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superpatodonaldo`s Core i7 5960X at 4900MHz with an GIGABYTE GA-X99-SOC Champion motherboard - 20°C

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superpatodonaldo`s Core i7 5960X at 4900MHz with an GIGABYTE GA-X99-SOC Champion motherboard - 20°C

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    superpatodonaldo commented on his own score:

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    Romania nachtfalke says:

    20 degree load at only 1.344vcore? seems your SS it has problem..

    superpatodonaldo says:

    20 degree load at only 1.344vcore? seems your SS it has problem..

     

    do you have a 5960x under SS to verify xtu at 1,345V 4,9GHz?

    so I can check...

     

    in my memory at that time the SS wasn't built for heavy loads

    Romania nachtfalke says:

    Check my Submission with 5930k at 1.5vcore real DMM 1.53V

     

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    superpatodonaldo says:

    Check my Submission with 5930k at 1.5vcore real DMM 1.53V

     

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    sub seen

    btw have you ever manage a 8cores?

    Romania nachtfalke says:

    Dont have 5960x but it's same arhitecture...20 load i dont have even at 1.67 vcore......

     

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    superpatodonaldo says:

    Dont have 5960x but it's same arhitecture...20 load i dont have even at 1.67 vcore......

     

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    8cores is very hot

    I know you built a very strong SS ;-)

    I'm waiting for mine, alexmx is tuning it for me; but it will be for lower temp instead of heavy loads, 6700k ht off run smoothly at -55/-60°C

    Romania nachtfalke says:

    8cores is very hot

    I know you built a very strong SS ;-)

    I'm waiting for mine, alexmx is tuning it for me; but it will be for lower temp instead of heavy loads, 6700k ht off run smoothly at -55/-60°C

     

    is not important what temps you ran on the evaporators , the internal chip temp are important , so i mean DELTA T should be lowered as possible if you know how....for what you had -55 on evap and the chip are at + degree? check with real temp .....that mean heat exchanger between chip and evap are out of range!!!! my 6700k at 1.6v in XTU read all 0 degree ...that mean chip are under sub0 temp ....but my evap is at -48 that mean evap made a good heat exchange with the heat sources!!

    superpatodonaldo says:

    is not important what temps you ran on the evaporators , the internal chip temp are important , so i mean DELTA T should be lowered as possible if you know how....for what you had -55 on evap and the chip are at + degree? check with real temp .....that mean heat exchanger between chip and evap are out of range!!!! my 6700k at 1.6v in XTU read all 0 degree ...that mean chip are under sub0 temp ....but my evap is at -48 that mean evap made a good heat exchange with the heat sources!!

     

    obviously always chech the internal chip temp.

    With 6700k I had under sub0 temp on bench, still not running XTU.

    I'll try when the SS will be ready

    Romania nachtfalke says:

    obviously always chech the internal chip temp.

    With 6700k I had under sub0 temp on bench, still not running XTU.

    I'll try when the SS will be ready

     

    my last SS is a beast , 2HP compressor , 1.2kg twin loop evap with dual cap tube.....it hold heavy loads without any problem ...haswell E chip at 1.55v real temps read -5 on all cores !!in heavy loads like wprime, cinebench ...

    superpatodonaldo says:

    my last SS is a beast , 2HP compressor , 1.2kg twin loop evap with dual cap tube.....it hold heavy loads without any problem ...haswell E chip at 1.55v real temps read -5 on all cores !!in heavy loads like wprime, cinebench ...

     

    nice one

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