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This was a reply to me ? ;):)

Interesting, I always thought Hynix memory was known for high clocks and loose timings versus Micron which is lower speed and tighter timings. Interesting question on how you can get more performance on a build didn't you build this pc yourself or no? From look of it if you keep VRAMS cool and get really good CPU cooling you should get around 4.7 ghz out of that CPU from what I see.
So , with that cooling you can see, which is good but definitely not the best, I am runnig the Rig now at 4.6Ghz on 6 cores , and 4.5Ghz on 7 & 8 cores . No strap, on BLK 100Mhz, only voltages modified , also RAM left at 1866Mhz which is their base clock . Anything more than that goes to instability.

But, in my opinion , being rock stable as it is, I cannot ask more. I have quite a good performance.

To go beyond that, I would need more expensive cooling/RAM, not sure it's worthed. And for the e5-1680v2, when you go 4.7Ghz and more, each 100Mhz is hard to achieve and you need quite more voltage, and you get much more heat to dissipate. You can do it to run some benchmarks, but I am not sure you can run it for long time, like a daily use.

And yes, I did buit the PC myself.
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Actually I got nothing. I'm going to go in my box and make a few changes etc but hasn't happened so just figured I'd post a smiley see what happened.
 
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So , with that cooling you can see, which is good but definitely not the best, I am runnig the Rig now at 4.6Ghz on 6 cores , and 4.5Ghz on 7 & 8 cores . No strap, on BLK 100Mhz, only voltages modified , also RAM left at 1866Mhz which is their base clock . Anything more than that goes to instability.

But, in my opinion , being rock stable as it is, I cannot ask more. I have quite a good performance.

To go beyond that, I would need more expensive cooling/RAM, not sure it's worthed. And for the e5-1680v2, when you go 4.7Ghz and more, each 100Mhz is hard to achieve and you need quite more voltage, and you get much more heat to dissipate. You can do it to run some benchmarks, but I am not sure you can run it for long time, like a daily use.

And yes, I did buit the PC myself.
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Yeah I'm running 4,600ghz 24/7 with speedstep enabled on 1.352v and it's fine, however to run benchmarking at 4,747mhz requires 1.40 and to run 4,800mhz require 1.41 which are both too high imo even under water so I'm happy chugging along at a nice solid cold 4,600mhz. I've had this run in Windows at 4,923mhz for a few minutes but why bother trying to push and then break a great CPU. Probably in the top 3 clocking chips ever, not bad to have it equaling the 3700x AMD series for a fraction of the cost
 

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Guys, has anyone seen this video - E5 1680 V2 vs X5680 and Ryzen 3950 Intel 10900k ??

Was just showing that the CPUs can really keep up but without the AVX2 instructions it was somewhat slower... I mean, what do you guys think? :) I would love to get one of these CPUs! :)
 
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Guys, has anyone seen this video - E5 1680 V2 vs X5680 and Ryzen 3950 Intel 10900k ??

Was just showing that the CPUs can really keep up but without the AVX2 instructions it was somewhat slower... I mean, what do you guys think? :) I would love to get one of these CPUs! :)
Yep watched this the day it came out and bear in mind 4k results, make didly difference if you're running 4k games simply because everything shifts to the GPU instead. So, all depends what you're using your cpu for, if you're using it for AVX2 primarily, nope I'd say dont, lets be honest there's hardly any games using AVX2 anyway... BUT that's always the risk. I'm not bothered at all, as for now, bar 1 game that I'm aware of, everything runs.
 

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Yep watched this the day it came out and bear in mind 4k results, make didly difference if you're running 4k games simply because everything shifts to the GPU instead. So, all depends what you're using your cpu for, if you're using it for AVX2 primarily, nope I'd say dont, lets be honest there's hardly any games using AVX2 anyway... BUT that's always the risk. I'm not bothered at all, as for now, bar 1 game that I'm aware of, everything runs.
Exactly my thoughts :) Thought the video was good as well, Tech Yes City does do some nice videos as well. I believe he tested it with a 3090 as well..

No wonder no shops have these cards, all the YouTubers have them!! :laugh:
 
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Completely agree, he's always done quality videos and that 1680v2 with the 3090 just confirmed what I was thinking that this CPU in my system will be perfectly fine with next gen (Big Navi in my case), as I run 4k gaming anyway, so for me, this rig is gonna last for more years to come and run games at 4k just fine!
 

