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I've been using 1.45 4.7 Ghz Turbo Core disabled for four years now. It is 24 hour Prime 95 Stable but if I overclock any higher it won't be, but it will pass Intel Burn Test 2.0. I have both my 4 Pin and my 8 Pin CPU power connectors plugged in because that's what ASUS recommends in their motherboard manual because the eight pin alone only puts out 180 Watts and the 4 Pin puts out 75 Watts so both are needed to power the 220W TDP otherwise you have to overvolt the crap out of it.
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Originally Posted by x86overclock View Post

your stock voltage is 1.47V and it can run on 1.45V with turbo core disabled. 1.50V is AMD's recommended limit. I don't know why you think 1.53V is stock but you are going to seriously damage your CPU. If you have a board that has both a 4PIN and 8Pin CPU power connectors use both not only will this reduce the amount of voltage you need and give you more stability it will also run much cooler.

I did that for a quick heat test. But that's what the mobo set as default cpu voltage. I'm at 4.2ghz and 1.38v for now until my new hardware comes in.
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Originally Posted by Kryton View Post

There's part of your problem - Not enough volume of coolant getting to the block for proper cooling.

Even using tubing ( 1/2' outer and 3/8' inner ) would be better than what you're running but what I originally stated is best overall.
It's got to have the coolant volume for absorbing the heat a 9590 puts out. Just sayin what I know to be true about it, my watercooling even with my larger tubing can still have problems cooling my 9590 or in reality any of my 8 cored FX chips.
Really need a new block for myself but the one you have should be fine, just get some of the correctly sized barbs/connectors and redo that setup.

Resizing the tubing and barbs/connectors for something larger is a step up in the right direction.

If going to a larger rad then simply adding it inline to what's already there instead of swapping the old ones out in favor of the new unit is another improvement and adds thermal capacity to the system. The more individual components you have in such a system the greater chances of a leak will be BUT worth the risk as long as you keep an eye on things.

In your case with what you are running, clearly worth the risk by a long shot.

Hey guys, so I just ordered some fun stuff to finally fill my thermaltake v71 case. I've upgraded the tube size, as well as removed my 120mm rads, going with a front 420mm and top 420mm rad now, biggrin.gifbiggrin.gifbiggrin.gifbiggrin.gifrolleyes.gif
I think that's like 2000w of cooling power now, I'd say I'm set for life. thumb.gif

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  • Masterkleer tubing PVC 10/8mm
  • Black Ice Nemesis L-Series 420 Stealth Radiator Model: NLS420-F2PB
  • Magicool Slim Profile 3X140mm Radiator - Black
  • 3x Yate Loon 140x140x25mm Clear High Speed Fan with Quad Red LED D14SH-124R

And the front will be cooled by the 240mm fans that came with the case itself.
Edited by porschedrifter - 8/11/17 at 11:55am
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Throw in a newer CPU WB and perhaps a D5 and you're there biggrin.gif
Welcome to OCing the 9590 world. Do I smell another 5.1MHz coming on here?

Good luck with the new gear, keep us posted!
Edited by The Sandman - 8/11/17 at 8:14pm
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Lord knows I'm gonna try! I'm really curious to see how far this block will take me, it's so old but still alive and kicking. I technically still have room to keep the oversized 120 rad in play as well, but I don't even think I'll need to.
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Ok so, just an update, temps have gotten MUCH better, I'll now hit 61c at OCCT stress testing full load while error checking, at full stock volts and 4.7GHz with 5Ghz turbo enabled.
I'm going to add one of my old rads in as well and go for 5GHz
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Slight change of plans, went Ryzen rolleyes.gifwink.gifbiggrin.gif
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Don't know if I'm just lucky, but my FX-9590 rig does fine with Turbo off on the stock 47 multiplier and 1.3875v. I'm using a Noctua NH-D15 air cooler and believe it or not an Asrock 970A-G/3.1 (it officially supports 220W processors - only socket 970 motherboard I know of that can). Have it in a full tower case (Rosewill Thor v2) and it has yet to hit 50C in long gaming sessions). Hasn't crashed on me once.
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Those are great temps and volts for that clock for sure. Once I upgraded my rads and tubing things got better for me. Turbo off at 4.7 and 1.45v my temp spikes were only 61c. See for me while gaming I would see a 44-55c nominal temp, but I have HWinfo at a really low polling speed so it would pick up any temp spike you normally wouldn't see and it would show in the max temp section, that's what I was worried about, but would only see the spikes randomly not sustained. Until I loaded up ROG RealBench!! Holy crap that thing really stressed your hardware.

Not sure if I had a bad chip or what, but that sucker spiked like crazy. Now on my Ryzen 1700x, it's a nice and smooth gradient of temps. No more crazy spikes on the exact same cooling setup.
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Don't know if I'm just lucky, but my FX-9590 rig does fine with Turbo off on the stock 47 multiplier and 1.3875v. I'm using a Noctua NH-D15 air cooler and believe it or not an Asrock 970A-G/3.1 (it officially supports 220W processors - only socket 970 motherboard I know of that can). Have it in a full tower case (Rosewill Thor v2) and it has yet to hit 50C in long gaming sessions). Hasn't crashed on me once.

Edited by porschedrifter - 10/22/17 at 7:18am
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Mine's just a spare parts PC. Someone gave me the CPU a month ago and I found the cheapest motherboard that would support it. I had all the rest just laying around. Not a bad spare PC!
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