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Old 19-07-18, 08:36 PM
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2 x 480 rads?? What kind of case do you have? Holy moly.

I haven't looked into open loop watercooling much, do you think there are any other vrm blocks available that wouldn't require grinding down? Or any other products that could provide relief to those temps, if possible I'd like to stick to closed loop solutions.

Also what metal material did you use for relidding?
Case : anidees AI Crystal XL Tempered Glass Full Tower ATX

I'm not sure which liquid metal it was, (have both laying around), but either Thermal Grisly's or r rocketcool's. Haven't noticed any difference in the two's thermal conductivity ¯\(°¬°/¯


As far as any vrm waterblocks that won't have to be ground down you're SOL.

I don't see why a closed loop wouldn't provide adequate cooling. I only have the open loop for the vrm and the fact that the room my pc is in is always hot.

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Old 20-07-18, 05:41 AM
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Are you sure the vrm temps are normal ?

Youve defo got a good chip there, but I cant help but think that those vrm's are to hot or you have some voltage set to high somewhere in the bios.
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Old 21-07-18, 09:56 AM
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Pretty confident I wasn't putting crazy voltages in, 2/3 of my bios is actually set to auto, (auto can throw crazy numbers though), but I'm not a master at this so can't 100% be sure. Honestly haven't checked what they get to underload now on liquid, was just satisfied with stability.

Could have been some mishap in the manufacturing process of my stock sinks, or any number of things.
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Old 21-07-18, 02:17 PM
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Are you sure the vrm temps are normal ?

Youve defo got a good chip there, but I cant help but think that those vrm's are to hot or you have some voltage set to high somewhere in the bios.
So I whipped out the old Raytek to get my vrm temps now that the are on water.

Under load : ~ 40°C

I'm thinking there must have been a defect in my stock heatsinks because that's way to high of a jump.
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Old Today, 12:52 AM
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Detailed 8086k overclocking on EVGA z370 classified k motherboard


https://valid.x86.fr/un9siu

Intel Core i7 8086K @ 5610.11 MHz
Dump [un9siu] - Submitted by Beez - 2018-07-22 06:46:57
Processor (CPU)
CPU Name Intel® Core™ i7-8086K CPU @ 4.00GHz
Threading 1 CPU - 6 Core - 12 Threads
Frequency 5610.11 MHz (55 * 102 MHz) - Uncore: 5304.1 MHz
Multiplier Current: 55 / Min: 8 / Max: 50
Architecture Coffee Lake / Stepping: U0 / Technology: 14 nm
CPUID / Ext. 6.E.A / 6.9E
IA Extensions MMX, SSE, SSE2, SSE3, SSSE3, SSE4.1, SSE4.2, EM64T, VT-x, AES, AVX, AVX2, FMA3, TSX
Caches L1D : 32 KB / L2 : 256 KB / L3 : 12288 KB
Caches Assoc. L1D : 8-way / L2 : 4-way / L3 : 16-way
Microcode Rev. 0x84 ► Spectre (CVE-2017-5715) Patched ◄
TDP / Vcore 95 Watts / 1.584 Volts
Temperature 63 °C / 145 °F
Type Retail (Stock Frequency : 4000 MHz)
Cores Frequencies #00: 5610.11 MHz  #01: 5610.11 MHz  #02: 5610.11 MHz  #03: 5610.11 MHz 
#04: 5610.11 MHz  #05: 5610.11 MHz 
Motherboard
Model EVGA INTERNATIONAL CO.LTD 134-KS-E379
Socket Socket 1151 LGA
North Bridge Intel Coffee Lake rev 07
South Bridge Intel Z370 rev 00
BIOS American Megatrends Inc. 1.07 (03/15/2018)
Memory (RAM)
Total Size 16384 MB
Type Dual Channel (128 bit) DDR4-SDRAM
Frequency 1580.7 MHz - Ratio 1:31
Timings 16-18-18-38-2 (tCAS-tRC-tRP-tRAS-tCR)
Slot #1 Module G.Skill 4096 MB (DDR4-2137) - XMP 2.0 - P/N: F4-3200C16-4GTZB
Slot #2 Module G.Skill 4096 MB (DDR4-2137) - XMP 2.0 - P/N: F4-3200C16-4GTZB
Slot #3 Module G.Skill 4096 MB (DDR4-2137) - XMP 2.0 - P/N: F4-3200C16-4GTZB
Slot #4 Module G.Skill 4096 MB (DDR4-2137) - XMP 2.0 - P/N: F4-3200C16-4GTZB
Graphic Card (GPU)
GPU Type NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 (GP104) @ 139 MHz
GPU Brand GIGABYTE Technology
GPU Specs GP104-200 / Process: 16nm / Transistors: 7200M / Die Size: 314 mm² / TDP: 150W
GPU Units Shader Units: 1920 / Texture Units (TMU): 120 / Render Units (ROP): 64
GPU VRAM 8192 MB GDDR5 256 bit @ 405 MHz
GPU APIs DirectX 12.0 (12_1) / OpenGL 4.5 / OpenCL 1.2 / Vulkan 1.0
Storage (HDD/SSD)
Model #1 THNSN5512GPUK NVMe TOSHIBA 512GB
Capacity #1 512 GB
Display
Screen #1 K222HQL (ACR03E1)
Screen #1 Spec 21.7 inches (55.1 cm) / 1920 x 1080 pixels @ 56-76 Hz
Miscellaneous
Windows Version Microsoft Windows 10 (10.0) Professional 64-bit
Windows Subver. Build 17134
CPU-Z Version 1.85.0 (64 bit)
CPU-Z SCREENSHOT
screenshot of CPU-Z validation for Dump [un9siu] - Submitted by Beez - 2018-07-22 06:46:57
CPU-Z BENCHMARK
Click on the score to compare
Version 2017.1 (x64)
Single-Thread 629
Multi-Thread (12T) 4977


