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Don't count on it, Biostar is budget. Their "Flagship" is worse then the UD3 in many ways; Ethernet controller, PCI-e lanes and placement, only 4+2 phase. Keep in mind that my UD3 got a 8320 to 5.0, and a M5A97 got a 8350 to the same.
Also, considering the size of the cooler and the fact he did no stability/burn test... I can boot into 5.4 if I give it enough voltage, that does not make it stable or have acceptable temps.
It sucks that the UD7 is out of stock, but that's the first time it's been back in stock since LLC was added I think, so unsurprising that it would go so quick.
Anyway, I'm bored, time to go put the ol' Kingstons back in and do some testing with the fast kit.
I wouldn't count Biostar out as a budget mobo sir. Remember there 890FX flagship mobo which has and stll have the world record on ocing a Phemon II and it has a 4+2 phase power.
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Just found this guy on youtube overclocking an FX-8350 to 5GHz on air using the BIOSTAR TA990FXE with an Enermax ETD T60 VT cooler:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EhB-0IOwdto
Any thoughts about this? If this board can really pull this kind of feat with ANY FX-8350, I'm going to seriously consider buying it.

That doesn't surprise me. Some brands that weren't very good a few years ago have really picked up the quality. You been through the features,LLC, etc?
any Asrock's available? and how long until the UD7 is in stock?
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KyadCK, MEGA Thanks for your posts! Due to you detailed posts, I was able to actual OC my FX 8350 to 5 Ghz but "backed off" to 4.7 Ghz. Have the same H100 Corsair cooler running the Stock fans at max (use headphones so sound doesn't bother me". I found 1.475 v at 4.7 Ghz allows unlimited IBT runs with stability and CPU never over 56C ( cores never over 50 C) measured by my licensed AIDA64 sensor software. I ran AMD OC software stability the recommended 1 hr. minimum with all parameters selected and this chip is rock solid. I notice you list your Corsair H100 with Push pull setup? May I ask what type of fans are you using?

Thanks again. Your specific postings on BIOS setup allowed me to reach 4.7 Ghz solid (23.5 x 200) at 1.475v.smile.gif
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From what I have read, AMD must really be emphasizing the binning difference between the 8320 and 8350. Seems to be the pattern.
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Anyone with FSX performance ? please let me know.

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I had mine up to 4.8 last night but ran out of vcore to get it stable

I had my manual voltage to 1.518 and booted into Win 8 at 5 Ghz fine. However, I backed off to 1.475V because 1.518v was too high for my liking. I saw a spec in one of the listings that showed the 8350 with a voltage range from 1.35 to 1.55v. Though 1.475 is high as I type this at 4.7Ghz, the latest CPU-Z lists the v at 1.464. My settings allow IBT to run without fail and AMD's OC stability test to run with all parameters tested for over 1 hr. without fail. Due to my Corsair H100, my CPU temps with IBT running full blast never exceed 57C. The CPU core temps are @50-52C with overall at 57C at most.
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Don't count on it, Biostar is budget. Their "Flagship" is worse then the UD3 in many ways; Ethernet controller, PCI-e lanes and placement, only 4+2 phase. Keep in mind that my UD3 got a 8320 to 5.0, and a M5A97 got a 8350 to the same.
Also, considering the size of the cooler and the fact he did no stability/burn test... I can boot into 5.4 if I give it enough voltage, that does not make it stable or have acceptable temps.
It sucks that the UD7 is out of stock, but that's the first time it's been back in stock since LLC was added I think, so unsurprising that it would go so quick.
Anyway, I'm bored, time to go put the ol' Kingstons back in and do some testing with the fast kit.
I wouldn't count Biostar out as a budget mobo sir. Remember there 890FX flagship mobo which has and stll have the world record on ocing a Phemon II and it has a 4+2 phase power.

I'll stand corrected when I see it, but the one biostar I did own (870 something I think) just couldn't compare to anything else I owned, including the FM1 ASRock in a APU build I made someone, and that board actually scared me. I could not get all 6 cores of my 960T to work on it, while the 990A-UD3 that replaced it not only got all 6 cores working, but OC'd it to 3.6 (cooling limited).
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KyadCK, MEGA Thanks for your posts! Due to you detailed posts, I was able to actual OC my FX 8350 to 5 Ghz but "backed off" to 4.7 Ghz. Have the same H100 Corsair cooler running the Stock fans at max (use headphones so sound doesn't bother me". I found 1.475 v at 4.7 Ghz allows unlimited IBT runs with stability and CPU never over 56C ( cores never over 50 C) measured by my licensed AIDA64 sensor software. I ran AMD OC software stability the recommended 1 hr. minimum with all parameters selected and this chip is rock solid. I notice you list your Corsair H100 with Push pull setup? May I ask what type of fans are you using?

