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Here is that review:
http://www.overclockersclub.com/reviews/asus_sabertooth990fx_r2_review/
post #522 of 1092
They're basically the same board as you'll see. I have both and have pushed both very hard. I think any real differences using the same CPU probably comes down to the bios and Memory handling. This is just my opinion since I have tried multiple Bios versions on both boards and have seen first hand what a difference there can be between versions.
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Okay, thanks -- do you always use a fan on the CPU area & VRMs?
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Okay, thanks -- do you always use a fan on the CPU area & VRMs?

I did when I had it in a case and still do on my Banchetto. I have a 140mm under the mobo at the CPU socket and 2 90mm blowing over the VRM/NB
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I did when I had it in a case and still do on my Banchetto. I have a 140mm under the mobo at the CPU socket and 2 90mm blowing over the VRM/NB

Thanks. I will do the same.
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Hey Johan (and everybody else), I have quick update today. I finally got some fans installed on both rads, 3 fans on my 280 as P/.5 P, and 2 fans on my 240 as Pull, and my idle temps have dropped to between 15C and 20C (and it's warmer outside now)! The warmest max temp, as reported by CoreTemp is around 47C during some DOTA2/AA....I will test it for real later with Battlefield 4 and the like. I also have a stable-ish (no crashes or anything) OC of 5ghz by making the changes suggested by Johan45. Voltage and multiplier change is all thus far.

Do you guys think that I should even bother trying to push it further?
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Hey Johan (and everybody else), I have quick update today. I finally got some fans installed on both rads, 3 fans on my 280 as P/.5 P, and 2 fans on my 240 as Pull, and my idle temps have dropped to between 15C and 20C (and it's warmer outside now)! The warmest max temp, as reported by CoreTemp is around 47C during some DOTA2/AA....I will test it for real later with Battlefield 4 and the like. I also have a stable-ish (no crashes or anything) OC of 5ghz by making the changes suggested by Johan45. Voltage and multiplier change is all thus far.

Do you guys think that I should even bother trying to push it further?

That all depends on keeping it cool and stable. Maybe just work on getting your 5.0 good and stable then up the NB and some ram work to increase the performance. All of this will increase your temps I'm sure and summer is coming.
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Quick update:

I was finally able to game on this thing today and let me say that temps are fantastic!

Playing Titanfall for about an hour, the GPU maxed out at 48C, and the CPU maxed at 43C.

Now to overclock. biggrin.gif

Edit:
What's the max temps on these FX CPUs?

Edit #2: Prime95 In-Place Large FTT's for max heat, after almost 40 minutes max temp was 55C @ 1.488 V

I had a little scare, because when I first started I set everything up like Johan said except the voltage was auto, and it kicked it up to 1.586, and locked up my system after about 20mins. Temps were at 65C when the system locked.

Off to work.

AMD engineering dept has given these temps as the maximum recommend long term operating temps.

Tcase (core) 61.1C
TJunction (socket) 70C

TJmax (thermal shutdown) is 90C, the silicon adhesive is rated to 97C.

Normally Tcase runs 8-10C lower than TJunction, I've found that increasing LLC brings Tcase up closer to TJunction with a 3-5C difference on my 9590/chvfz.
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AMD engineering dept has given these temps as the maximum recommend long term operating temps.

Tcase (core) 61.1C
TJunction (socket) 70C

TJmax (thermal shutdown) is 90C, the silicon adhesive is rated to 97C.

Normally Tcase runs 8-10C lower than TJunction, I've found that increasing LLC brings Tcase up closer to TJunction with a 3-5C difference on my 9590/chvfz.

But it looks like you're cooling the board with water , correct? On air it's a different story that's why we recommend fans across VRM and behind the board.
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post #530 of 1092
Those fans are a good idea with air or water, can be of more help with h20 because you no longer have a cpu fan move air across the vrm/nb heat spreader. I have the rear vrm fans on a UD3R3 and the Crosshair, the Crosshair has a mosfet block and the UD3 is on air. Seemed to help both boards about the same.
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