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Will update when I feel ballsy enough to cut up my Nidec fans. This should be fun. They have the most ridiculous pressure, hopefully the Phanteks sink doesn't do poorly with low CFM/high pressure fans biggrin.gif
EDIT: With PWM on my board, the Nidec fans start at about 1600 RPM and full speed is ~4600 for one, and ~4400 for the other >.< Need to re-oil the bearings as well.
Another Edit: On second thought. AP30 in the center and a UK3K for the push? Hah.
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On a side note; taking a trip to FrozenCPU next Friday to pick a few things up for testing. (And a few more 140mm BitFenix fans for my case, replacing as many 120s as I can tongue.gif)

And some UK3Ks if they have em, lmao.
    
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On a side note; taking a trip to FrozenCPU next Friday to pick a few things up for testing. (And a few more 140mm BitFenix fans for my case, replacing as many 120s as I can tongue.gif)
And some UK3Ks if they have em, lmao.
Best be careful or you will blow the fins right off of the heat pipes. biggrin.gif
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As long as it doesn't involve popping a VRM it's cool with me biggrin.gif... This board, it overclocks so good. Even less vCore than my Gigabyte board, and this cooler is silly lol. 49C in the 8K pass of Prime95, at 4.05Ghz CPU / 3.0Ghz NB.
    
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Got my new build up and running and just wanted to see if Im at a good starting point.

Stock voltages, freqs, etc. Running at 100% load (Prime95), Im seeing about 45C on all 4 cores (as read by Real Temp). Ambient is about 25C. Idle on all 4 cores is between 26 and 32 (the 4 cores vary that much under idle....but are within 2-3 degrees when fully loaded)

Does that sound about right? I have an ASRock Z77 Extreme4 board, but have the cpu fans set at their lowest (Level 1) with the Target Temp set to 45. Im guessing the board didnt read 45 long enough since maybe one of the cores was under 45 still....I didnt see or hear the CPU fans ramp up to 100%.

I just want to validate a good install on the heatsink before I start mucking with voltages and freqs.

Thanks.

-Chris
Edited by chrisexv6 - 9/22/12 at 6:32am
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Your temps are too low. rolleyes.gif

No idea what you did wrong but I think overclocking might help. biggrin.gif
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I am jealous. I idle 43 with these ridiculous ambient temps here >_>! Go OC!
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Got my new build up and running and just wanted to see if Im at a good starting point.
Stock voltages, freqs, etc. Running at 100% load (Prime95), Im seeing about 45C on all 4 cores (as read by Real Temp). Ambient is about 25C. Idle on all 4 cores is between 26 and 32 (the 4 cores vary that much under idle....but are within 2-3 degrees when fully loaded)
Does that sound about right? I have an ASRock Z77 Extreme4 board, but have the cpu fans set at their lowest (Level 1) with the Target Temp set to 45. Im guessing the board didnt read 45 long enough since maybe one of the cores was under 45 still....I didnt see or hear the CPU fans ramp up to 100%.
I just want to validate a good install on the heatsink before I start mucking with voltages and freqs.
Thanks.
-Chris

Use the links in my sig to fill out your system specs. It helps other better answer any questions you have. Your stock load temps look good to me. If you're worried about OC temps just take it slow. thumb.gif If you post a pic of the SA in your rig with your system specs in sig I will add you to the club. wink.gif
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I am jealous. I idle 43 with these ridiculous ambient temps here >_>! Go OC!

I've been idling ~35 the last couple months. mad.gif Go away summer!
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No pics yet but I did add my rig specs to my sig.

Using the IB/ASRock overclocking guide, I have it running at 4.6GHz on the "easy" overclock (10 minutes of Prime95). Stock voltages, temps get up to low 60s or so with my 25-27 ambient. I only have 1 intake and 1 exhaust fan going. I have a 2nd intake installed but didnt want to overload the mobo fan headers so it only runs at full voltage and its really loud. Disconnected it for now while I await the parts to build my own PWM controller.

One core seems to stick out amongst the rest: its always 3-4 degrees higher *under load* but at idle its the COOLEST core. Really weird.

Going to run a longer Prim95 test on it when I get a chance. I haven't gone any further in the OC guide other than playing with the multiplier. Not sure I really need more than 4.6GHz but might as well see what she can do, right?
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No pics yet but I did add my rig specs to my sig.
Using the IB/ASRock overclocking guide, I have it running at 4.6GHz on the "easy" overclock (10 minutes of Prime95). Stock voltages, temps get up to low 60s or so with my 25-27 ambient. I only have 1 intake and 1 exhaust fan going. I have a 2nd intake installed but didnt want to overload the mobo fan headers so it only runs at full voltage and its really loud. Disconnected it for now while I await the parts to build my own PWM controller.
One core seems to stick out amongst the rest: its always 3-4 degrees higher *under load* but at idle its the COOLEST core. Really weird.
Going to run a longer Prim95 test on it when I get a chance. I haven't gone any further in the OC guide other than playing with the multiplier. Not sure I really need more than 4.6GHz but might as well see what she can do, right?
Nice overclock.

I use Gelid PWM splitter. Splitter connects up to 4 fans to mobo PWM signal(7 if you use two) and is powered by PSU with molex connecter. Mobo processes RPM signal from master fan (CPU fan) and gives out PWM signal to splitters' fan sockets.
Quick and simple.biggrin.gif

Don't worry about the load vs idle core temp variance
Edited by doyll - 9/23/12 at 12:48am
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