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  • Here is a review of AMD FX-8370E by Tom's Hardware

    http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/amd-fx-8370e-cpu,3929.html

    Unique to this review are:
    - temperature measurement using thermal imaging
    - measuring CPU power draw via the mainboard's power connector
    - power measurements across different CPU frequencies
    - gaming benchmark using a mid-range GPU
  • mga sir posible ba na mangyari sa isang unit ang biglaang mag shut down dahil mababa ang wattage ng kanyang power supply at pati na rin sa paggamit kapag loaded ang system ?

    ito kasi yung spec nung nagpapayos sa akin ng kanyang PC

    phenom II X6 1055t
    gigabyte 970Ads3p
    g skill 8 GB
    seasonic 520 w bronze
    sapphire 7770 twin frozer
    seagate 1 tera and 500 gb

    bali kasi nag upgrade sya ng 2 pcs na 1 tera na hdd pati na rin casing na bitfenix shinobi last week tapos lahat ng slot ng fan nilagyan nya so bali 7 pcs 120mm na fan ang nakalagay sa case pati na rin yung cpu cooler kasama

    ito kasi ang nakukuha nyang problema sa system nya biglang nag shushutdown while playing pati na rin surfing at watching movies

    yung time na nag oobserba ako hinala ko talaga ay yung power supply. so pinaltan ko ng 850watts na true rated power supply after 30 mins loaded yung system nya hindi na sya nag shushutdown

    at tsaka nung ginamit ko yung powersupply nya na seasonic 520watts sa ibang unit ko na isahang HDD lang ang naka install walang namang problema na biglaang shutdwon

    so ang tanong ko is hindi kaya ng 520w yung system nya na maraming nakasalpak na HDD at FANS isama ko pa yung kanyang GPU na sapphire 7770 twin frozer kasi ang required na watts ay 450w

    paki explain lang sa mga pro pagdating dito sa prob na ito. seriously ngayon lang din ako naka encounter ng ganitong problema

    sinabi ko sa may owner sir palit kayo ng mataas na wattage na power supply kaya siguro nag shutdwon yung sytem nyo kasi mababa yung wattage na gamit nyong power supply

    -- edited by Espiya01 on Sep 24 2014, 01:05 AM
  • mga sir posible ba na mangyari sa isang unit ang biglaang mag shut down dahil mababa ang wattage ng kanyang power supply at pati na rin sa paggamit kapag loaded ang system ?

    ito kasi yung spec nung nagpapayos sa akin ng kanyang PC

    phenom II X6 1055t
    gigabyte 970Ads3p
    g skill 8 GB
    seasonic 520 w bronze
    sapphire 7770 twin frozer
    seagate 1 tera and 500 gb

    bali kasi nag upgrade sya ng 2 pcs na 1 tera na hdd pati na rin casing na bitfenix shinobi last week tapos lahat ng slot ng fan nilagyan nya so bali 7 pcs 120mm na fan ang nakalagay sa case pati na rin yung cpu cooler kasama

    ito kasi ang nakukuha nyang problema sa system nya biglang nag shushutdown while playing pati na rin surfing at watching movies

    yung time na nag oobserba ako hinala ko talaga ay yung power supply. so pinaltan ko ng 850watts na true rated power supply after 30 mins loaded yung system nya hindi na sya nag shushutdown

    at tsaka nung ginamit ko yung powersupply nya na seasonic 520watts sa ibang unit ko na isahang HDD lang ang naka install walang namang problema na biglaang shutdwon

    so ang tanong ko is hindi kaya ng 520w yung system nya na maraming nakasalpak na HDD at FANS isama ko pa yung kanyang GPU na sapphire 7770 twin frozer kasi ang required na watts ay 450w

    paki explain lang sa mga pro pagdating dito sa prob na ito. seriously ngayon lang din ako naka encounter ng ganitong problema

    sinabi ko sa may owner sir palit kayo ng mataas na wattage na power supply kaya siguro nag shutdwon yung sytem nyo kasi mababa yung wattage na gamit nyong power supply


    At most, nasa 250 watts ang power draw nyan while gaming

    Maliit lang ang power draw ng fan at ng HDD

    Di ako agree na ang solution ay get a PSU with higher capacity

    Check mo, baka may problem na ang PSU nya. Get another ~500-watt PSU then test it on his PC


    Comment ko lang dun sa case fans: it's overkill.

    More case fans does not always mean better cooling <click here for link>
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    yey excited na ko bukas na to
  • Upcoming Build!

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    Processor: AMD Vishera FX-8320
    Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-990FXA-UD3 rev.4
    Memory: Crucial Ballistix Tactical Tracer 4GBx2 1866mhz CL9
    Graphics Card: Sapphire R9-270X Dual-X OC with Boost
    PSU: Seasonic X-560 80+ Gold Modular
    Cooler: Cooler Master Seidon 120V with CM Sickleflow Fan
    HDD: 2TB Seagate Barracuda
    Case: NZXT Source 210 Window
    Fans: Corsair AF120 White LED
    ODD: Lite-ON DVD wirter

    tapos na ko sa APU! haha
  • ^
    same tayo mobo and procie and GPU nadin HD7870 nga lang saken
  • ^nice! Hehe

    talaga bang mainit tong procie na to sir? Idle ko nasa high 30s to low 40s..khit naka 120v..minsan nga nasa almost 50 pa..
  • ^i cant tell bout the idle bcoz vishera idle temps are inaccurate, pero mine my idle drops to 9.8c load while gaming mga 48c. Btw a/c ang room. Pg hindi and when the heat is at peak, mga idle 20c, load 53c. Try to reseat your cooler, dapat mas malamig ka kasi naka close loop ka while aircooled lang ako.
  • ^ ok na.. Haha, reseat ng block.. Cleaned contacts and reapplied thermal grease.. Palpak ata unang lagay ko..

    Now at 21-23deg idle in a non aircon room..not bad na..
  • @ murkee16

    Processor: AMD Vishera FX-8320
    Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-990FXA-UD3 rev.4
    Memory: Crucial Ballistix Tactical Tracer 4GBx2 1866mhz CL9
    Graphics Card: Sapphire R9-270X Dual-X OC with Boost
    PSU: Seasonic X-560 80+ Gold Modular
    Cooler: Cooler Master Seidon 120V with CM Sickleflow Fan
    HDD: 2TB Seagate Barracuda
    Case: NZXT Source 210 Window
    Fans: Corsair AF120 White LED
    ODD: Lite-ON DVD wirter


    talaga bang mainit tong procie na to sir? Idle ko nasa high 30s to low 40s..khit naka 120v..minsan nga nasa almost 50 pa..


    Tom's Hardware used thermal imaging to measure the temperature <click here for link>

    AMD FX-8370E At 4.0 GHz using 1.2125 Vcore
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    AMD FX-8370E at 4.5 GHz using 1.3150 Vcore
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