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post #7941 of 9900
Thread Starter 
hey Bilko
get her a better psu and put that chip on a chvf or chvf-z
8150s seem to love these boards mine went to 4.5 on stock voltage
but i had to push the vcore up a good bit to hit 5.0 though thank god
for my water chiller.
post #7942 of 9900
Thread Starter 
ok I hinted at something I was planning to put together the other day hehe.
the jist of it was I wanna build a double system in a caselabc tx10-D
w/ pedestal.

one of the builds will be a fx-9590 on an asus CHVF-Z
sporting 32gigs of 2400mhz memory and 4 290x GPUs 3 in cfire and
the extra because this is ocn and that board can't do quad cfire for some
odd reason

the other is a maxxed out intel 2011 system this will be wrapped up
in a nice red black and white themed case

normal operation will be w/c using rads when benching it will be cooled
by a sub-zero water chiller.

I'm thinking in the next 3-6months once my disability gets approved.
post #7943 of 9900
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Originally Posted by Paul17041993 View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by Mega Man View Post

very very accurate, it is a temp sensor ( called a thermistor ) , and it is just mounted on the pcb surface
says who ? i know people who push over 1.6v 24/7 without issue

I guess if you can keep your board cold then its probably ok
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Id still have to question how long that would last, but eh a lot of people don't stick to the same hardware for more then a few years anyway...
he has been doing it for over a year
Quote:
Originally Posted by vedaire View Post

ok I hinted at something I was planning to put together the other day hehe.
the jist of it was I wanna build a double system in a caselabc tx10-D
w/ pedestal.

one of the builds will be a fx-9590 on an asus CHVF-Z
sporting 32gigs of 2400mhz memory and 4 290x GPUs 3 in cfire and
the extra because this is ocn and that board can't do quad cfire for some
odd reason

the other is a maxxed out intel 2011 system this will be wrapped up
in a nice red black and white themed case

normal operation will be w/c using rads when benching it will be cooled
by a sub-zero water chiller.

I'm thinking in the next 3-6months once my disability gets approved.

1 you will wanna make sure your chip can do 2400 on all 4 dimms using 8gbs sticks, not all can , most can not

2 it can do quadfire with a riser cable ( 4th card at x4 )
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post #7944 of 9900
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ah cool didn't know that and I know just where to get a good one of those at already have a link to one.


I'm hopping with the 9590 it'll do it I think as long as I get the timings set right and the signal strength
set properly in bios
Edited by vedaire - 3/16/14 at 3:02am
post #7945 of 9900
Quote:
Originally Posted by vedaire View Post

one of the builds will be a fx-9590 on an asus CHVF-Z
sporting 32gigs of 2400mhz memory and 4 290x GPUs 3 in cfire and
the extra because this is ocn and that board can't do quad cfire for some
odd reason

in all honesty, 16Gb is more then enough for almost anything, unless you're doing some serious graphical/modeling/CAD stuff, and a small SSD would be cheaper over a ramdisk.

I would recommend only 3 290Xs or wait for if a dual-290X arrives (it seems to be coming), unless you want to try the gigabyte UD7 (only one that can do 8-8-8-8), the x4 slot is enough for 7970 quadfire but for 290X it possibly isn't.

you could also try looking for ASUS's riser board, but that adds size, complexity and is rare to find so might not be worth that...
   
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post #7946 of 9900
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Originally Posted by vedaire View Post

ah cool didn't know that and I know just where to get a good one of those at already have a link to one.


I'm hopping with the 9590 it'll do it I think as long as I get the timings set right and the signal strength
set properly in bios
You can go x8\x8\x8\x4 Crossfire (2.0) IIRC, you just gotta ensure they all have a single slot bracket.. IMO, you should run trifire (seems like the best compromise for most people) and have one mining\folding all day long!
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post #7947 of 9900
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T0 = CPU Socket temp
T1 = SB temp
T2 = NB temp
T3 = Mainboard temp

Vin 0 = Vcore
CPU/NB = as it states
NB Core = actual NB voltage
Vin 3 = CPU VDDA voltage

and if you use the Opt Temp Sensor headers they will show as T4, T5, and T6.

Thanks again Sandman! So my cpu temp should come from CPU (#0)?
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post #7948 of 9900
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Thanks again Sandman! So my cpu temp should come from CPU (#0)?

That would be correct yes.
CPU 0 = CPU Core temp
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post #7949 of 9900
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says who ? i know people who push over 1.6v 24/7 without issue

Nothing like empirical data.

So, we a sample size of one. I have contemplated running this way myself. Assuming thermal limits are contained, is there any concern for the board itself? VRMs and so on.
post #7950 of 9900
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Originally Posted by X-Alt View Post

You can go x8\x8\x8\x4 Crossfire (2.0) IIRC, you just gotta ensure they all have a single slot bracket.. IMO, you should run trifire (seems like the best compromise for most people) and have one mining\folding all day long!

*16-8-8-4, but yea having the 4th as an extra for folding or mining seems like a good idea, but he would still likely need a riser ribbon as I don't think there's any single-slot 290Xs...
   
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