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@ OZZY, i know why . . . Gigabyte.
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post #2012 of 2790
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@ OZZY, i know why . . . Gigabyte.

IDK either and is even cooler as Hexacore(socket 42C) than quadcore (50C) ....
    
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post #2013 of 2790
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Ran for a total of 12.37 seconds before the system black screened.

after going over the specs of your motherboard, i'm sorry to tell you that the board is not meant to run the zosma unlock.

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IDK either and is even cooler as Hexacore(socket 42C) than quadcore (50C) ....

your board on the otherhand depends on what revision you have. here they are currently discussing that board . . .

http://www.overclock.net/t/1318995/official-fx-8320-fx-8350-vishera-owners-club/520#post_18451761

you can try the following steps if you can find these items in your bios for 4GHZ. . .

1. Set the bios to default setting
2. Disable Turbo, C1E, and Cool & Quiet
3. Set Multiplier or CPU Ratio to 20
4. Set CPU Vcore to 1.4v (add 0.01v if needed up until it boots)

For Hex

5. Up the vcore by 0.02 from previous value (Quad)
6. Unlock Core

anyway, i downgraded from 360mm rad to 120mm rad and my load temp went up by only 2C. the 120, though, is a better brand . . .



cpu vcore is set at 1.40v.
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post #2014 of 2790
mmm I have revision 1.2(I think? how do i know what exactly revision do I have?) BIOS version F7C
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mmm I have revision 1.2(I think? how do i know what exactly revision do I have?) BIOS version F7C

nvm. yours is a 970, but from my experience with Gigabyte, they tend to change the labels in bios, which makes it complicated to overclockers. see if you can get 4GHz following the steps i posted earlier.
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ok I'll try it later! ty man
    
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after going over the specs of your motherboard, i'm sorry to tell you that the board is not meant to run the zosma unlock.

Well it was the best I could get, and it does have the 960T listed on the manual as one of the supported CPUs for unlocking and overclocking. I'm trying to get an ASRock 970 Extreme4 or 990FX of some kind. Hopefully with one of those it will run more stable.

Oh yeah, and at 4.0GHz everything except Prime95 runs fine. I managed to make it through both the PassMark 7 and 3DMark Vantage benchmarking suites.

PassMark gave it 7,468 points.
3DMark gave it P19754.
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Well it was the best I could get, and it does have the 960T listed on the manual as one of the supported CPUs for unlocking and overclocking. I'm trying to get an ASRock 970 Extreme4 or 990FX of some kind. Hopefully with one of those it will run more stable.
Oh yeah, and at 4.0GHz everything except Prime95 runs fine. I managed to make it through both the PassMark 7 and 3DMark Vantage benchmarking suites.
PassMark gave it 7,468 points.
3DMark gave it P19754.

you should be fine. i have good experience using biostar, so i went with it for my intel rig. i have an am2+ biostar rocking a tri-core that handles Autocad Inventor without issue.

You can apply these things over the mosfets to keep them cool if you want . . .

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835708012
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you should be fine. i have good experience using biostar, so i went with it for my intel rig. i have an am2+ biostar rocking a tri-core that handles Autocad Inventor without issue.
You can apply these things over the mosfets to keep them cool if you want . . .
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835708012

This being my first experience with Biostar I was rather displeased. Considering though that it was a $50 board it's put up with all of my shenanigans, but as you know the mosfets get extremely hot. I keep the back panel of my case off so I can have a fan pointed at them at all times.

I've been looking into getting those exact heatsinks for them for awhile, just haven't had the time or the money for it yet.
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This being my first experience with Biostar I was rather displeased. Considering though that it was a $50 board it's put up with all of my shenanigans, but as you know the mosfets get extremely hot. I keep the back panel of my case off so I can have a fan pointed at them at all times.
I've been looking into getting those exact heatsinks for them for awhile, just haven't had the time or the money for it yet.

You would have better results with a Biostar T-Series board, as those are the ones intended for overclocking.... thumb.gif
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