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I guess this is what you are wanting....let me know. biggrin.gif

HWiNFO64.zip 63k .zip file

EDIT: I added the debug for the beta version:

HWiNFO64Beta.zip 60k .zip file
Edited by Hequaqua - 4/30/17 at 5:55am
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@Mumak

I guess this is what you are wanting....let me know. biggrin.gif

HWiNFO64.zip 63k .zip file

EDIT: I added the debug for the beta version:

HWiNFO64Beta.zip 60k .zip file

Thanks. The main sensor readings (Nuvoton) will be fixed in the next build of HWiNFO. What's currently shown as VIN12 is the "CPU NB" value.
As for the Richtek ASP1106D/ASP1106D sensor, I will need a bit more time...
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Thanks. The main sensor readings (Nuvoton) will be fixed in the next build of HWiNFO. What's currently shown as VIN12 is the "CPU NB" value.
As for the Richtek ASP1106D/ASP1106D sensor, I will need a bit more time...

No problem. thumb.gif

So is the Richtek the SoC sensor, or is the NB and SoC really the same? I'm a bit confused, but I'm not the only one...lol
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NB and SoC should be the same voltages. The Richtek chip is a PWM Controller (VRM) providing voltage to the CPU, but its values might currently not be properly shown by HWiNFO,
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NB and SoC should be the same voltages. The Richtek chip is a PWM Controller (VRM) providing voltage to the CPU, but its values might currently not be properly shown by HWiNFO,

OK....cool. thumb.gif
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System together and up and running!

Updated MSI motherboard to latest BIOS and it gave my corsair LPX memory two XMP profiles. First profile of 2993mhz works good, second one of 3200MHZ won't work and just goes back to base 2133mhz. So for now I just left it at 2993mhz stable till more bios updates come.

did a basic overclock of 3.8GHZ@1.360 volts stable for 2 hours on AID64. Temps where around 74c on the stock AMD cooler. Trying to get to 3.9ghz seems like it will require more voltage then I feel comfortable ruining on the stock cooler for now. So will call it good at 3.8 I think till I maybe buy a better cooler later down the line.

Cinebench score between my two systems where:
1600@3.8ghz 1280
I7-4790k@4.7ghz 960


Pretty happy with this AMD system for what I spent on it. Need to get a better graphic card in it though next So I can really run some games on it. Might Throw one of my 980ti out of my intel setup to play with it later today.

Also need to load up some of the MSI apps for this board, so I can play with the RGB stuff haha
Edited by doom26464 - 4/30/17 at 2:02pm
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System together and up and running!

Updated MSI motherboard to latest BIOS and it gave my corsair LPX memory two XMP profiles. First profile of 2993mhz works good, second one of 3200MHZ won't work and just goes back to base 2133mhz. So for now I just left it at 2993mhz stable till more bios updates come.

did a basic overclock of 3.8GHZ@1.360 volts stable for 2 hours on AID64. Temps where around 74c on the stock AMD cooler. Trying to get to 3.9ghz seems like it will require more voltage then I feel comfortable ruining on the stock cooler for now. So will call it good at 3.8 I think till I maybe buy a better cooler later down the line.

Cinebench score between my two systems where:
1600@3.8ghz 1280
I7-4790@4.7ghz 960


Pretty happy with this AMD system for what I spent on it. Need to get a better graphic card in it though next So I can really run some games on it. Might Throw one of my 980ti out of my intel setup to play with it later today.

Also need to load up some of the MSI apps for this board, so I can play with the RGB stuff haha

Nice don't forget to fill out the form in the op.thumb.gif
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System together and up and running!

Updated MSI motherboard to latest BIOS and it gave my corsair LPX memory two XMP profiles. First profile of 2993mhz works good, second one of 3200MHZ won't work and just goes back to base 2133mhz. So for now I just left it at 2993mhz stable till more bios updates come.

did a basic overclock of 3.8GHZ@1.360 volts stable for 2 hours on AID64. Temps where around 74c on the stock AMD cooler. Trying to get to 3.9ghz seems like it will require more voltage then I feel comfortable ruining on the stock cooler for now. So will call it good at 3.8 I think till I maybe buy a better cooler later down the line.

Cinebench score between my two systems where:
1600@3.8ghz 1280
I7-4790k@4.7ghz 960


Pretty happy with this AMD system for what I spent on it. Need to get a better graphic card in it though next So I can really run some games on it. Might Throw one of my 980ti out of my intel setup to play with it later today.

Also need to load up some of the MSI apps for this board, so I can play with the RGB stuff haha

Looks Good! Lovin' It! thumb.gif
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Ive had a 1500X computer up for the last couple weeks. I have been attempting to push a good clock whenever Im not playing.

My motherboard is an ASUS Prime B350M-A and I have an 8 GB stick of Crucial Ballistix Sport (Part number: BLS8G4D240FSA) at 2661.2 MHz (CL16)

The ram is very stable and the processor is good up to 3.8 with a stronger voltage. Right now I have set my voltage at 1.395 V. I really dont want my processor to suffer anything 1.4 V or above. Even where its at right now, I think the chip is in for a miserable summer with only the Wraith Spire to keep it company. My case pushes a passable amount of air through it. Aside from the rear exhaust fan, there is 120 mm on the side of the case that pushes 2/3 of its air over the top of the GPU and onto the mainboard. The rest of its air goes right into the heatsink of the GPU. So, even though the fans arent working together flow-wise, there is fresh air coming in the side, and leaving out the back brace at a good speed. Lastly the PSU has a fan below it (it is mounted on the top of the case) pulling air into itself and ultimately out out the back of the case.

