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Great, you, CSS and I can start the AMD-FX-8350_AARP owners club biggrin.gif:D
Awesome, bring on the senior citizen hardware discounts!
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Here you go
Stock bios


If my source is correct, then TMP 1 is NB temps. So 60 Celsius at stock settings. I don't have any experience on MSI boards in that regard, but my Gigabyte Board didn't like those temps. I imagine that the AMD Chipsets use the same Fabrication as the AMD Cpu's which don't like temps that high. It's a starting point at least to repaste and maybe add a fan to the NB, considering you can boot at 5.0Ghz just fine.
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If my source is correct, then TMP 1 is NB temps. So 60 Celsius at stock settings. I don't have any experience on MSI boards in that regard, but my Gigabyte Board didn't like those temps. I imagine that the AMD Chipsets use the same Fabrication as the AMD Cpu's which don't like temps that high. It's a starting point at least to repaste and maybe add a fan to the NB, considering you can boot at 5.0Ghz just fine.

Ill try that out
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Anyone with FSX performance ? please let me know.
Thanks.
No tweaks , GTS 250 video card, 4.0 Ghz = 20 fps 4.9 Ghz=25 fps

In the past HW monitor has a hard time with MSI boards it always reads a lot higher than actual on tmp 1 . I have an old NF 980 G 65 that it reports the temp as being 100 C
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Hey guys, I am new to this forum, but have been reading for about 3 weeks now and decided to join, about the same time frame I have owned this 8350. It starts out like this, no matter what I did tinkering with the voltages I could never get Prime95 or OCCT to run for extended periods of time, no more then 3.5 hours running P95 blend test, 5 or 6 hours for OCCT. I am running a straight multi overclock right now, all power saving off @4.5ghz, been trying for weeks to get them to pass the tests @ 4.5ghz. Gaming and everything else is ok. I tried initially getting it going by using no cpu DIGI+ Power Control . I found that I would have to raise my cpu voltages way higher then I thought would be normal with all the vdroop. Then I went a different approach and used Medium cpu DIGI, everything seemed to be slightly better but still would fail P95 and OCCT somewhere along the line. Now just yesterday, don't know if it was just the 1201 bios or my slight adjustment of the cpu DIGI, I put my cpu DIGI at High. Started running tests and noticed it was running with little issues with tests. So I started bumping down my voltages, which I will post later. As of right now I have passed over 13 hours of Prime95, I don't want to stop it for now. I would like to pass the 24 hour mark. The High setting for DIGI has stabilized my my cpu voltage as of now at 1.332 at 100% Prime 95 load. I decided yesterday to mess with the DIGI more when I was seeing the posts with the OCCT voltage results pics. I was about ready to just give up and go with 4.2ghz. I currently have my HT@2600 and NB@2400. I will post up my exact voltage settings later for everything, just gonna let Prime keep on running for now. I will report my results later.
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post #3316 of 67265
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Hey guys, I am new to this forum, but have been reading for about 3 weeks now and decided to join, about the same time frame I have owned this 8350. It starts out like this, no matter what I did tinkering with the voltages I could never get Prime95 or OCCT to run for extended periods of time, no more then 3.5 hours running P95 blend test, 5 or 6 hours for OCCT. I am running a straight multi overclock right now, all power saving off @4.5ghz, been trying for weeks to get them to pass the tests @ 4.5ghz. Gaming and everything else is ok. I tried initially getting it going by using no cpu DIGI+ Power Control . I found that I would have to raise my cpu voltages way higher then I thought would be normal with all the vdroop. Then I went a different approach and used Medium cpu DIGI, everything seemed to be slightly better but still would fail P95 and OCCT somewhere along the line. Now just yesterday, don't know if it was just the 1201 bios or my slight adjustment of the cpu DIGI, I put my cpu DIGI at High. Started running tests and noticed it was running with little issues with tests. So I started bumping down my voltages, which I will post later. As of right now I have passed over 13 hours of Prime95, I don't want to stop it for now. I would like to pass the 24 hour mark. The High setting for DIGI has stabilized my my cpu voltage as of now at 1.332 at 100% Prime 95 load. I decided yesterday to mess with the DIGI more when I was seeing the posts with the OCCT voltage results pics. I was about ready to just give up and go with 4.2ghz. I currently have my HT@2600 and NB@2400. I will post up my exact voltage settings later for everything, just gonna let Prime keep on running for now. I will report my results later.

