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Looks great man! And I could do it even easier, over here fresh pasta like that is fairly cheap and easy to find so I could skip the whole making yer-own-pasta part.... And I already make a killer fresh-basil sauce... was there fresh basil your's? I didn't read the whole thing yet, just kinda skimmed through. you obviously put a lot of time into the whole thing. Really nice job.

I envy you because has you can tell I love my Italian food. Yes I do use fresh ingredients. Basil is a must along with some others.
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hey is there someone who has G.skill ripjaws in their system? and so yes is there a way to overclock them?

I constantly hitting blue screens and i am pretty sure it is the RAM that hold me back, and i am getting irritated by that.

So if someone can help me i would be appreciated much thumb.gif
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hey is there someone who has G.skill ripjaws in their system? and so yes is there a way to overclock them?

I constantly hitting blue screens and i am pretty sure it is the RAM that hold me back, and i am getting irritated by that.

So if someone can help me i would be appreciated much thumb.gif

I haven't had much luck with the ripjaws. Now this could be due to the chip I am using. The 965 black edition. Now I have spoke with others about the ripjaws. They tend to be a thorn in the side. In my main rig I am using the tridents and they work good and overclock good. I will say this I had the ripjaws in my asrock build and it has the 8320 and was able to overclock them but not very far. I also had to hold the rams hand to get them to do it. (adjust timings, constant volt stuff like that.)
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hmm seems odd because the 2133 CL8 kit is basically the 1333 kit only the voltage is set to 1.65 and the timings are tightener.

I tried it but i constantly get blue screens, i even set the voltage beyond 1.7 volts with the 2133 timing but again no luck.

I want the best and fastest RAM there is but this is giving me headaches LOL
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Hi all,
I'm new (this is my first reply in a thread) and i have (a lot) appreciate this thread. I'm also italian... so, sorry for my English.
I have a question about my board, a 990fxa-ud7 rev1.0 (no LLC, sigh! but my overclock is not so bad -for my use- not rock solid) with FX-8350.
I cannot change the CPU-NB Vid. Is normal? (yes I change-it but the value is always 1.363 and only with turbo option the value is 1.41)
And can a bios release solve this? Via AMD Overdrive is possible to change this value but for me, personally,... i prefer to change board setting via bios.
Gigabyte answers are bad and with a logic like a *****, they annoying me.
Please help.
Thanks
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I feel you about Gigabyte boards... after all the stuff I've seen you and everyone else on here go through with their UD3s and the brush-off you've all gotten from their customer service, I'm sold on never buying one of their boards again. And it's sad to say it because the only real problem I've ever had with my UD5 is that I just don't like the way they set up the BIOS, I feel that it's much harder to tune than some of the other boards I've had in the past.

You know, if they had at the very least acknowledged there was a problem and worked with us to fix it I might feel differently. I just feel like its a case of haha we got your money, sucker!

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o i hear ya man dude thumb.gif

been there too LOL

What is i tough u had bought the Asus sabertooth?

If not try to get a hold on a UD5 rev 1.1 honestly i have this board for couple of weeks now and i love it.

I want to get a Sabertooth. I haven't done it yet. I was going to buy it last month but then I broke the project car and I'm saving for a trip to PA next month so I decided its working well enough for now. Knock on wood lol.

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hey is there someone who has G.skill ripjaws in their system? and so yes is there a way to overclock them?

I constantly hitting blue screens and i am pretty sure it is the RAM that hold me back, and i am getting irritated by that.

So if someone can help me i would be appreciated much thumb.gif

I'm using G Skill RipjawsX F3-17000CL9-4GBXM and I'm running them at 9-11-10-28 at 1050mhz with no issues so far. I've had them at 2133 at the same timing with no issues but since I switched over to a bus OC i had to back them off a bit.
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hmm seems odd because the 2133 CL8 kit is basically the 1333 kit only the voltage is set to 1.65 and the timings are tightener.

I tried it but i constantly get blue screens, i even set the voltage beyond 1.7 volts with the 2133 timing but again no luck.