Right now, I am getting crashes after about an hour of running BOINC. That being said, I dont think Ill participate in the pentathalon next week as I dont think I will have a bulletproof system by then.

Also, thank you Tcoppock for making this owners club, and Hequaqua for trying to push your memory further, Im rooting for you! I myself have resigned to memory at 2661 MHz, at least unti a significant bios update wink.gif

Also, big ups to doom26464 for making it look easy, getting his memory to 2993 and getting his 1600 to 3.8 GHz on a lowly 1.36 V, for my 1500X to do the same clock I have to bring it up to at least 1.4 V!

I will add myself to the leaderboard when I can get this system a bit more stable. So far Ive been using Memtest86 to get a good idea of a safe neighborhood to put the settings in, then Prime95 and OCCT for some of the finer and more demanding stuff. I want to keep a clock around 3.8 MHz, but that looks like that's not gonna happen with the Wraith.

That video posted by zipper on page 5 has me freaking out after seeing what they set their voltage to. At around 7:40 you can see they set the votage was to 2 V, an insane figure for me. I know they are using LN2 cooling, but that chip is taking some punishment there. I am trying to find a nice safe voltage that will get me through years of use. Hequaqua has expressed that his record setting overclock isnt where he sees "leaving" his PC at. So I want to know: where do you think a safe and sustainable voltage should be? Personally, I think anything under 1.4V is fine for long term use, not to mention the air cooler can keep up with sub 1.4 voltages (most of the time.) Yes, I still do crash an hour or so into stress tests! It looks like Ill have to dip down to as low as 3.7 GHz to keep it stress-test stable and keep the voltage in the safe side of town. Pardon my driveling, its my first post here (longtime lurker) and I wanted to make it a big one! Thanks for reading! smile.gif

Edit1: changed to Tcoppock Edit2: Changed to BOINC Edit3: Added 3 edit postscripts
Edited by Thunderpizza - 4/30/17 at 3:52pm
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Ive had a 1500X computer up for the last couple weeks. I have been attempting to push a good clock whenever Im not playing.

My motherboard is an ASUS Prime B350M-A and I have an 8 GB stick of Crucial Ballistix Sport (Part number: BLS8G4D240FSA) at 2661.2 MHz (CL16)

The ram is very stable and the processor is good up to 3.8 with a stronger voltage. Right now I have set my voltage at 1.395 V. I really dont want my processor to suffer anything 1.4 V or above. Even where its at right now, I think the chip is in for a miserable summer with only the Wraith Spire to keep it company. My case pushes a passable amount of air through it. Aside from the rear exhaust fan, there is 120 mm on the side of the case that pushes 2/3 of its air over the top of the GPU and onto the mainboard. The rest of its air goes right into the heatsink of the GPU. So, even though the fans arent working together flow-wise, there is fresh air coming in the side, and leaving out the back brace at a good speed. Lastly the PSU has fan below it (it is mounted on the top of the case) pulling air into itself and ultimately out out the back of the case.

Right now, I am getting crashes after about an hour of running BIONIC. That being said, I dont think Ill participate in the pentathalon next week as I dont think I will have a bulletproof system by then.

Also, thank you Topcock for making this owners club, and Hequaqua for trying to push your memory further, Im rooting for you! I myself have resigned to memory at 2661 MHz, at least unti a significant bios update wink.gif

Also, big ups to doom26464 for making it look easy, getting his memory to 2993 and getting his 1600 to 3.8 GHz on a lowly 1.36 V, for my 1500X to do the same clock I have to bring it up to at least 1.4 V!

I will add myself to the leaderboard when I can get this system a bit more stable. So far Ive been using Memtest86 to get a good idea of a safe neighborhood to put the settings in, then Prime95 and OCCT for some of the finer and more demanding stuff. I want to keep a clock around 3.8 MHz, but that looks like that's not gonna happen with the Wraith.

That video posted by zipper on page 5 has me freaking out after seeing what they set their voltage to. At around 7:40 you can see they set the votage was to 2 V, an insane figure for me. I know they are using LN2 cooling, but that chip is taking some punishment there. I am trying to find a nice safe voltage that will get me through years of use. Hequaqua has expressed that his record setting overclock isnt where he sees "leaving" his PC at. So I want to know: where do you think a safe and sustainable voltage should be? Personally, I think anything under 1.4V is fine for long term use, not to mention the air cooler can keep up with sub 1.4 voltages (most of the time.) Yes, I still do crash an hour or so into stress tests! It looks like Ill have to dip down to as low as 3.7 GHz to keep it stress-test stable and keep the voltage in the safe side of town. Pardon my driveling, its my first post here (longtime lurker) and I wanted to make it a big one! Thanks for reading! smile.gif
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