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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 may be selling this "big gem" next year biggrin.gif depending on how good Zen turns out to be... if it actually turns out.
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Thank you for allowing me into your club. wheee.gif

For the record in every other run I made the max peak temp was 61.3C and this run was a fluke. I too was concerned about the overheating motherboard and was rearranging the furniture to get better board cooling when I gouged the board and killed it. So that was its last run. Been crying in me tankard O' ale ever since.

These new generation FX CPUs are way better than the early ones. For instance this 8370 is a good 200 mhz better than my old 8350 at the same settings. sabertooth4.8finalrunning11-4-14.jpg 311k .jpg file

There should be more people showing up with everyday 5 ghz rigs now with these new CPUs.
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Congrats, you are in... feel free to use the banner.



Thank you:) And its already in my sig:thumb:
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Thank you for allowing me into your club. wheee.gif

For the record in every other run I made the max peak temp was 61.3C and this run was a fluke. I too was concerned about the overheating motherboard and was rearranging the furniture to get better board cooling when I gouged the board and killed it. So that was its last run. Been crying in me tankard O' ale ever since.

These new generation FX CPUs are way better than the early ones. For instance this 8370 is a good 200 mhz better than my old 8350 at the same settings. sabertooth4.8finalrunning11-4-14.jpg 311k .jpg file

There should be more people showing up with everyday 5 ghz rigs now with these new CPUs.

yeah, going from old 8350 to this chip I went from a max stable of 4.8 to 5.1.... and the volts required were the same for each.... (although I did manage to hit the req for this club at 5.217 on a cold day)

on a side note... just like I go by the "new" max of 70C on cores as defined by Overdrive, I also must count spikes since it does during its auto OC attempt.... took some doings to find that out btw.

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Thank you:) And its already in my sig:thumb:

I see biggrin.gif I find it funny that no one picked on your entry like miklkit's... your temps were above the "62 C" that everyone was going on about... but not by as much I suppose... guess they were looking at the socket temp on that readout that said 60C even... still, all good... my cores never crossed 43C in my first entry, later I came back and put in a 5.217 entry...well... that one pushed to near 61C on cores.
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Thank you for allowing me into your club. wheee.gif

For the record in every other run I made the max peak temp was 61.3C and this run was a fluke. I too was concerned about the overheating motherboard and was rearranging the furniture to get better board cooling when I gouged the board and killed it. So that was its last run. Been crying in me tankard O' ale ever since.

These new generation FX CPUs are way better than the early ones. For instance this 8370 is a good 200 mhz better than my old 8350 at the same settings. sabertooth4.8finalrunning11-4-14.jpg 311k .jpg file

There should be more people showing up with everyday 5 ghz rigs now with these new CPUs.

Congrats, not sure , but you may be the only one to make it on air cooling.
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I see biggrin.gif I find it funny that no one picked on your entry like miklkit's... your temps were above the "62 C" that everyone was going on about... but not by as much I suppose... guess they were looking at the socket temp on that readout that said 60C even... still, all good... my cores never crossed 43C in my first entry, later I came back and put in a 5.217 entry...well... that one pushed to near 61C on cores.

Hehe i thought every buddy would say something about it lol


Also i have a question. what thermal paste is everyone using?


Why i ask is because im going to order a tube of paste when i order he core x9 today cause im out of paste.. i was going to re buy tuniq tx 2 which i been using for a year and so far it seems like really great paste. I also used mx-3 before that which was good too.

But i saw IC Diamond 7 Carat and also GELID Solutions GC-Extreme are they any good over tuniq or mx 3? Oh i also saw they still sell Arctic Silver Ceramique which i had great results back in the day but im not sure how good it is today.


And i forgot Cooler Master IceFusion - 200 g which is a great deal for 17$ but cant really find much about it..
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I see biggrin.gif I find it funny that no one picked on your entry like miklkit's... your temps were above the "62 C" that everyone was going on about... but not by as much I suppose... guess they were looking at the socket temp on that readout that said 60C even... still, all good... my cores never crossed 43C in my first entry, later I came back and put in a 5.217 entry...well... that one pushed to near 61C on cores.

Hehe i thought every buddy would say something about it lol


Also i have a question. what thermal paste is everyone using?


Why i ask is because im going to order a tube of paste when i order he core x9 today cause im out of paste.. i was going to re buy tuniq tx 2 which i been using for a year and so far it seems like really great paste. I also used mx-3 before that which was good too.

But i saw IC Diamond 7 Carat and also GELID Solutions GC-Extreme are they any good over tuniq or mx 3? Oh i also saw they still sell Arctic Silver Ceramique which i had great results back in the day but im not sure how good it is today.


