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With combination overclocking (HT ref + multi) on a ud3 rev3, remember this things:

1. HT ref or BCLK is tied up to your memory, HT link, and CPU-NB clocks.
To give you a hint, I'm running a 267 Ht ref. for an OC of 4667. Figure out the multiplier.

For you to be able to successfully do a combo OC, first, take note of your RAM speed and the memory multipliers supported by the motherboard.
Standard on UD3 rev 3 are 4 , 6.66 , 8 , 9.33 , 10.66 which corresponds to 800 , 1333 , 1600 , 1866 , and of course 2133 when HT ref is left at 200.

Now if you touch your HT ref, figure out what RAM speeds you want to run. In my case, 2133 can be achieved by HT refs of 229 X 9.33 or 267 X 8. You get what I mean buddy. smile.gif

2. HT link and CPU-NB speeds. At stock, they are at 2600 and 2200 respectively. Which corresponds to multiplier of 13 for the HT link and 11 for the CPU NB. AMD adviced to stay close to stock speeds. But you can safely run CPU-NB up to the speeds of the HT link. In my personal experience, the limit lies ~ 2600.

Since you already got an idea what Ht ref are you willing to run your RAMs, rolleyes.gif figure out the multiplier needed for your HT link and CPU NB to reach or be close to the limit of 2600 (again In my own experience) you can try shooting for higher that 2600. smile.gif. Say 229, 229 X 11 will give you 2519. seems good wink.gif? Match that by entering 2200 for both HT LINK and CPU-NB. Try if you can boot.. smile.gif

3. Lastly, major things taken, lets get back to the basics. Doing a COMBO OC is either practiced by people who want to OC their RAMs or just simply hope they could improve on the single core performance of a CPU. And IMO, both can be achieved as I have seen my system reached better scores both on the RAM bandwidth, Latency and better clock to clock performance compared to just using the multiplier OC. But then again, doing so will also mean you have to tweak your RAMs' timings (if you are overclocking it) to make them work. Lastly, make sure your CPU-NB speed does not exceed your HT Link speed. you can clock them the same. smile.gif

I guess I mentioned them things you need to do. Go figure out the rest.

Enjoy OC'ing mate. These FX's were fun to OC. smile.gif

One thing I will ask you to do (or try) though. Try an HT ref of 200, CPU-NB of 2400, and an HT LINK of 2600 once you figure out the things mentioned above. I have this thing happening in my set-up that got me NUTS. Just wanna know if that happens to the others. smile.gif

Give us feedbacks mate..

And don't forget to MEMTEST if you do OC your RAM.

Well, had to attend to other things in my life, so haven't been able to try some of the things you recommended until now.

First off, I tried your request mentioned at the end of your post, where you ask, "Try an HT ref of 200, CPU-NB of 2400, and an HT LINK of 2600... I have this thing happening in my set-up that got me NUTS. Just wanna know if that happens to the others. smile.gif"

I first set optimized defaults, then made changes by disabling the usual suspects (Core Performance Boost, C1E, and the other power saving settings), then set my CPU Multiplier to 20, and set LLC="Ultra High", and enabled HPC. Given my settings at this point were stock speed (i.e. - part of your request: HT ref of 200, HT Link of 2600), I simply set CPU-NB from the stock 2200 to 2400. I additionally changed all other AUTO settings, by entering their manual defaults.

I booted with no problem. I decided to run Passmark's Performance Test 8, which tests a variety of things. It was running fine up until the 3D Graphics tests started. Direct 9 tests ran OK, but Direct X 10 test hung... I used task manager and terminated the Performance 8 test process. Restarted the test, but ran individual tests instead of the suite of tests. I found that the Direct X 11 test ran, but it ran in a very jerky fashion, like frames were being skipped. I didn't do any other testing with this configuration, so I'm not sure what behavior you encountered when running this test. Maybe you can let me know.

