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Well i think i found my 24/7 for my 8320
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make sure HT and NB are linked (the same frequency) when doing the above mentioned as well and underclock your memory so it doesn't go above rated speeds.
as far as IBT when you say "I failed an intel burn test run on high and when i tried it a second time it passed" are you only running one "test"????
most people tend to advise 20 + "tests" as a run and if you can pass all 20 in a row then your considered "stable" by most people here... I would start with that because it sounds like your only doing one test

Yes, In the box saying "times to run" I placed the number one there. 10 runs just finished with a success. So I could be fine.
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Add me please.
Im using RASA XPC 360. Temp are fine, chip just wont budge anymore.

Whoa nelly, that is a ton of voltage for 4.7.

Yikes, I use that much for 5.0, for 4.7 that's nuts. confused.gif

EDIT: Ya, ASRock LLC is weirder then Giga and ASUS. Try what Covert_Death is saying.
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So i got my 8350, updated from x6 1090T 4,1Ghz and 3,3Ghz Northbridge. I got the 8350 running on 4,6 Ghz for now but i cant get the CPU-NB higher than 2,6Ghz mad.gifmad.gifmad.gif !! Was anyone able to get it higher than 2,6 without FPB clock ? with FPB i was able to get it to about 2,75 or so but 2,8 is not possible even tryed with 1,4v on CPU-NB

1: FPB? I assume you mean Front Side Bus, FSB.

2: Big NB clocks don't help with PD.

i am going from thuban also, these chips are a whole different beast to OC then the Phenoms
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Well i think i found my 24/7 for my 8320
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Much better v for clock. I would think you could hit 4.5@ 1.414 though with only a slight heat increase.
Edited by endevite - 11/12/12 at 8:21pm
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because i have evga 465's and so they only have the 465 amount of memory modules not the 470 amount with 2 disabled.

thats a bummer
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i am going from thuban also, these chips are a whole different beast to OC then the Phenoms

yeah tell me about it.. its likem i forgot how to do a good oc
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Much better v for clock. I would think you could hit 4.5@ 1.414 though with only a slight heat increase.

I can get 4.6@ 1.452v 20 IBT Pass stable, but i'm happy with 4.4 for now biggrin.gif
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NB and HT dont need to be linked on PD.

HT likes to be 2.6-3ghz (factory voltage)
NB likes 2.4-2.6ghz (1.25v-1.3v) ( once in the 2.6ghz I really need to pump the voltage to get any more gains took 1.4V to just get another 50mhz)


Just finished my testing with my ram.

Timings are much much more important then frequency.

1333 to 1600 saw a good increase. (same timing)
1600 to 1866 saw smaller increase (same timings)
1866 to 2000 saw nearly no increase (same timings)
2000 to 2100 saw a decrease. (Had to go from 1T to 2T)
2100 to 2200 saw a decrease (^)

So dropped it back down to 1692 since that got me the best NB and HT overclock.
And worked on my timings. going from 9-11-9-27,1T to 8-9-8-27,1T made a massive difference to the ram tests and 0.08 in cinebench.

Running out of things to optermise. Had 2 new OCZ SSD's show up but both were DOA so now have to wait for replacement before I can change my OS to raid 0.
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NB and HT dont need to be linked on PD.
HT likes to be 2.6-3ghz (factory voltage)
NB likes 2.4-2.6ghz (1.25v-1.3v) ( once in the 2.6ghz I really need to pump the voltage to get any more gains took 1.4V to just get another 50mhz)
Just finished my testing with my ram.
Timings are much much more important then frequency.
1333 to 1600 saw a good increase. (same timing)
1600 to 1866 saw smaller increase (same timings)
1866 to 2000 saw nearly no increase (same timings)
2000 to 2100 saw a decrease. (Had to go from 1T to 2T)
2100 to 2200 saw a decrease (^)
So dropped it back down to 1692 since that got me the best NB and HT overclock.
And worked on my timings. going from 9-11-9-27,1T to 8-9-8-27,1T made a massive difference to the ram tests and 0.08 in cinebench.
Running out of things to optermise. Had 2 new OCZ SSD's show up but both were DOA so now have to wait for replacement before I can change my OS to raid 0.

If it tickles your fancy, I posted a deal link in the deal section for Samsung 830 256gb's @ 167.99. IMO they really are top notch drives with one of the best track records period. ;p
http://www.overclock.net/t/1326470/macmall-samsung-830-series-256gb-mz-7pc256b-ww-for-167-99-w-free-ship

I have 2 on the way, will post an AS SSD bench on them in raid stripe on amd ahci drivers in win7 once they are here.
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NB and HT dont need to be linked on PD.
HT likes to be 2.6-3ghz (factory voltage)
NB likes 2.4-2.6ghz (1.25v-1.3v) ( once in the 2.6ghz I really need to pump the voltage to get any more gains took 1.4V to just get another 50mhz)
Just finished my testing with my ram.
Timings are much much more important then frequency.
1333 to 1600 saw a good increase. (same timing)
1600 to 1866 saw smaller increase (same timings)
1866 to 2000 saw nearly no increase (same timings)
2000 to 2100 saw a decrease. (Had to go from 1T to 2T)
2100 to 2200 saw a decrease (^)
So dropped it back down to 1692 since that got me the best NB and HT overclock.
And worked on my timings. going from 9-11-9-27,1T to 8-9-8-27,1T made a massive difference to the ram tests and 0.08 in cinebench.
Running out of things to optermise. Had 2 new OCZ SSD's show up but both were DOA so now have to wait for replacement before I can change my OS to raid 0.

Good info, i personally use samsung 830 what ocz you running, there are quirky

I played around a bit with my oc, thrse chips are interesting, from what i have gatheref on the uarch is that bosting the single thread makes the biggest difference, any one with a high oc wanna confirm my hypothosis

I wonder if steamroller with the 2 prefetch per module corrects that

I see how vishera is what bd was supposed to be, is it safe to say you guys have found the bottle neck on the uarch yet
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