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post #1071 of 1092
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I know many guys says asus is the best and its really good for oc, but with 9370 running insulated with peltier cooling。 The sabertooth r2 died within 15 days of usage, and could never run prime 95 even with the cpu under volted to 1.24Volts, I guess the plorbem here is lack of copper in pcb causing the socket to overheat. I ran peltier insulated 970 d3p for more than 3 months without any plorbem. Can also do prime at 4.7GHZ too.

Sounds like user error to me. I have taken these CPUs to hell and back on my ASUS boards and all of them still live.
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post #1072 of 1092
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Sounds like user error to me. I have taken these CPUs to hell and back on my ASUS boards and all of them still live.


He has been saying the same thing for years. All the evidence points to ASUS having the highest quality AM3+ boards. His is anecdotal evidence imho.
post #1073 of 1092
The highest I've gotten my 9590 is currently 5.53 but this is with turbo and cool and quiet. I use my PC daily and 95% of the time, its for games. If I play overwatch I'll get a steady 4.7-5.1 and it takes the CPU to 51C (on average). With my current BIOS settings and cooling, I've been crash free for months since I"ve done my last tweak.
But with that being said, I cant do prime95. It overheats every time.

I doubt its worth noting but my CPU is last in my loop behind the VRMs and 1 GPU.
post #1074 of 1092
Yeah and intel burn test is even worse, then its like, ok i can only do this @ 4.5ghz and 1.38ish volts, more and my cpu or vrm goes abe**** :-(
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post #1075 of 1092
I don't push that much. Everyday use is for me @ 4.8. I test the CPU with render software's. If the render won't fail in 3-4 days render time, i would say it is stable biggrin.gif
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post #1076 of 1092
Some one please help

Ok so I just changed out mother boards from Asus Crosshair V Formula Z (that is 5 years old) to the new Asus TUF Sabertooth 990FX R3.0
and upgraded/updated my PSU from a Cooler Master 1100 watt Ultimate 80 plus silver (that is 9 years old) to a new EVGA Super Nova 1300 G2 1300 watt

I believe I have the PSU and Motherboard to hit the 5GHz mark I just need advise on the bios settings and may for some one with a lot more experience to tell me if my cooling is sufficient enough to keep the temps in safe range to keep the computer running at the 5GHz setting 24/7 all year round with out killing my PC

I have a Corsair H110 140mm x 280mm radiator water cooler mounted to the front of my Corsair 750D I have 2 140mm fans blowing in to the radiator bringing cool air into the radiator and then I have 2 more 140mm fans on the inside of the Radiator pulling the hot air away faster than the intake fans. There are 3 140mm fans blowing the heat out the top and 1 140mm blowing heat out the back.

Unfortunately all the 140mm fans are a mix of different Corsair fans and not sure what there specs are I believe the top and rear fans though have a 64 CFM rating

My Computer as of this moment

AMD FX 9590 (currently clocked at 4.7GHz)
Corsair Hydro Series H110 with 4x140mm fans
ASUS TUF Sabertooth 990FX R3.0 with 40mm fan blowing on VRM's
Corsair Vengeance Pro Series DDR3 32GB 2400MHz (currently clocked at 2133 MHz)
Corsair Vengeance Airflow RAM cooler
AMD Radeon R7 240GB SSD (Primary Drive)
Seagate HDD/SDD hybrid 1TB x2 for storage
Sapphire Tri-X OC AMD Radeon R9 290 4GB x2 in Crossfire
Creative Labs Sound Blaster Z sound card
EVGA Super Nova 1300 G2 80 plus gold
Corsair Obsidian 750D case with high airflow front panel /3x140mm top/ 140mm rear/ H110 mounted to front
LITEON Blu-ray DVD CD
Zalman 6 fan controller
Logitech G510s keyboard
Logitech G500 mouse

Please would like to finally reach a stable 5GHz and be able to play games and not worry about over heating crashing or over voltage
post #1077 of 1092
It "should" do it, but 32gb of ram is going to be hard to stabilize. You might want to do it with 16 gb first.
post #1078 of 1092
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Some one please help

Ok so I just changed out mother boards from Asus Crosshair V Formula Z (that is 5 years old) to the new Asus TUF Sabertooth 990FX R3.0
and upgraded/updated my PSU from a Cooler Master 1100 watt Ultimate 80 plus silver (that is 9 years old) to a new EVGA Super Nova 1300 G2 1300 watt

I believe I have the PSU and Motherboard to hit the 5GHz mark I just need advise on the bios settings and may for some one with a lot more experience to tell me if my cooling is sufficient enough to keep the temps in safe range to keep the computer running at the 5GHz setting 24/7 all year round with out killing my PC

I have a Corsair H110 140mm x 280mm radiator water cooler mounted to the front of my Corsair 750D I have 2 140mm fans blowing in to the radiator bringing cool air into the radiator and then I have 2 more 140mm fans on the inside of the Radiator pulling the hot air away faster than the intake fans. There are 3 140mm fans blowing the heat out the top and 1 140mm blowing heat out the back.