Welcome to the forum.

Your post brings some potentially important information to the table, as thusfar, everybody I've read has been saying that on their otherwise stable FX-83xx system, o'ced or stock, prime95 has been failing. The thought was that perhaps prime95 somehow contained some problematic code, but if you are able to run prime95 stable for hours and hours, there may be more to the story. I will follow this prime95 intrigue with great interest. It might even affect my choice of motherboard, since the Asus Digi+ power control may be part of the equation.
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Do they have a free demo?
Red , If it gives you a clue to my age, my first computer was a VIC 20 tongue.gif

My first computer was a Texas Instruments 99/4A in 1980 thumb.gif (although I had an Atari VCS2600 in 1978, and my dad even bought one of the first 'pong' clone home consoles that hooked up using an RF connector to our Sony Trinitron 14" in 1976! I think that pong console is what first set me on my computer-obsessed path!)

The TI99-4A was the world's first 16-bit home computer. I even had the speech synthesizer which sounds exactly the same as the one Stephen Hawking uses. I believe it's the same chip.
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Still waiting for my FX-8350 to arrive, but I've got an Antec Kuhler 620, too, and I'm already resigned to needing a Corsair H100 to get 4.7GHz+ stable out of it. I'll probably give my 620 to my best friend along with my old Phenom II X2 550BE which rocks with 4 cores unlocked at 3.8GHz@1.5v stable with the 620.



Ya I have the same cooler for my 8350. I have it at 1.425 volts at 4.8ghz but I can't run itb or prime very long but its stable. Max gaming temps are 50-53c. But im not too worried as im going to get an xspc 280 ex kit with dc5 pump in near future. I have a push pull setup.
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Hey guys, I am new to this forum, but have been reading for about 3 weeks now and decided to join, about the same time frame I have owned this 8350. It starts out like this, no matter what I did tinkering with the voltages I could never get Prime95 or OCCT to run for extended periods of time, no more then 3.5 hours running P95 blend test, 5 or 6 hours for OCCT. I am running a straight multi overclock right now, all power saving off @4.5ghz, been trying for weeks to get them to pass the tests @ 4.5ghz. Gaming and everything else is ok. I tried initially getting it going by using no cpu DIGI+ Power Control . I found that I would have to raise my cpu voltages way higher then I thought would be normal with all the vdroop. Then I went a different approach and used Medium cpu DIGI, everything seemed to be slightly better but still would fail P95 and OCCT somewhere along the line. Now just yesterday, don't know if it was just the 1201 bios or my slight adjustment of the cpu DIGI, I put my cpu DIGI at High. Started running tests and noticed it was running with little issues with tests. So I started bumping down my voltages, which I will post later. As of right now I have passed over 13 hours of Prime95, I don't want to stop it for now. I would like to pass the 24 hour mark. The High setting for DIGI has stabilized my my cpu voltage as of now at 1.332 at 100% Prime 95 load. I decided yesterday to mess with the DIGI more when I was seeing the posts with the OCCT voltage results pics. I was about ready to just give up and go with 4.2ghz. I currently have my HT@2600 and NB@2400. I will post up my exact voltage settings later for everything, just gonna let Prime keep on running for now. I will report my results later.

Welcome to the forum.

Your post brings some potentially important information to the table, as thusfar, everybody I've read has been saying that on their otherwise stable FX-83xx system, o'ced or stock, prime95 has been failing. The thought was that perhaps prime95 somehow contained some problematic code, but if you are able to run prime95 stable for hours and hours, there may be more to the story. I will follow this prime95 intrigue with great interest. It might even affect my choice of motherboard, since the Asus Digi+ power control may be part of the equation.

You have not been paying attention if you think everyone is failing all the time.

The fact it fails at stock for multiple people at all makes it an unreliable program for BD/PD.

@MistrEd: Don't put so much weight behind one program. Try Intel Burn Test, various benchmarking software, AMD's Overdrive has a stability tester, various CPU demanding games, etc.
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I knew when I read that people were saying problematic code possibly could be the issue, that was not right. I have never had a Pc that I could not get P95 stable if all the components are good. I really think the Digi cpu power control has something to with it, or the newer bios possibly, I only made 2 changes in the past day, the bios and putting Digi cpu on High, so something made the difference. Has totally stabilized my cpu volts under 100% load. Since I put it on High, Prime 95 has been going for 13+ hours.









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