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I really need a 1440P or 4k screen setup, 1080P kills me... I'm just struggling to find the screens I'd like to upgrade to but that's another thread and story altogether...

I'll be looking forward to seeing the upgrade and results you get with the X79 :) I still have X58 and even 775 and older systems here, but I'm not sure that an AMD XP system is gonna work with a 3090!! :laugh: That said, I suppose I could try the Asrock board I've recently had with AGP and PCIe slots :D How to bottleneck your GPU in one easy test! :laugh:
What do you run your 1680 V2 at for every day use? :)
 
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I really need a 1440P or 4k screen setup, 1080P kills me... I'm just struggling to find the screens I'd like to upgrade to but that's another thread and story altogether...

I'll be looking forward to seeing the upgrade and results you get with the X79 :) I still have X58 and even 775 and older systems here, but I'm not sure that an AMD XP system is gonna work with a 3090!! :laugh: That said, I suppose I could try the Asrock board I've recently had with AGP and PCIe slots :D How to bottleneck your GPU in one easy test! :laugh:
What do you run your 1680 V2 at for every day use? :)
Ru 4,600mhz matey 24/7 have been for some time now, it speedsteps down to 1200mhz etc so it's not blasting out all the time then cranks up when it needs to, it's 100% stable in Prime and OCCT which are the big ones for 24 hours when I first got it... uses quite a bit of wattage though but have to say best chip I've ever owned. My benchmarks I can run it at 4747mhz and it's stable but it's that jump in voltage I'm not a fan of... big difference between 1.35 and 1.40 for me... I'm on water cooling but even so, for an extra 100mhz in 24/7 why bother punishing her... so 3dmark scores etc... the great thing is, with my combo 5700xt and this 1680v2, I'm currently No.1 on 3dmark timespy... which I'm chuffed about, annoyingly because I've got an Anniversary 5700XT it puts me in a different category to the 5700xt's, however still have the highest score over 10k....

Seriously, this is a way better chip than the one running in my 2nd rig which is a I7 Inte 3970x which is the 6 core and the best consumer i7 they ever did... fantastic chip once again running 247 at 4,600mhz BUT this 1860v2... I mean, to clock from 3.0ghz on all cores to 4.6 - 4.8ghz is amazing... classic chip and would reccomend to anyone who's running a x79 rig and is happy with everything else.

yeah I'll post some benchmarks when I am Big Navi'd up...

BTW, this is my current rig, only now it has additiona 360mmm radiator on the rear hahaha

 

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Very nice clock speeds there :) I tend to undervolt at the moment due to running WCG on all of my PCs, I think no point in all the extra power and heat being made and the CPU screaming it's socks off trying to complete work units, so slow it down a touch, keep the temps about 50C under full load regardless and carry on :)

Thank you for the video and the info on the build :) Are all 1680 V2's fairly decent clockers like yours or are they a little more hit and miss? :)
 
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Very nice clock speeds there :) I tend to undervolt at the moment due to running WCG on all of my PCs, I think no point in all the extra power and heat being made and the CPU screaming it's socks off trying to complete work units, so slow it down a touch, keep the temps about 50C under full load regardless and carry on :)

Thank you for the video and the info on the build :) Are all 1680 V2's fairly decent clockers like yours or are they a little more hit and miss? :)
I've not seen one that won't go voer 4.4ghz on a decent board, most do 4.5ghz... and then some do 4.6+... pretty none of them go 4.7 or 4.8 without big voltage though and tbh, you'll reduce life quite a bit imho... but yeah you would get 4.4ghz 100% and 95% 4.5ghz and that is on ALL cores... none of this boost nonsense lol

Yeah I fold 24/7 on my 5700XT simply to get more points... around 1.3 million and also my 2nd rig which is also on same mobo but with the i7 in it, has Crossfire AMD 570 8GB cards chruning out around 800k points per day. I generally hit around 2 Million PPD in Folding for Cancer (wife had breast cancer), so for me, it's my contribution to cures and my entry to heaven hahaha
 
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Both of my 1680 V2's do 4.7Ghz, one at 1.4 core colts and the second at 1.3. I haven't had time to play with the second since last April but the first gets regular use. I have both at 4.5Ghz now just to be on the safe side.
 

