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Hey Devildog 83 what 3D mark was it that I was gonna run for you single vs dual? 3DMark 11 or just 3D Mark?

3DMark11 1.0.5 released 4/18/2013

3DMark was 1.2.250 this is where most of the issue is, with firestrike.

With 1x 7870 I was over 2400 combined, low but OK, with 7870 and 270x X-Fire I was a bit over 2100 combined score. Same CPU basically same clocks. I am missing something here.
Edited by Devildog83 - 1/6/14 at 10:41am
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Turn CnQ and C6 off, that might solve some problems for you.

That did solve the startup problem at 4.92ghz. thumb.gif



This is at 72F or 22.22222C.
This is as far as it will go heat and volts wise. You keep talking about spikes and I spent hours last night looking for something about them and came up empty. I have never experienced these BSODs before and am working in a vacuum.

These cpus are supplied with the Antec Kuhler 920 methinks, which is a pretty average cooler and yet it can supposedly stop the BSODs. Is anyone else getting these BSODs?

I'm talking about the same temp spikes that you mentioned in an earlier post ( see below) tongue.gif



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It's heat.... believe me smile.gif

What heat? It either runs at 55C or it BSODs. Voltage wise that HAL9590 can take 1.51-1.52vcore max under load. Anything more gets a BSOD and those volts gives 4.8ghz max.

The 8350 runs all day at 1.52vcore under load with temps in the mid 50s and spikes into the 60s @ 4.7ghz. Either the motherboard or the cpu is defective and I have not made up my mind yet which it is.

I was fairly certain that neither the board nor the chip was defective , glad it came down to bios settings.

As for your temps on the prime run , I'd call shenanigans if you were running anything but the GD-80 wink.gif. If the chip can do that, you'd better hang on to it.
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Hey folks. So if you're not overclocking, the GeminII S524 air cooler should be fine for the 8350?
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Shenanigans? Malarkey! smile.gif

That's the way this thing runs and it still BSODs, just not as soon and the spike is to 52C or so. I had to back it down to 4.8ghz today to keep it semi stable. I got tired of restarting it every few minutes. Does anyone else get these BSODs?

Oh, while I'm here how bad does this look? Just did it a few minutes ago.
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Hey folks. So if you're not overclocking, the GeminII S524 air cooler should be fine for the 8350?

That cooler should be plenty enough even if you do want to overclock. It is not quite as good as the Hyper 212 Evo, which is also more than good enough for stock and for slight overclocks. If you already have the GeminII S524, then you will be fine. If you're looking to buy a new aftermarket air cooler, then go for the Hyper 212 Evo.
Edited by NicksTricks007 - 1/6/14 at 3:41pm
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Shenanigans? Malarkey! smile.gif

That's the way this thing runs and it still BSODs, just not as soon and the spike is to 52C or so. I had to back it down to 4.8ghz today to keep it semi stable. I got tired of restarting it every few minutes. Does anyone else get these BSODs?

Oh, while I'm here how bad does this look? Just did it a few minutes ago.


Not bad for the clockspeed. thumb.gif
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That cooler should be plenty enough even if you do want to overclock. It is not quite as good as the Hyper 212 Evo, which is also more than good enough for stock and for slight overclocks. If you already have the GeminII S524, then you will be fine. If you're looking to buy a new aftermarket air cooler, then go for the Hyper 212 Evo.

Thanks a bunch for the answer. I'm getting my components together for my build and this was one of the last questions I had (that and case fans). I just like the look of it, plus I want to replace the stock fan it comes with with an LED one. biggrin.gif

Thanks again. thumb.gif
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Thanks a bunch for the answer. I'm getting my components together for my build and this was one of the last questions I had (that and case fans). I just like the look of it, plus I want to replace the stock fan it comes with with an LED one. biggrin.gif

Thanks again. thumb.gif

No problem buddy smile.gif Good call on replacing that stock fan in it too. Grab you one of the CM r4 or blade masters and you'll be set. Good luck with your new build.
Edited by NicksTricks007 - 1/6/14 at 5:05pm
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Shenanigans? Malarkey! smile.gif

That's the way this thing runs and it still BSODs, just not as soon and the spike is to 52C or so. I had to back it down to 4.8ghz today to keep it semi stable. I got tired of restarting it every few minutes. Does anyone else get these BSODs?

Oh, while I'm here how bad does this look? Just did it a few minutes ago.

I have to ask.
How are you managing to keep that CPU cool on air? I have mine all wet and it's still in the 50+ range

Also, how are you managing to power that CPU? 220W tdp iirc. The largest tdp I could find was 140W when I built this computer earlier this year. (The TA970 I have is a stellar board for the $80 I paid for it, just has that goofy 16x4x crossfire support, which blows)

EDIT: by largest tdp of 140, I mean, the largest motherboard tdp, not CPU
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That cooler should be plenty enough even if you do want to overclock. It is not quite as good as the Hyper 212 Evo, which is also more than good enough for stock and for slight overclocks. If you already have the GeminII S524, then you will be fine. If you're looking to buy a new aftermarket air cooler, then go for the Hyper 212 Evo.

hyper212 is not recommended

http://www.phanteksusa.com/products/phanteks-ph-tc12dx_rd
if your going single tower or almost anything other then hyper212, if you want a quality air cooler that will last years to come and is worth mounting get a noctua or a phanteks.

If you want some real overclock power get a double tower otherwise you wont get over 4.5ghz if your lucky.

Something like this:
http://www.phanteksusa.com/products/phanteks-ph-tc14pe_bl
http://www.noctua.at/main.php?show=productview&products_id=34&lng=en

If you want to sacrifice and get the 212 it is cheaper and actually does perform better then most (of the single towers it will not outperform the doubles). But its IMO still not worth it. Id rather have something that performs slightly worse thats atleast a decent quality mounting system.
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