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    Quote Originally Posted by felix_w View Post
    If your tubing is long enough you can leave the rad outside, so the tubing passes through a small gap of the door/window

    This is how my setup is, actually, but permanent. I have a Phobya 1080 with D5 placed outside and i guided the tubing through the outer wall into the room...

    You can gain a 7-8C difference and still not freeze yourself
    I thought about that. But my tubing is not long enough. And There is not enough space outside the window to accommodate such a monster as the Mora3 .
    But 7C less would surely help improve my OC. But did you never experience condensation issues in winter? I mean when temps outside are near 0 and 20 in your room.

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    I had bought DragonSkinFX to insulate the board and foam for board and tubing. I managed to control this with a dehumidifier, since ΔΤ is not so high and keeping the humidity at 35-40% had the same effect.

    Room temperature is 19C and lowest outer temperature the previous 2 years was 8C @ 5AM (while pc was not operating). I also had plans of adding a temperature relay for the radiator fans, for controlling the lowest water temperature.


    Right now, while pc is idle :




    You can use L-brackets to secure it outside the windows and get 2-3 meters of tubing to extend it to this point, if your case is close to it. The phobya 1080 actually is almost the same size with MO-RA, so no problem.
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    Oh wow... this looks promising!
    Any news on max OC with water?
    I think this chip could potentially outperform my existing OC'd 3770

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    Maximum for my first retail 9590s in normal ambients and cooling:

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    this is not bad, but I have one better chip. Later at weekend I can push it
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    Hey FlanK3r,

    Sadly, the AMD section is pretty dead nowadays... Sucks that they're not really competitive anymore, but "it is what it is".
    I still enjoy tweaking them, and my 8370E is a nice chip!

    As you requested, I did a CB11.5 test tonight... It was actually a little tougher than CB15 was! Since it's kinda cold tonight I made a ghetto rig to take advantage!
    Here's a pic of what I'm working with (28f outside during testing):


    After patching this cheesy gear together to help here's what I got for CB 11.5:


    The slight mods they made to the 8370E make it a decent upgrade! I've been an AMD guy since Commodore (Amiga) went out of business. Hopefully things will come back around...
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    very nice setup Dave . We are with few others last enthusiast of AMD here . I believe, next year in the end AMD bringt us something good. Vishera was good, but now is more than 2 years old...Hard fight against 22nm Haswells...
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    remember, this thread is only for AMD systems, but nice score man
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    Athlon x4 860K 4.8p 5100 MHz (quick pot at CPU without mounting and LN2 :-) )

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    hi folks,

    i thought i'd do a small update for my machine since its been a while. i've been running 2 cores on each of the 8 dies of my Quad Opteron machine at 3.6 GHz and 1.275v just fine... i leave the rest at just 1.4 GHz and run all my programs on the fast cores... but just for giggles i set all cores to run at 3.2 GHz to revisit my Cinebench score... just thought i would share the updated results here:



    can watch the run here:
    www.youtube.com/watch?v=xecGoW-iwb8

    hope you folks enjoy watching it

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    Dual Opteron 6380ES @ 4,1GHz 1,36V Vcore, on a Supermicro H8DGI-F:
    never say never.../WS and S939 collector-dual:socket 7 PR351,PIII-GA-6BXDS,MSI694D,S370DDE, socketA-S2469,A7M266D, socket940-TyanS2895,S2877,SM H8DCE, socketF-XW9400, socket T-DellT7500, G34
    rig1: Dual Opty6386ES, 6380ES Thermalright HR01+ Supermicro H8DGI-F 32GB DDR3 460GTX
    rig2: i7 980X DFI UT X58-T3eH8 24GB Corsair Vengeance DDR1600 CL9 True120BE GA 460GTX
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    rig4: HP XW9400 Dual Opty2435 32GB DDR2 ECC 2x146GB SAS X-Fi EM GA 460GTX

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    Thats a sweet result. Nice to see some other Opteron ES results here. How much power are you pulling from the wall during the run? And how do you like OCNG?

