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Really? How did you get it to work at all? I have the same GPU and all i get are crashes minutes after i start using mantle in BF4
Mine is working well with mantle using 14.1 driver. I have Fx 8350 and old MB Asus m4aGTD pro/usb3. FPS hovering 70-90 in Ultra setting in BF4 using HD 7950 (Gigabyte) not overclocked. Mantle performs great to my rig.


It might have been accidental, but what i did first is uninstall my old driver 13.12 and try installing the latest driver WHQL which is also not working to run for mantle. I uninstall again and download the beta which is a bit a week old from the latest version and also failed. I uninstalled again the amd catalyst in the Add/Remove from the control panel and uninstall the driver in the graphics driver under the Device Manager. I did this to ensure that old drivers are remove during updating a new one. I then downloaded and +install the 14.1 driver and its working just fine. I noticed that my gaming experience is better than the dx 11. I also noticed last week that my fraps also gets high FPS. I currently don't have a record of my FPS as it not working after i fixed my Windows 7 bugs last few days ago. But for my rig it is working well using the new mantle based on my signature rig below. -*-
Edited by airperalta - 2/9/14 at 1:51pm
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Okay right Now I have re-mounted the Block changed the pump to the setting (RPM 2) instead of 4. I have changed the fans to Balanced rather than quite as I cannot stand them if they go any louder.

This was what the thermal paste looked like when I took it off on the block.


This is the mark it left on the CPU.


This is the line method I normally use as I used the pea method before and it did not cover the full CPU area.


This is the block mounted.


I did not run prime 95 for ages but it got the CPU working all 8 cores and its been sitting at the same temps for over 5 minutes.



I hope this helps me out a little or at least can give you guys some more info on the temps Thanks for all the help you have given so far thumb.gifthumb.gifthumb.gif

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-hNgFNH7zhQ

Here is an tutorial on how TIM spreads and the best method used on AMD CPU's. Like Logan said, there is no need to cover the whole CPU but only the die that is in the middle.

Intel has an different die and so there is an different method for Intel because the die is rectangular shaped. As for TIM brands, i can highly recommend arctic silver MX-4 because its non curing, non conductive and it spreads very easily and last a long time.
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Mine is working well with mantle using 14.1 driver. I have Fx 8350 and old MB Asus m4aGTD pro/usb3. FPS hovering 70-90 in Ultra setting in BF4 using HD 7950 (Gigabyte) not overclocked. Mantle performs great to my rig.


It might have been accidental, but what i did first is uninstall my old driver 13.12 and try installing the latest driver WHQL which is also not working to run for mantle. I uninstall again and download the beta which is a bit a week old from the latest version and also failed. I uninstalled again the amd catalyst in the Add/Remove from the control panel and uninstall the driver in the graphics driver under the Device Manager. I did this to ensure that old drivers are remove during updating a new one. I then downloaded and +install the 14.1 driver and its working just fine. I noticed that my gaming experience is better than the dx 11. I also noticed last week that my fraps also gets high FPS. I currently don't have a record of my FPS as it not working after i fixed my Windows 7 bugs last few days ago. But for my rig it is working well using the new mantle based on my signature rig below. -*-
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Really? and I have not touched a thing I only set the new cpu and motherboard up yesterday So not had chance really but it is saying I am running at 4.13 on CPUID on ideal with 1.224v but it changes often to 1.416v So as you said I think the turbo feature may be turned on do you think this will help drop the temps? I would like to overclock the cpu but I really don't want high temps like they are now.
thanks BTW

the extra volts would mean higher temp and mine came with the boost turned on out of the box, and I'd try it with turbo boost off then work your overclock up, its just my opinion but it was annoying when OCing, I could see it being useful after getting a stable OC then putting a boost on top of that though.

I'd first reseat your cooler test your temps to see any improvements then maybe, then play around with the turbo to see if you get any voltage difference.
     
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Yes I do agree that the first mount was rather shocking aha, that is why I took pictures of it to show you guys... But I do find it rather hard to keep everything in line while trying to screw it in one bit at a time that is why I took the rad off this time. When I take the block off again I will be sure to take a picture and show everyone but I think the main problem now is the possible turbo feature overvolting the cpu making more heat than it needs But then I hit the sticky part as I do not really know where to start with overclocking and I know full well the auto overclocker will just over volt it again....

yes turbo and our general method of overclocking does not mix well.

it is suggested to turn off all powersaving features as you learn your bios

when you are stable and educated so to speak, feel free to turn them back on.

for me it is a difference of under 5$ a month, so i dont bother
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yes turbo and our general method of overclocking does not mix well.

it is suggested to turn off all powersaving features as you learn your bios

when you are stable and educated so to speak, feel free to turn them back on.

for me it is a difference of under 5$ a month, so i dont bother
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the extra volts would mean higher temp and mine came with the boost turned on out of the box, and I'd try it with turbo boost off then work your overclock up, its just my opinion but it was annoying when OCing, I could see it being useful after getting a stable OC then putting a boost on top of that though.

I'd first reseat your cooler test your temps to see any improvements then maybe, then play around with the turbo to see if you get any voltage difference.

Okay thanks ever such a lot everyone, this has all really helped me I have got my cpu to 41c while gaming and 47c on prime 95 So I am happy with that its much better than low 50's while gaming and high 50's. I shall try turning off the turbo feature and and see how that helps as well, and when I have got the balls to overclock without software I know where to come and ask for advice as I don't have a clue at the moment thumb.gif
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Okay thanks ever such a lot everyone, this has all really helped me I have got my cpu to 41c while gaming and 47c on prime 95 So I am happy with that its much better than low 50's while gaming and high 50's. I shall try turning off the turbo feature and and see how that helps as well, and when I have got the balls to overclock without software I know where to come and ask for advice as I don't have a clue at the moment thumb.gif


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Strapped a small 40mm fan with velcro to the mobo backplate and saw an average of a 4*C drop in my socket temp during my OCCT runs. Now I just need to figure out how to actively cool the VRMs. Not alot of clearance in there.


Edited by Melcar - 2/9/14 at 4:31pm
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[quote name="Sadmoto" url="/t/1318995/official-fx-8320-fx-8350-vishera-owners-club/30580#post_21744918"



would I have room for a watercooling setup where those 2x 120mm fans are?[/quote]
     
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Maybe for a thin rad and with the fans mounted on the outside in pull. If you were inclined, I would go for an external setup. Push fans on the top panel mounted on the inside, rad mounted on the top outside, maybe a pair of pull fans on top of the rad. You could even go for a nice thick rad this way.
If what you want is an AIO unit, then the fans will have to go on the outside. Can't really tell exactly how much clearance there is from the pic.
Edited by Melcar - 2/9/14 at 5:12pm
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