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Ok well concerning my overclock tests last night.
It's confirmed that my LLC settings are this:

extreme up's the Vcore
Low keeps it closest to what I set.


4.6 OC
  • H100i balanced mode
  • Vcore 1.4
  • DVID:disabled
  • LLC extreme


During prime, my Vcore goes up to 1.488
54c -59c Max Avg: 56c

I will try different settings tonight to try and get those temps down a bit. I'm sure I can get it to post and run prime with a lower static Vcore and a lower LLC. (maybe 1.42-1.43)
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Originally Posted by HellyHans View Post

Ok well concerning my overclock tests last night.
It's confirmed that my LLC settings are this:

extreme up's the Vcore
Low keeps it closest to what I set.


4.6 OC
  • H100i balanced mode
  • Vcore 1.4
  • DVID:disabled
  • LLC extreme


During prime, my Vcore goes up to 1.488
54c -59c Max Avg: 56c

I will try different settings tonight to try and get those temps down a bit. I'm sure I can get it to post and run prime with a lower static Vcore and a lower LLC. (maybe 1.42-1.43)

those temps are a little high for those volts

reseat your cpu block?
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Originally Posted by FlailScHLAMP View Post

those temps are a little high for those volts

reseat your cpu block?

1.488v during load I find is a little high for voltage on these chips no?

Everywhere I have seen people are able to get about the same clock but with lower voltage around 1.42-1.45
1.55v is the MAX these can take.

The Overclock owners list shows pretty much a lot of 8320 under 1.44
I'm sure I will be able to get lower temps with a lower Vcore and still be stable @ 4.6
Edited by HellyHans - 1/15/14 at 7:39am
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1.488v during load I find is a little high for voltage on these chips no?

Everywhere I have seen people are able to get about the same clock but with lower voltage around 1.42-1.45
1.55v is the MAX these can take.

The Overclock owners list shows pretty much a lot of 8320 under 1.44
I'm sure I will be able to get lower temps with a lower Vcore and still be stable @ 4.6
No 1.488v is not to high and idk where you got 1.55v is the max for these chips as that's very untrue. These chips are very tough. As long as you can keep temps down you can push the volts.

Idk what CPU you have but if its a 8320 then its not uncommon to need high volts for certain OCs. My old 8320 needed 1.55v just for 4.8GHz but the case for the high voltage is LLC. You have it set to extreme which boosts volts a big jump
 
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No 1.488v is not to high and idk where you got 1.55v is the max for these chips as that's very untrue. These chips are very tough. As long as you can keep temps down you can push the volts.

Idk what CPU you have but if its a 8320 then its not uncommon to need high volts for certain OCs. My old 8320 needed 1.55v just for 4.8GHz but the case for the high voltage is LLC. You have it set to extreme which boosts volts a big jump

My system is listed in my sig.wink.gif

and BTW, on the first page of this thread.

Pretty much all my research in forums and threads indicate that 1.55v is pretty high and should be a limit.

The CPU charts here for the FX also reflect this... I don't know anyone running over 1.55 with a simple 240mm rad.

General Information:

- 62C is the maximum recommended temp for the CPU Core temp reading.
- 1.55v is the maximum recommended voltage.
- Stock HyperTransport speed is 2600Mhz.
- Stock NorthBridge speed is 2200Mhz.
Edited by HellyHans - 1/15/14 at 8:06am
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Purchasing a Gigabyte 990fx UD5 mobo here soon, anyone running a FX-8350 stock clock on that board?? Thanks biggrin.gif

It's not stock, but i am running a 8350 and a UD5 What can i help you with? thumb.gif
 
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post #29157 of 67360
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Originally Posted by HellyHans View Post

Ok well concerning my overclock tests last night.
It's confirmed that my LLC settings are this:

extreme up's the Vcore
Low keeps it closest to what I set.


4.6 OC
  • H100i balanced mode
  • Vcore 1.4
  • DVID:disabled
  • LLC extreme


During prime, my Vcore goes up to 1.488
54c -59c Max Avg: 56c

I will try different settings tonight to try and get those temps down a bit. I'm sure I can get it to post and run prime with a lower static Vcore and a lower LLC. (maybe 1.42-1.43)

That is higher than what I get for temps, but I have an H-100 in push/pull set on high with this test. The key to getting good temps with the corsair clc's is a good mounting job , it's pretty easy to overtighten one side of the cooling block resulting in poor contact on the other side.
This picture is of prime at 4.6 ghz for 30minutes with a voltage setting of 1.55 volts resulting in a loaded voltage of 1.48( no llc on my GD-80) , fans on high at 68F ambient.
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It's not stock, but i am running a 8350 and a UD5 What can i help you with? thumb.gif

How is your experience with this mobo? After watching videos and reading about flashes needing done to the board to work with our CPU i was getting alil worried.. I'm use to Asus boards so I was alil concerned on the flashing process for Gigabyte etc.. Not a noobie so no worries just looking to broaden my horizons! smile.gif
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1.488v during load I find is a little high for voltage on these chips no?

Everywhere I have seen people are able to get about the same clock but with lower voltage around 1.42-1.45
1.55v is the MAX these can take.

The Overclock owners list shows pretty much a lot of 8320 under 1.44
I'm sure I will be able to get lower temps with a lower Vcore and still be stable @ 4.6

rolleyes.gif ~look at next link~
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Originally Posted by Durvelle27 View Post

No 1.488v is not to high and idk where you got 1.55v is the max for these chips as that's very untrue. These chips are very tough. As long as you can keep temps down you can push the volts.

Idk what CPU you have but if its a 8320 then its not uncommon to need high volts for certain OCs. My old 8320 needed 1.55v just for 4.8GHz but the case for the high voltage is LLC. You have it set to extreme which boosts volts a big jump

I'll just leave this here to prove your point.. 1 year and counting
http://valid.canardpc.com/95vwlz <---not under load

Not officially can handle it but 1 year these volts 24/7 no degradation
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How is your experience with this mobo? After watching videos and reading about flashes needing done to the board to work with our CPU i was getting alil worried.. I'm use to Asus boards so I was alil concerned on the flashing process for Gigabyte etc.. Not a noobie so no worries just looking to broaden my horizons! smile.gif

Ummmmmmmmmmmmmmmm flashing is not as scary as it was back in ' :thumb:96
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lol obviously, did anyone has issues with the 8350 throttling back at high usage? Evidently some others have had that issue.
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