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Better mobo

Does it really matter that much? I cannot aford another board I wish I got Evo version tho.. it had digi vrms


Sorry to break the news but yes it matters a lot. The chip set and power delivery on that board are really not good enough to handle overclocking an 83xx CPU. The M5A99 evo R2.0 is about the cheapest recommended board for Vishera. If you want to run stock or around there then I guess it works but not if your going to overclock it. Anyone who has had one for a while will tell you that UD7, Sabertooth of Crosshair V Formula Z boards are highly touted as the best options.
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Does it really matter that much? I cannot aford another board I wish I got Evo version tho.. it had digi vrms


Sorry to break the news but yes it matters a lot. The chip set and power delivery on that board are really not good enough to handle overclocking an 83xx CPU. The M5A99 evo R2.0 is about the cheapest recommended board for Vishera. If you want to run stock or around there then I guess it works but not if your going to overclock it. Anyone who has had one for a while will tell you that UD7, Sabertooth of Crosshair V Formula Z boards are highly touted as the best options.

+1^

I burnt a "lesser" board trying to overclock a bulldozer... It was my first experience with AMD octocore cpu... I had no idea the power demands of the chip... now I didn't make the same mistake twice... I went with sabertooth and couldn't be happier.. no issues... the other thing is cooling... 120x240 rad AIO style minimum for decent overclocking.. I tried with an H80 I had.... no good... went with custom loop with 120mm x 360mm rad and still think I could have used a bit more lol.. but at least now I'm ok up to around 5ghz
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+1^

I burnt a "lesser" board trying to overclock a bulldozer... It was my first experience with AMD octocore cpu... I had no idea the power demands of the chip... now I didn't make the same mistake twice... I went with sabertooth and couldn't be happier.. no issues... the other thing is cooling... 120x240 rad AIO style minimum for decent overclocking.. I tried with an H80 I had.... no good... went with custom loop with 120mm x 360mm rad and still think I could have used a bit more lol.. but at least now I'm ok up to around 5ghz

I am quite sure 220W TDP will burn this mobo and 1.5V is just so close to it.
Mobo doesn't support FX 9xxx chips so it probably will hate me LOL,
yet I've passive coolers on VRMs on this Motherboard.

so how can I know temperature of VRMs?
(Silly question? I don't think I've a sensor on VRMs on this mobo...)
I think the limit of VRMs should be something around 120C (150C?) I do not really remember a friend of mine actually mailled ASUS to ask this.


or forget about this, Do you know any other way to make sure I do not burn the mobo?

1.5V on VRMs should be fine with coolers but it's 4+2 so better I wander around 4.3 - 4.4 ghz
1.44V I guess...

What would you say?tongue.gif
Edited by crazymania88 - 2/15/14 at 8:25pm
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Should be fine. As long as you don't run it 24/7. I have no issues running high vcore (I really have not tried any more than 1.55v though). What makes my particular board act all wonky is when I touch anything related to the NB.
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So I've been tweaking things here and there and I've got my 8320 right where I think I want it, and I lowered the timings on my ram and its all stable biggrin.gif




Gonna want some better cooling at some point. But I don't really want to part with my money for now.
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Waaaay too many pages to read to get this answer... so I'm curious, for those who avoided simply OCing by multiplier, what's the highest range of bus speeds achieved on these chips when OCing primarily via RAM? Like 260 MHz? Or maybe 280 MHz? Or are we topped out down at 240 MHZ...??? Where do these chips top out? I realize some may have topped out because their RAM was a limiting factor, but then many of us are smart enough to buy RAM that won't be a limiting factor, or if we do, we know that's the problem. Which is why I'm asking this... I'm researching the RAM I want to buy for a build with an 8320...
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Waaaay too many pages to read to get this answer... so I'm curious, for those who avoided simply OCing by multiplier, what's the highest range of bus speeds achieved on these chips when OCing primarily via RAM? Like 260 MHz? Or maybe 280 MHz? Or are we topped out down at 240 MHZ...??? Where do these chips top out? I realize some may have topped out because their RAM was a limiting factor, but then many of us are smart enough to buy RAM that won't be a limiting factor, or if we do, we know that's the problem. Which is why I'm asking this... I'm researching the RAM I want to buy for a build with an 8320...

I did 320 once just playing around. 300 I can have stable
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I am quite sure 220W TDP will burn this mobo and 1.5V is just so close to it.
Mobo doesn't support FX 9xxx chips so it probably will hate me LOL,
yet I've passive coolers on VRMs on this Motherboard.

so how can I know temperature of VRMs?
(Silly question? I don't think I've a sensor on VRMs on this mobo...)
I think the limit of VRMs should be something around 120C (150C?) I do not really remember a friend of mine actually mailled ASUS to ask this.


or forget about this, Do you know any other way to make sure I do not burn the mobo?

1.5V on VRMs should be fine with coolers but it's 4+2 so better I wander around 4.3 - 4.4 ghz
1.44V I guess...

What would you say?tongue.gif

I used AI suite to know the temps of my vrm's... since them I've uninstalled it and use HWiNFO64 to get the vrm temps... of coarse my board has sensors there... yours might have them too I don't really know. Its worth a download to find out... but I have to say, that HWiNFO64 makes my machine act kinda stupid in games when its running... so when I'm gaming I use Open Hardware Monitor... but it doesn't show my vrm temps on it... just the socket so I didn't start using it till I was sure that vrm temps were not going to be an issue.... With 4+2 I'd be a bit scared to push too hard on it, that's what my old board had on it... but it wasn't ASUS either lol.. it was MSI board, and I was only pushing 1.41 vcore when it died. Definitely need a fan on them though... I even had a fan on my old board when it died lol...
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Waaaay too many pages to read to get this answer... so I'm curious, for those who avoided simply OCing by multiplier, what's the highest range of bus speeds achieved on these chips when OCing primarily via RAM? Like 260 MHz? Or maybe 280 MHz? Or are we topped out down at 240 MHZ...??? Where do these chips top out? I realize some may have topped out because their RAM was a limiting factor, but then many of us are smart enough to buy RAM that won't be a limiting factor, or if we do, we know that's the problem. Which is why I'm asking this... I'm researching the RAM I want to buy for a build with an 8320...

I've gotten 300 fsb stable and mucked around @ 311 or 315.
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