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IamODIN

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System

  • CPU
    Intel Core i7-8700
  • Motherboard
    Asrock z370 pro4
  • RAM
    Micron 16GB 2400
  • GPU
    GTX 980 ti sc
  • Case
    AZZA Titan 240
  • Storage
    2TB SSHD, 2x 1TB
  • PSU
    EVGA 650 G2
  • Display(s)
    ASUS MX25AQ 1440p IPS and ASUS VS248H-P
  • Cooling
    Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO Push-Pull Config
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 64 bit

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  1. FORUM QUESTION How many fans in your current PC Build/Case? Including heatsink fans (because some people have two heatsink fans) Listing location is optional ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For me i have 7 fans in my case. Two at the front, two on my heatsink, one at the top of the tower, one at the back and one to feed my gpu
  2. i mean looking at the max temps.. is it normal for one core to be more than 10c hotter than the rest?
  3. look at this one cure is magically 59c. what do you suggest?
  4. when you stay stability what do you mean exactly? i want to know so i wud have an idea of what to look out for
  5. okay so i ran aida64 again and i set the fixed vcore voltage to 1.100 and these were the temps then i set it to 1.150 and these were the temps both ran just 15 minutes but they dont seem to struggle to increase further
  6. I did a reseat some days ago.. I'm running aida64 again and so far things seem to he better..ill let you know more further down the stress test
  7. the fan is really really poor at the back. barely taking the air out so i mounted it at the top and put a smaller fan that can do a better job
  8. Azza 240 titan and evga 980 ti sc w/backplate i have a second monitor so i can read VID and vcore statuses at the same time. and i've read that VID and vcore readings are different and that VID is always higher than Vcore and that most people get confuse about there vcore readings when its actually their VID readings they have been reading
  9. i7 8700 gtx 980 ti asrock z370 pro4 micron 16gb i will try lowering the voltage but keep in mind.. the voltage never ever pass 1.2v i did aida64 for an hour and it never passes 1.2v.. actually it was 1.1v average
  10. the vcore dont go further than 1.2 what you are seeing is VID and from what i've read its always higher than vcore.
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