The cooling solution for this was a single 480 rad submerged in an ice bath.

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Now for results achieved with 2 × 480 and 1 × 480 rads respectively mounted in my case. 5.4 @ 1.38 volts and 5.35 @ 1.36 volts. The 5.53 actually produced a higher cinabench score than the 5.4.



https://valid.x86.fr/0vrjdm

CPU Name Intel® Core™ i7-8086K CPU @ 4.00GHz
Threading 1 CPU - 6 Core - 12 Threads
Frequency 5403.81 MHz (51 * 105.96 MHz) - Uncore: 5085.9 MHz
Multiplier Current: 51 / Min: 8 / Max: 50
Architecture Coffee Lake / Stepping: U0 / Technology: 14 nm
CPUID / Ext. 6.E.A / 6.9E
IA Extensions MMX, SSE, SSE2, SSE3, SSSE3, SSE4.1, SSE4.2, EM64T, VT-x, AES, AVX, AVX2, FMA3, TSX
Caches L1D : 32 KB / L2 : 256 KB / L3 : 12288 KB
Caches Assoc. L1D : 8-way / L2 : 4-way / L3 : 16-way
Microcode Rev. 0x84 ► Spectre (CVE-2017-5715) Patched ◄
TDP / Vcore 95 Watts / 1.384 Volts
Temperature 71 °C / 160 °F
Type Retail (Stock Frequency : 4000 MHz)
Cores Frequencies #00: 5403.81 MHz  #01: 5403.81 MHz  #02: 5403.81 MHz  #03: 5403.81 MHz 
#04: 5403.81 MHz  #05: 5403.81 MHz 
Motherboard
Model EVGA INTERNATIONAL CO.LTD 134-KS-E379
Socket Socket 1151 LGA
North Bridge Intel Coffee Lake rev 07
South Bridge Intel Z370 rev 00
BIOS American Megatrends Inc. 1.07 (03/15/2018)
Memory (RAM)
Total Size 16384 MB
Type Dual Channel (128 bit) DDR4-SDRAM
Frequency 1589.4 MHz - Ratio 1:30
Timings 15-17-17-35-2 (tCAS-tRC-tRP-tRAS-tCR)
Slot #1 Module Corsair 8192 MB (DDR4-2137) - XMP 2.0 - P/N: CMR16GX4M2C3000C15
Slot #2 Module Corsair 8192 MB (DDR4-2137) - XMP 2.0 - P/N: CMR16GX4M2C3000C15
Graphic Card (GPU)
GPU Type NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 (GP104) @ 139 MHz
GPU Brand GIGABYTE Technology
GPU Specs GP104-200 / Process: 16nm / Transistors: 7200M / Die Size: 314 mm² / TDP: 150W
GPU Units Shader Units: 1920 / Texture Units (TMU): 120 / Render Units (ROP): 64
GPU VRAM 8192 MB GDDR5 256 bit @ 405 MHz
GPU APIs DirectX 12.0 (12_1) / OpenGL 4.5 / OpenCL 1.2 / Vulkan 1.0
Storage (HDD/SSD)
Model #1 THNSN5512GPUK NVMe TOSHIBA 512GB
Capacity #1 512 GB
Display
Screen #1 K222HQL (ACR03E1)
Screen #1 Spec 21.7 inches (55.1 cm) / 1920 x 1080 pixels @ 56-76 Hz
Miscellaneous
Windows Version Microsoft Windows 10 (10.0) Professional 64-bit
Windows Subver. Build 17134
CPU-Z Version 1.85.0 (64 bit)



