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Pretty much. It really likes using as many cores as it can which is kind of the only thing I find good about it. Can't wait for proper, full-feature Unreal Engine 4 games.
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At ULTRA preset 1080p Battlefield 4 with uses 9GB of RAM. I use over 7GB of RAM in BF4 at ultra with no AA. Although it's only 1 game. I am sure it's the first of many. It's the first of the next gen of games. So I am sure we will definitely see higher memory requirements in the future.
Yes BF4 does use quiet a lot of CPU resources. My FX at 4.8 averages 50%-60% 70% load on all 8 cores. My GPU's are the biggest bottleneck in my system at present. I am sure when my GPU's get upgraded I am sure I will see my CPU doing more work.

That's a good thing then.

Thanks for the info.. thumb.gifthumb.gif
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Its back to ultra high, or 2nd highest. I'm back at 4.8Ghz with Vcore going from 1.356v-1.368v . Turned on C1E, HPC, and APM, everything but cool n quiet and c6. CPU is at 5c and socket is 22c, nice and cool. To run a higher Ghz and be able to pass the tests and be stable, should I be using the power saving features when going to 5Ghz? I had them off before, perhaps thats why after only 1 run it was boom son! going to IBT now to see whats up.

thanks, i appreciate any help on not having my chip go boom, biggrin.gif


Not trying to put a damper on your party but there is no way you are stable @ 4.8 with less then 1.5v, if you don't believe me set it there and do 10 runs of IBT AVX @ just high settings, and if it comes back a pass I will stand corrected. It may appear that you are close to being good here but I don't think so. You are getting fails because you are not stable and with the cooler you have in your sig you will not be able to keep it cool enough to run enough volts through it, it will get too hot. If you had better cooling like a full w/c system you might get to 4.8 + with a monster 8320 and the right motherboard/
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Not trying to put a damper on your party but there is no way you are stable @ 4.8 with less then 1.5v, if you don't believe me set it there and do 10 runs of IBT AVX @ just high settings, and if it comes back a pass I will stand corrected. It may appear that you are close to being good here but I don't think so. You are getting fails because you are not stable and with the cooler you have in your sig you will not be able to keep it cool enough to run enough volts through it, it will get too hot. If you had better cooling like a full w/c system you might get to 4.8 + with a monster 8320 and the right motherboard/

I run 4.8 @ 1.48v LLC ultra high and it's stable as hell

IBT gets core up to 49C and socket 58C

*edit* urrrk sorry! forgot it's an 8320... I'm running 8350 tongue.gif
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I think I can push more volts if I have the power saving features on. I need to read the MOBO manual to see what each setting does.


Oh yeah, DevilDog, I'm still not stable, wierd that I pass IBT @ 5ghz but it freezes, and I fail with it at 4.8 with +.1v, but it runs fine. I'm interested to know if i should stay using the power saving features? and then start to increase.
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I think I can push more volts if I have the power saving features on. I need to read the MOBO manual to see what each setting does.


Oh yeah, DevilDog, I'm still not stable, wierd that I pass IBT @ 5ghz but it freezes, and I fail with it at 4.8 with +.1v, but it runs fine. I'm interested to know if i should stay using the power saving features? and then start to increase.

It's best to keep them shut off untill you get your system stable.
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I think I can push more volts if I have the power saving features on. I need to read the MOBO manual to see what each setting does.


Oh yeah, DevilDog, I'm still not stable, wierd that I pass IBT @ 5ghz but it freezes, and I fail with it at 4.8 with +.1v, but it runs fine. I'm interested to know if i should stay using the power saving features? and then start to increase.

If you can keep it cool at those clocks then great, like Johan45 says, turn them off until after you are stable then you can use cool and quiet to lower power consumption. I run mine at 4.8/1.49v and high LLC. It seems to be the coolest way and the only way I can be stable at 4.8 Ghz and keep the temps low enough with my AIO.
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I think I can push more volts if I have the power saving features on. I need to read the MOBO manual to see what each setting does.


Oh yeah, DevilDog, I'm still not stable, wierd that I pass IBT @ 5ghz but it freezes, and I fail with it at 4.8 with +.1v, but it runs fine. I'm interested to know if i should stay using the power saving features? and then start to increase.
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It's best to keep them shut off untill you get your system stable.

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There's no way in hell you could call your system stable after running just a pass, score a negative value, not to mention your temp skyrocket to 60 on the socket after 30 seconds. NO WAY!!

I'll advise you to at least run AIDA 64 Stability test for not less than 5 hours without failing, Stress everything except the GPU and Storage.
You will probably be a little cooler, BUT I DOUBT IT!!! devil.gif But you will still need to increase your VCORE.
And I'll tell you, you can at least call your system very near stable.

But I'll also warn you, EVEN IF AIDA MAXED OUT AT 60 DEGREES, you'll still encounter an application that will give you more than 75 Degrees such as 80% Processor Utilization on BF4 for sustained period.

Just don't blame me if one day while playing BF4 your chip died because you thought AIDA gave you the MAX temp.
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thanks. I will proceed with caution if I go faster. But I am content with my setup right now.

I did call it stable because I passed a few Crysis 2 missions at 5ghz, but i know its not fully stable, tho it was fun, i'm getting toward the end and I do notice FPS loss with lots of enemies.
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You can always drop some cores when gaming if you need the extra speed. Saves on heat and volts.
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What's the stock HT Link for FX-8320? My motherboard started at 2600, but then dropped down to 2200 to match NB. M5A99X Evo R2.0 mobo btw.
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