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post #3351 of 67355
Are the sabertooth R1 boards able to disable individual cores? all i see is by modules
post #3352 of 67355
I see a direct correlation between the temperature of my NB and my OC's failing. As long as I can keep the NB under 70c I'm good. I've yet to repaste and reseat, I will do it tomorrow and see if I can get better results.
post #3353 of 67355
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I see a direct correlation between the temperature of my NB and my OC's failing. As long as I can keep the NB under 70c I'm good. I've yet to repaste and reseat, I will do it tomorrow and see if I can get better results.

While reading all your updates I was like **** what is Temp 3?!?! Looking forward to more updates, good work.
post #3354 of 67355
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Originally Posted by KyadCK View Post

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.

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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).
Actually the biostar 990fx board IS good, I don't know about the LLC on it though.

From http://www.overclock.net/a/about-vrms-mosfets-motherboard-safety-with-high-tdp-processors:
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However, take the Biostar TA890FXE [same exact as 990fx version], it comes with a similar 4+2 power phase. High amperage rating per transistor; completely rock-solid. It should be noted that an 8+2 phase system may not necessarily provide any more current than a 4+1 phase if the amount of amperage available to the transistors per phase is the same; however, the 8+2 phase system would still do so with more efficiency, stability, and with less heat output.
post #3355 of 67355
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Originally Posted by MistrEd View Post

I use Prime95,OCCT,IBT,LinX,HyperPI,ycruncher,wPrime. I use more then just Prime95. Prime95 is not problematic code.

Thanks MisterEd for bringing up these arguements(maybe not the best choice of word, but...meh) about Prime95.
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prime95
25.11 July 14, 2009 Faster PRP tests
25.12 July 29, 2009
25.13 October 6, 2009
25.14 March 22, 2010
26.2 September 14, 2010[31] Optimized FFT code for many architectures; file size is greatly increased as a result
26.3 October 13, 2010[32]
26.4 November 15, 2010 Support of up to 64 cores (for 64-bit systems)
26.5 February 23, 2011
26.6 April 8, 2011[33]
27.1 alpha December 5, 2011[34] Intel AVX support (32 bit only)
27.2 alpha December 19, 2011[35] Includes all FFT lengths; first Linux/MPrime test version
27.3 beta February 16, 2012[36] 64 bit AVX support
27.4 beta March 9, 2012[37]
27.6 beta April 24, 2012[38] Bug fixes; (v27.5 was skipped;[39] the underlying math libraries went through a revision, but Prime95 was not modified.)
27.7 beta May 3, 2012[40] More bug fixes
27.7 May 15, 2012 Stable AVX support (for Sandy Bridge and Ivy Bridge CPUs, Core i3/i5/i7-2xxx and 3xxx models) totaling a ~30% performance increase relative to version 26.[4]

When I "Google" for a version of Prime95, not gonna lie, I just click on the one at the top....
Which the top choice takes you to a version 25.11

So MIsterEd, what version do you happen to be running? What version are others running?
Edited by ComputerRestore - 11/15/12 at 5:47pm
post #3356 of 67355
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Originally Posted by ComputerRestore View Post

Thanks MisterEd for bringing up these arguements about Prime95.
When I "Google" for a version of Prime95, not gonna lie, I just click on the one at the top....
Which the top choice takes you to a version 25.11
So MIsterEd, what version do you happen to be running? What version are others running?
I ran 27.7 and it crashes my fx-8350 ocs instantly. I can intelburntest all day though.
post #3357 of 67355
Had a core finally mess up after 21 hours. Got a illegal checksum. I am running P95 Version 27.7 build 2 I am going to bump of the cpu voltage 1 notch and leave it and start messing with IBT and OCCT for now.




Version






Voltages


CPU Manual Voltage 1.3562
CPU/NB Manual Voltage 1.1437
CPU VDDA 2.5
DRAM 1.510
NB Voltage 1.1187
NB HT Voltage 1.2125
Edited by MistrEd - 11/15/12 at 6:17pm
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Corsair Force GT 90gb ssd Corsair Force GT 240gb ssd WD 250gb Scorpio Black  Asus DRW-24B1ST 
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Zalman 9900Max Windows 8 x64 HP w2408h Logitech G15 
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post #3358 of 67355
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Originally Posted by MistrEd View Post

Had a core finally mess up after 21 hours. Got a illegal checksum. I am running P95 Version 27.7 build 2 I am going to bump of the cpu voltage 1 notch and leave it and start messing with IBT and OCCT for now.

Version
http://i307.photobucket.com/albums/nn281/ed6698/grgr.jpg
Voltages
CPU Manual Voltage 1.3562
CPU/NB Manual Voltage 1.1437
CPU VDDA 2.5
DRAM 1.510
NB Voltage1.1187
NB HT Voltage

Well, until I hook my FX 8150 back up, I'll probably blame my Stock Crashes on the outdated and buggy version of Prime95 I was using (majority of the patches were for random sumout errors etc)

Also @ MistrEd would you mind posting a HW Monitor ScreenShot of your Overclock at load?(like 5 minutes of Prime)

How many people are failing Prime95 on Windows 8, with the latest version of Prime?
Edited by ComputerRestore - 11/15/12 at 6:26pm
post #3359 of 67355
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Originally Posted by ComputerRestore View Post

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.

so i re pasted.. and that top picture wasn't stock that was a full load.. one thing I did notice is that the MSI TIM was like gum! I re pasted with antec formula 6.I have noticed that it took longer for my NB to heat up almost 5 minutes compared to 2 and it has dropped the temp by about 4c.. I am definitely considering aftermarket active cooler at this point
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Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingCooling
Samsung 830 SSD 128GB LG BD-ROM/DVD Rewriter XSPC Raystorm RS240 kit A LOT OF FANS 
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WIN 7 ultamate AOC 23" LED LCD Microsoft wireless laser 6000 Rosewill Capstone 750w 
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phenom II x6 1100T MSI 990FXA-GD65 GTX 460 GTX 460 
RAMHard DriveOptical DriveCooling
Crucial Ballistix Tactical Tracer 8GB (2 x 4GB)... Samsung SSD 830  LG Blueray Coolermaster N520 
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post #3360 of 67355
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so i re pasted.. and that top picture wasn't stock that was a full load.. one thing I did notice is that the MSI TIM was like gum! I re pasted with antec formula 6.I have noticed that it took longer for my NB to heat up almost 5 minutes compared to 2 and it has dropped the temp by about 4c.. I am definitely considering aftermarket active cooler at this point

Lol, that's exactly what that stuff looks like. Except it's like the kind you find under a desk after 20 years. That's good it takes longer to heat up now. Means it's actually dissipating heat until the heatsink gets saturated. If you still have the fan off your stock AMD Cooler it's the perfect size to sit over the VRM's and NB. Those MSI heatsinks look perfect for putting a couple little screws in. Although I'm a bit oldschool and crude that way lol.

@ F3ERS 2 ASH3S Was looking at your board diagram too. I've never seen one with that 6 Pin ATX plug. It says it's there to supply power to the Graphics Cards?!?! Crazyness.
Edited by ComputerRestore - 11/15/12 at 6:46pm
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