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Ya, lot of people don't really know the Windows "boundaries", as for what's ok and what isn't. For the record, Windows 8 and 8.1 are the same way, but Enterprise gets some way cooler things.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Windows_8_editions#Comparison_chart

RemoteFX, and WindowsToGo. wubsmiley.gif

WindowsToGo is self explanatory, but RemoteFX isn't... RemoteFX is the ability to use GPU acceleration for RemoteDesktop. Like Shadowplay kinda. It can also split your GPU up and give a part of it's resources to VMs run in Hyper-V. It makes both VMs and RD buttery smooth. biggrin.gif


Yay, new pic now that I have my G.Skill back. wheee.gif Also got CPU/NB to 2400, so there's that.

I'm not the biggest fan of w8/8.1 not really a fan at all.

does some have some stuff i like but i just feel they missed the mark and went too far with metro.

having a stock start button (i know i can't download one but it should really be there) and allow default booting onto desktop and allow metro to be an app launcher on the desktop to launch you into metro.

having that said i like what 8.1 did for metro but i still feel like its being shoved down my throat by default.

I like 2012r2 server more then 8 but it is essentially the same with less fluff.

I was eyeing remoteFX would be nice at work

You just described Start8 and ModernMix. Man Stardock is an awesome company. tongue.gif

Having used Windows 8 since I got my 8320... Worth it. Don't regret it. I did get Start8, but it's worth it for the menu customization alone. I also do not use any metro apps at all since Paint.Net handles all of my photo stuff.

Dunno if you saw the news thread, but an MS UX designer explained Metro. I feel his reasoning is sound, I've had to deal with the same problems. Imagine if we could have ProcessExplorer as the default task manager. Or truly good advanced logging. Maybe a Terminal built into Explorer like KDE has.

Basically he made a promise, and MS needs to deliver eventually. But he's right, those of us with a clue can "fix" the problem easily. If they're working on it, we can hold out for a while.
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and here are all the win 7 iso's
http://www.w7forums.com/threads/official-windows-7-sp1-iso-image-downloads.12325/
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I done some testing with my FX-8320 to look for it's optimal overclock and voltage and quite surprised by the result. I start at the 4GHz clock which its Turbo speed or FX-8350 base clock. Stock volts for my CPU is 1.375V, currently it runs 1.275V, that is massive 0.1V reduction. So far I only tested LinX AVX and IBT 1GB each. Both runs successfully. Anything above 4GHz requires tons of voltage. Is this normal?
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I done some testing with my FX-8320 to look for it's optimal overclock and voltage and quite surprised by the result. I start at the 4GHz clock which its Turbo speed or FX-8350 base clock. Stock volts for my CPU is 1.375V, currently it runs 1.275V, that is massive 0.1V reduction. So far I only tested LinX AVX and IBT 1GB each. Both runs successfully. Anything above 4GHz requires tons of voltage. Is this normal?

There isn't much "normal" about overclocking volts... each chip is different... mine is an 8350 and will hit 4.2 ghz IBT AVX stable @ 1.28 v... but 4.3 takes 1.32 v.... 1.36v for 4.4.... 1.41 for 4.5 .... 1.45 for 4.6.... 1.53 for 4.8 and a whoping 1.62 to get 5 ghz to start to stablize (about 1.65 to get it to pass IBT AVX) All these are rounded off a bit and will pass ITB AVX standard at least unless otherwise stated. I've seen some on here posting screenshots of chips hitting 5ghz with much less volts than mine...

edit: I should mention that all these are with LLC on very high... I had it on very high just to avoid vdroop and did produce about an average of .01 voltage spike under full load...
Edited by Minotaurtoo - 2/23/14 at 7:05am
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Ok I had to reduce the OC to 4424 to get a stable OC.

so after 12 OCCT during sleep I have some concerns !




the core temp was 62° when I woke up, which is ok I guess it won't reach that in games.. since it won't reach 100% usage..

However I do have some concerns about the PSU and the mobo stability.. look at that min CPU mhz, max CPU VCORE, MIN VIN3, MIN +3v3..

I'm not sure what to make of it.. my PSU is suppose to be very good uber stable etc.. what's happening here, and the CPU clock I don't know either when I watch CPU-Z it seems like it doesn't go under 4400.

