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Hehe this. Was to lazy to type that out.

Ultra high normally goes above set voltage. We look at voltage under load rather than voltage set due to this feature

yep.

very true.

that said if your system is hitting 60c after hours of prime95 i'd say you can go a little bit higher yet. Though i will say since getting my 8320 for xmas, that i've fallen out of love with prime95. I was simply unable to get this cpu to pass even 5 minutes of a prime burn at 4.6ghz and above. i was forced to move over to occt and ibt... and after playing with those programs i've sorta fallen in love with the IBT... seems if i can pass a 20 set pass on IBT it is stable enough to pass any length or type of OCCT burn; of course the temps are pretty low on the IBT, so i like OCCT to get me to prime95 level temps for thermal testing.

sorry for the blog post but i'm pretty new to both tests and only went to them after banging my head against the wall trying to get this chip to pass a prime95 burn. not an expert by any means of either program so i guess that above comment is mostly for feedback on if i'm using them right.
 
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Actually no my Mobo is FX officially compatible up to 8350
So aside from a golden 9370 my other option is a 8350, but I'm soo tempted to get a 6300 but I want to crossfire down the road
I could be wrong but I figure my mobo can handle the 9370 though

defiantly cannot handle the 9370. 220w Tdp

And seeing as support for the 8 core visheras was only added recently. I personally wouldn't gamble on that.

we might not be able to kill out chips within lunatic moderation but you really should go back and look at the quality
of the motherboards that these chips have claimed and killed and stuff ready to be mounted on some saps wall.

That motherboard was not designed with the FX Series in mind, in fact I doubt they were much past R&D on FX when this board was released.

Having all that said, the socket does Fit your chip, it should power it so it can boot up at the very least.

If money is tight, ya gatta do what ya gatta do. But if something fails in your case, something else is likely to get dragged down with it.

Also if you just decide to upgrade you can sell the parts for funding or save it to entertain(*cough* distract*cough*) the lady friend while you game thumb.gif
Edited by FlailScHLAMP - 12/29/13 at 5:34pm
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It is still possible to be unstable after only and hour or two of prime. My personal preference for prime is 8h+, but i generally don't have that kinda of time to donate to testing. so I give it a battery of AVX IBT (check first post in thread for D/L link)

Set to Max memory and have it run for 10 runs. that takes me about an hour or so for 4gb of ramm. IBT tests slightly differently then Prime so you don't need to test it for as long. however, both are recommend to be able to claim Full stable.

Also which option did you test under? the default one?

I'm not the best with Gigabyte boards, but as for what Mega is mentioning. there are settings for Line Load Calibration somewhere in your bios. IIRC there are three options other then auto

Maybe Kyad can correct me he is likely the most experienced with your model board, but the middle option is generally prefer, as the top LLC and auto generally will vboost you too much. and the first option might not be enough..


Might be the easiest to help if you can nab screen shots of your Bios settings for us. I know Asus has a screen shot in bios option for F12 i think. check in your bios to see if that is in option

that way we can guide you away from the evil AUTO where needed.

I believe I ran Prime for 4 to 5 hours at the 4.32 @ 1.425V settings before and today I ran it for 3 hours. Planned to run it overnight tonight, but, it looks like memtest is going to be ran tonight instead. And yes, I have just been running the default test.

I will take screenshots or write down everything and post it up tomorrow when I get home from work. Would like to do it tonight but my computer is currently occupied with running memtest.

I have OCCT already downloaded and I will DL IBT tomorrow so that we can perform all the necessary tests!

By the way, you all are awesome. SO glad I found this place! thumb.gif

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yep.

very true.

that said if your system is hitting 60c after hours of prime95 i'd say you can go a little bit higher yet. Though i will say since getting my 8320 for xmas, that i've fallen out of love with prime95. I was simply unable to get this cpu to pass even 5 minutes of a prime burn at 4.6ghz and above. i was forced to move over to occt and ibt... and after playing with those programs i've sorta fallen in love with the IBT... seems if i can pass a 20 set pass on IBT it is stable enough to pass any length or type of OCCT burn; of course the temps are pretty low on the IBT, so i like OCCT to get me to prime95 level temps for thermal testing.

sorry for the blog post but i'm pretty new to both tests and only went to them after banging my head against the wall trying to get this chip to pass a prime95 burn. not an expert by any means of either program so i guess that above comment is mostly for feedback on if i'm using them right.

I will perform all the runs tomorrow with prime, OCCT, and IBT...basically whatever the guys recommend I run, I'll run!
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yep.

very true.

that said if your system is hitting 60c after hours of prime95 i'd say you can go a little bit higher yet. Though i will say since getting my 8320 for xmas, that i've fallen out of love with prime95. I was simply unable to get this cpu to pass even 5 minutes of a prime burn at 4.6ghz and above. i was forced to move over to occt and ibt... and after playing with those programs i've sorta fallen in love with the IBT... seems if i can pass a 20 set pass on IBT it is stable enough to pass any length or type of OCCT burn; of course the temps are pretty low on the IBT, so i like OCCT to get me to prime95 level temps for thermal testing.

sorry for the blog post but i'm pretty new to both tests and only went to them after banging my head against the wall trying to get this chip to pass a prime95 burn. not an expert by any means of either program so i guess that above comment is mostly for feedback on if i'm using them right.

In short yes.. expanded:

There are 2 versions of ibt there is the avx and non avx the non avx will only show the gflops in the 40s that one should not be used. The one you want to use isibt avx. That one will show80s to 100s.

