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That particular unit can deliver more power than it's rated at and do so @ over 90% efficiency.

Well yeah I'm sure that Unit is a lot nicer, I would hope.

Yes, some models ( not sure if all of them are) of the corsair CX are also made by Channel Well, but I believe the cx or vs are the cheapest models offered by Corsair, with an 80 plus bronze rating.
The Chieftec he was referencing is an 80 plus gold rated psu that I believe may be the top offering the company sells.
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for multiplier oc need to raise up nb core or nb voltage for stability when vcore doent help?
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That fan thing didnt worked with my computer. Temps was same even if fan spinned 5000rpm

So max socket and core temps are 70c and vrm is good to hold at 75c max?

What motherboard is it. Can you fill in your rig builder for us?
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Yes, some models ( not sure if all of them are) of the corsair CX are also made by Channel Well, but I believe the cx or vs are the cheapest models offered by Corsair, with an 80 plus bronze rating.
The Chieftec he was referencing is an 80 plus gold rated psu that I believe may be the top offering the company sells.

Thanks for the info guys. Yeah, i thought that psu should be ok. Looks like the end of the road for me. Its not bad, but i saw a lot higher OC's on this page so i thought there was something more i could do. I feel like i've got the bug and be upgrading hardware for more oc's wink.gif

Can I just ask, Is there any point in trying to raising the multiplyer versus just upping the frequency (or can sombody link me, because im sure this has been discussed before)?
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Thanks for the info guys. Yeah, i thought that psu should be ok. Looks like the end of the road for me. Its not bad, but i saw a lot higher OC's on this page so i thought there was something more i could do. I feel like i've got the bug and be upgrading hardware for more oc's wink.gif

Can I just ask, Is there any point in trying to raising the multiplyer versus just upping the frequency (or can sombody link me, because im sure this has been discussed before)?


you can try read through this guide HELP

its very good and explains alot
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Yes, some models ( not sure if all of them are) of the corsair CX are also made by Channel Well, but I believe the cx or vs are the cheapest models offered by Corsair, with an 80 plus bronze rating.
The Chieftec he was referencing is an 80 plus gold rated psu that I believe may be the top offering the company sells.

Thanks for the info guys. Yeah, i thought that psu should be ok. Looks like the end of the road for me. Its not bad, but i saw a lot higher OC's on this page so i thought there was something more i could do. I feel like i've got the bug and be upgrading hardware for more oc's wink.gif

Can I just ask, Is there any point in trying to raising the multiplyer versus just upping the frequency (or can sombody link me, because im sure this has been discussed before)?

You may be able to go further using the multiplier because fsb clocking isn't really a strength of that particular board based on my experience. However, if you place a load on it at speeds/voltages above where you are now, I think bad things will happen. The motherboard you have is a 4+1 phase design, which is fine for pushing lesser chips, but the Vishera is very demanding as far as power delivery is concerned.

My 990 extreme 3 tends to be very heavy handed with any level of llc enable and it tried to kill a very good chip I have while under a load. Fortunately, i was watching temps/voltages at the time and shut it down .
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That fan thing didnt worked with my computer. Temps was same even if fan spinned 5000rpm

So max socket and core temps are 70c and vrm is good to hold at 75c max?

if temps didn't change try putting a fan behind the socket. you might have fine airflow over the vrms, the only other place you might get some temp relief would be behind the socket. if that doesn't work then your issue is your cpu cooler isn't effective enough
 
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I tried play gta5 and VRM temps had still 63c and didnt lowered at all.
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I tried play gta5 and VRM temps had still 63c and didnt lowered at all.

Please fill in your rig builder so we can advise you, from the shape of the VRM cooler it seèms to be a gigabyte board, is it the GA 78lmt-usb3 rev. 5.0. I have experience with that board.
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Originally Posted by cssorkinman View Post

You may be able to go further using the multiplier because fsb clocking isn't really a strength of that particular board based on my experience. However, if you place a load on it at speeds/voltages above where you are now, I think bad things will happen. The motherboard you have is a 4+1 phase design, which is fine for pushing lesser chips, but the Vishera is very demanding as far as power delivery is concerned.

My 990 extreme 3 tends to be very heavy handed with any level of llc enable and it tried to kill a very good chip I have while under a load. Fortunately, i was watching temps/voltages at the time and shut it down .

990FX extreme 3 should be burned ritually. That is terrible board.

OC on that horror board is similar to watch dreams of tired accountant.
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