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so I re-TIM'd my NB chip on my MB with some AS5. whatever used to be on there sucked. it was crunchy and rock hard... i had to use a knife to scrape it off because it was tearing up my clothes without coming off haha...
I'll give the AS5 some more time to set in but right now i'm actually dissapointed because I am seeing almost NO temperature difference... after 20 minutes of OCCT the NB temps were back up to 75, this time it made it to 76.5 before locking the system up for good. CPU temps seem fine though again at a max 53*C (again i'm clocked to 4.8Ghz uzing multi and now 1.475V under load)
any advice on how else to get that NB chip down? my old case had a massive side fan blowing right on that area but im wondering if my new case (650D) isn't cutting it airflow wise due to only having a 200mm front intake and the rest as exhaust....

Is yours a 8+2 power phase? If so you would think it would be alright wouldn't you.

For some reason with this m5a99x evo i cannot get the nb temps to compare mad.gif
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Yea i've got 8+2....... IDK, maybe the power phases are getting too hot???? they only have some foam looking thing as the heat transfer to the sink, but its open circuits so i can't really replace the foam with TIM lol
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Well, yeah. I know that is better. A lot more expensive though. What kind of temps do you run?
The 212 has some very good reviews.
I used to run custom water cooling. I don't want to have to go down that road again.
Thanks for the posts.

But not on reviews for a 8 core chip. People can make the mistake of seeing am3+ and think its the same as running on a let say for example a 4 core chip like the fx 4100
Edited by gertruude - 12/4/12 at 11:21am
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But not on reviews for a 8 core chip. People can make the mistake of seeing am3+ and think its the same as running on a let say for example a 4 core chip like the fx 4100

Yeah that's fair. I guess it's something else to add to the list then!

Anyway. This is with the cooler re seated and my top fan flipped. Same stress as before, half an hour of Far Cry 3.
Much better. Is this OK? Oh the batch number is 1244. What can I ascertain from that?

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Did you take a picture of the chip? I'm not sure that is the right lot number
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Yeah that's fair. I guess it's something else to add to the list then!
Anyway. This is with the cooler re seated and my top fan flipped. Same stress as before, half an hour of Far Cry 3.
Much better. Is this OK? Oh the batch number is 1244. What can I ascertain from that?

Much better still high for just gaming but for now its a good as youll get i think.

with the batch numbers we all are comparing with each other to see whats best and the differences in vcore etc lol. Yours is the highest ive seen so far

heres the thread http://www.overclock.net/t/1331219/fx-83xx-data-collection-thread
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Did you take a picture of the chip? I'm not sure that is the right lot number

It's the only 4 digit number on the chip. I'm sure it's the right one.
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It's the only 4 digit number on the chip. I'm sure it's the right one.

1244 sounds right to me lol mines 1240

Just noticed on your pic the cpu rpm is low lol 640rpm. Can you turn that up any higher? The site says top speed is 1600

http://www.coolermaster.co.uk/product.php?product_id=6755
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I don't seem to be able to get it any higher. It ramps up now and then.
I will see what I can do. Thanks again.
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Come on guys you all have one of these CPUs. Did you install the hot fix???

I am using the hotfixs (plural)
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