https://valid.x86.fr/ufyfn8

CPU Name Intel® Core™ i7-8086K CPU @ 4.00GHz
Threading 1 CPU - 6 Core - 12 Threads
Frequency 5350.35 MHz (50 * 106.98 MHz) - Uncore: 5028.2 MHz
Multiplier Current: 50 / Min: 8 / Max: 50
Architecture Coffee Lake / Stepping: U0 / Technology: 14 nm
CPUID / Ext. 6.E.A / 6.9E
IA Extensions MMX, SSE, SSE2, SSE3, SSSE3, SSE4.1, SSE4.2, EM64T, VT-x, AES, AVX, AVX2, FMA3, TSX
Caches L1D : 32 KB / L2 : 256 KB / L3 : 12288 KB
Caches Assoc. L1D : 8-way / L2 : 4-way / L3 : 16-way
Microcode Rev. 0x84 ► Spectre (CVE-2017-5715) Patched ◄
TDP / Vcore 95 Watts / 1.36 Volts
Temperature 66 °C / 151 °F
Type Retail (Stock Frequency : 4000 MHz)
Cores Frequencies #00: 5350.35 MHz  #01: 5350.35 MHz  #02: 5350.35 MHz  #03: 5350.35 MHz 
#04: 5350.35 MHz  #05: 5350.35 MHz 
Motherboard
Model EVGA INTERNATIONAL CO.LTD 134-KS-E379
Socket Socket 1151 LGA
North Bridge Intel Coffee Lake rev 07
South Bridge Intel Z370 rev 00
BIOS American Megatrends Inc. 1.07 (03/15/2018)
Memory (RAM)
Total Size 12288 MB
Type Dual Channel (128 bit) DDR4-SDRAM
Frequency 1711.8 MHz - Ratio 1:24
Timings 16-18-18-38-2 (tCAS-tRC-tRP-tRAS-tCR)
Slot #1 Module G.Skill 4096 MB (DDR4-2137) - XMP 2.0 - P/N: F4-3200C16-4GTZB
Slot #2 Module G.Skill 4096 MB (DDR4-2137) - XMP 2.0 - P/N: F4-3200C16-4GTZB
Slot #3 Module G.Skill 4096 MB (DDR4-2137) - XMP 2.0 - P/N: F4-3200C16-4GTZB
Graphic Card (GPU)
GPU Type NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 (GP104) @ 139 MHz
GPU Brand GIGABYTE Technology
GPU Specs GP104-200 / Process: 16nm / Transistors: 7200M / Die Size: 314 mm² / TDP: 150W
GPU Units Shader Units: 1920 / Texture Units (TMU): 120 / Render Units (ROP): 64
GPU VRAM 8192 MB GDDR5 256 bit @ 405 MHz
GPU APIs DirectX 12.0 (12_1) / OpenGL 4.5 / OpenCL 1.2 / Vulkan 1.0
Storage (HDD/SSD)
Model #1 THNSN5512GPUK NVMe TOSHIBA 512GB
Capacity #1 512 GB
Display
Screen #1 K222HQL (ACR03E1)
Screen #1 Spec 21.7 inches (55.1 cm) / 1920 x 1080 pixels @ 56-76 Hz
Miscellaneous
Windows Version Microsoft Windows 10 (10.0) Professional 64-bit
Windows Subver. Build 16299
CPU-Z Version 1.85.0 (64 bit)
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Old Today, 04:30 AM
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Damn what a chip you got there. 5.6ghz run you had is a hell of a chip even for a 8086k.
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I know I've been unbelievably lucky, but it's better sweet. Until January of this year I hadn't touched custom builds since 2012, and back then I wasn't overclocking anything. Now I jump back in, get an 8700k, clocks to 5.2 easy, sell that rig, get 8086k, get this behemoth.

I shouldn't complain what so ever, but without hands on with average or below average chips I'm left with less satisfaction. Can't improve without Ln2, and I don't have that kind of cash.
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