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Mine does 7Ghz and it provides me 1kW/h so I dont have to pay the bills.

Why do you think Im kidding? Because I did not post a pic about a 10 sec LinxAVX test like many members here, who are saying they have golden chps and they dont post pics or when they post, they post a 10min stress test...

 

I think you're on the wrong website mate, nobody here hides a golden chip since it's counter productive :P

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Sounds like it'll be a gem cold!

 

I've never dabbled in zub zero cooling mate but fancy having a go at some point.

 

For now it's delidded and under custom water. Temps are pretty great. Got my 5.4 & 5.5GHz profiles set up for benching. IMC seems pretty strong. Stable with 4x8GB Teamgroup 2666MHz but after running a few tests 2400 is the sweet spot. Anything higher and the read/write bandwidth starts to drop quite rapidly.

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I've never dabbled in zub zero cooling mate but fancy having a go at some point.

 

For now it's delidded and under custom water. Temps are pretty great. Got my 5.4 & 5.5GHz profiles set up for benching. IMC seems pretty strong. Stable with 4x8GB Teamgroup 2666MHz but after running a few tests 2400 is the sweet spot. Anything higher and the read/write bandwidth starts to drop quite rapidly.

 

Sounds good! Whats your 24/7 clock speed and volts?

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Wow... 5.5 on water? Sounds lovely!

 

5.5 around 1.5v seems good for a quick run. Could do with more voltage but the limit kicks in soon after. I would need to enable LN2 mode to get around it but haven't given that a try yet.

 

th_super%20pi.png

 

1M 5.5

32M 5.4

 

Sounds good! Whats your 24/7 clock speed and volts?

 

5.1 1.325v is my 24/7 clock. Previously had it 5GHz 1.28v.

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5.5 around 1.5v seems good for a quick run. Could do with more voltage but the limit kicks in soon after. I would need to enable LN2 mode to get around it but haven't given that a try yet.

 

th_super%20pi.png

 

1M 5.5

32M 5.4

 

 

 

5.1 1.325v is my 24/7 clock. Previously had it 5GHz 1.28v.

 

Nice clocks dude, however wondering why bump to 5.1GHz thats quite a voltage bump for the sake of 100Mhz.

 

Either way looks like you've got a very good clocking chip there! What I wouldn't give to put that under my Single Stage Phase to see how much further it could go ;)

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Thanks man :)

 

I had it sitting 5Ghz for about a year under my makeshift loop. After taking the lid off I gave bare mount a try using the MSI delid die guard followed by the EK naked mount kit. Both were pretty underwhelming and hindsight a complete waste of time. Little to no benefit and I spent ages mounting and remounting each just to get an even amount of pressure across the die.

 

After stripping everything down for the fourth time I thought I'll try again with the lid on but this time twice as much CLU as I had used previously. I was surprised when I saw roughly an 8c drop over what I was seeing before during a 10x loop of IBT. While it is quite a bump from 5 to 5.1, I thought since I have a bit of extra headroom to play with it'd be a shame not to use it. That was really the extent of my thinking and reasoning! That, and there's something extremely satisfying about firing up CPUZ to see 5100Mhz :D

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Ivy 3770k chip I bought a little while ago ,on water warm room,all auto apart from disable c states

 

Oh Batch 3218C

 

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