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Yeah go for it. 750w is enough for more than 5ghz and a 770.

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If you have two 770's and assume 300w for the CPU, 50w for other stuff in system - that's only ~750w. Like it'd be rough on your current PSU, but 1300 - that means that even a conservative 800w peak load would only be ~61.5% load on your PSU, that's just at the point where you are overpaying a ton and also losing efficiency unless you have other plans for the unit

I am planning on 2 in SLI in the future, but yeah its only one 770 right now, so yeah your right it would be a bit overkill. I'd probably go 1000W just for some headroom and being a bit future proof, that and this PSU is around 31/2 years old and has had two other oc'd cpu's on it in the past, so its been well used. Its done very well so far though, I'll give it that much.
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I just need to pick up my new psu then I will post my oc results, fx 9370 with formula z.I will be happy with 5ghz. Do you guys think I am gonna be able to hit 5ghz with that combo?I have the corsair h100i as well. Thanks
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I just need to pick up my new psu then I will post my oc results, fx 9370 with formula z.I will be happy with 5ghz. Do you guys think I am gonna be able to hit 5ghz with that combo?I have the corsair h100i as well. Thanks


I think your going to be running hot with the H100I cooler. I had to go full on water once I went to the 9370. Also depends upon the board but your VRMs will need cooling. To hold back the 1.5 v + you will need to hold the chip at that clock.
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I just need to pick up my new psu then I will post my oc results, fx 9370 with formula z.I will be happy with 5ghz. Do you guys think I am gonna be able to hit 5ghz with that combo?I have the corsair h100i as well. Thanks

I could only get to 4.8 on my Kraken x60. I have the same board and CPU as you. Once I went with a full block, 5ghz was no problem. But like JFlisk said, you'll need some kind of cooling on your VRMs.
    
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I just need to pick up my new psu then I will post my oc results, fx 9370 with formula z.I will be happy with 5ghz. Do you guys think I am gonna be able to hit 5ghz with that combo?I have the corsair h100i as well. Thanks

Yeah, I agree with Jflisk and kayan, 5Ghz is very hot at least the testing so far on mine has been. I just ordered a Raystorm block after I saw the reviews that it was 2 degrees cooler than my Rasa block. At 5GHz and 1.52V I glanced over and saw my CPU peg 67 degrees and I promptly shut prime95 down, and that's with a fan in back and front on my VRM's, I'm not testing anymore until I have that new block and add my other radiator. Its also probably a seating issue with the block I have now on mine because I should have lower temps, but I ordered it anyway since it will still run a bit cooler.

I know some guys are running AIO's and getting away with it, but I also see some of them are pegging those really high temps with testing also. I'm willing to go a degree over max for a little while but I won't risk 5.

So yeah, these chips overclocked to 5 are definitely made for a full loop. At least mine is, that's why I stopped until I'm all set up again.
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Yeah, I agree with Jflisk and kayan, 5Ghz is very hot at least the testing so far on mine has been. I just ordered a Raystorm block after I saw the reviews that it was 2 degrees cooler than my Rasa block. At 5GHz and 1.52V I glanced over and saw my CPU peg 67 degrees and I promptly shut prime95 down, and that's with a fan in back and front on my VRM's, I'm not testing anymore until I have that new block and add my other radiator. Its also probably a seating issue with the block I have now on mine because I should have lower temps, but I ordered it anyway since it will still run a bit cooler.

I know some guys are running AIO's and getting away with it, but I also see some of them are pegging those really high temps with testing also. I'm willing to go a degree over max for a little while but I won't risk 5.

So yeah, these chips overclocked to 5 are definitely made for a full loop. At least mine is, that's why I stopped until I'm all set up again.

What are your ambient temps there where you are AlphaX? Also, what kind of cooling setup do you have right now? I run Prime to check for stability, but I know that I don't get nearly as hot during normal usage.
    
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Ambient Temps are around 70F/21C, I've got a XSPC Rasa Block and an XSPC RX240. I really think its a seating issue now, but since I ordered a new case and a few new parts I'm just waiting to reconfigure the whole loop.

But yeah, I agree, I really shouldn't be that hot, considering that's a pretty good radiator and that Rasa block is only two degrees warmer than a Raystorm.
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1.49v for 25x200, stable... max temp prime test 60 Cdeg for core and 70 Cdeg for socket, ambient temp 28-32 Cdeg (room without air conditioner)...
still waiting for wb vram from ek.

when using 750w ps, the max temp above 75Cdeg (as i submitted long time ago) for core n socket, now i'm using seasonic p1000, n for 5ghz only using 1.49v
i think power supply is also factor to obtain good tempt for overclocking, so the vrm not working hard.

using original amd heatsink fan on top of vrm n cooler master slim 120x15mm fan at the back of socket.



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I don't have the experience yet to build a full custom loop but if you guys are willing to help me ( tell me which parts to get ) I work for a Computer parts Retailer and I get up to 80% percent off on watercooling items.....So it would be really cheep for me to buy I just don't know what to get and how to set it up ya know? If the H100 I isn't enough for now ill just run it at its stock clocks until we do the full loop? Hows that sound? You guys wanna help me out? It could be a really fun project.thumb.gif
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I don't have the experience yet to build a full custom loop but if you guys are willing to help me ( tell me which parts to get ) I work for a Computer parts Retailer and I get up to 80% percent off on watercooling items.....So it would be really cheep for me to buy I just don't know what to get and how to set it up ya know? If the H100 I isn't enough for now ill just run it at its stock clocks until we do the full loop? Hows that sound? You guys wanna help me out? It could be a really fun project.thumb.gif

Everything you need to get started including D5 pump there awesome. This is a full starter kit. Water cooling is addictive once you install this youll want to add to it. thumb.gif

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/20837/ex-wat-261/XSPC_Raystorm_AX240_Extreme_Universal_CPU_Water_Cooling_Kit_w_D5_Variant_Pump_Included_and_Free_Dead-Water.html?tl=g59c683s2174
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