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    No issues at stock at all.
    To help us help you - please provide as much information about your system and the problem as possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Praz View Post
    The Sabertooth has an 8 pin +12V connector and the C5F has both an 8 pin and 4 pin +12V connector. All available +12V connectors need to be used.
    I am on a Sabertooth, so that explains the confusion. So is there any disadvantage to the sabertooth's two 4 pins vs the CH's 8 + 4 ?

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    Regardless of the amount of pins, your CPU will use the same juice... what matters here is that how many leads are providing that... - more leads/pins means lower stress for each of them...

    So, the theoretical disadvantage of the Sabertooth over the CHVF is that has less pins for the CPU power, which ultimately will lead to a lower CPU overclockability because you will hit a wall in the max safe voltages...

    Based on what I've read about these FX-9590/9370 CPUs, I would definitely go with the CHVF and connect both the 4- and 8-pin connectors... or just go with an FX-8150/8350 at a lower clock...

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    A question regarding having the 4 pin for the cpu as well as the 8 pin. the CFZ has 2 which one ?

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    The #2 is for the PCIe lanes... for the CPU you need #1...

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    Quote Originally Posted by HiVizMan View Post
    No issues at stock at all.
    Sweet! Thx!

    BR

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zka17 View Post
    The #2 is for the PCIe lanes... for the CPU you need #1...
    Cheers Thanks.

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    Any one used the fx-9370 on the Sabertooth 990FX R2.0? If so what are the temps on the vrm?
    What about power consumption? I know about idle and load consumption (idle approx 75watt - load approx 321watt) but how about doing generaly things like watching a video, browsing, just average usage what is then the power consumption any one knows?

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    A few screenshots and results with the FX 9370 & CHVF-Z

    All Air cooled setup. Pic attached,








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