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  1. I'm trying to use ANY good looking low end shader pack with minecraft, but any pack i install causes my game to run at ~30fps, otherwise the game only runs at ~150fps. This is with render distance of 20. I am aware minecraft java edition is very unoptimized; I am aware shaders cause fps drops. As far as i know, all drivers and java are updated to latest. Specs: win10 i7-7700k 1080 ti OS & game installed on samsung m.2 ssd
  2. So, a few years ago I made the mistake of buying my first PC as a prebuilt. This prebuilt came with an i7-7700K and GTX 1080. I want to game reliably at 1440p, 144Hz. I have a budget of $3,000 CAD. The motherboard in there now has no expand-ability and limits my RAM speed quite a bit (ASRock H110m-ds/hyper). I would also like to put in bluetooth/NVME drive etc. I am thinking a motherboard/PSU replacement is best until the new Nvidia cards come out later this year. OR I can sell my current PC to my brother for 1k and do a new build right now. With a new build, I could use my current SSDs(1TB/256GB) and RAM (16GB 3000MHz). What do y'all suggest? Any recommendations welcome!
  3. Hello everyone! I'm trying to overclock my i7-7700K on Gigabyte Z270 Gaming K3 motherboard. Every time I apply any changes in BIOS, the clocks change there and are being shown by it's monitor but when I boot into Windows, none of the monitoring programs nor the system show any changes (putting the CPU under load doesn't help too). I've tried various methods, tutorials, even the Gigabyte's overclocking guide, clearing CMOS, F7 and F9d versions of BIOS, double checked windows' power plan (is set to performance mode). Some changes show only when I change multipliers with programs such as XTU or Gigabyte EasyTune but I want to overclock it in BIOS. Also my Windows is a fresh install with all drivers updated. Would appreciate any help since everything I've tried was pointless... My specs: -mobo: Gigabyte GA-Z270-GAMING K3 -cpu: Intel Core i7-7700K -cpu cooler: SilentiumPC Fera 3 120mm -ram: G.SKILL 16GB 3000MHz Ripjaws V Red CL15 (2x8GB) -ssd: Samsung 500GB M.2 PCIe NVMe 970 EVO Plus -gpu: GIGABYTE AORUS GTX 1080 Ti XTREME Edition -psu: Corsair CX750M 750W 80 Plus Bronze -system: Win 10 Home (Build 18363.720)
  4. I've been trying to figure out for a while if my AIO is performing incorrectly or if my CPU just naturally runs hot. I'm running a Intel i7-7700K with a Corsair H100i Pro, all details of system are in the UserBenchmark PDF if interested, or if it helps. After running Cinnabench I got max temps of 83°C (readings from HWMonitor) running a clock speed of just under 4.4Ghz. While in HWMonitor it was showing all the detailed readings such as the listed 83°C, in iCue, it was showing the AIO temp from 32-34°C, drastically different. While I'm not sure if that's the block temperature or loop temperature, it still seems way too different. I'll add some screenshots of the readings from the Cinnabench benchmark. I'm looking to figure out if it likely the cooling solution that has malfunctioned or if my CPU just runs that hot and the cooling solution is not the issue. Any help or insight on the matter would be greatly appreciated. Thanks Asus STRIX Z270H GAMING Performance Results - UserBenchmark.pdf
  5. Hey all! I find myself in need of some friendly advice, so please help if you can! Super quick back story, started a build in 2016 and recieved a life changing injury to my back...now it's finally time to finish the build and I'm between a rock and a hard place. Here's why... I've already purchased - Corsair 780T case - MSI gaming M7 Z170A mobo - EK Monoblock for the Z170A MSI mobo 2x8Gb G.Skill Trident Z Silver/Red 3200mhz - EK PE360 rad - Bitspower 250 res w/ EK D5 pump, Bitspower black sparkle pump housing - Singularity Computers (AUS) Res to rad mounts (NOT CHEAP) Now....here we are in July 2019 and I am finally, and barely able to dedicate a bit of cash to finishing the build. What's the problem you ask? The issue I am facing is I have spent hundreds (CAD) on the mobo and ek monoblock, not to mention all the water cooling components not in