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Poll Results: whats your choice for 990fx

Poll expired: Jul 11, 2011  
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    Asus M5A97evo
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    Asus M5A99Xevo
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    Asus Sabertooth 990fx
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post #6761 of 10135
Quote:
Originally Posted by JourneymanMike View Post

Fantastic overclock, I have the same CPU and Motherboard. Would you, if you don't mind, post or PM me with your BIOS settings for that OC?

Here is what I have achieved so far:

http://valid.canardpc.com/ijsaat

Thanks,

Mike

I fried my ram which nearly cost 200 dollars ( Mushkin Enhanced 1600 DDR3 ) I know you want to get a high overclock, but ask yourself this, can you afford the overclock you are seeking? Because if you can answer yes to replacing all your parts then I can help you, otherwise, you have a great cpu and a very good motherboard. Why risk breaking things? You have to understand, I am in eastern EU and this was dead winter, it was something like 2 degrees away from 0 C in my room, to achieve this I had to open all windows and balcony for 2 hours and wait tugged inside my bed like a burrito. I have learned 2 things from this 1. It is just a number, it has no real meaning, unless you plan on making a LN2 dewar with a cold-finger recycler to run gases through copper pipes under your cpu socket for constant temperature there is really no point, I understand a lot of hobbyists overclock to see who can get higher but you really need a lot of money and sometimes it just isn't worth it. I got my OC using nothing but a Thermaltake 2.0 Pro AIO, a bunch of fans and that vrm fan and a bunch of thermocouples (not that seeing a temp go up high would do me much good, it would just stress me even more ). And the second thing I have learned is, be happy with what you have, and your overclock is more than enough, but if you want a more *stable overclock* without going too high, use your bus also, a combination of bus and multiplier is how I got mines as you see bus 271 x multiplier 20. I am sorry it is not the answer you want, but I do not want a bunch of guys copying down my figures and breaking their systems and coming back blaming me that I somehow broke their setup. It has happened before, and I will not let it happen again. I am truly sorry. But I did give you a tip smile.gif

PS Just remember, when you increase the BUS, you also increase the North bridge, your ram frequency, your HT Link Speed and a bunch of other things, you may not want increased, it really is a sea-saw combination and you have to be VERY careful to pay attention to EVERY detail and check everything at least 4 times before you F10.
Edited by rollobollo - 4/14/14 at 4:19pm
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I fried my ram which nearly cost 200 dollars ( Mushkin Enhanced 1600 DDR3 ) I know you want to get a high overclock, but ask yourself this, can you afford the overclock you are seeking? Because if you can answer yes to replacing all your parts then I can help you, otherwise, you have a great cpu and a very good motherboard. Why risk breaking things? You have to understand, I am in eastern EU and this was dead winter, it was something like 2 degrees away from 0 C in my room, to achieve this I had to open all windows and balcony for 2 hours and wait tugged inside my bed like a burrito. I have learned 2 things from this 1. It is just a number, it has no real meaning, unless you plan on making a LN2 dewar with a cold-finger recycler to run gases through copper pipes under your cpu socket for constant temperature there is really no point, I understand a lot of hobbyists overclock to see who can get higher but you really need a lot of money and sometimes it just isn't worth it. I got my OC using nothing but a Thermaltake 2.0 Pro AIO, a bunch of fans and that vrm fan and a bunch of thermocouples (not that seeing a temp go up high would do me much good, it would just stress me even more ). And the second thing I have learned is, be happy with what you have, and your overclock is more than enough, but if you want a more *stable overclock* without going too high, use your bus also, a combination of bus and multiplier is how I got mines as you see bus 271 x multiplier 20. I am sorry it is not the answer you want, but I do not want a bunch of guys copying down my figures and breaking their systems and coming back blaming me that I somehow broke their setup. It has happened before, and I will not let it happen again. I am truly sorry. But I did give you a tip smile.gif

PS Just remember, when you increase the BUS, you also increase the North bridge, your ram frequency, your HT Link Speed and a bunch of other things, you may not want increased, it really is a sea-saw combination and you have to be VERY careful to pay attention to EVERY detail and check everything at least 4 times before you F10.

Couldn't agree more.

Thing is your ambient played a big role in your overclock.
You might also have a golden chip to boot.
And yeah, things that worked for you might not work for everyone.

Looking at your VRM fan, I gotta say it's quite too small to give you enough boost. But since your ambient is wonderful, I couldn't say something more.

Great OC tbh.
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Originally Posted by JourneymanMike View Post

Fantastic overclock, I have the same CPU and Motherboard. Would you, if you don't mind, post or PM me with your BIOS settings for that OC?

Here is what I have achieved so far:

http://valid.canardpc.com/ijsaat

Thanks,

Mike

Get a proper cooler and give your rig enough time to get the results you want.

4.8 is quite the sweet spot for performance on these chips. TBH though, I still can't get past the OC I was able to achieve on a mediocre board using this saberkitty. Makes me wonder if I made the right financial decision.

