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You do understand that this current cooler is at least equal to the one that ships with the 9590 and that the only setting that does not give an instaBSOD is 4.7 @ 1.43v?

k and ill leave it that. Im done trying to help you understand when everyone else says the same thing
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Just like I can push 1.8v throw my chip and CPU/nb at 1.45 at 2c ambients and still get a thermal shut down. These chips spike the temps especially if your pump is not that great.. It may not be pushing you to thermal shut down but I bet you anything the spike in cores (which you have shown and admit to) can and will cause instability I have a far greater cooling and pump thank you are and I am moving more water. However I am still very limited. The H100i is very close to my setup so I know pretty sure what the limits can be and what the cause is,
Watch the temps on core and and Your VRMS,

now to explain why it helped stability in a way,

That frequency is what drives how fast the VRMs push out power, The higher the frequency the fast the current to the chip it goes (these are not exact terms but you get the point) the reason why having a high frequency can cause instability is that with so much more current and power draws there is more jitter

Now to put it in practice. If you get freezing and lock up but your voltage is high enough, It could be that the power frequency is not enough for what the chip demands. In which case raising that amount will help a lot (this will raise you VRM temps ALOT)

The instability is if your proc or other components are getting enough power however are getting it to fast the jitter makes the power more dirty and just causes issues leading to further instability,

It is a fine line. To push at the voltages I do I have my CPU frequency to 470, I probably can drop it but I have active cooling that is keeping my VRMs ccol and I a m not dealing with instability from it.

is 350 high? or normal? Max I can set is 400, 350 out of 400 sounds alot to me but I have good airflow in case. What would you prefere me to set it for 24/7 use? I might try 300 instead of 350 later, also yeah I tried before high voltage on 4.6 with auto VRM fixed frequency and it would still freeze, so this setting did help me.

How do I watch my vrm temp? I dont think the motherboard has a VRM sensor but when I touch the case where the VRM is, its not warm at all, its actually very cold/medium warm on load.

Edit: I have a Elite 430 case and there is not much room between the motherboard and case so when the VRM gets hot I would feel the heat at the top of case, I got rear and two top fans all exhaust hot air from the case and vrm etc.


Edited by Sold13xr - 1/24/14 at 10:53am
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is 350 high? or normal? Max I can set is 400, 350 out of 400 sounds alot to me but I have good airflow in case. What would you prefere me to set it for 24/7 use? I might try 300 instead of 350 later, also yeah I tried before high voltage on 4.6 with auto VRM fixed frequency and it would still freeze, so this setting did help me.

How do I watch my vrm temp? I dont think the motherboard has a VRM sensor but when I touch the case where the VRM is, its not warm at all, its actually very cold/medium warm on load.


350 is slightly above normal really.. and is fine. 400 is fine as long as your internal case is cool however take the side panel off ground yourself to the case and the touch the VRMs wile stress testing has been going on for a bit. If you can leave your finger on it your are normally fine. If it starts to tingle you are getting hot, Also keep in mind that the backside oft the VRM bracket counts too

as for the temp sensor I am not sure as I only know select boards but do know the settings pretty well and what they do, I would get hwinfo64 if it has a sensor that program will surely tell you.
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350 is slightly above normal really.. and is fine. 400 is fine as long as your internal case is cool however take the side panel off ground yourself to the case and the touch the VRMs wile stress testing has been going on for a bit. If you can leave your finger on it your are normally fine. If it starts to tingle you are getting hot, Also keep in mind that the backside oft the VRM bracket counts too

as for the temp sensor I am not sure as I only know select boards but do know the settings pretty well and what they do, I would get hwinfo64 if it has a sensor that program will surely tell you.

Hmm It only show core, socket and gpu temps, anyway I have fan on rear and two fan on top all exhaust hot air, so I dont think the vrm would get to hot, does it matter if it exhaust hot air out or is it better if something blow the vrm?

I mean my case is like this

1 FRONT INTAKE 120mm
1 REAR EXHAUST 120mm
2 TOP EXHAUST 120mm
Nothing on side pannel yet but I can add one more 120mm but dont know if it would make any difference.
Edited by Sold13xr - 1/24/14 at 11:24am
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Hmm It only show core, socket and gpu temps, anyway I have fan on rear and two fan on top all exhaust hot air, so I dont think the vrm would get to hot, does it matter if it exhaust hot air out or is it better if something blow the vrm?

I mean my case is like this

1 INTAKE
1 REAR
2 TOP
Nothing on side pannel yet but I can add one more 120mm but dont know if it would make any difference.

it would help for static pressure. As for the airflow it show be pretty good,
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it would help for static pressure. As for the airflow it show be pretty good,

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Hmm It only show core, socket and gpu temps, anyway I have fan on rear and two fan on top all exhaust hot air, so I dont think the vrm would get to hot, does it matter if it exhaust hot air out or is it better if something blow the vrm?

I mean my case is like this

1 FRONT INTAKE 120mm
1 REAR EXHAUST 120mm
2 TOP EXHAUST 120mm
Nothing on side pannel yet but I can add one more 120mm but dont know if it would make any difference.

your VRMs WILL get hot.. overclocking this chip beyond 4.4-4.5 does require VRM cooling.

either from the front or the back doesn't really matter both are helpful.
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your VRMs WILL get hot.. overclocking this chip beyond 4.4-4.5 does require VRM cooling.

either from the front or the back doesn't really matter both are helpful.

Where is the VRM in my motherboard can you show me that first.
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Where is the VRM in my motherboard can you show me that first.
it's the biggest block next to the cpu
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it's the biggest block next to the cpu



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