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Nope. Only AMD OD and MSI Afterburner.

Weird, What is your ambiant temp?

Some of those temps are way off.
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Weird, What is your ambiant temp?

Some of those temps are way off.

The basement is usually around 21c to 24c.
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I am using the Gigabyte GA-990FXA-UD3 (rev. 3.0) motherboard. whats up with the cpuz showing the Manufacturer AMD Corporation ? Do I need the latest bios which is version FB.

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wow the first rev 3.0 i've seen.

don't worry about the name, it is just how it works. How is the UEFI? and your voltage is a bit high imo.
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The basement is usually around 21c to 24c.

Well since I last posted, I changed LLC to Medium and my volts on the CPU stay below 1.472 (so far) while folding. This is also keeping my CPU temps a lot lower.
I didn't have these problems in Win 7. I am starting to believe Win 8 handles the cores/power saving features differently and has more of a ON/OFF setup than a conservative ramp up. BUT I would assume that could be fixed in a driver or BIOS update.

100%CPU load while folding (also two 7870s in the folding mix)
LLC = Medium
Currently my CPU vCore is at 1.424 v
Core Temp is 39.8c with an ambient temp of 22.5c

that's a far cry from what I was dealing with.thumb.gif

Something strange I also noticed, is that there is a 6 min window where the temp goes up and a 6 min window where the temp is low again. Also the Northbridge is almost always 9c higher then the CPU temp. This cycle seems to repeat itself, and so far has 4 times.




EDIT
Another thing to note, is my Watt usage was 505, and now at 425 Watts
Edited by EyeCU247 - 2/3/13 at 10:02am
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The only way for me to keep the voltage below 1.472 is with LLC Extreme, any other option make the voltage jump to 1,52.......
    
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The only way for me to keep the voltage below 1.472 is with LLC Extreme, any other option make the voltage jump to 1,52.......

Are you OCing?
I am not currently running OCed, and wounder if that is causing the system to push such high volts with an Extreme LLC? Also if your current setup is the one in your signature, than you have a UD3 board, and (didn't mention your Rev #).
I wounder if that has anything to do with the discrepancy.
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Are you OCing?
I am not currently running OCed, and wounder if that is causing the system to push such high volts with an Extreme LLC? Also if your current setup is the one in your signature, than you have a UD3 board, and (didn't mention your Rev #).
I wounder if that has anything to do with the discrepancy.

My 8120 is oc'ed to 4.5 with vcore to 1.4, LLC Extreme, in full load voltage goes to 1.472, if i set any other option the voltage jumps to 1.52.

My UD3 is revision 1.1 Bios F9.
    
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Hi!
This question was asked already in this thread but i didnt manage to find an answer. Is there a theoretical chance of getting UEFI on non rev. 3.0 990FXA-UD3 motherboard. Like is it technically possible and its only up to Gigabyte to provide or not provide us with UEFI update for older boards? For i saw they were giving an UEFI update for hybrid-efi Intel board. So i'm very curious about trying UEFI, as i've never seen it smile.gif on the other hand i do not want to buy similar board just to check out what UEFI is.
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My 8120 is oc'ed to 4.5 with vcore to 1.4, LLC Extreme, in full load voltage goes to 1.472, if i set any other option the voltage jumps to 1.52.

My UD3 is revision 1.1 Bios F9.

same thing happens to me, same board, same revision and bios.
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