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Posted · Original PosterOP

Survived 5.5 straight hours worth of Aida64 CPU stability tests sitting at 4.4ghz. 

I believe she's stable boys. 

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That is a pretty good OC for that little 120mm aio, congrats.


Sky Pollution | i5 3570k @4.8Ghz | MSi z77a g45 | MSi GTX 770 Gaming 2gb | Samsung 840 Evo 250gb, Samsung OEM 500gb HDD | Corsair CX750m | Corsair 760t White Edition |
Corsair M95 | SuperLux 668b's | Logitech C615 | ViewSonic VX2250wm | Random OEM keyboard until I rage break it and grab another random OEM keyboard from my pile.
Build Log: http://linustechtips.com/main/topic/186413-sky-pollution-my-white-760t-build-rebuildupgrade/

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Posted · Original PosterOP

i5 6600k? 

I believe you can still push her a bit faster. :P

My 4690k is at 4.7GHz

As much as that sounds good, I'm just going to leave 'er be.


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My fucking pointless i7-6700K struggles with 4.6 ghz on 1.31 Volts with a GTX h110i water cooler

 

 

losing the silicone lottery x10


 

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CPU: i7-6700K 4.7GHz GPU: GTX 980 STRIX 1337MHz CPU Cooler: H110i GTX AIO |

 Motherboard: Asus Z170-AR | Case: NZXT H440 White PSU: CS750W |

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My poor 4670k gets to 4.2 :(


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CPU: i7-5820k @ 4.4GHz Motherboard: Asus X99 Strix  Graphics Card: Gigabyte 980Ti G1 Gaming Memory: Kingston HyperX Fury 24GB (3x 8GB) Hard Drive: 1TB WD Green SSD: Samsung 950 Pro 250GB CPU Cooling: Corsair H100i Power Supply: EVGA G2 850W Case: Corsair 400c Mouse: Logitech G502 Keyboard: Asus Strix (mx reds)  Monitor: BenQ XL2730Z 1440p@144hz OS: Windows 10 Professional 64-Bit Laptops: Lenovo Y50-70: i7-4720HQ - 16GB RAM - 256GB SSD - GTX 960m 4GB - MacBook Pro (Early 2016) 2,0GHz i5 - 8GB Ram - 256GB SSD Phone: iPhone 7+

 

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My 4790K gets 5.0GHz stable

Proof or bullshit.


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Why? CX Are actually decent quality despite what people say.

Definitely not the best for overclocking and replacement is recommended but it won't burn his house down or anything.


Project White Lightning (My ITX Gaming PC): Core i5-4690K | CRYORIG H5 Ultimate | ASUS Maximus VII Impact | HyperX Savage 2x8GB DDR3 | Samsung 850 EVO 250GB | WD Black 1TB | Sapphire RX 480 8GB NITRO+ OC | Phanteks Enthoo EVOLV ITX | Corsair AX760 | LG 29UM67 | CM Storm Quickfire Ultimate | Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum | HyperX Cloud II | Logitech Z333

Benchmark Results: 3DMark Firestrike: 10,528 | SteamVR VR Ready (avg. quality 7.1) | VRMark 7,004 (VR Ready)

 

Other systems I've built:

Core i3-6100 | CM Hyper 212 EVO | MSI H110M ECO | Corsair Vengeance LPX 1x8GB DDR4  | ADATA SP550 120GB | Seagate 500GB | EVGA ACX 2.0 GTX 1050 Ti | Fractal Design Core 1500 | Corsair CX450M

Core i5-4590 | Intel Stock Cooler | Gigabyte GA-H97N-WIFI | HyperX Savage 2x4GB DDR3 | Seagate 500GB | Intel Integrated HD Graphics | Fractal Design Arc Mini R2 | be quiet! Pure Power L8 350W

 

I am not a professional. I am not an expert. I am just a smartass. Don't try and blame me if you break something when acting upon my advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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surprised that psu survived

Been running my cx750m for I think 4 years now with my 3570k at ATLEAST 4.6, and most times during winter 4.8. Combined with having a Radeon 7950 that had the piss overclocked out of it, my gtx770 which I had BIOS modded to allow more voltage and now my EVGA 970 which overclocks up to 1500+ on the core. Oh and I run my system 24/7 and have been the entire 4 years of it's life.

 

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Sky Pollution | i5 3570k @4.8Ghz | MSi z77a g45 | MSi GTX 770 Gaming 2gb | Samsung 840 Evo 250gb, Samsung OEM 500gb HDD | Corsair CX750m | Corsair 760t White Edition |
Corsair M95 | SuperLux 668b's | Logitech C615 | ViewSonic VX2250wm | Random OEM keyboard until I rage break it and grab another random OEM keyboard from my pile.
Build Log: http://linustechtips.com/main/topic/186413-sky-pollution-my-white-760t-build-rebuildupgrade/

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Proof or bullshit.

Not currently set at it sorry. Would be too hot in the Australian summer. At stock speeds in the heat it sits at 30-35C with an AIO cooler.


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Posted · Original PosterOP

Why? CX Are actually decent quality despite what people say.

I'm not saying it's a great PSU but until it starts crashing (which it hasn't failed me once), I'm not bothering with a different one. 


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Been running my cx750m for I think 4 years now with my 3570k at ATLEAST 4.6, and most times during winter 4.8. Combined with having a Radeon 7950 that had the piss overclocked out of it, my gtx770 which I had BIOS modded to allow more voltage and now my EVGA 970 which overclocks up to 1500+ on the core. Oh and I run my system 24/7 and have been the entire 4 years of it's life.

