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The best batchs and stable OC results 5+ GHz with Visheras?

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Ok, Im finding only golden chips.
Something like this my best chip (Its ES of 9590) with this cooling setup:




So, if someone will have similar chip or better (example 5150 MHz with allinone or 5200+ wattercooling), show it :-)
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I did this awhile back with the new DD build, although while not at the speeds you named it does show these chips can clock without needing so much voltage.

Was running my Susanoo aircooler and even with that it still began getting warm after running it for about an hour or so, if it were on water it woudn't be an issue.
Temps shown aren't accurate, the chip was running warmer than HWmonitor shows.

Why not see if yours can run at stock speeds with voltages I used - I'd bet it can.

This chip shows promise of being good and so far it has been, however I haven't ran this one much since I've had it.

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My Vishera (FX-6300) is the weirdest chip I've ever had. Sometimes it runs at 4.5GHz with about 1.35Vcore, after some overclocking and reverting back it needs 1.5V. The best I've gotten out of it was 5452MHz at 1.712V on air. Don't ask how I managed to cool it, I have no idea myself.
ATM I'm running it at 4.6/4.7GHz 1.5V 24/7.


Edited by Eldan - 6/18/16 at 12:37am
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Have quite a few chips that where or are stable at 5ghz and higher.

Very cooling dependent. Never a volt restriction. Not sure any of my chips would be considered golden when many FX processors are capable of 5ghz pretty easily.

FX-9590 Engineering sample Golden???......





FX-8350 cooling trumps liquid and "could" be considered stable if such cooling was implemented on a daily basis. Perhaps Cascade or Single stage could yield 6ghz daily clocks? Is that considered golden?

Drop an EDIT here. This is a screen shot of air cooling FX-9590.


Edited by ShrimpBrime - 6/18/16 at 8:53am
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Seems similar as my 9590 ES. I rthink, it could be over 5100 MHz stress test stable. Of course, Cinebench limit is also around 5400 MHz and vakldiation close to 5900 MHz with 1.57V smile.gif
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That's good clock speed for 1.57v I think. My max on liquid was 5.7ghz with a 50f water delta. 1.656v.

Keep in mind that mine is de-lidded. Core temps are always higher than socket/board temp readings. Have a copper plate that is twice the size of the IHS plate also. This helps dissipate heat with more surface area.
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