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I'd be surprised if it did.....

I had a 8 year 700w OCZ go BOOOOM!!! while I was running my 1090T at 4.3, and the 290 @ 1150/1600 haha

Didn't fry anything but itself luckily.... sure was smelly though. lol
yeah in computer repair our teacher rigged one to go up in smoke and it surprised even him when it blew a cap through the side.of the casing on the psu...but it definitely made us weary of making sure connections were right and secure smile.gif it sounded like.a gunshot...pretty cool but yeah damn thing stunk the place up for days
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I had a 8 year 700w OCZ go BOOOOM!!! while I was running my 1090T at 4.3, and the 290 @ 1150/1600 haha

Didn't fry anything but itself luckily.... sure was smelly though. lol

My Corsair CX400 (Seasonic) died recently too, after, i don't know, 4-5 years of use, but gracefully...It simply suddenly wouldn't power up the PC anymore. One moment it was working, the next not. But very graceful death. I bought now an XFX Pro 430W or whatever it's called.

OCZ, the more i read about it, the more i dread it. Its PSUs go boom too? My first SSD was OCZ Petrol. It arrived, but it wasn't working correctly. And it was making a sound. After losing my patience, i open it with a screwdriver and i find... a detached NAND module... I couldn't believe my eyes. I didn't even bother to RMA it, this is how disgusted i was.

Seems like OCZ is a brand to avoid in everything...
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I don't recall, but 1200/1600 is about all I've tried on it. Had a great run going at 4.8 Ghz when the powersupply ( seasonic 750 gold rated modular X series ) conked out during the combined test... ocp or ovp - I'm afraid it wiped out my 960T - first processor casualty of my Ocing career frown.gif.
you murderer....get the torches boys smile.gif

lol 4.8ghz at 1.55 volts.... yeah I probably deserve those torches - sad though , it was an awesome chip.

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I don't recall, but 1200/1600 is about all I've tried on it. Had a great run going at 4.8 Ghz when the powersupply ( seasonic 750 gold rated modular X series ) conked out during the combined test... ocp or ovp - I'm afraid it wiped out my 960T - first processor casualty of my Ocing career frown.gif.

I'd be surprised if it did.....

I had a 8 year 700w OCZ go BOOOOM!!! while I was running my 1090T at 4.3, and the 290 @ 1150/1600 haha

Didn't fry anything but itself luckily.... sure was smelly though. lol

I have had 2 700 watt OCZ's ( silent pro??? I dont remember now ) fail less than 3 months out of warranty, one of them did a slow burn, the other went with a boom - complete with sparks and smoke - seriously scary and stanky!
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lol 4.8ghz at 1.55 volts.... yeah I probably deserve those torches - sad though , it was an awesome chip.
I have had 2 700 watt OCZ's ( silent pro??? I dont remember now ) fail less than 3 months out of warranty, one of them did a slow burn, the other went with a boom - complete with sparks and smoke - seriously scary and stanky!

Mine was the game Extreme from like 2006, it just blew like 4 months ago though!!! hahaha

It was about that time.... I was probably pulling 800w or more from the wall considering it was a 79% efficient PSU (good during that time period) and the caps had aged quite a bit. It too, went during the combined test, lol.

It did however, power down completely, sit quietly for maybe 2 seconds, and then go pop, so nothing died with it.
I guess it was as good of a PSU for it's time as it was claimed to be.
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I have a 9590 and experimented with 1.400 volts and AMD Overdrive. OK, went like this: Stress all 8 cores and watch the temps climb before it hit 55C system would lock up (25C ambient). BTW it is a water cooled system. If I choose 4 cores it would run until I decided to shut it down. I should have tried it with 6 cores, but since it did not matter which cores were chosen it was stable, why bother? I can run 4.9Ghz @ 1.400 volts for normal operation (gaming) and as long as the ambient temp is lower than 24C, no problemo. If the ambient is 20C I can run benchmarks at 5Ghz. That pretty much seems to be the speed limit for that chip and voltage. My 8350 was pretty much the same except the speed limit was lower (4.7Ghz) It is one of the older ones that came in a tin. It is about 3 years old now and does it's job @ 4.4Ghz and 1.380 volts. It will no longer run stable @ 4.7Ghz no matter how many volts you throw at it. They do age, ya know. Just for snicks I ran the 9590 on 1.380 volts and it was happy and ran with no hiccups at 4.5Ghz. Good to know when Temp hits 30C in the summer and I don't want to pay for AC electric bill. I can play games @ 4.4Ghz and not notice much change. (R9 285 crossfire). I guess if I have too I will find out what the minimum volts would be if I need to run it and the AC is broke and It is 37C. Probably have to under clock the vid cards too at that temp.
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I had a 8 year 700w OCZ go BOOOOM!!! while I was running my 1090T at 4.3, and the 290 @ 1150/1600 haha

Didn't fry anything but itself luckily.... sure was smelly though. lol

My Corsair CX400 (Seasonic) died recently too, after, i don't know, 4-5 years of use, but gracefully...It simply suddenly wouldn't power up the PC anymore. One moment it was working, the next not. But very graceful death. I bought now an XFX Pro 430W or whatever it's called.

