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That's what I need to do! I'll build a Rat computer...

Maybe there should be Ghetto build contest eek.gif

I think me or Rick could win the Rat Computer contest... Mine looks like Dr. Frankenstein built it... tubes and wires coming out of it to feed/power the exterior cooling system on here... too much hardware inside for any decent cable management, but heck it goes biggrin.gif ...
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Hehe:) thanks.

Pretty much i try anything to get lower temps lol


Have a update while still not qualify for the club.

I did get very close to it about 2mhz lol And the temps does need to be lower. But its a start:) Seems like it was my digi+ settings was wrong cause F3ERS 2 ASH3S show me his settings and i put those in and i hasn't been getting the freezing. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


And wow i really need your guys cooling setups lol 5core V8 car radiator and cummins trans cooler drool.gif



Hopefully my temps will drop some with the Thermaltake Core X9 than after that get another rad. And yea rick i don't blame you getting rid of the haf 932 amd ed.. The glass side panel just isn't ideal for cooling compare to the normal side panel that you can put 4 120mm fans in it my haf 922 always had better temps when i used to use it...

I would just buy the side panel cause its instock for 24$ but the shipping is crazy would end up costing me around 50$ total for a side panel.. 100$ more i can have the core x9:)

I think I'll award you the Oh so close award....
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Originally Posted by JourneymanMike View Post

That's what I need to do! I'll build a Rat computer...

Maybe there should be Ghetto build contest eek.gif

I think me or Rick could win the Rat Computer contest... Mine looks like Dr. Frankenstein built it... tubes and wires coming out of it to feed/power the exterior cooling system on here... too much hardware inside for any decent cable management, but heck it goes biggrin.gif ...
funny you mention DR. Frankenstein I refer to my computer as frank for frankenstein and the cooling cabinet as my torture rack and make comment I got to keep frank on the torture rack to keep him in check otherwise he tries to eat all the neighborhood kids seriously I make that joke all the time.
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Welp after changing to my haf 922 case and adding a socket fan 80mm to it. I got this:)





Did i make the club ? lol Temps are still not great at all but it is under 70c by .5 wheee.gif The temps was mostly in the 60s tho it just spiked right to 69.5 around test 7... Im sure with the core x9 what im thinking about getting and another rad i can get those lower. Going to try and see if i can get the vcore a little lower.


Fight with the temps all day first it was ram issues which the board would ony run in single channel slots 1and2.. every time i put it in 1 and 3 it would just detect 8gb... Even tho it shows it in the slots.. Found out these boards are like that and a little dust in the slot will cause it so after fiddling with it got it back working which i remounted my cpu block which screwed up the temps was getting 80c on the cores.. So after a few remounts and a case changed i got little better than what i had in my last screenshot.



Oh and i made this socket mod alot better but it is still holding by hot glue but how i have it i don't think it will come off lol.


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Forgot to add 2 screenshots as the first page said. so here's 2:)







And wow no temp spike that time so 64c cores:)
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I completely forgot about this club until reminded today. This is all the proof I have. Will it qualify? AMD FX 8370 on a Sabertooth with air cooling. Sorry about the attachments but for some reason using the "image" link crashes the browser starting yesterday.

Saber83705ghzrunning3-31-2015.jpg 256k .jpg file Saber83705ghzdone3-31-2015.jpg 316k .jpg file 2015-03-2908.04.56.jpg 1252k .jpg file
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I completely forgot about this club until reminded today. This is all the proof I have. Will it qualify? AMD FX 8370 on a Sabertooth with air cooling. Sorry about the attachments but for some reason using the "image" link crashes the browser starting yesterday.

Saber83705ghzrunning3-31-2015.jpg 256k .jpg file Saber83705ghzdone3-31-2015.jpg 316k .jpg file 2015-03-2908.04.56.jpg 1252k .jpg file

I don't believe that it will qualify...

Your CPU and CPU Socket temps are too high...

Read through the qualifications on the first page.

I seriously doubt that this can be done on air!

You could go to water cooling and qualify though!

I'm not the one that can officially approve or disapprove membership.

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I completely forgot about this club until reminded today. This is all the proof I have. Will it qualify? AMD FX 8370 on a Sabertooth with air cooling. Sorry about the attachments but for some reason using the "image" link crashes the browser starting yesterday.

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yeah you are quite a ways over the amd stated safe zone man that would have me very worried do you run it like this everyday if so you are setting on a primed and ready nuke just waiting to go off.

crazy thing is your volts look really good if you could tame that temp I think you are setting on a gem of a chip get the temps in check that chips voltage requirements will drop even more and then you will be giving Minotaurtoo a run for his money voltage wise ( and his is the big gem so far in this thread ) I think your chip is a special chip PLZ don't fry it running it so hot as temps go up these chips need more voltage and as temps go up they become less willing to give the said heat to the cooling setup. So the trick is to keep the temps down and the voltage requirements will drop and the total heat output will drop also making things much easier to control and keep in check.

I am impressed at those temps 72c like 1.512v requirement is very impressive if can get your temps to around 50c I bet you will be sub 1.5v and if can get near 40c-45c I bet will be around 1.475ish volts.

The point is most of these FX 8 cores at those temps need near 1.55v-1.575v and some are more near 1.6v so at your temp and 1.512v that is very impressive which is also why I believe you got a gem if you just treat it right you know the term wine and dine in this case just keep it kool you will likely find a very impressive outcome.
Edited by rickcooperjr - 5/20/15 at 12:40pm
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AMD says 61C MAX for their 125W CPUs.
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yeah you are quite a ways over the amd stated safe zone man that would have me very worried do you run it like this everyday if so you are setting on a primed and ready nuke just waiting to go off.

crazy thing is your volts look really good if you could tame that temp I think you are setting on a gem of a chip get the temps in check that chips voltage requirements will drop even more and then you will be giving Minotaurtoo a run for his money voltage wise ( and his is the big gem so far in this thread ) I think your chip is a special chip PLZ don't fry it running it so hot as temps go up these chips need more voltage and as temps go up they become less willing to give the said heat to the cooling setup. So the trick is to keep the temps down and the voltage requirements will drop and the total heat output will drop also making things much easier to control and keep in check.

I am impressed at those temps 72c like 1.512v requirement is very impressive if can get your temps to around 50c I bet you will be sub 1.5v and if can get near 40c-45c I bet will be around 1.475ish volts.

The point is most of these FX 8 cores at those temps need near 1.55v-1.575v and some are more near 1.6v so at your temp and 1.512v that is very impressive which is also why I believe you got a gem if you just treat it right you know the term wine and dine in this case just keep it kool you will likely find a very impressive outcome.

I'm impressed with the vcore on this chip as well. The cooling though....wooo!
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