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that does not mean it isnt psu that means 12v line is ok

That is possible. Yes. But I don't have any spare to play with to conclude on the PSU. And a multimeter could help. Which I also happen not to have ATM

I'm going to get a Mobo and a processor by the way.
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why rev 1 and not 1.1 ? either would be fine, i personally would go saberkitty, but you are used to giga so up to you

rev 1 is the available for the UD7 on the store I'm going to buy from. And as described, same price as the kitty.
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that does not mean it isnt psu that means 12v line is ok

That is possible. Yes. But I don't have any spare to play with to conclude on the PSU. And a multimeter could help. Which I also happen not to have ATM

I'm going to get a Mobo and a processor by the way.

why rev 1 and not 1.1 ? either would be fine, i personally would go saberkitty, but you are used to giga so up to you

rev 1 is the available for the UD7 on the store I'm going to buy from. And as described, same price as the kitty.



@GuestVeea are you sure your stable ( yes even at stock )

Rev 1 has no LLC. Not a good idea.
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Rev 1 has no LLC. Not a good idea.

Glad to hear that mate.

Going straight for a Kitty.
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Just installed my team vulcan dd3 2400 on my asus sabertooth 990fx rev 2.0. Went into the bios and vuala, 2400 speed is available! set it to that, and had to up the NB speed to 2400 because 2200 is no longer supported at this speed. Gonna see what happens and post my results! thumb.gif
Well While you talk about getting your RAM! Look what was waiting for me on my bed today!

Yip another 2133 CL11 kit. It got a little beat up in transit but they are all good! These are V3.24 so that means they are Micron IC's. They are different from my original kit which are v4.21 which are Samsung IC's. Now I know my Sammie was happy running 2400MHz 9-10-12-31 1T. I hope these Micron's can match it! I have downclocked them to 2000MHz for the time being until I rebuild my loop and do all my overclocking again!

Old Sammy based kit.

New Micron based kit.


RAM ADDICT wheee.gif

Oh please, I have 3 rigs with 32GB in them, as well as a laptop that also has 32GB. I have a total of 144GB of DDR3 in use throughout the house.

Get on my level. tongue.gif

(Good luck OCing it.)
Still addicted. Just can't afford crazy amounts of the stuff. I personally have 4x4GB Vengeance 1600 cl9 and my 2133 cl11 kits. But my friend is loaning that in his rig ATM. In total in the whole house I think we have 24.5GB of RAM.
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Still addicted. Just can't afford crazy amounts of the stuff. I personally have 4x4GB Vengeance 1600 cl9 and my 2133 cl11 kits. But my friend is loaning that in his rig ATM. In total in the whole house I think we have 24.5GB of RAM.

I paid a little over $600 for all of it over time. One of the 32GB kits, the one in my rig actually, was $100.
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Still addicted. Just can't afford crazy amounts of the stuff. I personally have 4x4GB Vengeance 1600 cl9 and my 2133 cl11 kits. But my friend is loaning that in his rig ATM. In total in the whole house I think we have 24.5GB of RAM.

I paid a little over $600 for all of it over time. One of the 32GB kits, the one in my rig actually, was $100.
Wow you lucky beast! Both my 8GB 2133 kits cost R1500. If you take the current exchange rate into account that translates to about $150. And my 8Gb 1600 kits probably cost R800-R1000 each. $80-100. Unfortunately South Africa does have rather high prices. FX-9590 is still around R13000 here. So yeah do the math. At least I got both my FX chips for what I feel was a reasonable price. R2200 for my 8320 and around 2500 for my 8350. Prices have unfortunately hiked lately. 8350 now is over 3 grand here. SIGH...
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Wow you lucky beast! Both my 8GB 2133 kits cost R1500. If you take the current exchange rate into account that translates to about $150. And my 8Gb 1600 kits probably cost R800-R1000 each. $80-100. Unfortunately South Africa does have rather high prices. FX-9590 is still around R13000 here. So yeah do the math. At least I got both my FX chips for what I feel was a reasonable price. R2200 for my 8320 and around 2500 for my 8350. Prices have unfortunately hiked lately. 8350 now is over 3 grand here. SIGH...

Too bad..

I used to think local prices here in the Philippines were too Overpriced BS. Guess it depends on the components.

Locally though, prices here seems to react faster when international (speaking of US$) exchange rate go high. And pretty darn slow when US$ sinks. Same as when prices drop. Could take almost a couple of months to reflect here. But if they do increase, oh hell yeah!!! could take minutes!!! biggrin.gifbiggrin.gifbiggrin.gif
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I've hit a bit of a snag...I'm still at 4.4GHz, haven't changed a thing, but had a weird lock up while playing some Dishonored. Following said lockup, I rebooted and started tinkering with IBT AVX. I'd previously run it at 4.4GHz with the same voltage at the same settings (very high) for 20 passes with no problems. It failed within two passes and speed results that were lower than I'd previously seen. I upped voltages three or four times trying to find stability before I had a lightbulb moment and shut the computer all the way down, then fired it back up again. It passed twenty times with no issues, and with speeds that were more in line with where they should be.