the form of an AIO, and I am unable to use the newer Intel processors. I would love to buy an I7-9700k, but my MSI M7 Z170a wont accept it. I have been told I can run a I7-7700k if I update my BIOS. Otherwise, I'm looking at buying a new mobo...and having to try and sell my z170a & EK Monoblock, and either buy a new CPU waterblock or scrapping all my expensive cooling gear and yet again spend money on an AIO for another new mobo. Ugh. I'd like to run a RTX 2070 Super if I can get my hands on one, as well as a 144hz 1440p monitor. The PC will be used as my entertainment system, movies and music as well as World of Tanks, Battlefield 5 and a couple other common titles. IS IT WORTH GOING THROUGH ALL THAT!? Or should I just buy a I7-7700k and finish with the gear I've already invested in? Will I be missing out so much that I wouldn't enjoy the new system? Is a new Z390 w/ 9th gen chip nessessary to enjoy a RTX 2070 SUPER or 2080 at 1440p on high to ultra settings? VS Using an MSI Gaming M7 w/ I7-7700k? If you made it this far, I really appreciate your time and any feedback you can share with me. Thanks very kindly. Isle-Renner
  6. I am planning on upgrading my cpu. My current one is an i5-4670k with an hyper EVO 212 for cooling. My question is whether I should get the 8700k or 7700k? Is the latest and greatest worth the extra little money? My plan is souly for gaming on this CPU. The games I like to play are battlefield and arma3 (if that matters). So, is it overkill to get the 8700k? I just want to make sure I have an amazing CPUs that won’t need to be switched out for a while.
  7. Not sure if this is the best place to put this but it's still technically liquid cooling. So, I have my i7-7700k overclocked on the ASUS Z270-E motherboard (BIOS 1302) to 4.8GHz @1.25V and I'm having some trouble with the temperatures that I'm seeing from my Corsair H110i cooler. Typical loads and stress tests put the average temperature at around 80°C with the occasion spike up to 88°C. It has been rock steady as an overclock but yesterday I had to force restart my system when playing Monster Hunter: World (system fully locked up) I have no idea what temperature the CPU reached whilst I was gaming as I have had this OC for months. When I restarted my system I got a BIOS error for CPU temperature. Looking in the BIOS my CPU temperature was still up at 61°C with a water temperature of 43-45°C (from cold boot this is usually around 28°C). Admittedly I had my cooler set to the quiet setting so 2300rpm on the pump and 1100-1800rpm on the fans (Corsair ML140 pros) depending on load. For now I have reduced my overclock to 4.6GHz @1.2V to be safe followed by setting the pump to performance (2800rpm) and my temperatures went down to 70-75°C under Monster Hunter load (monitored via HWinfo64 on second screen). Do these temps look like a potentially failing pump to you. If you reckon it's on its way out do you have any recommendations on coolers to replace it with. Additional info: Case: Phanteks Enthoo Pro M (glass) 2x140mm intake fans (provided with case) EVGA 1080TI FTW3 GPU No other exhaust fans apart from CPU cooler. If you need any more info I'd be happy to share what I can remember.
  8. Hello there, I'm intending to upgrade my pc, cpu wise (idc about mobo price). My Current PC Hardware. CPU - i5-6600k Skylake 3.5GHz MOBO - Gigabyte - GA-Z170-HD3P ATX GPU - EVGA GeForce GTX 1060 SC GAMING RAM - 16gb Kingston HyperX DDR4-2133MHz (Got the GPU and RAM before price spike) I'm trying to see whether the i5-8600k or the i7-7700k is better for both gaming and editing, as I'm a daily gamer and I edit photos with adobe products and edit videos with adobe products and want the pc to last as long as possible (I thought about Ryzen but I heard it's still not optimized for some games and heard it's not as good for editing.) I record videos in 4k downscaled to 1440p, sometimes 1080p and sometimes it'll just be 4K, so I prefer a smooth fps when editing and gaming. I play CSGO, Pubg, Fortnite, I edit with all adobe products, photoshop, lightroom, premiere. So what CPU would you guys suggest I should get? and Thank you for your feedback!