This leads me back to the fact that I'm still relatively new to OC'ing, and most of my experience is with CPU Clock Multiplier OC'ing. I have a profile on my Gigabyte GA-990FXA-UD3 revision 3.0 mobo, which sets up a fairly stable 4.5GHz OC using CPU Clock Multiplier (and disables Core Performance Boost, disables power saving features, sets LLC="Ultra High", and enables HPC, and sets all other AUTO entries to manual defaults). I then loaded that profile, and set the CPU Clock Multiplier back to stock (20.0), and decided to try some FSB OC'ing. I set HT Ref to 230, and bumped up NB Core by +0.025 (I assume NB Core is the CPU/NB voltage on this board, and I assume that is the voltage I need to increase as I increase HT Ref to make it more stable.... ==> correct me if that's a wrong assumption).

I booted up, ran Performance Test 8.0 but during the test I had a BSOD. So, back in BIOS I adjusted HT Ref to 220, leaving NB Core offset at +0.025, and modified CPU multiplier to 20.5 (to effectively get a CPU Frequency of 2510 MHz), and rebooted. At this point I decided to run AOD (AMD Over Drive), and check some values (Sure wish Gigabyte in their UEFI Bios would use the same nomenclatures as what they use in AOD.... it would make things simpler!) madsmiley.png

I was somewhat suprised, because AOD reported NB Frequency was 2420 MHz, and HT Link Speed was 2860 MHz...even though I manually set these in the BIOS to 2200 and 2600. questionmark.gif

Regarding the NB Frequency and HT Link Speed settings in the BIOS of the GA-990FXA-UD3; if I manually enter the stock values (2200, 2600 respectively), shouldn't that prevent them from changing if I manually increase the HT Ref to something like 220? Perhaps I misunderstand how those settings work?

Anyway, so at this point CPU Clock = 4510 MHz, NB Frequency = 2420 MHz, and HT Link Speed = 2860 MHz. After verifying the values in both AOD and CPU-Z, I then ran Prime95 Small FFT (just the first set of tests). CPU Temp never exceeded 50 C (CPU is cooled by Corsair H80i), and tests passed, but after the 3rd test the GA-990FXA-UD3 rev 3.0 reared it's ugly head and started with the vdroop and throttling...not excessively, but enough to drop the average CPU Clock from 4510 Mhz to about 4300 Mhz. BTW, when I just used a CPU Multi OC to 4500 MHz, I got the same sort of results.

So at this point (ignoring the throttling and vdroop issues on the GA-990FXA-UD3 rev 3.0 mobo), I remain a bit perplexed on doing HT Ref OCing, and why manually setting NB Frequency and HT Link Speed appear to have no effect if I set HT Ref Clock to something like 220.

Any suggestions are welcome. arrowheadsmiley.png
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no no no i am just beginning. the ppl in the 83xx thread in my sig helped me a lot. be careful though there are a ton of people who pop their head in and say " Believe me because i say so" you just have to know where to prove it. i am dealing with one now.... although i am done. he will not prove anything besides showing an OLD ( seen it before several times, he is talking about max temp for 8350, stating it has no problems sustaining temps up to 90c ) recycled image showing 8350/8320s MAX temp before thermal shutdown {90c}

and all we said is AMDs recommended max temp is 62. ... but that is a different story

no HT oc would not help you at all it helps when running 3-4 GPU not 1-2

fsb is just another way of ocing, if you can find where your board likes to run oyu can go anywhere. i can boot ~333+ however visharas have fsb deadspots. IE it will boot @ 239 but not at 240~250 and boot fine @ 252+ but that is just some random numbers pulled outta thin air

the dead spots vary from chip to chip and mobo to mobo
you do have to add NB ( not cpu/nb ) volts to help stabilize it though

Very interesting, i didnt know of those deadspots in the fsb, thanks alot for the info smile.gif I will try to get higher fsb today. My old max fsb was 267, but i will add some juice to the "NB Core" voltage and the "Nb voltage" voltage. I f anyone have any idea how much i should i raise these 2 voltages i would happily takes advice.
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nb = board north bridge nb core = cpu/nb
nb core ~ 1.2-1.3 for ~ 2600 depending on chip and your ram
nb honestly excluding extreme ocs never needed more then 1.2
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Stock NB speed is enough for like 2133 mhz RAM... so the only reason why you would overclock CPU/NB is that you try to rum 2400mhz or more and even than most vishera CPU's do not like more than 2500 and if they do its very unstable.

