Overclocking Z390

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  1. ThrashZone's Avatar
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       #21

    Hi,
    Just running d-water can get growth not as quick as you've had it but with lighting never know should only be sun light is bad but rgb :/

    Plenty of premix fluids I'd stay away from EK crynocrap stuff
    Last I read there's a thread on ocn that one fellow uses is a Koolance fluid
    Not badly priced buying from Koolance website places like amazon the price doubles
    Koolance 702 Liquid Coolant, High-Performance
    Here's the clear stuff
    Koolance 702 Liquid Coolant, High-Performance, Colorless, 700ml (24 fl oz)
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  2. N00berG00ber's Avatar
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       #22

    Hmm. There was back lot of sedimant build up when I replaced pumps, im Wondering if it all collected in the blocks. I'm gonna pull it all apart and clean it all. I guess I'll end up sticking to water for now.
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  3. ThrashZone's Avatar
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       #23

    Hi,
    Yeah I believe that build up comes from the ek soft hose
    Did you flush the radiators out well before installing ?

    Crynocrap really gets a build up
    First block that gets hit will be clogged most likely
    Shouldn't of had any issues using d-water though
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  4. N00berG00ber's Avatar
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       #24

    So I was using distilled water with clear cryofuel mix. Was supposed to stop growth and bacteria. Should I not use that cryo stuff at all?
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  5. AddRAM's Avatar
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       #25

    I don`t see any drain fitting anywhere, do you have one ?
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  6. N00berG00ber's Avatar
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       #26

    AddRAM said:
    I don`t see any drain fitting anywhere, do you have one ?
    Nope. Gotta take the pump out and tip it upside down.

    So should I use this cryofuel next time? Or just use plain distilled water?
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  7. N00berG00ber's Avatar
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       #27

    Also, is not being able to use a negative Value in turbo adaptive voltage not a thing? Positive values work fine for me, but if I switch it to negative, no matter what value I put in, it keeps the voltage at "auto" settings.
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  8. ThrashZone's Avatar
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       #28

    Hi,
    By it's description
    Additional turbo voltage it does not follow the negative settings for the offset
    +- is only for the offset not the turbo in other words

    Use ek cryocrap if you want too I've already said avoid it
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  9. N00berG00ber's Avatar
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       #29

    ThrashZone said:
    Hi,
    By it's description
    Additional turbo voltage it does not follow the negative settings for the offset
    +- is only for the offset not the turbo in other words

    Use ek cryocrap if you want too I've already said avoid it
    Damn. So I have a negative adaptive voltage set now and additional set to a random number. If I set it to positive, voltage goes to 1.34v which is way high for my 5ghz oc and temps shoot up. So I have a negative base voltage. It keeps my CPU at 1.261v at 5ghz but when it idles, it goes from .755v to .666v and I feel like that's going to cause instability cause it shifted the whole voltage table down. We'll see I guess.

    I won't use cryofuel. I have some primochill antimicrobial stuff. I guess I'll try a few drops of that stuff? Or should I just go plain distilled water? Idk what to do lol. The system will be sitting here for about 3 months soon without it getting turned on. Idk if that makes a difference at all though.
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  10. Polo6RGTI's Avatar
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       #30

    @N00berG00ber you don't have to worry about the idle Voltage, it is normal.

    Here is a screenshot of my 8700K idling without any issues @0.256V
    Overclocking Z390-screenshot-15-.png
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