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Ok folks, a little help here.. decent boards here in portugal are not only hard to find but damn expensive...
The only ones with decent value are the ga 990fxa-ud3 and msi 990fxa-gd65, and maybe the sabertooth but that is around 30 to 40$ pricier..
Also no store will even garantee a rev 1.2 or 3.0 ud3 (they simply dont know :-\ ) so i cant be safe to get LLC by picking the ud3..
However despite some horror stories with older MSI boards ive also seen good enough reviews, one or two decent results here with 8350s and mentions of low vdrop with both the gd65 and gd80 (unlike..
What should i do? Do i risk an ud3 knowing i might get stuck with a 1.0 with no LLC, and a vdrooping board..? should i take my chances with MSI or do i cough up the dough and go for the sabertooth? :-\
Please advise!
I believe the Rev number is printed on the box. At least it is on the GA-990FXA-UD3 rev 1.1 box.
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Ok folks, a little help here.. decent boards here in portugal are not only hard to find but damn expensive...
The only ones with decent value are the ga 990fxa-ud3 and msi 990fxa-gd65, and maybe the sabertooth but that is around 30 to 40$ pricier..
Also no store will even garantee a rev 1.2 or 3.0 ud3 (they simply dont know :-\ ) so i cant be safe to get LLC by picking the ud3..
However despite some horror stories with older MSI boards ive also seen good enough reviews, one or two decent results here with 8350s and mentions of low vdrop with both the gd65 and gd80 (unlike..
What should i do? Do i risk an ud3 knowing i might get stuck with a 1.0 with no LLC, and a vdrooping board..? should i take my chances with MSI or do i cough up the dough and go for the sabertooth? :-\
Please advise!

Well, they don't sell 1.0 anymore, or shouldn't. The people who got them got them when they were waiting for BD.

Regardless, most stores have a 15-30 day return policy. If they don't, I find most people will let you see the product if it means making a sale. If that still doesn't work... Then I dunno, but it's rare I've gotten that far in any store.
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I believe the Rev number is printed on the box. At least it is on the GA-990FXA-UD3 rev 1.1 box.

I figured as much but no store has it in stock so they'd have to order it in if i choose the ud3 :-\

What can i say, its an intel world here..
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The rev is printed on the box, tell those store employees to get their stuff together!

Okay, so after some tweaking it looks like I have finally for 4.7GHz stable for a 24/7 OC on my 8320 and UD3 Rev 1.1

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2563308

Under load my voltage will fluctuate between 1.488v and 1.520v and I'm cutting it really close to my thermal limit. Nothing I am going to do will stress my CPU like Prime and IBT though so I'm okay with it for everyday use.

I am going to experiment with lapping my Antec Kuhler 620 coldplate this weekend and possibly experiment with some new fans if I can talk my wife into letting me spend some $$$ on more frivolous computer parts!
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The rev is printed on the box, tell those store employees to get their stuff together!
Okay, so after some tweaking it looks like I have finally for 4.7GHz stable for a 24/7 OC on my 8320 and UD3 Rev 1.1
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2563308
Under load my voltage will fluctuate between 1.488v and 1.520v and I'm cutting it really close to my thermal limit. Nothing I am going to do will stress my CPU like Prime and IBT though so I'm okay with it for everyday use.
I am going to experiment with lapping my Antec Kuhler 620 coldplate this weekend and possibly experiment with some new fans if I can talk my wife into letting me spend some $$$ on more frivolous computer parts!

I do not think lapping the Antec 620 block will do anything it is pretty flat.

What May help but void warranty is lapping cpu IHS and changing TIm to Cool Labs Liquid Ultra.
    
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Lap the 620 for sure, I got really good results doing mine before I got a 920.
Iv also read in a few posts on this forum that it doesnt void the warranty unless you break something during the lapping.
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I am going to experiment with lapping my Antec Kuhler 620 coldplate this weekend and possibly experiment with some new fans if I can talk my wife into letting me spend some $$$ on more frivolous computer parts!
Newegg sent out an email with discount codes yesterday - 20% off ALL case fans and 15% off ALL CPU cooling products. I picked up 3 120mm Noctua case fans.
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Originally Posted by omninmo View Post

Ok folks, a little help here.. decent boards here in portugal are not only hard to find but damn expensive...
The only ones with decent value are the ga 990fxa-ud3 and msi 990fxa-gd65, and maybe the sabertooth but that is around 30 to 40$ pricier..
Also no store will even garantee a rev 1.2 or 3.0 ud3 (they simply dont know :-\ ) so i cant be safe to get LLC by picking the ud3..
However despite some horror stories with older MSI boards ive also seen good enough reviews, one or two decent results here with 8350s and mentions of low vdrop with both the gd65 and gd80 (unlike..
What should i do? Do i risk an ud3 knowing i might get stuck with a 1.0 with no LLC, and a vdrooping board..? should i take my chances with MSI or do i cough up the dough and go for the sabertooth? :-\
Please advise!

not sure as of yet for the 8350 just yet.. however the MSI GD65 seems to be pretty sold for me running Thuban 1100T @4Ghz (daily clock) and im on air cooling.. I will check back in as Im going to be ordering a 8350 soon as I have a half failing memory controller cpu side
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post #1949 of 66995
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Lap the 620 for sure, I got really good results doing mine before I got a 920.
Iv also read in a few posts on this forum that it doesnt void the warranty unless you break something during the lapping.
I will lap it this weekend. I remember you said something about tying the radiator to your arm so you don't stress the hoses?

Also could I use 320 grit for the first round or is that too coarse? (The reason why I'm asking is because I already have some)
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Newegg sent out an email with discount codes yesterday - 20% off ALL case fans and 15% off ALL CPU cooling products. I picked up 3 120mm Noctua case fans.

Good to know! Thank you!
post #1950 of 66995
320 should be fine for starting off, Just be aware its going to sand it down quite quickly.
Yup tied it to my arm so the hoses were straight the whole time I was lapping it other wise if the radiator was just on the mirror it would be flexing each stroke.
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