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Wondering if anyone else is OC'ing these chips on a 4+2 phase power mobo? I think that is what is limiting the stability when all 8 cores are pushed with some super intensive benchmarks
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And.....IBT said, nope.avi
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Hope your +12 is actually doing better than 11.5x volts and that's just a software bug.
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Hope your +12 is actually doing better than 11.5x volts and that's just a software bug.

Don't you dare make me go out and buy a new power supply.
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Don't you dare make me go out and buy a new power supply.

I'd use a meter just to be sure either way. ;p

Whats the Ai Tools sensor panel say it is?

Note: I don't know about cpuid's monitor, but hwinfo x64 and ai tools sensor data shows my power correctly on my rev1 saber.
Edited by endevite - 10/29/12 at 12:07pm
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Just barley shipped today. 8320 From Newegg!!!!
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Don't you dare make me go out and buy a new power supply.

I wouldn't worry about that. Vdroop is not limited to CPU's. It occurs in any electrical circuit when there is current draw. Take a car battery. Read with a volt meter it should read 13.8v. take a reading wile the starter is cranking and the voltage will drop. Although most power supplies are regulated, I would expect to see some drop on that 12v rail under load. Combine that with the fact that software readings aren't always reliable, I'm sure your ps is fine.
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For anyone with a GA-990FXA-UD7, the F10 BIOS just lost it's beta status and now is a certified release.
It can be had here
http://www.gigabyte.us/products/product-page.aspx?pid=3880#bios
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I'd use a meter just to be sure either way. ;p
Whats the Ai Tools sensor panel say it is?
Note: I don't know about cpuid's monitor, but hwinfo x64 and ai tools sensor data shows my power correctly on my rev1 saber.

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I wouldn't worry about that. Vdroop is not limited to CPU's. It occurs in any electrical circuit when there is current draw. Take a car battery. Read with a volt meter it should read 13.8v. take a reading wile the starter is cranking and the voltage will drop. Although most power supplies are regulated, I would expect to see some drop on that 12v rail under load. Combine that with the fact that software readings aren't always reliable, I'm sure your ps is fine.

Well if that reading is accurate, not saying it is as I've seen software be wrong about it, but he was sitting at 11.5, which is below the 11.75 minimum limit for stable operation.

So if that software is right, he's way to low on the +12 feed.
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Not in your bios, that's load free nearly anyway. ;p
Ai tools in windows or hwinfo 64 during your ibt test.
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