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Yeah for the 24/7 use.
I know people who use his 8 core cpu 5.5ghz stable 24/7 on air
http://www.overclock.net/t/1411009/5-ghz-overclocks-vishera#post_20443012

Never looked at this before but you didn't read this really well:
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not my cpu, but my buddy called me after he got his prebuilt fx6300 system, so i came over and helped him overclock. He paid too much for the system but it had a solid mb (ga-990a-ud5) an alright psu (xfx-600W) and a corsair h80i. so i figured we'd see how good his fx was and we started out just increasing the multiplier and loading into windows.
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
4.5, 4.6, 4.7 i was a little weirded out, no vcore bump yet, so we ran prime95... passed with flying colors on stock voltage at 4.7ghz... at that point i looked at him and said "we gotta go for it, you just won the lottery" so we strapped in and enjoyed the ride. it started to need vcore to load into windows at 5.2ghz, we hit a prime stable overclock at 5.6ghz and i think it was 1.4625 (?) vcore... ended up bowing out at that point as we could get it to load into windows up to 5.8, but we couldn't get it stable there... and at 5.7 we needed something stupid like 1.55vcore, and the temps were nuts

so... a day to day 5.6ghz, 1.4625V vcore with a 55C prime95 temp (not sure on that temp, the cpu doesn't report the temps right, going on a best guess from the socket temp reported by the mb) on a corsair h80i with a ga-990fxa-ud5 mb.

So it was a friend of a guy you know for starters, it was an FX-6300 not an 8 core and it was on Water, not air rolleyes.gif

and while i'm at it i'm gonna pick this one apart as well:
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Nope, you said OCP as a blanket statement and the original post was about PSU OCP which you replied to with something else entirely.

Oh....almost forgot, you got those 5.0ghz screecaps for us yet?

10 runs under IBT AVX on very high will be sufficient smile.gif
You want i ruin my cpu and motherboard only stupid people who dosent know what he do run 5ghz+ intel avx test because you fry your board with that if you dont believe me then read worlds best fx serie overclocker guy who made world record overclock with fx cpu. That show you dont know nothing but you talk like you know doh
http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?289461-A-little-birdie-told-me&p=5237948&viewfull=1#post5237948

So i went and had a read of this thread and The Stilt warns of running IBT or Prime95 on high overclocks is because of lack of cooling on/around the vrm area.

One of the first things anyone will tell you in this thread is over 4.4Ghz or so you NEED a fan on the vrms/backside of the socket
Quote:
Linpack <> IBT, OCCT (Small Data Size) are around 90% of the stress that the most recent Prime95 V28.5 LargeFFT torture test generates.

Running any of these, including Prime torture test at stock or even with light overclock is just fine.
However the additional <20% of power consumption at high overclocks is the thing that is dangerous.

I personally don't feel comfortable running any of the software listed above (or any kind of burn-in tests) at settings which result current draw excess 140A.
The high current levels are fine as long as your CPU and motherboard (VRM) are properly cooled. The small stock heatsink installed on the VRM, especially without any proper and direct airflow just won't cut it at these current levels.
On heavily overclocked systems additional, direct airflow to the VRM is mandatory no matter what motherboard you are using. Especially the guys using AIOs should pay special attention to that.
Cooling down the VRM properly will not only increase realiablity and stability but also reduces the CPU temperature and total system power consumption by boosting the VRM efficiency.
The CPU is directly connected to the VRM with a very large amount of copper, which conducts the heat pretty damn well between the two. So improving the cooling on either will reduce the temperature on the other also.

For example the OnSemi 4955N mosfet (which is quite a common low-side fet on AM3r2 motherboards): At 25 degree C it is rated for 48A continuous current while at 130 degree C it is derated to 19A.

Basically your VRM requires (additional) 1/5th of the cooling capacity your CPU has.
i.e. At 200W CPU power draw the VRM cooling needs to handle 30-40W of power.

When I am talking about CPU power consumption I mean the actual amount of power the CPU draws.
The CPU VRM efficiency is around 80-85% and the PSU efficiency can vary from 80% to 94% or so.
So even in the most optimal case where the VRM efficiency would be 85% and the PSU efficiency would be 94%, the power consumption measured from the wall is 250W when the CPU itself draws 200W.

