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Hey dude sounds like to me a crappy factory solder job on the heat spreader..........Bummer weirdsmiley.gif

I've seen a lot of coretemp screenshots on the Internet that has similar result to mine. Except to those 3820 ES version that most 1st hand reviewers got.
Edited by lagur - 1/22/13 at 11:56pm
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I've seen a lot of coretemp screenshots on the Internet that has similar result to mine. Except to those 3820 ES version that most 1st hand reviewers got.

You mean one of these ? Its dead , bought a borked one of a 'mate' mad.gif

Okay swapped out the w/block and malay No2 chucked in Costarica 3820 I got lying around and a placed a EK HF supreme Full Nickel block on top with some Artic silver 5 paste . Dialled in 5016@2058dram@1.475vcore and prime 95 it on blend might need a reseat yet smile.gif Core 0 & Core 3 temps are the thinking.gif of a re app of tim or a different paste see how it goes . Trying to upload screener and P95 at same time not like tongue.gif post it later thumb.gif

Heres eailer screener
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Edited by HOMECINEMA-PC - 1/23/13 at 2:49am
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Hey Madman, isnt your Malay chip doing 5130Mhz with the same volts?
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Hey Madman, isnt your Malay chip doing 5130Mhz with the same volts?
Hell no geezer 5130@1.565vcore the malay did Haven't done those settings on that clock on this costa yet , so far that malay is a dog chip compared to the results the costa is giving me now lower vcore and temps heres a better screener 5016 better temps thumb.gif
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Hey guys, New to over-clocking and I have no ideal what to do, I have an Asus Formula IV mother board. I-7 3820 cpu, But I feel it's not cutting it, I want to over-clock it and it be very very stable, I spend 9-13 hours a day playing games, Games like Bf3 on ultra settings. I have a 360mm rad with push & pull fan system, XSPC water-block, The fans put out 60 cfm a piece. I'm looking for a clock that is 4.0Ghz+ can run very very stable, I don't know much, But I want a clock that is good for gaming and runs fine with no problems, I plan on using this cpu for another 3-4 years, So no crazy clock that will fry my cpu in a month, Heat is not a big deal I think, I use thermal paste and have a whole 360mm rad strapped to it . I also do alot of video editing, Some people told me I should use all the cores but I have no clue what their talking about, I just want a good over-all clock that will not harm my system to bad but also , Will have a pretty good performance increase, Hope you guys can help me!

You could start by setting BCLK and strap to 125 with CPU ratio at 36 for a 4.5 ghz overclock. Set vcore to 1.35 and raise when needed (or lower it if you're completely stable at that vcore). LLC medium or high, whichever works best for your setup. VCCSA may need a slight bump to 1.1, everything else should work fine on auto.
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Hey guys, New to over-clocking and I have no ideal what to do, I have an Asus Formula IV mother board. I-7 3820 cpu, But I feel it's not cutting it, I want to over-clock it and it be very very stable, I spend 9-13 hours a day playing games, Games like Bf3 on ultra settings. I have a 360mm rad with push & pull fan system, XSPC water-block, The fans put out 60 cfm a piece. I'm looking for a clock that is 4.0Ghz+ can run very very stable, I don't know much, But I want a clock that is good for gaming and runs fine with no problems, I plan on using this cpu for another 3-4 years, So no crazy clock that will fry my cpu in a month, Heat is not a big deal I think, I use thermal paste and have a whole 360mm rad strapped to it . I also do alot of video editing, Some people told me I should use all the cores but I have no clue what their talking about, I just want a good over-all clock that will not harm my system to bad but also , Will have a pretty good performance increase, Hope you guys can help me!

Watch this, detailed video instruction on how to overclock ASUS X79 boards
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kx2z07sFM2I
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Could do with a little help.

3820 in a rampage iv formula.
Overclocks well and have a stable 4.5ghz with 1.3volts. Ram is at 1666mhz 1.55volts

For the life of me i can't get a decent gflops result from Intelburn test. Only getting a pathetic 64gflops... What gives?

Ram is a few years old and is four gskill 1333 2gig sticks. Could that be causing the low gflops?

Thanks for any help.
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Could do with a little help.

3820 in a rampage iv formula.
Overclocks well and have a stable 4.5ghz with 1.3volts. Ram is at 1666mhz 1.55volts

For the life of me i can't get a decent gflops result from Intelburn test. Only getting a pathetic 64gflops... What gives?

Ram is a few years old and is four gskill 1333 2gig sticks. Could that be causing the low gflops?

Thanks for any help.

make sure you have service pack 1 install
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ok just realised I didnt have ALL of SP1 installed. problem solved. Thanks smile.gif
Edited by Wookieelover - 1/23/13 at 9:43pm
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no problem...if i helped rep me and i will return the favor smile.gif
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