  9. Hey I am not sure where to ask this and I hope I got this right I'd need some info I am currently looking to upgrade my rig (i3-6100 +gtx 1050 2gb + 8gb ram) And I decided to go for a good cpu that'd allow me to stream/render/edit easily Several people kept suggesting i7-7700k My motherboard is compatible (h110m-c) with just a simple bios update Budget: 370€ / 450$ Main question: is the cpu too powerful for the gpu Other Questions are: 1) is it worth the upgrade if i want to stream games 1080p? 2) will it bottleneck(im quite sure everything would bottleneck somehow) but would it be really bad? 3) should I go for it and later on (in few months) upgrade my gpu aswell or get some other cpu now 4) if it will bottleneck, what other good cpu for content creation/streaming do you guys suggest? Thank you for reading/helping and if my questions are dumb is because Im frankly new to this
  10. Hello All i have had an issue ever since i got this board an ASUS Maximus ix code. so...back story i was super stoked to build my second ever gaming PC but my excitement quickly turned to horror as my system without warning and seemingly without cause starts to shut down under load so be a some what tech savvy person start trouble shooting.....months pass having lost hope I've been dealing with the shutdowns ever since. I have recently undertaken the battle again with little success, i have tried replacing my graphics card, testing my ram and each ram slot, replacing my power supply, testing my CPU with software.....Please for the love of god someone has to have information !! any and all information i can get to maybe resolve the issue would be fantastic sincerely a very frustrated PC owner
  11. Greetings, This is a build plan for gaming purpose. I do want to experience the power of GTX 1080 ti, so I started from there and tried make it as budget-friendly as possible. Here is the list of parts. Any suggestion or comment would be great. Much appreciation! Location: US. Monitor: 2 or 3
  12. Hi, I'm looking to get temps down and increase overclocking headroom. So the two best ways to do so from what I've read is liquid cooling and delidding. Running an i7-7700k Btw, currently with cryorig H7 but I'm gonna upgrade to liquid soon. So here are my questions: - Should I pay silicone lottery or some other service to delid it for me? Or should I do the delid myself? - If I hire a delidding service, is there a chance that they send me back a broken chip? Or none at all? - How much of a temperature difference does it really make? - Is it worth the voided warranty? Thanks guys!
  13. Hey guys! I'd like to share my work with you all, here's a time lapse build log I've been working on alongside working on my new PC Let me know what you think!
  14. I want to upgrade my current build, I have an nVidia 1070, an SSD, a 2TB HDD, Power supply, and a Disk drive. So I would like to upgrade (buy) a new motherboard, CPU, RAM, and CPU liquid cooler. My entire build revolves around what CPU I get and I have looked at so many benchmarks and videos and still can't decide between the Ryzen 7 1700X or the Intel i7-7700K any help would be appreciated. I am using the PC mainly for gaming, but I will on occasion mess around with FL Studio and my Midi Keyboard.
  15. Hey all, Just wanted to share my almost finished build. I live in an apartment with my girlfriend who has a crafting station already. This limits my space for a gaming setup so I went with a small case for factor. I decided to go with the corsair air 240. Below are parts of my build: Case: air240 Cpu:i77700k delidded with rockit88 kit applied conductonaut ti cpu die Also, replaced intels ihs with rockit's beautiful copper ihs. Temps stayed dropped hard after installation. Gpu: 1080 ti founders edition Ram: 16gb (8 x 2) corsair vengance lpx 3000mhz cl15 Ssd: Samsung evo 960 1tb M.2: Samsung evo 960 250gb nvme m.2 Mobo: asrock z270m extreme4 Psu:SeaSonic Electronics PRIME Titanium 650W 80 Plus Titanium Modular Power Supply Fans: 3x corsair ml120 white Custom Waterloop Gpu: ek full cover waterblock Cpu: ek supremacy evo Radiators: 240mm ultra stealth black nemesis white radiator & 120mm ultra stealth black nemesis white radiator Reservoir: Alphacool: 150mm eisenbacher reservoir Pump: ek d5 pump Tubing: thermaltake petg (the best tubing known to man. So easy to work with) Fittings: eK white hardline fittings Fluid: cl1000 opaque white Peripherals not shown in pictures: Mouse: corsair m65 pro Mousepad: corsair mm800 rgb Keyboard: corsair k70 rgb rapidfire Headset: corsair void pro Monitor: acer predator x34P overclocked 120hz (just bought this baby today ) Back of case tubing: ek zmt matte black soft line tubing with ek soft line fittings and horsepower spout Custom cable sleeving from mainframe