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Try a ~medium LLC with whatever gives you ~1.46v @ load and then creep the speed up. Might be able to eek 4.4 - 4.5 out of it.

K, I'll try it and report back with the results. IDK though, this EVO isn't the best cooling hardware out there.
    
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K, I'll try it and report back with the results. IDK though, this EVO isn't the best cooling hardware out there.

Yeah, high LLC will cause high voltage spikes that just cause tons of heat. You really want to look for the setting that gives you the most stable voltage at load... Test with IBTAVX on very high as it has a long enough calculation cycle to help you determine what the voltage is doing. Use hwinfo64 with a graph enabled on the vcore to help determine the sag and spike. Do this with a mid oc that you know the voltage your working with will support. Like 4.0 with like 1.44v until you are happy with the LLC and offset voltages. Then you van creep up the clock speed to meet your new found voltage that matches the max your cooling can do.

I little different ( backwards really) than most OC'ers... But it works well when your working with thermal limitations.

I don't have personal experience with the eco, but I might suggest trying to find a stable ~1.44v and go from there. I think the evolved might be able to handle that... Maybe more.
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MadGoat, I've seen some use extreme LLC to compensate for too low of voltage then wonder why it would pass IBT, Prime..etc and they had bluescreen problems with normal tasks... well... lets see... idle volts 1.45... load volts 1.55... hmm that might be it.... lol so you are not "backwards" at all.. in fact its really much better to do it your way than to just set extreme, or very high right off.... I've always looked for what gave me the most stable voltage... it just happens that on very high I get 1.524 idle and 1.536 at full load with this OC.... with high I get 1.524 idle and it drops to 1.49 at full load.... very high wins lol... but then, we have the cooling to pull that off, users with poor cooling would be better off just taking the vdroop and adjusting their OC/volts to match their thermal limits like you said...
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ok, my 8320 with asus M5A99X EVO R2 is up and running. Seeing stock voltage of cpu being around 1.30-1.35v @ 3.5Ghz, i decided to undervolt it to 1,20v and run prime95 for 2 hours. everything is working fine but i got a question for temperatures showing (i`m wondering if i applied too much thermal paste on the cpu)

picture:



is 52c stock with 2 hours in prime95 normal or little hot?

also what is VDDA and what i do with it ?

thx guys smile.gif

Would need more info to confirm, but 52°C on the Socket (as shown in your image) isn't hot at all. You really need to be looking at the Core/Package temp though. Which is the 'dangerous' one - ie. keep it under 70°C

To monitor the core temp and other very useful info use HWinfo as it's a lot more comprehensive and accurate: http://www.hwinfo.com/download.php

VDDA is something related to the multiplier IIRC - no need to change this in most OCs; but could be wrong!

Hope this helps!

ps. Using IBT AVX is a very good way to 'heat up' your CPU and test for stability before doing the ol' long prime blend...

Edit: Typo
Edited by Synister - 2/22/14 at 9:18am
post #31315 of 67356
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Would need more info to confirm, but 52°C on the Socket (as shown in your image) isn't hot at all. You really need to be looking at the Core/Package temp though. Which is the 'dangerous' one - ie. keep it under 70°C

To monitor the core temp and other very useful info use HWinfo as it's a lot more comprehensive and accurate: http://www.hwinfo.com/download.php

VDDA is something related to the multiplier IIRC - no need to change this in most OCs; but could be wrong!

Hope this helps!

ps. Using IBT AVX is a very good way to 'heat up' your CPU amd test for stability before doing the ol' long prime blend...
Meh, just do 25 runs on Very High. Prime takes hours on end...
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Would need more info to confirm, but 52°C on the Socket (as shown in your image) isn't hot at all. You really need to be looking at the Core/Package temp though. Which is the 'dangerous' one - ie. keep it under 70°C

To monitor the core temp and other very useful info use HWinfo as it's a lot more comprehensive and accurate: http://www.hwinfo.com/download.php

VDDA is something related to the multiplier IIRC - no need to change this in most OCs; but could be wrong!

Hope this helps!

ps. Using IBT AVX is a very good way to 'heat up' your CPU amd test for stability before doing the ol' long prime blend...
Meh, just do 25 runs on Very High. Prime takes hours on end...

There's a gremlin that pops up just after 30 passes, I have no Idea where he hides till then. I found him regularly when trying to reduce voltages at a given clock.sozo.gif
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I love all this stability talk... now I don't advocate using an unstable clock on purpose ... but I've got to say its highly overrated.... my laptop suffers from far more problems than my desktop has ever suffered and I've never done a single OC on it... my wifes PC... same thing... IDK why, but its something to do with the "lack" of software maintenance I'm sure.. either that or because they were made out of cheap parts lol... This system is made with some of the best hardware, and I always maintain this systems software... so far no problems.. .but I've done soooooo many suicide runs and even tested out for weeks an unstable clock just to see what would happen... remarkably little lol.. Me, ITB very high 10 runs, call it a day lol... now I'm going to get a tongue lashing aren't I... lol
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I've been dealing with MS crap since the mid 90's... from a repair/installer point of view, I still like dos better... no permission issues back then... but I admit that windows did make the UI a little more pleasant... however Win 8 dorked that all up... metro apps lack certain basic functions that we expect.. I completely understand your frustration with it lol.. .... I really do miss dos lol.. I had sooo many custom versions of dos worked up it wasn't funny... it was so easy back then to redo the OS how you wanted it... but then, it did also not have much to offer either... I really need to explore Linux better.... honestly ... I'm scared to try it because of drivers...

you know the permissions idea came from linux and windows added it due to requests and you can shut it off
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That was it, thank you so much! If I still had my old windows 7 disk and key I would glady go back in a heartbeat.
Glad to help... and I get that a lot about going back to windows 7... imo its the best OS out atm
the same was said about win xp. it will get better
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I love all this stability talk... now I don't advocate using an unstable clock on purpose ... but I've got to say its highly overrated.... my laptop suffers from far more problems than my desktop has ever suffered and I've never done a single OC on it... my wifes PC... same thing... IDK why, but its something to do with the "lack" of software maintenance I'm sure.. either that or because they were made out of cheap parts lol... This system is made with some of the best hardware, and I always maintain this systems software... so far no problems.. .but I've done soooooo many suicide runs and even tested out for weeks an unstable clock just to see what would happen... remarkably little lol.. Me, ITB very high 10 runs, call it a day lol... now I'm going to get a tongue lashing aren't I... lol

Don't want to start a 'definition of stablity' debate. But if you have a set of tests you like to run, which deems your chip stable in your eyes, this should be more than enough for most. On from that point, if you experience BSOD or crashes etc ie. instability - only you can judge if that has an effect on the use of your PC - for me, if I can game and produce with no issues, it's 'Stable' - the fact that I do run more thorough testing is due to my enjoyment of overclocking, and testing the limits of somethings' ability.
Apparently my mother would have wanted me to have this attitude toward myself during school tongue.gif

OCD-Edit: Grammar!
Edited by Synister - 2/22/14 at 9:28am
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Stability for me is if i can game on it for a full day (10 hours) with no BSODs

If i get one then i go back to tweaking it.
 
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