Thanks again. Your specific postings on BIOS setup allowed me to reach 4.7 Ghz solid (23.5 x 200) at 1.475v.smile.gif

No problem, glad I could help! I assume your saber is treating you well then.

My fans are 4 stock Corsair fans (2 from my H100, 2 from an H80 that needed "silent" fans) running at 50-60% for normal use (gaming, etc) and 100% full blast with anything that can really use the CPU (encoding). They are set to intake.


So, a while back, I did a 3DMark11 test, and it was disappointing.

Here were the results: http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/4739310

2x 6970 at 940/1450
32GB RAM at 1600 10-10-10
8320 at 5.0
HT at 2.2
NB at 2.2

Man that sucked, just 9324 on Graphics? My Ph II got 11631! (http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/4193465)

7689 Physics? Not bad I guess, my Ph II only got 5200 at it's absolute best with better ram. P8371? That hurt. My Ph II got P8739.


Well I did a bit of tweaking, and now like my 970BE and 2x6970s, I own the top score with an 8320 and 2x6970s.

2x 6970 at 940/1450
4GB RAM at 1866 10-10-10 (Kingston kit, I'm sure I can get better)
8320 at 5.0
HT at 2.6
NB at 2.2

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/4941255

P10395
Graphics: 11850
Physics: 8263

That's more like it! devil.gif

Also, considering the Graphics score, which is within margin or error with my Ph II, it is the Chipset (both achieved with my 990FXA-UD3), not the CPU.
Edited by KyadCK - 11/15/12 at 1:27am
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Great, you, CSS and I can start the AMD-FX-8350_AARP owners club biggrin.gif:D

At 61, can you add me to that club?biggrin.gif
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KyadCK, the Sabertooth 990FX IS treating me well. A solid, higher end mb that is tough and a good OCer. There are better ones but it is rock solid, I know they have come out with a second revision, but I have the original one. Just installed the latest BIOS to take advantage of the 8350. I Had a FX 8150 in it for the last 3 months and it taught me a lot about the mb and OCing overall. I am not in the league for expert Water coolers and there is no doubt that a specific water cooling kit will out perform the Corsair H100. However, the H100 allows you to really push the 8350 without the huge penalty of heat. I learned this with the 8150. The downside is the noise from the fans but for me with a Logitech G35 headset it is a minor matter.

If I could suggest to the OCers of 8120/8150 and 8320/8350 some tips they are these:

1. Spend a few dollars more on a 990FX mb with a solid VRM and full pahse control.
2.Spend $$ on a highend air cooler or a higher end watercooler. Better yet if you go with your own water cooling setup you are likely to have more OCing headroom.
3. Good PSU. These chips really start using power as you push the OCing. However, I notice that when I had my Bulldozer 8150 OCed to 4.5GHZ running IBT it used @30-40watts more than the PileDriver 8350 running at 4.7 Ghz!
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Hello Friends! I have just from a few days a Fx-8320 (step = rev = OR-C0; vid 1.337) and I'm trying to do some tests to find a good OC 24/7. wink.gif
I am currently testing this cpu an AMD stability test at 4.2 GHz (200x21) with only 1.344 (bios) 1.332 on CPU-z LLC = Ultra-high on an Asus M5A97 Pro (HT and NB set to 2.4 GHz, cpu / nb = 1.2 v) dissipated by air with a Hyper 612s + Akasa Viper 120mm PWM. ( ram corsair vengeance 8gb 2x4gb 1,5v@1,52v 1600 C8 but I set it -->> 9-9-9-24-41-2T to avoid stability problems )
I note that the temperatures are a little weird with HWMonitor: 49-51 core temps while CPU is fixed at 63-64! ????mad.gif
I think they are the most reliable core temps (49-51) It seems strange that with such a low voltage, temperatures reach values ​​of 64 degrees!
If you have any advice for me I'd love to!
thanks a lot !!!
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