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Can I join?

Here is this morning's results!

http://valid.canardpc.com/b1uquw

My username is there, and yes, the CPU was at 19C. Minnesota, yo.

BTW, does NB clock effect single thread at all, or is it mostly for memory bandwidth?

I will try and shoot for higher, as the 15deg F weather is great for overclocking, though I did kill a HDD by running it in temps below zero...

The NB will affect all threads. By improving your memory bandwidth. And cache speeds.
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Depends on your definition of stable!



I was IBT AVXing v high with 1.5v core - LLC v high running 4.7gz....after playing with the nb settings, I had to reset cmos switch... then I loaded my 4.7ghz profile to find it unstable. After playing with it for ages now, it requires 1.536 v core - LLC v hig to run te same 4.7 ghz.

How/Is it even possible for a cpu to require more volts, on a once working profile, to be stable again?! confused mad.gif

Is it possible you made changes to your settings after you saved you profile? Or is it warmer now than before, these things are quite sensitive to temp.
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Stable in the intel burn test and Crysis 2, was crashing before. I fine tuned it. Followed a guide that basically said NB overclocking isnt worth it, it only caps the OC due to more heat. Drop theCPU-NB and you can drop the CPU-Vcore, HTlink is at 26 or 2800. Isnt it all about HTLink speed? I think oc'ing nb is for faster memory, but the clocks will be longer.

Also I've got APM master and C6 enabled.
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I hear ya Durvelle, they are a bit lame for OCing but it's really the only way to get any 3D Boints. Welcome back to the Red Team.
The R9 290x and the GTX780TI are about the same price here. I've always used Nvidia for the last few years just for CUDA. Is Mantle applicable to more than just BF4 ?
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Just on Vacation eh? Wanted to come back and work for an OC did you?
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The NB will affect all threads. By improving your memory bandwidth. And cache speeds.
Is it possible you made changes to your settings after you saved you profile? Or is it warmer now than before, these things are quite sensitive to temp.

Changes to settings after profile save would be possible, but I can pretty much remember the settings lol... I then set everything to default, and configured only the clock, vcore and LLC... it was deemed unstable at what was previously stable. Seems after using the cmos reset, the cpu wants more volts! Got a stable 4.7 with llc vhigh @ 5.36 v now... ramm @ 2133 with 2.4 on the nb. Will leave it like this for now and try lower the core tomorrow.




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Stable in the intel burn test and Crysis 2, was crashing before. I fine tuned it. Followed a guide that basically said NB overclocking isnt worth it, it only caps the OC due to more heat. Drop theCPU-NB and you can drop the CPU-Vcore, HTlink is at 26 or 2800. Isnt it all about HTLink speed? I think oc'ing nb is for faster memory, but the clocks will be longer.

Also I've got APM master and C6 enabled.


4.8ghz with 1.35v core.... on an 8320.... must be some golden chip!? The IBT you said you ran, was it the AVX version with memory settings to at least very high with at least 10 passes?

I know HT clocking is beneficial when running more than 1 gpu. As for NB clocking, yes I believe it is mainly memory related, which when considering what runs through the ram, suppose it is/can be worth it
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Changes to settings after profile save would be possible, but I can pretty much remember the settings lol... I then set everything to default, and configured only the clock, vcore and LLC... it was deemed unstable at what was previously stable. Seems after using the cmos reset, the cpu wants more volts! Got a stable 4.7 with llc vhigh @ 5.36 v now... ramm @ 2133 with 2.4 on the nb. Will leave it like this for now and try lower the core tomorrow.
4.8ghz with 1.35v core.... on an 8320.... must be some golden chip!? The IBT you said you ran, was it the AVX version with memory settings to at least very high with at least 10 passes?

I know HT clocking is beneficial when running more than 1 gpu. As for NB clocking, yes I believe it is mainly memory related, which when considering what runs through the ram, suppose it is/can be worth it

Did you have the ram and NB running those speeds previously ? I have noticed that ram can play a part in stability. Get to be harder on the IMC as you increase ram speed.
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the temps in HWINFO dont show my IBT test temps. But I cannot complete even 1 passthrough on the highest setting without the temps getting to their limits, but no freezing or crashing. I'm cooling with a CM Nepton 140XL too, thats why I cant imagine running higher volts when this works. I have thought mabey this chip is golden.. idk. Cores 4&5 seem weak on using their full potential.

a good benchmark for gpu cpu as a game is Crysis series. Playing that you'll know if your stable or not. Since i've got the right overclock i've turned on some power saving features, I think i need to fine tune the APM settings in the Asus 99fx Pro 2.0
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Sandy, disable CnQ, the pins don't mean anything TBH!
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So I've been tweaking a lot and managed 4.525 GHz at 1.248 Vcore with my 8320



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