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I've not seen one that won't go voer 4.4ghz on a decent board, most do 4.5ghz... and then some do 4.6+... pretty none of them go 4.7 or 4.8 without big voltage though and tbh, you'll reduce life quite a bit imho... but yeah you would get 4.4ghz 100% and 95% 4.5ghz and that is on ALL cores... none of this boost nonsense lol

Yeah I fold 24/7 on my 5700XT simply to get more points... around 1.3 million and also my 2nd rig which is also on same mobo but with the i7 in it, has Crossfire AMD 570 8GB cards chruning out around 800k points per day. I generally hit around 2 Million PPD in Folding for Cancer (wife had breast cancer), so for me, it's my contribution to cures and my entry to heaven hahaha
I'm crunching crazy at the moment, I have a total of 8 machines that I use daily if the weather and sun are good, solar panels help with the power requirements :laugh:

I've no idea which way I'm headed but I try and do it for others as well as I've had a family and some friends pass away of cancer so... It's my little bit too :)
 
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Yeah I'm running 4,600ghz 24/7 with speedstep enabled on 1.352v and it's fine, however to run benchmarking at 4,747mhz requires 1.40 and to run 4,800mhz require 1.41 which are both too high imo even under water so I'm happy chugging along at a nice solid cold 4,600mhz. I've had this run in Windows at 4,923mhz for a few minutes but why bother trying to push and then break a great CPU. Probably in the top 3 clocking chips ever, not bad to have it equaling the 3700x AMD series for a fraction of the cost
Oh really? I may be able to give you a run for your money pal :). Seriously though, not sure either of our chips are top 3 of every 1680 out there seems like winning mega-millions without buying a ticket type odds but the cool thing is your speeds as well as voltages are very similar to what I've done...so I went back and reread this and I'm going to use it to put my sad box back together a bit better and see what I can do...I think highest I booted into windows was 5.0 ghz not sure it was a while ago but it was well over 4.9 though like you I wasn't there long gotta use serious voltage for that!

More to come...hope to see more from you as well!

Ru 4,600mhz matey 24/7 have been for some time now, it speedsteps down to 1200mhz etc so it's not blasting out all the time then cranks up when it needs to, it's 100% stable in Prime and OCCT which are the big ones for 24 hours when I first got it... uses quite a bit of wattage though but have to say best chip I've ever owned. My benchmarks I can run it at 4747mhz and it's stable but it's that jump in voltage I'm not a fan of... big difference between 1.35 and 1.40 for me... I'm on water cooling but even so, for an extra 100mhz in 24/7 why bother punishing her... so 3dmark scores etc... the great thing is, with my combo 5700xt and this 1680v2, I'm currently No.1 on 3dmark timespy... which I'm chuffed about, annoyingly because I've got an Anniversary 5700XT it puts me in a different category to the 5700xt's, however still have the highest score over 10k....

Seriously, this is a way better chip than the one running in my 2nd rig which is a I7 Inte 3970x which is the 6 core and the best consumer i7 they ever did... fantastic chip once again running 247 at 4,600mhz BUT this 1860v2... I mean, to clock from 3.0ghz on all cores to 4.6 - 4.8ghz is amazing... classic chip and would reccomend to anyone who's running a x79 rig and is happy with everything else.

yeah I'll post some benchmarks when I am Big Navi'd up...

BTW, this is my current rig, only now it has additiona 360mmm radiator on the rear hahaha

Nice! So I just noticed you have an additional rad how many do you have and what sizes? I have 2 rads on mine as well! Also would be interested in type of pump etc and even more interested in the temps you get while running burntest etc!

I'm crunching crazy at the moment, I have a total of 8 machines that I use daily if the weather and sun are good, solar panels help with the power requirements :laugh:

I've no idea which way I'm headed but I try and do it for others as well as I've had a family and some friends pass away of cancer so... It's my little bit too :)
Wow that's a lot of pc's, I got 1 laptop, 1 desktop lol. How many have a 1680 in them?
 