You want to step your way up starting at high or ultra high to test for stability. Then once you complete 10 passes of ultra high aim for 20 passes on max for full heat.

If there are any errors it will normally find it at that point.

Key notes. You want positive numbers in ibt negative numbers means not stable.

Occt is decent but isn't the best stability tester. And temps are not as high. However it is still a good test and can help you a lot with the graphs that it produces.

Prime is great for long term stressing and normally if it is prime stable for 12 hours then you can fold for 24/7
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defiantly cannot handle the 9370. 220w Tdp

And seeing as support for the 8 core visheras was only added recently. I personally wouldn't gamble on that.

we might not be able to kill out chips within lunatic moderation but you really should go back and look at the quality
of the motherboards that these chips have claimed and killed and stuff ready to be mounted on some saps wall.

That motherboard was not designed with the FX Series in mind, in fact I doubt they were much past R&D on FX when this board was released.

Having all that said, the socket does Fit your chip, it should power it so it can boot up at the very least.

If money is tight, ya gatta do what ya gatta do. But if something fails in your case, something else is likely to get dragged down with it.

Also if you just decide to upgrade you can sell the parts for funding or save it to entertain(*cough* distract*cough*) the lady friend while you game thumb.gif

Cool, in case you didn't know I do have a Black socket and it does take my current chip to 4.2ghz, plus I have an extra 120mm fan blowing on the cpu/vrm(8+1) area
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In short yes.. expanded:

There are 2 versions of ibt there is the avx and non avx the non avx will only show the gflops in the 40s that one should not be used. The one you want to use isibt avx. That one will show80s to 100s.

You want to step your way up starting at high or ultra high to test for stability. Then once you complete 10 passes of ultra high aim for 20 passes on max for full heat.

If there are any errors it will normally find it at that point.

Key notes. You want positive numbers in ibt negative numbers means not stable.

Occt is decent but isn't the best stability tester. And temps are not as high. However it is still a good test and can help you a lot with the graphs that it produces.

Prime is great for long term stressing and normally if it is prime stable for 12 hours then you can fold for 24/7

yeah... I've got the AVX version, and that's mostly how I've used it. I just gotta figure out what i need to tweak with this cpu and prime to pass a prime burn. This chip simply won't pass a prime burn at any setting i've tried. yet it flies through IBT and OCCT.
 
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hey im new here just wanted to show my first stable OC so far on the 8320, with what this cpu is showing now i can probably do way more

i have an corsair h60 hooked upto this 8320 on a ASUS 990FX Sabertooth r1.0

EDIT: how do i set this up to show the image not the file etc? (answered thanksFlailScHLAMP)

EDIT(2): also using HWMonitor and Speedfan, temps are at a steady 36C on full load
Edited by Orvieto - 12/29/13 at 7:23pm
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Cool, in case you didn't know I do have a Black socket and it does take my current chip to 4.2ghz, plus I have an extra 120mm fan blowing on the cpu/vrm(8+1) area
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Actually no my Mobo is FX officially compatible up to 8350
So aside from a golden 9370 my other option is a 8350, but I'm soo tempted to get a 6300 but I want to crossfire down the road
I could be wrong but I figure my mobo can handle the 9370 though


Still doesn't change the fact that the motherboard was not designed with the FX series in mind.

jsut because it was/is a serviceable board for the phenoms does not mean it can actually handle the FX series.

Like I said, it will boot an run. Beyond that OC will be a gamble.

I would personally never suggest the combo. Lower end Asus's are not exactly know for their "high quality" vrms

ANY regular here will suggest that a m5a99fx pro (r2 now) is the lowest end asus board recommend for overclocking these 8 core chips.

you might luck out with a m5a97 that is goo quality like Durvelle27 has, but other then his we've seen alot of them Fail or just flat out can't handle the processor.

Also anything smaller then ATX size board for these chips is a horribly bad idea. (which should be crossfire capable, meaning 16x + 16X speeds)

The bottom line is, its your money its your gear, you can do what ya want with it.

I'm saying its a gamble, i'm sure most regulars agree as i've not been flame for saying your board prolly won't cut it.

Why risk your other components and other collateral damage that might incur with a VRM failure?
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2pnsz1.png 115k .png file

hey im new here just wanted to show my first stable OC so far on the 8320, with what this cpu is showing now i can probably do way more

i have an corsair h60 hooked upto this 8320 on a ASUS 990FX Sabertooth r1.0

EDIT: how do i set this up to show the image not the file etc?

the little button that looks like a picture 5 icons in from the right it pops a window up to upload a file..
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Still doesn't change the fact that the motherboard was not designed with the FX series in mind.

jsut because it was/is a serviceable board for the phenoms does not mean it can actually handle the FX series.

Like I said, it will boot an run. Beyond that OC will be a gamble.

I would personally never suggest the combo. Lower end Asus's are not exactly know for their "high quality" vrms

ANY regular here will suggest that a m5a99fx pro (r2 now) is the lowest end asus board recommend for overclocking these 8 core chips.

you might luck out with a m5a97 that is goo quality like Durvelle27 has, but other then his we've seen alot of them Fail or just flat out can't handle the processor.

Also anything smaller then ATX size board for these chips is a horribly bad idea. (which should be crossfire capable, meaning 16x + 16X speeds)

The bottom line is, its your money its your gear, you can do what ya want with it.

I'm saying its a gamble, i'm sure most regulars agree as i've not been flame for saying your board prolly won't cut it.

Why risk your other components and other collateral damage that might incur with a VRM failure?

So you are saying I should be looking at a 6300 with my mobo even with the 8+1 vrms ????
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