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    Quote Originally Posted by Arne Saknussemm View Post
    I did this to a H100 back in the day...after it leaked...my first words were "what a load of ba**s! Where's that EK link to build a real loop!"
    Chuckle... $100 water cooling loop, what did you expect? ;-) I'm very pleased with mine, but I set my expectations appropriately. I'm equally pleased with with my EK loop, but it was a lot more work and money (and worth every penny).

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    So, 4.5, 4.6 and now 4.7 @ 1.3V. 4.875 required 1.38v, but I can't beat my or Gobe's Realbench without pulling some dimms (this is with 8x16=128G at 2800). Can't get 3000 much less 3200 running with all 8 populated.

    You can see it got a little warm under prolonged stress (a few hours), but still manageable.

    Mind you, this is without "cooling heroics" (beyond an EK monoblock, which while awesome, requires no ice or other shenanigans.
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    Oh and someone had mentioned ramdisks to speed up realbench not working. I saw the same. I suspect you are just increasing the chatter on the IMC as a result of reading/writing ram as if it were a disk. Better off just letting the cache do its job and/or have a really fast disk in the first place.

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    Got the custom loop and 5 GHz.

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    cekim...Gobe Nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gobe View Post
    got the custom loop and 5 ghz.
    nice!

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    I for one prefer shenanigans and think they should be mandatory

    Good stuff going on here I like it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Menthol View Post
    I for one prefer shenanigans and think they should be mandatory

    Good stuff going on here I like it
    Only if they are light-hearted and fun. If they are tragic and cruel then they aren't even really shenanigans are they?

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    My latest is in the other thread - 5GHz club official on this cpu now at 1.35 which is just dumbfounding. It's not stable enough to bench there, but can browse around in windows indefinitely.

    As far as stability, 4.8 @ 1.32 made it 1:06 in aid64 - and then stopped complaining of an error. That has one core hitting 97C, so it looks like baring cooling shenanigans, 4.7 is the daily-driver limit for this one...

    However... given that 4.8/4.9/5.0 are all relatively stable at ludicrously low voltages, there is some fun to be had here beyond daily driver.

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