But the board is solid and a fuss to work with. Couldn't blame the board. On air, with 30s ambient temp, I can only be happy with what I got so far. 5GHz is my goal but I can't go on further than 4.8 at the moment due to my cooling limitation.

So until I got myself a proper loop, I'd stay with my daily 4.5 that runs cool with 55 max case closed, VRM at 55 stressing.

So yeah, a proper cooler will not hurt your aspiration to get high clocks. Just your wallet. 😁
post #6763 of 10135
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Originally Posted by rollobollo View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by JourneymanMike View Post

Fantastic overclock, I have the same CPU and Motherboard. Would you, if you don't mind, post or PM me with your BIOS settings for that OC?

Here is what I have achieved so far:

http://valid.canardpc.com/ijsaat

Thanks,

Mike

I fried my ram which nearly cost 200 dollars ( Mushkin Enhanced 1600 DDR3 ) I know you want to get a high overclock, but ask yourself this, can you afford the overclock you are seeking? Because if you can answer yes to replacing all your parts then I can help you, otherwise, you have a great cpu and a very good motherboard. Why risk breaking things? You have to understand, I am in eastern EU and this was dead winter, it was something like 2 degrees away from 0 C in my room, to achieve this I had to open all windows and balcony for 2 hours and wait tugged inside my bed like a burrito. I have learned 2 things from this 1. It is just a number, it has no real meaning, unless you plan on making a LN2 dewar with a cold-finger recycler to run gases through copper pipes under your cpu socket for constant temperature there is really no point, I understand a lot of hobbyists overclock to see who can get higher but you really need a lot of money and sometimes it just isn't worth it. I got my OC using nothing but a Thermaltake 2.0 Pro AIO, a bunch of fans and that vrm fan and a bunch of thermocouples (not that seeing a temp go up high would do me much good, it would just stress me even more ). And the second thing I have learned is, be happy with what you have, and your overclock is more than enough, but if you want a more *stable overclock* without going too high, use your bus also, a combination of bus and multiplier is how I got mines as you see bus 271 x multiplier 20. I am sorry it is not the answer you want, but I do not want a bunch of guys copying down my figures and breaking their systems and coming back blaming me that I somehow broke their setup. It has happened before, and I will not let it happen again. I am truly sorry. But I did give you a tip smile.gif

PS Just remember, when you increase the BUS, you also increase the North bridge, your ram frequency, your HT Link Speed and a bunch of other things, you may not want increased, it really is a sea-saw combination and you have to be VERY careful to pay attention to EVERY detail and check everything at least 4 times before you F10.

lots and lots of volts that is the key

i got mine to 5.5 mine was in mid summer iirc
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I would like to leave a tip about VRM cooling. I made this little doohickie out of a ram cooler which was just a waste of space really, but it did have a perfect 40mm fan with working LED and thermocouple so I stuck that bad boy in there. I provided a pic.



It helped me achieve this http://valid.x86.fr/1izwdb, as you can see I had to *upgrade my ram* as my mushkin was fried eggs-n-ham after that run and my psu was never the same and the gpu, well it was time to upgrade that as well smile.gif And yes I know about the RM850 recall, mines is a 1347 so I am in the safe zone, but for those that don't know and you own a Corsair RM750 or like me the RM850 you should read a recall notice from Corsair about a potential issue that may effect your PSU. Here is the link http://forum.corsair.com/v3/showthread.php?t=123484

my poor chip just won't do it past 5.2xx... I've tried even up to 1.65 vcore... no boot lol... even tried an in OS software OC and it just froze... oh well... I can at least run 4.8 ghz 24/7 for all situations... and up to 5 ghz for short stress tests and for all normal use... takes 1.62 vcore though... seems like my problems are memory related... but I can't figure out just what to do to stabilize it... but it will pass small ffts just fine even at only 1.55 vcore for 5ghz... but takes 1.62 to get it to pass even short times of blend on all 8 cores... but temps won't allow for longer testing... I can run 5.2 ghz @ 1.62 for benches.. short ones lol... any tips for this... I have a 120x360mm rad with six fans and an XSPC cooling block with same name pump and res so cooling isn't greatest... but isn't bad either.... I have tried upping the ram volts...droping them, lowering speed of ram and raising cpu/np volts and OC'ing cpu/nb as well...
post #6765 of 10135
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my poor chip just won't do it past 5.2xx... I've tried even up to 1.65 vcore... no boot lol... even tried an in OS software OC and it just froze... oh well... I can at least run 4.8 ghz 24/7 for all situations... and up to 5 ghz for short stress tests and for all normal use... takes 1.62 vcore though... seems like my problems are memory related... but I can't figure out just what to do to stabilize it... but it will pass small ffts just fine even at only 1.55 vcore for 5ghz... but takes 1.62 to get it to pass even short times of blend on all 8 cores... but temps won't allow for longer testing... I can run 5.2 ghz @ 1.62 for benches.. short ones lol... any tips for this... I have a 120x360mm rad with six fans and an XSPC cooling block with same name pump and res so cooling isn't greatest... but isn't bad either.... I have tried upping the ram volts...droping them, lowering speed of ram and raising cpu/np volts and OC'ing cpu/nb as well...