OCZ, the more i read about it, the more i dread it. Its PSUs go boom too? My first SSD was OCZ Petrol. It arrived, but it wasn't working correctly. And it was making a sound. After losing my patience, i open it with a screwdriver and i find... a detached NAND module... I couldn't believe my eyes. I didn't even bother to RMA it, this is how disgusted i was.

Seems like OCZ is a brand to avoid in everything...
And it's funny. OCZ used to be the go to people for things. I used to drool over 1200MHz DDR2 modules from OCZ back in the day. I mean they used to make really good quality stuff. What happened to them? Where did they loose their way? I mean they used to up their with Corsair Gskill and mushkin back n the DDR2 days. Now I dunno. Their newer Arc series of SSD's look good. But i mean. An NAND module not even attached? WTH? I would of sent that sucker back faster than you can say RMA.
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I had a 8 year 700w OCZ go BOOOOM!!! while I was running my 1090T at 4.3, and the 290 @ 1150/1600 haha

Didn't fry anything but itself luckily.... sure was smelly though. lol

My Corsair CX400 (Seasonic) died recently too, after, i don't know, 4-5 years of use, but gracefully...It simply suddenly wouldn't power up the PC anymore. One moment it was working, the next not. But very graceful death. I bought now an XFX Pro 430W or whatever it's called.

OCZ, the more i read about it, the more i dread it. Its PSUs go boom too? My first SSD was OCZ Petrol. It arrived, but it wasn't working correctly. And it was making a sound. After losing my patience, i open it with a screwdriver and i find... a detached NAND module... I couldn't believe my eyes. I didn't even bother to RMA it, this is how disgusted i was.

Seems like OCZ is a brand to avoid in everything...
And it's funny. OCZ used to be the go to people for things. I used to drool over 1200MHz DDR2 modules from OCZ back in the day. I mean they used to make really good quality stuff. What happened to them? Where did they loose their way? I mean they used to up their with Corsair Gskill and mushkin back n the DDR2 days. Now I dunno. Their newer Arc series of SSD's look good. But i mean. An NAND module not even attached? WTH? I would of sent that sucker back faster than you can say RMA.

I'm going to guess that the bean counters got involved and caused them to cheapen things up. DDR and DDR 2 they were pretty darn good.
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And it's funny. OCZ used to be the go to people for things. I used to drool over 1200MHz DDR2 modules from OCZ back in the day. I mean they used to make really good quality stuff. What happened to them? Where did they loose their way? I mean they used to up their with Corsair Gskill and mushkin back n the DDR2 days. Now I dunno. Their newer Arc series of SSD's look good. But i mean. An NAND module not even attached? WTH? I would of sent that sucker back faster than you can say RMA.

Yeah, i normally don't open SSDs, but when moving it and turning it around, i could hear a sound like something inside banging against something. So i got curious and thought "is there something loose inside? Maybe some screw they left is shorting something? Let's open it". And turns out it was a NAND module... biggrin.gif Maybe they should have stuck with RAM kits? biggrin.gif
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5ghz on 212 EVO?

Is it even remotely possible to do that?

No.
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Well, UPDATE....

I just ordered this board for $76.99 after the rebate and promo code discount.... and shipping was only .99!
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813157577

I know it's not a kitty, but the features, price, and looks make it a damn good value if you ask me!!!

I'll be doing a review with the 1090T for anyone interested in that, and will also do a future review with the FX-8310. If I can score that thing for $99, that will be $176 in the CPU and the board!!! I'm going to be expecting 4.6GHz, and HOPING for something in the 4.7-4.8GHz range on the visehera, but only expecting my regular 4GHz on this thuban....

I hope you will be at least as happy with it as I am with my Fatality Pro 990FX. As mentioned, I hit a wall at 4.6GHz on my 8320E, but it OC'd my PII for a little over 3 years without a hiccup. It has been reunited with my PII and will function as a home server soon (PLEX/Backups). I may even get another FX chip to put in it. cheers.gif
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So I started experimenting with a Ram Disk, currently I am using it for my Photoshop but will add other software once I'm used to using it.

It does speed things up a lot.

Has anyone used Ram Disc, Does anyone have ideas on using them?

Speeding up browsing for one , temp folders


https://www.softperfect.com/board/read.php?16,19209

http://blog.raxco.com/2013/03/22/4-great-reasons-to-use-ramdisk-plus-on-your-windows-pc-os-8-7-vista-or-xp/

http://www.overclock.net/t/1203475/best-uses-for-ramdisks/10
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