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    Default 7700k OC

    All in Dark Base 900:
    Gigabyte z270 gaming k3
    77000@5GHz delid + Evo 212
    2x 8GB Corsair Vangance LPX 2133MHz/CL13/1.2V @ 3000MHz/CL15/1.35v Fractal Design Edison M Gold 650W (Seasonic G)
    M.2 NVME Corsair MP500 120GB + SATA RAID 0 Samsung Evo 860 250GB
    Msi Gaming X GTX 1080 @ 2050/,,11000MHz''

    OK, so question is if I will change Evo 212 to Dark Rock 4 Pro will it give me more CPU headroom? Temperatures are already good, stable at 75C max in IBT and after few hour of gaming (bf V, no vsync)
    Secund question, is it worth to go over 5GHz? I can get that CPU stable up to 5.4GHz with 1.4v.
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    Default Re: 7700k OC

    Congrats, Your OC is great, the EVO 212 managing very well the temps, changing it for DR4P can give you few C of room but it's not justified with its price. You can try a bit higher OC (eg 5.1 GHz), with Evo 212 and check the temps, if you're <= 80C on full stress you're golden. Going higher is not worth for every day work/game, probably be unable to control the temps (even with DR4P).
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    Default Re: 7700k OC

    Dark Rock 4 Pro is TDP of 250W TDP, while your 7700K is 91W TDP processor (OC to 5.0 - 5.1 GHz probably 150-160W TDP), EVO 212 can manage it well (the rated TDP for the CM 212 Evo is 180 watts), so the DR4P will be way to unnecessary overkill.

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    Evo 212 is to loud, I bought already Dark Rock 4 Pro because I need to have quiet, thats why Dark Base 900 is here. Can you help with RAM? Windows can't se changes in RAM above 3000MHz CL16, voltage bump from 1.35v to 1.45v does nothing, but it's speed increase... (aida read/latency)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Smiki007 View Post
    Congrats, Your OC is great, the EVO 212 managing very well the temps, changing it for DR4P can give you few C of room but it's not justified with its price. You can try a bit higher OC (eg 5.1 GHz), with Evo 212 and check the temps, if you're <= 80C on full stress you're golden. Going higher is not worth for every day work/game, probably be unable to control the temps (even with DR4P).
    Cheers,
    On 5.3GHz I have max 80C in IBT maximum but WAY too loud. I paid for DR4P only 60, new

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    Default Re: 7700k OC

    DR4P will be here at monday*
    Sorry, can't edit previous post, I don't know why.

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    Default Re: 7700k OC

    If the DR4P is on its way, there is nothing more to say, but the loudness of Evo 212 could be solved by changing the fans for quieter ones (Cougar Vortex or Be quiet Silent Wing Series), the two fans are much cheaper then DR4P, besides that the DR4P is quite big and heavy in comparison with Evo 212. About RAM, if its rated 3000Mhz CL15 you just need to activate XMP profile in BIOS and should be recognized as is, but if you want to go any higher, first of all should check which memory chip is in (Hynx or Samsung, if its Hynx i can suggest you to stay with factory speeds and clock, and if it's Samsung you can try to go Higher, any way you can try this settings (passing XMP and do manual settings) 3200MHz 16-18-18-38 V1.35 (don't go any higher on voltages) but if it doesn't work leave it with XMP profile activated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smiki007 View Post
    If the DR4P is on its way, there is nothing more to say, but the loudness of Evo 212 could be solved by changing the fans for quieter ones (Cougar Vortex or Be quiet Silent Wing Series), the two fans are much cheaper then DR4P, besides that the DR4P is quite big and heavy in comparison with Evo 212. About RAM, if its rated 3000Mhz CL15 you just need to activate XMP profile in BIOS and should be recognized as is, but if you want to go any higher, first of all should check which memory chip is in (Hynx or Samsung, if its Hynx i can suggest you to stay with factory speeds and clock, and if it's Samsung you can try to go Higher, any way you can try this settings (passing XMP and do manual settings) 3200MHz 16-18-18-38 V1.35 (don't go any higher on voltages) but if it doesn't work leave it with XMP profile activated.
    No, RAM is rated 2133cl13 1.2v but OC to 3000cl15 1.35v, anything more than that and timmings readings are wrong in Aida/CpuZ but OK in bios.

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    Default Re: 7700k OC

    The OC 3000Mhz CL15 is more than enough, if its stable (check stability with memtest +86 2-3 complete cycles) leave it as is, you don't need more.

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