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Alright. I've gone and benchmarked stock speeds and the same overclock I had before. It's better but I'll need your opinions on it. I used 3 different monitor programs and they all showed different on the benchmarks. I used Asus AI Suite 3, NZXT Cam and HWMonitor. Any suggestions to what programs I should use to monitor would be nice.

The first test at 4.6ghz 1.35 voltage was odd since I got 3 different temps from 3 different programs (all running at the same time).

Asus AI Suite: 67 degrees
NZXT Cam: 75 degrees
HWMonitor: 80 degrees

The second test at 4ghz 1.28 voltage ended up being:

Asus AI Suite: 58 degrees
NZXT Cam: Crashed during but last number was 65 degrees I think
HWMonitor: 70 degrees

So the numbers are a bit odd and clearly one of the programs is lying to me. Not sure which one to believe. I have an Asus Z170 Deluxe motherboard, if that makes much of a difference.

Thanks! biggrin.gif
post #16942 of 20963
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Originally Posted by AllGamer View Post

Is there some sort of temperature probe that can connect directly to a motherboard or USB to report temperature?

all the ones I've found on many watercooling sites are only to connect to those 5.25 bay displays, or standalone temp displays.

I prefer to be able to monitor these things from the OS / BIOS via software.

So long as you're running an Enthusiast board there should be 2 pin connections on it. My SigRig has 3 channels and I can view them through PC Probe II. My Dell has none. So I will be modding the top flip door to accept a couple displays since I will be pulling the Drive cage out and replacing it with a 140. thumb.gif

Your RoG board has the 2pin connections btw, so any 2pin probe will work. From Ring Probes to Ribbon Probes. Should have zero issues getting them to work with your board. cheers.gif

~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif
Edited by Ceadderman - 8/11/16 at 1:41pm
 
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Originally Posted by Kviisten View Post

Alright. I've gone and benchmarked stock speeds and the same overclock I had before. It's better but I'll need your opinions on it. I used 3 different monitor programs and they all showed different on the benchmarks. I used Asus AI Suite 3, NZXT Cam and HWMonitor. Any suggestions to what programs I should use to monitor would be nice.

The first test at 4.6ghz 1.35 voltage was odd since I got 3 different temps from 3 different programs (all running at the same time).

Asus AI Suite: 67 degrees
NZXT Cam: 75 degrees
HWMonitor: 80 degrees

The second test at 4ghz 1.28 voltage ended up being:

Asus AI Suite: 58 degrees
NZXT Cam: Crashed during but last number was 65 degrees I think
HWMonitor: 70 degrees

So the numbers are a bit odd and clearly one of the programs is lying to me. Not sure which one to believe. I have an Asus Z170 Deluxe motherboard, if that makes much of a difference.

Thanks! biggrin.gif

The Asus AI Suite is known to have inaccurate temp readings. I'd throw that one out.
post #16944 of 20963
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Originally Posted by Ceadderman View Post

So long as you're running an Enthusiast board there should be 2 pin connections on it. My SigRig has 3 channels and I can view them through PC Probe II. My Dell has none. So I will be modding the top flip door to accept a couple displays since I will be pulling the Drive cage out and replacing it with a 140. thumb.gif

Your RoG board has the 2pin connections btw, so any 2pin probe will work. From Ring Probes to Ribbon Probes. Should have zero issues getting them to work with your board. cheers.gif

~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif

LMAO biggrin.gif OMG! that's what it's for...

Thank you,

I just learned something new today, LOL biggrin.gif

It's jammed in between two fan connectors, so I never even noticed it, until you mentioned it.



Althought the watercooler build is not really for my existing rig.

I'm building a brand new machine using the GA-Z170X-Gaming G1

now let me dig through that new board to see if it has it build in.

It's definitely an enthusiast motherboard, since it has all the best feature I want + stock water channel for the VRMs


--- EDIT ---

ohh... this is sweet, I just noticed the stock VRM water block, also cools the south chipset too


Edited by AllGamer - 8/11/16 at 2:18pm
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post #16945 of 20963
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So long as you're running an Enthusiast board there should be 2 pin connections on it. My SigRig has 3 channels and I can view them through PC Probe II. My Dell has none. So I will be modding the top flip door to accept a couple displays since I will be pulling the Drive cage out and replacing it with a 140. thumb.gif

Your RoG board has the 2pin connections btw, so any 2pin probe will work. From Ring Probes to Ribbon Probes. Should have zero issues getting them to work with your board. cheers.gif

~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif

LMAO biggrin.gif OMG! that's what it's for...

Thank you,

I just learned something new today, LOL biggrin.gif

It's jammed in between two fan connectors, so I never even noticed it, until you mentioned it.



Althought the watercooler build is not really for my existing rig.

I'm building a brand new machine using the GA-Z170X-Gaming G1

now let me dig through that new board to see if it has it build in.

It's definitely an enthusiast motherboard, since it has all the best feature I want + stock water channel for the VRMs


--- EDIT ---

ohh... this is sweet, I just noticed the stock VRM water block, also cools the south chipset too


thumb.gif

~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif
 
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After a bit more testing that it seems the temps are still bad.. Well I don't know what to do anymore so any ideas again would be great.. sitting idle in the main menu of Dragon Age Inquisition had temps at about 70 - 75 and running benchmark again it got up to 93 degrees. This was with the 4.6ghz 1.35 voltage overclock. Something is really wrong and I can't for the life of me figure it out.

Here's the loop before I switched the CPU outlet and inlet so just ignore that




Edited by Kviisten - 8/11/16 at 2:59pm
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After a bit more testing that it seems the temps are still bad.. Well I don't know what to do anymore so any ideas again would be great.. sitting idle in the main menu of Dragon Age Inquisition had temps at about 70 - 75 and running benchmark again it got up to 93 degrees. This was with the 4.6ghz 1.35 voltage overclock. Something is really wrong and I can't for the life of me figure it out.
Here's the loop before I switched the CPU outlet and inlet so just ignore that

Could be the 1080 Classy breathing heat onto the tube. Also are the fans actually rotating? XD
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Could be the 1080 Classy breathing heat onto the tube. Also are the fans actually rotating? XD

I'm sure, the fans go up to 2400 rpm when the cpu hits 70 degrees and it sounds like an airplane in here, I'm about as sure as you can get.
post #16949 of 20963
Anybody know if EK charges your card right away for pre-orders or if they only charge when the item ships? I bought a Pascal TITAN X and i'm going to be getting a 2nd one; but i won't have enough money for both the 2nd card and the blocks for a week or two. So i'm trying to decide what to get first, the water blocks + terminal etc.. or the 2nd GPU.

I don't want to end up waiting for a long time due to stock running out on the blocks either though, so i'd like to order them now, just curious if it will charge my card right away or not, so i'll know roughly how much i'll have in my account till the 16th when they ship. Not sure when places like performance-pcs will be getting them and i'd like to get my TITAN XP off of the high 80's temps as soon as possible lol.
 
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What Can I say? After I got out the Navy, I kept it clean. Just cheaper to maintain. 1 time buy for a pair of Walh Clippers. Boom. Haven't paid for a haircut since 2010.

TCO

TCO, sorry off topic but how long where you in the Navy and what rate?
    
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