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Hi all, got my new AMd chip for my acrylic build. Running it on an Asrock m-itx. Tossed it on a single 120 rad to see how it runs. I got it sitting here at 4.8ghz on 1.4v (close nuff) and all seems good for the moment. Temps under load upper 70s to lower 80s.Still a big high but I will be eventually running this with a pair of 120s. http://valid.canardpc.com/2833926 Gonna see if 5ghz is possible...just for fun. No plans on running this 24/7 at these clocks...just playin with new hardware. thumb.gif
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As long as voltage is under 1.5v, and that temps are good, theirs no reason not to run it 24/7 smile.gif
     
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what asrock board are you using?
I heard that some asrock a75 mini itx had burned vrm
i think a85 is fine (has heatsink on vrm)

here is link
http://www.overclock.net/t/1301979/trinity-apu-amd-socket-fm2-motherboard-discussion-gallery/200
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Originally Posted by SpeedBump613 View Post

Hi all, got my new AMd chip for my acrylic build. Running it on an Asrock m-itx. Tossed it on a single 120 rad to see how it runs. I got it sitting here at 4.8ghz on 1.4v (close nuff) and all seems good for the moment. Temps under load upper 70s to lower 80s.Still a big high but I will be eventually running this with a pair of 120s. http://valid.canardpc.com/2833926 Gonna see if 5ghz is possible...just for fun. No plans on running this 24/7 at these clocks...just playin with new hardware. thumb.gif
Keep in mind 74C is suppose to be the max temperature for these chips. Not sure why you are seeing temperatures exceeding that. I would suggest not using CoreTemp, or any other temperature reading software like that. Cause theoretically, you would be ruining your chip right now. I suggest downloading the motherboards overclocking software suite, that should provide more realistic temperatures. Tho 4.8 GHz on 1.375v is really good volts, anything under 1.5v should be safe. Tho I wouldn't go above 1.45v myself, that's just my comfort zone.
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Originally Posted by danielkim624 View Post

what asrock board are you using?
I heard that some asrock a75 mini itx had burned vrm
i think a85 is fine (has heatsink on vrm)

here is link
http://www.overclock.net/t/1301979/trinity-apu-amd-socket-fm2-motherboard-discussion-gallery/200

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813157357 Here is the mobo.


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Keep in mind 74C is suppose to be the max temperature for these chips. Not sure why you are seeing temperatures exceeding that. I would suggest not using CoreTemp, or any other temperature reading software like that. Cause theoretically, you would be ruining your chip right now. I suggest downloading the motherboards overclocking software suite, that should provide more realistic temperatures. Tho 4.8 GHz on 1.375v is really good volts, anything under 1.5v should be safe. Tho I wouldn't go above 1.45v myself, that's just my comfort zone.
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Originally Posted by danielkim624 View Post

what asrock board are you using?
I heard that some asrock a75 mini itx had burned vrm
i think a85 is fine (has heatsink on vrm)

here is link
http://www.overclock.net/t/1301979/trinity-apu-amd-socket-fm2-motherboard-discussion-gallery/200
Yeah, read that a while ago. Been waiting for a decent m-itx that didn't have the a75.


Seems to be solid so far. Tried to push it to 5ghz, but crashes out 30 secs into windows. Now, that is keeping the voltages down as well. I'm gonna monkey a bit with some more volts just to see where it will go. I plan on F@H with this one as well so it will be on 24/7 and folding on both CPU and GPU.

As far as monitoring, I took your advice and installed the Asrock utility. thumb.gif The temp reading on it are WAY different than the coretemp. Approximately 30-40c off! LOL. Just for kicks I installed SpeedFan and the reported temps are spot on with the Asrock readings. ATM, doing some stability testing with Prime95 and sad to say, not going very well. LOL 4.8ghz will run with no problems in benchmarks, F@H, gaming and anything else, but fails after 5 minutes in Prime. Looped Heaven Benchmark last night for about 2 hours, solid. Went to bed and let it Fold, got up this morning, solid. Been installing, uninstalling and just using the PC like I would in an everyday environment and no issues or crashing/lockups. I know some guys say "true" stability requires a good solid Prime95, but for me, not really sold on it. I don't really do anything that important on my PCs, so if I can use it with no apparent issues (or HEAT problems) its good for me. With that being said, I will still be tweaking and tuning to see where I can improve the Prime stability. I'll keep you guys updated.
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