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Originally Posted by FlailScHLAMP View Post

Just as a correction, you can get throttling if you socket temp gets too high, and if you don't have a sensor on your VRMS that would be the best indicator short of touching your VRM heating spreader to know what temp your VRMs are running at

You are right when my socket temp gets 70c in prime95 it starts to thottle my cpu speed tongue.gif, core temp is around 55c tho....funky results.

In real world test socket temp never gets hotter then 58c.
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ok greenie, where did i say that you needed to have a saberkitty or a CHVFZ?

also i said sketchy end of bare minimum. MEANING, good results can be had, BUT it is a crap shoot. we have seen more issues with this series of board in the last 12 months with these processors then any other current-ish board.

The VRMs are on the low side.. don't even bother posting the outdated VRM chart BS post.. its beyond outdated and alot of killer boards are not included

so yes it can do the job but you have to work at it.

I would suggest the m5a99fx PRO or better for a beyond decent overclock. (needing more then stock volts) it has a 8+2 vrm circuit, much better suited for these chips when your are dealing with low end binning.

Yes of course, all excellent points and I agree. I was merely using an example that you don't need a $200+ board when his board could be sufficient for what he's trying to do, just based on my experience with having one. That being said, I agree, and I know mine is holding me back. I did have to work at it alot, maybe too much, trying probably a hundred combinations of settings lol before finding a set of 5 or 10 setting combinations that are stable. I'll probably be sick of my M5A97 in a month or two and pull the trigger on a 990 chipset...
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You can tell me here what settings I should change maybe? You said u say a few problems, what are they?

EDIT: cant you take screenshot in bios like I did.
No i can not as i no longer have my ASUS M5A97 EVO or 8350. Moved to intel for the time being.


But

CPU LLC: Ultra High
CPU/NB LLC: High
CPU Current: 130%
CPU/NB Current: 130%
CPU Power Phase Control: Standard
CPU Power Duty Control: T-Probe <--- Any higher and your VRMs will over heat
Multi: 22
FSB: 200
DRAM: Stock no OC <--- Drop down to stock
All Power Saving Features Disabled


then run IBT AVX (Very High) to test for stability




Also just to throw it out there. The M5A97 EVO isn't a terrible board. It just takes a little work to get it where you want it to go. Now for new ocers i would recommend a 990FX board like the Saberkitty but for some one with real experience its not bad at all. I've run 5GHz daily with my EVO but mind you i also had a custom Loop and fans blowing on VRMs & Back of socket to keep temps inline.

@Sold13xr if your really trying for 4.6GHz or above OC i suggest getting a better cooler and spring for a 990FX board for easier OCing since your new to it
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You are right when my socket temp gets 70c it starts to thottle my cpu speed tongue.gif, core temp is around 55c tho....funky results.

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Yes of course, all excellent points and I agree. I was merely using an example that you don't need a $200+ board when his board could be sufficient for what he's trying to do, just based on my experience with having one. That being said, I agree, and I know mine is holding me back. I did have to work at it alot, maybe too much, trying probably a hundred combinations of settings lol before finding a set of 5 or 10 setting combinations that are stable. I'll probably be sick of my M5A97 in a month or two and pull the trigger on a 990 chipset...

This issue you are seeing is a very good example of why the Hyper 212 just don't cut it.

if is enough to cool the core but it doesn't cool much beyond that.

a proper air cooler (big twin tower air like a phantiks or a silver arrow) will manage this. your socket/vrm won't get as hot.

and anything greater then a h90 AIO cooler. (lower prolly can just i wouldn't) will manage this also.

this combined with the vrms on your board is the reason why you are having these issues.

my advice, is return the board is possiable and spend 30-40$ more on a slightly better equiped board. (giga UD3, 99fx pro etc)

and then put some more thought into what you want to do with the computer. on a decent board the hyper 212 is acceptable for 400-500mhz overclocks. that is about the limit the cooler can handle with these chips.

if you want more then that OC then get a better cooler and start reading old posts on the forum an increadable archive of information and advice from a collection of people
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Just for laughs, here's an example of a fluke miracle I pulled off today with it, I doubt this board/chip combo could ever go higher, and frankly I'm not going to try haha. Nope it wasn't stable, crashed a split second after starting Prime. It does sit at 4.7-4.8 24/7 stable though, and that's way more than enough for me.

Voltage was set to Offset/Auto in BIOS just to see what it would do, but I think the board put the voltage way too high. I wouldn't have set it that high myself. So, don't try this at home I guess? Actually, just don't do anything I do and you'll be completely safe lol. http://valid.canardpc.com/jamwnz
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Just for laughs, here's an example of a fluke miracle I pulled off today with it, I doubt this board/chip combo could ever go higher, and frankly I'm not going to try haha. Nope it wasn't stable, crashed a split second after starting Prime. It does sit at 4.7-4.8 24/7 stable though, and that's way more than enough for me.

Voltage was set to Offset/Auto in BIOS just to see what it would do, but I think the board put the voltage way too high. I wouldn't have set it that high myself. So, don't try this at home I guess? Actually, just don't do anything I do and you'll be completely safe lol. http://valid.canardpc.com/jamwnz
doh.gif

I can top that XD




@Sold13xr My advice to you is read. read read as many guides as you can find on OCing the FX-8 series and proper cooling & motherboards
 
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4.5 GHZ at 55 Celcius while running Prime 95 blend on a 212 EVO ???? Do not believe you, unless you are living with the penguins in Anarctica.
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Speaking of m5a97 evo, I have a R2.0 one , which actually does have physical differences from the older model (NB heatsinks have a more central position for example). I have an Athlon II X4 640 placeholder, planning to get an 8320 or 8350 soon - curious of o/c numbers I'll get.
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Speaking of m5a97 evo, I have a R2.0 one , which actually does have physical differences from the older model (NB heatsinks have a more central position for example). I have an Athlon II X4 640 placeholder, planning to get an 8320 or 8350 soon - curious of o/c numbers I'll get.
Not very high at all. Unlike the EVO the R2.0 only has 4+2 Power Phase
 
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Well my mobo has a 4+1 phase and I'm running an overclocked FX 6300. I think it's also the quality of the vrm's that matter.
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