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well I dunno what ASrock boards look like at the back. But ON most of the higher end AM3+ Asus boards with Digi+ VRMs. (970EVO and up) there are drivers on the back of the board. On Sabertooth and Corssahair there are metal plate things on the back of the board which 1 help attach the VRM heatsink and 2 cool these said drivers. But on the M5A99FX and lower they didn't put the plate thing there. So these were left uncooled basically. And these mothers can get hot. I am talking 100C+ hot. So in combination with my backside socket fan and VRM gan, I tried to lower my socket temps further by cooling the drivers.

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CHVFZ is installed. I did a quick test at 4.7 and no insta freeze smile.gif Its a good start id say.


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Nice. Mine is still a WIP. Still thinking if I should do hardline tubing on it since I will be buying a waterblock for the VRM and the Chipset.

Look below: Catch him up. tongue.gif
hmm if your a local I would. biggrin.gif

Wow, a block on the VRM/NB with hardline sounds fun. Too bad I'm a scardi-cat arrowheadsmiley.png
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Not on that cooling wink.gif

The CHV-Z will give him about 100mhz more than the Asrock board did due to better voltage regulation reducing temps but I'd be very surprised if he can go much further on his cooling. The latest chips ( E variant in particular) I have run on less voltage BUT once you add voltage the temps go very high , very quickly - moreso than the early Vishera chips.

I wish him the best of luck however smile.gif

Ya, even at 4.7 with 1.416 peaks it gets quite warm. Unless I can get better airflow/cooling, I will not be going any higher. Even 4.7 is pushing it ATM.
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We will see how steep that wall is. What I know is that on the Sabertooth my 8350 needs 1.5v @ 4.7 and the 9590 needed 1.428v @ 4.7. I want him to beat my best of 4.823mhz with the 8350. I'm still 2-3 months away from buying the next cpu and still don't know what it will be.

When my fans come in then I will try and push a little further, but for now 4.7 is on the edge temp wise for me.
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Woot

Thanks smile.gif At least with this MB I seem to be able to run 1.4v+ without insta-freeze, despite the fact I am still facing a thermal wall.

Edit: 4.7 with 1.416v peaks passed 10 IBT passes, but crashed last night while folding so to stabilize it I will likely need more voltage/heat. Not sure I want to flirt with that yet, at least not until I can improve my air-flow/cooling. More fans are on the way.
Edited by pshootr - 2/15/15 at 5:39pm
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Edit: 4.7 with 1.416v peaks passed 10 IBT passes, but crashed last night while folding so to stabilize it I will likely need more voltage/heat. Not sure I want to flirt with that yet, at least not until I can improve my air-flow/cooling. More fans are on the way.

Yeah I tend to run 20 runs minimum/maximum now as I noticed 10 doesn't seem to be enough sometimes, for me at the least. Some OC settings can pass perfectly on 10 Runs but will fail 20 Runs at various points. I would recommend VH 20 Runs as it doesn't take long. If it passes VH 20 Runs and does not crash in anything you do then that is a sealed deal. The same can be said with 10 runs I guess. For final stability I always run Max 20 Runs. Good luck once the fans come in. It's suppose to snow about 12" overnight where I live and the lowest temps for this weeks are 1F 5F -13F, etc for the week. I suppose I will be trying to go for 1.5V and above tomorrow.
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Yeah I tend to run 20 runs minimum/maximum now as I noticed 10 doesn't seem to be enough sometimes, for me at the least. Some OC settings can pass perfectly on 10 Runs but will fail 20 Runs at various points. I would recommend VH 20 Runs as it doesn't take long. If it passes VH 20 Runs and does not crash in anything you do then that is a sealed deal. The same can be said with 10 runs I guess. For final stability I always run Max 20 Runs. Good luck once the fans come in. It's suppose to snow about 12" overnight where I live and the lowest temps for this weeks are 1F 5F -13F, etc for the week. I suppose I will be trying to go for 1.5V and above tomorrow.

Thanks man smile.gif And good luck with your cool weather runs. Sometime soon I will try and figure out how to stabilize 4.7. Hopefully it will be CPU/NB or something other than vcore lol.
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Wow, a block on the VRM/NB with hardline sounds fun. Too bad I'm a scardi-cat arrowheadsmiley.png

Well, watercooling is fun. smile.gif

The only downside is that it is an expensive one if you think about it. But that aside, the benefits are awesome
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Thanks man smile.gif And good luck with your cool weather runs. Sometime soon I will try and figure out how to stabilize 4.7. Hopefully it will be CPU/NB or something other than vcore lol.

I hope so too. I need 1.425V (1.428V when CPU is loaded heavily) to get 4.7GHz stable for me. Hopefully you can get it stable at lower CPU Vcore as you're big air cooling if I remember correctly. If you haven't already check out this thread (below) which was a big help explaining most of the important BIOS settings for Asus AM3+ motherboards when it comes to overclocking.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1348623/amd-bulldozer-and-piledriver-overclocking-guide-asus-motherboard
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Well, watercooling is fun. smile.gif

The only downside is that it is an expensive one if you think about it. But that aside, the benefits are awesome

Ya, I must admit it is taking quite a bit of discipline to refrain from getting a loop wink.gif
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I hope so too. I need 1.425V (1.428V when CPU is loaded heavily) to get 4.7GHz stable for me. Hopefully you can get it stable at lower CPU Vcore as you're big air cooling if I remember correctly. If you haven't already check out this thread (below) which was a big help explaining most of the important BIOS settings for Asus AM3+ motherboards when it comes to overclocking.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1348623/amd-bulldozer-and-piledriver-overclocking-guide-asus-motherboard

Ya I have seen it but thanks for posting it. thumb.gif Now that I have the CHVFZ, I will have to give it a few more reads.

I will be moving my GPU down to the third slot, this will hopefully help to improve my CPU temps. Can't wait until I can setup some proper air-flow. Hopefully the Egg will ship my fans tomorrow.
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Well, watercooling is fun. smile.gif

The only downside is that it is an expensive one if you think about it. But that aside, the benefits are awesome

Ya, I must admit it is taking quite a bit of discipline to refrain from getting a loop wink.gif
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I hope so too. I need 1.425V (1.428V when CPU is loaded heavily) to get 4.7GHz stable for me. Hopefully you can get it stable at lower CPU Vcore as you're big air cooling if I remember correctly. If you haven't already check out this thread (below) which was a big help explaining most of the important BIOS settings for Asus AM3+ motherboards when it comes to overclocking.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1348623/amd-bulldozer-and-piledriver-overclocking-guide-asus-motherboard

Ya I have seen it but thanks for posting it. thumb.gif Now that I have the CHVFZ, I will have to give it a few more reads.

I will be moving my GPU down to the third slot, this will hopefully help to improve my CPU temps. Can't wait until I can setup some proper air-flow. Hopefully the Egg will ship my fans tomorrow.

next step is to update the rigbuilder tongue.gif
 
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