customs *custom wires ti exact length with custom sleeving. Also added a custom side panel made of cle as r acrylic with 1/2" standoffs (painted copper) I think I got everything lol! This build was certainly a challenge. My first pump alphacools vpp755 d5 pump was a dud and delayed build by a week. So picked up eks pump and it is working wonderfully. Another challenge was working in such a small case. Truly a challenge. From being able to find the parts that actually fit in the case, to running soft tubing in back without kinks in the back, to making sure the build was nice, neat, and clean looking. That was my main goal. I wanted a clean looking build like when you get all dressed up for a formal dinner party in your "suit and tie", hence the name of this build "suit and tie" along with that I tried to stay with the black and white theme. But then i realized that my blocks were copper so i wanted to incorporate copper copper into the color scheme. I will be adding more copper to this build by painting white fittings copper, and putting copper painted accents when I do the white mobo tray which will take up the entire back side of the case. This build is far from over as I want to clean it up a bit by adding more white acrylic paneling to the top and, as previously mentioned to the backside of the case as a mobo tray. I also spray painted the metal grates copper to incorporate more copper into the color scheme. Please let me know what you think. All critisicim is welcome as I am constantly upgrading/updating/modding this build. In my eyes this build will never be complete :))
  16. Hi all, first time using this forum to reach out for help, so please tell me (and excuse me) if I do any mistakes. My CPU performs pretty poor imo (868 at cinebench with stock settings) and at the same time runs quite hot (up to 80°C while running cinebench). I tried to OC the CPU (4.8 GHz at 1.35V) which results in a unstable system due to high temps (BSODs and system locks). Running at that 4.8 GHz, I achieved 966 at cinebench with temps peaking up to 97°C. My question is, how can I get these temperature under control, do I have to upgrade my cooling situation, what way would be the most efficient? I checked the installation of my heatsink twice and applied fresh thermal paste (amasan T12 Wärmeleitpaste) without seeing any differences. I had these temp problems through winter with low ambient temperatures and am especially worried since summer is comming and it will get quite warm in my room with that PC running. Specs: Case: BitFenix Raider with 3 pre-installed 120mm fans PSU: be quiet! Straigt Power E9 450W ATX 2.4 Heatsink: Thermalright Macho 120 CPU: i7-7700k Motherboard: Asus Prime Z270-A Intel Z270 So.1151 Dual Channel DDR ATX Retail RAM: 16GB Corsair Vengeance LPX black DDR4-3000 DIMM CL15 Dual Kit GPU: 8GB Palit GeForce GTX 1080 Dual OC Active PCIe 3.0 x16 (Retail) Storage: Transcend 480GB SSD, Western Digital WD Green 1TB HDD OS: Windows 10 64bit Quick edit: I attached a picture of my case so you guys can judge the airflow better. There are 2 120mm fans in the bottom right blowing in and 1 120m fan left of the heatsink blowing out. The PSU intakes air from the left and blows it up into the case (I think) Looking forward to your comments
  17. Intel Core i7-7700K Kaby Lake Quad-Core 4.2 GHz Gigabyte GA-B250-HD3 G.SKILL Ripjaws4 DDR4 2400MHz 16GB (2x8GB) Sapphire RX 560 Pulse OC 4gb Intel 540s Series M.2 2280 240GB SATA III TLC Internal Solid State Drive Seagate Desktop HDD ST1000DM003 1TB 64MB Cache SATA 6.0Gb/s Deepcool Ice Blade Pro V2 Aircooler Corsair VS550 550 Watt Power Supply it's for 3D Rendering, Video editing and Gaming (AC syndicate, Shadow of mordor, skyrim etc) my friend says that the processor is too big for gaming, "this will be a bottleneck". But he doesn't know if that also goes for rendering i want it to be more affordable with multiple uses please help
  18. Hello I finaly did it. Gathered all my courage and delided my i7-7700k because of the abnormally high temperatures. Replaced the TIM with Coollab liquid pro and reattached the lid with (black) High temp silicone. It all went smoothly. I did this one hour ago. As it is drying inside the relid tool i'm wondering how long i have to let it dry before i can take it back into service. Thx in advance
  19. Hi, can someone take a look at this and tell me why dafuq is "VID" doing at 1.4volts+?
  20. I'm making a new build for gaming and game development. Right now i'm looking into the i7-7700k or the r7 1700. The r7 1700 seemes better for game development, and can be overclocked to get similar performance to a 1700x or 1800x. While the i7-7700k gets better gaming preformance. I was wondering which one everyone would reccomend, and thanks for the help.
