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You must stabilize the voltage in short.
Thanks for this detailed explanation on voltage stabilisation and heat distribution, things are much more clearer now. The voltage drops and heat issues do explain very good the different results people have with different combinations (board, CPU, cooling, etc)... thumb.gif




A funny sidenote on program efficiency: I'm a year long nut on using Adobe Lightroom for my photography. It has always bugged me on how slow the image browsing, some user interface interactions and especially the photo export is. Even with my FX-9370 it is not quite faster than my FX-8320 or the old system with the Intel i5 2500k. Lightroom needs a lot of redline horsepower (GHz) to compute fast. Due to some payment issues (credit card provider stopped doing business) I was left with no Lightroom and Photoshop (and btw: you have to cancel your abbonement and order it new to cange to payment via PayPal or others - thanks Adobe! mad.gif )...

And now.......... cue Capture One Pro! The controls are much more complicated but that's not the amazing part. Browsing and using the controls is MUCH more faster and responsive and C1 Pro is using proper hardware accleration via GPU. The absolute ridiculous part of the photo export function: Speed! MUCH more speed! At first I thought the program had a malfunction or I had selected only one picture. But no, C1 Pro is developing 15 JPEGs (1280px, Q80) + 15 fullsize DNGs faster than Lightroom is developing just 2 (TWO!) JPEGs (1280px, Q80) - I had to laugh in total disbelieve and shook my head. It is just amazing how much more faster it is on the same system. Swallow that, Adobe! tongue.gif
    
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Are you using an SSD in the system ? It wasn't listed. I'm not that surprised by the software. Some suites are very biased toward Intel
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1) An overclocked FX is about equal to a 2500K in single core performance. At least mine is. Possibly a hair better.

2) For that new program to be performing so much better it sounds like it is using multiple cores like modern programs do.
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You must stabilize the voltage in short.
Thanks for this detailed explanation on voltage stabilisation and heat distribution, things are much more clearer now. The voltage drops and heat issues do explain very good the different results people have with different combinations (board, CPU, cooling, etc)... thumb.gif

Welcome!

Mines good for 4.9ghz and 1.4880v with a decent sized water loop.
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Are you using an SSD in the system ? It wasn't listed. I'm not that surprised by the software. Some suites are very biased toward Intel
Ok, I've finally finalized the Rigbuilder. I've got 4 SSDs in my system... biggrin.gifwink.gif
    
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I must have a turd 9590. I can't get any kind of stability past 4.7 and I've run it on up to 1.58v... It seems to be stable at 4.7 at 1.5v however. I can't decide if I should put it in the trash can and try a 8370 or 8320 or just live with it until Zen...

I've tried:

Crosshair V Formula-Z
M5A99FX PRO R2.0

I have a H115i cooler and active VRM cooling front and rear. When I say not stable, I'm talking Prime95 locks up the computer a few seconds in.

Current PS is a EVGA 750G2 and current RAM installed is G.Skill Sniper 16GB.
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I must have a turd 9590. I can't get any kind of stability past 4.7 and I've run it on up to 1.58v... It seems to be stable at 4.7 at 1.5v however. I can't decide if I should put it in the trash can and try a 8370 or 8320 or just live with it until Zen...

I've tried:

Crosshair V Formula-Z
M5A99FX PRO R2.0

I have a H115i cooler and active VRM cooling front and rear. When I say not stable, I'm talking Prime95 locks up the computer a few seconds in.

Current PS is a EVGA 750G2 and current RAM installed is G.Skill Sniper 16GB.

What are your socket and core temps?
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At 4.7 1.5v they top out in the mid 40's core and low 50's on the socket. At 4.8 it doesn't run long enough to thermal out. That's running prime 95 small FFT's.
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At 4.7 1.5v they top out in the mid 40's core and low 50's on the socket. At 4.8 it doesn't run long enough to thermal out. That's running prime 95 small FFT's.

Shouldn't be a problem then. What LLC settings are you using? Have you chosen to ignore voltages in the monitor tab of bios of the chvz?
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Shouldn't be a problem then. What LLC settings are you using? Have you chosen to ignore voltages in the monitor tab of bios of the chvz?

I've tried everything LLC wise from Auto to Extreme. I've tried the 130% settings and also played with 110% and 120%. I've tried bumping the NB voltage to no effect as well. I've read the guides and followed them step by step. I've used the same procedure to OC my FX-6300 to 4.4 on air and my previous FX-8350 to 4.6 on this same cooler and the M99FX MB... This chip seems to run great at 4.7, but hits the wall at 4.8...
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