I do not see any point of raising the NB voltage because its the CPU/NB that you OC so that is the voltage you need to adjust rolleyes.gif

you can leave the NB voltage at 1.2 or maybe 1.225 but that is up to you.

Also raising the HT is not necessary if running 1 card but in your case it would be beneficial to run HT at 2800 or maybe 3000 and also the HT needs volts if adjusted.

Try to find the PLL voltages and upper them to the last setting before the red begins the so called save aria.

Good luck thumb.gif
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average oc on cpu/nb is 2600
np volts help stabilize ocs and or ocs on anything that communicates with nb'
ht will not help ( may help benching ) in normal real life instances. it is plenty for 2 gpus
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Not true at all mate, it depends on what CPU you have and most can't get stable at more than 2500mhz CPU/NB

HT link stands for Hyper transport and is not only for GPU's but for communication between the chip set and CPU and give some more bandwidth so if you Oc the rest of your components its advised to OC the HT link as well.

It depends on the board because i did run 5ghz and 2400mhz RAM and CPU/NB to 2570 at 1.2 volts and could not boot, than i tried CPU/NB volts and it was stable as a rock but due to my cooler its better to run it at 4.8.

Also CPU PLL gives me some more hear room for adding more volts and so is more stable that is the same for the RAM,NB PLL..

In my opinion its better to have the CPU running at a little less core speed like 4.8 instead of 5ghz and OC the rest like HT, CPU/NB and RAM that gives more speed than only the CPU, also its more stable because if you have your max of the CPU its harder to OC the rest to the max because you are already at the CPU limit..
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Stock NB speed is enough for like 2133 mhz RAM... so the only reason why you would overclock CPU/NB is that you try to rum 2400mhz or more and even than most vishera CPU's do not like more than 2500 and if they do its very unstable.

I do not see any point of raising the NB voltage because its the CPU/NB that you OC so that is the voltage you need to adjust rolleyes.gif



Try to find the PLL voltages and upper them to the last setting before the red begins the so called save aria.

Good luck thumb.gif

What read and learned i have the same oppionion when it comes to getting a nice cpu/nb number. That it is "CPU/NB" you need tweaked and not the "NB voltage" or the "NB core". Imho i only think that you should increase the "NB core" and "NB voltage" by a very small amount of juice to it to get a stable system easier, but i might be wrong.

But i have tried to both increase "NB core" and "NB voltage" and i dont see any increase in the NB-vid in aida64 extreme after tweaking thoose 2 factors. But some guy told me that it will increase the volt to the cpu*/nb anyway but that its bugged and you cant see it in programs? I cant say if hes right or wrong. But i run my cpu/nb@2340mhz at stock cpu/nb volt so i guess i have to be satiesfied with that until/if gigabyte gives us ud5 rev3 boards the option to have cpu/nb volatge option.

Thanks for your advice guys!

Ohh and i had 1 more question if you want to lower timings on your ram, can it help to increase the voltage to the ram then? Or does increaseing the volt only makes you gonna go higher on the speed and not timings?

Argg lol i come to think i have one last question again hehe. Here it goes: Does changing the volt to the "NB/PCIE/PLL" voltage do anything for you?



And i have gotten some pointers trough pm, thank you guys you know who you are and if i forgot to +rep you just tell me hehe.

Dang now i come to think of another question: What does the "HPC" option in bios do for you and should it be enabled or disabled, cause i have heard both. "HPC" means hmm High Performance Computing or something? What can HPC do for me?

Thanks again.
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Not true at all mate, it depends on what CPU you have and most can't get stable at more than 2500mhz CPU/NB

HT link stands for Hyper transport and is not only for GPU's but for communication between the chip set and CPU and give some more bandwidth so if you Oc the rest of your components its advised to OC the HT link as well.

