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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"

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Edited by Bosnian Man1ak - 5/2/17 at 3:37am
post #1082 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 THIS TOOOK ME A WEEEK LONG of Reboots AND FAILS,

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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post #1083 of 1092
Quote:
Originally Posted by Bosnian Man1ak View Post

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 THIS TOOOK ME A WEEEK LONG of Reboots AND FAILS,

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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I'm not sure about those corsair fans but you need fans with high static pressure to push air through those radiator fins.
You're probably crashing due to temps. The max for this chip is 63c..ish. You may be able to get 65c but I doubt it.
You may very well be stuck at stock on your chip with turbo boost enabled. The most I've gotten was 5.5 but I had to have cool and quiet enabled.
post #1084 of 1092
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Originally Posted by Bosnian Man1ak View Post

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"

heres the problem
I managed to O.C to 5.3GHZ THIS TOOOK ME A WEEEK LONG of Reboots AND FAILS,

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.

What did you stress test with, and for how long?
IBT AVX version works great to find the easy instabilities in the beginning stages of testing. http://www.overclock.net/attachments/13202
Other versions are not the same for FX. Try 10 to 20 runs set to "Very High" but keep a very close eye on your temps!

You will see a big increase in temps compared to running a benchmark. Be careful.
If /when you pass say 20 runs set to "Maximum" you'll be ready for a 12-24 hr run of Prime95 (version 27.9 is best for FX).

Each chip/system is different this is why no one can give you said voltages. It's up to you to find the lowest possible voltages by testing.
I start with both CPU VID and CPU/NB VID as a starting point and go from there making increases ONLY when necessary and then in very small amounts followed by more testing.

You haven't mentioned your VRM temps.
You should consider adding active cooling for the VRMs and the backside of the mobo (CPU socket and VRM areas).


If you post some SS of all your bios settings perhaps we can see something there to help.
Run a little IBT AVX and post a snip showing HWInfo64 along with test results like this Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

When you have time you may want to give this a read, it'll help those trying to help you after a couple of post are made biggrin.gif
http://www.overclock.net/t/1258253/how-to-put-your-rig-in-your-sig

Here's another good place to start if you need help with the basics http://www.overclock.net/t/1348623/amd-bulldozer-and-piledriver-overclocking-guide-asus-motherboard
post #1085 of 1092
i managed to get it stable!! run at 5.22 Ghz at 1.5700V right around that area yeah its high but to manage the stability need a tadd more voltage without it crashing or cutting off, my Vrm temp was around 116-125 degrees runs a bit hot but nothing my fans wont cool down and yes i do have a fan near my VRMs but not ontop of it i will try to test it see if it helps, i hear they have the VRM heat syncs for this board not sure if that will help also , i will take photos soon as i get time off work but stay with me!! i want people to achieve this setup and possibly start from where i left off to get better results then i do, my buss speed was 215 and the ram was set to 1066
post #1086 of 1092
i will soon just haven't had the time honestly
post #1087 of 1092
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Originally Posted by HexagonRabbit View Post

I'm not sure about those corsair fans but you need fans with high static pressure to push air through those radiator fins.
You're probably crashing due to temps. The max for this chip is 63c..ish. You may be able to get 65c but I doubt it.
You may very well be stuck at stock on your chip with turbo boost enabled. The most I've gotten was 5.5 but I had to have cool and quiet enabled.

i work the overnight shifts at my job so later today in the morning i will post some photos
post #1088 of 1092
http://hwbot.org/benchmark/cpu_frequency/rankings?hardwareTypeId=processor_2957#start=20#interval=20


im gonna go off these voltages to see witch ones are stable obviously im not going for world record lol mabe 5.2-.5.5 club
post #1089 of 1092
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Originally Posted by Bosnian Man1ak View Post

http://hwbot.org/benchmark/cpu_frequency/rankings?hardwareTypeId=processor_2957#start=20#interval=20


im gonna go off these voltages to see witch ones are stable obviously im not going for world record lol mabe 5.2-.5.5 club

That's really not a good source for voltages, those are just validations. Typically not even close to stable.
Take sandmans advice and actually test your system, if you don't you'll end up corrupting Windows over time.
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post #1090 of 1092
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That's really not a good source for voltages, those are just validations. Typically not even close to stable.
Take sandmans advice and actually test your system,
if you don't you'll end up corrupting Windows over time.

I'm stable at 5.22 Ghz no spikes no crashes
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