What do you PRO's think ? should I RMA something ? maybe those voltage spikes is what causing me lag in bf4 also..

EDIT 1:Just saw my power cable in the back wasn't properly plugged, when I moved my case it would shut down, I'm not sure it could cause bad voltages but.. who knows though.

EDIT 2:

Well sometimes going on here.. I just don't know what. even with the cable in place I got weird numbers..
Edited by StrongForce - 2/23/14 at 11:00am
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Hey guys, got an issue and since the biggest one is 8350 related here i am lol

Just woke up to One monitor on but black screen and the other in standby. I wiggled the mouse and nothing. Well the H100i fans where barley spinning, so i touched the Rad, well let's just say Hot.

So i restarted the PC and got this.

Problem signature:
Problem Event Name: BlueScreen
OS Version: 6.1.7601.2.1.0.256.1
Locale ID: 1033

Additional information about the problem:
BCCode: d1
BCP1: 0000000000000000
BCP2: 0000000000000002
BCP3: 0000000000000001
BCP4: FFFFF88007A3331B
OS Version: 6_1_7601
Service Pack: 1_0
Product: 256_1

What does it mean? Google wasn't much help.

My 8350 was sitting around at Least 75C+ for over 6 hours, plus my Mobo was at 65C+ also. (The NB/VRM sink was cooler then the CPU Rad) So you think she is okay?

Thanks guys for your time. thumb.gif
 
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Hey guys, got an issue and since the biggest one is 8350 related here i am lol

Just woke up to One monitor on but black screen and the other in standby. I wiggled the mouse and nothing. Well the H100i fans where barley spinning, so i touched the Rad, well let's just say Hot.

So i restarted the PC and got this.

Problem signature:
Problem Event Name: BlueScreen
OS Version: 6.1.7601.2.1.0.256.1
Locale ID: 1033

Additional information about the problem:
BCCode: d1
BCP1: 0000000000000000
BCP2: 0000000000000002
BCP3: 0000000000000001
BCP4: FFFFF88007A3331B
OS Version: 6_1_7601
Service Pack: 1_0
Product: 256_1

What does it mean? Google wasn't much help.

My 8350 was sitting around at Least 75C+ for over 6 hours, plus my Mobo was at 65C+ also. (The NB/VRM sink was cooler then the CPU Rad) So you think she is okay?

Thanks guys for your time. thumb.gif

bench and test and find out. use something that you have saved results if you see greater then marginal losses you have likely got your self some degradation

try and find a program called "whocrashed or whosecrashed" can't remember which but it give you little more info about your BSOD.

it will spesify if it a driver or hardware issues, and i've seen ram errors when i've use it in the past so it might be a worthwhile tool.
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There isn't much "normal" about overclocking volts... each chip is different... mine is an 8350 and will hit 4.2 ghz IBT AVX stable @ 1.28 v... but 4.3 takes 1.32 v.... 1.36v for 4.4.... 1.41 for 4.5 .... 1.45 for 4.6.... 1.53 for 4.8 and a whoping 1.62 to get 5 ghz to start to stablize (about 1.65 to get it to pass IBT AVX) All these are rounded off a bit and will pass ITB AVX standard at least unless otherwise stated. I've seen some on here posting screenshots of chips hitting 5ghz with much less volts than mine...

edit: I should mention that all these are with LLC on very high... I had it on very high just to avoid vdroop and did produce about an average of .01 voltage spike under full load...

How many runs of IBT do you suggest?
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How many runs of IBT do you suggest?

depends on how "stable" you want it.... if you are serious about stability I would recommend at least 20 runs on very high assuming your cooling can keep up... 4.8 is the highest I can really test, but I have to be honest I haven't run it past 10 runs on very high. If you are planning on folding, bitcoin mining or some other intense task that must be accurate, then I'd stick to the old Prime blend for overnight test.

Again, stability is somewhat subjective due to the fact that true 100% stability is almost impossible... in fact due to intrinsic error rates in other components like memory and hard drives 100% stable is a dream at best lol... but it is good to at least test for 10 runs on very high with IBT AVX found in the first post on this thread.
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