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post #3821 of 4111 Old 06-04-2016, 09:26 AM
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hwinfo 64 > hwmonitor every day of the week.

much less bugs on this platform, and a developer that hangs out here on occasion to take care of dedicated bugs
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is downloading an application during a test and installing ok to do?

It's best to let Prime95 (by design) run uninterrupted and all by itself. Do the DLing and install afterward.

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Uh


I would says to everyone with those ASUS MOBO


To get an infrared thermometer and check those vrm on the back...


My m5a99fx pro reacher 117celsius with an infrared thermometer with less than 1.5v and a fx 6300 on prime 95


My Giga ud3p 970a Is ways better... Im pushing 1.55volt on a fx 8300 with just a fan at minimum speed on the vrm and im not reaching over 90c on small ftt. (( everything is heatsinked ))


The asus got a ways better bios... The giga is kinda 10 years behind

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New Here, but have been reading, and following all the posts regarding OCing the 8320. I know MY mobo isn't exactly the best for it, I've gone up to 4.5 ghz on mine, but I freeze up during p95 tests, and occt I just get rounding errors. I've never even been able to get through the test to see my max heat. I've read through all the post, and tried all the things everyone has advised. At this point, I'm just totally confused. All the info to my set up is in my sig, if that's a help, anything else I can take shots of.

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Hi!

This is still a good guide so please do study it well. About your specs. Cooling? Stock cooling? Air? CLC? Custom water loop?

For testing and monitoring most use IBT AVX found here. http://www.overclock.net/attachments/13202

It is fast and easy to use.

For monitoring the most reliable program is HWINFO64. It is free.

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Oh, right. I'm on all air, got a big Gammaxx400 sitting ontop of my cpu with pushpull fans attached to it, The error I always get is "rounding is 5 expected less than 4. I'm pretty sure it's something to do with my voltages, I seem to get some serious droops, I've got cpu set to like 1.4, but it only dances around that voltage for a minute, or so...then just as I start my p95 test, it drops to 1.392, or a bit less. I know mu mobo sucks for OC, but I figured since it's not the LE version I could get some juice outta it, I do plan on building a new rig, but I want to do all my trial and error work on this pc, so if I really mess anything up, it's not as bad as a brand new system. Hwinfo shots are enclosed. I've also got a fan blowing inside the case directly on the vrm to keep the temps somewhat undercontrol.After some rather intense searching on this forum, I've pretty much found my answer, as I'\m fully stable on every stress test at 4.3ghz and my temps never hit 60cspu or 60c on socket, I'll just stick to that until I build the new pc. this is the post I'm referencing:http://www.overclock.net/t/1579793/amd-fx-8350-vcore-without-llc-question-m5a97-r2-0-mobo Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Hi, sorry to bring up an old thread. But i just got my FX8350 for cheap to replace my 965BE. The problem is i cannot OC it at all, with 965 i can get 3.9GHz @1.4v stable on air. my system :

- FX8350
- ASROCK 890GX Extreme4 R2.0 BIOS 1.50A
- Gskill 16GB DDR3 1600Mhz
- Coolermaster Hyper 212+
- Thermaltake 700w PSU

First i disabled Cool&Quiet, SVM, C6, Turbo etc. then tested 200x22 stock voltage, won't boot at all, so i increased the voltage to 1.45 ~ 1.48, still not helping. Adjusted NB 1.25v still the same. Then i tried 220 FSB x 20, 1.48, NB/HT 24xx something, won't boot also. After some frustrating attempts, i tried cpu oc mode to only 5%, and it also won't boot. dr debug shown number 46 with all manual oc. So what's wrong? is my motherboard don't support 8350 oc?
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Hi, sorry to bring up an old thread. But i just got my FX8350 for cheap to replace my 965BE. The problem is i cannot OC it at all, with 965 i can get 3.9GHz @1.4v stable on air. my system :

- FX8350
- ASROCK 890GX Extreme4 R2.0 BIOS 1.50A
- Gskill 16GB DDR3 1600Mhz
- Coolermaster Hyper 212+
- Thermaltake 700w PSU

First i disabled Cool&Quiet, SVM, C6, Turbo etc. then tested 200x22 stock voltage, won't boot at all, so i increased the voltage to 1.45 ~ 1.48, still not helping. Adjusted NB 1.25v still the same. Then i tried 220 FSB x 20, 1.48, NB/HT 24xx something, won't boot also. After some frustrating attempts, i tried cpu oc mode to only 5%, and it also won't boot. dr debug shown number 46 with all manual oc. So what's wrong? is my motherboard don't support 8350 oc?

Assrock say its supported but its on a old chipset....AMD says the only cpu comaptability are AMD Athlon™, AMD Athlon™ II, AMD Phenom™, AMD Phenom™ II
id buy a new board

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Yah,id say the same thing. That board is wicked old. I'm pretty sure you'll need either a 970 board,and if you plan to do any type of oc with your chip 990 board is a must.let us know how you do once you get the new board. And good luck!

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