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So anyone wanna take over this club? I straight up don't have time to maintain it anymore. (life/school/etc got in the way)

 

PM me if you are interested, and I'll get a mod to change the OP.

 

Actually I think I got it.

 

List updated by the way. Added 34 peoples


Edited by reflex99 - 10/19/12 at 11:21pm
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Should put list up of what clock speeds people are getting, gotta try beat the people ahead of you
post #6483 of 8112
What results u have with your combo ??
post #6484 of 8112
I'm trying to get 4.7-4.8GHz, what voltages do I have to increase other than CPU voltage? I can boot to windows but fail in stress testing.
post #6485 of 8112
Hi ya,

NB and NB-CPU are voltages that like a bit more juice at higher clocks.
!.25 - 1.3 V seems to do the trick. At least for me. Experiment a bit, but be sure to keep them in the safe zones.
Got myself a 4170 to replace my 4100 (bad / high VID one: 1.4125 stock).
The new beast roared at 4.8 GHz with 1.428 / 1.440 (LLC couldn't make it's mind up).
Now it's just waiting for a new motherboard. My M5A99X EVO died. Waterdamage, lol.
The replacement had faulty VRM's so now I'm waiting for a new board, and I'll be going with a Sabertooth this time.
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Thats what I have NB at right now. What about NB/PCIe/PLL Voltage? Normal or Auto is 1.8, should I bump that up any? Also what is the best setting for LLC? Medium, Ultra-High, or Extreme? I know my Intel liked it on medium.
post #6487 of 8112
My experience overclocking bulldozer is limited to Asus boards and their sleek efi bios.
And compairing your Intel board (Asus Maximus: enthusiast grade) with your Gigabyte UD3 (mainstream) is like compairing pears to apples - esp. since the pear is AMD and the apple Intel.
Overclocking a modern intel K processor, I'd Imagine, Is just upping the cpu multiplier and finding the right Vcore for it. With the Bulldozer there's a lot more fun to be had: pure multiplier or pure bus or (my favorite) a mix of the two. Just keep an eye on all speeds affected by your bus increase (CPU, RAM, HTT etc.) and keep them in line.
But enough of that. LLC for your UD3 I'd keep in the medium/high, and then just the CPU and CPU-NB, with the rest to auto.
Then just try it out, while running something like HWmonitor or HWinfo64 to see how the voltages react under stress testing (Prime95 is an easy way to stress and test stability).
Good luck.
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Not really essential to this thread, but all the same: maybe good to know.

While my Sabertooth mobo is still on it's way, I had a. some time on my hands to tinker with my new watercooling setup and b. a presumed cassualty of war, my M5A99X-EVO board.

An Alphacool rotary 45 degrees fitting I had on my Raystorm cpu block wasn't that rotary and unscrewed itself and subjected my mobo to some torture (waterboarding wink.gif ). There was no power on the board at the time, but for the CMOS battery, and that was subject to a few drops as well.

In hindsight, I should have tried what I did tonight earlier, but he: we live and learn. Mobo's are tough buggers or my M5A99X-EVO just earned the nick Ghesus.

I cleared the CMOS - jumper and the old school tried and true method of removing the battery. I had to do it a few times and on it's first load up into Windows it was still groggy from it's resurection, but, to qoute Dr. Frankenstein: It's alive!

I know someone looking for a new system, and while I'm not certain of Ghesus' stability yet, I think I might have a good deal for him.

So to sum up what I've learned: if all else fails, clear CMOS and try again. You might be surprised thumb.gif
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ya i saw that earlier. Still waiting for the official reviews sometime around midnight EST/CST
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