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Thank you all for the great advice and info. Old nooblet here finally getting back to OCing. smile.gif
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repo_man on the other hand has a Sabertooth and an H100 with a TX750. He won't have your problems, because he built it right with solid parts.
Some people in the thread bench well above 1.65v and we haven't killed one yet, but for the sake of safety we say 1.55v should be the most you use unless you feel comfortable going higher.

These chips are tanks. Keep em cool and they'll do whatever you want, just don't go expecting 5Ghz without a custom loop. tongue.gif
I used to run a full custom loop. I got the H100 for free from a friend and am using it until I can get new WBs for my new parts. biggrin.gif I don't mind pushing the voltage to a chip at all, as long as it's cool. I'll keep that voltage level in mind. Thanks!
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Ive gome up to 1.66v on a H100i so far.....im waiting till winter to get some better ambients though
Thanks man! Edit: Sgt Bilko! I remember your handle from way back in the day. Glad to see you still kicking around in the old joint! smile.gif
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I think you should begin with finding you chips Vid, Test your chips power requirement for its stock clocks with all power saving and power enhancement features off e.g turbo, apm, hpc ,C&Q ect ect. Also while doing this record the pros and cons to your motherboards LLC features. For example Stock FX 8320 3.5Ghz+LLC auto = ?v @ max load = ?c.
The fx 8000 and 9000 series have a max temp of 70c this was introduce in the newest version of amd overdrive approx. 5 to 6 days ago. I personally use IBT AVX to test for stability it requires W7 SP1 to work properly. For my chip here is an example of what worked for me this is a small example of what got me to 4ghz stable I hope it can help you. Vid can pretty much help predetermine your chips overclocking abilities use Hwinfo64 for more accurate readings.


I'll grab the VID and see what it's at. Is there a one-stop shop thread for all these new acronyms? apm, hpc, C&Q: I have no idea what all this is. This is my first AMD build and (as stated before) my most recent endeavor OCing since intel 775 days. Gosh I feel so old. :/ lol. Again, thanks for the help so far everyone!
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The Gflop's don't have anything to do with Windows 7 SP1. What I know from experience trial and error, Stability, power, cpu, cpu/north-bridge, clock rate and ram frequency and and timings are what effect the Gigaflop's, heat and power consumption. You have to find a "sweet spot", what helped me fine tune my system was reading up on how Intels cpu perform under IBT AVX. Some things apply to our Amd cpu's I posted a few snips of how mines fairs in a short 10 min's run. I challenge anyone with an Fx processor to beat me in 10 runs Time and Gigaflop's with the minimum requirement of high ram usage. Upon a successful completion of 10 runs please take a snip of your results I would like to request that you do not click the success dialog confirming the completion. Here's mine I guess I will set the bar.


Umm wrong, SP1 does actually make a huge difference, look it up. And i don't come here to challenge anyone to anything.... My ram timing aren't optimized and im sure is causing instability with IBT AVX but on Prime95 which is CPU based mostly runs perfectly fine for hours. I am learning little by little and once i got my ram settings good, ill be back with results =P. But yes SP1 had a HUGE performance increase.
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Did you install the Windows 7 hotfixes?

Nah, does the windows 7 hotfixes help aswell?
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Looks to me like your not on the best version of Prime for stressing your FX either... is that 32 bit? or just an old version?

Should say something along the lines of Bulldozer etc in the first windows when staring a test! Correct me if wrong wise ones! wink.gif

25.11 - 64 bit - downloaded like a week ago so must be the latest version.
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25.11 - 64 bit - downloaded like a week ago so must be the latest version.
well i've got 27.9.. sooo ya i've had it awhile also.. get a better source biggrin.gif
Edited by FlailScHLAMP - 1/21/14 at 7:56pm
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Yea I wouldn't believe the hype some people muster up without hardcore cold facts. Alot of people in this thread can fabricate and will fabricate testimony just so they can appeal to the masses. I seriously question those that claim "Golden Chips", or lower power requirements for certain or specific clocks. Your chips at 1.56 for 4.8 based on my testing personally I believe that's the general requirement. These chips are power hungry mines is 1.620 for a true stable OC and the performance reflects that based on my observations through·out this entire thread even the FX 9000 require nearly the same amount of voltages for the same clocks give or take 0.10v. Anyone that claims otherwise should swerve without any extensive first hand research, documented live proof.

I don't think people "fabricate" their results... i don't even know how you can do that lol.... I just ran 30 minutes of Prime95 because i was testing out new CPU Clock speed, and different NB and HT speeds aswell. I went from 4.61x to 4.59xghz and i like this better because it seems like my ram clicks with these settings much better, and programs open up much faster. And when you say fabricate do you mean photoshop? I can make a video? lol

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well i've got 27.9.. sooo ya i've had it awhile also.. get a better source biggrin.gif
haha i also downloaded Prime95 about a week ago xD 25.11, does it make a difference tho? Ill try the new one and see if anything has changed. Will update!
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haha i also downloaded Prime95 about a week ago xD 25.11, does it make a difference tho? Ill try the new one and see if anything has changed. Will update!

its better suited to stressing AMD processors.

should say something about bulldozer amd something or other.

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Can anyone with a Gigatebyte 990FXA-UD3 1.1 Motherboard help me out on my ram settings.

Suggestion on NB/HT/Cpu Clock/Multiplier/Ram Timings including Bank Cycle Time would be GREATLY appreciated. When i put my ram on stock clocks for 1866 my windows aero fails and i lose my visuals and it's huge instability. Anything to do to change it to make my ram and my cpu get along well? I tried raising voltage on almost everything literally. But i have noticed that messing with the ram timings help infinitely on keeping the system stable, but i can't find the sweet spot. THanks. These are my settings now.
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its better suited to stressing AMD processors.

should say something about bulldozer amd something or other.


Got it and ran 21 minute test, not too long but i doubt it would change after 20 mins lol. But yeah it did stress my cpu a little more, i reached 56C and in the old version i reached only 52C. Thanks for the tip!
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