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^^^^^ LOL

yea about prices, theres a few things that are even half the price we pay. I sort of know roughly currency conversion guesses, but when I google it im like WTH!

( and I have no input on the yanks and RMA..... wink.gif lol )

good ol blighty hey!!


micro center FX 8320 Black Edition 3.5GHz AM3+ Boxed Processor $149 = £97

maplin uk £139.65 = $211
Edited by d1nky - 5/20/13 at 11:13am
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^^^^^ LOL

yea about prices, theres a few things that are even half the price we pay. I sort of know roughly currency conversion guesses, but when I google it im like WTH!

( and I have no input on the yanks and RMA..... wink.gif lol )

good ol blighty hey!!


micro center FX 8320 Black Edition 3.5GHz AM3+ Boxed Processor $149 = £97

maplin uk £139.65 = $211

not everyone has access to a microcentre lol they are not the norm for alot of people.

They know what im like anyhow lol there's some great people in this thread that i'd call a friend smile.gif
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I was just using that as an example, I really should stop it. I keep thinking with that money I could have better.......


on topic..... http://www.ebuyer.com/386397-g-skill-8gb-ddr3-2400mhz-tridentx-memory-f3-2400c10d-8gtx?utm_source=google&utm_medium=products&gclid=CNriuJanpbcCFabLtAodmFkAxQ

to go with my build and 8350?
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It would appear that you are running the non avx version of IBT. Your temps and Gflops would be higher smile.gif
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NP !@~ try ibt avx ( see opening post for download )

Ok, I downloaded and ran the AVX version of IBT that is in the OP. My Gflops went up, but temps actually went down significantly (50c vs 61c on the non AVX version). Here's the screenshot w/ AVX: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
and w/o AVX: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
At any rate, I'm going to go back to stock and start OCing from the beginning again, to see if I made any mistakes along the way.
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Anyone at 4.6Ghz care to run winrar for me to compare scores? 83xx guys ofcourse

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Remote oc project for friend was success. Order parts and instructed assembly then used asrock axtu and prime over logmein to test stability. Explained to him how to set those values in bios. The worst part was explaining how to set up a raid0 array for os install over the phone.

Gotta give some credit to asrock9 bios :
Loading xmp#1...
Auto set ram voltage 1.65
Auto set cpu/nb 1.25
Auto set NB freq 2400
Auto set timings 9-11-11-31-42

It had these stable right out of the gate : http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231638

I wound up doing a 225fsb / 4.5 / HT2475 / NB2475 / Ram2399 with 1.365vcore / 1.25cpunb with the same timings.
He ordered me a http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835146028

Nothing caught on fire on or exploded running prime over logmein, it was kinda hard to click the stop button though. tongue.gif
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Well since we're talking about ram anyway...

I have 32GB. My IMC basically said "screw that noise, I'm not running higher than 1600 with that". So.... timings it is then.

Results:


8-8-8-21-1T made Windows act funny. At least for now, 8-9-8-21-1T works. I do like that 42.5ns latency though.

And this is what it looks like in Ramdisk form:

Edited by KyadCK - 5/20/13 at 12:35pm
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[quote name="gertruude"

Thought I'd let you know, my Asus Crosshair V got destroyed a 3 days ago. I was reversing the fans on my Corsair H100 . Apparently I must have tightened the screws too much. The system would not boot up. I called my computer tech in and after he could not located the problem, he removed the radiator and saw the indentation in the fins and saw some fluid stains on the mainboard. He took the video card and ram home to test on his machine. They are fine. He doesn't have an AMD mainboard to test the cpu on, so I won't know whether it is ok until I replace the mainboard. My choices are Crosshair V Formula Z or Asrock Extreme 9. My only hesitation on Asrock is the numerous complaints I have seen concerning bios issues. I'd love feedback on the Asrock board from people who have purchased that particular board and their experience with it good and bad. I have to say I think it a design error by Corsair to allow the screws to be tightened causing radiator damage. Either the screws should have been slightly shorter or a small bracket on the radiator should have been installed to prevent punctures at the site where the radiator aligns with the screw holes. I wonder if it is worth the attempt to get a refund and compensation for mainboard damage.
Does anybody think based on knowledge of Corsair warranty that I have a resonable chance of success in getting reimbursed fot cooler failure and destruction of my mainboard?
Edited by os2wiz - 5/20/13 at 5:40pm
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[quote name="gertruude"

Thought I'd let you know, my Asus Crosshair V got destroyed a 3 days ago. I was reversing the fans on my Corsair H100 . Apparently I must have tightened the screws too much. The system would not boot up. I called my computer tech in and after he could not located the problem, he removed the radiator and saw the indentation in the fins and saw some fluid stains on the mainboard. He took the video card and ram home to test on his machine. They are fine. He doesn't have an AMD mainboard to test the cpu on, so I won't know whether it is ok until I replace the mainboard. My choices are Crosshair V Formula Z or Asrock Extreme 9. My only hesitation on Asrock is the numerous complaints I have seen concerning bios issues. I'd love feedback on the Asrock board from people who have purchased that particular board and their experience with it good and bad. I have to say I think it a design error by Corsair to allow the screws to be tightened causing radiator damage. Either the screws should have been slightly shorter or a small bracket on the radiator should have been installed to prevent punctures at the site where the radiator aligns with the screw holes. I wonder if it is worth the attempt to get a refund and compensation for mainboard damage.

You could try it for nothing, though i expect they will know what ya did lol they must see it alot.

As for the boards its up to you wink.gif though i do love my saberkitty

i did the same thing as u but i drilled my screwdriver through the rad rolleyes.gif

ive not tried to rma though i did think about it lol but its clearly my fault so ill have to pick up the expense thumb.gif
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