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Hi everyone, I have a couple quick questions:

I'm trying to get the highest possible stable OC from my 8350. Right now I'm trying to get 4.5GHz stable, but so far I've had to bring the voltage up to 1.440v according to CPUz (I'm currently running Prime95 small FFT to test it). Does this seem a bit high, or is that normal for these chips?

Second is about temps. According to the Core Temp reading (same as HW Monitor "package" temp) I'm in the low 60s at these settings. Am I correct in thinking this is the temp I need to keep under 62c? My other temps are TMPIN0=26c, TMPIN1=54c, and TMPIN2=75c.

Are these temps and voltages about normal for an 8350 on air? If the temps are correct, its looking like my max OC might be 4.4GHz, which seems a bit low, but I have zero experience with FX, so any help would be very much appreciated.
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Originally Posted by Anthony20022 View Post

Hi everyone, I have a couple quick questions:

I'm trying to get the highest possible stable OC from my 8350. Right now I'm trying to get 4.5GHz stable, but so far I've had to bring the voltage up to 1.440v according to CPUz (I'm currently running Prime95 small FFT to test it). Does this seem a bit high, or is that normal for these chips?

Second is about temps. According to the Core Temp reading (same as HW Monitor "package" temp) I'm in the low 60s at these settings. Am I correct in thinking this is the temp I need to keep under 62c? My other temps are TMPIN0=26c, TMPIN1=54c, and TMPIN2=75c.

Are these temps and voltages about normal for an 8350 on air? If the temps are correct, its looking like my max OC might be 4.4GHz, which seems a bit low, but I have zero experience with FX, so any help would be very much appreciated.

yes package temp is the one you want to look at and yes you are at your max temp.. and yes this is normal these 8 core procs like to heat up..


EDIT: hey guys im sad to inform I have reached my absolute Overclock limit on my build.. part of it is temps part of it is amperage on PSU and the rest is just need better hardware more or less graphics cards.. but hey its been fun and I learned a lot cheers.gif

this doesn't mean im leaving the thread however nor more awesome benches till I can change more My max for the 8350 was 5.15 @ 1.67v only bench stable for what its worth VID < 1.4 should be able to hit better but not bad for a high VID. Even though I lost the silicon lottery I still made it past 1.1GHz overclock

The Sabertooth board is a great board and haven't had issues with it for the most part.. Crucial Ballistix Great RAM... however if I Loosen the timings I won't see much improvement of scores.. This was a great test for beginning of watercooling and im glad I made the choice Custom is the way to go thumb.gif

I did end up buying a Thermaltake slot fan that drastically reduced my top card from over heating.. Im sure I could push the cards a little bit my but I must mod the BIOS of one first.. Once I do that I run a few more benches

I have seen something odd the new 3dmark was using my top card for primary physics even though through the control panel I had it set to use #2.. Just thought to let you guys know so you can play around with some more settings to get better scores.

Oh if anyone has any questions of what I have done or what all my build is like feel free to ask..
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someone here want to give me a brief tutorial on timings (tight and loose)

ive never really got into the timing thing too many numbers. plus im still learning.

thanks

Drop timings one by one in fashion of 9-9-9-27 to 8-9-9-27 and so forth until unstable. then raise one to make stable. once you have your timings tight up the frequency till unstable. then loosen the timings on by one till stable. Repeat.. You will hit a point that its not worth loosening timings for frequency or not able to be stable.

once you get the hang of how your ram feels then you can up the voltage depending on how much further you want to go.
Edited by F3ERS 2 ASH3S - 5/19/13 at 3:10pm
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Thanks for letting me know. My first problem was with EFI booting, but I thought I got past that, also tried in legacy mode though. Either way, Ubuntu wont load in live mode at all, it crashes while loading. The installer starts in legacy mode, can't remember if I got it started in EFI or not, but there is no USB support for my board in Ubuntu...also no NIC support...tried in Mint too, but same problem, got Mint Live working, but no USB or NIC support.

If you can get Mint to install, I say go for it. Your board's variant of the RTL8111E, apparently is not working correctly with the default kernel in Ubuntu. I found this fix for it. http://www.twm-kd.com/linux/realtek-rtl81688111e-and-ubuntu-linux/. This provides instructions and a link to get the latest RealTek driver for you NIC.

From my experience many issues, such as your usb support, can be solved by passing options to the module that is driving a piece of hardware. If all else fails, see if your hardware is supported in a newer version of the Linux kernel, then compile a custom kernel. There is a good chance that the support provided by NIC driver mentioned above is already in newer kernel branches, as well.
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I really can't wait to get my 8320 and Sabertooth R2.0 in August. biggrin.gif
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I really can't wait to get my 8320 and Sabertooth R2.0 in August. biggrin.gif

AUGUST? buwhhatttt im just teasin.. why so long?
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AUGUST? buwhhatttt im just teasin.. why so long?

Currently saving up the monies. wink.gif
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Currently saving up the monies. wink.gif

Maybe they will be cheaper then cause steamroller should be right around the corner by august .. is this a new build or an upgrade?
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Maybe they will be cheaper then cause steamroller should be right around the corner by august .. is this a new build or an upgrade?

it's an upgrade to my current rig. also, I don't think Steamroller will be out until Q3 or Q4 2013 and only Steamroller APUs will be released this year, with Steamroller FX being pushed until early 2014.
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it's an upgrade to my current rig. also, I don't think Steamroller will be out until Q3 or Q4 2013 and only Steamroller APUs will be released this year, with Steamroller FX being pushed until early 2014.

hrmmm possibly.. what do you have now?
Edited by F3ERS 2 ASH3S - 5/19/13 at 4:02pm
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Does amd have a setting to dedicate physics to or is it just up to the program?

You would need to set it in the NVidia control panel to use the CPU over GPU for physics.
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