  21. The title says it all. I'm looking for an upgrade from my 8350, and I'm going into game development. I plan to use Unreal Engine 4, Unity, and the Cry Engine. As of now, I'm looking at a few. Mainly the 1700x or the i7-7700k. I wouldn't be opposed to paying extra for a 1800x, but much more is too expensive. I was wondering what anyone would recommend, and thanks for the help.
  22. Hey, First of all I apologize because I'm not a PC wizard and don't know much about the CPU temps. This is my first PC build, hence I'd need some advice. I'm struggling because my i7-7700K temps seem a bit high even though I have a decent cooling (NZXT Kraken X62 AIO). I understood that the Kaby Lake flagship runs a bit hotter than previous Intel chips because of the higher clocks (4.2GHz w/ 4.5GHz boost). My 7700K is at stock clocks, no overclocking done. I'd be tempted to try it out but the seemingly high stock temps keep me from doing it. I had to replace the NZXT Kraken X62 stock thermal paste because I had to take the cooler off at one point. I changed the paste to a Thermal Grizzly Hydronaut, which had pretty good reviews. I hope I did it right, I used something between a pea and a line method to apply the paste. So basically I should have a very good cooling and paste combo for my CPU now and expected to get good temps as well. However the idle temps sit around 30-35C now. I could have sworn my idle temps were around 25C for that short time I had the stock paste of NZXT kraken x62. It seems to me that many have idle temps around 25C as well. Am I doing something wrong or is this really normal? I also get spikes of over 70C while playing (Civilization VI), just spikes, not constant temps. I don't know if such spikes are normal. I haven't measured my average temps while gaming. On below you can find some stats. Please let me know if I'm missing something. CPU Temps: Idle: 30-35C Cinebench: ~ 64C Intel Extreme Tuning Utility CPU Test (100% Stress, 15min): Temp Range: ~50-70C, going up and down fast during the test Peaks: | #0 - 71C | #1 - 69C | #2 - 71C | #3 - 72C | package 72C Things you should know: Cooling: CPU: NZXT Kraken X62 (100% Pump, 50% Fans), on top for exhaust Case: 3x 120mm intake in front (speed 40%), 1x 140mm exhaust (speed 40%) on the back Other: Case: NZXT H440 (2015 edition), not the most ideal for air flow but shouldn't matter that much Thermal Paste: Thermal Grizzly Hydronaut RAM: G.Skill Trident Z RGB (XMP enabled, 3200MHz, CL14, 1.2V) GPU: KFA2 GTX 1070 (HOF Edition) Room temperature: ~23C Thank you so much in advance to anyone who bothers to help me. ❤ EDIT: http://imgur.com/a/zPGmR a screenshot during the stress test
  23. introduction Behind many waters, far far away in some land...there was engineering Office. And there few smart people, put their heads together and created ROG hardware for enthusiast and overclockers:) It was more than 10 years ago. LOng time ago until last generation the "Extreme" products were focused for LN2 directly. Others ROG boards could work very well with LN2 also, but Extreme was something more. DRAM switches, PCIe switches, voltage points etc... However, this year in January was presented new series "APEX", which functionally replaces Maximus Extreme. To Maximus Extreme will include other water - literally Apex is motherboard for LN2 with all stuffs inside. Even the original design was so geeks that the motherboard did not have all audio tracks. Because for hardcore overclockers is audio useless thing. Signal interference. But afterall, the board looks like looks and has it audio part SUpremeFX. CHIPSET Let's look at the chipset itself. Intel introduced a trio of chipsets for termination field: Z270, H270 and B250. Simplifield difference is in the number of PCIe lines in southbridge and therefore other support M.2 SSDs (explained later), support for dual graphics cards AMD/Nvidia, the number of USB 3.0 / 3.1, and even according to the manufacturer's plate. But we are focused at Intel Z270 and concrete at Maximus IX Apex general characteristics of chipset Z270 memory support 2400 MHz DDR4 16x PCIe 3.0 lines in CPU extra 4 PCIe 3.0 lines in PCH compared to Z170 Dual Optane support - up to 2x M.2 SSDs NVMe/RAID 10x USB3.0 6x SATA -for APEX, eg. 4x SATA, no needed for LN2 games Note that Apex has dedicated some USB lines for special functions such as keybot. At Z270 chipset u can run two M.2 PCIe in NVME protocol mode. In H270 also (one of the discs working at the speed X2), but B250 has not (one be in mode