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Poll Results: whats your choice for 990fx

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post #1061 of 10107
I want to see Folding@Home performance, but that takes a little while to set up, so if you don't feel like doing it I understand.
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Can you guys name any sites or good threads to read on over clocking newer AMD stuff. I haven't overclocked since the 939 Athlon 64 and my 939 Dual core Opteron. Right now I'm at 4.5ghz on my FX-8120 but the heat gets too high to let it run Prime 95 for too long. It seems stable under normal conditions and gaming. I just wanna know if there are any tricks to getting the higher clocks with lower voltage/heat. I'm at 1.33 volts, 200 fsb, 2400 nb/cpu, and 1.22 volts for the north bridge.
     
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post #1063 of 10107
I start with the ref clock first and build from that....
However,FX doesnt seem to respond the same as PhenomII's....
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post #1064 of 10107
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you can adjust it on the phenom as well, if you want I will help you get you x6 doing good as well there are things about oc'ing amd that most don't know. I am really not even pushing it yet still learning the walls, but I jumped many scores up on the 460 thread MANY I will have the top spot on 3dmark11 before the day is out

Plus the temps on this system so far have not got over 44c and that is at 4.8ghz and 2830cpu/nb with only 1.4v for cpu and 1.45 for cpu/nb

OOPS I see you have your X6 pretty good nice clocks if those are 24/7
Nice dude, is that 44c on prime? or just benchmarking, with the 8150 @ 4.8ghz i was at 1.413v and llc would climb to 1.45v but my cpu-nb was at 26xx mhz and less voltage. Interesting results. Im think your cooling loop will make all the difference from my experience. Its a good cpu but to REALLY use it she needs great cooling, you have that, Im positive you will get 5.0Ghz 24/7 Im hoping you can get 5200mhz if your lucky.

Yeah 4244mhz is 24/7 prime stable @ 30xx cpunb (cpu 1.443v, load 1.5 and cpunb 1.33-1.35load). I have 4dimms of memory though, if I find some good 2000mhz+ 2x4GB I might upgrade.

I really wanted 4300+mhz but the few extra mhz isnt worth the extra voltage i think it will need. I can boot and do the internet on 4.4Ghz but instant crash on prime. It stays under 45c on prime and gaming 36-38c with ambient at 78-80F. If my prime temps stayed at 38-40c I might be able to get into the 4300mhz but not worth the $300+ just yet in cooling. Now that i am back on the 1100t i will be doing more fine tuning to get closer to 4300mhz, 4280s are kinda stable but not there yet.

Current cooling does good but FX8150 needed a lot more than I had.
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post #1065 of 10107
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Nice dude, is that 44c on prime? or just benchmarking, with the 8150 @ 4.8ghz i was at 1.413v and llc would climb to 1.45v but my cpu-nb was at 26xx mhz and less voltage. Interesting results. Im think your cooling loop will make all the difference from my experience. Its a good cpu but to REALLY use it she needs great cooling, you have that, Im positive you will get 5.0Ghz 24/7 Im hoping you can get 5200mhz if your lucky.

Yeah 4244mhz is 24/7 prime stable @ 30xx cpunb (cpu 1.443v, load 1.5 and cpunb 1.33-1.35load). I have 4dimms of memory though, if I find some good 2000mhz+ 2x4GB I might upgrade.

I really wanted 4300+mhz but the few extra mhz isnt worth the extra voltage i think it will need. I can boot and do the internet on 4.4Ghz but instant crash on prime. It stays under 45c on prime and gaming 36-38c with ambient at 78-80F. If my prime temps stayed at 38-40c I might be able to get into the 4300mhz but not worth the $300+ just yet in cooling. Now that i am back on the 1100t i will be doing more fine tuning to get closer to 4300mhz, 4280s are kinda stable but not there yet.

Current cooling does good but FX8150 needed a lot more than I had.

I really like my ram they are 2 4gb sticks which I was told buy them these were the best ram for AMD but that was a few months ago, but they were able to get to 1900 on the phenom X4 and the Kingston hyperx I had couldn't even get past 1600 by even 1mhz lol so I would highly recommend these sticks!

Plus I have done a few runs for the hell of it at 5.4ghz but backed it back down as I like going up slow and tweaking each thing not just the multi.

