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It does but again you are talking about voltages that are very high. For daily use these voltages will kill the cpu.

i run 1.58ish for 5ghz all fine here sometimes i go lower for gaming
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Im looking for a new board my current one sucks at OC i cant go over 4200 my 8320 runs on the Asrock 990fx extreme with 1,38V no higher clocks are rock stabil.
I buy i new 8350 from a friend and there is the 8350 run for 4800mhz but on mine i cant go over 4200.

So whats a real good OC Board im looking for the new sabertooth is that ok? Are any other ideas?
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The new Sabertooth or Asus Crosshair are your top choices. I personally liked the Sabertooth for PCI-E 3.0 and price.
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i run 1.58ish for 5ghz all fine here sometimes i go lower for gaming

I'm just going to accept the fact either I suck, I'm retarded, or I have been going about this all wrong... I need to try new things I suppose. My thoughts are the ram is very important. I bet many of my problems are that I try to keep it at its rated speed (mine is 2133). Maybe the IMC can't run those speeds at such high frequencies of the core?
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Just wondering if I could get some help Overclocking my FX 8320. I am running GIGABYTE GA-970A-UD3 Motherboard. Corsair Builder Series CX 500 Watt PSU. And Corsair Hydro Series High Performance Liquid CPU Cooler. I can get it up to 4.5 but the system instantly restarts after loading to the desktop. Is there something I need to do w/ the voltages? I have done anything with them
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I'm just going to accept the fact either I suck, I'm retarded, or I have been going about this all wrong... I need to try new things I suppose. My thoughts are the ram is very important. I bet many of my problems are that I try to keep it at its rated speed (mine is 2133). Maybe the IMC can't run those speeds at such high frequencies of the core?

My thoughts would be the ram is the least important, ram speed is a huge slice of placebo pie for everyday use in my opinion, between speeds from cl7 -9 and 1600-2400 talking less than milliseconds in real use not synthetic benches, screen refresh rates are a far bigger bottleneck in a modern system. And i would not say any of that about yourself, we all learn something new all the time.

Someone who i trust`s opinion on ram speed today

Anyone claiming that their memory speeds/timings are having an effect on perceived "snappiness" is experiencing a placebo effect. The real world difference in latency between 1066-7 and 1600-9 is about 8% but either is so "fast" that the 8% difference can not be perceived. The "difference" in the effective latency is equivalent to the time it takes light to travel about 18 inches. The only observer capable of noticing such a difference would also be capable of "observing" light-speed in near-field. Unfortunately, that particular super-human observer would be stuck waiting around an eternity for the next cycle of the screen redraw, so the improvement would go to waste as another bottleneck finds itself cutting would-be-nano-second performance down to millisecond levels. If you are that person and have time for breakfast between screen refresh cycles then you might want to exchange your memory

Memory performance is the absolute LAST place to concern yourself with for improving the "snappiness" of a machine. As it would turn out, effective latency of memory has not improved significantly over the last 20 years. The reality is that it has never needed to. The screen refresh rate represents a far more significant bottleneck for screen draws that are not delayed by disk access. 120hz monitor anyone?
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Apologies ahead of time if this has already been answered somewhere in these 1200+ pages...

Any tricks for keeping vcore low? It looks like I've got my new 8350 stable at 5GHz with 1.5375v but I was wondering if anyone had some tips that might let me keep it lower. I'm using the base FSB with a 25x multiplier. Up until I got it stable my Prime95 errors that I kept getting were "illegal sumout". Will raising the FSB and dropping the multiplier help stability/potentially lower the voltage a little?

My WC setup can easily handle it at it's current voltage but it would be silly of me to not explore my options for increasing stability and keeping voltages as low as possible.
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middle one is min temp so that wont change unless you go below this

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yes the temp seem to be in line with what i would expect

dont expect 5ghz if u hot at that clock either dude

sorry

Shame he chose the H220 - I have been reading a few comparison reviews between the H100i and the H220 and at load the H220 seems to average a good 7C higher than the H100i - so it would seem this is the reason he is hitting the thermal wall so soon :/

Paladine

All about the fans. Swiftech decided people wanted quiet, not performance.

