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  1. OldMike65's Avatar
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       #431

    Cliff S said:
    I could put my multiplier up to 52(5.2GHz), and set AVX load to 2, and voltage up to 1.392 and be stable(that was my setup for a few weeks) but then the AIO's radiator fans need to work a little harder.
    At 5.0 Thermaltakes UI says the water temp is only 34 to 37.
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    At 5.2 GHz water temp hovers in the mid 40s
    You need a better radiator Cliff, WoW on your water temps!!!!
    Mine never goes over 28 to 29 and thats only when I've been benching for hours.... My fans are faster and so is my pump.

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  2. Cliff S's Avatar
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       #432

    OldMike65 said:
    You need a better radiator Cliff, WoW on your water temps!!!!
    Mine never goes over 28 to 29 and thats only when I've been benching for hours.... My fans are faster and so is my pump.

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    Faster fans means more noise, the whole idea of my down volting yesterday was I wanted lower temps, so I could lower my fan curve.

    This was supposed to be for 24/7 use and not benchmarking. Yes the water is warm but my CPU temps are in the low 30's amnd the fans
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  3. Cliff S's Avatar
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       #433

    Oh and case fans around 900rpm too
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  4. OldMike65's Avatar
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       #434

    Cliff S said:
    Faster fans means more noise, the whole idea of my down volting yesterday was I wanted lower temps, so I could lower my fan curve.

    This was supposed to be for 24/7 use and not benchmarking. Yes the water is warm but my CPU temps are in the low 30's amnd the fans
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    Well having a 20% hearing loss helps with my fan noise...LoL Plus I don't mind hearing them anyhow. If I'm not benching they quiet down anyhow.
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  5. Cliff S's Avatar
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       #435

    Mine have just enough noise to counteract the tinnitus, but not nerve me.
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  6. OldMike65's Avatar
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       #436

    Cliff S said:
    Oh and case fans around 900rpm too
    900rpm's huh.....well don't think mine have ever gone that low ever....Case Fans. I got 5 case fans all 140's Red.
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  7. ThrashZone's Avatar
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       #437

    Hi,
    Pretty and expensive what is that 250.us for the copper water block :/
    200.us
    EVGA - Products - EVGA Hydro Copper Waterblock for EVGA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti FTW3, 400-HC-1489-B1, RGB - 400-HC-1489-B1
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  8. ThrashZone's Avatar
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       #438

    Hi,
    Real liquid cooling lol
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  9. Cliff S's Avatar
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       #439

    Just something I noticed in Aida64 while researching something:

    Embedded controller(EC) support on
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    Embedded controller(EC) support off
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    The only thing it does on my Maximus X Hero is read CPU PLL > VCCMP > VCC Sustain correctly(on the Hero boards it also lets you read the VRM temps, but I have the newer version of the VRM controllers that don't show temps)

    I haven't had any stability problems, but HWInfo & Aida64 forums both have said it "could" cause problems, and to turn off EC monitoring if you don't really need it.

    I do know that I have always had it on(It's off now as the 3 above mentioned do not interest me in the least), and I get an error in Event Viewer log(the reason of my research), and now I want to see if it persist:
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  10. doorules's Avatar
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       #440

    Temps when I have my window open on a cold day. The top two numbers are water temp in and out of cpu block. The next two are the temps in and out of gpu block.



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