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    Shut my ringer off blew off about 12 phone calls.

    Amazing what I can do when I force people to leave me alone...........

    Closing in on the 7:3x range fast......

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    Wow

    How much v-dimm?


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    More than 1.35v
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    Quote Originally Posted by chew* View Post
    Shut my ringer off blew off about 12 phone calls.

    Amazing what I can do when I force people to leave me alone...........

    Closing in on the 7:3x range fast......

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    Did you need to do anything tricky to get the board to boot at 145MHz refclk? Are there any specific voltages that need to be massaged? Just looking for some guidance to manage a high refclk. Cheers.

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    Stay with 120 for 24/7. Video on page 1 shows settings for that with 32g ram.

    Benching well...ymmv and yrmv.

    Never shared bench settings in the past nor am I about to start doing so.

    Its competition...lets keep it that way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chew* View Post
    Stay with 120 for 24/7. Video on page 1 shows settings for that with 32g ram.

    Benching well...ymmv and yrmv.

    Never shared bench settings in the past nor am I about to start doing so.

    Its competition...lets keep it that way.
    Yeah, OK thanks for your general help as is evidenced by this thread, it is appreciated. My specific question, well, yes alrighty then. PS I'm not an extreme overclocker so it's not like I'll be challenging any of the extreme guys at all, ever...

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    Quote Originally Posted by cbjaust View Post
    Yeah, OK thanks for your general help as is evidenced by this thread, it is appreciated. My specific question, well, yes alrighty then. PS I'm not an extreme overclocker so it's not like I'll be challenging any of the extreme guys at all, ever...
    Yah thats not the issue. Thread has 55k views.

    So i tell you i told all. Im more than happy and willing to share anything i find for 24/7 users however.

    1 of those being 118-120 is the sweet spot for 24/7 real stability if you plan on using refclock at the cost of a very very small hit in frames per second in games and or a hit in m2 hd performance.

    145 and higher is barely stable and tricky at least on the bios i prefer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chew* View Post
    More than 1.35v
    And How much?
    And on Air? :p


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    Cpu -40 cold ram on air.
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    Updated a lot of info....Bought more motherboards to test...

    http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...=1#post5254425
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    Thx for the info chew*, and for you`r videos.

    I am too old"lazy" to do alpha testing, so I am waiting.

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    Been out of the loop for quite a while....that said no clue whats decent on the psu front.

    Thinking about grabbing a new power supply. The 90s called and wants the OCZ pc power and cooling back...

    Anyway seen thermaltake has a 1200 watt platinum certified. I still have a 1200 watt TT that was cwt internals..other than fan clicking...no problems ever with it.

    Evga has a 1k watt platinum although im kind of a 1200+ or bust guy.

    Corsair has the ax1200i but i have heard spotty reports about there (i) models.

    Maybe i should just go all out and get the evga 1600 watt unit?
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    Quote Originally Posted by chew* View Post
    Been out of the loop for quite a while....that said no clue whats decent on the psu front.

    Thinking about grabbing a new power supply. The 90s called and wants the OCZ pc power and cooling back...

    Anyway seen thermaltake has a 1200 watt platinum certified. I still have a 1200 watt TT that was cwt internals..other than fan clicking...no problems ever with it.

    Evga has a 1k watt platinum although im kind of a 1200+ or bust guy.

    Corsair has the ax1200i but i have heard spotty reports about there (i) models.

    Maybe i should just go all out and get the evga 1600 watt unit?
    Or maybe a new psu won't make a bit of difference
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    Sure it will. Have you heard a turbocool 1200w running all day long...my ears...lol
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    Seasonic Prime Titaniums, Chew. The 1kw unit is probably the best psu out there.
    Problems with your OCZ product? Feel free to PM or email me here

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    Corsair is all I've used for several years now. Not one has failed. clean, strong and Single 12v Rail.
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    Single rail is absolutely the only choice. I have 2 multi rails already I can fall back on.

    This is just a replacement single rail PSU I would like to grab for noise and sanity reasons.

    My turbo cool works fine except it's name describes it perfectly....Turbo cooling = loud

    Hopefully I can find some decent reviews from real reviewers on PSU's still and not some I got for free it looks pretty it has RGB 10/10 review sites....
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    R5 1600x over clocking.
    https://youtu.be/WL7Qy9G22MI

    R5 1600 over clocking.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chew* View Post
    Single rail is absolutely the only choice. I have 2 multi rails already I can fall back on.

    This is just a replacement single rail PSU I would like to grab for noise and sanity reasons.

    My turbo cool works fine except it's name describes it perfectly....Turbo cooling = loud

    Hopefully I can find some decent reviews from real reviewers on PSU's still and not some I got for free it looks pretty it has RGB 10/10 review sites....
    http://www.jonnyguru.com/ is still smashing out comprehensive power supply reviews...

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    Quote Originally Posted by cbjaust View Post
    http://www.jonnyguru.com/ is still smashing out comprehensive power supply reviews...
    thanks. Always liked reading his stuff.
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    evga psu's are single rail and pretty silent some have the option to disable fan to certain temp point. the 1300w and 1600T2 are solid
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    They sort out the "soldering" and ripple in the retail release variants?

    Noticed seasonics using thin wire.

    Corsair has quite a few refurb ax1200i models @ various retailers.

    I hate shopping for psu's...

    I am to picky.
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    I have pretty much switched 100% to EVGA for PSUs. I have a 1300W G2 and 750W P2 plugging away. My only "bad" PSU ever was my recent acquisition of a Seasonic X-1250 which had to be RMAd. The RMA unit is . . . kind of flaky. I'm hesitant to use it on anything serious or sell it to anyone else either, so it runs 3 290s and a 270 in a mining rig, all underclocked since the system locks up really easy at higher GPU clocks. The only thing I can implicate is the PSU.

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    Sandybridge vs Ryzen 5 Round 1 multitasking

    https://youtu.be/YRIRaJXyBS4

    My thoughts and final conclusion concerning B350 boards in general.

    https://youtu.be/ZAm-2NX_3mU
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    MSI has now 2 B350 boards with 8+2 PWM (probably some less stellar (2x4)+2), similar to their X370 counterparts. One is the B350 KRAIT GAMING, which is quite cheap with 4 internal SATA ports, and the B350 PRO CARBON with 6 internal SATA ports that sits a bit too close to their entry X370 pricewise. I guess these are finally decent for a budget 1600 build under air OC/stress testing.
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