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How high have you gotten on stock volts just by upping the multi. My first guess would be lack of air in the case. These are hungry hat CPUs when you push them. That temp you're quoting is that the socket or package/core temp ? Next time you post a shot of HWinfo can you so it under load with p95 ?? That way we see the max temps and volts

could you please tell me what should change on bios just for upping multi? leave everything default and change multi, that is it or chang some other settings too? i am aiming around 4.2-4.4, i can adjust the voltage also but i still dont get which settings should i use.
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Linus says that on radiators that you dont run push/pull, it doesnt really matter if you have the fans pushing or pulling air throw the radiator, the results will be the same..
Tell that to everyone who sees lower temps running them in push/pull vs pull or push by itself smile.gif More airflow thru a radiator i cant see that being a hinderence unless its inside the case and configured wrong causing a huge "easy bake oven" (liked that analogy)?
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Of course push and pull are better (i mean using push and pull on a radiator).

But IF you will not run push and pull, Linus said that using only pull or only push on a radiator, is the same.
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post #32674 of 67492
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could you please tell me what should change on bios just for upping multi? leave everything default and change multi, that is it or chang some other settings too? i am aiming around 4.2-4.4, i can adjust the voltage also but i still dont get which settings should i use.

Go into bios and set it to manual. You're multi starts at 17.5 just bump it up .5 at a time and test it see how high it'll go. before it gets unstable.
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A) I thought we were talking about the fan on the back of the mobo,
B)If your talking say an H100i, push, pull or push/pull is well documented even in this thread that 1 or 2 degrees is about all you will see depending on the fans, some maybe a bit more in push/pull but not very many. I speak from experience because I have tried all three myself with an overclocked 8350.
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ok. i have done every setting in the "AMD Bulldozer and Piledriver Overclocking Guide - Asus Motherboard thread". and set my ratio to 20 which gives 4.0ghz. ran the prime95 and my temps stabled at 71 on cpu and 61 on package on default volt in hwmonitor. So those temps are not good, i should not try to go further?
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ok. i have done every setting in the "AMD Bulldozer and Piledriver Overclocking Guide - Asus Motherboard thread". and set my ratio to 20 which gives 4.0ghz. ran the prime95 and my temps stabled at 71 on cpu and 61 on package on default volt in hwmonitor. So those temps are not good, i should not try to go further?
You're getting warm but still ok have you stress tested that at all
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Hi everyone, i am a total newbie when it comes to overclocking. I have been playing games over 13 years on pc but never tried to oc.
My question is can i oc my cpu to 4.0-4.2ghz without changing voltage. I tried every possible way on the net but my socket temps keeps getting over 60 degrees so i stop prime95
my board is sabertooth 990fx r2.0 and cpu 8320. as for cooling i am using hyper 212 evo.
idle temps on stock clock 33C, with prime95 it is around 51C. (by the way i am looking at the value just besides cpu not package on hwmonitor.
but when i try to overclock with the manuals on the web it stables around 63C which is max for amd chips i belive.
So my question is, are my stock degrees too high to begin with or i am doing something wrong with the oc. (i used jayztwocents video for oc)

http://i.imgur.com/mwnUCyA.png

I was able to achieve 4.2GHz on stock voltage (1.3375v) using ultra high LLC on an Asus M5A99FX Pro r2.0 with an 8320. It is possible.
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ok. i have done every setting in the "AMD Bulldozer and Piledriver Overclocking Guide - Asus Motherboard thread". and set my ratio to 20 which gives 4.0ghz. ran the prime95 and my temps stabled at 71 on cpu and 61 on package on default volt in hwmonitor. So those temps are not good, i should not try to go further?

you need a better cooler.. it is just flatly not up to the task of this processor
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