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Wow that's a lot of pc's, I got 1 laptop, 1 desktop lol. How many have a 1680 in them?
Sadly none currently :(

Most of the PCs I use on a daily basis are Ryzen (six in total for the moment) and then the three Intel based systems I use are two servers I have downstairs. They are a R620 and a R730, the R620 has two 10C 20T CPUs in and the R730 has two 12C 24T CPUs in. The other is a 6700K which runs Rosetta for the WCG and our Rosetta team for TPU :) I plan to change things around a little if I can... :)

I have a plan that I'm looking to get rid of the two 12C CPUs and put in some 16C 32T CPUs in each of them. If I can get anymore servers from work, they will end up testing servers for my IT work and job for progression etc. I'll post it all up in my project thread from my signature... It needs a bit of an update I think soon enough anyways :)
 
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Sadly none currently :(

Most of the PCs I use on a daily basis are Ryzen (six in total for the moment) and then the three Intel based systems I use are two servers I have downstairs. They are a R620 and a R730, the R620 has two 10C 20T CPUs in and the R730 has two 12C 24T CPUs in. The other is a 6700K which runs Rosetta for the WCG and our Rosetta team for TPU :) I plan to change things around a little if I can... :)

I have a plan that I'm looking to get rid of the two 12C CPUs and put in some 16C 32T CPUs in each of them. If I can get anymore servers from work, they will end up testing servers for my IT work and job for progression etc. I'll post it all up in my project thread from my signature... It needs a bit of an update I think soon enough anyways :)
What? Get the fuck out of here! LOL Seriously I'm joking...didn't you have a 1680 not long ago or how did you even get in/on here? Love to have you just partially wondering if my memory was going and you never had a 1680 just enjoyed the chat about the old tech.

Yeah I'm running 4,600ghz 24/7 with speedstep enabled on 1.352v and it's fine, however to run benchmarking at 4,747mhz requires 1.40 and to run 4,800mhz require 1.41 which are both too high imo even under water so I'm happy chugging along at a nice solid cold 4,600mhz. I've had this run in Windows at 4,923mhz for a few minutes but why bother trying to push and then break a great CPU. Probably in the top 3 clocking chips ever, not bad to have it equaling the 3700x AMD series for a fraction of the cost
I'm still anxious to see temps at the 4.7+ stress tests and if you can get 4.8 ghz to run stable whatsoever, I'd LOVE to see that!
 

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What? Get the fuck out of here! LOL Seriously I'm joking...didn't you have a 1680 not long ago or how did you even get in/on here? Love to have you just partially wondering if my memory was going and you never had a 1680 just enjoyed the chat about the old tech.
I'll get my coat!! :cry: :cry:

I was after one a while ago, been after one for awhile to be honest but as always things get in the way or I can't ever find one at a price I wish to buy it for. That said there's a 1680 V2 I'm tempted with on Ebay simply because they are just going for a little over £110 (I think $150 each...) and I was thinking, that's pretty damn good to be honest, so.... My mate over in the US has some cash from me, so I might say to him to buy me one or two... We'll see.. I'll count up my X79 boards and see how I go! :lol: I think two of them would be very welcoming to a 8C 16T unlocked Xeon......

I always enjoy tech chat... :) Thing is, I'm not bothered if it's brand new or 20 years old, hardware is hardware. We all used it, 20 years ago or 2 minutes ago when those wonderful looking 5 series AMD Ryzen's come out....
I respect it all and love it all. This is half my problem and if you look at the project log in my sig, you'll understand why I enjoy it all :)

I know the first page or so, there was a lot of chatter about why do I have all that 'old crap' and it was quite surprising that this being a tech site, some don't get that some people enjoy tech from all ages and whatever. I don't just enjoy all the new stuff, heck I was testing out DDR2 today with an MSI P45 board and a Q6600!!

But I digress, pop your head in there and take a look :) I love it all @dalekdukesboy :) It's why I love posting all over the place on this amazing forum :)
 
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I'll get my coat!! :cry: :cry:

I was after one a while ago, been after one for awhile to be honest but as always things get in the way or I can't ever find one at a price I wish to buy it for. That said there's a 1680 V2 I'm tempted with on Ebay simply because they are just going for a little over £110 (I think $150 each...) and I was thinking, that's pretty damn good to be honest, so.... My mate over in the US has some cash from me, so I might say to him to buy me one or two... We'll see.. I'll count up my X79 boards and see how I go! :lol: I think two of them would be very welcoming to a 8C 16T unlocked Xeon......

I always enjoy tech chat... :) Thing is, I'm not bothered if it's brand new or 20 years old, hardware is hardware. We all used it, 20 years ago or 2 minutes ago when those wonderful looking 5 series AMD Ryzen's come out....
I respect it all and love it all. This is half my problem and if you look at the project log in my sig, you'll understand why I enjoy it all :)

I know the first page or so, there was a lot of chatter about why do I have all that 'old crap' and it was quite surprising that this being a tech site, some don't get that some people enjoy tech from all ages and whatever. I don't just enjoy all the new stuff, heck I was testing out DDR2 today with an MSI P45 board and a Q6600!!

