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Originally Posted by Mike The Owl View Post

All to often people come here expecting us to say of course your all right to overclock to 5.0 using a 212 Evo, We have tried with various coolers and learnt our lessons, if it works for you fine, but personally I would recommend nothing less than a H80i or a Noctua NH-D14 tower cooler,

Most of the others would say this is not enough...but you can get by with this ....

But this is what you end up with when you try..

And see my signature it will give you a clue about my sense of humor devilsmiley.gif

I wasn't looking for any sort of validation. I was just curious to know if the EVO 212 was not recommended for the "e" series FX chips , or are they just not recommended for the higher wattage FX chips?

I just don't want to risk ruining any of my hardware by running a cooler that isn't up to the task.

Thanks
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I'm at 4.7ghz 1.46v now 21x multiplier 224 bus, gskill is oced sitting at 1800mhz,
it's all definitely running cooler but now getting Red Screen of Death and stuff.....does in it in ESO out of no where..sucks too because my frame minimums improved a good bit,. a lot less lag/hitching/stutter.
Edited by RJ-Savage - 5/13/15 at 9:40am
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Originally Posted by Agent Smith1984 View Post

Phew!
I got nothing for that with one card buddy....

Here was my best on one:
5GHz with my older 290 @ 1150/1600 (Hynix)
http://www.3dmark.com/fs/4503096

I haven't tested the limits of my second 290 individually yet.
I know the VRAM won't go past 1450 (Elpida) or so, but not sure of the core. Maybe I'll see what the core on that one can do later....
I may be able to squeeze a suicide run in at 5.1GHz, but I don't see me getting even a hair past that with such limited voltage.

I just used the Vcore off a 5GHz OC IBT run.

Demn! This chip turns out a power hog too!

1.4 for 4.7
1.45 for 4.8
1.5 for 4.9
1.55 for 5.0

But overall, still better than my previous one. Which pushed the limits of everything! Board, PSU, Thermals, even Power Pins! biggrin.gif

That is a good score! I remembered trying to break 9K total.

BIOS made it fly!
Edited by mus1mus - 5/13/15 at 9:44am
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Originally Posted by Xylonjay View Post

I wasn't looking for any sort of validation. I was just curious to know if the EVO 212 was not recommended for the "e" series FX chips , or are they just not recommended for the higher wattage FX chips?

I just don't want to risk ruining any of my hardware by running a cooler that isn't up to the task.

Thanks

Simple answer without any bull****...no a 212 evo is not enough for an overclocked FX...
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Simple answer without any bull****...no a 212 evo is not enough for an overclocked FX...

his evo is hitting 50C @4.7ghz which isnt too shabby, if it was a non e version i'd tell him its not suited but in this instance the evo seems to be doing pretty well
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Simple answer without any bull****...no a 212 evo is not enough for an overclocked FX...

Many say they work well, I never had one so I don't know. For that price I imagine it works well I definitely wouldn't expect it to handle some high OC...there is just way better higher end air out there than that.
Edited by RJ-Savage - 5/13/15 at 10:01am
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his evo is hitting 50C @4.7ghz which isnt too shabby, if it was a non e version i'd tell him its not suited but in this instance the evo seems to be doing pretty well

I stand corrected...(still don't think it's enough though....just off to eat my hat.....)
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I stand corrected...(still don't think it's enough though....just off to eat my hat.....)


i stand corrected lol he only ran prime for 17mins rolleyes.gif

no wonder his temps were good lol
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I just used the Vcore off a 5GHz OC IBT run.

Demn! This chip turns out a power hog too!

1.4 for 4.7
1.45 for 4.8
1.5 for 4.9
1.55 for 5.0

But overall, still better than my previous one. Which pushed the limits of everything! Board, PSU, Thermals, even Power Pins! biggrin.gif

That is a good score! I remembered trying to break 9K total.

BIOS made it fly!

Yeah, I've been benching with 3dmark11 more than anything lately.
I just get pissed off when I get to the end of Firestrike, and my single card run on my current system is 500 points below my best runs on my old x6 (at the fault of the benchmark obviously)
And I get pissed off again when I see that even with two cards in CF I am still just sitting in the 13k's.... which is ridiculously low, but again, it's just the fault of the benchmark.
3dmark11 doesn't condem the AMD FX CPU's the way Firestrike does....
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i stand corrected lol he only ran prime for 17mins rolleyes.gif

no wonder his temps were good lol

Actually when I started here that's about the time I ran it for...the missus used to start complaining about the heat otherwise. Can't understand why ....it saved on the central heating...
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