Unfortunately all the 140mm fans are a mix of different Corsair fans and not sure what there specs are I believe the top and rear fans though have a 64 CFM rating

My Computer as of this moment

AMD FX 9590 (currently clocked at 4.7GHz)
Corsair Hydro Series H110 with 4x140mm fans
ASUS TUF Sabertooth 990FX R3.0 with 40mm fan blowing on VRM's
Corsair Vengeance Pro Series DDR3 32GB 2400MHz (currently clocked at 2133 MHz)
Corsair Vengeance Airflow RAM cooler
AMD Radeon R7 240GB SSD (Primary Drive)
Seagate HDD/SDD hybrid 1TB x2 for storage
Sapphire Tri-X OC AMD Radeon R9 290 4GB x2 in Crossfire
Creative Labs Sound Blaster Z sound card
EVGA Super Nova 1300 G2 80 plus gold
Corsair Obsidian 750D case with high airflow front panel /3x140mm top/ 140mm rear/ H110 mounted to front
LITEON Blu-ray DVD CD
Zalman 6 fan controller
Logitech G510s keyboard
Logitech G500 mouse

Please would like to finally reach a stable 5GHz and be able to play games and not worry about over heating crashing or over voltage


Didn't you just start a thread with this exact same post?
post #1079 of 1092
If you want to do 5+ GHz, it is possible but you will need lot of time for testing.
What i did , speefan for my AIO fans to control and set up temp curve. I use "fsb" OC as well to make sure NB is on OC to give lot more better performance. Test your ram timings .Test your Vcore on NB/CPU NB/CPU and RAM. Once is your are done, try to find the best settings, slowly. Always monitor your temps and stability.

I had not much time to find the best settings, so for me almost took 6 months to test every variations. Fun factor for me, i like to do these things biggrin.gif With DFI mobo long ago , almost took 1 year to find the very best settings biggrin.gif
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post #1080 of 1092
new to this site looks like there is just a cruse ship full of people and feedback, well here goes my build and why and what i need help with"

ok now heres the problem

Cpu : FX AMD 9590 Turbo stock 4.7-5.03 GHZ
I managed to O.C to 5.3GHZ RUNS AMAZINGLY COOL AT 43-50C ( i passed the AMD Overdrive Benchmark and my total Score was 16k ) i will be posting photos once i get the chance to

Cpu problem : Crashes on stability test after 20 seconds under load @ 5.3GHZ (Stable @ 5.117 and under)


seems there is no actual voltage Settings online for the FX model's to run the correct stability other then the baby brother 8500 series, i looked for about a week online and i just come to a youtube video of some guy who doesn't even speak english running the same setup as i am

as of everything else is amazing.

Case : InWin 303 Midtower Water cooled with corsir 140mm x3

Motherboard:

ASUS AM3+ M.2 USB3.1 SafeSlot AMD ATX Motherboard (TUF Sabertooth 990FX R3.0) I think its the latest AMD motherboard out for the Sabertooth 990 FX Series USB 3.1
onboard with three Type-A port plus a reversible Type-C port
Patent-pending ASUS SafeSlot enhances PCIe retention and shearing resistance
Thermal Radar 2 for unparalleled monitoring and fan control, extends to ASUS Graphics Cards
Built with TUF military-standard Components, including TUF Alloy Chokes, TUF Caps & MOSFETs
Aura RGB lighting on the tips of the PCIe slots provides subtle accenting with six preset patterns

Ram cards: Currently 16Gb Hyperlink 1866 Mhz (4gb per slot) will be upgrading to 8 Gb cards to run 32 GB Of DDR3

GPU : Radeon XFX Video Card RX 480 8GB GDDR5, PCI Express 256Bit HDMI/ 3x Display Port , 2304 Stream Processors
1328 MHz Core Clock, 8GB 256-Bit GDDR5 8000 MHz Effective Memory Clock •PCI Express 3.0

I have it stable At 1340 MHz Core Clock (overclocked) at 60-70C underload
At idle 29-35 C

Hard drives:
i have 2 hard drives One sata cant remember witch ones ill have to take a look i have my Main PC run on a 200 gb HDD
and my games running on the 1 Tb sata drive i have

and all the fans are Corsair RGB total of 7 3 140mm (radiator) 4 120mm x 25mm

Power Supply :
Thermaltake · ATX · 650 watt output · 80 PLUS Bronze · Modular
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