And i forgot Cooler Master IceFusion - 200 g which is a great deal for 17$ but cant really find much about it..
I am using arctic cooling MX-4 with the 1/2-3/4 pea application method was using cool laboratories liquid metal ultra and it did better but was a hassle to deal with and had like 2-3 applications for like $20 so that went to the birds and I resorted to my tried and true arctic cooling MX-4.

I myself thru alot of testing and applications across a widespread amount of CPU's found arctic cooling MX-4 to give best results due to its spread ability it's carbon based and no cure time also non conductive to electricity and it has very good thermal transfer and will never dry out so in long run thru my testing it has been the most consistent and work the best in all cooling solutions whether liquid or air or even phase change MX-4 is the most versatile one I have found and the major thing is its performance remains consistent thruought all my testing.

I have a rig running arctic cooling MX-4 running 24/7 now I am doing longterm run testing with it has been going almost 5yrs now with 0 degradation of the MX-4 thermal paste I think the rig will die before the paste degrades it is a OC'd AMD phenom 2 955BE OC'd to 4ghz and the thing has not had any degradation of the thermal paste. I have shut machine down and took fan off and cleaned dust out of cooler put fan back on and fire it back up and that is it no removal of heatsink so far the paste is amazing me. I am keeping logs of the temps and ambients along with dates and when either machine dies or the thermal paste shows signs of degradation I will hault test and then run the numbers and find out where the degradation occurred and by how much it did so.
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Hehe i thought every buddy would say something about it lol


Also i have a question. what thermal paste is everyone using?


Why i ask is because im going to order a tube of paste when i order he core x9 today cause im out of paste.. i was going to re buy tuniq tx 2 which i been using for a year and so far it seems like really great paste. I also used mx-3 before that which was good too.

But i saw IC Diamond 7 Carat and also GELID Solutions GC-Extreme are they any good over tuniq or mx 3? Oh i also saw they still sell Arctic Silver Ceramique which i had great results back in the day but im not sure how good it is today.

I've used Noctua NT-H1, IC Diamond, Arctic MX-4 & Gelid, Gelid came with my EK Supremacy EVO.

I've had better results with NT-H1, but that doesn't mean it's the best. Application of TIM is very important

I've had bad results with IC Diamond, that could be the application of it though...

BTW: My CPU and Block were not scratched as bad, from ICD, as many people had warned me about...
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Hehe i thought every buddy would say something about it lol


Also i have a question. what thermal paste is everyone using?


Why i ask is because im going to order a tube of paste when i order he core x9 today cause im out of paste.. i was going to re buy tuniq tx 2 which i been using for a year and so far it seems like really great paste. I also used mx-3 before that which was good too.

But i saw IC Diamond 7 Carat and also GELID Solutions GC-Extreme are they any good over tuniq or mx 3? Oh i also saw they still sell Arctic Silver Ceramique which i had great results back in the day but im not sure how good it is today.

I've used Noctua NT-H1, IC Diamond, Arctic MX-4 & Gelid, Gelid came with my EK Supremacy EVO.

I've had better results with NT-H1, but that doesn't mean it's the best. Application of TIM is very important

I've had bad results with IC Diamond, that could be the application of it though...

BTW: My CPU and Block were not scratched as bad, from ICD, as many people had warned me about...
you got lucky with the IC diamond many have gotten scratched / etched blocks and CPU's making them very hard to kool and making a lapping of CPU / block / heatsink nearly required and let me tell you that is alot of work and alot of time to do right lapping wise we are talking hours for each one.

I have heard some batches of IC diamond had improper size and amount fo artificial diamond dust which caused alot of the issues but still till this day it is happening so take that as a warning and that you got lucky a bunch have literally ruined theyre blocks / CPU IHS's surface with IC diamond.

I will be lapping my FX 9590 next year when warranty runs out just because why not it is like 3c-4c I can shave off I already got the lapping stuff setup and a piece of plate glass that is 100% flat I use 800grit and work my way upto 2000grit and in end my laps look like a mirror and are 100% smooth / flat.
Edited by rickcooperjr - 5/21/15 at 8:02am
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I think it was the air cooling that got them going, as they commented on temps and then went on about how water cooling would make the VRMs run cooler. I see that a lot as I seem to be an outlier with air cooling performance. BTW, that run was in IBT AVX Very High, not Standard.

Now that I know what the actual requirements are I might take a shot at it with my current board. It is running at 4.92 daily totally stable.

I may be wrong but I believe the thermal paste to use depends on the mating surfaces. Mirror finished surfaces work better with thinner paste while dull finishes work best with thicker paste like ICD. Currently both my CPU and heat sink have dull stock finishes and get best temps with ICD.
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