 

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They are good for budget builds but wouldnt reccomend putting higher end parts in

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Been running my cx750m for I think 4 years now with my 3570k at ATLEAST 4.6, and most times during winter 4.8. Combined with having a Radeon 7950 that had the piss overclocked out of it, my gtx770 which I had BIOS modded to allow more voltage and now my EVGA 970 which overclocks up to 1500+ on the core. Oh and I run my system 24/7 and have been the entire 4 years of it's life.

 

Edit* @ThinkWithPortals

Just because your's worked well doesn't mean it's a good PSU. Like I said, it won't explode, but it's definitely not for higher end PCs.


Project White Lightning (My ITX Gaming PC): Core i5-4690K | CRYORIG H5 Ultimate | ASUS Maximus VII Impact | HyperX Savage 2x8GB DDR3 | Samsung 850 EVO 250GB | WD Black 1TB | Sapphire RX 480 8GB NITRO+ OC | Phanteks Enthoo EVOLV ITX | Corsair AX760 | LG 29UM67 | CM Storm Quickfire Ultimate | Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum | HyperX Cloud II | Logitech Z333

Benchmark Results: 3DMark Firestrike: 10,528 | SteamVR VR Ready (avg. quality 7.1) | VRMark 7,004 (VR Ready)

 

Other systems I've built:

Core i3-6100 | CM Hyper 212 EVO | MSI H110M ECO | Corsair Vengeance LPX 1x8GB DDR4  | ADATA SP550 120GB | Seagate 500GB | EVGA ACX 2.0 GTX 1050 Ti | Fractal Design Core 1500 | Corsair CX450M

Core i5-4590 | Intel Stock Cooler | Gigabyte GA-H97N-WIFI | HyperX Savage 2x4GB DDR3 | Seagate 500GB | Intel Integrated HD Graphics | Fractal Design Arc Mini R2 | be quiet! Pure Power L8 350W

 

I am not a professional. I am not an expert. I am just a smartass. Don't try and blame me if you break something when acting upon my advice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

...why are you still reading this?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Before anyone get frustrated and something bad happens can we move on from my PSU? As I said I know it's not great but it hasn't failed me yet and when it does I'll change then, but for the time being it works fine and I don't plan to change. 

Thx bby's. :) 


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They are good for budget builds but wouldnt reccomend putting higher end parts in

You're saying my parts aren't high end? Probably not now but were when they came out and are very similar to OP's build. I've put this psu through hell with running this system so overclocked and literally running it 24/7, no sleep mode or anything. Shit I even mined with this psu on my 7950 that had a ridiculous OC on it, over a month straight of mining litecoins and made enough to afford my gtx 770 lol and my cx750m is still going strong giving me zero problems.


Sky Pollution | i5 3570k @4.8Ghz | MSi z77a g45 | MSi GTX 770 Gaming 2gb | Samsung 840 Evo 250gb, Samsung OEM 500gb HDD | Corsair CX750m | Corsair 760t White Edition |
Corsair M95 | SuperLux 668b's | Logitech C615 | ViewSonic VX2250wm | Random OEM keyboard until I rage break it and grab another random OEM keyboard from my pile.
Build Log: http://linustechtips.com/main/topic/186413-sky-pollution-my-white-760t-build-rebuildupgrade/

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Just because your's worked well doesn't mean it's a good PSU. Like I said, it won't explode, but it's definitely not for higher end PCs.

As I noted in my above post, is my system not a high end one? Was when the parts were new. I'm waiting for you or pcman to actually provide a source or proof of your statement that the cx750m is bad. I'm not saying it is an amazing psu what I AM saying is that it works great for what it is and you can't just say a product is terrible with out backing your statement up.


Sky Pollution | i5 3570k @4.8Ghz | MSi z77a g45 | MSi GTX 770 Gaming 2gb | Samsung 840 Evo 250gb, Samsung OEM 500gb HDD | Corsair CX750m | Corsair 760t White Edition |
Corsair M95 | SuperLux 668b's | Logitech C615 | ViewSonic VX2250wm | Random OEM keyboard until I rage break it and grab another random OEM keyboard from my pile.
Build Log: http://linustechtips.com/main/topic/186413-sky-pollution-my-white-760t-build-rebuildupgrade/

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As I noted in my above post, is my system not a high end one? Was when the parts were new. I'm waiting for you or pcman to actually provide a source or proof of your statement that the cx750m is bad. I'm not saying it is an amazing psu what I AM saying is that it works great for what it is and you can't just say a product is terrible with out backing your statement up.

 

From what I read he never stated your build was high end or low end. All he said was CX power supplies are good for budget builds but not recommended for high end ones.

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From what I read he never stated your build was high end or low end. All he said was CX power supplies are good for budget builds but not recommended for high end ones.

I was trying to point out they kept saying it isn't for high end builds but here I am with a high end build and using the cx750m with no issues or complaints.


Sky Pollution | i5 3570k @4.8Ghz | MSi z77a g45 | MSi GTX 770 Gaming 2gb | Samsung 840 Evo 250gb, Samsung OEM 500gb HDD | Corsair CX750m | Corsair 760t White Edition |
Corsair M95 | SuperLux 668b's | Logitech C615 | ViewSonic VX2250wm | Random OEM keyboard until I rage break it and grab another random OEM keyboard from my pile.
Build Log: http://linustechtips.com/main/topic/186413-sky-pollution-my-white-760t-build-rebuildupgrade/

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Posted · Original PosterOP

SNIP

I have a second monitor set up it just wasn't on in the pic. 


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