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post #21 of 22 (permalink) Old 02-19-2019, 12:12 AM - Thread Starter
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Quote: Originally Posted by jordan1794 View Post
I'm not the user you responded to, but I'd like to chime in - the thermal response of these chips are also absolutely bonkers in difference from chip to chip.


I'm running an AIO water cooler, and when I do 4.9 @ 1.325v I'll hit 82 C on my hottest core. I (think) I've attached a photo of my results of the lowest stable frequency/voltage combinations.
The interesting thing to note is that my girlfriend's rig has the same CPU, cooler, case, everything (except GPU) - but her 4790k starts hitting 80+ C when she runs 4.6 @ 1.225.


Both of our chips are stock - no delidding. Makes me wonder what my chip could do delidded...I'm pretty sure my instability above 4.9 is due to temeprature. Chip may eek out a 5.0 on all 8 threads, or 5.1 with HT off.
Alas, I'm not brave enough to delid...yet. Just got a promotion at work though so my bravery may increase when I have more money lol.
Yeah, man! The voltage is all over the place from chip to chip. I saw people hitting 4.9 on 1.3 volts...so yeah...it's weird

I am scalping mine this week, here is some info if you would like some info and parts I bought myself after doing extensive research from Youtube to forums here and there

https://www.overclock.net/forum/5-in...ive-paste.html
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Went back to 1.26 volts on air, and it's stable after running in Aida64 with Geminii S524 cooler (thermally and stability wise)

Looking forward to delidding, it will give a nice temp drop. I am not even sure I will go back to water now. Because temps look phenomenal for my set up

Never thought I will be debating between air and water again. I have H115i Pro coming in mail from Corsair, but now I don't know if I need it.

Going to check the sound of that pump, and see if it's silent, with no buzzing like H105/H100i

I can make this computer completely silent now, as I have fan controllers on the back of the case to reduce sound completely. I can hear my refrigerator more in the kitchen from my room, than PC in my room.
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