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Dang. Looks like I didn't do so well in the silicon lottery frown.gif

I think you did just fine, but there is a voltage wall to all of the 8 core chips I have messed with. The good news is, if you can cool the thing, higher voltages don't seem to bother these chips.
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post #12 of 48
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lol

When I'm looking at temps should I be concerning myself with the socket temps as much as I am with the core temps?

they say the socket temp max is +10C max core temp. so 70C for max socket temp if im not mistaken.
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I think you did just fine, but there is a voltage wall to all of the 8 core chips I have messed with. The good news is, if you can cool the thing, higher voltages don't seem to bother these chips.

I'm running a custom loop and I'm getting great core temps but I seem to be hitting the "max" 70c socket limit right as my core temps are just creeping up on 50c. Kind of irritating lol
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I'm running a custom loop and I'm getting great core temps but I seem to be hitting the "max" 70c socket limit right as my core temps are just creeping up on 50c. Kind of irritating lol

are the VRMs cooled? thats another direct path for heat to enter the socket area.
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I'm running a custom loop and I'm getting great core temps but I seem to be hitting the "max" 70c socket limit right as my core temps are just creeping up on 50c. Kind of irritating lol

Try placing a fan to blow at the back of the mobo behind the cpu.
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are the VRMs cooled? thats another direct path for heat to enter the socket area.

Yeah the VRM's are also watercooled.
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Try placing a fan to blow at the back of the mobo behind the cpu.

Have one on there.
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post #17 of 48
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I think you did just fine, but there is a voltage wall to all of the 8 core chips I have messed with. The good news is, if you can cool the thing, higher voltages don't seem to bother these chips.

I'm running a custom loop and I'm getting great core temps but I seem to be hitting the "max" 70c socket limit right as my core temps are just creeping up on 50c. Kind of irritating lol

A little airflow on the backside of the socket is a great thing. Any way you can make that happen ?
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Meh, I just don't think this chip is meant to be pushed. I tried 5.3 and set the voltage to auto with extreme (100%) LLC and it set me at about 1.61v

I hit 65c core just booting into windows LOL
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post #19 of 48
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Meh, I just don't think this chip is meant to be pushed. I tried 5.3 and set the voltage to auto with extreme (100%) LLC and it set me at about 1.61v

I hit 65c core just booting into windows LOL

They are hot momma's that's for sure.
I don't like to use the top setting for LLC. I'd set the voltage for about 1.53 with llc at very high, but that's up to you.
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They are hot momma's that's for sure.
I don't like to use the top setting for LLC. I'd set the voltage for about 1.53 with llc at very high, but that's up to you.

I tried 1.55 @ very high LLC and it wouldn't boot. frown.gif

On a side note, I seem to be stable with 1.35 @ 4.7 lol. I don't feel so bad anymore if I can get 4.7 fully stable with stock 8350 volts biggrin.gif
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