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1866 to 2400 made a bit of a difference in gaming but I doubt it will be the same with the FX chips.

@Minaotaurtoo - I agree with the undervolting thing. The people not interested in overclocking should look into undervolting to lower heat and power. I undervolted many of my Core 2 Duo laptops and did so with my 1055T while it was running at 2.8GHz stock speeds.
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1866 to 2400 made a bit of a difference in gaming but I doubt it will be the same with the FX chips.

@Minaotaurtoo - I agree with the undervolting thing. The people not interested in overclocking should look into undervolting to lower heat and power. I undervolted many of my Core 2 Duo laptops and did so with my 1055T while it was running at 2.8GHz stock speeds.
its amazing how many chips can be undervolted substantially without any stability issues... this 9590.. not lol... its at the min... at least not without turning on the LLC... with LLC just set to ultra high I can either drop volts to -.1 or increase speed to 5ghz... guess which one I picked... lol
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Hey guys, I am looking to to upgrade my battery back up for my system. I am currently using one rating for 650 watt. I found last night while playing crysis 3 (heavy resource hog spot of the game about 45 minutes in) my battery back up software would interrupt me saying I am overloading the battery. Needless to say I down clocked from 5ghz to 4.96 ghz (puts me about 30 watts under what the battery is rated) to mitigate the possibility of melting something down...lol. What would be a good unit to buy up to about 1000 watts? Any recommendations?
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Hey guys, I am looking to to upgrade my battery back up for my system. I am currently using one rating for 650 watt. I found last night while playing crysis 3 (heavy resource hog spot of the game about 45 minutes in) my battery back up software would interrupt me saying I am overloading the battery. Needless to say I down clocked from 5ghz to 4.96 ghz (puts me about 30 watts under what the battery is rated) to mitigate the possibility of melting something down...lol. What would be a good unit to buy up to about 1000 watts? Any recommendations?

are you mixing KVA up with Watts? or are you asking about load limitations?
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Wow better cable management/neatness does help actually. Mine was pretty bad near front/intakes....
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Wow better cable management/neatness does help actually. Mine was pretty bad near front/intakes....

I gained about 4C in core temp by moving the pci-e power cables away from the cpu's HSF on a 965 BE rig that had 2 4870x2's in it. I was a bit shocked at how much difference it made.
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I gained about 4C in core temp by moving the pci-e power cables away from the cpu's HSF on a 965 BE rig that had 2 4870x2's in it. I was a bit shocked at how much difference it made.


Yeah took out/apart EVERYTHING/pulled board etc...re-did it all shoved most of cables underneath/backside etc now the front is not blocked as bad and like you said seeing like a 4-5c difference. Wow guess I didn't think it was that bad.
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are you mixing KVA up with Watts? or are you asking about load limitations?


asking if any one has recommendation for a good ups(battery back up). I need something larger than I have.
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are you mixing KVA up with Watts? or are you asking about load limitations?


asking if any one has recommendation for a good ups(battery back up). I need something larger than I have.

how long do you want your battery back up to be able to support your computer on a black out?

if you are going to buy a new one, might as well make sure you are getting the "protection" you are expecting
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about 5 minutes or so. I am not looking to run it for any length of time. Just long enough to properly shut my system down in the event of a blackout.
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