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Originally Posted by gertruude View Post

I have an upgrade tree too, my stuff does exactly same. Im a little embarrassed to be coming out in the open like this but i give my stuff to the kids lol. eldest wanted a pc last year so i got this and he got my old stuff, actually wasnt old but a few months old lol. So I got his xmas money and he got a shiny new pc nearly rolleyes.gif

Now my 9 year old wants a pc too, so i tell him to wait til xmas and he'll get my stuff that i have now. Which isnt too bad really is it. He also wants it water cooled like his dad's rolleyes.gif so i got my old Xpsc raystorm 750 rolleyes.gif and he wants one of my gfx cards, bless him i told him to bugger off haha. more than likely end up giving it to him thumb.gif

I also told him it depends if steamroller hits before then biggrin.gif

Thats awesome man!! I dont have anyone to pass stuff down to just yet, my daughter is 15 months old, and well we just found out a few weeks ago that the wife has another "bun" in the oven so to speak. It will be ahwile before anyone is old enough to enjoy a pc. Oh and the wife has absolutely 0 interest in PC's.
 
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After attempting to raise my OC I too found my almost 3 yr old HX750 is NOT up to the job to push this chip with even 1.59v vcore under load. Running a quick IBT/AVX caused a complete black out after only a few seconds. I about crapped my pants lol.

VID is 1.325v. This chip is either a voltage pig (OCCT stable @ 1.488v, but takes 1.528v for P95) or perhaps this PSU has been an issue all along. Anyone have any thoughts? I have to wonder if a bigger PSU will be of any use in OCing this chip further than 4813MHz. My first thoughts are yes it may especially after reading how others can run SLI and OC on a 750w.

Storm, you could always pass that stuff along just a bit north of you lol biggrin.gif
Edited by The Sandman - 6/2/13 at 2:39pm
 
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I'm sorta sad that the Formula-Z doesn't allow me to disable individual cores per module, it instead will disable total modules... I was hoping to get a 5.0ghz 4m/4c test going on...

I'm currently up to 4888mhz (203.68 FSB x 24 multi), with 2444 HT & 2444 cpu/nb thumb.gif
I would leave your memory and CPU-NB at 2400 and raise the HT Link Speed above 2600. It will greatly enhance your gaming and graphics performance. You have a very good overclock.
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Originally Posted by gertruude View Post

I have an upgrade tree too, my stuff does exactly same. Im a little embarrassed to be coming out in the open like this but i give my stuff to the kids lol. eldest wanted a pc last year so i got this and he got my old stuff, actually wasnt old but a few months old lol. So I got his xmas money and he got a shiny new pc nearly rolleyes.gif

Now my 9 year old wants a pc too, so i tell him to wait til xmas and he'll get my stuff that i have now. Which isnt too bad really is it. He also wants it water cooled like his dad's rolleyes.gif so i got my old Xpsc raystorm 750 rolleyes.gif and he wants one of my gfx cards, bless him i told him to bugger off haha. more than likely end up giving it to him thumb.gif

I also told him it depends if steamroller hits before then biggrin.gif

lol....thats exactly how my daughter got a phenom 940 and my son a 1090t...both with a gtx 285 from my old sli.... they still prefer to use mine...rolleyes.gif
Edited by UncleBlitz - 6/2/13 at 2:47pm
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Thats awesome man!! I dont have anyone to pass stuff down to just yet, my daughter is 15 months old, and well we just found out a few weeks ago that the wife has another "bun" in the oven so to speak. It will be ahwile before anyone is old enough to enjoy a pc. Oh and the wife has absolutely 0 interest in PC's.

Congrats man, can i give ya some advice? dont have more than 2 rolleyes.gif i have 4 kids and its a nightmare. Our youngest is 13 months old

rolleyes.gif

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lol....thats exactly how my daughter got a phenom 940 and my son a 1090t...both with a gtx 285 from my old sli.... they still prefer to use mine...living room privilèges biggrin.gif

Haha we think alike!! I got 2 daughters left to build pcs for, Im ok for the next few years wink.gif
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When I was a kid I was lucky to have sega channel SMH lol

U had a sega? lucky you, we have the atari's rolleyes.gif u young uns dont know you are born!! Nnot a clue what we had in the 70's n 80's tongue.gif
Edited by gertruude - 6/2/13 at 2:47pm
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Excuse me, Hurricane stable?

Dude, do not talk like some people here because it looks stupid on you.

Second i am stable if u like it or not, yesterday i was playing games and downloading at the same time and some other heavy stuff and no problems at all.

You do not have to be prime stable to be 24/7 stable, just OC it and test with everyday stuff that works the best for me.

I really see no reason to get ''prime stable'' if i am already stable with no problems.

And if some people want to mock me because they think its stupid, shows me how immature they really are and sounds kinda cocky because they do not know what they are talking about and are just overclocking for 4 months and think they know it all.

Yes I agree this junk about "Hurricane stable" is not right. I do not necessarily agree that all your concepts of stability are correct , but in the end it is in your hands. No jokes guys at other peoples expense. WE all are human . We all err. Better to ignore some one you do not agree with than to belittle them. If we are civil we can express our disagreements and hash issues out. When we start name calling we lower ourselves and lower the level of discussion here.
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After attempting to raise my OC I too found my almost 3 yr old HX750 is NOT up to the job to push this chip with even 1.59v vcore under load. Running a quick IBT/AVX caused a complete black out after only a few seconds. I about crapped my pants lol.

VID is 1.325v. This chip is either a voltage pig (OCCT stable @ 1.488v, but takes 1.528v for P95) or perhaps this PSU has been an issue all along. Anyone have any thoughts? I have to wonder if a bigger PSU will be of any use in OCing this chip further than 4813MHz. My first thoughts are yes it may especially after reading how others can run SLI and OC on a 750w.

Storm, you could always pass that stuff along just a bit north of you lol biggrin.gif

You have one dual-6 GPU, and a PSU with a single 62A 12v rail.

62 x 12 = 744w

2 6-pin = 150w.

Assume 100w of other things on the 12v rail (fans, MB, etc).

You are left over with 500w for the CPU alone.

You are not PSU limited. End of story.
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Hey, why dont people like me? lol

I think you are one cool dude.
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I live in Seattle and when the sun finally comes out it makes it so worth it to live here! Loading up my mt biking gear as we speak!

I wonder... if some of us had access to microcenter would you still run AMD? devil.gifpoke.gif

Just don't do one of the those suicide runs. You Seattleites are known for that! LOL
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With an H80 you should be able to expect 4.7-4.8Ghz. It's not until you get to 4.9 and up that you start to notice the difference between the chips.
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My leaky FX-8350 is just so poor. VID 1.325 my temps go wild above 4.6 GHZ. It would probably be greeat for LN , but that;s way beyond my means. I am actually waiting got my H320, with 360mm radiator. Maybe I'll be stable at 4.8 to 4.9 with Vishera. I am actually a little more hopeful that with Steamroller, I'll be able to reach and exceed 5.0 GHZ.
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