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Ok guys I jumped ship and got myself a FX8350 to go with my 2 intel machines.
Crappy thing though I ended up buying a MSI 990FXA GD65 and I am now regretting it, temps are all over the place, 65c in bios and 20c in windows lol
What board would you guys recommend?

990FXA-UD3 or better. Pretty much anything from Giga or ASUS with 8+2 phase.
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990FXA-UD3 or better. Pretty much anything from Giga or ASUS with 8+2 phase.

Ok but apparently the msi board has 10 power phase?
Could it just be a bad board and I need to rma or is it a "bad" board in the sense that its a piece of crap? lol
    
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990FXA-UD3 or better. Pretty much anything from Giga or ASUS with 8+2 phase.

Ok but apparently the msi board has 10 power phase?
Could it just be a bad board and I need to rma or is it a "bad" board in the sense that its a piece of crap? lol

GD-65 is crap, GD-80 is debatable, and I only make that distinction because of one member in the club who does well with it. You certainly have to treat the MSI boards differently, that's for sure.

ASRock... We don't have enough ASRock owners here to really tell.

Same for Biostar.

Giga and ASUS are both good if you avoid the low end. For Giga, that means only get boards that end in UD3, 5, or 7. For ASUS, that means pretty much Sabertooth or Crosshair. ASUS's other 990FX boards have proven to have problems after 4.8 or so for "unknown" reasons.
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GD-65 is crap, GD-80 is debatable, and I only make that distinction because of one member in the club who does well with it. You certainly have to treat the MSI boards differently, that's for sure.

ASRock... We don't have enough ASRock owners here to really tell.

Same for Biostar.

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Thank you, will have a look at the Gigabyte boards.
On a side note, my antec 920 seems to be doing a great job of cooling the chip. Would it be fine to run the chip at 4.5Ghz under the 920?
    
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New owner and user here, I'm currently using the stock fan and was able to control the RPM using the utility bundled in Asrock CD, idle load at 39c / 1899 RPM, normal 50 / 3200RPM and if 55 onwards, 5k RPM! sounds like a Boeing taking off haha. Anyway I'm considering a Noctua NH-D14, does anyone have that? how does it fare with the noise and overclocking capability?

Hi man and welcome, I used to have the NH-D14 before my custom loop, and i bloody loved it lol

Its quiet! Its huge! its bloody great biggrin.gif

It depends on your case etc for exact temps but i was in the safe zone of 55C@4.8ghz with 8350.

I could hit 4.9 but i couldnt stress at that clock as it pushed me nearly 65-70C
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what IBT are some of you guys using to stress test cpu?

Ive found my 24/7 oc but now want a stress test purely for benching, or would small FFTs in prime be enough?
I use the older IBT non AVX, AVX is too fast and I haven't played with it enough. Prime is good too but Seems finicky for a lot of FX users, myself included.. IBT seems easier to hone in on stability.
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I use the older IBT non AVX, AVX is too fast and I haven't played with it enough. Prime is good too but Seems finicky for a lot of FX users, myself included.. IBT seems easier to hone in on stability.

IBT(both avx and non avx) is good for temps and thats it.....I used to swear by it for stability but some months ago i posted up different overclocks for a given clock&voltage and ibt passed em all whilst the others failed them rolleyes.gif

Would i use ibt now? no chance is the answer thumb.gif

I understand people on air wanting to use ibt(non avx) for the lower voltages you can pass with, AVXIBT just takes too much voltage....myself i can prime@5ghz with lower volts than it takes with IBT(avx) wth.gif

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I use the older IBT non AVX, AVX is too fast and I haven't played with it enough. Prime is good too but Seems finicky for a lot of FX users, myself included.. IBT seems easier to hone in on stability.

thanks.

i use prime full blend for 24/7 use but wanted something a little lighter for those higher clocks and HT/cpunb for benchiiieeesss!

i usually use small FFTs but sometimes it isnt stable enough for the bench, i guess im looking for a medium between full blend and small FFTs.

ill try the avx and non avx, ive used non avx once or twice before and found anything i threw at it was stable lol
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thanks.

i use prime full blend for 24/7 use but wanted something a little lighter for those higher clocks and HT/cpunb for benchiiieeesss!

i usually use small FFTs but sometimes it isnt stable enough for the bench, i guess im looking for a medium between full blend and small FFTs.

ill try the avx and non avx, ive used non avx once or twice before and found anything i threw at it was stable lol

See my above post we must of been typing same time tongue.gif
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See my above post we must of been typing same time tongue.gif

yee i read it lol..... ya best not be typing now as i am, double post is badddd tongue.gif

or i could just get hurricane stable lol
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