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I really would not push vrms that close to max Temp.

They only supply voltage to cpu and ram . And can cause other issues as well
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Hey, guys, I think we remember me, I am a guy with RAM trouble.
I came again to say big THANKS to us biggrin.gif
I have installed RAM stick in 1st slot, how Chargeit told me, and after boot it's became as 1600 with out any BIOS configuration. biggrin.gif
So, we are epic, I didn't know about this Gigabyte's feature.
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post #9633 of 12377
Hi there folks!

Can someone comfirm me if the VRM cooling issues in the 990FXA-UD3 mobo were corrected in the Rev 4.0?
post #9634 of 12377
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Originally Posted by danilon62 View Post

Hi there folks!

Can someone comfirm me if the VRM cooling issues in the 990FXA-UD3 mobo were corrected in the Rev 4.0?

I believe they have been addressed but not by a huge amount.

And yes, even if they did, you'll still need active cooling for those components. FANS thumb.gif
post #9635 of 12377
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I believe they have been addressed but not by a huge amount.

And yes, even if they did, you'll still need active cooling for those components. FANS thumb.gif

lol really? thats so weird, how can they release a board like that? Gigabyte has always done a great job with its boards, I myself own the UD5 and it rocks

Btw you avatar is funny lol, inut(i)l means unusable in spanish.
Edited by danilon62 - 4/17/14 at 3:40am
post #9636 of 12377
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lol really? thats so weird, how can they release a board like that? Gigabyte has always done a great job with its boards, I myself own the UD5 and it rocks

Well, take it this way, the crosshair, the saberkitty, the ud7, etc., they all need extra cooling to sustain these octacores running at high clocks. It won't be a problem if you run these chips stock.

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Btw you avatar is funny lol, inut(i)l means unusable in spanish.

So does here. biggrin.gifbiggrin.gifbiggrin.gif:D LOL.

Quite a usual sight on

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But yeah, refers to them fanboys as well..
post #9637 of 12377
So anyone see anything that is worth helping boost these outrageous power hungry fx-9xxx chips? I've got mine up to 4.741 Ghz on my UD5 Rev. 4. (FX-9370, liquid cooled, 2 4gb sticks of patriot extreme 1600, SSD, 2x Gigabyte 760 rev 2.slow) Running Win 7 pro of course. Can't get it up to 5.0 stable and it's pissing me off. Asus boards are all i've ever used and i thought this was supposed to be more user friendly.....totally screwed that up lol
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So anyone see anything that is worth helping boost these outrageous power hungry fx-9xxx chips? I've got mine up to 4.741 Ghz on my UD5 Rev. 4. (FX-9370, liquid cooled, 2 4gb sticks of patriot extreme 1600, SSD, 2x Gigabyte 760 rev 2.slow) Running Win 7 pro of course. Can't get it up to 5.0 stable and it's pissing me off. Asus boards are all i've ever used and i thought this was supposed to be more user friendly.....totally screwed that up lol

It's good to post the settings you use for your overclock.

1. Bios Screenies would be perfect so everyone can see your settings and comment on them.

2. Remember that there are dud chips. Not every single FX can overclock as high as others. But seeing you got a 9370, something must be not right on your tweakings.

3. There are also instance that a chip on a certain board won't OC further using just the multiplier. You need to experiment on that.

4. What specifically is the issue stopping your OC? Heat? No Boot? Freeze? Which could be better explained if you post your Bios screens here.
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It's good to post the settings you use for your overclock.

1. Bios Screenies would be perfect so everyone can see your settings and comment on them.

2. Remember that there are dud chips. Not every single FX can overclock as high as others. But seeing you got a 9370, something must be not right on your tweakings.

3. There are also instance that a chip on a certain board won't OC further using just the multiplier. You need to experiment on that.

4. What specifically is the issue stopping your OC? Heat? No Boot? Freeze? Which could be better explained if you post your Bios screens here.

Such a noob, sorry, I'll post BIOS screens when i get back home today.....how do i take multiple screenshots in 1 go, or should i just use my phone?
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post #9640 of 12377
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Such a noob, sorry, I'll post BIOS screens when i get back home today.....how do i take multiple screenshots in 1 go, or should i just use my phone?

Inside the Bios, there's an option to do screenshot. That will automatically save the screenshot into your usb stick

Just make sure you format your USB stick to FAT32.
Insert your stick and capture screenshots.
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