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  1. #111
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    I forgot to mention when I disable the defender anti virus I also turn off the securityhealthservice. To do that run regedit, go to this path:

    \computer\hkey_local_machine\system\currentcontrol set\services\securityhealthservice

    And change Start from 3 to 4 (disabled)

    Obviously reset to 3 to turn it back on after your done benching.
    Last edited by CharlieH; 04-23-2019 at 01:21 PM.

  2. #112
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    Quote Originally Posted by Silent Scone@ASUS View Post
    Wrong forum
    This belongs in PC builds as its not related to X299 at all.

  3. #113
    ROG Guru: Orange Belt Array CharlieH PC Specs
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    While waiting on my GPU blocks I decided to try the new BIOS for my laptop. And a forum member on Notebook Review gave me a tip on how to set the AC load line to 1. Here are my better scores at 4.8+ GHz (4.8 plus 101 BCLK, 190 under volt):

    Time Spy: 8049 (This didn't improve much)
    Fire Strike: 21004 (this improved the most)
    Sky Diver: 47994

    The new BIOS is super stable. I was able to get a stable 4.9 GHz but the temp throttling made it bench slower. I will be running as I have in the past a 4.8 GHz 24x7 OC.

  4. #114
    ROG Guru: Brown Belt Array LiveOrDie PC Specs
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    Next year should be something to upgrade to with DDR5 and PCi-e 4.0 coming, Intel next chipset should bring higher cores counts to there HEDT platform.

  5. #115
    ROG Guru: Orange Belt Array CharlieH PC Specs
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    Laptop (Model)MSI GT75 TITAN-094
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    Hooked up my Kill A Watt meters today. My two PSUs under full CPU load at 4.6 GHz are pulling 1003 watts from the wall (running Cinebench CPU test), each PSU is directly connected to the wall with its own meter. My fans (at their lowest speeds, at their highest speeds they are rated at 45 watts each, the Lamptron FC2 is rated at 45 watts a channel, 6 channels) and Iwaki RD30 pump (rated at 45 watts) pull around 108 watts during this test (They are on a third separate PSU/meter going into a UPS). This is how I run my rig 24x7 minus the fact no full load all the time. At idle the 2 PSUs pull around 400-440 watts. When I bench again at 4.8 and 4.9 GHz I'll report what they pull along with turning my fans up to full. Note there are only 4 fans running currently there will be 12 when the GPUs get their blocks and radiators. I tested the pump by itself and it is pulling 47.5 watts (it is rated at 45 watts so this is right on) from the wall, well the Lamptron FC2 was connected still but all the fans were off. Still waiting on WaterCool for my GPU blocks and still haven't heard a peep.
    Last edited by CharlieH; 04-24-2019 at 11:37 PM.

  6. #116
    ROG Guru: Brown Belt Array LiveOrDie PC Specs
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    Snap some real overclocking and a reviewer with brains, he even points out how well these overclock and how cooling isn't a issue.

    https://www.tomshardware.com/reviews...175x,6097.html

  7. #117
    ROG Guru: Orange Belt Array CharlieH PC Specs
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    I just got the top CPU score for water cooling on 3D Mark Time Spy Extreme CPU Score at 15650. The ones above me are either chilling or LN2 given the score difference. I am stoked.

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    That means my water cooling loop is running pretty well now, I just did some tuning on it and improved my temps under load so I could set various OC settings higher and not throttle or fail. I cannot wait to get my GPUs under water now. Might happen this weekend if things go well.
    Last edited by CharlieH; 04-26-2019 at 03:01 AM.

  8. #118
    ROG Guru: Orange Belt Array Abaidor PC Specs
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    Amazing how well this clocks under water! I was not expecting it but most probably the huge surface area of the CPU plays a big part in thermal transfer along with the fact that some serious binning must be going for these CPUs.
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  9. #119
    ROG Guru: Orange Belt Array CharlieH PC Specs
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    I agree it is an awesome chip. But the reality of how hot it gets I think is being distorted by some folks. Here are a couple of articles explaining the heat issues and OC capabilities:
    https://www.anandtech.com/show/13748...res-2999-usd/3
    https://www.tomshardware.com/reviews...pu,5976-3.html

    Even Intel had to use a chiller to get 5.0 GHz to run.

    I have experienced the extreme heat from my CPU and a normal water cooling loop ain't gonna cut it to get where I am right now. And it has taken some effort to get where I am at with a more advanced water cooling loop. I am going to try yet another change to my loop tomorrow to try to get to 5.0 GHz on water. Not sure I can get there but we will see, my score above is at 4.9 GHz on all cores with other OC settings to get that high of a CPU score. People that say they can just throw a block and basic rad/fan loop together to cool this CPU and get 5.0 GHz on all cores with ease are doing a disservice to folks who are thinking of buying this MB and CPU and setting unrealistic expectations.

    This CPU needs great temps to run well period, but if you get the right temps your CPU will run extremely well from all the research I have done and from my actual real life experience. Look at the LN2 videos they OC the heck out of this CPU. But lets be real here it takes LN2 to get those kind of OCs.

    Intel started building chips that are water cooled recommended recently. Now this CPU is the first one might say is chiller recommended if you want the same kind of OCing capability and 24x7 clocks you get on some of their other chips on water. But doing it on water is a lot of fun. But get one and try it out and see how far you get on water. It ain't easy.
    Last edited by CharlieH; 04-26-2019 at 09:34 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Abaidor View Post
    Amazing how well this clocks under water! I was not expecting it but most probably the huge surface area of the CPU plays a big part in thermal transfer along with the fact that some serious binning must be going for these CPUs.
    From reviews you can overclock on a basic loop up to around 4.7Ghz heat only becomes a issue in a basic loop after water temps warm up, this is also pointed out about LN2

    On liquid nitrogen, these things really fly. It really shows you how thermals are limiting us. To give you an idea, at around -100c the chip can run 5.2 GHz at the same voltages I use for a 4.8 GHz overclock on air.

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