PCIe, second must be in SATA mode). If you will to use the M.2 SATA disc, you should know that the communication part is shared with certain SATA connectors, it can always check in advance before plugging the system. Generally it can say that Z270 is a modern and enjoyable chipset, where the next 4 PCIe lines are are useful. Motherboard description in theory Although the board is equipped mainly for extreme overclocking, also has benefits for watercooling setups. These are connectors for AIO or for classic watercooling pump and flowsensor and tempsensor of IN and OUT also. Very smart solution. Water cooling is controlled with 3A fan header, AIO has "only" 1A. Connectors are useful Konektory lze použít i traditional way for PWM/DC control. The fans power plan. Now very special DDR slot. It is designed for devices that support installation of two M.2 drives. But why to inside DIMM slot? Better cooling capabilities and commonly better access to hardware components. You can also put on device RAM cooler, which then cool down M2 SSDs alone. At DIMM2 device we can see few vents, those used for air flow, which can supply CPU fan. Second slide. DIMM2 slot is on the board identical to DDR4, but still makes it different safety plug, so that even a beginner can not functionally obfuscate. Finally something about extreme OC :). Special new LEDs are a great innovation with detection of condensation! Very helpful. Condensation is the biggest enemy of extreme overclocking. This motherboard has 13 detection sensors. 3 are near the CPU and others around DIM slots, and PCIe. OC zone of motherboard include buttons start, reset, slow mode, pause, CBB switch, retry button, safe button, LN2 jumper, slot PCIe switch, jumpers for activation/deactivation DIMM slots for DRAMs. Take a look at two white 4-pins for fans, these working at full speed LN2 mode jumper = customized settings for LN2, best way enabled it between -100 až -120 C Slow mód přepínač = switch for CPU working at low C-state (in default 800 MHz), switch off and CPU clocks jump up to maximus (sets in BIOS or in TurboV software). Useful for max validations process example. Pause switch = hardwarová pause, PC is in pause/freezing mode, you can it cool down or heat up in your LN2 pot and after continue in hard load benchmark. CBB switch = no more coldbootbugs :-). Eg. Kaby Lake/Skylake has around the -130 C coldbootbug property. If your CPU got coldbootbug, seems as "dead" (00 postcode), you must heat it up. Detection points of condensation - we already know from the previous paragraph Apex board can also support 3D printing. One bracket, eg for minicoolers for DIMM2 slot AURA is everywhere, APEX is coming with lights. With jumpers you can some of the locations turned on/off or even expand on RGB strips. AURA and AURA SYNC is just what a marketing standpoint moves the world, whether one likes it or not. Despite the software it yourself tune in color, synchronization, backlight modes ... Audio Supreme FX its not only Realtek ALC1220, ALC1220 characteristic at the left and at the right is new SupremeFX, sound signal is more clear. Interesting software, which is bundled on the DVD, however, works only with KabyLake on another PC I failed to install (Maximus VIII Hero). The board can be equipped with individual charm, make your own logo. Motherboard description and accessories On the back of the box are then specification and label themselves boards Apex Open the box with ROG logo inside Accessories: set of ROG stickers small ROG stickers eg. at SATA cables 4x SATA cabels RGB extender IO cover Q connector DVD with drivers Manual discount coupon for the sleeve cables of PSU ROG coaster DIMM2 device for M.2 discs M.2 screws ROG HB SLI bridge Installation pad for processor strip for custom logo backlight The motherboard has an atypical design, where individual corners "stretched" and linking the corners of an imaginary forms the letter "X". It stands for "eXtreme". The basic layout of ATX24 pin connector and 2 x 8 pin connectors are at traditional locations. It is well-marked, which osmipin that is primary and the other is only for LN2. Board dimensions correspond with ATX format, but you will certainly be taken aback that the board has only two slots for memory. Why? Because of the extreme overclocking always achieve better results with less crosstalk, and there's two more than 4 :-). I would say that there are about a millimeter closer to the CPU socket than usual. Even so this board can reach one of the few above 4000 MHz