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Is there a newer version of CH4F board out?

I don't have BLUE and BLACK ram slots. I only have RED and BLACK

I am thinking of replace my A-DATA 1600 to something better.
Typo in the manual. I believe all motherboards (now anyways) only use RED / BLACK Dimm slots. If it says Blue, they meant Red.

I attached the QVLs in the post above, please pick your A-DATA memory off of that to ensure compatibilities.
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Typo in the manual. I believe all motherboards (now anyways) only use RED / BLACK Dimm slots. If it says Blue, they meant Red.

I attached the QVLs in the post above, please pick your A-DATA memory off of that to ensure compatibilities.
Uh, I see. I would be very upset because I just bought mine about a month ago

BTW, I used your quest to 4GHz log to help me OC'ed my 1090T
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Oh great! Yeah we might include some info like that now that we have control of the thread!

All your overclocks are belong to us!
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I have some question about temperature. Since its concern CH4F I guess I can post it here.

How is CH4F take the CPU temperature reading? For what I can understand is what you guys called "Socket Sensor" or something like that.

I have been fighting high CPU temp for about a month now. I bought 2 heatsink and H50, my temp were anywhere from 55C to 62C load and often times I had to abort the run.

Then I thought water cooled is the way to go. So I went out and bought a whole setup for custom loop. My temp still getting up to 55C.

I bought a new case (CM 690 II Advanced) hope to put more fans and hope it would help. No, it didn't help either.

Since my case have a spot to mount an 80mmx15mm fan, I went out and bought a fan and installed it




So just for the fun of it I did 2 more runs on LinX 20 passes max mem back to back.

Per HWMonitor:

With 80mm fan @ 3,000 RPMs
Core Temp was 36C
CPU Temp was 47C


With 80mm fan off
Core Temp was 36C
CPU Temp was 52C


Core Temp was never changed, solid @ 36C while 5C difference on CPU Temp between 80mm fan OFF and ON. With 80mm OFF socket sensor picked up 5C heat buildup somewhere on the back of my motherboard

I have been fighting the high temp for all this time

Have you guys try to blow some cool air at the back of the CPU back plate and see if it help lower your temp?



EDIT: I also noticed after the LinX was done temp drops back down to "idle" temp faster with 80mm fan ON vs OFF. When the fan OFF its drop back to "idle" temp but took a min or two longer.
Edited by Nawamin - 12/6/10 at 8:24am
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Yeah, IOS, has commented on this trick before and it does work.

The CPU socket temp is like it sounds, external to the CPU itself. If you want my advice, go by Core Temp + Offset + 3c. That is a good estimation of individual core temps. Also the BIOS/ASUS software seems higher by 5c then they really are (I believe ASUS has an offset added to them.)

For instance -> CoreTemp Reads 36c, CPU Socket is reach 50c, that gives it an offset of 14c, I would then add 14c to the 36c, then add +3c. You could just add 3c to Socket temp, but if you are cooling it down with a fan underload, you might not get an accurate reading, we all believe the CPU socket DTS is actually working, so if you are cooling down the socket its not giving you a good estimation of what the CPU temp is running at because the heat can be removed by the socket.

Once you have a good idea of a working offset (it changes greatly under load usually) then you can cool down the socket, and it should actually help maintain CPU temps.

You saw what temps I was hitting with the H50 @ 4.0 GHz.
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I have some question about temperature. Since its concern CH4F I guess I can post it here.

How is CH4F take the CPU temperature reading? For what I can understand is what you guys called "Socket Sensor" or something like that.

I have been fighting high CPU temp for about a month now. I bought 2 heatsink and H50, my temp were anywhere from 55C to 62C load and often times I had to abort the run.

Then I thought water cooled is the way to go. So I went out and bought a whole setup for custom loop. My temp still getting up to 55C.

I bought a new case (CM 690 II Advanced) hope to put more fans and hope it would help. No, it didn't help either.

Since my case have a spot to mount an 80mmx15mm fan, I went out and bought a fan and installed it




So just for the fun of it I did 2 more runs on LinX 20 passes max mem back to back.

Per HWMonitor:

With 80mm fan @ 3,000 RPMs
Core Temp was 36C
CPU Temp was 47C


With 80mm fan off
Core Temp was 36C
CPU Temp was 52C


Core Temp was never changed, solid @ 36C while 5C difference on CPU Temp between 80mm fan OFF and ON. With 80mm OFF socket sensor picked up 5C heat buildup somewhere on the back of my motherboard

I have been fighting the high temp for all this time

Have you guys try to blow some cool air at the back of the CPU back plate and see if it help lower your temp?



EDIT: I also noticed after the LinX was done temp drops back down to "idle" temp faster with 80mm fan ON vs OFF. When the fan OFF its drop back to "idle" temp but took a min or two longer.
Keep that fan ON and be happy.
Thats what I did too, since I noticed that the mobo(CPU area) heats up my socket.
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Thank you for the info. Right now I just go by CORE TEMP +10C. EK water block came with a big thick CPU back plate, I will borrow a thermal sensor from work and place it on the back plate and see what is the temperature of the plate under load.

The true is I don't really care much anymore. If it want to burn up let it burn up. It will give me a reason to buy an intel CPU too I wanted to try an intel CPU too.

I have already installed an i7 980X image on my wife desktop background. So, she is getting the hint of what I "NEED" for x-mas
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Keep that fan ON and be happy.
Thats what I did too, since I noticed that the mobo(CPU area) heats up my socket.

Oh, it is nice to know that Pros are using the fan too

Because I was about to take the computer out to the back yard and starts to unload .41 Magnum rounds in to it.
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Oh, it is nice to know that Pros are using the fan too

Because I was about to take the computer out to the back yard and starts to unload .41 Magnum rounds in to it.
Have no choice. Even if I'm Pros(not consider myself) i still had to fight that high temp and find a way to lower it. That happened at a time(when installed my Aquarium Chiller), when my core temps were 20C+(25C if I remember correctly) lower than socket temp and figured that something is not OK.
So, in my opinion, socket temp has nothing to do with the "real" socket temp(CPU temp)
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http://www1.hardwareversand.de/artic...id=33972&lid=2

or

http://www2.hardwareversand.de/artic...id=28318&lid=2

?????

The RedLines look much better, but I am not sure if they're on the QVL list of Crosshair IV Formula.

Can someone help me decide?

Or any other with good timings (CL7 preferably) with low profile so i can fit it on my Noctua NH-D14? And are under 95€ on Hardwareversand.de?


Redlines? ocz? or others?


EDIT!

Also found these:

http://www1.hardwareversand.de/artic...8090&agid=1193

THey seem to be on the QVL list, and they have nice timings and voltage.

Which ones would u buy from that website? plz any suggestions?
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