Originally Posted by Sashimi
Yeah HT is still off. I have no accurate temp reading where the computer is but midday today reached 27c. I live in a 1 storey house so without windows open the room temp could well reach 30c. Not the best condition for this test I'm afraid. My new vcore reached 1.480 but mostly around 1.472, which seems to be far higher than necessary. I got home today and took down the pll hopefully that'll take some temp off. I'm also doing a mini cycle right now. (half a minute per iteration with vcore 1.456. If all checks out I will do a full run. Looks green so far with temps maxed out at 84c.
The weather for tomorrow maxes at 23c due to the rain plus I'll be at home to monitor everything so that should work out ok.
My last 5ghz submission probably didn't even have the best voltage optimisation. Just can't afford to slack off for 5.1 anymore and everything has to be more precise.
By the way how's the D14 working for you? What voltage and temps are you getting?
Unfortunately ambient temp goes hand by hand with the rest of the temps (ok, unless we are talking about phase change, DICE, LN2 etc) ...
This is my latest submission http://www.overclock.net/t/968053/official-the-sandy-stable-club-guides-voltages-temps-bios-templates-inc-spreadsheet/7380_30#post_16500750
. Temps might look good but keep in mind that the maximum ambient temp
during the 12h Prime95 marathon at that time was only 16.5C
(and there are three NP14 fans installed on the D14). 77C was my max peak temp, so we can say that the delta is more or less 60.5C for 1.456V Vcore average...
Honestly i don't think i can achieve better temps with the D14 unless i install 2-3 extremely powerful fans (=loud=no way man!).
If i had 27C amb temp (and asuming everything is linear, which is not but what the heck) my max peak temp would be 87-88C, 83-84C with 23C ambient temp, but with HT ON