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Poll Results: whats your choice for 990fx

Poll expired: Jul 11, 2011  
  • 0% (1)
    Asus M5A97evo
  • 0% (1)
    Asus M5A99Xevo
  • 49% (58)
    Asus Sabertooth 990fx
  • 31% (37)
    Asus Crosshair V Formula / Thunderbolt
  • 0% (1)
    Biostar TA-990FXE
  • 12% (15)
    Gigabyte GA-990FXA-UD7
  • 4% (5)
    MSI 990FXA-GD80
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post #3801 of 10107
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Quote:
Originally Posted by BonzaiTree View Post

Butterz, I thought your location is Cali?

You're getting temps that low in winter in Cali? Wow.

I'm up in Canadialand and my temps don't drop much at all, and we don't use much heat.


actually I haven't updated my location, i'm in Virginia, and im on water cooling too, my friends 965 sitting right next to my rig on a M4N98TD EVO with the stock AMD air cooler is sitting around 35c with stock clocks.
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Originally Posted by zubzero689 View Post

here is me
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2523738

im not running bulldozer so i really cant get to 5ghz without ln2, but i have got my 1090t to 4.8 ghz valid, i have to look back through the earlier days of this thread to vind the validation.

edit... actually it was my 955be, heres the link, http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1965113
just got my 1090t to 4.7 right now though... http://valid.canardpc.com/2613798
Edited by THC Butterz - 12/12/12 at 9:50pm
post #3802 of 10107
I can't get LLC or any other options to stay where I put them. Is there a bug in AI suite?
post #3803 of 10107
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I can't get LLC or any other options to stay where I put them. Is there a bug in AI suite?

set them on the bios...
     
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post #3804 of 10107
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set them on the bios...

Do'h! Why didn't I think of that. Thanks.
I like how you use an ellipsis all the time. Makes it seem like you are fading in and out of consciousness wink.gif
post #3805 of 10107
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Originally Posted by laurie View Post

Do'h! Why didn't I think of that. Thanks.
I like how you use an ellipsis all the time. Makes it seem like you are fading in and out of consciousness wink.gif

hahaha relax... we all have our moments...
     
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post #3806 of 10107
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here is me
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2523738

Hot dang, nice OC. What cooling are you using?
post #3807 of 10107
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Originally Posted by shampoo911 View Post

ok... so playing a little need for speed most wanted...
settings
cpu LLC = ultra high
cpu/nb LLC = auto
bios vcore = 1.39v
vcore windows = 1.39v
vcore full load = 1.404v
temps
core temp max = 41ºC
socket temp max = 47ºC
motherboard temp minimum = 32ºC
motherboard temp max = 36ºC
kinda improved... motherboard temp was the only one that is affected... before setting LLC on cpu, it was 30ºC idle... and super max = 40ºC
will repost after sometime playing farcry 3
EDIT
no go with farcry 3 on previous settings
new settings
bios vcore = 1.4v
cpu LLC = Ultra high
cpu/nb LLC = regular
EDIT 2
bios vcore = 1.4v
cpu LLC = extreme
cpu/nb LLC = extreme
first 2 settings were NO GO/BSOD
3rd settings, pump WAY TOO MUCH voltage... so i think reverting to standard settings will be my next step.... anyway, rep 4 u guys... thx 4 the help

Don't give up quite yet. I know for a fact that Bulldozer's didn't respond well to TOO much voltage, and I imagine Piledriver might respond the same way.

Now, I don't know exactly how high your overclock is, and your NB and HT speeds, But when you are seriously overclocking, other voltages need some loving too. Upping things like VDDA etc can help improve stability. My best advice: do some research, read some reviews etc to see what's normal.

And do you also overclock your memory? If so: turn that down a notch and find the point at which your CPU is stable. When you've found that, try upping your RAM again.

Good luck and thanks for the +rep!
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post #3808 of 10107
hi raephen...

cpu = 4.7ghz
cpu/nb = 2600mhz
ht link = 2600mhz

i used to overclock my rams, but that was before i had a crossfire setup.... now im using stock settings for my ram (2133mhz. 9-11-10-27 1T, with no voltage increase)
     
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post #3809 of 10107
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hi raephen...
cpu = 4.7ghz
cpu/nb = 2600mhz
ht link = 2600mhz
i used to overclock my rams, but that was before i had a crossfire setup.... now im using stock settings for my ram (2133mhz. 9-11-10-27 1T, with no voltage increase)

Aye, one thing catches my eye immediately: the NB speed.

I don't know how Piledriver likes it's northnridge cooked, but I know from experience my Bulldozer never liked having it beyond 2400MHz. And from what I've read about it, NB speed doesn't have that kind of performance impact with Bulldozer like it had with Deneb/Thuban (Phenom II).

My 4170 runs with NB: 2400MHZ, and HT-link:2600.
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post #3810 of 10107
please can some one give me a link to a thread on steps to do first time firing up this mobo with ssd for os and 3 t. hd for the rest. this isnt my first build, but the first "monster", monster being a compatative word. lolol. with two big vid cards, 1200 psu...etc. this should all be in my rig link.

just got home from the hospital for the holidays and would like to get it up and running before i go back in after the first.sorry for being lazy, but would like to do this. I do have the thread on instaliing the os on ssd and the rest on the hhd.

thankx

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