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post #8061 of 9900
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Got my new water loop up and running and pulled this off

Very nice. thumb.gif

To improve your overclocking posture, consider moving your DRAM to the red slots.

And if you can, post a larger picture of your results, something legible. biggrin.gif
Edited by gr8sho - 3/27/14 at 5:51am
post #8062 of 9900
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anyone or someone have some experience that when using very very tight power supply and make vrm very hot cause they have working very hard for processor.
right now i'm using corsair GS 600watt for amd 9370 1.512vcore or 1.475, 3big harddrive, 1 ssd, 4 x 4 DDR3 corsair, and fxf 7970, 8 fans, 1 switch tech pump mcp 355.
and of course asus crosshair v formula with latest bios version with llc set to very hard (before extreme).
and if set to extreme with 1.5, after power button pushed, 1 second gone dead...
or the vrm for this motherboard already design to be very hot and you can not hold it even 2 second to touch the vrm, and make your processor running at 75Cdeg and increasing, even using custom loop water coiling with 1 360 xtc with 3 sp fan, and 1 140 xtc with 1 140 casing fan.

thanks.

dude... are you really using that PSU for THAAT KIND OF POWER SUCKING MOFO????????????????? you can fry your PSU, MOBO, or even CPU.. and with those settings, ussing LLC on very high??? YOLO????
     
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dude... are you really using that PSU for THAAT KIND OF POWER SUCKING MOFO????????????????? you can fry your PSU, MOBO, or even CPU.. and with those settings, ussing LLC on very high??? YOLO????

but if only llc set to high, the volt can not reach the desirable manual voltage for cpu, 1.48x with llc high only goes to 1.47x, but with very high set llc goes to exactly what i set voltage manually... thinking.gif but its 9375 anyway its already hot smile.gif
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post #8064 of 9900
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but if only llc set to high, the volt can not reach the desirable manual voltage for cpu, 1.48x with llc high only goes to 1.47x, but with very high set llc goes to exactly what i set voltage manually... thinking.gif but its 9375 anyway its already hot smile.gif

what im trying to say, is that a 9370 is a beast, and a 600w psu may not do the job... may i suggest you buy a new psu... maybe a 800w one or greater...
     
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post #8065 of 9900
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what im trying to say, is that a 9370 is a beast, and a 600w psu may not do the job... may i suggest you buy a new psu... maybe a 800w one or greater...

okay then... thanks... next project... saving money for new psu...thumb.gif
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post #8066 of 9900
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what im trying to say, is that a 9370 is a beast, and a 600w psu may not do the job... may i suggest you buy a new psu... maybe a 800w one or greater...

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Originally Posted by agung79 View Post

okay then... thanks... next project... saving money for new psu...thumb.gif

Right, under load you are likely exceeding 500W already, putting a lot of stress on the PSU.

Please consider adding a RIG profile for your machine. Sounds very nice.
post #8067 of 9900
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but if only llc set to high, the volt can not reach the desirable manual voltage for cpu, 1.48x with llc high only goes to 1.47x, but with very high set llc goes to exactly what i set voltage manually... thinking.gif but its 9375 anyway its already hot smile.gif

just enable the higher voltage, you can go as high as 1.6V and still be fairly safe (provided you keep everything cool).
   
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post #8068 of 9900
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but if only llc set to high, the volt can not reach the desirable manual voltage for cpu, 1.48x with llc high only goes to 1.47x, but with very high set llc goes to exactly what i set voltage manually... thinking.gif but its 9375 anyway its already hot smile.gif

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Originally Posted by Paul17041993 View Post

just enable the higher voltage, you can go as high as 1.6V and still be fairly safe (provided you keep everything cool).

On my board, LLC set to Very High will raise Vcore slightly over the BIOS target setting when putting the CPU under stress. I'm fine with this because what you get is a tighter tolerance on the voltage input, that is to say, you reduce Vdroop or large voltage swings. Yes, the VRMs work harder in this case and cooling becomes more challenging.

(The 9xxx series chips are still Vishera).
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Afternoon Gents. I will be upgrading my Red Steel rig to a CROSSHAIR V FORMULA-Z just after the first of the month and popped in here to get an idea of what to expect. Will be joining the club as soon as everything is set up.
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Afternoon Gents. I will be upgrading my Red Steel rig to a CROSSHAIR V FORMULA-Z just after the first of the month and popped in here to get an idea of what to expect. Will be joining the club as soon as everything is set up.

You won't be sorry I loved the board
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