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I've had my 965 show a temp. spike like that with my asrock 990 extreme 3 motherboard and an H-60 cooler . Never did find out what caused it , but coretemp reported it to have went to 78C during a benching session. The thing didn't shut down , nor did it seem to throttle - led me to believe the temp was misreported.
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Ill check that too, its hard as hell to tell how tight is too tight and whether its even or not

well you really can't other than to make sure you set it on flush, and then go half turns alternating. It pretty hard to over-tighten with the H-series. I Have the H-100 on my review machine and over-cranking the knurled thumb screws is pretty hard to do since up to 70 lbs is okay and there is a stop set for it at what feels to be around 40. so you basically have to break it to over-tighten. BTW, did you watch the 60c being reported as a sustained reported temp, or did you just see it in the 'Max temp' column?
Edited by Red1776 - 11/9/12 at 12:32pm
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well you really can't other than to make sure you set it on flush, and then go half turns alternating. It pretty hard to over-tighten with the H-series. I Have the H-100 on my review machine and over-cranking the knurled thumb screws is pretty hard to do since up to 70 lbs is okay and there is a stop set for it at what feels to be around 40. so you basically have to break it to over-tighten. BTW, did you watch the 60c being reported as a sustained reported temp, or did you just see it in the 'Max temp' column?

it slowly crawled to 60 and stayed there so i don't think it was a spike....

I just got home so i'm going to do some various testing between LLC on AUTO and LLC Disabled with OCCT... what graphs would you like to see comparing the two????
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After using a lot of these boards (AM3+) I came to the conclusion the the GBA 990FXA UD5/7 rev 1.1 are the best AM3+ mother boards. I am not a fan of the colouring on the Asus boards, nor am I a fan of the PCI layout on either boards. Overclocking the Asus Crosshair vs the Gigabyte UD5/7 are the same on both boards. Price is the same too, the choice was simple I got the 990fxa UD7

Thanks man I appreciate it.

Anyone else have any input?
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before i ran these tests i reseated the H60 and made sure it was flush and level

okay here are some graphs from OCCT at STOCK everything and LLC = AUTO (APM is disabled for everything BTW) this is a 6.5 minute short test just to let everything settle into their temp ranges

Core Temperature:
2012-11-09-15h10-Temperature-Core0.png

CPU (Socket Temp):
2012-11-09-15h10-Temperature-CPUTIN.png

CPU VCore: (UEFI set to 1.3375) (you can see it is at this value right as the test starts then drops to the value seen during the test)
2012-11-09-15h10-Voltage-CPUVCORE.png

now i'm going to reboot and DISABLE LLC and see if i can reproduce those stupid temps at 1.3375V
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it slowly crawled to 60 and stayed there so i don't think it was a spike....
I just got home so i'm going to do some various testing between LLC on AUTO and LLC Disabled with OCCT... what graphs would you like to see comparing the two????

for starters lets look at the CPU vcore, and the CPU core(s) usage and temp. obviusly make sure all the power saving features are off. C1E,C6,C&Q,Turbo, APM. Throw the 12v rail in there as well.thumb.gif



****** well those are about as normal as you get***********
Edited by Red1776 - 11/9/12 at 1:36pm
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well....newegg is replacing the chip....

hooray for advance replacement.....luv crossshipping
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Thanks man I appreciate it.
Anyone else have any input?

If you choose the Gigga boards just be sure to get rev 1.1 or later, I downgraded my watercooled UD7 rev 1.0 that had no LLC for a rev 1.1 UD3 and am getting a lot better results.
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The latest of my FX8350 build photos, CPU is installed, Watercooling is leak tested, Windows 7 is installed on SSD drive, doing all updates at the moment.



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for starters lets look at the CPU vcore, and the CPU core(s) usage and temp. obviusly make sure all the power saving features are off. C1E,C6,C&Q,Turbo, APM. Throw the 12v rail in there as well.thumb.gif
****** well those are about as normal as you get***********

right, so NOW here are the results from LLC Disabled..... didn't quiet reach 60*C, only reached 57*C but that may be due to reseating my H60 what i'm not understanding is that with LLC DISABLED the VCORE Goes UP???

here are the results

Core Temp:
2012-11-09-15h44-Temperature-Core0.png

CPUTIN (Socket Temp):
2012-11-09-15h44-Temperature-CPUTIN.png

CPU VCore: (Volts still set at 1.3375 and as you can see it starts off at that and then goes UP when load is applied...)
2012-11-09-15h44-Voltage-CPUVCORE.png

12+V RAIL (identical to LLC = AUTO so ill only post one)
2012-11-09-15h44-Voltage-12V.png



so should i NOT be disabling LLC??? i thought it was always a good idea to disable it if your system could still run stable
Edited by Covert_Death - 11/9/12 at 2:15pm
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