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That is correct. On my 8350 and Win7 it was an issue. I swear it was Win7 thing as I lost the ability to adjust/see Minimum processor state in Advanced Power Management. Even with a clean install. The 9590 and Win10 C&Q works normal at 5117MHz
Have you tried HWInfo64 yet? If nothing else use to compare against what you currently see.2200 rpm fan? https://www.coolerguys.com/products/gentletyphoon-120mm-silent-case-fan-series-d1225c12b-1450-1850-2150-and-4250-rpm the 2150 rpm is what I recommend. Hands down best performance/noise on a rad.Suggestions for your previous post with bios snipsPCIe to 100Manually enter Dram Voltage and all Dram specs (if you haven't already)Consider running Offset Voltage rather than...
For the basics start here http://www.overclock.net/t/1348623/amd-bulldozer-and-piledriver-overclocking-guide-asus-motherboardAdditional info on proper method to HTT (FSB) OC but it is for Phenom II so you'll need to ignore the info on both the HT and NB freqs (HT 2600, NB 2200 to 2400) makes it easy for FX. The rest still applies and is well worth the time to read.http://www.overclock.net/t/525113/phenom-ii-overclocking-guideTo help explain some of those new Bios settings...
CPU/NB voltage is for the IMC inside the CPU and is what you adjust when raising the NB freq.Running four dimms over just two usually requires additional CPU/NB voltage.OCing Ram can also require a little additional CPU/NB voltage.On Phenom II (Thuban especially) you'll see the biggest performance gains by raising the NB freq as high as possible. (2800-3000MHz+)It can/does have something to do with your OC, but I have no idea what you may have already tried to get your OC...
It's never just an easy "bolt on" deal to add active cooling but without it you're already temp limited by socket temps.Even a stock HS fan helps.By going under water you removed any direct airflow over the VRN/NB HS when removing the HS fan.To OC a 8350 you need this direct air flow back in place. It's a simple fact.My VRM/NB are WC'd and I run fans on both front, and back side of mobo. There's a pic in my rig gallery if you're interested.Higher temps create more draw...
Here's my My setup is similar (in a way) as it too has limited cool air entering the case. If you were to add active cooling to the VRM/Socket area you'd see a nice improvement in socket temps (can't tell what it is from your post) but it also helps prevent heatsoak which can/will affect core temps. This along with (if you haven't tried yet) switching the upper, front fan, back to intake (with fan directly on VRM/socket) the additional cool air should cycle right over...
I agree on this as a reason.Here is how my 1090T ran 28 hr Prime95 stable for something to gauge from (note the NB freq) [[SPOILER]] and before that here's a 4013MHz [[SPOILER]]
Your posts are a little short on information which makes it's hard to help you.Start here http://www.overclock.net/t/1348623/amd-bulldozer-and-piledriver-overclocking-guide-asus-motherboardHere's another good read which helps those trying to help you http://www.overclock.net/t/1258253/how-to-put-your-rig-in-your-sigWithout knowing what you're system contains it's almost impossible to offer any assistance.DL HWinfo64 and post a snip showing perhaps 10 runs of IBT AVX...
Yes, it's new game with HTT OCing lol. As you raise the ref clock you will need to also down clock the other areas as you go. Here is an old guide for Phenom II BCLK OCing. http://www.overclock.net/t/525113/phenom-ii-overclocking-guide Ignore raising the NB freq above the HT freq as this won't apply the same way to the FX but most of the rest will still apply. The guide still contains a ton of info on how to OC using the proper method to achieve stability without going...
Sounds like the Gigabyte multiplier issue to me. (can't exceed a given multiplier, 22 I think) I don't claim to know if it affects this mobo or not but I've read many posts with Gigabyte and flaky Bios issues. Premature VRM throttling due to improper written Bios is another one to keep an eye out for.As far as the HTT (FSB) simply depends on the chip/system, each one is different (same ole story). Some react/OC better with BCLK while the next one might not. Only way to...
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