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Originally Posted by Melcar View Post

You will probably blow up your board. My 8320 would also cap at 4.2ghz with that board (it's what I had before the Sabertooth). Said board died a few months latter.

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Originally Posted by Bubblewhale View Post

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Originally Posted by seanzylol View Post

oh you are using the non le 2.0. I have the le and still oc ;P Push for the sky. This thing wont pop
I'd still push for it as i have a H100i, just have to be careful around NB or so.

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I'd still push for it as i have a H100i, just have to be careful around NB or so.

run a 80mm fan on the top of your gpu pointed at it and a fan on the vrm sink. you should get 4.6 +

See the first quote, Melcar is right.. Push that board too hard it'll have a melt down.
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Hi to all!

This is my first post and I have some questions.

My rig:

CPU: AMD FX-8320
CPU Cooler: Corsair Cooling Hydro H50
MBO: ASRock 990FX, Extreme3
GPU: Sapphire Vapor-X R9 280X, 3GB GDDR5 OC (UEFI)
RAM: 2 x 4 GB Corsair Vengeance ddr3, 1600 MHz
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HDD_2: Seagate 2 TB, 7200 rpm, 64 MB
HDD_3: Seagate 2 TB, 7200 rpm, 64 MB
PSU: Corsair HX520 W
Case: Fractal Design Define R4 Black Pearl

Now, I have problems with this AMD CPU....it's hot.

I think problem is in CPU cooler, H50 and VRM's on ASRock 990FX, Extreme 3.

This H50 is ok for CPU but it's not great solution for cooling VRM's of this poor 4+1 MBO.

What's your advice about cooling? Maybe to replace H50 with top down cooler like Scythe Kama Cross 3 or I need to take new MBO (it's not great solution right now)?

About air flow in Fractal Design Define R4, what's your advice's? Two 140 mm intake in fron of case, one 120 mm intake at bottom (because of cooling GPU) and for exhaust fans maybe to put two (or one 140 mm) fans on Fractal back side? Now I have one exhaust fan on Fractal top but will be better to remove that fan and put it on Fractal back?

Changing MBO is my last option but I will do that if nothing else help with temperatures.

Thank you all on advices!

P.S.

This is short log from AMDOverdrive just to see temperatures:

Summary:

Start time: 2016_06_02 22:44:14
End time: 2016_06_02 23:20:43
Sample time interval(second):1

Boost
Seconds
Core0 0
Core1 0
Core2 0
Core3 0
Core4 0
Core5 0
Core6 0
Core7 0

TMP
Min Max Average
Core0 11.38 15.38 14.14
Core1 11.38 15.38 14.14
Core2 11.38 15.38 14.14
Core3 11.38 15.38 14.14
Core4 11.38 15.38 14.14
Core5 11.38 15.38 14.14
Core6 11.38 15.38 14.14
Core7 11.38 15.38 14.14
TMPIN0 60.01 62.41 61.43

FAN
Min Max Average
FAN1 1032 1045 1038
FAN2 848 2377 2121
FAN3 1339 1430 1378
Edited by win32 - 6/14/16 at 5:44am
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Hi to all!

This is my first post and I have some questions.

My rig:

CPU: AMD FX-8320
CPU Cooler: Corsair Cooling Hydro H50
MBO: ASRock 990FX, Extreme3
GPU: Sapphire Vapor-X R9 280X, 3GB GDDR5 OC (UEFI)
RAM: 2 x 4 GB Corsair Vengeance ddr3, 1600 MHz
HDD_1: Seagate ST1000DM003 1TB, 7200 rpm, 64 MB
HDD_2: Seagate 2 TB, 7200 rpm, 64 MB
HDD_3: Seagate 2 TB, 7200 rpm, 64 MB
PSU: Corsair HX520 W
Case: Fractal Design Define R4 Black Pearl

Now, I have problems with this AMD CPU....it's hot.

I think problem is in CPU cooler, H50 and VRM's on ASRock 990FX, Extreme 3.

This H50 is ok for CPU but it's not great solution for cooling VRM's of this poor 4+1 MBO.

What's your advice about cooling? Maybe to replace H50 with top down cooler like Scythe Kama Cross 3 or I need to take new MBO (it's not great solution right now)?

About air flow in Fractal Design Define R4, what's your advice's? Two 140 mm intake in fron of case, one 120 mm intake at bottom (because of cooling GPU) and for exhaust fans maybe to put two (or one 140 mm) fans on Fractal back side? Now I have one exhaust fan on Fractal top but will be better to remove that fan and put it on Fractal back?

Changing MBO is my last option but I will do that if nothing else help with temperatures.

Thank you all on advices!

