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

Perhaps you can clarify with this much. Is what you are seeing in-line with our expectations(What we've been seeing.), or is it different? Not i'm asking different, not better, or worse.


Is it, you should wait for reviews mad.gif

Or is it, you should wait for reviews biggrin.gif
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With FX the official voltage red line is 1.55 volts, but the operating principle is: If you can cool it you can clock it. Are cpu temperatures staying under 60C?

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With FX the official voltage red line is 1.55 volts, but the operating principle is: If you can cool it you can clock it. Are cpu temperatures staying under 60C?

Under 60, water.
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It's not my place to say but methinks that as long as the temps stay under 60C it should be ok. With FX the motherboards always overvolt so unless one gets a bad cpu one can run the same clocks with lower voltages stable after some tinkering.

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Under 60, water.

Below 60 on water for 1.5v on 16 threads? I'd feel like I have to see that to believe it based off my experience with my 5820k tongue.gif


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Below 60 on water for 1.5v on 16 threads? I'd feel like I have to see that to believe it based off my experience with my 5820k tongue.gif

You will have to wait for more details.
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Below 60 on water for 1.5v on 16 threads? I'd feel like I have to see that to believe it based off my experience with my 5820k tongue.gif


AMD CPU's are different than Intel. I see you've only been around since Bulldozer, and likely haven't owned an AMD CPU. So i will elaborate.

60C on AMD = 100C on Intel.
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You will have to wait for more details.
Oh I will . Would make my 5820k at 1.5v look like a space heater in comparison though biggrin.gif
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AMD CPU's are different than Intel. I see you've only been around since Bulldozer, and likely haven't owned an AMD CPU. So i will elaborate.

60C on AMD = 100C on Intel.
New to AMD cpu's, yes. If I had an amd cpu it was back when I knew 0 about pc hardware.

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Oh I will . Would make my 5820k at 1.5v look like a space heater in comparison though biggrin.gif
New to AMD cpu's, yes. If I had an amd cpu it was back when I knew 0 about pc hardware.

OT but in response to my time here, Ironically I found OCN back in 2011, joined in 2013, and didnt make my first post untill the Titan X Maxwell launch days. Former lurker I guess redface.gif


No problem smile.gif

The specs on AMD cpus put the TJ MAX, or whatever it is at 60C.
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