    Quote Originally Posted by DavidMMM View Post
    Dual Opteron 6380ES @ 4,1GHz 1,36V Vcore, on a Supermicro H8DGI-F:

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    @rvborgh:
    a) I don't have a "kill a watt" type plug, but I'll try to get one;
    b) OCNG is a nice tool, unfortunately it was available for dual CPU Supermicro boards only early 2016. Secondly, it has been conceived considering the limitations of the VRM's included on the motherboard, as the additional 85-90 mV you get for a 6380ES TDP115W are not enough, and for a 6386ES TDP140W are more than enough but the VRM cannot handle them over 4,2 GHz. I have both pairs of ES CPUs.
    never say never.../WS and S939 collector-dual:socket 7 PR351,PIII-GA-6BXDS,MSI694D,S370DDE, socketA-S2469,A7M266D, socket940-TyanS2895,S2877,SM H8DCE, socketF-XW9400, socket T-DellT7500, G34
    rig1: Dual Opty6386ES, 6380ES Thermalright HR01+ Supermicro H8DGI-F 32GB DDR3 460GTX
    rig2: i7 980X DFI UT X58-T3eH8 24GB Corsair Vengeance DDR1600 CL9 True120BE GA 460GTX
    rig3: X5690 Asus P6X58E-Pro 12GB Samsung LoVo DDR2133 CL8 True120
    rig4: HP XW9400 Dual Opty2435 32GB DDR2 ECC 2x146GB SAS X-Fi EM GA 460GTX

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    i've always wondered if the on board VRMs have a safety switch of some sort. i usually run 2.1 GHz first core, then 3.6 GHz second, then 1.4 GHZ, 1.4 GHz and 3.6 GHz again, then 1.4 GHz last core... and repeat all the way through all 48 cores. i absolutely cannot go beyond 3.6 GHz on the fast cores without the machine just going blank (ie monitor going to all black, when things go into full load). Everything is fine at 1.275v however.

    i think i seriously need to run some VRM heat sinks... airflow on mine is quite good as i run a SuperMicro case with this quad board.

    i've really only seen 2 BD arch (ie 62xx, 63xx) Opteron Cinebench results that i was impressed with... and one is yours. There is another guy that managed 4.1 as well... with good results as well. You seem to have yours setup very well.

    Have you tried running staggered cores like i do? i wonder if you could get the "fast" cores running much faster - say 4.6 GHz?

    16x4.6 GHz cores = ultimate Piledriver machine



    Quote Originally Posted by DavidMMM View Post
    @rvborgh:
    a) I don't have a "kill a watt" type plug, but I'll try to get one;
    b) OCNG is a nice tool, unfortunately it was available for dual CPU Supermicro boards only early 2016. Secondly, it has been conceived considering the limitations of the VRM's included on the motherboard, as the additional 85-90 mV you get for a 6380ES TDP115W are not enough, and for a 6386ES TDP140W are more than enough but the VRM cannot handle them over 4,2 GHz. I have both pairs of ES CPUs.
    Last edited by rvborgh; 09-15-2016 at 05:10 PM.

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    @rvborgh:
    a) there is a kind of wall - for 6380ES - 4,1GHz and for 6386ES - 4,2GHz - from which, no matter the voltage you put in the CPU, they cannot cope with the benchmarks / stress tests. The 6380ES is limited by the +85-90mV given by the modified BIOS, but even if the 6386ES has not this problem, it cannot be raised more then 4,3-4,4GHz with all cores;
    b) there is also an issue with the air cooling - assuming you are using Noctua 12cm coolers,with the air flow horizontal in a tower case - from HDD cage to the backplate/shield of the mobo,the dimensions of the cooler do not allow to install even 4 of the 8 DIMM's per CPU. Only Noctua 9cm cooler allows installation of all DIMMs as described above, but cannot cope with TDP 140W + overcloking. I'm using a Thermalright HR01+ and HR01 with custom made clip for G34, which allows me to install only 4+4 DIMMs.
    c) as the Piledriver cores need a lot of power and the best single CPU arrangements are the 12+2 phases motherboards(Asus CH5-formulaZ, Asrock 990FX Extreme9), with 2 "Piledriver" cores glued together with a common L3 cache, the SM mobo 6 phase power supply is the issues - I don't think the cooling of the VRM will help more, and forcing the mobo will have dramatic effects regarding its remaining lifetime;
    d) I will try a run with staggered cores if possible, as this arrangement will put a lower pressure on the mobo's VRM, unfortunately I have only two week-ends per month when I can play with my toys.
    never say never.../WS and S939 collector-dual:socket 7 PR351,PIII-GA-6BXDS,MSI694D,S370DDE, socketA-S2469,A7M266D, socket940-TyanS2895,S2877,SM H8DCE, socketF-XW9400, socket T-DellT7500, G34
    rig1: Dual Opty6386ES, 6380ES Thermalright HR01+ Supermicro H8DGI-F 32GB DDR3 460GTX
    rig2: i7 980X DFI UT X58-T3eH8 24GB Corsair Vengeance DDR1600 CL9 True120BE GA 460GTX
    rig3: X5690 Asus P6X58E-Pro 12GB Samsung LoVo DDR2133 CL8 True120
    rig4: HP XW9400 Dual Opty2435 32GB DDR2 ECC 2x146GB SAS X-Fi EM GA 460GTX

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