But I digress, pop your head in there and take a look :) I love it all @dalekdukesboy :) It's why I love posting all over the place on this amazing forum :)
God you got a lot of hardware, I'm jealous....I still have a core 2 duo hanging around and a tpower t45 board or whatever it was called that could do really high FSB clocks. My first computer was an intel Tandy (made by Radioshack I believe) 8086...followed by a 386 :).
 

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I'll see if I can get some newer and updated photo's.. I've still got some hardware over in the US my mate is hopefully going to test for me soon and then I'll arrange getting it all shipped over :) There's always something on the list that I'd like to get, so I've got to be good now considering Christmas is not going to be too much longer away, so best get saving or doing something for the girls....

I'm not sure PC hardware tho, is going to be their thing :D :laugh:

I was using a Core2Quad today, brings back some great memories :D :D First water cooling loop and all sorts.. I'm pretty sure I have some pictures of the build... How bad is that!?! lol

Oh was there anything there that you liked the look of? Anything catch your eye? :)
 
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I'll see if I can get some newer and updated photo's.. I've still got some hardware over in the US my mate is hopefully going to test for me soon and then I'll arrange getting it all shipped over :) There's always something on the list that I'd like to get, so I've got to be good now considering Christmas is not going to be too much longer away, so best get saving or doing something for the girls....

I'm not sure PC hardware tho, is going to be their thing :D :laugh:

I was using a Core2Quad today, brings back some great memories :D :D First water cooling loop and all sorts.. I'm pretty sure I have some pictures of the build... How bad is that!?! lol

Oh was there anything there that you liked the look of? Anything catch your eye? :)
Well....glad to hear that and do you mean anything in your list of "stuff" that caught my eye because you'd consider selling it or just a general question?
 

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Well....glad to hear that and do you mean anything in your list of "stuff" that caught my eye because you'd consider selling it or just a general question?
Just a general statement to be honest :) I'm not sure if you can tell, but I tend not to sell my hardware any more...... :laugh:
 
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I'm still anxious to see temps at the 4.7+ stress tests and if you can get 4.8 ghz to run stable whatsoever, I'd LOVE to see that!
Soz, only just been back on, been busy bulding a home cinema lol. Ahahah, yeah when I said one of th top 3 chips evr I meant the 1860v2 in general not mine rofl.

I'll try and get some temps over, I generally run something like OCCT or AIDA FPU stress test to get the maximum tests as most tests don't tes FPU computations and thus dont' stress the CPU to it's max. Give me a list of what you want me to test and for how long and I'll get something over this week hopefully at 4.6/4.7/4.8 but won't be able to get stabl;e at 4.9 no chance...

As for the rads, running a 240mm at the bottom, a 240mm in the top and a 360 in the rear so that's what... 840mm of radiators and running a clocked and voltage upgraded 5700xt as well soon to be a Big Navi....

Here's the rig as is now... with the 3 rads... not bad for old tech hahaha... technically it's based on 7 - 8 year old tech rof and still running 1440/4k fine lol This is the complete spec:

MAIN SYSTEM – THE CHAOS ENGINE 4
Monitor: 3 x electriQ 28" 4K Ultra HD HDR 1ms Free Sync Gaming Monitor (EIQ-284KMB-HDR)
Processor: Intel E5-Xeon 1680 V2 8 Core/16 Thread @4605MHz Ivy Bridge (1.350v) EP/EX
Motherboard: Asus Sabertooth X79 TUF Gaming
Graphics Card: Sapphire Radeon 5700XT 50th Anniversary 8GB @2200/1800MHz (1.200mv)
RAM: 64GB Kingston HyperX DDR3 1866mhz Quad Channel (3722mhz) @10-11-10-30-2T
PSU: Leadex Super Flower 1600W GOLD 90+
SSD & Storage:
  • 1 x Sabrent 2TB Rocket NVMe PCIe 4.0 M.2 (3,500MB/s Read & Write, Windows OS/Applications)
  • 1 x Sabrent 2TB Rocket NVMe PCIe 4.0 M.2 (3,500MB/s Read & Write, Games Drive)
  • 2 x Samsung 840 Evo Pro SSD in RAID0 (Clone of main Windows OS/Application Drive)
  • 1 x 10TB Seagate Barracuda Pro, 7,200RPM HDD (Backup Drive with downloads and archiving)
  • 1 x 4TB Seagate ST4000DM001, 5,900RPM HDD (Backup Drive with downloads and archiving)

