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Update.

G3258 @4.85Ghz

Superpi 07,800s
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Update.

G3258 @4.85Ghz

Superpi 07,800s

post #5433 of 5819
I have a problem with Asus' crappy Thermal Monitor frown.gif

wn9Smhl.jpg


It doesn't read CPU temperatures right, causing my fans to not work hard enough... Now if it was just a misreading that I could bypass (in example if it shows -30 degrees at all times) it would be ok, but no... Idling temps are 35-40 degrees in HWMonitor and 38-42 degrees in Thermal Monitor. Under load HWMonitor shows temperatures going near 70 easily, while TM goes 46-50. I just can't create a normal fan curve because of this...

So my question - what program should I use to create fan curve profiles instead of Asus' AI Suite? I will uninstall that one since it's not working properly...

I looked in BIOS, but I think I can create a fan curve of only 2 points there, min temp with min fan speed and max temp with max fan speed. I think it will be still better than Asus' TM, but I'd prefer a 3 point curve since I do want increasing in lower range of temps and aggressive increase when reaching 60 and up.

Or should I go for a fan controller instead of software for the control? What would you recommend?

MB is Sabertooth Z77, cooler is Hyper 212 Evo running Push/Pull. tongue.gif
Edited by fewtcher - 6/18/15 at 7:27am
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Originally Posted by fewtcher View Post

I have a problem with Asus' crappy Thermal Monitor frown.gif

wn9Smhl.jpg


It doesn't read CPU temperatures right, causing my fans to not work hard enough... Now if it was just a misreading that I could bypass (in example if it shows -30 degrees at all times) it would be ok, but no... Idling temps are 35-40 degrees in HWMonitor and 38-42 degrees in Thermal Monitor. Under load HWMonitor shows temperatures going near 70 easily, while TM goes 46-50. I just can't create a normal fan curve because of this...

So my question - what program should I use to create fan curve profiles instead of Asus' AI Suite? I will uninstall that one since it's not working properly...

I looked in BIOS, but I think I can create a fan curve of only 2 points there, min temp with min fan speed and max temp with max fan speed. I think it will be still better than Asus' TM, but I'd prefer a 3 point curve since I do want increasing in lower range of temps and aggressive increase when reaching 60 and up.

Or should I go for a fan controller instead of software for the control? What would you recommend?

MB is Sabertooth Z77, cooler is Hyper 212 Evo running Push/Pull. tongue.gif

I used to use Speedfan back in the day. That has been updated and should work with your system. I'm pretty damn sure you can create multi point curves with that. smile.gif
post #5435 of 5819
in the summer its 80-95F in my lab, in the winter its 35-55F, i run my rig as a test bench. so time of year dramatically affects my ability to oc. so see you guys around october!
    
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post #5436 of 5819
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I have a problem with Asus' crappy Thermal Monitor frown.gif

wn9Smhl.jpg


It doesn't read CPU temperatures right, causing my fans to not work hard enough... Now if it was just a misreading that I could bypass (in example if it shows -30 degrees at all times) it would be ok, but no... Idling temps are 35-40 degrees in HWMonitor and 38-42 degrees in Thermal Monitor. Under load HWMonitor shows temperatures going near 70 easily, while TM goes 46-50. I just can't create a normal fan curve because of this...

So my question - what program should I use to create fan curve profiles instead of Asus' AI Suite? I will uninstall that one since it's not working properly...

I looked in BIOS, but I think I can create a fan curve of only 2 points there, min temp with min fan speed and max temp with max fan speed. I think it will be still better than Asus' TM, but I'd prefer a 3 point curve since I do want increasing in lower range of temps and aggressive increase when reaching 60 and up.

Or should I go for a fan controller instead of software for the control? What would you recommend?

MB is Sabertooth Z77, cooler is Hyper 212 Evo running Push/Pull. tongue.gif

just go into your bios, go under the health and hardware section if am bios, if other look for something similar, enable custom fan thing, then do somthing like 0c fan speed 0% 40c fan speed 100%, and set that across all fan ports that your cpu fans run on. and since every asus i have ever had has had a am BIOS i took some pics to.

http://i.imgur.com/uYD3Shr.jpg


http://i.imgur.com/ep4GxEZ.jpg


http://i.imgur.com/IlCn9wR.jpg


i sadly never got to use theses options except for testing gpu fans on my MB, coolermaster gave me 3pin fans and my motherboard only lets me speed control 3pin fans on cpu 0, cpu 1 has to be pmw... and turns out pmw fans cost alot for slow speeds. i wish my dell xps fans were thinner because they are right size and go up to 6100rpm (cooler master stock fans 1800rpm)and are pmw... but those thick ass fans would hit my tall ass ram.

heres a pic of my pain.
    