How is your CPU VDDA Voltage holding upwink.gif Has it changed any funny colors yet;) Lower HT link never hurt anyone, and are those ram timings lose as a goose yet? I don't know if that is a joke or not but I find it funny:o
Edited by rollobollo - 4/14/14 at 6:36pm
post #6766 of 10135
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Originally Posted by JourneymanMike View Post

Fantastic overclock, I have the same CPU and Motherboard. Would you, if you don't mind, post or PM me with your BIOS settings for that OC?

Here is what I have achieved so far:

http://valid.canardpc.com/ijsaat

Thanks,

Mike

Also wanted to ask you why is your ht link @ 2400, our chips are NB Frequency 2200 / HT Link 2600 also, and something tells me you might not be using load line calibration, if you are I apologize redface.gif
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Also wanted to ask you why is your ht link @ 2400, our chips are NB Frequency 2200 / HT Link 2600 also, and something tells me you might not be using load line calibration, if you are I apologize redface.gif

I wish I had the board here to look where the LLC is set. I just RMA'd it. Had problems with erratic temp readings on PCIe-2. Only thing is PCIe-2 is not occupied! mad.gif
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I would like to leave a tip about VRM cooling. I made this little doohickie out of a ram cooler which was just a waste of space really, but it did have a perfect 40mm fan with working LED and thermocouple so I stuck that bad boy in there. I provided a pic.



It helped me achieve this http://valid.x86.fr/1izwdb, as you can see I had to *upgrade my ram* as my mushkin was fried eggs-n-ham after that run and my psu was never the same and the gpu, well it was time to upgrade that as well smile.gif And yes I know about the RM850 recall, mines is a 1347 so I am in the safe zone, but for those that don't know and you own a Corsair RM750 or like me the RM850 you should read a recall notice from Corsair about a potential issue that may effect your PSU. Here is the link http://forum.corsair.com/v3/showthread.php?t=123484

my poor chip just won't do it past 5.2xx... I've tried even up to 1.65 vcore... no boot lol... even tried an in OS software OC and it just froze... oh well... I can at least run 4.8 ghz 24/7 for all situations... and up to 5 ghz for short stress tests and for all normal use... takes 1.62 vcore though... seems like my problems are memory related... but I can't figure out just what to do to stabilize it... but it will pass small ffts just fine even at only 1.55 vcore for 5ghz... but takes 1.62 to get it to pass even short times of blend on all 8 cores... but temps won't allow for longer testing... I can run 5.2 ghz @ 1.62 for benches.. short ones lol... any tips for this... I have a 120x360mm rad with six fans and an XSPC cooling block with same name pump and res so cooling isn't greatest... but isn't bad either.... I have tried upping the ram volts...droping them, lowering speed of ram and raising cpu/np volts and OC'ing cpu/nb as well...

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my poor chip just won't do it past 5.2xx... I've tried even up to 1.65 vcore... no boot lol... even tried an in OS software OC and it just froze... oh well... I can at least run 4.8 ghz 24/7 for all situations... and up to 5 ghz for short stress tests and for all normal use... takes 1.62 vcore though... seems like my problems are memory related... but I can't figure out just what to do to stabilize it... but it will pass small ffts just fine even at only 1.55 vcore for 5ghz... but takes 1.62 to get it to pass even short times of blend on all 8 cores... but temps won't allow for longer testing... I can run 5.2 ghz @ 1.62 for benches.. short ones lol... any tips for this... I have a 120x360mm rad with six fans and an XSPC cooling block with same name pump and res so cooling isn't greatest... but isn't bad either.... I have tried upping the ram volts...droping them, lowering speed of ram and raising cpu/np volts and OC'ing cpu/nb as well...

How is your CPU VDDA Voltage holding upwink.gif Has it changed any funny colors yet;) Lower HT link never hurt anyone, and are those ram timings lose as a goose yet? I don't know if that is a joke or not but I find it funny:o

you dont need to bump cpu vdda on saberkitty vcore, cpu/nb nb and really thats it, that is all i did, but on my other chip i hit 5.55 bench stable

http://hwbot.org/submission/2384963_

ill do it again some day, but back then bios vcore was capped at 1.7v
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mega man, how much did you up the nb to? I have been a bit nervous playing with other voltages than just vcore, and cpu/nb.... also, there are sooo many ram timing options, not sure which ones are best to fool with and how lol... I've mostly used stock timings for whatever speed its running.... that may be my problem.. who knows lol..
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Originally Posted by Minotaurtoo View Post

mega man, how much did you up the nb to? I have been a bit nervous playing with other voltages than just vcore, and cpu/nb.... also, there are sooo many ram timing options, not sure which ones are best to fool with and how lol... I've mostly used stock timings for whatever speed its running.... that may be my problem.. who knows lol..

Yea i also wana know.
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