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The fan looks like your image and is labeled
"Alpine Pro 64 rev2".

Do I need something different put in when having the PC checked for the thermal paste?

I am going to have the PC crunch numbers on the CPU.
All 6 cores are at 100% at all time for that.
New fan needs to be very silent.

Suggestions please?
Be precise I am not into overclocking.

Thanks.
If that is your CPU Heatsink I agree you need to get a bigger-newer-better Heatsink and Fan! If you want to leave it on air try something like this:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835118080
or
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835608016
or spend some time hear and choose something that works for you both in price and specs
http://www.newegg.com/Store/SubCateg...0&Order=PRICED
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Hi all,

Just to be sure not to make myself a fool I took out my digital camera and did screenshots of the BIOS:

Do you see any unusual/wrong settings that could cause the overheating, beeping and then freezing?

Thanks.


For me the rpm value is very high and considering the processor temp is already near 50ºC seems you need to cool down more your cpu chip. Just keep in mind you have a 6 core chip with a TDP of 130W at full use. No wonder it gets hot... beep and hang. Btw, what is your enviroment average temp?


PD: Watching the manufacturer website (http://www.arctic.ac/en/p/cooling/cp...tml#compatible) Seems the Alpine 64 PRO Rev.2 is not listed as a Phenom II X6 compatible heatsink. You have to talk to the ebay seller and claim for a refund.... you can short the life of that cpu chip. Just an advise

PD2: I just read this on the site: "Cooling Capacity 90W" lol

Alpine 64 PRO Rev.2

Edited by GaToMaLaCo - 9/25/11 at 9:04am
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Environmental temperature is about 20 degrees Celsius.
The AMD Phenom II X6 1090t has a TDP off 125 Watt.
The Alpine 64 PRO Rev.2 fan has a TDP of just 90 Watt.

So there is 35 Watt of colling capacity missing.

I am in contact with the seller and provided him with a link to this thread too.

We will see.
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Well, I thank you very much for taking the time to search. You're awesome. I asked around and was told that ATTO benchmark is able to show the right-ish speeds for the Sandforce controller.. http://www.overclock.net/ssd/1124720...l#post15046271

It really does feel a lot faster than the Vertex2. But by buying this I also lost half of the BD funds. oh well, more overtime at work then..
Well I don't know about awesome (some people here hate me) but I try to help in every way I can.

I feel sorry for you for loosing money intended for Bulldozer/Zambezi. I sympathize with you, I know how you feel, I'd be angry right now.
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Well I don't know about awesome (some people here hate me) but I try to help in every way I can.

I feel sorry for you for loosing money intended for Bulldozer/Zambezi. I sympathize with you, I know how you feel, I'd be angry right now.

It was not like I needed the HyperX. But it was there in the shop, looking all pretty. I had to buy it because there's no BD yet. Now I am almost full circle. Only an 8-core missing and I am good to go. But then there's of course water cooling.. A better GPU or two.. And PSU.. Plus I will definitely sleeve said PSU.. Will this madness never end..?
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Rate my overclock/temps!

Just bought the 990FXA-UD3 board (upgraded from an MA790XT-UD4P), which finally allowed me to run my RAM at above 1333mhz and my NB above 2550mhz (though admittedly I didn't have the x6 1090t in there for long; my old x3 720 (C2) unlocked to a quad was always holding me back - I had Mushkin 1600mhz CL7 ram that was running at 1235 CL6 because of memory bug).

I can get the 1090t to over 4ghz easily, but I like running lower volts where possible and enjoy the lower temps. Frankly the performance is already more than acceptable considering where I came from.

System as reads below.

Anyways, I'm thinking I'll be upgrading to one of the Bulldozer processors given I have cash flow currently and I did build this with that purpose in mind.

I'm probably going to get 2x 2gb MSI TFIII 6950's in crossfire beforehand too. Will my PSU be fine for this? I intend to overclock the bejesus out of those cards to 6970 levels, and of course my Bulldozer will push as high as I can reasonably get it.

I considered going Sandy Bridge, but frankly even if Bulldozer isn't quite on par I am an AMD fan (not fanboy, more loyal than anything, since the 666mhz Duron and Geforce 4 MX days) and the benefit of having my old system running as a media/storage/HDD server (and gaming backup with PhII quad/4gb/6850) and my new one as my primary gaming rig with (almost entirely) interchangeable parts seems wise.

Any comments on my logic and thought process?

Comments on my overclock and temps? (particularly you XD_1771)

(Edit* I realize my P95 only ran for 2+ hours here, but it's ~9hours blend stable which is enough for me - and this is with my system fans running on max, which the TMPIN temps are usually 2-3degrees higher and HDD's 1degree higher when on low, which I usually keep them at. I also realize that I only have 3 of my 4 storage HDD's running - one Samsung 2tb drive is not running as the UD3 has only 6 SATA ports and including my DVD drive I have 7 SATA units - this sucks big time, but it's spurred me on to put together my storage server and cut my gaming desktop down to SSD and programs drive only, so I can remove HDD cages and increase airflow to positive pressure finally)

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It was not like I needed the HyperX. But it was there in the shop, looking all pretty. I had to buy it because there's no BD yet. Now I am almost full circle. Only an 8-core missing and I am good to go. But then there's of course water cooling.. A better GPU or two.. And PSU.. Plus I will definitely sleeve said PSU.. Will this madness never end..?

