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What's the stock HT Link for FX-8320? My motherboard started at 2600, but then dropped down to 2200 to match NB. M5A99X Evo R2.0 mobo btw.

Pretty sure it's 2200 for NB and 2400 for HT.

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the mobo is really durable. It rained one night and I had the window open, and it rained on my computer. 1/2 the top is exposed for bigger rad, and im sure rain got into the case, but nothin bad happened. Asus is very durable mobo.

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What's the stock HT Link for FX-8320? My motherboard started at 2600, but then dropped down to 2200 to match NB. M5A99X Evo R2.0 mobo btw.
According to CPU-world it's 2600. Same as the 8350.http://www.cpu-world.com/CPUs/Bulldozer/AMD-FX-Series%20FX-8320.html NB defaults to 2200 but can run higher.
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According to CPU-world it's 2600. Same as the 8350.http://www.cpu-world.com/CPUs/Bulldozer/AMD-FX-Series%20FX-8320.html NB defaults to 2200 but can run higher.

Mine defaulted to 2200/2200, older board though i guess tongue.gif

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From Page 1 tongue.gif

- 70C is the maximum recommended temp for the CPU Core temp reading.
- 1.55v is the maximum recommended voltage.
- Stock HyperTransport speed is 2600Mhz.
- Stock NorthBridge speed is 2200Mhz.

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I have noticed it depends a lot on which board is used and even which ram is in can cause it to change. When I have the G>Skill 2400 in my CHV-z it changes form 2600/2200 to 2200/2400 NB. But the CPU itself has a default of 2600.
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I have noticed it depends a lot on which board is used and even which ram is in can cause it to change. When I have the G>Skill 2400 in my CHV-z it changes form 2600/2200 to 2200/2400 NB. But the CPU itself has a default of 2600.

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This ^

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From Page 1 tongue.gif

- 70C is the maximum recommended temp for the CPU Core temp reading.
- 1.55v is the maximum recommended voltage.
- Stock HyperTransport speed is 2600Mhz.
- Stock NorthBridge speed is 2200Mhz.

why not this?

iz it cause im black?

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why not this?

iz it cause im black?

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Nothing to do with that. It just seems to vary depending on Board/bios and memory. The CHV-z doesn't support a NB speed lower than 2400 if the 2400 memory is used. Why it dropped the HT down to 2200 is beyond me but that's what it did.
But I did say that the CPUs default HT is 2600
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This ^

This?

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From Page 1 tongue.gif

- 70C is the maximum recommended temp for the CPU Core temp reading.
- 1.55v is the maximum recommended voltage.
- Stock HyperTransport speed is 2600Mhz.
- Stock NorthBridge speed is 2200Mhz.

why not this?

iz it cause im black?

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smile.gif THIS^ and THAT^ .

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