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Just ordered my 8350 should be here by weeks end Newegg has them today for 179.oo usd. smile.gif
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Sweet, you should have a ton of fun with a Saberkitty and an 8350.
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Can anyone give me some advice on my current overclock? I cant seem to get any higher than this with my FX 8320

- Motherboard brand, model, BIOS Version and Revision #
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- Multiplier, Bus Speed, Northbridge Clock, HyperTransport Clock
22.5 I believe (4,5Ghz) Bus Speed, Northbridge Clock and HyperTransport Clock are on stock settings.

- VCore, CPU/NB Vcore, LLC (if applicable)
Voltage at 1.47, CPU/NB Vcore Auto and LLC set to High

- Memory speed, timings, and voltage.
Kingston HyperX 1866Mhz at 9-11-9-27 1.65V

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The voltage seems a bit on the high side. I also dropped down LLC from extreme to high. On extreme temps got above 65 degrees. With LLC set to high it got around 62-63 (still on the high side if you ask me)
So basicly the only thing I changed is the multiplier, manual voltage and manual ram voltage and timings.
Do you guys have any tips on how to get the tempatures down and achieve an even higher overclock?
Edited by riecardow93 - 3/24/14 at 4:49am
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I'm assuming the temps that you're quoting are socket?? Not core temps? These CPUs really heat up the power section on your Mobo. So some fans on the VRM
2nuuixi.jpg

And also one behing the Mobo directly on the socket like this

2ql7llu.png

Your voltage does seem a bit high but that could be just your chip since they're not all created equal. You could try putting the CPU+NB voltage up to 1.25 and see if that allows you to drop the V_Core a bit. It's possible it was IMC instability that was making you raise the V_Core??
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Originally Posted by Johan45 View Post

I'm assuming the temps that you're quoting are socket?? Not core temps? These CPUs really heat up the power section on your Mobo. So some fans on the VRM Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
2nuuixi.jpg

And also one behing the Mobo directly on the socket like this
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
2ql7llu.png

Your voltage does seem a bit high but that could be just your chip since they're not all created equal. You could try putting the CPU+NB voltage up to 1.25 and see if that allows you to drop the V_Core a bit. It's possible it was IMC instability that was making you raise the V_Core??

I still have my AMD stock cooler, ill place that fan at the back of my socket.
And yes, those temps are the socket temps, im not sure what my core temps were, i'll check that when i get home.
What do you mean by IMC instability? Have not heard that term before.
And how did u attach those fans to the VRM and socket? I assume just some double sided sticky tape?
Thanks for you reply!
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Originally Posted by riecardow93 View Post

I still have my AMD stock cooler, ill place that fan at the back of my socket.
And yes, those temps are the socket temps, im not sure what my core temps were, i'll check that when i get home.
What do you mean by IMC instability? Have not heard that term before.
And how did u attach those fans to the VRM and socket? I assume just some double sided sticky tape?
Thanks for you reply!

You assumed correctly, double sided tape, whatever you can use to make it work is fine.
The IMC ( internal memory controller) can be a bit finicky on these and it is possible to overpower the V_Core to make up for "some" instability and will cause people to set the core too high. I have found that for most FX a 1.25v CPU_NB setting with LLC set to high is suffuciuent for a NB frequency between 22-2600. I have also noticed that as the Core frequency increases it's quite often necessary to bump up the CPU_NB voltage a bit as well since the higher core frequency causes it to work harder.
As for monitoring software I prefer HWMonitor free version since it has a simple layout and gives all the important temps and voltages. I see others here like HWinfo, both will give you the info you need.
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I still have my AMD stock cooler, ill place that fan at the back of my socket.
And yes, those temps are the socket temps, im not sure what my core temps were, i'll check that when i get home.
What do you mean by IMC instability? Have not heard that term before.
And how did u attach those fans to the VRM and socket? I assume just some double sided sticky tape?
Thanks for you reply!

You assumed correctly, double sided tape, whatever you can use to make it work is fine.
The IMC ( internal memory controller) can be a bit finicky on these and it is possible to overpower the V_Core to make up for "some" instability and will cause people to set the core too high. I have found that for most FX a 1.25v CPU_NB setting with LLC set to high is suffuciuent for a NB frequency between 22-2600. I have also noticed that as the Core frequency increases it's quite often necessary to bump up the CPU_NB voltage a bit as well since the higher core frequency causes it to work harder.
As for monitoring software I prefer HWMonitor free version since it has a simple layout and gives all the important temps and voltages. I see others here like HWinfo, both will give you the info you need.
The only problem I find with HW Monitor is that it tends to incorrectly display the voltages coming from your PSU. Otherwise I still love it because it;s such I lightweight program. I also use HWINFO as well. thumb.gif
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You assumed correctly, double sided tape, whatever you can use to make it work is fine.
The IMC ( internal memory controller) can be a bit finicky on these and it is possible to overpower the V_Core to make up for "some" instability and will cause people to set the core too high. I have found that for most FX a 1.25v CPU_NB setting with LLC set to high is suffuciuent for a NB frequency between 22-2600. I have also noticed that as the Core frequency increases it's quite often necessary to bump up the CPU_NB voltage a bit as well since the higher core frequency causes it to work harder.
As for monitoring software I prefer HWMonitor free version since it has a simple layout and gives all the important temps and voltages. I see others here like HWinfo, both will give you the info you need.
Alright, i'll try setting the CPU/NB voltage to manual and put a fan behind the socket.
What fans did you use for the VRM's and Socket?
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Originally Posted by Johan45 View Post

You assumed correctly, double sided tape, whatever you can use to make it work is fine.
The IMC ( internal memory controller) can be a bit finicky on these and it is possible to overpower the V_Core to make up for "some" instability and will cause people to set the core too high. I have found that for most FX a 1.25v CPU_NB setting with LLC set to high is suffuciuent for a NB frequency between 22-2600. I have also noticed that as the Core frequency increases it's quite often necessary to bump up the CPU_NB voltage a bit as well since the higher core frequency causes it to work harder.
As for monitoring software I prefer HWMonitor free version since it has a simple layout and gives all the important temps and voltages. I see others here like HWinfo, both will give you the info you need.

id rather have a 140mm fan at back of socket bigger area to keep cool

as for the tiny fans what is the difference between cooled and not cooled....and the speed of your fans please smile.gif
Edited by gertruude - 3/24/14 at 5:31am
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id rather have a 140mm fan at back of socket bigger area to keep cool

as for the tiny fans what is the difference between cooled and not cooled....and the speed of your fans please smile.gif

I also have a 140 behind and 2x90 on top but I'm not using a case anymore either ( see my bencher). I never did the VRM fans like that it's a borrowed pic. But that one on the back is mine and dropped my temps almost 10°c. It's a 5000 rpm 50mm screamer of a chipset fan. At that time I didn't really have the room for anything too big and wasn't about to cut a hole in my side panel.
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