DDR4. Upper right corner belongs to the OC zone. Bottom left corner, then audio. Bottom right corner occupies classic case connectivity while the zone for water sensors and RGB. On the motherboard also find three reinforced PCIe slots for video cards. Fourth bottom is connected electrically with the south bridge (PCH). The actual distribution lines for the graphics card is either: 1x 16 PCIe 3.0 (first slot) 2x 8 PCIe 3.0 (first + third slot) 1x 8 + 2x 4 PCIe 3.0 (first+seocnd+third slot) For PCH are shorter two PCIe 1x 3.0, ex for audio card or avermedia card. Look at the M.2 DIMM card. Put this card inside the DIMM2 slot, the slot is near the DDR4 slots. Electrically connected to the south bridge and the equipment itself can place a pair of M.2 NVMe SSDs. Three RAMs? Not, only 2x GSkill TridentZ and DIMM2 device. Few details of motherboard OC zone, where we find the start button, reset, display post, retry and safe button, special LN2 switches, white 4-pins for RGB LED strips, switches of PCIe slots, DRAM jumper and power VRM of memory circuit. Passive coolers are relatively low, mounting screws only from the top, which is an excellent idea, especially for extreme overclockers. At the upper edge of the board are also connectors for fans, controlled PWM/DC itself according to the connected fan. Here we can see a quartet of SATA ports, OC crazy guys dont need much of it. Furthermore, the front USB3.0 port, and extra power for PCIe (Molex). I circled section of jumpers to activate/deactivate some parts of AURA RGB lights. Also white connectors for temperature and fluid flow in wattercooling systems. The lower part contains from left to right: front audio connector, the second RGB header, TPM port, a pair of USB 2.0 ports for connections, ROG connector I / II connector for OC Panel, fans 4-pins and BIOS switch. Motherboard has two BIOSes. This corner contains SupremeFX audio with the FX1220. Generally it contains a chip ALC1220A, extra system of amplifiers and Japanese audio capacitors. PCB is obviously separated, due to low interference. Note also the main control chip ICs from Nuvoton (opposite the second PCIe x16 slot). On this section are some chips for USB3.1 and HDMI. And then encapsulated chip LANguard, protecting against surges the LAN port. IO outputs are solid. We can find a pair of PS2 ports, which is useful to extreme overclockers. Before them is still button for BIOS Flashback feature (below) and CMOS BIOS button (top button). Following DisplayPort and HDMI, 6x USB3.0, LAN, USB3.1 A + C, audio jacks. Digital power of motherboard, VRMs Motherboard for overclocking is definitely created at a solid level. Let's look at the VRM complex of motherboard. I highlighted in red power circuit for processor cores nad iGPU part. This CPU part has 8 digital controlled phases, without any dividers. Exactly its 8 + 2 (CPU+iGPU). Full digitally controlled, high precision using an IR chip. VR chip is framed in red (small frame). CPU has another part called IO and SA. The power circuit is located under the logo of the Republic of Gamers, I've highlighted orange rectangle. It has two separate voltage controllers (red small squares), one for IO and the second for SA. Power circuit for memory has separate, well-controlled digitally also. It is a two phases-and called it in blue color. The main part of the power circuit for CPU cores is probably the most important. MOSFETs are encapsulated (sorry for my english, how to say it-integrated mosfet+drivers) and the manufacturer is Texas Instruments, named CSD87350Q5Ds. You can dismiss an insane value - current up to 400A! The OC is indeed not limited And despite somewhat worse useful practice properties, if necessary MOSFETs are heated to 60 C. BIOS main menu Extreme Tweaker profiles RAM settings Extreme Paradise Advanced settings for SATA and M2 storages or ROG LEDs BOOT section Tools SOFTWARE The board includes the entire package Software. Perhaps most interesting is AI Suite III with many functions. It will offer auto-tuning your PC in the performance, power, cooling, management of energy savings. And most it really works! The interesting part called "turbo applications" which assigns your PC for specific tasks that you have defined frequency turbo processor. Sonic Radar for gamers. Personally for me is more practice Sonic Studio ROG Ramcache, ROG RAM Disk and new one ROG CLone Drive And AURA software RGB effects -AURA Board has literally brutal backlight option, via jumpers certain parts can be deactivated. For