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My 8320 takes 1.456v to be stable at 4.5GHz. If I want 4.6GHz I have to up it to 1.5v and my Antec Kuhler 620 cant hang.
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oh that sucks, I was hoping someone was going to hit 5.3 stable. I am going to resume trying for 5.3 tomorrow. did you boot that, or on the fly? I can't figure how you held that @ 1.48 thumb.gif

You mean 1.43v right? On the fly, but it didn't crash... Until I tried to lower the voltage...

I may be able to, I don't know. I'm having some sort of power issue when I hit 1.47v, I freeze no matter the frequency. I ran OCCT PSU test with 2 6970s and the CPU at 4.8GHz with 1.46v (stable at 1.43) and the PSU didn't seem to have an issue, meanwhile the ambient in my room rose by like 5C...

It's down to either my board or the CPU now, but at any rate, I did get 5.1GHz stable with 1.43 on 4 cores.
    
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I just can't figure out what to do differently for my set-up..... i just can't break 4.5Ghz with my dual fan H60..... very stumped i am

Out of curiosity, what is your stock vcore and cpu/nb v? Mine where 1.325vcore and 1.16 cpu/nb, I found this odd. My brothers chip was 1.4 and 1.25ish I think. I'm looking for patterns by the way.
    
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start over with the basics. I don't remember if you set your NB/HT to stock or a bit lower to start? mem timings?

NB/HT are linked at 2400 right now, i initially had them at 2200 but it doesn't seem to make a difference right now...


200 x 22.5 @ 1.425V = Stable but HIGH temps, 60*C after almost an hour
my mem timings are 9-9-9-24 @ 1600Mhz @1.5v (i have 2x G-Skill 4Gb cards, this is stock setting for them)


I guess i could try setting the multi back to 20 and messing with the bus speed but i've never really had good results with that.... maybe this chip is different, who knows. any more ideas?

I'd really like to hit 4.8, that is my goal for 24/7 if i can get it
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Originally Posted by m0bius View Post

Out of curiosity, what is your stock vcore and cpu/nb v? Mine where 1.325vcore and 1.16 cpu/nb, I found this odd. My brothers chip was 1.4 and 1.25ish I think. I'm looking for patterns by the way.

EDITED, i remembered wrong
my stock out of the box with cleared CMOS was 1.3375Vcore and 1.16 CPU/NB, very close to yours
Edited by Covert_Death - 11/9/12 at 6:03pm
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Stock

1.38Vcore
1.23v nb

But ran
1.4vcore
1.18v nb up 4.5ghz easy when I needed to up nb to 1.23v to get to 4.8ghz and 1.3v for 5ghz.
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sabertooth 990 v1.....and you see the pic right??? there are actually 3 lcs pump/blocks in the loop (1 on each card as well) with 3 120 rads + 1 120x80mm thick "monster" rad.....i consider that modded

OK, I'm looking at a blue print for modding my own 620! Thanks for the reply and the pic.

Now I'm agonizing over which motherboard to get for a Vishera!

I've tried an Asus M5A99FX 2.0 and a Gigbyte 990FXA-UD3 (rev. 1.1) and both had issues that made me return them. The Asus wouldn't unlock my current CPU (Phenom II X2) at all, even though I've been using it for 3 years in my Gigabyte GA-MA790X-UDP4 with 4 cores without issue. The Asus also wouldn't even post with my Gigabyte Windforce 7950 flashed with the Windforce 7970 bios (1000MHz core/1375MHz memory). I had to switch the bios back to the original Windforce 7950 900MHz core bios it came with to even post. For me, this second issue with the graphics card was the deal-breaker with the Asus board. I'm now wondering if this problem would exist on any newer (2.0) Asus board.

