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Maybe if you have the pump turned off ;P

;pppp funny guy.

Dont talk unless you know what you are talking about. XDD
 
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post #10492 of 67337
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The ASUS 144hz monitor is awesome for FPS games. I really like it. If you are picky about colors though, it may not be for you.

Sea

No surprise. Asus makes good motherboards not so good monitors. I have a top of the line high contrast Samsung LED monitor now. Colors are great. The only problem is I don't see any Samsung high refresh rate monitors. I'll continue to look. I know this is a bit off topic.
post #10493 of 67337
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;pppp funny guy.

Dont talk unless you know what you are talking about. XDD
lol I would never dream of it
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post #10494 of 67337
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Hmmm I was hoping it would be like my 4100 and reach 4.2 without volt changes lol oh well guess only one way to tell is get some hands on it smile.gif

Looking forward to your results. It should do pretty decent with Push/Pull high flow fans.
post #10495 of 67337
Well I have tried everything I can think of (limited knowledge though smile.gif) to push my 8350 over 4.4
without any real luck. At least after flashing to the beta bios on my 990FX-GD80 I can set a
slightly higher VCORE and not worry about CC.

Really wanted to hit 4.6/4.7 for 24x7

Any other suggestions of things worth checking/trying?

Don't understand why people with essentially the same set-up can, I can not mad.gifbiggrin.gif
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Well I have tried everything I can think of (limited knowledge though smile.gif) to push my 8350 over 4.4
without any real luck. At least after flashing to the beta bios on my 990FX-GD80 I can set a
slightly higher VCORE and not worry about CC.

Really wanted to hit 4.6/4.7 for 24x7

Any other suggestions of things worth checking/trying?

Don't understand why people with essentially the same set-up can, I can not mad.gifbiggrin.gif

What voltage are you setting it to in bios?
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1.48
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1.48

At 100% load on all 8 cores you will have .07 volts of v-droop ( if yours is like most GD-80's). You will need to set it at 1.55 volts using CC to end up at 1.48 loaded , this should be plenty to get the 4.7 ghz you want , IF you have the cooling to do so. Also make sure that you have good airflow over the VRMS if you are willing to risk it smile.gif
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post #10499 of 67337
Thanks again for your speedy help cssokinman, I have closed water loop on the CPU but have been thinking about additional fans and perhaps active chipset cooling.

And yes, after your last advice, found I did have the 0.7 vdroop.

Stability is really my first priority, perhaps I'm asking too much and should be happy with 4.4, still .4 over stock smile.gif
post #10500 of 67337
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Thanks again for your speedy help cssokinman, I have closed water loop on the CPU but have been thinking about additional fans and perhaps active chipset cooling.

And yes, after your last advice, found I did have the 0.7 vdroop.

Stability is really my first priority, perhaps I'm asking too much and should be happy with 4.4, still .4 over stock smile.gif

No problem, us MSI guys have to stick together thumb.gif
With these boards, it's all about understanding the amount of Vdroop they give because of no option for LLC. It's really not a huge deal to me , just takes a little more finesse to get the most out of your processor.

My suggestion is to run OCCT at your 4.4 ghz overclock and pay attention to the graphs it produces. Then if your temps are in check * i really dont like to go over 55 C to be honest - opinions vary however* then you can up your voltage and try for higher clock speeds . The graph that shows Vcore should let you know how much Vdroop you are getting. Then compensate for that in you settings in CC.
Good luck
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