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Welcome to OCN!I've been keeping an eye on this issue and I'd be willing to try to help with hope of drawing in others to assist as well.I suggest you add your rig sig when you get a chance as it will help those that are trying to help you http://www.overclock.net/t/1164692/overclock-net-site-features-and-explanations#user_rigbuilderHow long has it been since you've re-imaged OS?I'm wondering if corruption of OS due to instability could be responsible.You said the OS was...
Enter timings and voltage that are written directly on Dram and start with that.
Under the "AMD FX9590" (8350) headerCPU 0 = CPU Core TempUnder the "ASUS ROG" headerT0 = CPU Socket TempT1 = SB TempT2 = NB TempT3 = Mainboard TempVIN0 = VcoreCPU/NB = CPU/NB VoltageNB Core = Actual North Bridge VoltageHT = HT VoltageSB Core = SB VoltageVIN3 = CPU VDDA VoltageDRAM = Dram VoltageOPT1, OPT2, OPT3 = The three mobo Opt Temp headersMake it pretty now Sure wish we could sticky this!
This will help you with your rig sig which makes it easier for all of us to help you http://www.overclock.net/t/1258253/how-to-put-your-rig-in-your-sigI agree with Yorkston,Aida64 stress test is no where near enough for the FX. It's a mild test at best. This is what is giving you the misconception of stability at this point.I recommend you work your way up testing with IBT AVX found here http://www.overclock.net/attachments/13202Start with standard or high setting with...
Page 3-32 in the manual,I believe if you enter bios and go to Monitor tab > Fan Speed Monitor > CPU > "Ignore" should handle it.
Here are a few links to get you started on a CPU only loop which when the time comes to add GPU/s you'll still have plenty of pump/flow to simply add on card/s and more rad. pump http://www.frozencpu.com/products/6190/ex-pmp-54/Swiftech_MCP655_12v_Water_Pump_w_Speed_Control_and_38_Conversion_Kit_317_GPH.html?id=qqHodCx5&mv_pc=3345 pump top...
Have you tried flashing bios? Sounds like maybe a corrupt bios chip. If you're not able to flash, this is a good indicator. http://us.estore.asus.com/index.php?l=product_list&c=3098
Add your rig http://www.overclock.net/t/1258253/how-to-put-your-rig-in-your-sig As for the 5GHz on a 212, good luck. Expect maybe 4.6 to 4.7GHz unless you live in the arctic. If you're serious about 4.8 to 5.0GHz on a 8350 consider a custom loop if you enjoy the quiet. I ran my 8350 at 4822MHz and currently run a 9590 at 5016 to 5116MHz. I do know a little of what you can expect for temps (been there and done that). Temps can get real crazy above 4.7GHz so my advice is...
From what I've learned/experienced with "my" system it depends on the OC as to whether sleep works or not.Up to 235 -240 ref clock and sleep works fine. Much above that than it doesn't wake up as you mentioned.I also loose C&Q after approx 270Mhz ref clock and neither of these is helped by any of the bios versions in my case.This is holding true for both a 8350 and 9590.
I wondered how long it would take you notice lol.Too soon to call it an "upgrade" but at least it's something different to play with. I got very board after 2 years on the 8350 If it won't clock higher and maintain stability than hell no it will be a waist of cash but these snips are at stock VID and most all the DIGI II is still on default. It didn't take much at all (just 2 bumps of Vcore) to get a 5109 just somewhat stable. I was only looking for a half way stable...
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