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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?
I have some feeling that they are branding the "failed" 8350 as 8320. I'd say it's a test to do again in around 6 months, once their foundries are "used" to making chips and actually have to cut-down "correct" 8350 to feed the 8320 orders.
Then the fun will start.
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Sigh....is it too late to switch to Intel? I've run out of absolutely every single possible solution to this wall.

Mind posting how this overlclock journey started out? (i.e. stuff arrived in mail. assembled pc. updated BIOS to most recent non-beta, etc)
Edited: Or just send a PM


It may be something simple. For instance, when I built my Crosshair IV Formula with BE 965 Phenom X4, I updated the BIOS right away after installing Windows. It would not overclock at all, 3.7Ghz max, no matter what settings I used or voltages high/low. It turned out after the BIOS update, that the NB voltage was set way too high because of the BIOS update. Even after resetting to default it wouldn't change, and if I set it manually it would set it back after a restart. I had to reflash my BIOS again. Now it can clock to 4.2Ghz.
Edited by ComputerRestore - 10/30/12 at 5:58am
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Finally got the time to set up my new rig FX-8350 with an MSI 990FXA GD-80V2. Pleasantly surprised- the board shipped with the bios that supports the 8350 thumb.gif

Only had it running for about an hour before the sandman worked his magic on me , but I was encouraged by the clock speeds I could get. It would do 4.8 ghz on 1.424 volts, 5.0 on 1.48 and did run for a bit at 5.2 Ghz on 1.5 volts. The 5 ghz and above werent stable at all but I really didn't do anything other than upping cpu volts and changing the multi. I'm on stock cooling , so any load testing will have to wait till I decide on a good watercooling solution.

I can see already that it is going to be fun and challenging to squeeze all that I can out of this chip.

The new board looks like a winner , very pleased with all the bios settings . The power delivery system looks robust and seems to function well ( yeah, I know it's early , but some of the V drop issues I've had with other boards don't appear to be a problem with this one).
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Finally got the time to set up my new rig FX-8350 with an MSI 990FXA GD-80V2. Pleasantly surprised- the board shipped with the bios that supports the 8350 thumb.gif
Only had it running for about an hour before the sandman worked his magic on me , but I was encouraged by the clock speeds I could get. It would do 4.8 ghz on 1.424 volts, 5.0 on 1.48 and did run for a bit at 5.2 Ghz on 1.5 volts. The 5 ghz and above werent stable at all but I really didn't do anything other than upping cpu volts and changing the multi. I'm on stock cooling , so any load testing will have to wait till I decide on a good watercooling solution.
I can see already that it is going to be fun and challenging to squeeze all that I can out of this chip.
The new board looks like a winner , very pleased with all the bios settings . The power delivery system looks robust and seems to function well ( yeah, I know it's early , but some of the V drop issues I've had with other boards don't appear to be a problem with this one).

Not bad for stock cooling, especially at those voltages.

What are you using for ram and power?
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Ram is 2133mhz cl9 gskill blue ripjaws, the psu is a PC Power and Cooling 910 watt unit. Currently I have it in a Lian Li PC9 case, but In the future I would really like to build it into a desk I have. I think the desk is 80" long and about 36 " deep with a section on the back that would be perfect to build a plexi glass shelf/case in. I'm only short time and talent tongue.gif
Really looking forward to getting a water loop and running some benches smile.gif
Any advice on watercooling kits? I have the corsair all in ones and while they are nice- I'm looking at entry level custom loop kits. My budget would be up to $200
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Mind posting how this overlclock journey started out? (i.e. stuff arrived in mail. assembled pc. updated BIOS to most recent non-beta, etc)
Edited: Or just send a PM
It may be something simple. For instance, when I built my Crosshair IV Formula with BE 965 Phenom X4, I updated the BIOS right away after installing Windows. It would not overclock at all, 3.7Ghz max, no matter what settings I used or voltages high/low. It turned out after the BIOS update, that the NB voltage was set way too high because of the BIOS update. Even after resetting to default it wouldn't change, and if I set it manually it would set it back after a restart. I had to reflash my BIOS again. Now it can clock to 4.2Ghz.
Good point. If you don't have things set to default when updating bios or when installing windows, there are bound to be issues. Been there.
    
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Ram is 2133mhz cl9 gskill blue ripjaws, the psu is a PC Power and Cooling 910 watt unit. Currently I have it in a Lian Li PC9 case, but In the future I would really like to build it into a desk I have. I think the desk is 80" long and about 36 " deep with a section on the back that would be perfect to build a plexi glass shelf/case in. I'm only short time and talent tongue.gif
Really looking forward to getting a water loop and running some benches smile.gif
Any advice on watercooling kits? I have the corsair all in ones and while they are nice- I'm looking at entry level custom loop kits. My budget would be up to $200

Raystorm kits are quite decent (look for AMD kit) but I don't remember how much they are new.

I've put together a decent system using OCN's marketplace. I had to buy a piece that I knew was a good deal, then wait, then buy another piece, etc. Though I became impatient about fittings. Everyone kept listing expensive ones and so I ended up buying some new ones but it didn't come out to too much.
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Just realized I had ECC on for non-ECC RAM doh.gif

Well at least the wall I've been hitting might increase now.
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Mind posting how this overlclock journey started out? (i.e. stuff arrived in mail. assembled pc. updated BIOS to most recent non-beta, etc)
Edited: Or just send a PM
It may be something simple. For instance, when I built my Crosshair IV Formula with BE 965 Phenom X4, I updated the BIOS right away after installing Windows. It would not overclock at all, 3.7Ghz max, no matter what settings I used or voltages high/low. It turned out after the BIOS update, that the NB voltage was set way too high because of the BIOS update. Even after resetting to default it wouldn't change, and if I set it manually it would set it back after a restart. I had to reflash my BIOS again. Now it can clock to 4.2Ghz.

Ordered 8320, GA990XA-UD3 Sucked at overclocking, went and bought a Sabertooth 990FX R2, stuck at 4.4, went and bought an H80, still stuck at 4.4, can't break the 4.5 wall even at 1.5v, H80 was bad fromt he factory, went and switched it for an H100, still stuck at 4.4, can't break the 4.5 wall even at 1.5v. Here we are...
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What the hell...ASUS took down the latest BIOS update from their site...

I was thinking of re-flashing my motherboard.
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