After delid and new thermal conductor I had much better temps ! 12-14 core delta along a Geekbench run at 3.1 Ghz what is quite superb I think. But ! Of corse there is a but ! The low temp madness raised from zero range to the 20 degree range somehow. Yet I can't imagine how ! :S Maybe the temperature sensors showing not exactly the core temps or don't know. So yes, it's better after the upgrade except to reach higher clocks... Yaayyy.. But no problem, I keep on trying to find the way !
Finally ! I find the way to reach higher clocks with my 165 ! Useing water between 10 - 14 celsius. All the anomalys disappear around rams and it's pretty stable if I can temperate the water between those barriers. Not as good as Bone's crazy 165 but now it's an acceptable level for me now. Did Cinebench at 3280 mhz @ 1.6 volts. I think it's very nice from an uncoolable cpu like that.
Nice! I hope the SLI-DR is a good board and works out for you. I know my SLI-DR is about the best one I have to run with the 165 in terms of how far I can push it - Even my Experts can't do what this board does, let alone what one of my Ultra D's will.
Holy god ! It runs crazy ! I wish I have a better ss or some dice. It can be cooled without any problems ! My ss can only hold the cpu temp between zero and +5 under load. It can be lower with another 10-20 degree even.
Post by obscureparadox on Feb 11, 2017 13:15:02 GMT -5
Temp a CPU can reach is all bus speed related, high the bus speed, the higher temp you require. For example one of my 3200+ Venice chips can easily do full pot up to 215 FSB, if I want to run it at close to max speed though I need to go to around -70c or it will "cold bug" so to speak.
Find the balance of cold and speed and you'll be flying
How fast will they go at 2-2-2-5 Scotty? My BH5 will do 270.
I think I have a sub somewhere of 283.
Pls, don't show ! Makes me cry ! Anyway my ugly kit (Joe). I mean the Ultra's runs pretty nice today with the 154. Can do full stable 500 - 510 @ 2-3-2-5 with 3,3V. It's quite good I think. Maybe some really highly clocked tccd can be better sometimes but it's pretty hard to find the stable settings. They are much more sensitive for fine tuning. How much voltage Your rams need for that crazy 280 cl2 and 510 cl1,5 ?
3.6v These are HyperX PC3500's. Heatspreaders removed. My Ultra D just loves them.
That's not so high voltage. Nice sticks, I wish I find a good Bh kit one day ! But now I'm quite happy the performance that was shown by my ultras today. Maybe I'm wrong but I've found that these rams don't warm as much as You expect from higher voltage. Almost tccds feels warmer. Or simply there is no any contact between heatspreader and chips. I hope not this is the reason...