I want the best and fastest RAM there is but this is giving me headaches LOL

Fx processors do not support 2133 ram naively. They support DDR 3 1866 in dual channel with only 2 memory sticks, if you have 3 or 4 ram sticks then the official supported speed is 1600. Anything beyond these clocks would be considered a overclock.

Things you can do to try and stabilize a memory overclock are listed below. First increasing the memory voltage on a memory kit that is designed to run at 2133 will not help you achieve 2133 speeds, (well unless the memory is defective perhaps). Second you going to have to increase the CPU north bridge voltage (IE the voltage that goes to the integrated memory controller). If you do these 2 steps and still cannot run faster than 1866, then well its your CPU its memory controller is holding you back, in this case just set ram to either 1866 or 1600 and go for the tightest possible timings.


good luck.

Here's a picture of my system, My UD3 rev 1.0 and 8320@5ghz.. Notice the fan on the vrms :-), what you might not be able to see is the nuts and bolts being used for mounting the heatsinks on the vrm and Nb.
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I envy you because has you can tell I love my Italian food. Yes I do use fresh ingredients. Basil is a must along with some others.

Fresh Basil is to Italian cuisine as fresh cilantro is to homemade salsa... you simply cannot do without it... thumb.gif

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hey is there someone who has G.skill ripjaws in their system? and so yes is there a way to overclock them?

I constantly hitting blue screens and i am pretty sure it is the RAM that hold me back, and i am getting irritated by that.

So if someone can help me i would be appreciated much thumb.gif

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hmm seems odd because the 2133 CL8 kit is basically the 1333 kit only the voltage is set to 1.65 and the timings are tightener.

I tried it but i constantly get blue screens, i even set the voltage beyond 1.7 volts with the 2133 timing but again no luck.

I want the best and fastest RAM there is but this is giving me headaches LOL

I have the Ripjaws X F3-12800CL9Q-16GBXL (1600) and Ripjaws Z F3-14900CL10Q-32GBZL (1866) sets. The first recommendation I would make is return to the BIOS default settings and download a bootable .iso file of memtest86+, burn it to a disc, and then set your primary boot drive to your optical drive and run at least 2 or 3 passes to make sure you don't have a faulty DIMM.

I also had a very difficult time getting the 1866 memory to do any overclock above 2000 but had to go to at least 1.62V, and lower the latencies (11-11-11-33-2T command-42 trc) to get it there. And that was certainly only using two sticks... I had to do a lot of voltage bumps to the CPU Vcore and CPU/NB to get all 32GB running just at it's rated speeds of 1866. I was however very solid and stable at a 4.2 overclock with all 32GB at rated speeds, which tells me I have a pretty solid 8120 since according to the GSkill forums most people with BD chips have a hard time getting a 4x4GB set of 1866 up to rated speeds. I am apprehensive about putting them back in and trying to overclock them though because the 1866 set had a bad DIMM that I just got the RMA back on.

So I went back to the 1600s and I've been able to get them overclocked to around 2173 at a mere 1.55V and timings of 10-11-10-30-2T-40, but I'm still having to toy around and find that sweet spot where everything gets along just fine. Doing a CPU mutli/HTT OC can produce higher overclocks and is really the most effective way to OC your ram, but it takes a lot of patience and trial and error to dial it in. However, the best additional resource I can give you is to go to the GSkill forums ( http://www.gskill.us/forum/ ) and browse through the overclocking threads there.
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Thnx guys very helpful details over here thumb.gif

I did add some volts to the CPUNB but it also puts more heat to the CPU i noticed, and it will run hotter than 62c so OR i have to back off my CPU OC or run 1866 with tighten timings.

I have USB stick with memtest on it so i will test it, as far as i know and saw is that the ripjaws are very good overclockers and a lot of people are using them and get good results.

I had physics score of over 10k and one day i could play games for hours and the day after it couldn't. It seems that my PC has its own will LOL but i know it has to do with the CPU, i do know they have a funky RAM controller on it and it can mess things up pretty fast depending on the chip.

Maybe i have a bad chip, but i can do benchmarking but i get blue screen after 2 hours of gaming.


