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That's a well-known thing, that is why I was asking if the GD65 is any better than the m5a97 evo r2 for overclocking at 4.9+ GHz


4.9 GHz is hard even with top-tier components. Factoring in that you don't have a custom loop it would be fairly difficult even with a board like a Sabertooth R2. Johan could tell you all you want to know.
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4.9 GHz is hard even with top-tier components. Factoring in that you don't have a custom loop it would be fairly difficult even with a board like a Sabertooth R2. Johan could tell you all you want to know.
Actually, i see 4.9 a lot, and after a vrm and socket fan, it came pretty easily. I attribute that to my chip and cooler, cause my motherboard is a very budget minded board. Again, these low leakage chips seem to be landing on 4.8 and 9 commonly though, and i guess it helps i been doing this for a long time...
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So I've run into a bit of a problem. Yesterday, I upgraded my PSU from a 5 year old OCZ StealthXStream 600w to an OCZ ModXStream 700w and have seen my temps jump about 10-15℃ without having changed any thing other than the PSU.

I pulled my aircooler and reapplied new TIM (Arctic Silver 5) and it did not change.

I am stumped as to how replacing the power supply would do this. I tried dropping LLC from Ultra High to High and that didn't help as I failed stress testing after about a minute. I tried lowering cpu volts a little and failed stress testing. I don't want to lose my 4.6 overclock or switch back to my old psu but might not have va choice.

Any input would be awesome and thanks!!
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4.9 GHz is hard even with top-tier components. Factoring in that you don't have a custom loop it would be fairly difficult even with a board like a Sabertooth R2. Johan could tell you all you want to know.
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Actually, i see 4.9 a lot, and after a vrm and socket fan, it came pretty easily. I attribute that to my chip and cooler, cause my motherboard is a very budget minded board. Again, these low leakage chips seem to be landing on 4.8 and 9 commonly though, and i guess it helps i been doing this for a long time...

With the advent of these E-Chips, things got a bit easier even for air coolers. But 5.0 JugaHurtz doh.gif

Although, I should note that most people who have reached far beyond 4.8 were already in-the-know of these chips. With the exception of those who switched from a Thuban, maybe, that knows what they are doing.

Starters still encounter difficulties.
Edited by mus1mus - 5/7/15 at 7:36pm
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So I've run into a bit of a problem. Yesterday, I upgraded my PSU from a 5 year old OCZ StealthXStream 600w to an OCZ ModXStream 700w and have seen my temps jump about 10-15℃ without having changed any thing other than the PSU.

I pulled my aircooler and reapplied new TIM (Arctic Silver 5) and it did not change.

I am stumped as to how replacing the power supply would do this. I tried dropping LLC from Ultra High to High and that didn't help as I failed stress testing after about a minute. I tried lowering cpu volts a little and failed stress testing. I don't want to lose my 4.6 overclock or switch back to my old psu but might not have va choice.

Any input would be awesome and thanks!!

I don't mean to insult you , but the truth is those are pretty awful power supplies frown.gif , if you can return the modxstream I would certainly consider doing so.
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I don't mean to insult you , but the truth is those are pretty awful power supplies frown.gif , if you can return the modxstream I would certainly consider doing so.

I would if I could. I bought it from someone on craigslist. I thought it would be a decent psu since the StealthXStream that I had been using until yesterday was rock solid over the last five years. Infact it didn't need to be replaced, it was getting old though and I just found what I thought was a good deal on the ModXStream. I read a handful of reviews from various places and they were mixed. Lots of people liked it and lots of people did not. I also read the review on hardwaresecrets and they said it was a good psu so I went for it.
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I don't mean to insult you , but the truth is those are pretty awful power supplies frown.gif , if you can return the modxstream I would certainly consider doing so.

I would if I could. I bought it from someone on craigslist. I thought it would be a decent psu since the StealthXStream that I had been using until yesterday was rock solid over the last five years. Infact it didn't need to be replaced, it was getting old though and I just found what I thought was a good deal on the ModXStream. I read a handful of reviews from various places and they were mixed. Lots of people liked it and lots of people did not. I also read the review on hardwaresecrets and they said it was a good psu so I went for it.

I had 2 steath streams that died shortly after their third birthday, one did so quite spectacularly as it shot sparks out of the rear and caught on fire. I don't think I will ever trust OCZ psu's again.

EDIT: http://www.overclock.net/t/1516920/why-you-should-not-buy-an-ocz-modxstream-pro
Edited by cssorkinman - 5/7/15 at 7:53pm
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I had 2 steath streams that died shortly after their third birthday, one did so quite spectacularly:o as it shot sparks out of the rear and caught on fire. I don't think I will ever trust OCZ psu's again.

EDIT: http://www.overclock.net/t/1516920/why-you-should-not-buy-an-ocz-modxstream-pro

We'll, I figured it out. It was such a simple mistake. I inadvertently had my push/pull fans on my EVO reversed so they were both pushing air away from the cooler and not through it. My temps are back to normal finally. I will look into replacing the ModXStream next.
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We'll, I figured it out. It was such a simple mistake. I inadvertently had my push/pull fans on my EVO reversed so they were both pushing air away from the cooler and not through it. My temps are back to normal finally. I will look into replacing the ModXStream next.
rofl...at least you weren't going crazy changing out parts smile.gif...and it could've been worse they could've been both blowing inward
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rofl...at least you weren't going crazy changing out parts smile.gif...and it could've been worse they could've been both blowing inward


LOL:D Yeah, I'm glad I didn't start throwing parts at it either. I seriously considered tearing it down and throwing my old psu back in. I'm really glad I narrowed it down quickly last night before it went on for much longer. The give away was when I noticed the little arrow indicator on the side of my push fan moving away from the cooler and not towards it. Then it hit me.
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