Originally Posted by ZombieWorm
Originally Posted by Mega Man
i can definably help the above settings are on my ud7, sabertooth was my first board ( which i still own ) and the above oc was for ref on temps at 1.5+v
let me know what you need to know
In the Ai tweaker what settings were changed from auto, i.e. manually set MM
llc high or ultra ( cpu/nb high ) all other settings depend on your socket/vrm cooling
Originally Posted by s4in7
Just created an account to let everyone know my FX-8320 is sitting at 4.816GHz at 1.38v on an H60 2013 Edition at a maximum 55°C load temp--haven't had a single crash or tinge of system instability.
I love this board! It's an original Rev1 Sabertooth 990FX
I pushed it to 5GHz with 60°C max load temperature, but I was only getting slightly better performance and didn't like being in the 60s (even though it's perfectly safe for an 8320).
5GHz on an H60 can be done! Just doesn't make sense to run it like that 24/7 when 4.8GHz offers virtually the same performance at 5°C cooler
Take it easy y'all!
i hate to burst your bubble but there is almost no way you are stable. nor will your temps stay that low. you are not using ibt-avx ( see the opening post of the 83xx club in my sig for download ) you are using a very ancient stressing system that does not stress your system at all, your gflops should be 80ish not in the 40s if you download it, please note you need to run as admin, and you need to have a positive result NOT a neg, if it is neg you are not stable ( although it will tell you you are. ) it is rare to see a h100 be able to cool a 5ghz oc let alone a h60
not even to mention the fact you are only using 1gb of ram, 90+ % for best results