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Nice!I don't even have to ask if it's stable but still nice.To bad you didn't just attach your pics.
Mine acts the very same way, only shows with default settings or real close to them.Are you running that 9590 on air? Just curious.
You may want to give this a looking at on temps http://www.overclock.net/t/1616965/amd-say-70-5-degress-for-amd-fx-8300-is-that-true
You are aware of the max temp correct? (Not meaning to offend you here)AMD AOD shows the "Thermal Margin as 70c and I believe this holds true for all FX CPUs but here's what the AMD Specs have to say about the 9590 [[SPOILER]] source: http://products.amd.com/en-us/search/CPU/AMD-FX-Series/AMD-FX-8-Core-Black-Edition/FX-9590/98Keeping the above in mind surpassing the max temp after just 20 minutes of testing is not proof that a rad can handle said OCd chip IMHO.My guess is...
A 120mm rad on a 9590 is not enough for stock settings let alone 5.0GHz.Have you run IBT AVX or Prime95 to check stability/temps? This is when you'll see temps get a little out of hand.IBT AVX version for FX can be found here http://www.overclock.net/attachments/13202.Try a 10 to 20 run pass set to Very High (and than on Maximum) but keep a VERY close eye on those temps. This is what I run before a 24 hr run on Prime95.FYI I have not seen an AIO that will tame a 9590 while...
Phenom does not have integrated gpu that would be controlled by mobo.
Yes that will work.You could run a stock 125W HS Fan setup (instead of 95w) as well if you come across one. Probably worth the same amount and get a little more bang for your buck.
This is an earlier post I made http://www.overclock.net/t/1608578/cpu-z-bench-results/30#post_254628689590 @5117MHz everyday driver. Ran benchmark as is no optimizations.
Welcome to OCN!The M5A99X Evo R2.0 is a solid mobo and will work fine with a 8320e. In case you're not aware the 970 Aura is another (newer) mobo with very good VRMs etc http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813132713 also has a M.2 slot and USB 3.1. Both will run/OC that chip with out issue. You'll want to add active cooling for the VRM HS and if there's room a fan behind the mobo to cool the backside of the CPU socket and VRM area. Notice the fan to the...
If OCing is in the picture I'm not aware of one. For a stock setup in a cooled environment you might get away with a quality 240 setup but figure on replacing the fans. Some 2150 rpm GTs might do it. Again "heavy" on the might. It will depend on the chip as well as the intended load etc. Also is noise going to be a big factor? Personally I wouldn't go less than a 360 but I have no idea on the dimensions you have to work with. What cooler did you run? Just curious. FYI:...
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