*Official* NBR Desktop Overclocker's Lounge [laptop owners welcome, too]

Discussion in 'Desktop Hardware' started by Mr. Fox, Nov 5, 2017.

  1. jaug1337

    jaug1337 de_dust2

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    Well with those temps I understand, I currently keep my 5820k idle at the same temp @4.6GHz with max temps hitting 62°C max with a AIO @1.316v

    I've hit 5GHz @1.46 but temps rose to 90°C when benchmarking, which I don't like, so here's to cool temps :cool:
     
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  2. Mr. Fox

    Mr. Fox Undefiled BGA-Hating Elitist

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    Well next time we have a benching party you can test these Corsair 4000 sticks and see how high they can go. :D
     
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  3. Johnksss

    Johnksss Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    For sure.
    I totally changed everything. I bought all new fittings for the chiller plus inline temp sensor. New tubing in clear. New water block. New bench table, but there seems to be some technical difficulties with that part. LOL

    Now system drops to below 40F (Lowest being 32F=0C) under full load. That is about 5C water temp. So I'm pretty sure it would run the 8700K at 0 or 32F, but then the board would need to be insulated around the cpu.
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  4. Mr. Fox

    Mr. Fox Undefiled BGA-Hating Elitist

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    Awe, man... looks sweet, Brother John. I can hardly wait. Let's get together again in the latter half of June, either your place or mine.

    Did you get a Kingpin 1080TI?

    Where did you get that inline H20 temp sensor?
     
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    Johnksss Notebook Nobel Laureate

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  6. Mr. Fox

    Mr. Fox Undefiled BGA-Hating Elitist

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    Seems to fit here as a point of reference.
     
  7. Talon

    Talon Notebook Virtuoso

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    @Mr. Fox has the new 1440p G-Sync monitor arrived yet?
     
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  8. Mr. Fox

    Mr. Fox Undefiled BGA-Hating Elitist

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    Yes, as a matter of fact, it has Brother @Talon. It's totally awesome. No backlight bleeding and no dead or stuck pixels. Runs 165Hz with no effort. Loving it. I haven't played around with G-Stink yet. Not sure what "ULMB" technology is. Never heard of that before. Going to have to Google it and see what the purpose of that is and decide if I care. The red is not as tacky looking as I expected. I'm still not in love with that, but it looks a lot more gawdy in photos, including my own. It's not nearly as "matador" orangey-red tacky looking as photos portray it. But, I am very pleased with it overall.

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  9. yrekabakery

    yrekabakery Notebook Evangelist

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    @Mr. Fox ULMB used to be called LightBoost during the pre G-Sync days. As the name states, it uses backlight strobing to reduce motion blur or ghosting during fast motion. It's supposed to make LCDs basically on-par with CRTs in terms of motion clarity, but the downsides to ULMB are that it lowers your max refresh rate (typically to 120Hz or 144Hz), lower brightness, and flicker. That said, many competitive gamers still prefer ULMB at a lower refresh rate to G-Sync at a higher refresh rate.

    Edit: Here is a demo. The difference in motion blur with and without BFI should be obvious. You can also play around with the controls.
     
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  10. Mr. Fox

    Mr. Fox Undefiled BGA-Hating Elitist

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    Thank you. Very good explanation. I can see where changing the settings between fixed refresh rate, ULMB and GSYNC changes what the browser test tells me, but I am not able to recognize a difference (visually) in how the motion looks on my screen. It looks the same to me regardless of the settings are applied in NVCP and I do not see any motion blur. Everything looks buttery smooth no matter what settings I choose. But, I will try tinkering more with the browser controls. Maybe I can induce it or something. :vbthumbsup:

    Edit: OK, now when I do this configuration there is a CRAZY amount of difference that can be noticed. The bottom row looks super smooth like the default browser test, but the lines above it really suck. BAADDD motion blur, LOL.
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