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other suggestions need 4 suggestions and ill pick wich has many votes

You're going to get the same answers with the options you gave:

1090T because it has been proven again and again to be better at overclocking
ASUS over ASrock because they're both are from the same company but the ASUS branded boards have better reliability.
1600 RAM because of more room to work with when overclocking.
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TY to all your answers ASUS 1090t wins
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I'd expect about 4.2 under water but every chip hits a limit sometime and says "no more" before temps are even an issue.
you might not even get that.
A 1090T/1100T have a better chance of higher OC's.

Agreed. Maybe some had a problem issue with temp, 4.2 will save temp for daily with water. thumb.gif
 
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Hey guys, new here and pretty new to modding computers. Anyways I bought my setup from ibuypower over a year ago. It's a azza spartan case with gigabyte 870 mb, 1055t CPU, and asus 6850 gpu. I haven't had any problems out of it but after looking at this thread I ran a torture test in prime to check my temps. The computer came with their free liquid cooling upgrade so I figured my temps would be pretty good. After a few hours under full load my core temps got around 53 and CPU temp got pretty close to about 58. This was all on stock settings. Idle temps stay around 25.

I sure would have thought my temps would have been lower since I see so many ppl over clocking on air cooling with better temps. My fans are running stron and I can feel the heat in the radiator. Maybe they didn't do a good job applying the tp on the CPU before the cooler? Those temps were logged with core temp and hwmonitor.

Any thoughts?
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3.6GHz 24/7
4.0GHz when I really really need it, (Video editing, converting video files etc....)
4.1GHz for Chimp!! thumb.gif
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Hey guys, new here and pretty new to modding computers. Anyways I bought my setup from ibuypower over a year ago. It's a azza spartan case with gigabyte 870 mb, 1055t CPU, and asus 6850 gpu. I haven't had any problems out of it but after looking at this thread I ran a torture test in prime to check my temps. The computer came with their free liquid cooling upgrade so I figured my temps would be pretty good. After a few hours under full load my core temps got around 53 and CPU temp got pretty close to about 58. This was all on stock settings. Idle temps stay around 25.
I sure would have thought my temps would have been lower since I see so many ppl over clocking on air cooling with better temps. My fans are running stron and I can feel the heat in the radiator. Maybe they didn't do a good job applying the tp on the CPU before the cooler? Those temps were logged with core temp and hwmonitor.
Any thoughts?
Thanks

You said you bought it over a year ago. When's the last time you opened it up and cleaned it out inside? (including taking fans off radiators to see if dust is in the fins.)
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Opened it up just yesterday to check on everything. It's all clean. It actually only gets turned on maybe an average of twice a month as I only use it for gaming.
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The liquid cooling system that came with it, is the generic IBP cooler i believe. Ive been looking at adding more fans to the case and putting a better fan on the radiator. Right now, the radiator has 2 fans, but i dont know how good the fans are or are not since they are just the fans that came with the case and the cooling setup.

Also I only have 2 other fans on the case, one on the side and one on the front. Ive been thinking about ordering a 97cfm Thermaltake case fan for the side or top exhaust, and was also considering ordering a Scythe Ultra Kaze 133cfm fan for the radiator. Im wondering if adding these fans will make any kind of difference in temps or whether it is probably just a thermal paste problem. Ive never done any thermal pasting so I honestly dont know what route to go with it.
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Right now, the radiator has 2 fans, but i dont know how good the fans are or are not since they are just the fans that came with the case and the cooling setup.
Is it a 240 radiator where the fans are side-by-side or is it 1 fan in front, 1 in rear?
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Also I only have 2 other fans on the case, one on the side and one on the front. Ive been thinking about ordering a 97cfm Thermaltake case fan for the side or top exhaust, and was also considering ordering a Scythe Ultra Kaze 133cfm fan for the radiator. Im wondering if adding these fans will make any kind of difference in temps
What fans are in the case? Do they have a sticker?
I use Thermaltakes right now and they're great fans for as quiet as they are. Ultra Kazes are ok but a lot of folks say they're noisey I think? I could be mistaken for other fans.
The most popular fans to get right now are Yate Loons (cheap but best bang for bucks) or Gentle Typhoons (pricey but best performance/noise ratio).
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or whether it is probably just a thermal paste problem.
I suppose that could be a possibility if a cheap paste was used or something. Especially since you say you only turn it on somewhat rarely. You could get some and replace it just to see if it improves things. They're not expensive.
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Ive never done any thermal pasting so I honestly dont know what route to go with it.
Applying thermal paste is no big deal as long as you view pictures/videos before attempting to get an idea of how much to use. You don't want it too thick as to make poor thermal transfer between cpu and heatsink and you don't want it not be enough as to not cover entire cpu. But there are LOTS of guides that shows how much to put on.
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Is it a 240 radiator where the fans are side-by-side or is it 1 fan in front, 1 in rear?
What fans are in the case? Do they have a sticker?
I use Thermaltakes right now and they're great fans for as quiet as they are. Ultra Kazes are ok but a lot of folks say they're noisey I think? I could be mistaken for other fans.
The most popular fans to get right now are Yate Loons (cheap but best bang for bucks) or Gentle Typhoons (pricey but best performance/noise ratio).
I suppose that could be a possibility if a cheap paste was used or something. Especially since you say you only turn it on somewhat rarely. You could get some and replace it just to see if it improves things. They're not expensive.
Applying thermal paste is no big deal as long as you view pictures/videos before attempting to get an idea of how much to use. You don't want it too thick as to make poor thermal transfer between cpu and heatsink and you don't want it not be enough as to not cover entire cpu. But there are LOTS of guides that shows how much to put on.

its a 120 radiator with one in front and one in back. Also i believe that the cooler has a patch of TP so im not sure how easy that would have been to screw up (according to this review... http://www.frostytech.com/articleview.cfm?articleid=2321&page=2 ) according to that review, the cooler is a pretty good setup...

The fans are just what came with the azza case. I havent really looked into them too much, just see the azza sticker on them. I'll look at them closer later this week when i have time. I went ahead and ordered the thermaltake and ultra kaze fans as i was already ordering some 8gb ram from newegg. I will look into the yate loons also. I read on the ibp forum where a guy had the same cooling setup and changed out the fan for one with about 110cfm (stock around 80cfm) , and his temps dropped 10c. But he also used good tp on his install and not the patch of tp that came on it...

if the fans dont get me where i want to be, ill order some TP and try that.

Also i should add that i OC'd to about 3.5ghz and my cores stayed around 53-55c and what i believe was the CPU temp stayed about 60c after a couple hours of prime. I would really like to get to about 3.8ghz at least, but have had no luck getting the computer to boot past 3.5ghz. Oh well i guess i need to make sure and get the temps where they should be before proceeding anyways.

Thanks for the help.
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