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This has probably been asked 1000 times but I'm looking for direction in overclocking the fx 8120 with my sabortooth mobo, it's hard searching through all the threads on the site I don't know what's current or what's right for me so some guidence or links would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!
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whenever i run ibt, p95, occt, all the cores are stepping down in frequency; do any of you guys experienced this with 8150 + gigabyte990fx-ud5?
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This has probably been asked 1000 times but I'm looking for direction in overclocking the fx 8120 with my sabortooth mobo, it's hard searching through all the threads on the site I don't know what's current or what's right for me so some guidence or links would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!

Turn all the cpu power saving features (C1, C1E, C6, CC6, APM, Cool n' Quiet, etc.) and there should be no stepping or throttle on the cpu. Then if you like, disable turbo core and you should be able to start increasing multiplyer and fsb to overclock.

Edit: Also, make sure you have the latest bios for your motherboard. This might will probably increase stability of the chip.
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Here a screen shot of my sytem running BF3 at 4.9Ghz

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Hey guys whats up? I was tinkering (as usual) and fired up an old old pentium 4 with hyper threading that I had. Well as you all know this thing was pretty slow back in the day and even worse now as you could imagine! Well I installed VMware on my Phenom II and gave the VM 2 cores of the 4 and half the ram (8gb)and got it connected to the internet. The phenom with its VM and the Pentium are connected to same router/modem so I used Remote Desktop on the Pentium and connected to the VM's ip address (not the main rigs ip) the main rig has a 990fx fatal1ty mobo with 2 network cards so thats how the ip's are separate I believe? Well it connected right up and now the Pentium is like a freakin Phenom II X2 555 and its overclocked to 4.1ghz. It is crazy as hell but the only thing limiting me is the 100mbps nic on the physical pentium machine as opposed to the 2XGigabit nic's on the Phenom II. For the heck of it I ran cine 11.5 and scored a 2.1 haha but thats HIGHER than the pentium by about double if memory serves me correctly. Now my Phenom II @ 4.1ghz by itself with all 4 cores only scores 4.7-4.9 in cinebench so even with the old skool NIC on the Pentium it is nearly half so thats pretty accurate!

Ok my whole point of this is soon as i get my money im going buuuuulllldozzzer!! I hang out in here so much you all probably thought I had one. I imagine this little project that I have going would be SO much smoother with an 8 core and that is what i am gonna do. Just curious of what you guys think and has anyone ever done something like this? I am typing from my "Phentium" hybrid right now and it is running great! Guaranteed with some opterons on a dual socket board and a really good router/switch and some old outdated machines with gigabit NIC's in them could make SEVERAL nice running machines ALL separate from each other. Is this a dumb idea?

forgot to mention that both sets of keyboards and mice (one set hooked to phenom machine and one set hooked to pentium machine) function independently and also the sound. hdmi going from phenom machine to Big screen tv and desktop speakers hooked to pentium (in remote desktop there is option on which machine to play sound on)

ok im done hope you guys enjoyed and maybe I gave yall some ideas. It sure was fun and I cant wait to get my FX!
    
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Question on Voltage and LLC of CPU and CPU/NB. Playing around with my FX8150 I have had it stable at 4.68(18x260)Ghz for 8hrs on OCCT. I have my Vcore set at 1.525 and CPU/NB at 1.4, with LLC both set to High for both CPU and CPU/NB. Now OCCT shows a max vcore of 1.5V, so I've dropped my vcore to 1.4875 and cpu/nb to 1.375. So now OCCT is showing vcore max of 1.46v. I'm going to run it for 8hrs and see if it remains stable. If it does should I leave it as is or is it better to decrease my vcore to 1.46v and up my LLC to Ultra or Extreme? Temps are at 37-40oC on Cores and 47oC on CPU.
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Hello there all, Names nate and am new to OC.net. Really though i have been browsing these forums for sometime reading very useful information on how to get my Bulldozer on it's perfect setup, So here's my links and hope you add me onto the list!
OCN: Natesters93
CPU: Fx-4100 Bulldozer( Zambezi)
MB: Biostar 990fxe extreme edition
link validation: http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2188367

http://www.overclock.net/t/1139726/amd-fx-bulldozer-owners-club
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Also, if anyone needs info on my voltages/Timings/ etc, just ask and i possibly can help if anyone has a biostar board their using!
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Turn all the cpu power saving features (C1, C1E, C6, CC6, APM, Cool n' Quiet, etc.) and there should be no stepping or throttle on the cpu. Then if you like, disable turbo core and you should be able to start increasing multiplyer and fsb to overclock.

Edit: Also, make sure you have the latest bios for your motherboard. This might will probably increase stability of the chip.

There is no reason to turn off cool and quiet, c6, c1. These power saving features have NO effect on stability, only thing they do is reduce the cpu voltage and mutipier at idle/light load. With them turned off you will not only use alot more power at the oulet, but your cpu will run much hotter.
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Turn all the cpu power saving features (C1, C1E, C6, CC6, APM, Cool n' Quiet, etc.) and there should be no stepping or throttle on the cpu. Then if you like, disable turbo core and you should be able to start increasing multiplyer and fsb to overclock.
Edit: Also, make sure you have the latest bios for your motherboard. This might will probably increase stability of the chip.
There is no reason to turn off cool and quiet, c6, c1. These power saving features have NO effect on stability, only thing they do is reduce the cpu voltage and mutipier at idle/light load. With them turned off you will not only use alot more power at the oulet, but your cpu will run much hotter.

just tried this with new Bios update from Biostar on my MB. It does recognize the low power state now and full load states properly with HPC(High performance computing on BIOS Screen). May be different with other motherboards, just verifying it does recognize properly on Biostar 990FXE Extreme edition with Bios Update!
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Edit: Also, make sure you have the latest bios for your motherboard. This might will probably increase stability of the chip.
There is no reason to turn off cool and quiet, c6, c1. These power saving features have NO effect on stability, only thing they do is reduce the cpu voltage and mutipier at idle/light load. With them turned off you will not only use alot more power at the oulet, but your cpu will run much hotter.

The reason I said this is because they asked about the stepping and overclocking. Usually when someone is overclocking they do not want power saving features in order to get more performance. I did not say anything about it increasing stability.

I am not sure what point you are trying to make but I was just helping them out. They asked and I answered with my solution. It works for me and maybe it will work for them.

Also, to do the above is the best way to get started for overclocking. Also, you do want to disable these things because some of them cause the cpu to throttle when under full load and thats what the one guy was talking about. Some people like myself do not like the cpu multiplyer to be lowered.
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