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As it stands now, I'm getting max of 77% GPU usage in BF3, 35% in D3, 82% in ESO, 78% in Neverwinter, etc.

So I feel like having a better card isn't going to net me higher frames, Perhaps being able to put all the graphics on Max and maintain the same FPS. In the words of Oliver Twist. I want some more... FPS lol.

At BF3, what CPU clocks and what settings are you running? At full ultra even a stock 8350 should be able to hold 90% gpu usage and 60+ fps full time in that game.

1Ghz 7950 pegged at 99% on a 64p server and in a CPU heavy map (epicentre),

D3 is horribly coded ,with 4 players at certain parts of the game even overclocked i5s get terribad GPU usage. No idea about neverwinter and ESO but MMOs are notorious for low GPU usage with lots of players around.
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so wher i can find vdroop in bios?
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The voltage readings are because of Vdroop , which is normal for a motherboard without LLC. All you have to do is gain an understanding of how much droop you will have at a given speed/load.
In the case of the GD-80's I have messed with, the maximum Vdroop is about .08 V. For example, if you set the voltage at 1.4 to the cpu, it will likely run 1.32V at load on all 8 cores. This should be good enough for prime at 4 ghz depending on the chip.
If your chip stays cool, it's ok to add more voltage, just make sure you have good airflow over the VRM's and socket area.


As for the automatic OC features, I wouldn't use them at all.

I like to use control center for overclocking, it's fast , simple and has given me good results. I like the version that ends with "56" best, don't update to the newest one

Take a look at the links in my sig, the GD80 is a good overclocker , once you understand how best to use it smile.gif.

Voltage doesn't seem to hurt these chips if you can keep them cool. I'm not familiar with your cooler but 4.4ghz at a setting of 1.5 volts should be very realistic ( 1.42 V at load).
so wher i can find vdroop in bios?
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As it stands now, I'm getting max of 77% GPU usage in BF3, 35% in D3, 82% in ESO, 78% in Neverwinter, etc.

So I feel like having a better card isn't going to net me higher frames, Perhaps being able to put all the graphics on Max and maintain the same FPS. In the words of Oliver Twist. I want some more... FPS lol.

I think I need to get a different chip, I've had this thing at 78C before, hits 70C playing BF3. I've always wanted to go full custom watercooling, and I would only ever need to buy a new cpu block if I decided to go Intel in the future.. I just cant see myself spending thousands on a CPU for little gain..

I purchased all my fans (got 12 120mm Noiseblocker Eloops 2400rpm fans from PPC's), because I know that I will use the fans no matter what I choose to do. The current fans I have now came stock with the 750D and they have horrible vibration that's actually very annoying, I had to put the case on the floor as I could feel it in my hands lol.

Something is unstable or your 8350 has a low clock speed, even running one 290 i hit 100% usage in BF3, BF4, Crysis 3 and the like, Don't have D3 and no way im paying for ESO but a 7970 should be pegged at 99% usage in fullscreen mode.

What clocks are you running at what Voltage?
 
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http://www.overclock.net/t/1023100/official-gigabyte-ga-990fxa-series-owners-thread-club/9660#post_22141112 is a better place to start.
>80% for the bronze, >90% for the Gold.

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no clue where your getting this from..

80bronze is 82-83% efficent..

80gold is 86-88% efficent...

you don't break 90% unless you get to platinum thumb.gif

P.S. there is only one asus amd board with VRM sensors.. and he doesn't have it.. need to do it the old fashion way..
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Something is unstable or your 8350 has a low clock speed, even running one 290 i hit 100% usage in BF3, BF4, Crysis 3 and the like, Don't have D3 and no way im paying for ESO but a 7970 should be pegged at 99% usage in fullscreen mode.

What clocks are you running at what Voltage?

I had it at 5.0 (25 multi at 1.475vCore) I could run everything I threw at it, but it only lasted about 8-15 mins on OCCT, never had any problems playing the games, and I got more fps than anything lower, even 4.8,4.6 at the same volts. I used 3DMark Vantage and PCMark to test physics scores, which reflected higher results.