example, it glowing logo "Flank3r" or "Republic of Gamers". [VIDEO]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wqGB_F9qctM[/VIDEO] PC AND TEST RESULTS BEFORE AND AFTER overclocking CPU i7-7700K retail L641G series MB Maximus IX Apex CPU cooling AIO Silverstone TD02 Slim RAM GSkill TridentZ 4000 MHz XMP 2x 4GB (in default tests worked at JEDEC 2133 MHZ, in OC at XMP profile) PSU Corsair AX1200 1200W GPU Asus Strix GTX 1050 Ti OC SSD HyperX 3K 120GB Windows 10 Home 64-bit Measurements I performed in several tests for processor, already on the ground that the video card is different than last time and SSD capacity did not allow me to upload more interesting games. Maybe next time the test frequency RAM influence on performance. The results were summarized in the table. In advance I can tell you that the CPU did not disappoint and again I got to the 5 GHz stable. OVERCLOCKING For overclocking I chose a stability test AIDA 64 Engineer, running about 30 minutes in stress mode (AVX ready). I was pleased that retail is still a bit better than ES sample. At 5 GHz sufficed only 1.31V in the BIOS with LLC5. But AIO setup and cooling temperatures are peaked above 80 degrees. CPU Kaby Lake is hotter than Skylake. If you are not going to delid it, I see a border around 1.35-1.375 V for vcore as the limit for long-term operation. With delid you can go on further 0.05V, perhaps even a 0.1V up. Ideally keep the temperatures in the load stress test up to 90 C at cores (or better, of course, even less). Cache was OCed together, at 4700 MHz! Good things at APEX for Kaby Lake Table of safe voltage ranges when the conditions cooling according to Asus. Each piece of CPU warms slightly differently, everything is good simply adjust temperatures. Protecting CPU is at 100 C. Post display codes, ideal for LN2... Overclocking for benchmarks only I tried then the maximum frequency for the benchmarks. First problem was the temperature, I could not CPU cool down in harder tests more than at 1.425V. This corresponds to the frequency of 4150 MHz. Maybe the CPU with a little hard work could work at 5200 MHz, but certainly not beyond, delid will be necessary ... Cinebench R11.5 at 5152 MHz Cinebench R15 at 5152 MHz Blender "Ryzen" benchmark with 150 samples Less stress test as legacy old Superpi means I can use more voltages, 5450 MHz and Superpi 1M CPU worked at longer Superpi 32M at 5450 MHz also! I tried twice the frequency 5506 MHz for 1M, but in both cases the PC frozed I have only a photo... Overclocking of Kaby Lake is really fun, it's fast, has a very strong IPC and manages itself very high frequency. CONCLUSION Like the boys at the photo from the world scene of extreme overlcocking, and I give a thumbs up :up::clap: The board is grandiose and not only because it was the first board at which seamlessly working RAM at 4000 MHz XMP profile (with noedit operating system), that has a PS2 ports, button for eliminating coldbootbug and all OC zone part, interesting DIMM.2 slot NVMe SSD in RAID, the possibility of mounting passives with mounting screws from above and further details: clap:: thumbup: And it will be a good figure in an enthusiastic system build. Later, other comments complementing the other results during the weeks. In the granary got yet another piece i7-7700K and a third on the way. We'll see which one is really the best
  24. Hi, I just built a new pc about two months ago and I decided to overclock the CPU, I'm using a Cryorig H7 to cool my i7-7700k. My current overclock is 4.9GHz @ 1.3 Volts with average temps during stress test 80C and max temp at 85C. Are these good temps? I am an animator and I will be rendering for 2-3 hours a day. Rendering is almost just as bad as a synthetic stress test so this means my CPU will be sitting around 80-85C every day for up to 3 hours a day. Will there be any significant decrease in my CPU's lifespan if I continue with this overclock? Could I go to 5GHz? Thanks in advance everyone
  25. Hello! I need help picking what cpu I should get. I have the extra money to spend on a i7-8700 but will it be better that the i7-7700k? And yes, i do also have the money to go for the compatible motherboard for the i7-8700, but i do not have the extra money to go for the unlocked multiplier processor... My pc build is going to consist of: i7-7700k with msi z270/ i7-8700 with msi z370 cpu cooler, h110i v2 gpu, Zotac 1080 ti Memory, 16 gb 3200 mhz 240 gb ssd 1 tb sshd Phanteks p400s 650 w
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