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DDR3 1966Mhz 9-9-9-27 ROCK SOLID @1.5V




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DDR3 1966Mhz 9-9-9-27 ROCK SOLID @1.5V
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Running a bit hot there aren't you? What kind of cooling do you have? 68 for the package temp is very high, especially for only being at 4.4... You need to get that down below 62 at the highest.

Edit: Also, you shouldn't need that kind of voltage for only 4.4, you should be able to lower it quite a bit, thats the same voltage I run for 4.7-4.8. Most of the 8350s can do 4.4 at stock voltage, and if not, just a slight bump should be enough.
Edited by PhantomGhost - 5/24/13 at 6:14am
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Running a bit hot there aren't you? What kind of cooling do you have? 68 for the package temp is very high, especially for only being at 4.4... You need to get that down below 62 at the highest.

Edit: Also, you shouldn't need that kind of voltage for only 4.4, you should be able to lower it quite a bit, thats the same voltage I run for 4.7-4.8. Most of the 8350s can do 4.4 at stock voltage, and if not, just a slight bump should be enough.

That might be the limit of that board. Since it's AM3 it'll only support 110A to the CPU compared to 145A for AM3+.
- Which means he'll have to overvolt to compensate for the reduced Current, and probably why the socket temp is high. Socket temp is indirectly linked to VRM temps, due to how close they are.

It's actually doing pretty good, considering it only has Beta BIOS support for Bulldozer.
Edited by ComputerRestore - 5/24/13 at 8:29am
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That might be the limit of that board. Since it's AM3 it'll only support 110A to the CPU compared to 145A for AM3+.
- Which means he'll have to overvolt to compensate for the reduced Current, and probably why the socket temp is high. Socket temp is indirectly linked to VRM temps, due to how close they are.

It's actually doing pretty good, considering it only has Beta BIOS support for Bulldozer.

Hey CR

Did ya get my link?

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Hey CR

Did ya get my link?

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It still didn't open. Just went to IE -> Can't display redface.gif
Edited: Just tried it again from the work computer. Sign me up. LMAO

Bit OT but people say these 8 Cores run hot. They don't hold a candle to this 3930k I got.
Same cooler I got the 8350 to 4.6Ghz with @ 55C Prime was pushing 70C with the 3930k at stock. (3.8Ghz Turbo - even with HT disabled)

I thought it was going to be raw core count that makes the FX so snappy, but the 3930k still isn't as responsive. At 4.5Ghz Prime95 6 hours (68 C under an H100) it was a lot better; like a stock 8350.

I can't say for sure what makes the FX so nice to use. Others experience may differ, but I just hate to watch the Windows 7 timer wheel, when I could be doing other stuff.
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It still didn't open. Just went to IE -> Can't display redface.gif
Edited: Just tried it again from the work computer. Sign me up. LMAO

I not seen cssorkinman since i gave him the link, i hope he's alright rolleyes.gif

Im just trying to get linux installed, pain in the ass lol
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It still didn't open. Just went to IE -> Can't display redface.gif
Edited: Just tried it again from the work computer. Sign me up. LMAO

I not seen cssorkinman since i gave him the link, i hope he's alright rolleyes.gif

Im just trying to get linux installed, pain in the ass lol

What distro? Most of the major ones (Mint, Ubuntu, OpenSUSE) are very easy, and set up to work side-by-side with Windows by default.
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What distro? Most of the major ones (Mint, Ubuntu, OpenSUSE) are very easy, and set up to work side-by-side with Windows by default.

Mint, i know its easy to install but i got some issues i cant get sorted out rolleyes.gif

my monitor is HDMI and when i load into mint and big blue box flies around the screen saying input not supported. i tried getting the gfx files but it wont let me install them either mad.gif

too much bloody hassle in my book wink.gif

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i just noticed i instaleld an old version

ill try and install the lastest see if issue been sorted
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DDR3 1966Mhz 9-9-9-27 ROCK SOLID @1.5V




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can you notch down your voltage at all?

not familiar with your board, but mine is doing a similar speed @ 1.38v (then again i might have done better in the silicon lottery so take with a grain of salt)



other wise looking good mate!
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I dunno about anyone else, but I don't see using an OS for all it's worth as making an uneven testing ground. If linux can do it and Windows can't, then 10 points to linux.

I would VERY much consider using Linux for my video editing/encoding needs if the programs I need were ported.

DVDfab has unmatched default quality vs size settings out of any program I've seen. While they don't work on Linux now, they have been talking about adding support (and support for OpenCL), so here's hoping. cheers.gif The other is MediaEspresso... I do not see this working on linux any time soon, but the reason for it is AMD APP encoding support. In other words, I can shove 4 videos to be encoded through my GPU at the same time. Less quality, extremely fast.

No point in changing an OS until Linux has the things I need. frown.gif (And no, Handbrake sucks in comparison, not good enough)

I agree. Easy compilation of optimized code is a big advantage in Linux. After a quite a bit of hassle, Windows could be set up to compile libx264 in a optimized manner. I just meant to be scientific about it, a comparison of generically compiled code makes sense. That is what most people will have on either OS. However you are right. Like I said, easy code compilation is a great feature in an OS.

Speaking of optimized code, I recently compiled an Piledriver optimized version of cinelerra. I've used it for my non-linear editor for years. It has supported multi-threading, networked rendering and HD video as long as I've used it. It out-performed Premiere by leaps on my old MackBook Pro and has been capable of big video much longer. For the last several years it has supported OpenGL accelerated compositing and effects. I'd love to see OpenCL and/or CUDA support, but the does the job amazingly well as is. On this machine I get realtime playback with a bunch of effects and layered video tracks on the timeline. Here's a screenie:
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*The video is of a deer that hangs out hangs out in my yard.

For DVD authoring I use dvdauthor and mjpegtools (comannand-line tools). I've used it to make DVDs with animated menus before, by writing an XML file defining the menu structure. In recent years some GUIs have been written to automate the process. I still like the flexibility of defining the menu structure with XML for anything fancy. I've used ffmpeg (Now it's called avconv) for years to encode video. From the command-line, it can produce almost any format and with some various options optimal file sizes. However, I have yet to see a great GUI for it. Most GUIs only begin to expose it's features. I tend to figure out good settings on the command line, then save them in text file for future encoding. I'd be interested in checking out DVDFab since they might release a Linux version. I'd love to have GPU accelerated video encoding. I downloaded the source to a CUDA accelerated h264 encoder from NVIDA, but I haven't tried to compile it yet. If I get it working, I plan on modding it some for my use. I was reading about MediaEspresso a while back. From what what I read it seemed pretty awesome. The truth is even if it was supported on Linux, the chances of me buying an AMD GPU are slim until AMD improves their Linux driver support. I'd love one for the OpenCL power, however. Unfortunately, NVIDIA cards just aren't as good for OpenCL AMD cards right now.

So yeah, I'd be the same way about it. If an OS doesn't have the software I use, I don't want it. I mean, you could still do the same things your doing now as far as editing an encoding, but it would be a different set of tools and no doubt a bit of a hassle. Just like I use Linux, because it is what I'm used to.
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