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thanks, maybe. for now i'm going to try overclocking a couple other chips i have laying around.


lol i could get 3.9ghz to boot, but anything past 3.65ghz is unstable, gave it 1.7v too haha, temps are so cool sub 40s tctl, 50 on the mobo, regardless of the strain/volts i put on it, should i go higher?
off topic? sorry
Edited by ocyt - 4/14/17 at 3:18pm
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Given Ryzens release and performance, i am curious to know at what price most of us would consider that chip a deal at this point.

For me im thinking its gonna ave to be closer to like $89 US...but idk.

Interesting point since the R5 1500 R5 1400 whoops its butt and takes names, I am tempted to pickup the 9370 at Frys though
Edited by diggiddi - 4/14/17 at 4:57pm
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Given Ryzens release and performance, i am curious to know at what price most of us would consider that chip a deal at this point.

For me im thinking its gonna ave to be closer to like $89 US...but idk.

Interesting point since the R5 1500 R5 1400 whoops its butt and takes names, I am tempted to pickup the 9370 at Frys though

Don't forget that the 9xxx will kick most intel 4c4t machine's butt in BF1 multiplayer for minimum fps.
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Well i bought my 8320e (on sale) for $90 over a year ago. I would think at this point I personally would have a hard time paying even that same price for a part that would get a marginally better OC for me. Sadly you really need a high end motherboard to get anything out of the
9000 series and that measn you likely already have an 8000 series with a solid OC as it is.

It makes little sense as an upgrade for most 4000 and 6000 series owners, as it is far from a lock to work with what is likely largely a budget oriented system from the motherboard to the psu. If you have an old Saber kitty laying around collecting dust it may be fun to tinker with again for the right price, but that's a pretty small group of people at this point.

Right now if i have friends or family i have built budget rigs for, my go to part is the 8320e or maybe 8370e, as they are drop in ready for almost any set up imaginable and can be a noticeable upgrade for minimal investment on budget rigs. Spending money on a 9000 series CPU AND a high new or used end motherboard that supports the 220 watt TDP is looking grim when Ryzen is here and very competitive at similar price points currently. Has to drop a lot in price to make sense. And even then it has no future, a solid B350 MB with solid components around it can drop in a Zen+ equivalent of an E series FX upgrade in a few years and keep kicking.

I guess what i am saying is the 9000 series is mostly dead as a purchase today unless its a steal of a deal. $50 may be less silly than it looks at a glance when you really think about it.
Edited by gapottberg - 4/14/17 at 6:09pm
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the 9xx series was just a rebrand anyway, and a massive price hike after amd realized people could OC some chips so high. aren't there anti trust laws against this sort of thing?

in other news, that athlon II shenanigans dented one of the heatpipes of my 212+ !! so strange, as i was feeling it with my finger and watching temps the entire time, wasn't warm in the slightest.
there was also a massive bubble where the thermal paste should've been covering on the lid. but wasn't (i think because it was a freshly opened tube, and my lack of proper lighting, there was weird liquid watery like stuff that likely evaporated and created a bubble which in turn dented the pipe) i've seen that watery substance before and removed it, but as i said poor lighting lead to me not noticing any.

regardless it didn't affect the athlon anyways, such a low powered chip.
here's pix of my now ruined 212 : (



and here's proof of my glorious golden phenom II, i bought for only 80 bucks 5 or 6 years ago. stock clock is 2.8ghz tongue.gif
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and here's proof of my glorious golden phenom II, i bought for only 80 bucks 5 or 6 years ago. stock clock is 2.8ghz tongue.gif

A solid OC indeed. Well done. cheers.gif
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you're a very kind fellow, offering to spend your free time helping someone OC +rep for you good sir.
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Late batch chip I bought at micro-center for $30
2.9ghz is the stock clocking - the amazing part? It was done on the stock cooler.... this is just one of the late batch phenoms I have that is so very good and why I'm interested in late batch FX's

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Please, don't make such stupid statements. There are a lot of members here with 9590's that got them running 4.9/5.0GHz 24/7.
I fail to see how running one of those at 4.9 or 5.0 GHz is evidence for my comment being "stupid".

Given the additional costs needed to make a 9590 at all relevant at this point in time, I'd say $50 is a fair price.
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Originally Posted by The Stilt 
FX-9K series SKUs use dies with so extreme leakage characteristics, that they could never be sold as FX-8K series SKUs. Even if they are downclocked to same specifications as FX-8K series their power consumption and current draw would violate the infrastructure specifications (95 / 125W TDP). If AMD hadn´t create the 220W TDP infrastructure for AM3+, the parts now sold as FX-9K parts would have been sent to the crusher.

Relative leakage:

FX-9590 = 11.9 (avg)
FX-8370 = ~16.6 (avg)
FX-8370E = ~ 21.5 (avg)

Edited by superstition222 - 4/14/17 at 7:37pm
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Originally Posted by cssorkinman View Post

Late batch chip I bought at micro-center for $30
2.9ghz is the stock clocking - the amazing part? It was done on the stock cooler.... this is just one of the late batch phenoms I have that is so very good and why I'm interested in late batch FX's

how did you get 14.5 multiplier without it being a black edition chip? i can't get past 14 on any non black edition amd chips i have

holy hell that's impressive. maybe i should disable a couple cores and see how much further i can push this one. (although i've yet to stress 4.0ghz for stability) i wasn't able to get past 3.9ghz on my GA970a mobo, i'm currently testing 3.9 now just for stability sake on my new mobo and it's working nicely, although the tctl temp sensor isn't showing so i'm kind of worried. (but not too worried as i can still put my finger on the back plate and the heatsink and they're both cool to the touch, also the motherboard sensors are telling me it's in the low 50s)

i'm pretty sure my 8320e is a late batch considering it was fresh from the box and bought in november. it's worthless and crashes after a few minutes of stress testing past 4.0ghz.
4.4ghz is stable but only with 6 cores tho.


Edited by ocyt - 4/14/17 at 7:56pm
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