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Has anybody successfully overclocked the FX 8150 up to 5.0 Ghz and booted into windows? If you have been close, what motherboard where you using and what did you have the bus and voltage set to?

I have gone to 5.1ghz and booted windows wouldn't run prime 95 stable would drop 2 cores, but would run cinebench 11.5 64bit just fine.

runs 5ghz stable at 1.50vcore, but its a powerplant i drop if off to 4.6ghz and drop the voltage to 1.375 for my daily clocks.
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As you can see hear that I am cinebench stable at 5.25Ghz. I was able to do this with 1.5625v vcore and extreme on LLC. The max temps did not go over 40C. I was getting some outstanding temps last night. The temps are not the problem for me. I am concerned about the volts.

Actually I think the temps played a big role in getting me to boot into windows and run cinebench at this clock. Before I tried these settings at 260Mhz X 20.0 = 5200Mhz with vcore at 1.6 and llc at ultra high and I could not get cinebench stable. Last night I could with lower voltage. I have to believe that this is due to the temps because that is the only thing that changed.

As you can see, the temps are not a problem for me. I have pushed 1.64v through my 8120 a couple times since I have had it but I am a little nervous to go any higher. In order to do that I have to disable the overvolt protection. This is the only thing I am concerned about.

Obviously this is the highest score I have been able to obtain in cinebench with this chip. It is still not a 100% stable yet either. I can get 5.1Ghz stable but not higher yet. If I could increase the voltage to 1.625v with LLC at ultra high then there should be no problem. Once I found out that I could now run cinebench at 5.2Ghz without it crashing I realized that the temps have a lot to do with it.

Just to let you guys know too that my chip usually crashes before the temps get too high. My socket temp has never been passed 62C. Temps are not the problem that I am having right now. I would like to take my chip to 5.5Ghz+ but in order to do that I would have to increase voltage a lot.

I realized that the colder your chip is the less voltage you need for higher clock speeds. I should be getting the same kind of temps tonight as well. I will try to increase my voltage above 1.6v but no higher than 1.65v. I will definitely be able to get 5.25Ghz stable on prime and maybe even higher depending on the temps.

As for the question above. There are many people who have 5.0+Ghz stable. My proof is in this post on a ASUS Crosshair V Formula mobo. I have also been able to get mine stable at 5.1Ghz running prime.

Let me know if you guys have any suggestions or concerns.
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AMD overdrive and coretemp show the same temp for me so I guess the 90° tjmax on FX-6100 is correct.
The max my cores have ever been under synthetic load is low 50's and socket temp of 64°.
I know the amd spec sheet says 70° for 6100-4100, and 61° for 8 series. so is that socket temp?
They have given us to many temps for these dang things doh.gif

Anybody who reports a physical chip temperature based on core temp is making things up. That's because AMD and Intel keep their max operating temperature a secret. That means that the offset between core temp and physical die temp is secret too.
All anybody can do is guess and that's what the coretemp authors do in the case of Intel (for AMD they just report the raw value.). Yes, it's probably 20-ish degrees. But it's futile to think about it. Who cares? Core temp tells you when you're running at the manufacturer's specified maximum temp, that's all you need to know.
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Without cooling on the back of my socket behind the board and before I added VRM cooling, the chip would throttle itself back when the socket hit 70 at which point Coretemp was reporting 62.

After adding VRM cooling and a fan behind the socket, on the same settings as before I hit about 61 on the socket and 56 on the Coretemp.

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So have we figured out how far and with what voltages we can push these guy's on water/air?
I think I'm about as far as I can go right now, until we know more about what these cpu's can do on water/air. I'm at 4.7Ghz 261x18 with my 1600 mhz ram at 1746. cpu/nb and HT at 2618.(these values are what system runs at. little higher than set in uefi)

Here are all of my settings

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So have we figured out how far and with what voltages we can push these guy's on water/air?
I think I'm about as far as I can go right now, until we know more about what these cpu's can do on water/air. I'm at 4.7Ghz 261x18 with my 1600 mhz ram at 1746. cpu/nb and HT at 2618.(these values are what system runs at. little higher than set in uefi)

We know plenty about these chips so far. You should be able to take vcore up to 1.55v safely as long you watch temps. This has been done by many BD owners. There are tons of posts in this thread that show proof. If I were you I would read threw this thread and catch up on the BD talk. There are many useful things in this thread that should be known by every BD owner. Check it out. There are plenty of people taken there voltage to 1.6v too. I wouldn't go higher than that if I were you if you didn't want to fry your chip.

I have taken my 8120 to 1.64v. Anything over 1.6v on air or water, I dont recommend. I would talk to elgappo more about this seeing that he has burnt up one or two BD's.

I have been able to get mine stable at 260Mhz X 19.5 = 5070Mhz. This is the best performance for my chip. I have also ran cinebench at 260MHz X 20.0 = 5200MHz. I had to set voltage to 1.5625v with LLC at extreme.

Highest I set my 8120 to:

CPU - 1.64v
cpu/nb - 1.5v
nb - 1.3v (Once I set nb to 1.5v on accident, was fine, just gave me a warning)
ht - 1.325v
Edited by mikezachlowe2004 - 1/4/12 at 7:54pm
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^^^^ I've read the entire thread. been an FX owner since november. I'm not concerned with the CPU it's self per say. guess I should have been more specific.
I'm talking about the NB and HT and RAM. At this point I want to tweak every bit out of this thing I can.
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^^^^ I've read the entire thread. been an FX owner since november. I'm not concerned with the CPU it's self per say. guess I should have been more specific.
I'm talking about the NB and HT and RAM. At this point I want to tweak every bit out of this thing I can.

Oh okay yeah. I dont know what kind of ram you have but I have been able to overclock mine to 2200Mhz with FSB at 275Mhz and DRAM set at 1866Mhz. I have done tons of testing with different cpu/nb and ht link frequencies and neither show any considerable gains in performance. But there is a difference in stability. I have noticed that if you keep the cpu/nb within 2200-2900Mhz and the HT link within 2200-3000Mhz then your system should be pretty stable. I have tried max cpu/nb with max ht and min cpu/nb with min ht and max cpu/nb with min ht and min cpu/nb with max ht and everything in between with different fsb clocks at 200, 225, 250, 260, and 275Mhz. There is no considerable difference with any of them. I did notice when cpu/nb gets above 2800Mhz that the system becomes unstable. The ht didn't become unstable until about 3200Mhz but reallly there is not difference. I have found that the most stable best performance that I could get out of my system is this:

FSB - 260Mhz
Multi - 19.5
CPU - 5070Mhz
CPU/NB - 2600Mhz
HT Link - 2860Mhz
DRAM - 2080Mhz

Although I do like my ram running at 2200Mhz and I get a Windoes index score of 7.9 with memory but I do have to loosen timing up a little but with 2080 I do not. Also fsb and system becomes less stable at 275Mhz than at 260Mhz so thats why I keep settings above. Very stable system with these settings. I will post my results with different cpu/nb, fsb and ht clocks. There is a lot of stuff so it will take a little bit but I will get them up.
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My GOD! As much as I love AMD and eventually getting an FX cpu, this was too funny. Please don't let SOPA take away our internetz!
    
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