Originally Posted by Rangerjr1
Underlying issue being false information/no knowledge? lol
again you respond with-out respect and no reasonable information to help. Thanks for that. you really make it easy to ask for anything.. thanks.
Originally Posted by M3TAl
If it is the VRM then either you have horrible case airflow or the heatsink isn't making contact. Or a combination of both. The UD3/5/7 VRM's have no problem handling an 8350 at 4.6ghz.
Yeah thats kinda what I thought thats why I got the ud5 It was the most recommended bang for buck that would handle the 8350. I asked around and this was the most suggested mobo for my price range. I just cant seem to figure out the beep. I am making iso now I will try the re-install of windows and slowly work my ghz up to see if it happens again.
Just a weird symptom. I thought maybe it was seated wrong but i have now re-seated the thing like 5 times and its been spread evenly and came apart looking good everytime.
I dont know what could possible cause vcore droop at 50* and a mobo to beep. VRM has been the only reasonable suggestion, maybe I got one that was seated badly from the factory, maybe just needs new tim. I dont know Ill find out more when I test for the beep again. Starting from scratch and one step at a time maybe it just wont be there anymore
Originally Posted by brad1138
This is incorrect. His cooler (Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO) is virtually identical to mine. I looked at them both and went with mine to save $5, I also bought a 2nd 120 mm fan for it, but it isn't necessary, I peek out at 58C under IBT (Very High setting) with 1 fan and 55C with 2 fans and that is @ 4.62GHz (Turbo off). Solid as a rock. I can get more, 4.7 or even 4.8, but this is a very good setting and stays cooler.
It is considerably
better than the stock fan. It may not be top of the line/state of the art, but it is very
Im glad someone agree's Although its not the best it should atleast handle 4.3ghz I know im not an idiot ive read the forum post for this cooler multiple people achieve much more stable temps on this same motherboard with the same processor/cooler. But I gave up with this argument as it wasn't my initial problem. I just want it to function properly and be stable without that stupid beep/vdroop.Edited by dmfree88 - 7/21/13 at 9:40pm