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Just remounted my H100, fyi. I knew I had done horribly on the thermal paste.

Ran Cinebench three times:

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Originally Posted by Raven.7 View Post

Ran Cinebench three times:
dgi62.png

Ok looks great, everything within tolerances. Your powersupply is fine sir. ;p

Sadly that also means we still need to figure out why you can't oc well. lol

Note: If anything your powersupply has about as good as you'll see numbers on load in regards to any psu.
Edited by endevite - 10/29/12 at 1:04pm
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Ok looks great, everything within tolerances. Your powersupply is fine sir. ;p
Sadly that also means we still need to figure out why you can't oc well. lol
Note: if anything your powersupply has about as good as you can see numbers on load in regards to any psu.

Yes very strange.

To OP, your best option will probably be to start back at stock settings (Load Defaults). Disable all the usual, Turbo, C1E, C6 etc.

Save and restart so the voltages set in.

Then just up the CPU Multi a couple points and restart until it wont boot.

Then just set it back a couple points from where it wouldn't boot and check stability and temps.

More Important Info: Never update the BIOS while using Overclocked settings. Always Load Optimal Defaults and Save + Restart after a BIOS update
Edited by ComputerRestore - 10/29/12 at 1:08pm
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Yes very strange.
To OP, your best option will probably be to start at stock settings. Disable all the usual, Turbo, C1E, C6 etc.
Save and restart so the voltages set in.
Then just up the CPU Multi a couple points and restart until it wont boot.
Then just set it back a couple points from where it wouldn't boot and check stability and temps.

He's gone through that more than once, I think he wants to play with a hammer at this point.
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Originally Posted by ComputerRestore View Post

Yes very strange.
To OP, your best option will probably be to start at stock settings. Disable all the usual, Turbo, C1E, C6 etc.
Save and restart so the voltages set in.
Then just up the CPU Multi a couple points and restart until it wont boot.
Then just set it back a couple points from where it wouldn't boot and check stability and temps.

He's gone through that more than once, I think he wants to play with a hammer at this point.

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You're still having temp issues. 40 Celsius in the BIOS and 60+ Celsius under load with the H100? Make sure you don't have the nuts too tight on the H100 mounting or you'll end up with one side lifted slightly and not making proper contact.

The H100 mounts directly to AMD's Stock cooler clips. There are no nuts or bolts. Same with the H60 and H80. The original design also didn't allow for this issue. It's pretty much 775/1155 only.

For the record Raven, the paste that comes on the H-series is really good. Unless you got the good stuff yourself, using what it came with is usually a good option, though it's too late now.
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You're still having temp issues. 40 Celsius in the BIOS and 60+ Celsius under load with the H100? Make sure you don't have the nuts too tight on the H100 mounting or you'll end up with one side lifted slightly and not making proper contact.

This caught my eye...I am getting around 40 degrees right now idle...on my mobo CPU Socket reading, on my phenom 2 temps were much much much lower..... I think I may have fubared this step...but I am still able to hit 5ghz...? temps just skyrocket when all 8 cores are pushed in IBT (70C) when gaming it doesnt get past 47 C...

This is all by the CPU Socket reading, I dont trust coretemp hwinfo64....those core temps dont ever go past 60C but the socket can get as high as 70 C while doing 1 run of Cinebench

How tight do you have to tighen those screws?
Edited by tinouthedino - 10/29/12 at 1:15pm
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What thermal paste method do you guys use for H100s, spread or pea dot?
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The H100 mounts directly to AMD's Stock cooler clips. There are no nuts or bolts. Same with the H60 and H80. The original design also didn't allow for this issue. It's pretty much 775/1155 only.
For the record Raven, the paste that comes on the H-series is really good. Unless you got the good stuff yourself, using what it came with is usually a good option, though it's too late now.

I've actually made a very technical diagram for previous discussions on this.

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Do not overtighten this cooler. and make sure it is seated evenly
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This is all by the CPU Socket reading, I dont trust coretemp hwinfo64....those core temps dont ever go past 60C but the socket can get as high as 70

CPU Socket temp is different than the actual CPU Temp. Socket temp is usually high unless you have really good airflow in your case because it's at the back of your motherboard. You can put a fan in the back of the case and you'll find that the CPU Socket and CPU temp will then run about the same.
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What thermal paste method do you guys use for H100s, spread or pea dot?

I use the "spread" because of how large the AMD Integrated Heat Spreader is.

Clean both surfaces with rubbing alcohol. Then on the CPU put some Paste in the middle. Take a Credit Card (or library card lol) and smooth out the paste across the whole IHS. You only need it about the thickness of paper and you want it to be very even so it seats well.

The Pea Sized amount of TIM works well on Intel CPUs, but on AMD I don't find it works that great because of the larger IHS
Edited by ComputerRestore - 10/29/12 at 1:45pm
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Just got my 8350. Been reading this thread since it started and figured it was time to join ocn. My best oc so far is mid 4.8 and after that I have to raise the voltages and the heat is way to high for my comfort.
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