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For those that are interested, the price just dropped $30 on the ASRock 990FX Extreme9 to $159.99. I politely asked Newegg for a refund since it hadn't shipped yet and they will.
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Ooh that 990fx is nice. I'm happy with my Fatal1ty Professional though. It fits my color scheme better anyways XD.

Also, did anybody find it odd that they advertise that auto-overclocking thing giving a 116% boost? Are they claiming that it can automatically bring your chip to 8ghz +? rolleyes.gif
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Originally Posted by alcal View Post

Ooh that 990fx is nice. I'm happy with my Fatal1ty Professional though. It fits my color scheme better anyways XD.

Also, did anybody find it odd that they advertise that auto-overclocking thing giving a 116% boost? Are they claiming that it can automatically bring your chip to 8ghz +? rolleyes.gif

4.0ghz * 1.16 = 8Ghz ?!?!?! I believe you are right thumb.gif I'll take two. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
4.0 * 1.16 = 4.6Ghz
Hmmm. not that great. I guess it only takes one click that way, instead of the six it would take to up the CPU Ratio. ph34r-smiley.gif
post #7624 of 67266
ohhhhhh crap 159 for extreme9................... yup i just listed my extreme4 on ebay lol
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What I learned about AM3+ CPUs today:

You can apparently force them out of the socket (the lever thingy was still locked down) when trying to get your cooler off your chip, get kneaded eraser all over your pins and socket, have the chip stuck to the base of your cooler, and no harm will be done.
 
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What I learned about AM3+ CPUs today:

You can apparently force them out of the socket (the lever thingy was still locked down) when trying to get your cooler off your chip, get kneaded eraser all over your pins and socket, have the chip stuck to the base of your cooler, and no harm will be done.
Yikes , yup that can happen with these chips. Glad to hear nothing was ruined during the "opportunity to learn" lol
Ordinarily I would say it's best to warm the chip up before trying to remove the cooler by priming etc. but in your case you were probably using exotic cooling, so I'm not sure that would have helped.
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What I learned about AM3+ CPUs today:

You can apparently force them out of the socket (the lever thingy was still locked down) when trying to get your cooler off your chip, get kneaded eraser all over your pins and socket, have the chip stuck to the base of your cooler, and no harm will be done.
Did the same thing with my mother am2. I freaked out when it came out. I had a hard time taking it off the cooler. biggrin.gif
    
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4.0ghz * 1.16 = 8Ghz ?!?!?! I believe you are right thumb.gif I'll take two. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
4.0 * 1.16 = 4.6Ghz
Hmmm. not that great. I guess it only takes one click that way, instead of the six it would take to up the CPU Ratio. ph34r-smiley.gif
From the cinebench scores they show, the only way I could see this actually happening is if they are counting the unlocking of cores as part of the boost in performance.
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What I learned about AM3+ CPUs today:

You can apparently force them out of the socket (the lever thingy was still locked down) when trying to get your cooler off your chip, get kneaded eraser all over your pins and socket, have the chip stuck to the base of your cooler, and no harm will be done.

Ya, it happens. Remember; Twist, then pull.

Anyway, put a flatblade between the chip's corner and cooler block and twist, it'll pop off. Just be sure to catch it.
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What I learned about AM3+ CPUs today:

You can apparently force them out of the socket (the lever thingy was still locked down) when trying to get your cooler off your chip, get kneaded eraser all over your pins and socket, have the chip stuck to the base of your cooler, and no harm will be done.

I did the same with a 478 celly and a X38 northbridge chip.

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