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ha I will be one of only 3 people on OCN with an fx-8350!! just need to actually install windows on my new rig, (still using my old one) and I will apply right away!

got my proof here!
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ha I will be one of only 3 people on OCN with an fx-8350!! just need to actually install windows on my new rig, (still using my old one) and I will apply right away!

Heh, look at the op of the right thread. redface.gif
Edited by KyadCK - 12/10/12 at 5:48pm
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ha I will be one of only 3 people on OCN with an fx-8350!! just need to actually install windows on my new rig, (still using my old one) and I will apply right away!

there are more than 3 people with that cpu, u are in the wrong thread, you should look in this one instead tho

http://www.overclock.net/t/1318995/official-fx-8320-fx-8350-vishera-owners-club
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If you leave Turbo enabled, it will always try to run the Turbo Frequency. On the FX 8150 it will Turbo up to 3.9Ghz on all cores. So if you overclock it to 4.5Ghz with Turbo on, it will operate at 3.9Ghz
Here's the steps for you.
- Disable Turbo - save and restart.
- (back in BIOS) you'll find that your vCore is way lower now. (1.3-ish instead of 1.4)
- set your overclock frequency using the CPU Multi
- you should be able to run 4.2Ghz at around 1.38v. try to keep the voltage as low as possible, with still having stability.

thanks bro, gonna try this
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Edited by TheRealDeal51 - 12/11/12 at 7:07am
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thanks bro, gonna try this

@ EliteReplay any luck on trying those settings?
post #6867 of 8112
i was wondering some things... sometimes, to cool my cpu, i enable de c6 state, c1e too.... but i dont know if cool and quiet should be enabled too... will that make my overclock unstable?

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i was wondering some things... sometimes, to cool my cpu, i enable de c6 state, c1e too.... but i dont know if cool and quiet should be enabled too... will that make my overclock unstable?
currently at 4.7ghz

Some say aye, some say nay. I guess it's all down to the program your running and how sensitive it's to changing clocks speeds (though, can't think of an example).

CnQ clocks the corespeed down, with lower voltages for each stage, so maybe that could *cause* instability, though it only clocks down on very low cpu-load...

I say aye to OC and CnQ
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I usually leave all of those on. especially CnQ. I don't need my CPU run at 4500MHz all the time.
You can trace if they make it unstable fairly easy. Switch them on one by one, and check stability smile.gif
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I always turn CNQ back on once I know I have a stable overclock. I think the reason on disabling for stress testing is to make sure the cpu does not step down.
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