WATER COOLING PARTS

Chassis
: Lian Li PC-O11 Dynamic (White)
Memory Heatsinks: 8 x Replacement DDR3 Heatsinks (White)
Sleeved PSU Cables: Shakmods Premium sleeved cables (White).
  • 1 x 24 Pin E-ATX Power Extension Cable (White)
  • 1 x 8 Pin CPU Power 12v Extension Cable (White)
  • 2 x 8 Pin PCIE Power Extension Cable (White)
  • 2 x 6 Pin PCIE Power Extension Cable (White)
  • 1 x Motherboard Pin (USB etc) Extension Cable (White)
  • 1 x SATA Extension Cable (White)
Water In-line Temperature Sensor: Barrow Black Digital OLED Display Thermometer - A66
Chassis & Radiator Fans: 7 x AIGO Aurora C5 120mm RGB fans
Water Pump: Barrow Water-cooling DDC Pump, PWM Combination Pumps, LRC 2.0 RGB
Water Reservoir: Barrow Waterway LRC 2.0 RGB Panel (Front) Lian Li PC-011 Dynamic
CPU Waterblock: Barrow CPU Water Block use for Intel X99 X299 Socket LGA2011 2066 Acrylic AURA RGB Light Copper Radiator Block (LTYK3X-04-V2)
GPU Waterblock: Eisblock Aurora Plexi GPX-A AMD Radeon RX 5700/5700XT Water Block
Waterloop Coolant: 3 x EK-Cryo Fuel Clear 1L Premix Water-cooling Fluid
Rigid Fittings: Barrow 5 x OD14mm rigid compression level adjuster fittings (White)
Rigid Fittings: Barrow 14 x OD14mm rigid compression fittings (White)
Rigid Fittings: Barrow 11 x Rotary 90 Degree OD14mm Tube Compression Fitting (White)
Rigid Fittings: Barrow T Virus Spiral Suspension tank LRC 2.0 RGB (black end with white virus) NOT USED YET
Rigid Fittings:
Barrow 14mm mini sealing ball valve with tap (white)
Rigid Fittings: 2 x Barrow 14mm “time” series manual tightening lock sealing plug
Rigid Fittings: Barrow LRC 2.0 RGB Flow Indicator
Hard Water Tubes: Barrow 10 x OD14mm PETG 500mm clear rigid tubes
Radiators: 1 x 360mm, 2 x 240mm Radiators (White)
Chassis RGB Controller: Barrow 16 x Way MOLEX Power 5/12v LRC 2.0 RGB Controller with Remote
Fan RGB Controller: AIGO Aurora 10 x Way SATA Power 5/12v LRC 2.0 RGB Controller with Remote
Chassis & Motherboard Screws: 10 x M3 Aluminium Computer PC Case Fully Threaded Knurled Thumb Screws Bolts (Black)

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Soz, only just been back on, been busy bulding a home cinema lol. Ahahah, yeah when I said one of th top 3 chips evr I meant the 1860v2 in general not mine rofl.

I'll try and get some temps over, I generally run something like OCCT or AIDA FPU stress test to get the maximum tests as most tests don't tes FPU computations and thus dont' stress the CPU to it's max. Give me a list of what you want me to test and for how long and I'll get something over this week hopefully at 4.6/4.7/4.8 but won't be able to get stabl;e at 4.9 no chance...

As for the rads, running a 240mm at the bottom, a 240mm in the top and a 360 in the rear so that's what... 840mm of radiators and running a clocked and voltage upgraded 5700xt as well soon to be a Big Navi....

