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Maybe, there really is a problem then on those first released boards, would still be strange to be able to flash a rom that is to big without a space error though. If 1703 really didn't work because of that it shouldn't fit in that chip, it should outright error over space. Maybe the chip itself has a defect?
At least they sent you one for free though that's always nice. ;p
It's simply the rom doesn't have a large enough capacity for the updated bios revision. Your common flash tools don't even check if the rom has enough space on it to hold the firmware. You could flash a Gigabyte bios onto a Asus board no problem, if you wanna completely brick it.
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It's simply the rom doesn't have a large enough capacity for the updated bios revision. Your common flash tools don't even check if the rom has enough space on it to hold the firmware. You could flash a Gigabyte bios onto a Asus board no problem, if you wanna completely brick it.
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The bios chip is probably the reason why Asus has not officially listed vishera chips on the CPU supported list. Still bulldozers only.
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The bios chip is probably the reason why Asus has not officially listed vishera chips on the CPU supported list. Still bulldozers only.

It actually is on the support list, both on the support site which was updated a good amount of time before the motherboard support cpu list page. Both now show the chips.
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It's simply the rom doesn't have a large enough capacity for the updated bios revision. Your common flash tools don't even check if the rom has enough space on it to hold the firmware. You could flash a Gigabyte bios onto a Asus board no problem, if you wanna completely brick it.

Quit it. I even asked nicely that you stop yesterday.
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The bios chip is probably the reason why Asus has not officially listed vishera chips on the CPU supported list. Still bulldozers only.
Crosshair V Formula (non-Z) ? Yep. probably. I flashed my Formula-Z with the latest for that mobo (0806) without any issue.

K... This fight is getting old, both of you...
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I wasnt going to do it but I couldnt help myself.


5ghz
10 passes of IBT stable @ 58C max
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2562391

Can probably go lower on the voltage since thats the first settings I tried lol.
So there is defanant proof that my UD3 R1 was useless for overclocking, Tempted to see what my BD chip will do since that did 5ghz on F6C bios but no other version.

Will make another submit feel free to delete my UD3 one if you cant have two boards per user.
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I wasnt going to do it but I couldnt help myself.
5ghz
10 passes of IBT stable @ 58C max
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2562391
Can probably go lower on the voltage since thats the first settings I tried lol.
So there is defanant proof that my UD3 R1 was useless for overclocking, Tempted to see what my BD chip will do since that did 5ghz on F6C bios but no other version.
Will make another submit feel free to delete my UD3 one if you cant have two boards per user.

Nice results, so far there still looks to be better odds to pull off good clocks with good mults on 8350s than 8320s. What's the benches at on mem in maxmem and whats cine 11.5 show?
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Dont have any NB/HT overclock and ram is running lower then rated speed.

Cinebench 8.37-8.40 depending if all windows is running.
Maxxmem scores worse.
Just tried higher and cant get higher then 5ghz and touching the FSB only allowed 25mhz more then it became unstable. Next step up on voltage takes the temp up to 60C then IBT freezes. So Ill have a play and see whats the fastest combination of NB/HT/RAM Iv got a feeling its going to be around 4875-4950ghz to get the right combo.

And I after performance and stability in overclocking not just clock speeds.
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What do you think about an 8320 driving 2 7950's at 1440p? I want to go AMD and found that a nice 990FX with an 8320 is a little more than what I can get for my 3770K alone!!! What clockspeed do you think would suffice in more CPU bound games or is it futile to switch? I'm interested to hear your thoughts since it would be similar to your sig rig.
Edit: I have NO intention to play at anything less than 1440p

If you can wait a few days I should have mine setup by Friday. I will be running the Sabertooth with the 8350 and two HD7970's and I have one of the the 1440P monitors. From previous experience with the 8120 and CHV and the two HD7970's I got lower 3DMark scores than my SB setup at the time. The 8120 was running at 4.5Ghz. However, realistically I saw no difference in gaming between the two. So I would say you probably would get higher FPS under SB than with PD, but since both are well above the threshold of playable FPS you won't notice it, but that's just my opinion. I am going from a 3570k setup to the 8350 as i combine my server and gaming machines into one PC, so while gaming is something i do, it's not as important to me as my RAID cards being compatible with the MB and actually working. I will say that everything I have read and from my own experience, AMD GPU's are less dependent on CPU clocks than Nvidia GPU's, even under CF/SLI. That being said, if it's gaming only you are looking for and want the best possible FPS/benching scores, Intel would be the better choice, but I personally do not think you will notice the difference in normal real world game play, even on 1440P.
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