The parts i highlighted/bolded are parts that are common sense in this thread.

I know your English isn't that great but cmon man...... rolleyes.gif
Edited by Sgt Bilko - 11/12/14 at 4:57am
 
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Yeah for the 24/7 use.
I know people who use his 8 core cpu 5.5ghz stable 24/7 on air
http://www.overclock.net/t/1411009/5-ghz-overclocks-vishera#post_20443012

Never looked at this before but you didn't read this really well:
Quote:
not my cpu, but my buddy called me after he got his prebuilt fx6300 system, so i came over and helped him overclock. He paid too much for the system but it had a solid mb (ga-990a-ud5) an alright psu (xfx-600W) and a corsair h80i. so i figured we'd see how good his fx was and we started out just increasing the multiplier and loading into windows.
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
4.5, 4.6, 4.7 i was a little weirded out, no vcore bump yet, so we ran prime95... passed with flying colors on stock voltage at 4.7ghz... at that point i looked at him and said "we gotta go for it, you just won the lottery" so we strapped in and enjoyed the ride. it started to need vcore to load into windows at 5.2ghz, we hit a prime stable overclock at 5.6ghz and i think it was 1.4625 (?) vcore... ended up bowing out at that point as we could get it to load into windows up to 5.8, but we couldn't get it stable there... and at 5.7 we needed something stupid like 1.55vcore, and the temps were nuts

so... a day to day 5.6ghz, 1.4625V vcore with a 55C prime95 temp (not sure on that temp, the cpu doesn't report the temps right, going on a best guess from the socket temp reported by the mb) on a corsair h80i with a ga-990fxa-ud5 mb. About as good an fx 6300 as i've seen. (a friend of a friend of mine has an 8320 he got to 5.5ghz stable on air, probably could get it further on a custom water loop, i know he could get it to load into windows at 5.7)

So it was a friend of a guy you know for starters, it was an FX-6300 not an 8 core and it was on Water, not air rolleyes.gif

and while i'm at it i'm gonna pick this one apart as well:
Quote:
Originally Posted by puts View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by Sgt Bilko View Post

Nope, you said OCP as a blanket statement and the original post was about PSU OCP which you replied to with something else entirely.

Oh....almost forgot, you got those 5.0ghz screecaps for us yet?

10 runs under IBT AVX on very high will be sufficient smile.gif
You want i ruin my cpu and motherboard only stupid people who dosent know what he do run 5ghz+ intel avx test because you fry your board with that if you dont believe me then read worlds best fx serie overclocker guy who made world record overclock with fx cpu. That show you dont know nothing but you talk like you know doh
http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?289461-A-little-birdie-told-me&p=5237948&viewfull=1#post5237948

So i went and had a read of this thread and The Stilt warns of running IBT or Prime95 on high overclocks is because of lack of cooling on/around the vrm area.

One of the first things anyone will tell you in this thread is over 4.4Ghz or so you NEED a fan on the vrms/backside of the socket
Quote:
Linpack <> IBT, OCCT (Small Data Size) are around 90% of the stress that the most recent Prime95 V28.5 LargeFFT torture test generates.

Running any of these, including Prime torture test at stock or even with light overclock is just fine.
However the additional <20% of power consumption at high overclocks is the thing that is dangerous.

I personally don't feel comfortable running any of the software listed above (or any kind of burn-in tests) at settings which result current draw excess 140A.
The high current levels are fine as long as your CPU and motherboard (VRM) are properly cooled. The small stock heatsink installed on the VRM, especially without any proper and direct airflow just won't cut it at these current levels.
On heavily overclocked systems additional, direct airflow to the VRM is mandatory no matter what motherboard you are using. Especially the guys using AIOs should pay special attention to that.
Cooling down the VRM properly will not only increase realiablity and stability but also reduces the CPU temperature and total system power consumption by boosting the VRM efficiency.
The CPU is directly connected to the VRM with a very large amount of copper, which conducts the heat pretty damn well between the two. So improving the cooling on either will reduce the temperature on the other also.