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post #5437 of 5819
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I used to use Speedfan back in the day. That has been updated and should work with your system. I'm pretty damn sure you can create multi point curves with that. smile.gif

Looking into that, a bit of pain to configure it seems, but I think I can make do with it, thanks!
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just go into your bios, go under the health and hardware section if am bios, if other look for something similar, enable custom fan thing, then do somthing like 0c fan speed 0% 40c fan speed 100%, and set that across all fan ports that your cpu fans run on.

Yeah, as I said I can create fan curve in the BIOS but I need more than just 2 points for a fan curve frown.gif
post #5438 of 5819
Okay! Managed to configure SpeedFan to my liking! No more buggy Asus software biggrin.gif Thanks, @ObscureParadox
post #5439 of 5819
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Okay! Managed to configure SpeedFan to my liking! No more buggy Asus software biggrin.gif Thanks, @ObscureParadox

No worries, I know the software is old but it works. Glad it worked for you smile.gif
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Here is my 1+ GHz OC. (CPU) = Intel Core i7-870 (4 Cores/8 Threads) Socket 1156 CPU - (MOBO) = MSI P55-GD65 w/ USB 3.0 - (RAM) = 16GB Corsair Vengeance 1600MHz CL 8-9-9-24- 1T @ 802 MHz In CPU-Z - (GPUs) = ASUS Geforce GTX 660 OC 2GB/192 Bit Main Card & GIGABYTE Geforce GTX 650 Ti 2GB/128 Bit as Dedicated PHYSX CARD - (SSD-SATA II) Crucial V4 256GB SSD & (x2) WD Caviar BLACK 2TB (64bit-SATA III) HARD DRIVES in RAID 1 (Redundancy - Data Protection) - (PSU) = OCZ 850W 80+ GOLD Fully Modular PSU - (PC Case) = Modified Rosewill Blackhawk ATX Full Tower w/ Mod Side Window+120mm Fan and cutout for my Corsair Hydro H100i 240mm AIO CPU Cooler. But ive been testing Air Coolers because ive upgraded my new PC Build this week and needed the H100i. Surprisingly I only lost about 8-10 C' (Which is quit a bit to me) now using the Cooler Master HYPER 212 EVO In "PUSH-PULL" Configuration and Plenty Cooling (x3 120mm Intakes) / (x1 Bottom Mounted Intake) / (1x 120mm Rear Exhaust) / (2x 140mm TOP Exhaust Fans) / (x1 ANTEC 80mm SPOT COOL Fan Blowing Cool air right onto the GPUs to maximize the thermals in the case as much as AIR possibly can) --- I hope that's enough details.

STOCK Clock is: 2.93 - OC (Air) Seen here on my CPU-Z Validation is at 4.22 GHz - 1.42Vcore - 24/7 GAMING Rig FULLY STABLE - IDLE TEMP @ 40-45 & LOAD around 73-80 MAX. Im new to OVERCLOCK.NET with only a few weeks old account of which i didn't start using up until the last 3 days or so and im really trying to learn all I can and contribute to any forum subscription/club that I can and I hope based on your guidelines and that .gif file showing what needs to be included in the Validation is all here. Please let me know if there is anything else I need to do. Thank you and look forward to being in the CLUB! Yours Truly, Jason Cunningham (OCN name "jkuddyh801")

Here is my validation link: http://valid.canardpc.com/cyk778

The associated ID is : cyk778[/B]


****UPDATED**** (7.8.15)

Hey Im back (Jason_OCN: jkuddyh801) Here is my NEW REVISED OC Increase Ive Achieved. Like before here is all requested Validation Info for my Intel Core i7-870 (Stock @ 2.93) - OC to 4.321GHz This is FULLY STABLE w/out H20 Cooling as before with only a Hyper 212 EVO keeping it balanced beyond what I thought it was capable of doing! Anyways, Its now my 24/7 Use OC-STABLE-GOOD TEMPS BOTH IDLE & LOAD! --- Ill keep cracking away at it until i really feel its to its max oc or the "sweet spot", until then thank you, you rock!

Jason Cunningham (OCN Name: jkuddyh801)

CPU-Z Validation Link: http://valid.x86.fr/p682b2

The associated ID: 3724161 [p682b2]


**UPDATE - 7.15.15 REVISION**

Sorry, but im still squeezing more and more out of this and reached 4.5 but wasnt stable in prime95. Ill keep going at it trying different multiplier/fsb combo's and voltages. Anyways, its not much but stable squeezing some more out of the chip seen here. Thank you!

CPU-Z Validation Link: http://valid.x86.fr/avyuvd

Associated ID: 3726897 [avyuvd] - Intel Core i7 870 @ 4273 MHz

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Edited by jkuddyh801 - 7/17/15 at 10:07pm
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