Well, I sent in my original cpu, the AMD FX 9590 for an RMA. I just replace the cpu in my system and as soon as it reaches 50 degrees C, the system freezes up. Did I get another bad CPU?
If you have had two processors do the exact same thing, then something else is causing the problem.
But without more info on your system no one will be able to figure out what it is...
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I am now using the 8300 AMD CPU and it never crashes or gets too hot. I even have it running at turbo speed. I have a good water cooler in my system, and I run Windows 10 insider build 15025 64 bit. My HD is an SSD 1TB from Samsung. I have 32GB of RAM and an nVidia 760 with latest drivers. My motherboard is an Asus Crossfire V.
So, lets try to sort this out...
Is the FX8300 the original processor you had in the system before you changed it to the FX9590?
If so, did you update the BIOS and clear the CMOS when you upgraded the processor?
The FX9590 needs the 1403 BIOS. Also, use the stock setting in BIOS with the FX9590 processor, do not try to overclock it.
The FX8300 is a 95w processor and the FX9590 is a 220w processor, are you using a power supply of at least 750w?
What brand and model is the power supply?
What is the brand and model of the "Good" cooler you are using? Is it rated to be used on a 220w processor?
What case are you using, how many cooling fans?
No. The original cpu was the FX 9590. I replaced it with the FX 8300. Then when I received the replacement CPU from AMD, I installed and even put in no thermal grease after cleaning the Water Cooler head. Before I was able to get up to 55 degrees C before it froze up, now only 50 degrees C. I reinstalled the FX 8300 and I even have it overclocked to turbo, and the highest temp it gets to now even under stress is only 36 degrees C. I sent back the 9590 cpu and I am not sure if I am going to try and replace the 8300 cpu, but I might wait until I buy a new motherboard, case, water cooler, and power supply to test it with. Thanks for your response.
You are using a Hard Driver aren't you? OK this processor is faster than anything in the known world.At 5.1GHz you cannot by any means use a 7200RPM Harddrive.You need to be using an SSD.If you use an hard drive you will start to experience intense heat coming from your harddrive an temperature increases due to data draw.The processor you have is meant for Enthusiast.Not High end users.High end is beneath this processor.
I am using an SSD drive. And this would have no bearing on the CPU heating up. I have been working with computers since 1983.
I am checking something right now.Apparently i need to reply to all my post.My system just started doing something odd.The system would slow down an lock.I uninstalled the driver an changed my systems performance speed an it seem to have fixed my problem.But for you.If you are RMAing the card.I guess you should do that.Maybe something happened.Sorry about your card.
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