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Originally Posted by Johan45 View Post

Looks good, did you mean this won't pass prime or 5.0 doesn't pass?
What I ment is 5ghz won't pass but 4.6 does.
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post #31722 of 67375
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Nice, you guys are lucky it seems. I just did some searching and the only place I found them here was On E-bay they're $500 with free shipping from South Korea. Ha ha

I could supply one cheaper than that for you haha! You'll need to see which Brands are build by them, and sold under another name.

Or ask a nice UK fella to help you out! wink.gif
post #31723 of 67375
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Originally Posted by Rooah View Post

Hey quick question. I've been looking around and was wondering if I should be paying more attention to the CPU 0 or CPU readings when overclocking? From what I've heard CPU 0 is the better one to watch out for in HWiNFO once you start to hit higher temps.

CPU 0 is your CPU temp
CPU looks like you socket temps

CPU temp max is 62C (can go a little higher if you ask some other members)
Socket Temps max is 72C

Both are pretty important. Run a stress test and show us a screen shot of the temps (or is that it?).
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That's after about half an hour of prim95 small FFT. And thats what I figured, just wanted confirmation before I started to up the overclock. Thanks thumb.gif
post #31725 of 67375
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Originally Posted by boot318 View Post

CPU 0 is your CPU temp
CPU looks like you socket temps

CPU temp max is 62C (can go a little higher if you ask some other members)
Socket Temps max is 72C

Both are pretty important. Run a stress test and show us a screen shot of the temps (or is that it?).


These temps have recently changed... new cpu0 temp max is 72c
Also want to keep an eye on your nb/vrm temps... listed under T2...may differ depending on board
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Originally Posted by process View Post

These temps have recently changed... new cpu0 temp max is 72c
Also want to keep an eye on your nb/vrm temps... listed under T2...may differ depending on board
I've been looking for my VRM temps since I first got this board but I don't think it has any VRM temp monitoring, ASUS M5A99X. I have put my stock heatsink fan over my VRMs just in case though. CPU0 hitting 44.6C max and CPU hitting 61C max at 4.5GHz in Prime95 Small FFT.
post #31727 of 67375
Just wanted to update everyone...I purchased a kit of Corsair Vengeance Pro (2x8) 16gb 1866 9-10-9-27 and placed them in slots 2 & 4 like I was running the Snipers and all is good now. I just tested doing a video encode and no random BSOD or reboots. Vcore at 1.34(I could probably drop this back to stock 1.32 now) During the encode under load(all cores being maxed for about 20min), temp topped out at 42c and even idles better at 9c. Checked CPUZ and both dimms are running at the proper timings. It feels so good to have a working PC again. After 10 + yrs of putting builds together, this the first time I've ever run into a problem, let alone with G.Skill. I've never even RMA'd anything back to NewEgg...I guess there's a first time for everything.

Thanks again everyone for all the help. I'm going to be OC'ing soon...I just want to enjoy this for a moment tongue.gif
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Just wanted to update everyone...I purchased a kit of Corsair Vengeance Pro (2x8) 16gb 1866 9-10-9-27 and placed them in slots 2 & 4 like I was running the Snipers and all is good now. I just tested doing a video encode and no random BSOD or reboots. Vcore at 1.34(I could probably drop this back to stock 1.32 now) During the encode under load(all cores being maxed for about 20min), temp topped out at 42c and even idles better at 9c. Checked CPUZ and both dimms are running at the proper timings. It feels so good to have a working PC again. After 10 + yrs of putting builds together, this the first time I've ever run into a problem, let alone with G.Skill. I've never even RMA'd anything back to NewEgg...I guess there's a first time for everything.

Thanks again everyone for all the help. I'm going to be OC'ing soon...I just want to enjoy this for a moment tongue.gif

Good , Glad it's all sorted out for you. These things are grest for video work, you'll love it.
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Originally Posted by Synister View Post

I could supply one cheaper than that for you haha! You'll need to see which Brands are build by them, and sold under another name.

Or ask a nice UK fella to help you out! wink.gif

Ya I know a couple of them from various forums. Just hope I don't need too , the shipping would be terrible.
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I have an FX-8350 (first amd cpu since the A64 for me) running on a UD5 Rev3 (using the latest beta bios). Cooled by a XSPC Rasa 360. It is LinX stable for 20+ runs (I can run them back to back all day) all the way to 5ghz (not going over 1.5v set in bios). But I can't get it prime stable (at least 1 core always errors out after 4hrs) at anything over 4.6ghz regardless of voltage. And it does 4.6ghz at .025 over stock voltage.
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Originally Posted by NeonFlak View Post

I have an FX-8350 (first amd cpu since the A64 for me) running on a UD5 Rev3 (using the latest beta bios). Cooled by a XSPC Rasa 360. It is LinX stable for 20+ runs (I can run them back to back all day) all the way to 5ghz (not going over 1.5v set in bios). But I can't get it prime stable (at least 1 core always errors out after 4hrs) at anything over 4.6ghz regardless of voltage. And it does 4.6ghz at .025 over stock voltage.

You might try lowering your ht link speed to 2200 mhz , it sounds silly but 2 of my 3 vishera rigs gained stability in prime from doing so. Any experts have anything to offer as to why that may help?
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