P.S.

This is short log from AMDOverdrive just to see temperatures:


We must make the hot Asrock club... If you are after 4Ghz, follow my advice here:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1602533/help-with-oc-my-fx-8320-on-a-extreme4-motherboard#post_25241923

If you don't want to run 4Ghz, you can follow the same guide, except the part about raising multiplier and instead aim for 3.5Ghz@ 1.18v more or less. But you will lose turbo clocks. I can't offer an undervolting solution with turbo on, unfortunately.

The H50 isn't very good as coolelr. The Asrock 970 motherboards, no matter what you do, what cooler you use, will always run hot. The info you provided tells me nothing useful about how hot your motherboard runs under stress, but it's a typical Asrock trait.

As for motherboards in AM3+ and FX8xxx:

If you want to sleep without headaches, you 'd better aim for at least 6+2 phase from either ASUS or Gigabyte. With Gigabyte, you will have to struggle with BIOS bugs.

If you want MSI, you need at least MSI 970 Gaming.
If you want Asrock, you need at least 970a G3.1 and provided you are happy with something like 4Ghz and not after overclock records.

The Asrock boards will still run hotter to the competition, because they 're thinner.
Edited by Undervolter - 6/14/16 at 7:42am
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Wow now that's a bargain at twice the price ha ha tongue.gif
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All righty now which one of you unses went over to the blue and green side ?

http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductList.aspx?Submit=ENE&N=30000007%2031001489%20600090100%204092&IsNodeId=1&bop=And&Order=PRICE&PageSize=90

WHAT? 8500$ computer? And people actually buy this??? Here they wouldn't sell that in a million years! 8500$ for a PC! Hahaha! And if something fries just out of warrany, what do you do? Weep and then shoot yourself? biggrin.gif

8500$! I can't believe it! "For the major enthusiast". Yeah, no kidding! 1000$ alone for the CPU!

I bought:
- 1x8320 + 1x8300 + 1x6300 for approx. 355 euros
- 8 AM3+ motherboards for approx 600 euros.

Total 955 euros. The difference is, i can build 3 PCs, with spare motherboard for each one of them with just the money of that CPU.
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you realize that what you've done is doing the exact opposite of what you intended?

if you've got a rear fan it will put in hot air from there, if you are using top fans then you are still likely pulling in air from there also.

your case would have to be horrendously positive pressure based, which is terrible for dust build up. for any air to actually get OUT there.

its also awesome that you make a snap judgement about something that as only shown two pictures of which none of which show the i/o to see if there is extended heat-sink or smaller fans under there. rolleyes.gif


You are just plain wrong dood. The I/O panel blocks air flow around the VRMs creating hot VRMs. Remove that I/O panel and feel the air flow out of that hole.

Also, a rear case fan is a restriction to air flow out of the case unless it is more powerful that the fans on the heat sink. I have a big gaping hole where it used to be. Lotsa air flow! In fact I use 4 case intake fans and NO case exhaust fans.

A top case exhaust fan has been proven to disrupt air flow and make things run warmer by actual users.

That cheap plastic cover on that motherboard is nothing but an advertising gimmick that is detrimental to actual cooling.
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All righty now which one of you unses went over to the blue and green side ?

http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductList.aspx?Submit=ENE&N=30000007%2031001489%20600090100%204092&IsNodeId=1&bop=And&Order=PRICE&PageSize=90

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Wow now that's a bargain at twice the price ha ha tongue.gif

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WHAT? 8500$ computer? And people actually buy this??? Here they wouldn't sell that in a million years! 8500$ for a PC! Hahaha! And if something fries just out of warrany, what do you do? Weep and then shoot yourself? biggrin.gif

8500$! I can't believe it! "For the major enthusiast". Yeah, no kidding! 1000$ alone for the CPU!

I bought:
- 1x8320 + 1x8300 + 1x6300 for approx. 355 euros
- 8 AM3+ motherboards for approx 600 euros.

Total 955 euros. The difference is, i can build 3 PCs, with spare motherboard for each one of them with just the money of that CPU.

Actually, that looks like a good deal if you need that much power, storage and ram. Definitely will not be primarily for gaming though, that is certain. biggrin.gifthumb.gif Still, way, way, way beyond my budget. smile.gif

Edit: Should have something better than an H60 and it should have at least a workstation class mainboard.
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It should also come with air conditioning and power seats
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run a 80mm fan on the top of your gpu pointed at it and a fan on the vrm sink. you should get 4.6 +
I did have 2 60mm fans pointed on the VRMs and 1 60mm fan on the Northbridge, but PC kept freezing at 4.3GHZ with 1.41V.
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