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Hi there,

2 months ago i exchanged my Q6600 G0 for an FX 8320 with these componentens: ASUS Sabertooth 990FX R2.0, 8gig G.Skill sniper@1866 and a EKL Alpenföhn K2. Powered with an Bequiet! Pure Power L8 CM.

I've overclocked it to 4.1GHz@1.2V (Load Line Callibration@high) and want to go to 4.4. But I want to overclock the bus a bit too.

Can someone tell me how to overclock the system bus? Its a bit different then on my ASUS P5Q-VM, where i could just push my FSB from 266 to 400 MHz without extra voltage increase. Increased the bus voltage a bit from 1.1 to 1.2, because i somehow had problems with the system, like bluescreens while watching videos or so.

It would be nice to know how the ratios work, like 400MHz on the 775 was 1600 real and how i should set the RAM to get it still working on 1866MHz. I dont quite understand the new UEFI yet^^

Thanks for the help ! smile.gif
First of all, that will get you to 4.7 Easily and what are the full system specs? The default bus is is 200, multiply it by 20+ and you get your CPU clock speed, then set your memory in the drop down menu to its rated 1866MHz. For a start, try 4.4GHz (22 Multiplier)@1.4V LLC High, 130% Current, C1E, HPC Enabled, C6 Disabled, APM and CoolnQuiet disabled. From there, go 4.6GHz (23 Multi), 1.45V, everything else same as above. If its stable, try 4.7 at 1.48V. Set it in AI Suite II to go 100% CPU fan by 50C...
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so i overclocked the cpu to 4.0Ghz and the temp went up to 60C
at 4.2Ghz it reaches 68C and the thermal limit shuts down the cpu
what you guys think, is 60C normal ? or i should try to re apply thermal paste?


I don't know if you're using an AIO or air cooler but the socket temps on that clock are a result of the power draw from a 6 phase board feeding an eight core FX. Your core package temps appeared to be in the 40s which look good. Acouple of recommendations would be to get some airflow going on the VRM section and also behind the Motherborad if possible.. I started with this same board and a ThermalTake AIO and that's what I did and dropped that temp by 10°c

I have to figure out how to attach pics and I will

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First of all, that will get you to 4.7 Easily and what are the full system specs? The default bus is is 200, multiply it by 20+ and you get your CPU clock speed, then set your memory in the drop down menu to its rated 1866MHz. For a start, try 4.4GHz (22 Multiplier)@1.4V LLC High, 130% Current, C1E, HPC Enabled, C6 Disabled, APM and CoolnQuiet disabled. From there, go 4.6GHz (23 Multi), 1.45V, everything else same as above. If its stable, try 4.7 at 1.48V. Set it in AI Suite II to go 100% CPU fan by 50C...

Thanks for the quick reply smile.gif

this is my system, dont mind that it says 4.4, ive pushed a bit lower now since i had some bluescreens. http://www.sysprofile.de/id180915

My cooler cant handle more than 1.3v, the temps are rising above 65 degrees celcius when using OCCT, dont want to stress it too much when converting/rendering stuff. Had it @4.4 with 1.3V, LLC ultra high which ended up 1.32v under load (HWinfo). Ill try the bus speed with 220 MHz and let it run for an hour, see if its stable. If it is, ill let it run 6 hrs to be sure it will be stable. Hate it when it comes to bluescreens, since i use my computer every day i need to know that its stable ^^ Had everything already done, but i dont use AI Suite anymore because i somethimes had weird problems with windows because of it. All changes are made in the bios smile.gif

Ill now push the bus a bit, to 220MHz& leave it on 1.12V.

Case fans will go at full speed if the mainboard exceeds 45C, CPU will be at 100% cooling when it exceeds 50C.
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Thanks for the quick reply smile.gif

this is my system, dont mind that it says 4.4, ive pushed a bit lower now since i had some bluescreens. http://www.sysprofile.de/id180915

My cooler cant handle more than 1.3v, the temps are rising above 65 degrees celcius when using OCCT, dont want to stress it too much when converting/rendering stuff. Had it @4.4 with 1.3V, LLC ultra high which ended up 1.32v under load (HWinfo). Ill try the bus speed with 220 MHz and let it run for an hour, see if its stable. If it is, ill let it run 6 hrs to be sure it will be stable. Hate it when it comes to bluescreens, since i use my computer every day i need to know that its stable ^^ Had everything already done, but i dont use AI Suite anymore because i somethimes had weird problems with windows because of it. All changes are made in the bios smile.gif

Ill now push the bus a bit, to 220MHz& leave it on 1.12V.

Case fans will go at full speed if the mainboard exceeds 45C, CPU will be at 100% cooling when it exceeds 50C.
Must be a bad mount, repaste and follow instructions thoroughly its D14-grade. Seriously, look! 1.3V is crazy low, unless you have a golden chip, bring it up to like 1.4V.. If you have a low voltage, temps tend to get quite high as well!
http://www.technews.lt/userfiles/K2Load.png
Edited by X-Alt - 2/24/14 at 1:23pm
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I don't know if you're using an AIO or air cooler but the socket temps on that clock are a result of the power draw from a 6 phase board feeding an eight core FX. Your core package temps appeared to be in the 40s which look good. Acouple of recommendations would be to get some airflow going on the VRM section and also behind the Motherborad if possible.. I started with this same board and a ThermalTake AIO and that's what I did and dropped that temp by 10°c

wow, thank you, but i am not willing to go thru all this hassle just to OC to 4.2Ghz. i will re-apply thermal paste just to make sure and if that doesn't do it, i will leave it at 3.5Ghz undervolted to 1.20v for now.
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I don't know if you're using an AIO or air cooler but the socket temps on that clock are a result of the power draw from a 6 phase board feeding an eight core FX. Your core package temps appeared to be in the 40s which look good. Acouple of recommendations would be to get some airflow going on the VRM section and also behind the Motherborad if possible.. I started with this same board and a ThermalTake AIO and that's what I did and dropped that temp by 10°c

I also have the same 6-phase board, so I guess I'll be installing some VRM cooling too.
    
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I just slapped on an NH-D14. Not only does it provide exceptional cooling for the CPU, it also provides a huge amount of airflow for the vrm heatsink, plus is super silent. Win/win.
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I just slapped on an NH-D14. Not only does it provide exceptional cooling for the CPU, it also provides a huge amount of airflow for the vrm heatsink, plus is super silent. Win/win.

Guess I'll go for a D14 too. It's cheaper than watercooling and seems to be better.
    
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Have the itch to change RAM. It's between:
ADATA XPG 2133MHz
http://www.pcaccesorios.com.mx/detalles_Memoria-DDR316GB-2133Mhz-ADATA-XPG-AX3U2133W8G10-DR,3132,81,18.htm

Kingston HyperX Beast 2133MHz
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The ADATA is cheaper, slightly better timings, and low profile heatspreaders that won't interfere with my CPU cooler when I decide to add another pair for 32GB.
The Kingston sticks are more expensive, have tall heatspreaders that will interfere with my Frio unless I change coolers, but run at slightly lower voltage. Reviews claim they are decent overclockers.

What do you guys recommend for my sig rig?
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Go with the ADATA. Kingston RAM doesn't seem to run at full speed properly on AMD boards.
    
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