I am very happy with this I am really glad I got it from you! I am having fun again oc'ing is fun and a pain at the same time lol
post #1066 of 10107
I got a question for you guys. I use 2 HIS 6790s (both single gpu cards) Is it possible to use the newer 69xx series with one of these cards as the slave card?
     
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Can you guys name any sites or good threads to read on over clocking newer AMD stuff. I haven't overclocked since the 939 Athlon 64 and my 939 Dual core Opteron. Right now I'm at 4.5ghz on my FX-8120 but the heat gets too high to let it run Prime 95 for too long. It seems stable under normal conditions and gaming. I just wanna know if there are any tricks to getting the higher clocks with lower voltage/heat. I'm at 1.33 volts, 200 fsb, 2400 nb/cpu, and 1.22 volts for the north bridge.
http://www.asusrog.com/forums/forumd...D-Motherboards
    
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post #1068 of 10107
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I really like my ram they are 2 4gb sticks which I was told buy them these were the best ram for AMD but that was a few months ago, but they were able to get to 1900 on the phenom X4 and the Kingston hyperx I had couldn't even get past 1600 by even 1mhz lol so I would highly recommend these sticks!

Plus I have done a few runs for the hell of it at 5.4ghz but backed it back down as I like going up slow and tweaking each thing not just the multi.

I am very happy with this I am really glad I got it from you! I am having fun again oc'ing is fun and a pain at the same time lol
LOL 5.4Ghz!! Nice!! I know that was a good chip, I mentioned to you I was very conservative with voltages/settings not wanting to push things and play safe, and with that I was easily getting 4.8-4.9Ghz, most I went for on a quick run was 5.2, Gez I hope the 2nd one I get is that good too lol. I think once I go custom loop I will go for BD again, I have the psu for it and now with sli it will be worth it. I just should have gone sli first to begin with.

Maybe you can run wprime on 5.4Ghz? 32M test would be fine, make sure you set for 8 threads, its a quick bench, its what people gave BD grief over. I expect 5.6Ghz-5.8Ghz to match my 4244mhz 1100t. But honestly even at 4.7Ghz where I ran it I didnt see a loss for performance in gaming at all even though it was benching less. BD brings good changes to the table. There are pro's n con's to it. My advice to people is to get a great water loop and you will love the FX8xxx series. No antec/corsair will cut it, well maybe an h100 but cant see that taking you over 4.9Ghz
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I want to see Folding@Home performance, but that takes a little while to set up, so if you don't feel like doing it I understand.
No I don't mind at all as I fold anyway but I am still playing around with settings, the new bios had some settings that I needed to figure out to get my sli to work. Plus I have not found out how stable it is yet still playing around to find my fallback overclock(the stable but highest settings for lock in) I will do all that I am asked to do, to help others deside and cure the curiosity of some! I still say it is the best CPU I have owned yet!!!
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Can you guys name any sites or good threads to read on over clocking newer AMD stuff. I haven't overclocked since the 939 Athlon 64 and my 939 Dual core Opteron. Right now I'm at 4.5ghz on my FX-8120 but the heat gets too high to let it run Prime 95 for too long. It seems stable under normal conditions and gaming. I just wanna know if there are any tricks to getting the higher clocks with lower voltage/heat. I'm at 1.33 volts, 200 fsb, 2400 nb/cpu, and 1.22 volts for the north bridge.
http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/...hlon,2161.html
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It should have the e0 IMC then,what does cpuz say?
You are correct,it should run 1600 with e0...
Code Name = Thuban
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So far ASUS doesn't support this processor, I can't unlock the cores, overclock or changer any settings without crashes. I have seen others with Gigabyte boards running the ZOSMA's without issue. Prior to this 960T I was using a 555X2 - unlocked no problems, overclocked, no problems, no crashes or issues with the memory.

The 960T overclocks fine with overdrive, but I can't change any settings other than the multiplier. Any changes in the bios lead to an almost immediate crash. Once it does, I have to clear the CMOS, and use a PS2 keyboard to recover as it won't recognize my USB keyboard.

Thinking of getting a Gigabyte board for the Zosma - or a 6100 for this board. I need something that works well with excel and other spreadsheet type programs, as well as a construction takeoff program that I run. From what I have read the 6100 should work out fairly good and be not quite as power hungry as the 8 cores.
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