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Originally Posted by KyadCK View Post

All UD* boards this gen have 8+2 phase.
All the D and DS boards have 4+1 phase.
I love that all this information is tracked.

i been though this thread also. i looked really hard at the gigabyte boards because they had a high phase design. but thx for posting a useful link up there for me.


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Originally Posted by KyadCK View Post

All UD* boards this gen have 8+2 phase.
All the D and DS boards have 4+1 phase.
I love that all this information is tracked.

i been though this thread also. i looked really hard at the gigabyte boards because they had a high phase design. but thx for posting a useful link up there for me.


sadly there is no micro center near me.

It's a really really useful list. I wish we had one for Intel too.
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It's a really really useful list. I wish we had one for Intel too.

Maybe we could talk Raven (or whoever is maintaining the thread now) to add a power phase column to the OC's. would be nice to see the relationship between the higher OC's and number of phases.
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It's a really really useful list. I wish we had one for Intel too.

Maybe we could talk Raven (or whoever is maintaining the thread now) to add a power phase column to the OC's. would be nice to see the relationship between the higher OC's and number of phases.

Pretty sure the thread and list are on auto-pilot now, haven't even seen Raven in the "viewing" list recently.
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I'm at work, what are you guys doin up at this ungodly hour??? tongue.gif
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I am wondering after seeing all of these " I think I have a bad _____ insert components" if every one ids looking at the basic checklist for a good overclock potential.
1) Good quality PSU (you may want to look yours up (review) and look at the ripple % at the different load levels
2) quality MB with LLC or digital power
3) Make sure you have enough PSU ( by this I mean that an heavily OC 83XX uses a bunch of juice (up to 300w +) make sure you have enough and lack of w/A is not shutting things down, or heating the PSU up. You push a 83xx with a big GPU and a 650w PSU is pushing up against it limits in a hurry. If your PSU is not top notch, even sooner.
4) having all the energy saving features shut off while finding OC limit
5) Your thermal limit is not set too low in BIOS. I just was working with a guy who found that the thermal limit was set for 60c in BIOS
6) Some people are missing the APM setting in BIOS
7) very good cooling needed for around 4.6 and above (depending on voltage needed for an individual chip) but to get to 5.0GHz + the vast majority will need at the minimum the likes of H-100(i) or a custom or semi custom loop.
In the last three days I have been PM'd a few times for help and one or more of the above has been the culprit. so I thought I would share. thumb.gif

Red1776, thanks for the overclocking refresher tips.

Is your UD7 a 1.0 or later revision? I take it that it has LLC, right? Just asking because, after wrestling with another Asus board to overclock my graphics card, I've given up and decided to get a Gigabyte mobo. I want the UD7, but just have to make sure of the revisions and there differences.
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Originally Posted by Red1776 View Post

I am wondering after seeing all of these " I think I have a bad _____ insert components" if every one ids looking at the basic checklist for a good overclock potential.
1) Good quality PSU (you may want to look yours up (review) and look at the ripple % at the different load levels
2) quality MB with LLC or digital power
3) Make sure you have enough PSU ( by this I mean that an heavily OC 83XX uses a bunch of juice (up to 300w +) make sure you have enough and lack of w/A is not shutting things down, or heating the PSU up. You push a 83xx with a big GPU and a 650w PSU is pushing up against it limits in a hurry. If your PSU is not top notch, even sooner.
4) having all the energy saving features shut off while finding OC limit
5) Your thermal limit is not set too low in BIOS. I just was working with a guy who found that the thermal limit was set for 60c in BIOS
6) Some people are missing the APM setting in BIOS
7) very good cooling needed for around 4.6 and above (depending on voltage needed for an individual chip) but to get to 5.0GHz + the vast majority will need at the minimum the likes of H-100(i) or a custom or semi custom loop.
In the last three days I have been PM'd a few times for help and one or more of the above has been the culprit. so I thought I would share. thumb.gif

Red1776, thanks for the overclocking refresher tips.

Is your UD7 a 1.0 or later revision? I take it that it has LLC, right? Just asking because, after wrestling with another Asus board to overclock my graphics card, I've given up and decided to get a Gigabyte mobo. I want the UD7, but just have to make sure of the revisions and there differences.

1.0 does not have LLC.

1.1 does.
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I just finished running prime95 for 2hrs and now I was able to check the LLC option, I just found it weird to be on the advance option along with the CnQ feature, stupid me for not noticing that at all lol. now I got a bit more option on running my voltages. thanks again to both of you red and stick. +rep!

What revision is your UD5 motherboard? I can get a Gigabyte 990FXA-UD5 locally, but it's a Rev. 1.0. I'm afraid it won't have LLC.

Thanks in advance.
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I'm at work, what are you guys doin up at this ungodly hour??? tongue.gif

I'm up because I just got woken up by a migrane.

Reading the forum while the pain-killers kick in because I'm going to throw in the towel on Asus boards, as they just won't cooperate with my Gigabyte 7950 board. Even when I run the card using the factory bios, this Asus M5A99FX Rev. 2.0 board refuses to run this card just modestly overclocked @1000MHz core. I keep getting crashes in Diablo 3 eyefinity. Meanwhile, my old Gigabyte 790X motherboard runs this graphics card without a hiccup using a flashed 7970 bios@1000MHz core and 1375MHz memory speed. It's a damn shame, really, as this M5A99FX really has a lot going for it. It's only $155, it has Digi+ power, it has a nice 2x16 slot layout with two slots in between for crossfire, it has a decent heatsink on the northbridge and VRMs, with a heat pipe. It lacks core unlocking capability for my Phenom II X2 550BE, but I was willing to let that go, since I'm planning to throw my FX-8350 into it (if it ever arrives - it's been nearly a full week since I ordered it from DirectCanada).

So in the end, because of my graphics card, I'm going back to Gigabyte for my motherboard. Now to figure out which 990FXA Gigabyte to get!
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On a side note, seeing you guy's 4.9GHz clocks at 1.43v on the FX-8350 DOES NOT MAKE ME HAPPY!!! I AM SO JELLY!!!

Same here frown.gif

In other news, I somehow managed to corrupt my OS installation while OCing and trying out new BIOSs. First time EVER! Lol:o:p
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