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Best non conductive tim is kryonaut.

Best conductive, conductonaut, both Thermal Grizzly.

So I've heard, I used MX4 cuz it's what I had on-hand, honestly though how much difference can it really make over MX4? 1-2c?
post #1362 of 10861
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Best non conductive tim is kryonaut.

Best conductive, conductonaut, both Thermal Grizzly.

So I've heard, I used MX4 cuz it's what I had on-hand, honestly though how much difference can it really make over MX4? 1-2c?

Yeah, you might get 2C difference.
    
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post #1363 of 10861
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Yeah, you might get 2C difference.

http://www.eteknix.com/thermal-grizzly-thermal-paste-vs-6-major-brands-review/3/

Can't say it's worth $20 redface.gif
post #1364 of 10861
2100 does seem to be hard to attain on ambient air.

I'm at 2075MHz @ 1.09v sustained and this is on an X41 AIO, Shunt mod, liquid metal on the die, with Noctua NF-A14 fans in push pull. 1080 midplate fan at 60%

I run at 29-38C at 20-24C ambients.

I could imagine my card doing 2100 with lower load temps in the 17-25C range. In fact I'm "Valley" stable at 2100 right now so could claim it if I was dishonest. I test my OC's religiously with multiple benches, games, etc before I can claim to be remotely solid. I'm talking looping the bench for 15min-30min to get an idea and then some more to confirm stability. I do not allow crashes, driver recoveries, dips or even hiccups. For me it has to work 100% or it's a failed OC in my book. Besides unsustained boost clocks, I bet many let a lot of the above slide when stating clocks.

I'm stable through Valley at 2100 but in the Heaven benchmark both my 2088 and 2100 bins crash or fail.

This in the past, for me has usually signified that I will crash in regular use, in a game, sometime in the near future. In multiplayer, when it happens this SUCKS! So I cannot claim 2100 or even 2088 as stable. Not at 30C anyway. 5-10C Lower, I'm willing to bet I'd fly right on through.

I don't think for a minute that 2100 is a clock wall so much as a wall of diminishing returns, If somebody has a water chiller or wants to drop their AIO in an ice bucket, I encourage you on!!! I don't and this rig has to travel ever so often but I would love to see some sub ambient numbers from somebody.

I'm willing to call this more stable than the Hardware 3D card bouncing off the rev limiter but despite being close, just as with theirs, not a stable 2100 in my book. Would have loved to be at 2100 on a single din AIO with room temp ambients, but sadly it's unlikely to happen. At least not with my card.

On a side note, Heaven for me has more often than not been the Achilles heel. It's been my go to for OC'ing cards. If I can loop heaven, I know I'm more than likely good to go explore elsewhere. Valley seems to be the easiest of the big 4 to loop for me. Opinions and results may vary.












http://www.3dmark.com/fs/12007457



Edited by KraxKill - 3/15/17 at 4:18pm
post #1365 of 10861
I asked earlier but don't think I got a response:

Afterburner or Precision XOC?
post #1366 of 10861
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Originally Posted by KedarWolf View Post

Yeah, you might get 2C difference.

Using conductonaut the difference should be higher than 2 degrees.

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I asked earlier but don't think I got a response:

Afterburner or Precision XOC?

Afterburner
post #1367 of 10861
Any advice for fitting the EVGA hybrid cooler in my 330r? Wanted to put it at the rear exhaust but I won't have any clearance with the Cryorig, I'm thinking maybe of trying to top mount it or mount it in the front where the HDD cages are, unfortunately neither is a great alternative due to restricted airflow. mad.gif
post #1368 of 10861
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Using conductonaut the difference should be higher than 2 degrees.
Afterburner

Any reason for it over Precision?
post #1369 of 10861
Those using a 120mm radiator, can I ask you what type of fans you are using and what RPMs you're running them at?

I have a H55 with Noctua NF-F12 running at 1500 RPM which translates to 55 CFM.

I'm going to try and switch to the 2000 RPM version fans which will push around 78 CFM.

The reason being is that the air that blows out of the radiator is still very very hot. My temps are at 62C to 65C. I want to try and get them down below 59C. I'm hoping that a higher CFM rate will make the air coming out a bit cooler, I will test this when I get the fans.

I know that a larger radiator would net much better results and even a more quiet system but I don't have room for a 140mm radiator right now.



Depending on certain radiator size and mesh density, I know you hit a point where more CFM will have degrading results. Where that point is, well we have to test for it.
Edited by SlimJ87D - 3/15/17 at 3:19pm
post #1370 of 10861
About what offset are you guys starting off with to OC, those on air and about what appears to be the limit?

I stated with +85 GPU / +56 MEM and working up from there...
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