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New rig: 8086K, 2080Ti, air cooled clean build

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Voodoo Rufus

Voodoo Rufus

Powder Junkie Moderator
Joined
Sep 20, 2001
Trying to find the max AVX speed (SL binned it for 5.0 at 1.42V), before using the offset to find the max non-AVX speed. Time for my airflow mods, too. Got the gaskets in, so I'll put my Noctuas on in push-pull.
 
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Voodoo Rufus

Voodoo Rufus

Powder Junkie Moderator
Joined
Sep 20, 2001
Just running the Noctuas in pull with the foam gaskets, I've dropped my water temps about 2-3C and CPU temps at least the same (high 60s to low 70s). Time for another run at 5.0-5.2.
 
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Voodoo Rufus

Voodoo Rufus

Powder Junkie Moderator
Joined
Sep 20, 2001
Ok, my house is 60F this morning (65F day time), but I've got it RealBench and Seti stable at 5GHz. Have yet to fine tune the fan speeds, but my water temps are 22C this morning. Top out around 28C.

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Voodoo Rufus

Voodoo Rufus

Powder Junkie Moderator
Joined
Sep 20, 2001
Oh yeah. Find the max speed I can tolerate for the noise on load, be happy.
 

Woomack

Benching Team Leader
Joined
Jan 2, 2005
I would play with power options, LLC and other things. This CPU shouldn't need ~1.4V at 5GHz. If it's really binned for 5.2GHz then should be closer to 1.3V at 5GHz. Temps are good so I would count on 5.1-5.2GHz at these 1.4V. It can be also matter of motherboard. My let's say not the best but a bit above average 8086K could make 5GHz at 1.29V on ASUS, 1.32V on ASRock and 1.35V on Supermicro.