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Coming directly from the CPU area. It is producing these sounds erratically, however once I load all cores it turns into a hissing sound.

Really sounds like cap/regulator noise, which board?
post #1232 of 67344
was wondering if the cpu vdda voltage would allow more multipiers, but i could not get an answer to that question. it more a case of how much is a "safe" voltage incress and would it make the multipier any higher?
    
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was wondering if the cpu vdda voltage would allow more multipiers, but i could not get an answer to that question. it more a case of how much is a "safe" voltage incress and would it make the multipier any higher?

I don't have my 8350 yet to check if it helps yet, everyone else who could check seems to be asleep already.

edit: I did some digging and I have seen people push vdda up to 2.6ish volts on 5ghz oc's on 8150s, so it very well may help on pd too.
Edited by endevite - 10/27/12 at 12:50am
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Hey guys, I've been reading through all of the posts (skimming for the most part tongue.gif). What I haven't seen is people aren't using VDDA voltage settings. For my fx8150, upping this voltage from 2.2 to 2.5 was what allowed me to stabilize my overclock from 4.5-4.7 ghz with only 2 voltage notch increases. Before with VDDA at 2.2v, prime95 failed no matter what voltage I pump into the chip, with VDDA at 2.5v, it ran prime95 for 24 hrs with 1.428v under load.
http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/printpage/Understanding-All-Voltage-Configurations-from-the-Motherboard/995
was where I got the definition for VDDA. Seeing how most of us are doing multi overclocking, this should be relevant.
Getting this chip once NCIX stocks them, best off luck to all of you guys who have a fun filled weekend tongue.gif
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Holy crap, thanks for this! I'll try it out as soon as I get back into Windows.

Oh, hai from an Ubuntu Live USB lachen.gif
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Damm it, I screwed up, think I should of stay with Intel as I end up with a split system with half AMD and Nvidia.
Maybe I should send the FX-8320 back and suffer a 15% restock fee on the CPU and the motherboard?
I don't know much about AMD, I am still keen, but the GFX card I cannot send back to the other retalier I got it from at this stage.

No, with a simple multiplayer overclock you can get the 8320 TI 8350 frequency. They use the same cooler, so you don't have to worry about temps.

I can't even tell you the amount of awesome you will experience when you put together the AMD system. The Q9550 is a good chip no doubt, but the fx8320/50 is a better chip.
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I fell alseep and now I'm awake again xD.

I'm trying VDDA bumped over 2.5(that was my stock), goin up two bumps. I *really* was 4.7 GHZ but right now I'm at 4.62 with an H60. Not bad!
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I fell alseep and now I'm awake again xD.
I'm trying VDDA bumped over 2.5(that was my stock), goin up two bumps. I *really* was 4.7 GHZ but right now I'm at 4.62 with an H60. Not bad!

Sitting at 2.6 then? I can list a few other voltages people were using on CHV's on the 8150's for 5ghz oc's if you want.

Edit: here I'll just paste them now. (Be aware that I do not know the safe limits on these)

8150@5ghz on a CHV rog w/ H100 cooling push/pull
VDD PCIE Voltage 1.11300 V
VDDR Voltage 1.20575 V
DRAM VREFDQ 0.5 V
DRAM VREFCA 0.5 V
DRAM VREFCA CPU 0.5 V
VDDA Voltage 2.6 V
NB HT Voltage 1.25 V
SB Voltage 1.113 V
NB 1.8V Voltage 1.80200 V

Edit 2: More info
CPU/BusPEG Freq. 250 MHz
CPU Voltage 1.50 V
CPU/NB Voltage 1.30 V
DRAM Voltage 1.50 V
Edited by endevite - 10/27/12 at 12:56am
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Hello peeps. Long time listener, first time caller. biggrin.gif

I'm looking for a board for piledriver, at the moment it's down to either the UD5 or the Sabertooth. Which would you guys go for?

I'm leaning towards the GB board as I've had good experiences with their Intel boards, which is the opposite to the Asus boards I've had. Also I've had bad experiences with Asus customer service, I don't fully trust them. The trouble is, I'm getting the impression that the Asus 990 boards are better clockers?

Need help!! redface.gif
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^thanks! It's 2.56 right now! I'll try bumping up to 2.6 right now.

I'm checking right now if it works Bette for multi or bus speed overclocking
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Hello peeps. Long time listener, first time caller. biggrin.gif
I'm looking for a board for piledriver, at the moment it's down to either the UD5 or the Sabertooth. Which would you guys go for?
I'm leaning towards the GB board as I've had good experiences with their Intel boards, which is the opposite to the Asus boards I've had. Also I've had bad experiences with Asus customer service, I don't fully trust them. The trouble is, I'm getting the impression that the Asus 990 boards are better clockers?
Need help!! redface.gif

Most are going for the CHV's, we are still unsure how well the sabers handle yet. Bunch of us have them but don't have our chips yet. The ones who do have chips are still in testing.
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