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well i just got my new fx 9590 in yesterday, i took out the old 8350 and installed the new cpu. when i booted up the system i seen that all my bios setting were reset to factory wich is expected when system finds new cpu in slot. once i got into windows i seen my widgets on my desktop would stop working then i would move my mouse and they would start again but as soon as i would stop moving they would stop..... after a few seconds the whole system would lock up and need a ahrd reboot to get the pc working again... so then i went into bios and changed my ram setting from its stock 2400mhz to 1866mhz and cpu wich my board auto clocked it to 5.01 back down to its stock of 4.7. after a reboot i got back into windows and started a few stability test usin amd overdrive and after 3 min the temps reached 185 degrees F and the pc shut down. now i know this cpu gets hot but damn. after a few more restarts it just keeps locking up soo im lost any info would be awsome if not im just going to RMA it for a new one...


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post #2 of 11

Usually, when I change a critical part in my computer, I reinstall windows to avoid thing like that. Maybe it is something else, I'm not an expert but it is my feeling.

 

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after a reboot i got back into windows and started a few stability test usin amd overdrive and after 3 min the temps reached 185 degrees F and the pc shut down. now i know this cpu gets hot but damn.

Did you accidently plug in the free toaster they sent with it by mistake ? tongue.gif

I would check the water block mounting first, and check what the vcore is set at in bios.
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reset cmos might help  reseating  the water block for sure try that and wipe out all amd drivers  with the driver clean up tool and reinstall the LATEST drivers not the ones you found on that 4 year old hard drive you had sitting around

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i reseated it twice each with new TIM and ther results were the same but i didnt erase the old driver and install new.... do you really think that would work and even if it did what about the temps all things were seated properly before and like i said it got up to 185 F
post #6 of 11
have you tried putting the 8350 back in to see if you have any of these issues with that?
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I would suggest to undo any changes you have done with AMD overdrive. Remove AMD overdrive. Make sure you have the latest Bios version on the motherboard. Overclock from Bios, OC software like overdrive may have a negative effect on your processor.
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What temps do you get while monitoring in bios ?
    
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post #9 of 11
Remember its a 225w chip. does your motherboard support it. i wouldn't keep it in just in case. Also keep an aye on temps. to run these at 5Ghz you must use decent coolers.
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well id like to thank everyone for thier replies. i actually figured it out. turns our my mobo was auto overclocking the cpu to 5.012 with turbo on and only trying to give it 1.47-1.48v when to run at that speed it needs at least 1.5v so i ended up reflasing my bios back to orriginal settings and manually disabling turbo and setting the cpu at its stock of 4.7ghz at 1.48v and all is well.. my max temp after all core fully loaded using Amd overdrive stability test was 114 F soo actually way less that what ive seen other people with this chip are getting lol but thnx again for all the input!!!!
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