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post #4161 of 4163 (permalink) Old 07-26-2020, 07:05 AM
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Hey guys this is a wonderful guide, I am currently stable @ 4.6ghz core clock @ 1.35v on the FX9590 with the Asus Crosshair V Formula Z, im pretty satisfied, one thing I'm sad about all my power saving options are off in bios cause if enabled then freezing happens 🤔, is what it is I guess
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Turn off any spread spectrum options. Use voltage offset mode to preserve throttling and voltage throttling.

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Hey guys this is a wonderful guide, I am currently stable @ 4.6ghz core clock @ 1.35v on the FX9590 with the Asus Crosshair V Formula Z, im pretty satisfied, one thing I'm sad about all my power saving options are off in bios cause if enabled then freezing happens 🤔, is what it is I guess

As umeng2002 mentioned using "OffSet Voltage mode" allows power savings features if you're not aware.

Freezing is usually a sign of a lack of memory voltage and/or CPU/NB voltage.
How much (and what with) testing have you done? 1.35v seems low for a 9590. Mine has a VID of 1.475v which makes me wonder how stable you are at present.

I had good luck with my 9590/CHV-Z (5117MHz 24 hr P95 stable @ 1.488v) but I also could not run power saving features at this clock as I would loose stability.
I do have some old Bios snips if you're at all interested hit me up.

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