Put some of Corsair's Loud and Stong fans on that H220, and get the best of both worlds.
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I thought AMD FX performed better when it was colder.

It does but again you are talking about voltages that are very high. For daily use these voltages will kill the cpu.

No proof of that yet actually. Only CPU death we had in the club was temp related, not voltage, and we're talking voltages north of 1.55v.
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Just wondering if I could get some help Overclocking my FX 8320. I am running GIGABYTE GA-970A-UD3 Motherboard. Corsair Builder Series CX 500 Watt PSU. And Corsair Hydro Series High Performance Liquid CPU Cooler. I can get it up to 4.5 but the system instantly restarts after loading to the desktop. Is there something I need to do w/ the voltages? I have done anything with them

Probably raise the voltage to 1.425v, see of that works. Even the lowest Corsair water coolers should be able to do 4.6Ghz.
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Apologies ahead of time if this has already been answered somewhere in these 1200+ pages...

Any tricks for keeping vcore low? It looks like I've got my new 8350 stable at 5GHz with 1.5375v but I was wondering if anyone had some tips that might let me keep it lower. I'm using the base FSB with a 25x multiplier. Up until I got it stable my Prime95 errors that I kept getting were "illegal sumout". Will raising the FSB and dropping the multiplier help stability/potentially lower the voltage a little?

My WC setup can easily handle it at it's current voltage but it would be silly of me to not explore my options for increasing stability and keeping voltages as low as possible.

Could try tuning VDDA/PLL. On Gigabyte boards, increasing PLL to 2.695v can lower vcore requirements by .025-.05v, which is none too shabby. My understanding is that VDDA helps less on ASUS boards, but some have confirmed that it does help at least a little bit.
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I'm just going to accept the fact either I suck, I'm retarded, or I have been going about this all wrong... I need to try new things I suppose. My thoughts are the ram is very important. I bet many of my problems are that I try to keep it at its rated speed (mine is 2133). Maybe the IMC can't run those speeds at such high frequencies of the core?

i run 5ghz just fine too no problems at all anymore with my good fans and good TIM LOL

1.565volts on the core and CPUNB to 251 and NB at 2510 and HT link at 2750 no problems at all.

when i set all my 4 fans to max i get 59c in gaming.

also i set my ram to 2000mhz no problem at all, u must find the sweet spot and that can be a pain with the 8350 i know all about that.

but be patient and u will succeed wink.gif it is all about luck too not every chip is the same and u know that, but in my experience and what i see is that every one should get 5ghz but i need a good motherboard to overclock and can handle the heat very well.
that is why i choose for gigabyte 990 FXA UD5 because its good heat sinks.
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Apologies ahead of time if this has already been answered somewhere in these 1200+ pages...

Any tricks for keeping vcore low? It looks like I've got my new 8350 stable at 5GHz with 1.5375v but I was wondering if anyone had some tips that might let me keep it lower. I'm using the base FSB with a 25x multiplier. Up until I got it stable my Prime95 errors that I kept getting were "illegal sumout". Will raising the FSB and dropping the multiplier help stability/potentially lower the voltage a little?

My WC setup can easily handle it at it's current voltage but it would be silly of me to not explore my options for increasing stability and keeping voltages as low as possible.

its possible that raising the FSB will help.. little thing about Prime and Vishera is that they don't seem to like to play well with each other.. I can be encoding/folding and still multitask after that stable at that clock.. but prime gives me errors.. you could try raising the VDDA a tad too... however you are pretty much on target.. If you want to stress with something comparable to prime then id do intel burn test with AVX libraries.. stress as hard and I believe produces more heat.. however its all upon application that you would need it,,, anything further than that and its not much of a point.. it takes me 1.62v for 5.06 stable to put in a comparison. there is nothing that I have seen that will drop your voltage down
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