I decided to do a little experiment. I'd read (I believe in this thread, actually) that running IBT AVX or Prime95 with Unigine Heaven at the same time will heavily stress the power supply and check its stability, so I did just that. Within five minutes the machine locked up again. Heaven has never given me any trouble before. I've run it for hours with the settings I'm currently running my GPUs at with no hickups. I've also run IBT AVX for extended periods of time with no problems.

What are the odds that my power supply is choking, or defective? It's a Corsair CX750, running an FX 8320 OC'ed to 4.4GHz at 1.356v on an Asus M5A99FX Pro R2.0 motherboard. My GPUs are two MSI GTX 660s with just a 200MHz bump to memory. My hard drives are an 256GB Samsung Pro SSD and a 7200RPM WD Blue 1TB HDD, and the only other draw (fans aside) is a DVD drive that never sees any use. According to the calculator I used I'm well within the voltage level provided by this power supply. It's only a few months old, but I'd previously noticed that it made an odd squeaking sound that got louder under heavy load. Maybe I need to RMA it.

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
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I've hit a bit of a snag...I'm still at 4.4GHz, haven't changed a thing, but had a weird lock up while playing some Dishonored. Following said lockup, I rebooted and started tinkering with IBT AVX. I'd previously run it at 4.4GHz with the same voltage at the same settings (very high) for 20 passes with no problems. It failed within two passes and speed results that were lower than I'd previously seen. I upped voltages three or four times trying to find stability before I had a lightbulb moment and shut the computer all the way down, then fired it back up again. It passed twenty times with no issues, and with speeds that were more in line with where they should be.

I decided to do a little experiment. I'd read (I believe in this thread, actually) that running IBT AVX or Prime95 with Unigine Heaven at the same time will heavily stress the power supply and check its stability, so I did just that. Within five minutes the machine locked up again. Heaven has never given me any trouble before. I've run it for hours with the settings I'm currently running my GPUs at with no hickups. I've also run IBT AVX for extended periods of time with no problems.

What are the odds that my power supply is choking, or defective? It's a Corsair CX750, running an FX 8320 OC'ed to 4.4GHz at 1.356v on an Asus M5A99FX Pro R2.0 motherboard. My GPUs are two MSI GTX 660s with just a 200MHz bump to memory. My hard drives are an 256GB Samsung Pro SSD and a 7200RPM WD Blue 1TB HDD, and the only other draw (fans aside) is a DVD drive that never sees any use. According to the calculator I used I'm well within the voltage level provided by this power supply. It's only a few months old, but I'd previously noticed that it made an odd squeaking sound that got louder under heavy load. Maybe I need to RMA it.

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.


Well if IBT and Heaven being ran together causes a lock up, it's the PSU. The noise could be a CAP or Transformer inside going bad.
 
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I've hit a bit of a snag...I'm still at 4.4GHz, haven't changed a thing, but had a weird lock up while playing some Dishonored. Following said lockup, I rebooted and started tinkering with IBT AVX. I'd previously run it at 4.4GHz with the same voltage at the same settings (very high) for 20 passes with no problems. It failed within two passes and speed results that were lower than I'd previously seen. I upped voltages three or four times trying to find stability before I had a lightbulb moment and shut the computer all the way down, then fired it back up again. It passed twenty times with no issues, and with speeds that were more in line with where they should be.

I decided to do a little experiment. I'd read (I believe in this thread, actually) that running IBT AVX or Prime95 with Unigine Heaven at the same time will heavily stress the power supply and check its stability, so I did just that. Within five minutes the machine locked up again. Heaven has never given me any trouble before. I've run it for hours with the settings I'm currently running my GPUs at with no hickups. I've also run IBT AVX for extended periods of time with no problems.

What are the odds that my power supply is choking, or defective? It's a Corsair CX750, running an FX 8320 OC'ed to 4.4GHz at 1.356v on an Asus M5A99FX Pro R2.0 motherboard. My GPUs are two MSI GTX 660s with just a 200MHz bump to memory. My hard drives are an 256GB Samsung Pro SSD and a 7200RPM WD Blue 1TB HDD, and the only other draw (fans aside) is a DVD drive that never sees any use. According to the calculator I used I'm well within the voltage level provided by this power supply. It's only a few months old, but I'd previously noticed that it made an odd squeaking sound that got louder under heavy load. Maybe I need to RMA it.

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

You are not within the voltage level of the PSU. I should point out that the bold item should be changed to POWER. smile.gif

What calculator did you use? I should also point out that you should never base your calculations from stock values. you have overclocked your CPU by 26% that should also increase it's power draw (CPU Alone) by 26%. Add in a bump in the Voltage, your Power Draw (for CPU) goes further. Same as with your GPU. So I reckon you are way above 30% of power in terms of increase to consider.

The sound you hear could be coil whine. Or fan noise. Note that PSU ramp up their fan speed according to loading as loading is directly responsible for it heating up.

SSDs, HDDs, DVD Drives, Memory, and Motherboard Power draw could be neglected individually but sum them up and you have something.

You can check your power draw from the wall socket to confirm if your PSU rating is not enough for your rig though. If it pulls more or within -15% of 750 Watts, you need to buy a higher rated one. biggrin.gif
Edited by mus1mus - 4/9/14 at 3:02am
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