For example the OnSemi 4955N mosfet (which is quite a common low-side fet on AM3r2 motherboards): At 25 degree C it is rated for 48A continuous current while at 130 degree C it is derated to 19A.

Basically your VRM requires (additional) 1/5th of the cooling capacity your CPU has.
i.e. At 200W CPU power draw the VRM cooling needs to handle 30-40W of power.

When I am talking about CPU power consumption I mean the actual amount of power the CPU draws.
The CPU VRM efficiency is around 80-85% and the PSU efficiency can vary from 80% to 94% or so.
So even in the most optimal case where the VRM efficiency would be 85% and the PSU efficiency would be 94%, the power consumption measured from the wall is 250W when the CPU itself draws 200W.

The parts i highlighted/bolded are parts that are common sense in this thread.

I know your English isn't that great but cmon man...... rolleyes.gif
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Yeah for the 24/7 use.
I know people who use his 8 core cpu 5.5ghz stable 24/7 on air
http://www.overclock.net/t/1411009/5-ghz-overclocks-vishera#post_20443012

Never looked at this before but you didn't read this really well:
Quote:
not my cpu, but my buddy called me after he got his prebuilt fx6300 system, so i came over and helped him overclock. He paid too much for the system but it had a solid mb (ga-990a-ud5) an alright psu (xfx-600W) and a corsair h80i. so i figured we'd see how good his fx was and we started out just increasing the multiplier and loading into windows.
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
4.5, 4.6, 4.7 i was a little weirded out, no vcore bump yet, so we ran prime95... passed with flying colors on stock voltage at 4.7ghz... at that point i looked at him and said "we gotta go for it, you just won the lottery" so we strapped in and enjoyed the ride. it started to need vcore to load into windows at 5.2ghz, we hit a prime stable overclock at 5.6ghz and i think it was 1.4625 (?) vcore... ended up bowing out at that point as we could get it to load into windows up to 5.8, but we couldn't get it stable there... and at 5.7 we needed something stupid like 1.55vcore, and the temps were nuts

so... a day to day 5.6ghz, 1.4625V vcore with a 55C prime95 temp (not sure on that temp, the cpu doesn't report the temps right, going on a best guess from the socket temp reported by the mb) on a corsair h80i with a ga-990fxa-ud5 mb. About as good an fx 6300 as i've seen. (a friend of a friend of mine has an 8320 he got to 5.5ghz stable on air, probably could get it further on a custom water loop, i know he could get it to load into windows at 5.7)

So it was a friend of a guy you know for starters, it was an FX-6300 not an 8 core and it was on Water, not air rolleyes.gif

and while i'm at it i'm gonna pick this one apart as well:
Quote:
Originally Posted by puts View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by Sgt Bilko View Post

Nope, you said OCP as a blanket statement and the original post was about PSU OCP which you replied to with something else entirely.

Oh....almost forgot, you got those 5.0ghz screecaps for us yet?

10 runs under IBT AVX on very high will be sufficient smile.gif
You want i ruin my cpu and motherboard only stupid people who dosent know what he do run 5ghz+ intel avx test because you fry your board with that if you dont believe me then read worlds best fx serie overclocker guy who made world record overclock with fx cpu. That show you dont know nothing but you talk like you know doh
http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?289461-A-little-birdie-told-me&p=5237948&viewfull=1#post5237948

So i went and had a read of this thread and The Stilt warns of running IBT or Prime95 on high overclocks is because of lack of cooling on/around the vrm area.

One of the first things anyone will tell you in this thread is over 4.4Ghz or so you NEED a fan on the vrms/backside of the socket
Quote:
Linpack <> IBT, OCCT (Small Data Size) are around 90% of the stress that the most recent Prime95 V28.5 LargeFFT torture test generates.

Running any of these, including Prime torture test at stock or even with light overclock is just fine.
However the additional <20% of power consumption at high overclocks is the thing that is dangerous.

