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    Quote Originally Posted by realneil View Post
    Here's an i5-4670K at stock 3.4GHz speed. (this H81 board will not OC worth a crap) It had already throttled down when I took the screenshot and that's why CPU-Z says I'm at 799.81MHz speed.
    It's good to see that FX-8350 clocked at 5.1 GHz too. How are temps at that speed?

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    Also have an old i7-2600K system running at 4303.62MHz. I have to replace this CPU and Motherboard with a Z97 board and i7-4790K that I have on the shelf. (no time yet) As you can see, the i5 beats this one on single core mode.

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    And last, here's a i5-4690K system that beats both of the others.

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    temps hit around 65c but i cannot get it stable at 5.1

    its stable at 4.9 with around 53c

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    Quote Originally Posted by fx63007850 View Post
    temps hit around 65c but i cannot get it stable at 5.1

    its stable at 4.9 with around 53c
    I can't get my 8350 to clock that high. (and be stable)
    Silicon Lottery I guess.

    I have a new FX-9590 and Mainboard on the way. (won them somewhere else) Maybe that one will clock better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by realneil View Post
    I can't get my 8350 to clock that high. (and be stable)
    Silicon Lottery I guess.

    I have a new FX-9590 and Mainboard on the way. (won them somewhere else) Maybe that one will clock better.
    send it my way, i see what i could do with it lol

    wish i could win something like that and what board is it coming with.

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    AMD FX-9590 Liquid Cooled Edition and a Gigabyte GA-990FXA-UD3 Motherboard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by realneil View Post
    AMD FX-9590 Liquid Cooled Edition and a Gigabyte GA-990FXA-UD3 Motherboard.
    not bad for free and put a fan over the vrms so they don't overheat

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    Nice score fellas. That 8350 at 5.1 at 65c is smoking hot. lol What cooling solution are you running? I won the lottery on my last 8350. I was able to hit 5.0 easy without cranking up the core voltage so load temps were still low. Sold it and the GB 990fx UD5 board. Kind of miss my AMD setup now. Guess Ill have to build another one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    Nice score fellas. That 8350 at 5.1 at 65c is smoking hot. lol What cooling solution are you running? I won the lottery on my last 8350. I was able to hit 5.0 easy without cranking up the core voltage so load temps were still low. Sold it and the GB 990fx UD5 board. Kind of miss my AMD setup now. Guess Ill have to build another one!

    Look forward to what you do with that cpu Neil.
    I'm thinking of using the AIO I won here on it.
    I think it's gonna need some good cooling on it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    Nice score fellas. That 8350 at 5.1 at 65c is smoking hot. lol What cooling solution are you running? I won the lottery on my last 8350. I was able to hit 5.0 easy without cranking up the core voltage so load temps were still low. Sold it and the GB 990fx UD5 board. Kind of miss my AMD setup now. Guess Ill have to build another one!

    Look forward to what you do with that cpu Neil.
    i seen people running theres hotter than mine for everyday use, im using a custom loop 360+240

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    Quote Originally Posted by fx63007850 View Post
    i seen people running theres hotter than mine for everyday use, im using a custom loop 360+240
    I noticed that your temps were low,.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by fx63007850 View Post
    i seen people running theres hotter than mine for everyday use, im using a custom loop 360+240

    That doesnt mean it is a good idea. 55 is ideal 60-62c has been accepted as the max temp for the FX series. 65 is hot 70 is just silly to run a FX chip at. It may work for now but you are killing that chip. Nice loop by the way. Surprised you hit 65 with that setup.

    Quote Originally Posted by realneil View Post
    I'm thinking of using the AIO I won here on it.
    I think it's gonna need some good cooling on it.
    You mean the one I have in my possession now? The one sitting on my bench waiting for me to box up and send to you? That one? .........................................I don't know what you are talking about. Never heard of this cooler you speak of?
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    for everyday use i just keep it at stock or 4.5 as i dont really need to push it more for games i play, at stock its 35 max, 4.5 its around 43c

    here a pic of it as changed it now

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    here's mine

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    You mean the one I have in my possession now? The one sitting on my bench waiting for me to box up and send to you? That one? .........................................I don't know what you are talking about. Never heard of this cooler you speak of?
    Smart Ass!

    Also, Nice score Tee.

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    Another but with more tests.
    Single core is not as bad as I thought it'd be.


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    i seen people running theres hotter than mine for everyday use, im using a custom loop 360+240
    Quote Originally Posted by tbob18 View Post
    Another but with more tests.
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