It depends on the board because i did run 5ghz and 2400mhz RAM and CPU/NB to 2570 at 1.2 volts and could not boot, than i tried CPU/NB volts and it was stable as a rock but due to my cooler its better to run it at 4.8.

Also CPU PLL gives me some more hear room for adding more volts and so is more stable that is the same for the RAM,NB PLL..

In my opinion its better to have the CPU running at a little less core speed like 4.8 instead of 5ghz and OC the rest like HT, CPU/NB and RAM that gives more speed than only the CPU, also its more stable because if you have your max of the CPU its harder to OC the rest to the max because you are already at the CPU limit..

again. no
there is NOTHING in any computer i can think of. that would use more data then GPUS.... NOTHING. do you know how much data they use? even if you had a full board of raid. the raid is only hooked to a the equivalent of pciex2 NOTHING besides GPUS will saturate that bandwidth. so even if you oc other things... no you dont need to oc and any gains you saw were
1. because in your case your oc was more stable.
2 because your other components were faster
3 99% oc chips can get 2600 stable without issue. 2700 is where it gets hard
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What read and learned i have the same oppionion when it comes to getting a nice cpu/nb number. That it is "CPU/NB" you need tweaked and not the "NB voltage" or the "NB core". Imho i only think that you should increase the "NB core" and "NB voltage" by a very small amount of juice to it to get a stable system easier, but i might be wrong.

But i have tried to both increase "NB core" and "NB voltage" and i dont see any increase in the NB-vid in aida64 extreme after tweaking thoose 2 factors. But some guy told me that it will increase the volt to the cpu*/nb anyway but that its bugged and you cant see it in programs? I cant say if hes right or wrong. But i run my cpu/nb@2340mhz at stock cpu/nb volt so i guess i have to be satiesfied with that until/if gigabyte gives us ud5 rev3 boards the option to have cpu/nb volatge option.

Thanks for your advice guys!

Ohh and i had 1 more question if you want to lower timings on your ram, can it help to increase the voltage to the ram then? Or does increaseing the volt only makes you gonna go higher on the speed and not timings?

Argg lol i come to think i have one last question again hehe. Here it goes: Does changing the volt to the "NB/PCIE/PLL" voltage do anything for you?



And i have gotten some pointers trough pm, thank you guys you know who you are and if i forgot to +rep you just tell me hehe.

Dang now i come to think of another question: What does the "HPC" option in bios do for you and should it be enabled or disabled, cause i have heard both. "HPC" means hmm High Performance Computing or something? What can HPC do for me?

Thanks again.
(1st)the voltages depends. these chips take a beating i have pushed ~ 1.6v though my IMC ( cpu/nb ) during my extreme ocing ( On water ) without issue or damage

(2nd) it can. but lowering timings on ram is tricky. also ram can be picky about volts too fyi

(3rd) on 99% of other boards pll does.... nothing. on giga boards there is a high amount of ppl who claim it lowered temps by a decent amount. in my case it lowered temps ~ 10c

(4th) you are correct about the definition. on most boards it just means your chip will not throttle due to tdp ( pretty sure that is what it goes off of. mine always stays ~ 40c on water or air without it and APM on ) but WILL throttle ( IF APM IS ON ) @ 72c socket
however giga boards seem not to have a socket temps. ( at least my rev3 )

also on giga boards (only rev 3 to my knowledge) you have to turn on HPC to make your OC settings work. i can change volts. and various freq. but not all will change as i change them in bios
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Well you are right about the GPU's there is nothing that is faster than a GPU.

than maybe i am that 0.1% that cant get such a high CPU/NB because i tried 2600 at 2400 RAM and it was a no go every time blue screen and now i lowered it to 2570 and its working just fine.

Did i read that correct that you put 1.6 volts through your CPU/NB? at what CPU speed and volts that was? because adding CPU/NB volts gains a lot of heat and i wonder how you would cool such thing.

your ambient temps must be very low than thumb.gif
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no. suicide runs where you dont care about temps.
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