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Preordered 1800x, Asus Crossfire Hero, and G-SKILL Trident Z DDR4-3200 (CL 14).

Anyone know if Amazon will be shipping on March 2 or shipping it early enough so that it'll be delivered by March 2? And on a side note, I am assuming like Newegg, Amazon will ship first to those who got their orders in first? I'm hoping my pre-ordered motherboard and cpu comes before the weekend so that I can enjoy it during the weekend.
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Anyone get an early 1800x? What voltages are you seeing stock? I am hitting 1.5V when it boosts to 4Ghz. Verified with a meter. On hero board. This is a scary high voltage. But, thermals seem fine.
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Anyone get an early 1800x? What voltages are you seeing stock? I am hitting 1.5V when it boosts to 4Ghz. Verified with a meter. On hero board. This is a scary high voltage. But, thermals seem fine.


Wait. You have an 1800x in your system running at the moment?

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this is one sweeeeeeet stock cooler!
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Wait. You have an 1800x in your system running at the moment?

I have access to one. That is about all I can say right now.
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I have access to one. That is about all I can say right now.


Mmmmm. While from what i can recall from AMD chips 1.5 is about the highest voltage you would set it at for overclocking, but it wasn't considered dangerous.

I think 1.5 to AMD is like 1.35 or 1.4 to Intel. Whereas safety is concerned anyways.

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Mmmmm. While from what i can recall from AMD chips 1.5 is about the highest voltage you would set it at for overclocking, but it wasn't considered dangerous.

I think 1.5 to AMD is like 1.35 or 1.4 to Intel. Whereas safety is concerned anyways.

I know the voltage in the past was higher, but the node was far larger. Hense my concern.
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I know the voltage in the past was higher, but the node was far larger. Hense my concern.



Mmmmm the node was larger, yes. However GloFo is different than intels. I wish i could provide more insight into if it is normal, or not. The best i can point out is the 945 BE, and Bulldozer were 45nm, and 32nm respectively and i think they still both were safe at 1.5v.

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I can say this much based of the few tests done so far, wait for reviews. wink.gif
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