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lol not about proving you wrong ,but I need another vishera chip first smile.gif. I think I'm gonna try a crosshair , ud7 or maybe an extreme 9, not sure which one to go for , any suggs?
Guys in this thread haven't had very good luck with the 65 board. I have seen a guy in another forum push an 8320 to over 5 ghz with his 65 but that's not the norm by any means.
The odd thing is that the boards above and below the 65 have drmos and it does not, could explain some of the issues.
If he was looking to replace his giga 970 he probably would be better off with a 990 ud3.

nah i hope you do prove me wrong.. haha
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I had it traded up to a Sabertooth R2... Not so hot on overclocking
yeah.. and im still not sure why i couldn't get it stable after 4.5 on that board with an 8350
I still got the board if you want to try to prove me wrong on it tongue.gif
lol not about proving you wrong ,but I need another vishera chip first smile.gif. I think I'm gonna try a crosshair , ud7 or maybe an extreme 9, not sure which one to go for , any suggs?
Guys in this thread haven't had very good luck with the 65 board. I have seen a guy in another forum push an 8320 to over 5 ghz with his 65 but that's not the norm by any means.
The odd thing is that the boards above and below the 65 have drmos and it does not, could explain some of the issues.
If he was looking to replace his giga 970 he probably would be better off with a 990 ud3.

Hey CSS,
I own all of the above and OC'ing wise the CVF-Z and the UD7 run a dead heat. I prefer the power delivery of the CVF however. The UD7 is the only one with quad CF capabilities if that comes into play. I have run quad crossfire on the CVF however with a PCIe pass-thru extension though, so it cab be done.
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Thanks for the info Red thumb.gif
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I had it traded up to a Sabertooth R2... Not so hot on overclocking
yeah.. and im still not sure why i couldn't get it stable after 4.5 on that board with an 8350
I still got the board if you want to try to prove me wrong on it tongue.gif
lol not about proving you wrong ,but I need another vishera chip first smile.gif. I think I'm gonna try a crosshair , ud7 or maybe an extreme 9, not sure which one to go for , any suggs?
Guys in this thread haven't had very good luck with the 65 board. I have seen a guy in another forum push an 8320 to over 5 ghz with his 65 but that's not the norm by any means.
The odd thing is that the boards above and below the 65 have drmos and it does not, could explain some of the issues.
If he was looking to replace his giga 970 he probably would be better off with a 990 ud3.

Hey CSS,
I own all of the above and OC'ing wise the CVF-Z and the UD7 run a dead heat. I prefer the power delivery of the CVF however. The UD7 is the only one with quad CF capabilities if that comes into play. I have run quad crossfire on the CVF however with a PCIe pass-thru extension though, so it cab be done.
can you link to the pcie padsthru cable? that's pretty neat I'd like to see how that works
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Hey guys,

A few weeks back when I was replacing my heatsink, I noticed that the stock thermal paste had overflown/oozed to the sides of my chip.
When I cleaned it, I saw that it had slightly corroded my chip(sides). Now, I talked to the AMD tech support guy & he told me that its fine as long the CPU is running fine.
Since its working well & has a 3yr warranty, I shouldn't worry.
I know it was foolish, but I didn't took a picture doh.gif

So, should I request an RMA or is it fine?
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Ok got my 4.3 and 4.4 results.

All buttery smooth, 4.3 ghz on 1.39v for 15+ minutes and im sure it would have ran longer if I didnt stop it.

I had to push voltage all the way to 1.429 to get it OCCT stable at a mere 100 mhz more and it still gave an error at about 12 minutes. One of those weird spikes reappeared too and I dont think it had anything to do with throttling, my max temp was 60c. Im getting to bed I'd appreciate any insight guys, Night.

I don't see the CPU Socket temp in your listing of pictures. But if your Core Temp was hitting 60, then your Socket could be way above that. It seems that these M5A99FX boards will start to throttle when the Socket Temp hits around 74 Celsius.

So you're probably stuck at 4.3Ghz without better cooling. You can take your back panel off and have a fan blowing on the socket to see if it will help with temps on the socket. Maybe you could get 4.4Ghz with lower voltages.
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Hey guys,

A few weeks back when I was replacing my heatsink, I noticed that the stock thermal paste had overflown/oozed to the sides of my chip.
When I cleaned it, I saw that it had slightly corroded my chip(sides). Now, I talked to the AMD tech support guy & he told me that its fine as long the CPU is running fine.
Since its working well & has a 3yr warranty, I shouldn't worry.
I know it was foolish, but I didn't took a picture doh.gif

So, should I request an RMA or is it fine?

If it's just a bit of etching on the IHS (Integrated Heat Spreader) then it's fine. The CPU is underneath, and the IHS is so thick it wont matter.
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I don't see the CPU Socket temp in your listing of pictures. But if your Core Temp was hitting 60, then your Socket could be way above that. It seems that these M5A99FX boards will start to throttle when the Socket Temp hits around 74 Celsius.

So you're probably stuck at 4.3Ghz without better cooling. You can take your back panel off and have a fan blowing on the socket to see if it will help with temps on the socket. Maybe you could get 4.4Ghz with lower voltages.

*sigh* you may be right I probably an stuck at 4.3 but I can't do lower voltages, for some reason I need to crank my voltages a ridiculous amount to get from 4.3 to 4.4.
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If it's just a bit of etching on the IHS (Integrated Heat Spreader) then it's fine. The CPU is underneath, and the IHS is so thick it wont matter.
Yes. Its on the IHS.
Thanks for clearing that up! thumb.gif
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Hey guys,

A few weeks back when I was replacing my heatsink, I noticed that the stock thermal paste had overflown/oozed to the sides of my chip.
When I cleaned it, I saw that it had slightly corroded my chip(sides). Now, I talked to the AMD tech support guy & he told me that its fine as long the CPU is running fine.
Since its working well & has a 3yr warranty, I shouldn't worry.
I know it was foolish, but I didn't took a picture doh.gif

So, should I request an RMA or is it fine?

It should be fine. There is no way AMD shipped electrically conductive thermal paste with stock setup. It is probably just stained or something, thermal paste can be kind of nasty like that. I remember AS5 and having hands like the tin man in Wizard of Oz. Well I might be exaggerating but still.
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Hey guys so i was having the issue hitting my heatwall at 4.5ghz 1.43v but now ive done 4.7ghz at 1.46v with 87-90 Gflops stable in avxibt I think i found a 8320 winner still hits 59-60C under stress. Still waiting on my RS240 should be here by monday. So does the Gflops sounds right for that clock or am i still alittle low? I wish i had my 1090T back so easy to clock and forget haha.
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