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post #21 of 27
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You took the plunge! And you are trying it on air too! And you are also getting the BSOD like I am.

I was told the BSOD is caused by extreme temp spikes of the 9590. I get it at any setting over 4.7ghz.

I started off with a UD3 rev3 a year ago and it could not handle an 8350 at 4.5ghz. Gigabyte RMAd it and gave me a UD3 rev 4, but its bios was whacky and I got rid of it right away.

I hope you get it sorted out, but watch that bios.

Yea I'm trying to work out some kinks in my new build. I either got a dog of a chip or people claiming to hit over 5xxx with an h80 are full of it and stress testing with something ridiculous.

I can't get stability with all 8 cores on anything beyond 4900mhz. Amds awful temp monitoring (no reason why it's like that compare to intels but anyhow) it doesn't help. It seems to be hitting like 75 on the core and 60 on the package (no idea why amds thermal handling is so much lower than intels either) but it begins to throttle not to long thereafter.

No matter what I do I can't seem to dial in a 5ghz oc which is ludicrous when this chip is supposed to turbo ITSELF to 5ghz. That would lead me to believe it would be possible to do Atleast a bit higher in knowledgeable hands. I mean would they stamp a chip 9590 with what amounts to 0 overhead. Sounds like either bad business or an issue elsewhere.

Fwiw I'm using a H100i and not as exhaust either, it's set up as push/intake in an air conditioned room! Chip is also lapped WITH liquid metal. I expected a healthy oc for this particular chip based off the claims. Sigh - can barely run stable at stock.

So those that are claiming 5000mhz on an AIO @ 55degrees - SS or it didn't happen tongue.gif
post #22 of 27
good,Earlier you asked about motherboards having OCP, the CHV-Z I am sitting at now does, but I have no idea about the one you have.thanks rect
post #23 of 27
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I am revisiting this issue since I just got the H320 installed and the core temps are under control. I thought I had the issue resolved by raising the cpu/nb voltage but it has come back while trying to hit 5ghz on the over clock. No amount of cpu/nb voltage fixs the problem anymore. I've tried up to 1.425 on cpu/nb and 1.55 on CPU. The cores appear to be stable and the temps are under control but then the ram just stops functioning and I get a black screen with an unresponsive computer. This only happen with LLC on but with LLC off I get massive vdroop. All the one down to 1.45-1.48.

My question is where am I supposed to go at this point? Is this just a motherboard issue? Or am I missing something?
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post #24 of 27
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I am revisiting this issue since I just got the H320 installed and the core temps are under control. I thought I had the issue resolved by raising the cpu/nb voltage but it has come back while trying to hit 5ghz on the over clock. No amount of cpu/nb voltage fixs the problem anymore. I've tried up to 1.425 on cpu/nb and 1.55 on CPU. The cores appear to be stable and the temps are under control but then the ram just stops functioning and I get a black screen with an unresponsive computer. This only happen with LLC on but with LLC off I get massive vdroop. All the one down to 1.45-1.48.

My question is where am I supposed to go at this point? Is this just a motherboard issue? Or am I missing something?

Hi!
Im having the same problem as you...

Did you manage to get this situation sorted out?

Thanks! smile.gif

LPC
post #25 of 27
are you changing the reference clock and the ratio or just changing the ratio?
post #26 of 27
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are you changing the reference clock and the ratio or just changing the ratio?

Hi!
Im just changing the Ratio, the Bclk is standard...

Im going to try to update to the new beta bios F3i to see if the blackouts are fixed...

Thanks...

LPC
post #27 of 27
I'm new to OC'ing ... but this is what I found out:
http://www.modders-inc.com/gigabyte-990fxa-ud3-rev-4-0-motherboard-review/4/
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