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as soon as i try that test my windows freeze and can not get a log .... any suggestions??

Yes, but you don't want to hear it. Try to get the thing to run stable at stock before you try to overclock it. If you are getting freezes like that your system is woefully unstable.
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as soon as i try that test my windows freeze and can not get a log .... any suggestions??

If you're referring to the test I posted here's what I can see so far

CPU/NB is set at 2200MHz (stock), this is fine.
CPU/NB voltage is currently at 1.425v while your NB VID is only 1.1375v. No question this is way over volted for stock freq of 2200MHz.
Along with this you also have CPU/NB LLC set to "Extreme" which from what I've experienced is used when under LN2 (again way wrong setting). I run CPU/NB LLC set to Regular with a NB freq of 2456MHz with 1.197v CPU/NB voltage to give you an idea.

Vcore is set to 1.416v while your CPU VID is 1.525v.
Like above you've seemed to have moved in the wrong direction and went way to low on Vcore.

You can't just throw voltage as these chips. They are VERY voltage sensitive. I always start by entering the CPU VID and NB VID values (factory default voltage) and go from there.
Add .5 multiplier and test with 10 runs set to very high. If pass add .5 multiplier and repeat.
If/when it fails add only one bump (.00625v) of Vcore and repeat test. Repeat and add only one bump at a time to ensure a minimum voltage increase.

See what your chip is capable of and what it requires to do this before trying to under volt. Don't expect to OC and under volt on a 9xxx series.
 
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ok i did what u said ,... i lowered the overclocked to 4.8 ghz and with test i ran at standard and passed but when i ran test on high it failed ...
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Thanks , was wondering about that , now cpu/nb voltagewhat can i set to start at?and also were do i change vcore voltage? Or should i leave on auto Sorry for the stupid questions wink.gif
Edited by renenate12 - 8/14/16 at 9:38am
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ok i got everything on default ... and ran test and passed ...
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ok i got everything on default ... and ran test and passed ...

I would forget about overclocking the cpu. What good is it if its unstable? People with way better cooling and top notch psu's have had issues like you. Personally I would sell the 9590 and get an 8370 or 8370E. Way better cpu's. I would take an 8350 over the 9590 tbh.
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Yes chrisjames , i should of made more research b4 i purchased , i think i may just have to be satisfied were is at now , anything over that just runs unstable ... maybe i will take your advice , thanks for the advice n help buddy
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Yes chrisjames , i should of made more research b4 i purchased , i think i may just have to be satisfied were is at now , anything over that just runs unstable ... maybe i will take your advice , thanks for the advice n help buddy

You easily could flip it on eBay and buy a 8370, 8370E or 8350 or 8320 and have a better computing experience with those processors.
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Yes i might just do that ... thnks
Also can u guide me on whats the best wifi bluetooth pcie adaptor i could purchase ...for amd board all i see is for intel


also whats the diffrence btw 8370 and 8370e as im looking to purchase and sorry if im being a pian lol
Edited by renenate12 - 8/15/16 at 4:11pm
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This may be a old post but the PSU is in fact the front line of the PC. If this lacks and fails it can lead to premature component failure as well as completely frying any and all components.

Read here
http://www.overclock.net/t/715889/phaedrus-psu-articles/0_20

One thing to a build is to study each component and to understand it. Just to say I want to buy the fastest and best components don't meant they will meld together properly. After the fact of ordering and building it you then are confronted with Software and Operating System/s that can lead to no support leaving you dissatisfied.

I know from the fist post it was PSU issue since my machine I skimped on the PSU at time of build and had random freeze ups not to mention I could not even OC the PC. I asked and at the time the Seasonic X series Gold PSU was rated as one of the best, so I bought the X750 Gold back in 2010 and it is running rock strong yet.

Do read and try to understand what and why it works. Websites reviews are important to but try to determine if the review is favored from the website helping the company making sales. You want to get the meat and potatoes from the uses that know the insides.

Newest components are all fine and dandy, Cork Sniffers Club, but to new you can run into lack of support for it. Keep in mind.

Slow down start small and build from there.

Good Luck.
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