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post #21 of 61 (permalink) Old 10-22-2019, 05:19 AM - Thread Starter
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Quote: Originally Posted by Snaky115 View Post
Well then, that happened while editing last post of mine... ... now i am stumped properly, i never managed to get my FX-9590 to completely switch off like that, only my 4930k does a switch-off if i set current limit to 130% at stock clocks. (admittedly, both of these have noticeably different stock current limits <_<) You used to pass CPU tests just fine earlier and the delid looks flawless. HMM.
Edit NVM that was just the system going to sleep. I forgot to turn off C6 sleep mode. *facepalm*

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1 hour real bench at stock so far all good

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Make sure that HyperTransport speeds are on stock.
Touching this screams instability.
The next thing is CPU-NB, make sure you are using stock clocks there as well.
If you want to OC the CPU-NB, make sure you use at least 1.4V for it.

Test the GPU with something like FurMark.

Test the RAM with Memtest86, just so you know its not something by bad oc on the CPU-NB.

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Make sure that HyperTransport speeds are on stock.
Touching this screams instability.
The next thing is CPU-NB, make sure you are using stock clocks there as well.
If you want to OC the CPU-NB, make sure you use at least 1.4V for it.

Test the GPU with something like FurMark.

Test the RAM with Memtest86, just so you know its not something by bad oc on the CPU-NB.
1.4V is very high for CPU-NB. I have never had to ever resort to that much CPU-NB voltage for stability.
I have previously had 3000HTT stable without issue. Used to use high clocks for multi gpu bandwidth.

CPU/NB I also had perfectly stable at 2700MHz at 1.38125V.

I also passed at 5050MHz core at 1.525V / 2660MHz cpu NB at 1.3875 and 2660 HTT over the weekend. So I think my stock stress test issues was just a power save issue.

As for 3d mark. Well. That crashes at stock. I know system info used to cause crashes for Vega users so I wonder if its that

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4.5GHz at 1.32V passed real bench for about 3 hours. So thats good!

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Can the cpu seated in the socket badly do this by any chance?

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I removed my cpu to try see what's going on. It *looks* like the mount was good? But I can't really tell withLM like I could with TIM. But the Temps were fine so my guess is we had a good mount. I see there was a bit of pooling. But I did put nail polish over the caps and transistors and foam on the pcb to prevent any leaking onto the board.
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Very nice job on that de-lid!!

Cool the VRM package area if you aren't already. Then slap a fan at the back of the board where the cpu socket resides. That should help bring that socket temp down.

For anything much faster, 2 things play a role. Temps and luck of the draw.

So to get faster than you are, you'll find 1.5250v to be the Boost P-state voltage of the FX-9590 which would be the absolute minimum to run that FX processor on all cores. So you're right on the money so far in this aspect.

Yes, always turn off the power savings.
One sign of degradation is issues at stock where it requires more voltage than the p-state suggests to run that frequency. It happens when processor wear and start leaking a tad more than when new. Generally a result of high OCs and temps through time. No biggie, I've seen it a lot.

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To comment on Cpu/NB, the 1.4v isn't really too high, but you'd only push more for that memory stability.

The Hyper transport will likely easily do well over 3ghz. I've had mine over 4ghz.... yes on a much better board and different cpu, but make no mistake, your HT clock is low just over stock 2666.

The voltage for NB is chipset or NB core voltage. The CPU/NB voltage is IMC. The HT voltage, 1.30v is a good starting point for OC. Be sure to OC this on a known stable CPU frequency.

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back to the de-lid. While I'm thinking on it, the cooler mounting must be flush and tight. If it's not, you may get shut downs from core spikes. If you go too tight, you may experience no posts. This means the motherboard is bending too much and the pins aren't all making good contact. There is a fine spot between too tight and not tight enough.

But yea man, nice job. It's good to see other people de-lidding soldered processors. I was pretty lonely for the last 8-10 years lol. Funny 8auer is so praised for de-lidding.... naturally after killing a few in the process to become successful. But the waterblock mounting technique is very important. A lot of attention needs to applied here. Can't just slap the cooler on and expect some awesome temp drop.....

SO, what I want you to do, hopefully you can do...., is post bios and monitor temps. watch the cpu temp. gently go around your mounting screws and tighten each just a smidge. keep close eye on temps. If the post you tighten raises temps, back it off and tighten the one kiddy corner. You may have to spend a little time getting the clamping force even and tight enough for a satisfied temp without heat spike issues, remember the software pulls much later than the cpu actually hits the temp generally some 1000ms behind. So you'll spike that core and never even know it.

But so far so good Alastair!!

And sorry late to the party bud, I don't frequent this forum.



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Here's how mines mounted. 4 long screws and 4 nuts. I tighten the nuts at the bracket 8mm. This is how I have mine mounted, pic just for your reference.
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Here's how mines mounted. 4 long screws and 4 nuts. I tighten the nuts at the bracket 8mm. This is how I have mine mounted, pic just for your reference.
I managed to reuse the stock backplate. My screws for my water block are long enough and have enough adjustment in them to get a good mount. As for all the OC advice you gave before. I am quite good at OCíng these chips. This particular sample I have had at [email protected] 1.48V and 5GHz at 1.5 for quite some time actually. my biggest issue was the instant black screen at a 3D load. I wondered if it sitting badly in the socket might cause something like that. As you can see. I pulled her out I cleaned her up as best I could After only a week the liquid metal had already welded itself to my block. Oh well I knew the risks.



So I took her out. Doused the socket in 91% isopropyl (strongest I can find in a pharmacy in south africa) and cleaned the socket cpu pins with a toothbrush. Cleaned and removed the old LM from the die and cleaned up and polished the block as best I could. I also applied another layer of nail polish to the SMDs and whatnot around the die. Stuck her back in. And I did not tighten the screws all the way down this time. I have left some in it. So I can add more tightness if needs be.



Right now I am posting this from ghost at stock clocks. no testing yet. we are sitting at 8C package (obviously not accurate considering the ambients) and 28C socket.

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Kingston Hyper X Cloud Core
CPU
AMD Athlon 860K
Motherboard
Asus A88X-Pro
GPU
MSI R6850 Cyclone Power Edition
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MSI R6850 Cyclone Power Edition
RAM
G-Skill Ares 2133 CL10 8GB (2x4GB)
Hard Drive
Seagate ST1000VX003
Optical Drive
Samsung HD502HI
Power Supply
Seagate M12II 620W
Cooling
Arctic Cooling Freezer A30
Case
Corsair Carbide SPEC-02
Operating System
Windows 10 Home Edition 64bit
Keyboard
Razer Lycrosa
CPU
Intel Celeron G1840
Motherboard
MSI Z97-Guard Pro
GPU
Gigabyte RX580 Gaming 4G
GPU
Gigabyte RX570 Gaming 4G
GPU
XFX RX480 reference edition 8G
GPU
Gigabyte RX570 Gaming 4g
GPU
Gigabyte RX570 Gaming 4G
RAM
G-Skill Ares F3-1600C9D
Hard Drive
Samsung 750 Evo 120GB
Power Supply
Gigabyte XP1200M
Cooling
Stock
Operating System
Windows 10 Pro
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