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I don't know what bios he used but someone did submit a 5 ghz one for a rev2.
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maybe you're missing something. me and a friend of mine recently upgraded. he bought a FX8350 and an i5 3570k for me. he was able to clock it at 4.9ghz fully stable (he's having trouble making it stable at 5ghz). . my system demolishes his pc on gaming (we both have the same graphics card) but he's getting much better memory overclocks. did they improve the IMC on the new PD chips?

I highly doubt it as every review shows the 3570K as the better gaming cpu
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I highly doubt it as every review shows the 3570K as the better gaming cpu
I think that's what he is saying, he owns the 3570k and its doing better in gaming than his friends AMD. Also I think his question about the PD IMC is in regards to MHZ and yes the PD has the ability to run much higher memory clockspeeds than older AMD processors such as the denebs.
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I think that's what he is saying, he owns the 3570k and its doing better in gaming than his friends AMD. Also I think his question about the PD IMC is in regards to MHZ and yes the PD has the ability to run much higher memory clockspeeds than older AMD processors such as the denebs.

I might have just read his post incorrectly. biggrin.gif
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I might have just read his post incorrectly. biggrin.gif

I already helped him via PM.. he just has a ram set that does not OC very well.
    
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Raising PLL (I believe vdscca or something on other boards, I'm running UD5) from 2.5v to 2.695v let me lower vcore .08v while remaining stable at the same clocks. Can anyone else confirm that raising PLL above 2.5v allows for better clocks or lower vcore?

Also, blender in Funtoo is fast, like very fast. At 5.1ghz I render my old demo scene about twice as fast as my 920 at 4ghz. If anyone wants to take the dive into a hardcore Linux distro, i strongly suggest going Funtoo and compiling everything with the right CFLAGS. It ships with GCC 4.6.2 so you have to use Bulldozer CFLAGS, but it still is awesome.

All the tutorials are kind of broken, I suggest you attempt it first in in a virtual machine (virtual box is free) and keep practicing. Funtoo is much easier than Gentoo (that's not saying much though) but the gains you see seem like they're well worth it. I haven't even bothered setting up Win7 yet on my machine, but when I do I can get some benches comparing Blender with GCC 4.6.2 with CFLAGS vs graphicall mingw Blender vs Blender from Blender.org.
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post #1917 of 67351
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Well my OC in the OP just survived the "leave your computer running while you're away for the weekend and see if it works when you get back" test. Not a very stressful one, but it's something.


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Originally Posted by sdlvx View Post

Raising PLL (I believe vdscca or something on other boards, I'm running UD5) from 2.5v to 2.695v let me lower vcore .08v while remaining stable at the same clocks. Can anyone else confirm that raising PLL above 2.5v allows for better clocks or lower vcore?
Also, blender in Funtoo is fast, like very fast. At 5.1ghz I render my old demo scene about twice as fast as my 920 at 4ghz. If anyone wants to take the dive into a hardcore Linux distro, i strongly suggest going Funtoo and compiling everything with the right CFLAGS. It ships with GCC 4.6.2 so you have to use Bulldozer CFLAGS, but it still is awesome.
All the tutorials are kind of broken, I suggest you attempt it first in in a virtual machine (virtual box is free) and keep practicing. Funtoo is much easier than Gentoo (that's not saying much though) but the gains you see seem like they're well worth it. I haven't even bothered setting up Win7 yet on my machine, but when I do I can get some benches comparing Blender with GCC 4.6.2 with CFLAGS vs graphicall mingw Blender vs Blender from Blender.org.

I will try that when I do some more testing, as well as trying out some FSB OCing with the non-beta F9 since I never got a chance to.
Edited by KyadCK - 10/30/12 at 11:44am
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post #1918 of 67351
Hi, guys.

I just got my 8320. Amazing chip smile.gif

I used to have a Deneb on a 790XT-UD4P and some things are different with PD ..... for instance:



Anyone can please explain why per core temp is 8 degrees Celsius ....... Is there something wrong with the mobo?

Thanks a lot.
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Most AMD chips are not accurate at idle temps. It uses some sort of calculation that gets more and more accurate as it gets closer to its max.
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post #1920 of 67351
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Originally Posted by sdlvx View Post

Raising PLL (I believe vdscca or something on other boards, I'm running UD5) from 2.5v to 2.695v let me lower vcore .08v while remaining stable at the same clocks. Can anyone else confirm that raising PLL above 2.5v allows for better clocks or lower vcore?
Also, blender in Funtoo is fast, like very fast. At 5.1ghz I render my old demo scene about twice as fast as my 920 at 4ghz. If anyone wants to take the dive into a hardcore Linux distro, i strongly suggest going Funtoo and compiling everything with the right CFLAGS. It ships with GCC 4.6.2 so you have to use Bulldozer CFLAGS, but it still is awesome.
All the tutorials are kind of broken, I suggest you attempt it first in in a virtual machine (virtual box is free) and keep practicing. Funtoo is much easier than Gentoo (that's not saying much though) but the gains you see seem like they're well worth it. I haven't even bothered setting up Win7 yet on my machine, but when I do I can get some benches comparing Blender with GCC 4.6.2 with CFLAGS vs graphicall mingw Blender vs Blender from Blender.org.
I have a UD3, I will add to the PLL when I get home. What's the max safe voltage?
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