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Good results everyone. Getting a little closer with mine:

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post #112 of 2790
Done it! OK not by much but my aim was to hit just over 4Ghz for this run anyway

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2187877 8)
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post #113 of 2790
Jelly of all of your guys CPU temps.

Prime 95 temp 58c with 4cores @ 3.8ghz with s1283 mad.gif
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Reading this thread makes me want to buy a 960T for a build for my brother. He wants a fairly modern computer and I was going to do a 2500K and a P67 combo.
The 2500K from newegg is 209.99 and a refurbished Asus P8P67 for 71.49 from geeks.com for a total of 281.18.
The 960T with its high unlock rate looks very attractive costing 109.99 at newegg after promo code and a refurbished Asus Crosshair III 790FX geeks.com cost 87.99 for a total of 197.98. Or if I want to go all out with one of the best AMD AM3+ the Crosshair V for 149.99 (refurb) at geeks making it 259.98.
A lot to think about.
Edit:
Or get the ASUS M4A88T-V EVO for 55.19 making the total 165.18. If the ASUS 880G M4A88T-V EVO is anuthing like my old Asus 785G M4A785TD-V EVO (which both boards look identical) it should clock the 960T to 4.0 no problem. I got my old 1055T X6 to 4.0 on my old 785 chipset with a little tweaking.
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1787767

I would go for the ASUS Crosshair V 990FX (AM3+) board, as I sold my Crosshair IV to a friend and picked up the V during Newegg's Black Friday sales for $50 off plus a $30 mail-in rebate. I am very happy with it, as it works great with the 1100T, has an excellent layout IMO (RAM is well-placed as are the PCI-e x16 slots). I have been running mostly ASUS boards ever since I did my first build (bought an AMD FX51 the day it was released and paired it with an X800XTPE) and have yet to have any arrive DOA or even have to RMA a board; maybe I'm lucky, but I think that qualifies as "very high quality".

When I did my 1100T build, I really considered going with Intel due to Sandy Bridge, but the increased price wasn't worth the performance difference to me (or the fact that Intel changes socket every new chip). I am pleased with knowing that having an AM3+ board means I can upgrade to Bulldozer or Piledriver when that mess gets sorted out, while had I gone Intel I would have to buy an all-new CPU AND MoBo, which I'd rather not.

I have built a number of gaming PC's over the years, but I am fortunate to have a friend who is far more knowledgeable on the subject than myself, so while I could probably go at it alone, he has saved me countless hours of reading reviews and forums and the like (especially regarding water cooling... I was so afraid of it at first, but he stepped up and helped me make the plunge, and now I'm hooked!).

Regarding the 960T: after seeing it in action in my girlfriend's (prefab) PC, I am impressed... Enough so that I am considering it for a Home Theater PC build in the near future... Worst case, I get a great quad-core Phenom II.... Best case, I get an overclocked six-core Phenom for $100... Win-Win.

When it comes to "budget" gaming PC's, AMD has got the market IMO... Especially because, even though the prices may be "budget", the performance is most definitely NOT!
   
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His HDD temp isn't bad. Anything under 35C is considered cool for a HD.

Yeah its good, I have a 120MM fan blowing cool air right at it so it should stay cool, and I have good air flow aswell.
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I would go for the ASUS Crosshair V 990FX (AM3+) board, as I sold my Crosshair IV to a friend and picked up the V during Newegg's Black Friday sales for $50 off plus a $30 mail-in rebate. I am very happy with it, as it works great with the 1100T, has an excellent layout IMO (RAM is well-placed as are the PCI-e x16 slots). I have been running mostly ASUS boards ever since I did my first build (bought an AMD FX51 the day it was released and paired it with an X800XTPE) and have yet to have any arrive DOA or even have to RMA a board; maybe I'm lucky, but I think that qualifies as "very high quality".
When I did my 1100T build, I really considered going with Intel due to Sandy Bridge, but the increased price wasn't worth the performance difference to me (or the fact that Intel changes socket every new chip). I am pleased with knowing that having an AM3+ board means I can upgrade to Bulldozer or Piledriver when that mess gets sorted out, while had I gone Intel I would have to buy an all-new CPU AND MoBo, which I'd rather not.
I have built a number of gaming PC's over the years, but I am fortunate to have a friend who is far more knowledgeable on the subject than myself, so while I could probably go at it alone, he has saved me countless hours of reading reviews and forums and the like (especially regarding water cooling... I was so afraid of it at first, but he stepped up and helped me make the plunge, and now I'm hooked!).
Regarding the 960T: after seeing it in action in my girlfriend's (prefab) PC, I am impressed... Enough so that I am considering it for a Home Theater PC build in the near future... Worst case, I get a great quad-core Phenom II.... Best case, I get an overclocked six-core Phenom for $100... Win-Win.
When it comes to "budget" gaming PC's, AMD has got the market IMO... Especially because, even though the prices may be "budget", the performance is most definitely NOT!

Don't go with the 990FX chipset for unlocking processors! I've had two different boards. Gigabyte 990FX UD3 and Asus Sabertooth 990FX and both had a problem with windows when using core unlocker. Tons of other people have had the same problem just search for more information on this. Grab yourself a 790X or 890X and you'll be good to go. I personally recommend the Crosshair IV because with a simple Bios update it can support AM3+ but without the update you can unlock these processors no problem. (At this point we are not certain whether it's a bios problem or an actual chipset problem with the 990FX chipset that causes these issues)
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Also, I figured out that 241 seems to be the best bus speed to use (for me anyways) because I have memory @ 1600mhz so I can set the multi for the ram to 6.66x and my speed only increases by 6 and I don't have to increase voltage. (If I stuck with 8.00x Multi I would have to change it)
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Don't go with the 990FX chipset for unlocking processors! I've had two different boards. Gigabyte 990FX UD3 and Asus Sabertooth 990FX and both had a problem with windows when using core unlocker. Tons of other people have had the same problem just search for more information on this. Grab yourself a 790X or 890X and you'll be good to go. I personally recommend the Crosshair IV because with a simple Bios update it can support AM3+ but without the update you can unlock these processors no problem. (At this point we are not certain whether it's a bios problem or an actual chipset problem with the 990FX chipset that causes these issues)

Oh, wow, I am so sorry! doh.gif I honestly had no idea that there was an issue with the 990FX chipset! I have an 1100T so I never had to unlock anything, I just figured that the Crosshair V would give the best "future-proof-ness" of the bunch. frown.gif

In that case, I can heartily recommend the Crosshair IV!! It was an awesome motherboard, and I never had any issues with overclocking, with RAM speed/timing, or anything else... It'll take anything you can throw at it, and then spit it back out and say "that's all you got?" wink.gif I can't speak to the Gigabyte boards in terms of quality, but I trust ASUS.

Your mileage, as always, may vary. I apologize for the mistake.
   
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my 960T is unlocked to 1600T(6 cores) and have no problems on Sabertooth mobo
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my 960T is unlocked to 1600T(6 cores) and have no problems on Sabertooth mobo

How high were you able to clock that 960T on all 6 cores. I have a 960T that wouldn't unlock with the release bios, so I am using a 6100 in my Sabertooth running at 4200 MHz - kind of thinking I might be better of seeing if the 960T will unlock with the newer bios and using it instead of the 6100.
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8320 ASUS Sabertooth 990FX GTS 450 G.Skill 1600 ECO 1.35V 4x4 GB 
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SSD's - 2 Crucial M4's - 2 Plextor M3S's - 2 Ki... Samsung Corsair H60 Dell U2711, Dell 2407 
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