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post #21 of 70 (permalink) Old 11-14-2013, 08:44 PM - Thread Starter
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I think the phenoms IIRC are generally kept under 72 while the fx generally under 62.

Errors or meltdown usually dont occur till 90ish but id never go that hot. My mobo wont shutdown if too hot which is why i use hwinfo64 to protect from overheat. I set my shutdown temp to 75 just in case fans fail
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post #22 of 70 (permalink) Old 11-14-2013, 09:03 PM
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Ahh OK,i ment vrms:,) my CPU is now phenom||2 [email protected],888ghz 55-57 ish so it lives however it seems like vcore-1 can get upto 77c while nb htt or what hits called is around 41c and if i put my fingers on the ceramic heatsink (77c)its really hot tongue.gif even tho cpu etc isnt:( something i can do?: p

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Jerry rig a fan in there somehow. There are a couple screw sizes that screw directly into the vrm heatsink gap you can get a like 80mm fan and screw it in with one screw. Or if you cant find a screw or dont want to damage your heatsink you can use zip ties or wires to jerry rig it in there. Many people have done this many different ways. Also if you have rear mobo access you can add a fan to the back of the vrm aswell.
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So 80mm is the right way to go Rhen?seems like i cant attach it from behind mobo but might be able on the sink:p blow in on it or away?smile.gif

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blow in on it is usually better. any fan will work that you can fit down there and attach tongue.gif. Usually helps quite a bit especially when theres not alot of air moving and your using water cooling on cpu. Im surprised your sabertooth is getting hot though. From what I hear the sabertooth can overclock further then the crosshair. Seen people get to 5+ghz with 8350 without any VRM problems.

I did a test on my cpu and have been running with 4 cores at 4.9ghz 1.56v. Started there dont know if i really needed that much volts but its p95 (for like 15 minutes wasn't trying to fully test) and ibt avx stable and runs my single core game better then it did before. Kinda interesting can push much further with 4 cores thats for sure. Will be going back to 8 cores now but it was fun for a moment basically using mine as the same as yours tongue.gif.
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Might be hot cause of my x chip (fx4300 rip) needed 1'55vcore(1,60) full load for it to be stable..also nb voltage around 1,3v and cpu/nb 2,65v etc so might be the cause..after i get my new fx8350(not power hungry i hope) i will try to get it to 5ghz+ tongue.gif then i will mix and tricks with clocks again biggrin.gif

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yeah im having a heck of a time getting a FSB overclock stable on my system. able to improve performance significantly but i keept hard freezing. Still trying to diagnose the instability. Driving me nuts though tongue.gif.
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I have seen a brand new 9590 for around 1500kr(280usd i think) for same prize as fx8350 would cost me in my country, will my sabertooth 990fx r02 and kraken x60 be able to handle it?

I mean 4,7ghz unclocked for the same money aint totally bad:D

However nervous about the heat:p

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Yeah your board and kraken should do fine. Your board would be my first choice for that processor. Cooling should be good enough for over 5ghz on the 9590
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Ahh glad to hear that:) IF seller just sell it to me i would get it around half prize:p hoping hoping:D

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