Wait for the FX-8150/FX-8120, get another HD 6850 and a good quality Quad Rail PSU You really don't need anything else, for now anyway.

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Rate my overclock/temps!

Just bought the 990FXA-UD3 board (upgraded from an MA790XT-UD4P), which finally allowed me to run my RAM at above 1333mhz and my NB above 2550mhz (though admittedly I didn't have the x6 1090t in there for long; my old x3 720 (C2) unlocked to a quad was always holding me back - I had Mushkin 1600mhz CL7 ram that was running at 1235 CL6 because of memory bug).

I can get the 1090t to over 4ghz easily, but I like running lower volts where possible and enjoy the lower temps. Frankly the performance is already more than acceptable considering where I came from.

System as reads below.

Anyways, I'm thinking I'll be upgrading to one of the Bulldozer processors given I have cash flow currently and I did build this with that purpose in mind.

I'm probably going to get 2x 2gb MSI TFIII 6950's in crossfire beforehand too. Will my PSU be fine for this? I intend to overclock the bejesus out of those cards to 6970 levels, and of course my Bulldozer will push as high as I can reasonably get it.

I considered going Sandy Bridge, but frankly even if Bulldozer isn't quite on par I am an AMD fan (not fanboy, more loyal than anything, since the 666mhz Duron and Geforce 4 MX days) and the benefit of having my old system running as a media/storage/HDD server (and gaming backup with PhII quad/4gb/6850) and my new one as my primary gaming rig with (almost entirely) interchangeable parts seems wise.

Any comments on my logic and thought process?

Comments on my overclock and temps? (particularly you XD_1771)

(Edit* I realize my P95 only ran for 2+ hours here, but it's ~9hours blend stable which is enough for me - and this is with my system fans running on max, which the TMPIN temps are usually 2-3degrees higher and HDD's 1degree higher when on low, which I usually keep them at. I also realize that I only have 3 of my 4 storage HDD's running - one Samsung 2tb drive is not running as the UD3 has only 6 SATA ports and including my DVD drive I have 7 SATA units - this sucks big time, but it's spurred me on to put together my storage server and cut my gaming desktop down to SSD and programs drive only, so I can remove HDD cages and increase airflow to positive pressure finally)

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Your temps look fine, and your PSU will be more than enough to run an FX-8150, 2 6950s and your other thingies.
Edited by Benz - 9/25/11 at 3:39pm
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Your temps look fine, and your PSU will be more than enough to run an FX-8150, 2 6950s and your other thingies.
Thanks for the reply - I've bumped myself up to 4080mhz @ 1.424/1.472v with only a small increase in temps (~1-2 degrees CPU) simply for the comfort of numbers. So superficial

Anyway, you mentioned above to someone that they should crossfire 6850's.

Is it worth me crossfiring 6950's overclocked (I'm thinking MSI TwinFrozrIII's) at significantly more expense or should I just crossfire my 6850?

I would want to get the same Gigabyte model which retails around ~£150 these days - it's a REALLY overpriced 6850 but it does get to over 6870 stock levels when overclocked and the dual fans are very good.

Regardless, I can get the MSI TFIII 6950 for ~£215 and I will have the cash flow (and desire) to crossfire, it'll just take a little longer.

The good thing about that plan is that my 6850 goes straight into the back-up gaming rig slash storage server I'm building with my old components, and can run as a makeshift HTPC, otherwise I'll need to buy a card for that too which will end up costing the same as a 6950 at least, and will leave my HTPC/gaming backup less capable.

Also, you said my PSU will be fine - will it be fine for an FX8150 and crossfire 6950's all heavily overclocked? I'll be removing the CD drive and storage HDD's, and adding a 2nd SSD for RAID eventually.
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Will be receiving the UD5 tomorrow with a 1100T! Seems like this board is pretty solid. Really excited about this years build
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To anyone in this club, I have a GA-990FXA-UD5 and I've been trying to find out some real truth about this whole VDroop issue. Some people say it's a flaw with the board and others say it's part of a proper design. I noticed there is no LLC in bios to keep voltage up when under load. Is this really an issue? Do I need to pump in more voltages at idle to compensate for drop at load? Right now it takes me 1.55 volts to keep stable at 4.05 Ghz on my 965 C3. 1.5 volts works for a bit but will eventually crash during Prime 95. Temps are not an issue as the CPU is under water (RX360) and temps never go over 48 C even at 1.55 volts. Any info would be greatly appreciated.
I dont think anyone knows for sure at this point. Its something we have all accepted and work around. VERY annoying in my opinion, and it was something I was hopin that they could fix but they havn't yet. Im just waiting for bulldozer to get here to see if there is some reason for it.
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