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With the FX chips, you don't want to go over 61C. And if that's under water, you're running way too hot. What kind of voltage are you pushing to get that to 4.8? Check the FX owners thread in the AMD section for more info, but as mentioned here, you might not have the cpu block mounted properly thus giving you the high temps.

I have my bios set to 24x multiplier cpu voltage control set to 1.5000v, cpu nb vid control 1.2500v, and load line control set to extreame other then that every thing is set to normal. Oh and my idle temp is 32C. By idle I have firewall, anti-virus, two desktop gadgets, firefox, and the nomal windows system required running.
Edited by Ahzanti - 2/17/12 at 9:19am
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Everything showed today. Now, everyone cross their fingers and hopefully I will not ruin my case.......biggrin.gif
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I have my bios set to 24x multiplier cpu voltage control set to 1.5000v, cpu nb vid control 1.2500v, and load line control set to extreame other then that every thing is set to normal. Oh and my idle temp is 32C. By idle I have firewall, anti-virus, two desktop gadgets, firefox, and the nomal windows system required running.

I have the 8120 (just sitting on my desk as my Crosshair V Formula is dead, waiting for RMA) and know that i could get to 4.7-4.8 with less voltage than 1.5. for your 8150 you should be able to get higher clocks with less voltage. Reseat your cpu block, and if that doesn't help your temps, you just may not have a chip that can't run 4.8 24/7. Ultimately it's up to you, as p95 is really the only time that cpu ever hits it's max temps. There's also more info about how certain chips OC better than others with a certain range on stock vcore (think it was in the 1.3v range that OC's better with less vcore) so you might want to check on that too, if your stock vcore is lower or higher you just might not get the overclocks you want out of it. Again, the FX owner's thread has all this info in more detail..
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pvt.joker Thanks for the answer and I will look at the FX owners thread.
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post #11685 of 13773
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pvt.joker Thanks for the answer and I will look at the FX owners thread.

1.5 is really high, but every chip oc's differently too.
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I have read at another website that the pump in this kit is rated poorly. It is a guide to water cooling. In fact, it says to avoid this pump. Lets say I wanted to change pumps because I want to add a dual gpu block and a second radiator(240mm) for a dual gpu card. What pump should I upgrade to? I read that the laing D5 is not necessarily a great pump.
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I have read at another website that the pump in this kit is rated poorly. It is a guide to water cooling. In fact, it says to avoid this pump. Lets say I wanted to change pumps because I want to add a gpu block and a second radiator(240mm) for a dual gpu card. What pump should I upgrade to? I read that the laing D5 is not necessarily a great pump.

I am going to use this pump for 2 rads, cpu, and gpu. Should be okay.
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I have read at another website that the pump in this kit is rated poorly. It is a guide to water cooling. In fact, it says to avoid this pump. Lets say I wanted to change pumps because I want to add a gpu block and a second radiator(240mm) for a dual gpu card. What pump should I upgrade to? I read that the laing D5 is not necessarily a great pump.

This pump has two things not going for it;
1. It has a RMA rate do to rattling noise
2. It doesn't have the highest head pressure. Its good for about 2 GPU's and the CPU in the loop.

The things that are good about it;
1. Very quiet and very little vibration
2. It doesn't suck air back in from the loop when bleeding, makes it very easy and quick.
3. XSPC have very good customer service

The thing is the stronger the pump the more vibration and sound its going to make. If you want quiet and are not cooling a 3 way GPU setup you'll be fine with this pump.
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Hi everyone. Do any of you have the Intel mounting plate? When I bought the RASA, I got the AMD plate and sure enough now that i want to do an Intel build, I cant buy one from anywhere.
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Hi everyone. Do any of you have the Intel mounting plate? When I bought the RASA, I got the AMD plate and sure enough now that i want to do an Intel build, I cant buy one from anywhere.

Good question. You can maybe try to adapt one of these....

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/10657/bra-50/Sunbeam_Core-Contact_i5_LGA_1156_Adapter_Kit.html?tl=g30c85s453
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