Last edited by Cyanotical; 2011-08-06 at 05:23 PM.
i7-6700K | Z170 Class. K | 16GB DDR4-3200 | GTX-980ti | Samsung 950 Pro RAID0 | SuperNOVA 1Kw P2 | Lian Li PC-07S
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one guy is getting same temps as you would with a custom loop http://www.overclock.net/water-cooli...chmark-20.html
im still waiting for Microsofts to mail me back. its the 3th time it say`s my windows is fake after doing a clean install, but i can still update it and all. so now i have send them my cd-key, so they can see that it is not fake
Intel core i5 6600K: Gigabyte Z170-Gaming K3: Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1070 Windforce OC: CORSAIR RMx 750W:Cooler Master Hyper 212 Evo:
CORSAIR Vengeance LPX Red 16GB DDR4 3200MHz: Crucial M4 128Gb+256Gb: Creative Sound Blaster Z: Phanteks Enthoo Pro:
He's running 1.29V voltage and managed 4.5Ghz. He's got a good chip based on that alone. Not that i'm discrediting it, just i'm very wary of such claims.
Personally, i'm happy to have 4.8/4.9 at 1.46V and have it peak at 64C during Priming. Ambient is currently around 15-17C. I could probably drop those temps further if i switched out my 240mm rad with a 140mm in push-pull (as opposed to just pull on 2 fans), but there's honestly no real need for me. I still might do it anyway just for the sake of cleaning up the layout of the bottom of the case. I will be dropping in a different 200mm fan on the side panel with 160+CFM at the end of the month, which should give me a little more headroom and overall improve the temps of the chipset as well as chill the coolant in the tubing itself. Thinking of ditching the EK bridges and links and setting in some standard GPU-GPU connectors instead.
Push-pull is absolutely amazing performance over just push or just pull.
Just for fun, i dropped my multi down to x16 and voltage down to 1v. Managed to get 15C idle temps. Of course, that's not a realistic result, but just shows how far you can push temps.
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GTX 480 uses nearly 50w more than the GTX 570 while loaded. :P
I'm horrible with wire management.
I know the CPU voltage is high (for the most part) for "only" 4.1Ghz OC
Only hook up to the TV when I'm editing videos or viewing things on the internet. I got the ASUS 22" on the table for games.
Newegg link to the monitor on the table I use when I'm playing.
Corsair H50 CPU cooler. (LOVE THIS THING) I don't think I've have ever been over 50c with it.
With lights out.
Last edited by Noxplod; 2011-08-07 at 07:59 PM.
What kind of case is that Noxplod?