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post #8211 of 40901 (permalink) Old 04-10-2017, 08:57 AM
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That does seems rather close, now if I had better cooling 3.95ghz would be great. Once more AM4 AIO are more readily available I may take the plunge.

Corsair H110i is good to go right out of the box. It uses the clips on the side of the socket rather than a plate, so is fully compatible. My 1800X seems to max out at around 46.5 degrees C when running at 3.85GHz(100*38.5). As a result, I will bump it to 3.95GHz tonight and see where the temperatures end up. The ONLY reason I have been sticking with 3.85GHz is to keep the fan noise down, because it got a bit loud the last time I went to 4GHz, which was on 0902.
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With 0081 unfortunately my CPU fan speed is always extremely low when booting. It's actually a water pump on that header. When I unplug it and plug it back in the same header, it works fine though (without changing any settings in AI Suite or BIOS). Somehow the fan speed setting from AI Suite doesn't load properly.

On another note, I'm just testing this memory setting, will report back if it's stable or not. B-Dies.

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I could get 2933 stable with 0083, ProcODT 80ohm, 18-16-16-16-38 timing on those sticks (2x16 right?)
They perform a bit worst than 2666 ProcODT 80ohm 14-14-14-14-24 however, thus I'm still using 2666.

I wish it was. I set the ProcODT to 80, and it WORKED, games played fine and such, but stability wasn't good. I don't use pstate, and am keeping the high performance profile for now. It may just be that this RAM isn't the best of the batch as well. I'll give it another try tonight, but if not, things ARE stable where they are, and I can wait a few months for those RAM improvements to come out from AMD.
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With 0081 unfortunately my CPU fan speed is always extremely low when booting. It's actually a water pump on that header. When I unplug it and plug it back in the same header, it works fine though (without changing any settings in AI Suite or BIOS). Somehow the fan speed setting from AI Suite doesn't load properly.

On another note, I'm just testing this memory setting, will report back if it's stable or not. B-Dies.


I am using an AIO cooler, plugged into the AIO connector, works fine. If you have a REAL liquid setup, have you tried the watercooling "zone" on the motherboard, instead of the CPU fan header?
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Unfortunately the cable is too short biggrin.gif
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Unfortunately the cable is too short biggrin.gif

Also keep in mind that the CPU header is only rated for 12w while the AIO header is rated for 36w so it's probably a good idea to get an extension so you dont inadvertently exceed the headers spec (I have no clue what your pump is rated at, just an FYI).

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9 hours id say thats a pass.
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Also keep in mind that the CPU header is only rated for 12w while the AIO header is rated for 36w so it's probably a good idea to get an extension so you dont inadvertently exceed the headers spec (I have no clue what your pump is rated at, just an FYI).
Good point, didn't even know that. It's rated for 1.8A 12V. Are we talking about the AIO header directly beside the CPU FAN and CPU OPT header? That I can reach. However, when I set the AIO Fan speed to 100% in AI Suite, the pump barely turns. This way, my system would definitely overheat. I thought you were talking about the W_Flow or W_Pump header ealier.
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Do you have a take on the BCLK fluctuations @elmor? When I get 107.3 instead of 104.8 that means ~4 GHz instead of ~3.9 and that's like a guaranteed code 8 wink.gif
Maybe 100 MHz uses the internal clock, while all other values use the dedicated extra clock chip?

Btw, are ProcODT and Fail_CNT supposed to reset after each reboot?
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