I knew about 1866 memory on the bulldozers being the highest supported, but I figured you could still use the higher speed profiles supported by the MB/Memory and be alright, turns out I was totally wrong on that one lol.

CPU runs at 1.32v with everything on auto and turbo off, @4ghz.

Right now it's at 4.8Ghz @ 1.44vCore with High LLC (130% Phase). Only thing that seems to stop me atm is the temps. I almost shat myself when I noticed what they were. Keep in mind the highest vCore this thing hit was 1.464 @ 5ghz, when I ran the windows performance index program, (wanted to see if I could get 7.9 as CPU is the only thing that's not, it's 7.8) during the CPU text, the cores hit a massive 78C. So I backed it down to 4.8.

Would you be in agreement that watercooling would help my situation (at the moment) more so than a 290x would?
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so wher i can find vdroop in bios?
it isn't a selection but a result of physics. You have to account for vdroop on these boards by using highr voltage. Say for 4.0ghz you need 1.34v. Then you have to set for 1.4ghz in bios to account for vdroop which then makes the real voltage 1.34v.
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I had it at 5.0 (25 multi at 1.475vCore) I could run everything I threw at it, but it only lasted about 8-15 mins on OCCT, never had any problems playing the games, and I got more fps than anything lower, even 4.8,4.6 at the same volts. I used 3DMark Vantage and PCMark to test physics scores, which reflected higher results.

I knew about 1866 memory on the bulldozers being the highest supported, but I figured you could still use the higher speed profiles supported by the MB/Memory and be alright, turns out I was totally wrong on that one lol.

CPU runs at 1.32v with everything on auto and turbo off, @4ghz.

Right now it's at 4.8Ghz @ 1.44vCore with High LLC (130% Phase). Only thing that seems to stop me atm is the temps. I almost shat myself when I noticed what they were. Keep in mind the highest vCore this thing hit was 1.464 @ 5ghz, when I ran the windows performance index program, (wanted to see if I could get 7.9 as CPU is the only thing that's not, it's 7.8) during the CPU text, the cores hit a massive 78C. So I backed it down to 4.8.

Would you be in agreement that watercooling would help my situation (at the moment) more so than a 290x would?

If thats truly stable then you have a great chip indeed, Watercooling would help you most of all imo, you might be thermal throttling.

It takes me 1.53v to be stable at my 4.85Ghz settings, Might even look into Lapping it as well.

looks like you have a great LN2 chip, little volts but gets damn hot. So yes, anything you can do to bring those temps down is a must do, these chips are rated to 70c max btw so you need to do something.
 
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As it stands now, I'm getting max of 77% GPU usage in BF3, 35% in D3, 82% in ESO, 78% in Neverwinter, etc.

So I feel like having a better card isn't going to net me higher frames, Perhaps being able to put all the graphics on Max and maintain the same FPS. In the words of Oliver Twist. I want some more... FPS lol.

I think I need to get a different chip, I've had this thing at 78C before, hits 70C playing BF3. I've always wanted to go full custom watercooling, and I would only ever need to buy a new cpu block if I decided to go Intel in the future.. I just cant see myself spending thousands on a CPU for little gain..

I purchased all my fans (got 12 120mm Noiseblocker Eloops 2400rpm fans from PPC's), because I know that I will use the fans no matter what I choose to do. The current fans I have now came stock with the 750D and they have horrible vibration that's actually very annoying, I had to put the case on the floor as I could feel it in my hands lol.

something isn't right if you are only hitting 35% use in diablo, are you using Vsync + frame limiting? (worse thing blizzard did ever)

70%-99% gpu usage is what i get when i play d3 @ 1440p maxed out (reflections off as it only tanks frame rate) there are a few instances in act 3 that are bottle necking our CPUs that should drop the usage.,

is your OC stable? oh nvm... its not...
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