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post #251 of 278 (permalink) Old 05-14-2019, 11:09 AM
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9900k @ 5GHz Noctua NH-D15 cant handle it...

why are you throttling at ~80c?

My H115i has roughly the same cooling capacity of your cooler and I can run Cinebench at 1.46v without throttling (barely).

that was a bad CB run with a BIOS that wouldn't let my RAM POST above ~2800, don't judge me

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Impressive ...what kind of cooling setup ?
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9900k @ 5GHz Noctua NH-D15 cant handle it...
EDIT: I see the throttling. 9900K's aren't supposed to thermal throttle until 100c. Look in your system bios and see if there's a setting for the thermal throttle temperature. It's probably set to 80c or something.
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why are you throttling at ~80c?

My H115i has roughly the same cooling capacity of your cooler and I can run Cinebench at 1.46v without throttling (barely).

that was a bad CB run with a BIOS that wouldn't let my RAM POST above ~2800, don't judge me
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EDIT: I see the throttling. 9900K's aren't supposed to thermal throttle until 100c. Look in your system bios and see if there's a setting for the thermal throttle temperature. It's probably set to 80c or something.
I just finished putting together the rig today and did a quick test to see how this new generation cpu OC's. I came from an old i7 980x and Asus MoBo, Gigabytes BIOS is WAY different than what I'm used to LOL! Gotta familiarize myself.

Thats good to hear that the 9900k throttles at 100C and not 80C I was so disappointed when I saw that.

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Impressive ...what kind of cooling setup ?
Thank you. For normal everyday use I have dual XPSC 360MM radiators with dual Photon pumps. For this type of intense CPU workload at high overclocks that is not enough, and I unplug the quick-disconnect fittings to re-route the water to bypass the radiators and run directly off my Hailea HC-500A water chiller. Also, the CPU is running bare die with a Der8auer die frame.
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Thank you. For normal everyday use I have dual XPSC 360MM radiators with dual Photon pumps. For this type of intense CPU workload at high overclocks that is not enough, and I unplug the quick-disconnect fittings to re-route the water to bypass the radiators and run directly off my Hailea HC-500A water chiller. Also, the CPU is running bare die with a Der8auer die frame.

Nice setup ! And one I can appreciate to some 'degree' (pun intended)...per sig rig link, I run an AMD TR 2950X 16c/32t w/ dual XSPC RX 360/60 rads and dual MPC655 pumps - and Koolance QDs.... I have been eyeing a chiller, but haven't pulled the trigger @ Amazon yet... Your experience w/ the Hailea HC-500A is good I take it (re. longer term, as performance per your sub is obvious) ?
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Nice setup ! And one I can appreciate to some 'degree' (pun intended)...per sig rig link, I run an AMD TR 2950X 16c/32t w/ dual XSPC RX 360/60 rads and dual MPC655 pumps - and Koolance QDs.... I have been eyeing a chiller, but haven't pulled the trigger @ Amazon yet... Your experience w/ the Hailea HC-500A is good I take it (re. longer term, as performance per your sub is obvious) ?
Thank you. Yes, the Hailea HC-500A does a truly fantastic job. I consider it one of the best "investments" (not really an investment, but you know what I mean) in my overclocking hobby. A chiller would do an excellent job of taming your 2950X whenever you get the itch for an overclocked benching rampage.

If you get one, be sure to get one large enough to keep things cold, and use quick-disconnect fittings to bypass the radiators whenever you want to get really crazy with the cold. The radiators work fine in conjunction with the chiller for moderate chilling, and will get thing much cooler than without the chiller. However, the radiators also act as a water warmer by trying to level things out with ambient temperatures. Things like 3DMark benches are plenty cold enough with the radiators in the loop. For things like Cinebench and wPrime, you will want to bypass them to reach your max stable overclock.

Here are a couple of videos I made just for fun... specs have since changed a little, (see signature,) and I have worked my way up to 5.3GHz, but it shows how I set things up.


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Thank you. Yes, the Hailea HC-500A does a truly fantastic job. I consider it one of the best "investments" (not really an investment, but you know what I mean) in my overclocking hobby. A chiller would do an excellent job of taming your 2950X whenever you get the itch for an overclocked benching rampage.

If you get one, be sure to get one large enough to keep things cold, and use quick-disconnect fittings to bypass the radiators whenever you want to get really crazy with the cold. The radiators work fine in conjunction with the chiller for moderate chilling, and will get thing much cooler than without the chiller. However, the radiators also act as a water warmer by trying to level things out with ambient temperatures. Things like 3DMark benches are plenty cold enough with the radiators in the loop. For things like Cinebench and wPrime, you will want to bypass them to reach your max stable overclock.

Here are a couple of videos I made just for fun... specs have since changed a little, (see signature,) and I have worked my way up to 5.3GHz, but it shows how I set things up.

Thanks for the Hailea info and the vids / I really like that 3DM Vantage CPU test part with the Biplanes - used to drive me crazy (hanging at the very last moment and wrecking the whole bench etc)
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