The Gigabyte board posted no problem with the 7950 card using the 7970 bios (thumb.gif) but after some preliminary core unlocking trials, it corrupted my windows installation. I'm going to assume that, for some reason (perhaps the PII X2 550BE chip I have can only run 4 cores stable using its built-in DDR2 memory controller, but is unstable at any speed with the unlocked cores using its DDR3 controller? Does this sound plausible anyone?). I was prepared to overlook the unlocked cores stability issue, since it at least worked with my flashed 7950 card, but I was concerned by the amazing heat coming off of the north bridge chip. Even my old Gigabyte GA-MA790X-UDP4 board had a cool-running north bridge, with a pipe connecting it to the VRM heatsink to share the heat load. The more I read about current Gigabyte boards (from the 990X to the 990FX-UD7) running with boilling hot north bridges, the less I want to buy one.

I am so frustrated, I was EVEN considering buying a cheapo BIOSTAR TA990FXE (I can grab one at a local computer store for $109.99) board, but I've restrained myself, since it has its second PCI-E 16x slot too close to the first one for comfort in a 2 card setup.

Any suggestions? I like the Asus boards, but I'd have to reflash my 7950's bios back down to 'standard' speeds and rely on software overclocking tools, which I don't like. Anybody else have a bios flashed 7950 card working in a Vishera-capable motherboard other than Gigabyte?
Edited by anubis44 - 11/10/12 at 5:53pm
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NB/HT are linked at 2400 right now, i initially had them at 2200 but it doesn't seem to make a difference right now...
200 x 22.5 @ 1.425V = Stable but HIGH temps, 60*C after almost an hour
my mem timings are 9-9-9-24 @ 1600Mhz @1.5v (i have 2x G-Skill 4Gb cards, this is stock setting for them)
I guess i could try setting the multi back to 20 and messing with the bus speed but i've never really had good results with that.... maybe this chip is different, who knows. any more ideas?
I'd really like to hit 4.8, that is my goal for 24/7 if i can get it

Other than your LLC situation seems to be backwards. I guess see if your chip is 'FSB' motivated. I have seen some awfully high HT ref OC's. Did you find an LLC setting that would do what that graph i posted would do? or close to it? It is possible that 4.5 is all that particular silicon has to offer, but being the higher binned 8350 I am just skeptical
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Hello folks, currently on page 218 and about 20 more pages to read.
To summarize:
-Raven had to go through a really rough time.
-The 8320s seem to oc a little lower than the 8350s (Kyad seems to be an exception).
-bmgjet with sabertooth r2 hit 5Ghz on his 8350(antec 920) whereas Wiffinberg with the same board and chip (212 evo) only hit 4.6, maybe he hit a thermal wall?
-@endevite, i am disappoint. Ur only at 4.5 with sabertooth r1. wink.gif Correction:4.6, my bad biggrin.gif
-Electroneng's M5A97 Evo seems to have done really well.
I'm considering 2 boards at the moment M5A99FX PRO R2.0 and Saber R2, looks like saber is the better choice but is also slightly more expensive.
As for the cooler i'll most probably be going with the Silver Arrow (the good old SA, not the new SB-E), unfortunately no one here seems to have one.
Also i'd love to see some of ur cool rigs, I totally dig lifeisshort117's setup.. would like to see Red1776's too.
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Unfortunately for me the the chips are not available in India yet, i'll have to wait longer. frown.gif

Not finished yet, case or innards, but here it is so far Roofrider:

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Not finished yet, case or innards, but here it is so far Roofrider:
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Beautiful rig there, Red1776, but that fan on your north bridge on your UD7 - that's exactly what I don't want to see. I don't want to see a motherboard that costs over $200 needing a $10 fan custom bolted onto the VRM/northbridge because the heatsinks are inadequate. It smacks of bad design. If Asus can adequately cool their VRMs/northbridge without aftermarket fans, why can't Gigabyte?

Gigabyte is starting to loose my respect at this point, which greatly saddens me, because my current GA-MA790X-UDP4 has been so awesome all these years, and it was about a $130 board for crying out loud. Please say it ain't so, Gigabyte.
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