Yeah, as I was typing it I saw the beauty. Pre burnt in monster FX CPU's capable of 7GHZ.
Speaking of burnt in.... So After a couple hours running the Swiftech I hooked it up to my 1090t as a precaution before taking the 9370 out for a spin. Let me say I am so F'n glad I did. I was documenting the process, and between focusing the camera and manhandling cables and hoses I did not notice that some genius forgot to include the springs on the spring loaded AMD screws. It initially felt tight but when I turned everything on my CPU was idling around 40c, I thought maybe it was just warm in the room and if I gave a little OC the cooler would not budge temps and show its muscle.... Boooooo... After just using the Bios OC tuner and getting back into windows the CPU was at 75C!!! I shut down immediately and after a cool down loaded bios and double checked to make sure it wasn't a program error.. sure enough 75 right before bios crashed. After realizing what had happened I raided the springs from the Intel screws and now the cooler feels like it is welded on. I have been running prime for about 10 minutes at stock settings and the CPU is at 41C... this is with the case open and most my fans not yet reconnected... I am pissed though and praying it didn't warp my board or cause any serious damage.
Side note, when I first got my 1090T I got it well past 5GHZ on air (not running prime) before chickening out and keeping at 4GHZ most it's life.. This plus surviving (so far) 75c = one tough little chip. Definitely Burnt in