Originally Posted by Taintedsoul
Hi guys,Im still trying to get my pc stable past 4.4 ive been playing with voltages but im not even sure what they control,i was hoping you might be able to tell me which ones effect what so i might be able to get stable,I run the gigabyte 990fxa-ud3 board
Dram Voltage 1.500
HT Link Voltage 1.200
NB/PCIe/PLL Voltage 1.800
CPU PLL Voltage 2.500
NB Voltage 1.100
If you guys can help me out with what they do and which ones are safe to mess with that would be great, i cant even get my fsb up over stock without fail.
thanks for your time.
CPU Vcore cpu volts will need to increase when running cpu faster
NB Core cpu/nb will need to increase when increasing MB speed a small bump may help when you oc cpu speed as well ( +.1v)
Dram Voltage 1.500 used when ocing ram. if you are leaving ram at stock speeds you usually dont have to worry about this however make sure it is set to your rams volts ( usually 1.3, 1.5 or 1.65 )
HT Link Voltage 1.200 used when ocing ht ( unless you are running 2+gpu dont worry about it or about ocing ht. )
NB/PCIe/PLL Voltage 1.800 never used
CPU PLL Voltage 2.500 helps with volts stabilization ( i think is the best way to describe ) some people say adjusting it up or down helps others see no difference some ppl take it to 2.695 up to you for me it just creates more heat
NB Voltage 1.100 you need to raise when doing fsb ocing to my knowledge but you need to watch your NB temps if you do this
Originally Posted by LazarusIV
YAAAAAAAAAY!!! I got my FX8350 and Giga UD5 today from Microcenter!!! I was going to wait longer but then I saw the UD5 for cheap, it's an open box item. So I jumped in and grabbed them today but the upgrade will have to wait. I still need to get my RAM
from newegg.com. Woohoo, I can't wait! I've been on this old-a$$ 965 and DDR2 mobo for SO LONG! Now to save up for a 7950...
My dog demanded he be included, our cats were sleeping on the other bed. Typical...
Originally Posted by Paladine
Yes and what they do is illegal in many parts of the world, particularly in Europe, where just yesterday they were fined 125 000 Euros and are currently under a number of legal proceedings from various EU authorities. As I said, this is my job, I know more about what they do than most and just because you think it is ok it doesn't mean it is legal or even morally right. Even in the US under existing Wiretap laws, what Google is doing is illegal in many states irrespective of whether or not it is an automated process or a real person, interception is interception. For a start you can look up the Cable Act, the Communications Act, Stored Communications Act I could go on and on...
Please don't try to tell me how to suck eggs
yet they make so much more on ads then that so will that puny fine really stop them ?
Originally Posted by hurricane28
oke so what are the best fans according to you?
like i said before i have good fans and they are quiet i could just not find better fans for this quiet operation.
of course i can get the scyte syclones with 150 cfm but i can't hear anything when i set it to the highest speed.
also like i said if the pump is not pumping any faster it will not give that much of a result, on here there is a video i seen of the pump its performance and it is not impressive at all.
again, u can put an tremendous cfm fan on it but if the pump not pumps any faster i would not make that much of a difference.
again i will say pumps dont need super speed to be effective
and i thought i went over fans the fans that are 36mm dans for 50mm fans ( thickness ) are much better
Originally Posted by KyadCK
Honestly? Probably my Corsair fans (the old ones, not the SP series), or Deltas. Anything with an absurdly high static pressure. CFM comes second.
AKA: anything NOT QUIET. Limiting yourself to quiet fans will hold you back and then some. I understand some people want quiet operation, but you'll notice full-loopers who want silence also usually have a TON of rad space to make up for it. The H100 and things like it simply do not have a lot of rad space.
And actually, you're wrong. Sometimes you need a slower pump. Slower pumps give you more time to dissipate the heat, and the only time more/stronger fans stop helping, is when they bleed all heat from the water before it passes the rad. Otherwise, there is always more to cool it down, and more airflow will cool it down farther. There is a balance to find, yes, but stronger fans will almost always mean cooler temps.
congrats go 7950 all the way
Originally Posted by hurricane28
wow really dude i mounted the corsair fans and i get 55c instead of the 62c with my shark fans!!
they are not as good as i tough they were.
okay okay i was wrong and being an... sorry about that, its just i need to have more patient with this stuff i guess because i was assuming the fans with a high CFM had also a good static pressure but that is obviously not the case here and i learned the hard way
thanx KyadCK i sure did learned a lot and make some mistakes but i learned from it so for that i must thank you.
and u are right about the quiet fans there is just no way to get good quiet fans with high static pressure so i need to take the noise for granted, also i have all 4 of them connected to my fan controller so i can put them down at low loads.
......... can i just ask how may times we have said this ?
and yea if your not doing any major ocing you will be fine on the zalman cooler let us know if you have any questions.Edited by Mega Man - 4/23/13 at 4:43pm