Well with this information i can take another look at it again and so illuminate things so i know what is holding me back, CPU or RAM thumb.gif
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Aio loop isn't that bad because of the weak pump but the reservoir is very small. More water less heat. There are also very strong aio water pump like the coolermaster eisberg or swiftech thing. I thin aio liquid cooler is for beginner or ppl with not much space. Of course if you have too much money a custom loop is always good. I have an antec 920 kühler. It has also an usb controller and cpu temp is controlled by a water temp! Perhaps I want to open it and put a bigger reservoir to it. Then also it can cool my gpu?
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Samsung 240T Loudspeaker Onboard SATA Y power cable 2x Y 3-pin power cable 
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4x S-ATA cable black 50 cm 12volt 4x 3-pin power cable adapter 
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AMD Phenom 550 2x Biostar TA870+  ATI Radeon HD 4300 Noname Ram 
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Western Digital Caviar Blue Hitach LC Power Cosmo Cool LC-CC95 Arctic Cooler F9 PWM 
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Arctic Cooler F8 PWM Windows 7 Ultimate 27" Acer Noname 
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Enermax Pro87+ 500 Watt  3.5" 1.44 MB disk drive  
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Turion 64 X2 Ultra  SB 700 series HD 3650 HD 3200 
RAMRAMHard DriveOptical Drive
Komputerbay Noname Samsung Spinpoint M8 Sony DVD/DV-RW TS-L633A 
OSMonitorKeyboardMouse
Windows 8 LG Flatsscreen PS/2 compatible PS/2 compatible 
AudioOtherOtherOther
AMD High Definition Audio Device Bluetooth Adapter Winbond CIR Transceiver IEEE 1394 Firewire 
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Qualcomm Atheros AR928X wireless JMicron PCIe MS/SD/MMC/xD Host Controller Realtek PCIe GBE  Logitech 1.3 M WebCam 
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Western Digital Western Digital Samsung Seagate Barracuda 
Optical DriveCoolingCoolingCooling
LG DVD-RW DH16A1L 140 mm Cooltek fan Noctua NF-P12 premium fan Noctua NF-P12 premium fan 
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140 mm Cooltek fan 140 mm Cooltek fan Coolermaster Seidon M120 140 mm Cooltek fan 
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XSPC 420 reservoir and pump Antec Kühler 920 Phobya G-Silent 12 Phobya G-Silent 12 
OSOSMonitorKeyboard
Windows 8.1 Professional OpenSuSE 12.2 22" LG Flatron W2243T Keysonic 
PowerCaseMouseMouse Pad
Be quiet! Straight Power E6 (700W) Corsair Carbide 400R Logitech Gaming Mouse Case Logic Gel-eez 
AudioAudioOtherOther
Samsung 240T Loudspeaker Onboard SATA Y power cable 2x Y 3-pin power cable 
OtherOther
4x S-ATA cable black 50 cm 12volt 4x 3-pin power cable adapter 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
AMD Phenom 550 2x Biostar TA870+  ATI Radeon HD 4300 Noname Ram 
Hard DriveHard DriveCoolingCooling
Western Digital Caviar Blue Hitach LC Power Cosmo Cool LC-CC95 Arctic Cooler F9 PWM 
CoolingOSMonitorKeyboard
Arctic Cooler F8 PWM Windows 7 Ultimate 27" Acer Noname 
PowerOther
Enermax Pro87+ 500 Watt  3.5" 1.44 MB disk drive  
CPUMotherboardGraphicsGraphics
Turion 64 X2 Ultra  SB 700 series HD 3650 HD 3200 
RAMRAMHard DriveOptical Drive
Komputerbay Noname Samsung Spinpoint M8 Sony DVD/DV-RW TS-L633A 
OSMonitorKeyboardMouse
Windows 8 LG Flatsscreen PS/2 compatible PS/2 compatible 
AudioOtherOtherOther
AMD High Definition Audio Device Bluetooth Adapter Winbond CIR Transceiver IEEE 1394 Firewire 
OtherOtherOtherOther
Qualcomm Atheros AR928X wireless JMicron PCIe MS/SD/MMC/xD Host Controller Realtek PCIe GBE  Logitech 1.3 M WebCam 
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