I personally don't feel comfortable running any of the software listed above (or any kind of burn-in tests) at settings which result current draw excess 140A.
The high current levels are fine as long as your CPU and motherboard (VRM) are properly cooled. The small stock heatsink installed on the VRM, especially without any proper and direct airflow just won't cut it at these current levels.
On heavily overclocked systems additional, direct airflow to the VRM is mandatory no matter what motherboard you are using. Especially the guys using AIOs should pay special attention to that.
Cooling down the VRM properly will not only increase realiablity and stability but also reduces the CPU temperature and total system power consumption by boosting the VRM efficiency.
The CPU is directly connected to the VRM with a very large amount of copper, which conducts the heat pretty damn well between the two. So improving the cooling on either will reduce the temperature on the other also.

For example the OnSemi 4955N mosfet (which is quite a common low-side fet on AM3r2 motherboards): At 25 degree C it is rated for 48A continuous current while at 130 degree C it is derated to 19A.

Basically your VRM requires (additional) 1/5th of the cooling capacity your CPU has.
i.e. At 200W CPU power draw the VRM cooling needs to handle 30-40W of power.

When I am talking about CPU power consumption I mean the actual amount of power the CPU draws.
The CPU VRM efficiency is around 80-85% and the PSU efficiency can vary from 80% to 94% or so.
So even in the most optimal case where the VRM efficiency would be 85% and the PSU efficiency would be 94%, the power consumption measured from the wall is 250W when the CPU itself draws 200W.

The parts i highlighted/bolded are parts that are common sense in this thread.

I know your English isn't that great but cmon man...... rolleyes.gif
No! You are wrong!

No, I am Left! biggrin.gif
 
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So so I put a fan on the back of my socket if I'm running full custom loop with temps never reaching 55 and socket 58 on a 4.8 ghz clock. And if so how do you mount the fan doue sided tape?
    
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So so I put a fan on the back of my socket if I'm running full custom loop with temps never reaching 55 and socket 58 on a 4.8 ghz clock. And if so how do you mount the fan doue sided tape?

i use cable ties for back of socket
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I scored 4080 in Heaven extreme but that was with the i7. It'll be a while before I have the FX back on the bench, soon though I need to prep it for another run and want to get some OSes installed for it.

I might have to give Heaven a run on the 295 soon, look like a nice score you got there mate smile.gif

Been doing any Catzilla tinkering with that GPU yet?

I did a quad run a while ago and managed 22k at 1440p smile.gif

Ya I've done a few but so far all with the i7, haven't fired up my FX this week but will.

Here's 720 http://hwbot.org/submission/2671252_johan45_catzilla___720p_geforce_gtx_980_34691_marks
Here's 1440 http://hwbot.org/submission/2671214_johan45_catzilla___1440p_geforce_gtx_980_10757_marks

Haven't done much fine tuning yet just getting a feel for the card.

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i talked GPU OCP and that can shut down your all pc and that not must be PSU OCP. Because that fool thinked hes fx cpu can powerdraw over 350w is rubbish. And i have had GPU OCP before and PSU OCP too because i have wattmeter

There's no need for name calling puts. I know I have likely pulled way more than 350w with my FX when you go over 5.0 the power requirements increase dramatically but you likely wouldn't know about that from experience.
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i talked GPU OCP and that can shut down your all pc and that not must be PSU OCP. Because that fool thinked hes fx cpu can powerdraw over 350w is rubbish. And i have had GPU OCP before and PSU OCP too because i have wattmeter

... then i must be a fool because i know mine pulls at least that..... thanks OCP !
@ Megaman
Thanks for joining the old fool club !
Edited by Johan45 - 11/12/14 at 5:37am
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That'd be me

So BF4 does thrive on faster arm then?

Frostbite 3 (BF's engine) is state of the art and the game itself in its multiplayer form in levels with big destruction is a CPU resource hog of epic proportions. Fast ram helps alot, especially under DX (with mantle I hardly ever drop anywhere near 70fps in my 60hz monitor regardless of ram).
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i use cable ties for back of socket
So do I.fan blowing onto rear of mobo to cool socket and rear of vrms
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@ Megaman
Thanks for joining the old fool club !

can I join, I'm old and a fool tongue.gif
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No, I am Left! biggrin.gif

That would make you sinister!
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