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post #11 of 1850
Which one is it sorry?

http://puu.sh/3rXIT/fb9d0a229c.png
post #12 of 1850
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It's AUXTIN. That seems normal if its at load when you took the pic. If not, it's about 10c hotter than it could be, but it is dependent on how efficient the cooling is.
Edited by agrims - 6/30/13 at 12:21pm
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post #13 of 1850
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Thanks for the response, will my board be able to handle it? I have a noctua nh c14 blowing on top of the vrm heatsink

Yes your board can handle it as a matter of fact over at anandtech.com they have a review of your motherboard and they claim your mobo is the best for overclocking.
They Overclocked a 5800K to 5.0GHz max and 4.5Ghz for everyday usage.
So if they can do that with a 5800K I am sure you could get 4.5GHz with a 750K!!
I will look for the review for you and post it here.
post #14 of 1850
My Auxtin is always 63c lol, I've never seen it change :s

I think the motherboard that achieved the highest OC was the Extreme 6 version (I have Extreme 4 M as my case cannot take ATX)

Could the VRM temps be Systin? On Asrock AXTU it shows my MB temp which is same as Systin on HWmonitor, CPUTIN is my CPU and the other two are always the same regardless
Edited by Wumbologist - 6/30/13 at 12:50pm
post #15 of 1850
No love for the 370k?

Thinking of pushing 1.8v like I did with my bd. these high leakage chips love volts.
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post #16 of 1850
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Your SYSTIN is exactly that, overall MB temp. The VRMs are something that is monitored separately, though also residing on the MB as they get hotter than hell.


And yes, Damric, you can get some love too! Changed title to allow the small tikes in as well.
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post #17 of 1850
Can I join?

750K on a FM2A85X Extreme 4m and CM Seidon
4500 on 1,475 still testing, but stable so far
What are you guys using/ is recommended for temp reading AMD CPU's.?

If you read reviews of the 6800K, 4700 is easily done with a 760K. I'm thinking of buying one biggrin.gif
post #18 of 1850
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Welcome, but please do submit a CPU-Z validation on the thread, and the remaining requirements on the first post.

Best temps for me are reflected in my Bios, I can pull up my Bios in Windows, and that gives me a good read while I test. Also, If you use HW monitor, it works, but adds about 10c to the temp, at idle, and shoots up to 120c plus at load, which I believe is bogus, as at 120+, it would go 10 mile island on me. Also, a finger to the side of the CPU tells me that as well.

I would venture to say that the 760 would reach 5Ghz+ easily, as the 5800K doesn't like to go a hair over 4.4, but the 750K reaches 4.5-4.8.
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post #19 of 1850
OK, when I'm home I'll provide the extra info and CPU-Z validation

Cool, just ordered the 760K. I have something to play around with this weekend. My 24/7 goal will be 4700 but 4800 or higher (gaming-stabile)would be awesome
post #20 of 1850
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Which one is it sorry?

http://puu.sh/3rXIT/fb9d0a229c.png

I just looked at your cpuz link and noticed your cpu speed is fluctuating so you need to turn off every power saving feature in your bios such as AMD cool and quiet ,Ciest,Auto anything,power step ect...
The set your ratio to 45 and your cpu voltage to 1.45-1.5v and that will fix all your problems with temps and stability.
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