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post #42621 of 67898
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Originally Posted by mus1mus View Post

Okay, to put you in the right direction. For 5.0 GHz,

1. Set-up a RIG SIG. http://www.overclock.net/t/1258253/how-to-put-your-rig-in-your-sig
2. Grab a Dual RAD AIO. Or go direct to custom loop with at least a 360mm Radiator
3. Stop thinking about what you knew.
4. Start listening to people here.

5. DO NOT CHEAP OUT ANYTHING.

6. if you like trolling, get outta here. tongue.gif
como on man its not that hard even amd sell fx-9590 cpu what is 5ghz @ stock speed.
If you cant go 5ghz then your cpu cant handle that and even overclock and all settings dont help you
post #42622 of 67898
WRONG. 9590 has a stock speed of 4.7 that Turbos to 5.0

More often than not, it stays at 4.7 98% of the time.

Do my first instruction before posting anything back here.
post #42623 of 67898
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Originally Posted by FlailScHLAMP View Post

please show us you getting 5ghz stable on your new cooler, if it is that easy.. proof.gif?
I really want to see this...

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Originally Posted by mus1mus View Post

Okay, to put you in the right direction. For 5.0 GHz,

1. Set-up a RIG SIG. http://www.overclock.net/t/1258253/how-to-put-your-rig-in-your-sig
2. Grab a Dual RAD AIO. Or go direct to custom loop with at least a 360mm Radiator
3. Stop thinking about what you knew.
4. Start listening to people here.
5. DO NOT CHEAP OUT ANYTHING
6. if you like trolling, get outta here. tongue.gif

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I really want to see this...
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Please don't hold your breath.. this would not be healthy in terms of what is going on here. But, if puts thinks he can do it, simply with a voltage and multiplier increase, I *HAVE* to see this. I *WANT* to see this. But, I also was some proof.gif

That cooler he was talking about earlier, the Thermalright AXP-100 (SI-128, which is discontinued), will not cut it though. Even the beefier AXP-200 low-profile cooler will not be out for the task, let alone a SilverArrow Extreme. I just don't see it happening with my experience with a proper aftermarket HSF from the likes of Thermalright and Noctua HSF's. While good, there not that good for a 5.0 GHz run, stable.



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como on man its not that hard even amd sell fx-9590 cpu what is 5ghz @ stock speed.
If you cant go 5ghz then your cpu cant handle that and even overclock and all settings dont help you

Umm, no. mus1mus already chimed in on this one. tongue.gif
Edited by Antykain - 11/9/14 at 4:19pm
post #42625 of 67898
I would say the reason 95% of people that go for 5ghz can't get there is that they are held back by cooling.

Some chip with need stupid overkill cooling to hit 5ghz, some do not.

I think there are 2 maybe 3 members that had legitimately good cooling that their chips couldn't do it.. Madgoat comes to mind. the chip is rarely the factor holding anyone back.

If you are not using a top tier board (UD5+, Saberkitty+, and the black voodoo of CSSORKIN with MSI ) 5ghz is a mighty challenge, indeed.

my chip needs 1.53v+ under-load to manage 4.75-4.76, give me 420mm of rad space, 5ghz will likely be easy, albeit with stupid volts.
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I would say the reason 95% of people that go for 5ghz can't get there is that they are held back by cooling.

Some chip with need stupid overkill cooling to hit 5ghz, some do not.

Silicon lottery players here.. that's for sure. One chip next to another of the same does not mean it's going to play the OC game the same way. Just the way it goes, and always has been.
post #42627 of 67898
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Originally Posted by FlailScHLAMP View Post

I would say the reason 95% of people that go for 5ghz can't get there is that they are held back by cooling.

Some chip with need stupid overkill cooling to hit 5ghz, some do not.

I think there are 2 maybe 3 members that had legitimately good cooling that their chips couldn't do it.. Madgoat comes to mind. the chip is rarely the factor holding anyone back.

If you are not using a top tier board (UD5+, Saberkitty+, and the black voodoo of CSSORKIN with MSI ) 5ghz is a mighty challenge, indeed.

my chip needs 1.53v+ under-load to manage 4.75-4.76, give me 420mm of rad space, 5ghz will likely be easy, albeit with stupid volts.
All new series amd cpus (90-95%) can go 4.9+ ghz 8320e, 8370e and 8370 you guys use too old cpus and maybe thats why you cant go big five so thats my fault i didnt say what cpus i meaned, hope you guys dont hate me long for that redface.gif
post #42628 of 67898
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I would say the reason 95% of people that go for 5ghz can't get there is that they are held back by cooling.

Some chip with need stupid overkill cooling to hit 5ghz, some do not.

I think there are 2 maybe 3 members that had legitimately good cooling that their chips couldn't do it.. Madgoat comes to mind. the chip is rarely the factor holding anyone back.

If you are not using a top tier board (UD5+, Saberkitty+, and the black voodoo of CSSORKIN with MSI ) 5ghz is a mighty challenge, indeed.

my chip needs 1.53v+ under-load to manage 4.75-4.76, give me 420mm of rad space, 5ghz will likely be easy, albeit with stupid volts.


So true.

Dude, count me in to them.. lol with an ambient of under 20s maybe I can stabilize a 5.0 with IBT AVX. But I am yet to try it. My System shuts down at 1.7 Volts in the BIOS. That might also be my limit.

I am yet to use my High Speed Fans on the rig but I reckon too little help will be gained from them with a rad space of 840mm X 120mm and both dual rows at 45mm.

System is stable at 4.85 with 1.620 Vcore but still toasting. tongue.gif
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I would say the reason 95% of people that go for 5ghz can't get there is that they are held back by cooling.

Some chip with need stupid overkill cooling to hit 5ghz, some do not.

I think there are 2 maybe 3 members that had legitimately good cooling that their chips couldn't do it.. Madgoat comes to mind. the chip is rarely the factor holding anyone back.

If you are not using a top tier board (UD5+, Saberkitty+, and the black voodoo of CSSORKIN with MSI ) 5ghz is a mighty challenge, indeed.

my chip needs 1.53v+ under-load to manage 4.75-4.76, give me 420mm of rad space, 5ghz will likely be easy, albeit with stupid volts.

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I would say the reason 95% of people that go for 5ghz can't get there is that they are held back by cooling.

Some chip with need stupid overkill cooling to hit 5ghz, some do not.

I think there are 2 maybe 3 members that had legitimately good cooling that their chips couldn't do it.. Madgoat comes to mind. the chip is rarely the factor holding anyone back.

If you are not using a top tier board (UD5+, Saberkitty+, and the black voodoo of CSSORKIN with MSI ) 5ghz is a mighty challenge, indeed.

my chip needs 1.53v+ under-load to manage 4.75-4.76, give me 420mm of rad space, 5ghz will likely be easy, albeit with stupid volts.
All new series amd cpus (90-95%) can go 4.9+ ghz 8320e, 8370e and 8370 you guys use too old cpus and maybe thats why you cant go big five so thats my fault i didnt say what cpus i meaned, hope you guys dont hate me long for that redface.gif

still waiting on proof..
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