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I have a serious question regarding "Golden Chips" and please refrain from giggling. Okay playing with the H50 mounting worked well. I was running full load at stock with a slight under-volting at 39c.

A golden perfectly binned chip would be one that is easily overclocked and requires no excess voltage; i.e. on a 125w 1090t 4.0GHz on 1.35v for example.

My question is, if you try and pump the regular amount of voltage i.e. 1.45v~1.50v for a 4.0 or higher overclock, on a golden chip would it generate more heat than a normal CPU or is it simply +voltage = +temperatures?

I am able to hit 3.80 GHz stable at 1.23v with a moderate temperature of 48~50c, but I can't hit 4.00 GHz at 1.45v~1.475v without a temp of 62c so I can't test stability. Infact, I can't even get 3.80 GHz stable above 1.35v without a temperature pushing 61/62c.

Unless ASUS probe is really off (I am going by readings, not what I have set in Bios, and I have LLC on.) These tests were done with CPUNB at around 1.20v, NB @ 2, HT @ 2, Memory @ 2 with the stock timings and 1.7v on DRAM.

I am just trying to ascertain why CPU is so hot, and I am running out of ideas.
Cool the back of your mobo(CPU area). Thats what I did, using the stock AMD fan. CPU temp dropped 5'C in less than 2 min.
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IOSEFINI and the CPU is cooler or the sensor is tricked to show less 5 degrees? the idea is good but i use the case closed so is pointless to do it since the fan would not get any air to suck and opened i have all those cables in there ehhehe
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IOSEFINI and the CPU is cooler or the sensor is tricked to show less 5 degrees? the idea is good but i use the case closed so is pointless to do it since the fan would not get any air to suck and opened i have all those cables in there ehhehe
My case is closed too, but the fan suck fresh air from outside. No big deal to cut the side panel.
I did a test few days ago. Check the pix if you dont believe it.

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Its not that my concern is its really cooler or the sensor is tricked you see less degrees but if it reality is not that and you are in the same situation only think that is cooler and go for better overclock and damage the chip. These board sensors are not the best thing try to check that with a Fan controller sensor.
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What a bummer!

UV lights have mini transformers stepping up the voltage like a flourescent light. My guess is that the light box is bad and let the high voltage seep back into the power cable, and is more than the SATA power connectors are designed to handle and whammy. Did you already have the PSU in service with those connectors on the HDDs?
Yes, I only had it disconnected from that arrangement for a few seconds throughout the installation process. PSU has been in service after receiving it new from a RMA replacement for approximately 2 weeks prior with no troubles and steadier volts than my previous hx1000.
Your explanation makes some sense to me and the flat and thin modular sata cable I was working with probably wasn't a huge help dealing with something like that...
That array wasn't backed up recently enough to boot. Luckily it was an HDD at least, I should be able to find a reasonably priced donor for a new board to try without having to send in the drive in for replacement.
Well at least I hadn't quite turned my back yet and didn't have my stereo on to block out the warning fizzles....could've lost my whole rig or home if I didn't see, lol.
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post #4917 of 13131
simply +voltage = +temperatures?


i have 2 1090T chips from NewEgg for my formula and my extreme

i run them at 4000 mhz or a little less (3970 with bus set to 248) with all voltages set to auto, i think the motherboard does a good job at adjusting the settings, bus=250, mult=16, nb freq=3000, ht=2250, mem=2000, my temps are less than 60C, this is as high as my cooling will let me go.

i have change the location of 2-120 fans from the side of my case to behind the hard drive racks and now my temp are lower, they blow from front to back, ambient=21





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i like pc probe II it works for me as to accurse maybe, its what i go by
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Hey guys!

I have been lurking for a while and recently bought a Formula and a 1090T and installed into my PC. I had a EVGA 790I FTW and a Intel 9550 Quad Core that were great but the mobo was so unstable to run I gave up on it after trying new memory and being unable to use my pc consistently.

Anyways I installed the Formula and 1090T into my case with my old components along with the new memory I had tried in my old setup and everything worked great for a few days. I eventually went back to set my memory to factory specs since mobo's don't usually set everything at a lower safer setting.

Well that worked for a little while although I never did set the memory frequency to the full 1600mhz, eventually I did come back and try it and it booted and ran for a short while and ever since I began to troubleshoot this issue I can barely get the system to run at default settings. Quick rundown of my system:

AMD Phenom II X6 1090T
Asus Crosshair IV Formula
Western Digital 300gb Velociraptor
Corsair 850HX PSU
Corsair H70 watercooling
Corsair TW3X4G1600C9D
EVGA 275 GTX FTW
Windows 7 X64 Home Premium

I have tried all things I can think of, mostly I set the memory to it's factory settings of 9-9-9-24 2T 1.80v and try either 1067, 1333, 1600 frequencies conjunction with other things such as swapping module slots, just 1 module, rest of the system overclocked and at default etc. I have noticed that this memory is not listed in the manual so ofcourse that means it is not officially supported, I already had this memory from trying to stabilize my old setup and would love for it to work smoothly. The problems I have experienced are all Stop Errors, usually IRQL not equal or less than, Memory Management or Page Fault. Usually at startup or if after that when I attempt to load a game or open a browser.

Any simple ideas on things I have overlooked? I have not really played with memory voltage much because they are supposed to run at 1.8v according to the label although I wonder if a lower voltage like 1.65 would work, I read someone else having issues with these said CPUZ recognized them as a different lower voltage Module.
    
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post #4920 of 13131
set every thing to defaults
if you run 2 sticks of memory put them in the black slots as per manual
run microsoft memcheck
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