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Ya the review sites really pumped the FX up and created a lot of misconception as to it's OC ability. The part they left out was all the support it needs to run that 5.0 G for 24/7.

Fan on the socket. Fan on the VRM. Enough cooling for a 9590. Almost feel like I should have just bought a 9590 for that guaranteed clock speed. rolleyes.gif
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first time having major artifacting in Crysis 2, the Grass was so bright it was like on fire, is that to be expected?
Nope, its sounds like the card is giving you problems. Reseat it for one thing and check the power connectors and if the fans are spinning.
    
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Almost feel like I should have just bought a 9590 for that guaranteed clock speed. rolleyes.gif
And you would still need Fan on the socket. Fan on the VRM. Enough cooling for a 9590. biggrin.gif Plus the 9590 only has a 1 year warranty vs 3 on the 8XXX chips.
Edited by cpmee - 4/16/14 at 7:15am
    
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After some tweaking in the bios, i think she's partially stable, i only ran a quick test, but i'll take it! 5GHz club!! Where's my trophy? jk biggrin.gif

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the temps are close, but i already have LLC at extreme, it should be going to + .1 v offset, should I set the current capability to 140%?


i see, i think i need to add more v offset
I think you should use manual voltage setup and bring it up quite a bit (1.425 for start, but it will probably need more). Very high/high for LLC should be enough and I wouldn't really go above 130% for CC. Then again, it all depends on what kind of stability you want. I had it do burn and blend tests for 1-3 days each to call it stable, but it has also been crunching numbers for almost 3 weeks straight now (with occasional breaks such as PS2, D3, LoL+streaming, and BF4 when computations were giving it a break by going into 75% max load profiles).
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After some tweaking in the bios, i think she's partially stable, i only ran a quick test, but i'll take it! 5GHz club!! Where's my trophy? jk biggrin.gif


Negative results aren't stable. You need +3 in the results to be stable. Not to say you might not have a good chip that can do lower voltage but to even pass the first 5 runs of IBT AVX I need over 1.56Vcore and to pass all 10 with +3 results I need 1.6Vcore and up. Plus 1 Run of IBT doesn't really show much, it shows that your PC didn't keel over and die after 2 seconds of intense computing. That's about it.
post #33677 of 67345
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After some tweaking in the bios, i think she's partially stable, i only ran a quick test, but i'll take it! 5GHz club!! Where's my trophy? jk biggrin.gif


not yet, you aint stable lol

29s u get to 60C ouch

dont go any higher

BOOM
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not yet, you aint stable lol

29s u get to 60C ouch

dont go any higher

BOOM

That's just his socket temp gerty tongue.gif he has like 15c headroom on the CPU cores and if he's brave he can run up that socket all the way to 70c of course that's where some people blow their VRMs but high risk high reward right? biggrin.gif (now sign this document stating that everything I said is in jest and I am not responsible for anything that you or someone else sets in your BIOS wink.gif )
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not yet, you aint stable lol

29s u get to 60C ouch

dont go any higher

BOOM

Agree times infinity!

Yikes! don't venture into clocks like that if it's going to get that warm after just one run of IBT

Imagine the temps if that was left to run for a while biggrin.gif
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After some tweaking in the bios, i think she's partially stable, i only ran a quick test, but i'll take it! 5GHz club!! Where's my trophy? jk biggrin.gif


Applause guys..

Not there yet though.. So I'll save it for later..
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