Coollaboratory Liquid Ultra 100% Metal Thermal Interface on CPU, IC Diamond on GPU

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  1. Midas Touch

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    @Vasudev @Papusan

    After disabling those services as you guys suggested here is my result @41x

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    I also noticed that MSI Dragon Center is buggy as hell! For example if I set it to a certain clock speed and looking at HWiNFO64 it seems to jump from one clock speed to another...for example I set it the multiplier to 26x it jumps to 41x back and forth hence the reason why my idle temp doesn't go below 50C...I uninstalled it.

    Using Intel XTU to downclock to 8x is giving me 41-44C on idle and it's also giving me overclocking stability and consistent results in Cinebench.
     
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    Lovely. Try TS and disable XTU briefly. Also, use custom thread count for CB 15 say set it 12 threads and check if it can hold up.
     
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    Will do.
     
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    @Midas Touch
    For 6820HK, undervolt+overclock requires x40 or lower. Usually -50mv at x40. Some good chips can do -100mv, but that's rare. May need x39.
    For 7820HK, you can do -100mv at x42.
     
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    You're right...40x -50mv seems to be the most stable so far.
     
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    @Vasudev @Papusan @hmscott

    Do you guys have a game called Dying Light? It would seems that running it in Borderless Windowed Mode produces a lot of heat (92C) and thermal throttle, I thought my repaste was good but now it's being pushed to the limit by this game.

    It's just strange because XTU stress test for 1 hour did not exceed to 90C.
     
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    I'm not a gamer. I can't memorize your machine. Shared pipes-heatsink will pump up temp on processor.
     
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    Oh okay, I tried my luck in asking anyway.

    MSI GT80S does not have shared heat sinks, the heat sinks for the CPU is separate and so does the 2x heatsinks for 2 x GPU
     
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    Running CPU and GPU at the same time will still generate heat. And I think DL uses AVX. How many threads does it use?
     
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    Papusan BGABOOKS = That sucks!! STAHP! Dont buy FILTH...

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    Follow up what's happening in real time. Use Hwinfo and RTSS
     
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