Here's the rig as is now... with the 3 rads... not bad for old tech hahaha... technically it's based on 7 - 8 year old tech rof and still running 1440/4k fine lol This is the complete spec:

MAIN SYSTEM – THE CHAOS ENGINE 4
Monitor: 3 x electriQ 28" 4K Ultra HD HDR 1ms Free Sync Gaming Monitor (EIQ-284KMB-HDR)
Processor: Intel E5-Xeon 1680 V2 8 Core/16 Thread @4605MHz Ivy Bridge (1.350v) EP/EX
Motherboard: Asus Sabertooth X79 TUF Gaming
Graphics Card: Sapphire Radeon 5700XT 50th Anniversary 8GB @2200/1800MHz (1.200mv)
RAM: 64GB Kingston HyperX DDR3 1866mhz Quad Channel (3722mhz) @10-11-10-30-2T
PSU: Leadex Super Flower 1600W GOLD 90+
SSD & Storage:
  • 1 x Sabrent 2TB Rocket NVMe PCIe 4.0 M.2 (3,500MB/s Read & Write, Windows OS/Applications)
  • 1 x Sabrent 2TB Rocket NVMe PCIe 4.0 M.2 (3,500MB/s Read & Write, Games Drive)
  • 2 x Samsung 840 Evo Pro SSD in RAID0 (Clone of main Windows OS/Application Drive)
  • 1 x 10TB Seagate Barracuda Pro, 7,200RPM HDD (Backup Drive with downloads and archiving)
  • 1 x 4TB Seagate ST4000DM001, 5,900RPM HDD (Backup Drive with downloads and archiving)

WATER COOLING PARTS

Chassis
: Lian Li PC-O11 Dynamic (White)
Memory Heatsinks: 8 x Replacement DDR3 Heatsinks (White)
Sleeved PSU Cables: Shakmods Premium sleeved cables (White).
  • 1 x 24 Pin E-ATX Power Extension Cable (White)
  • 1 x 8 Pin CPU Power 12v Extension Cable (White)
  • 2 x 8 Pin PCIE Power Extension Cable (White)
  • 2 x 6 Pin PCIE Power Extension Cable (White)
  • 1 x Motherboard Pin (USB etc) Extension Cable (White)
  • 1 x SATA Extension Cable (White)
Water In-line Temperature Sensor: Barrow Black Digital OLED Display Thermometer - A66
Chassis & Radiator Fans: 7 x AIGO Aurora C5 120mm RGB fans
Water Pump: Barrow Water-cooling DDC Pump, PWM Combination Pumps, LRC 2.0 RGB
Water Reservoir: Barrow Waterway LRC 2.0 RGB Panel (Front) Lian Li PC-011 Dynamic
CPU Waterblock: Barrow CPU Water Block use for Intel X99 X299 Socket LGA2011 2066 Acrylic AURA RGB Light Copper Radiator Block (LTYK3X-04-V2)
GPU Waterblock: Eisblock Aurora Plexi GPX-A AMD Radeon RX 5700/5700XT Water Block
Waterloop Coolant: 3 x EK-Cryo Fuel Clear 1L Premix Water-cooling Fluid
Rigid Fittings: Barrow 5 x OD14mm rigid compression level adjuster fittings (White)
Rigid Fittings: Barrow 14 x OD14mm rigid compression fittings (White)
Rigid Fittings: Barrow 11 x Rotary 90 Degree OD14mm Tube Compression Fitting (White)
Rigid Fittings: Barrow T Virus Spiral Suspension tank LRC 2.0 RGB (black end with white virus) NOT USED YET
Rigid Fittings:
Barrow 14mm mini sealing ball valve with tap (white)
Rigid Fittings: 2 x Barrow 14mm “time” series manual tightening lock sealing plug
Rigid Fittings: Barrow LRC 2.0 RGB Flow Indicator
Hard Water Tubes: Barrow 10 x OD14mm PETG 500mm clear rigid tubes
Radiators: 1 x 360mm, 2 x 240mm Radiators (White)
Chassis RGB Controller: Barrow 16 x Way MOLEX Power 5/12v LRC 2.0 RGB Controller with Remote
Fan RGB Controller: AIGO Aurora 10 x Way SATA Power 5/12v LRC 2.0 RGB Controller with Remote
Chassis & Motherboard Screws: 10 x M3 Aluminium Computer PC Case Fully Threaded Knurled Thumb Screws Bolts (Black)

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No, 4.9 ghz stable is a lot more voltage than is wise as well as an insane amount of cooling...I'd be impressed to see 4.75-4.8 ghz stable. I can do 4.75-4.77 or so myself but still tinkering with that. All I can say is that pc is a work of art, I could just ist and stare at it for it's looks alone even if the hardware was complete crap lol. Mine is such a mess in comparison...other than the rads though do you have many fans I don't really see any unless they are on side cover to keep VRMS and board itself cool.
 
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