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I've been having trouble getting my 2nd chip to run stable at 4.7 and 4.8Ghz clocks stable on prime95, temps isn't an issue as at 4.6Ghz my socket temp is maxing out at 55C average of 51C during a 4hr run of prime95. but with 4.7Ghz it gets the "Illegal sumout" error between 1st and 3rd hour of running prime95 randomly. tried different settings on multiplier/fsb and voltages on cpu core, cpu/nb and cpu pll, as well as the nb voltage.

My settings on 4.6Ghz stable as follows,

core voltage = 1.45 (Extreme LLC)
cpu/nb = 1.250v
cpu pll = normal (2.500v)
ht = normal voltage, 2400Mhz
DRAM = normal settings at 1792Mhz stock voltage (1.5V)



K8 and APM is off, using a UD5 board. I can run everything else even at 5Ghz ok w/o errors or signs of unstability except for prime95 which gives me the illegal sumout error.
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Whoever said Prime 95 is unstable on Vishera due to old code must be a moron. I never believed it, and I have gone from being stable for only 2 seconds to stable for 21 hours with Prime 95.

For my own personal setup, this took just changing one key setting in the end. Changing the NB voltage from stock 1.1v to 1.2v, which took care of the memory errors with memtest and with longer term Prime 95 run failures.

Also keeping the CPU at stock auto voltage and surrounding auto settings were all not touched (allowing v-droop), although power saving options were all disabled. Small overclock from 3.5GHz to 4GHz was applied.

No more freezing or failures, still running Prime 95 while typing at 21 hours and counting.


Edited by erase - 11/19/12 at 11:56pm
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Ok is there really a difference between rev 1 and rev 2 sabertooth? Besides 2x sata ports and a different controller? Tbh im not worried about usb 3.0 by the time i use them there will be a sockt change. Anything special as in hardware or is it just bios flash boom?

rev2 has official Win8 support, and asus seems to be more keen on keeping up with bios updates on rev2's instead of rev1's.

However rev1 may run just peachy on these, but if the rev1 is same price as rev2, go with a rev2. (yes it pretty much is just a addon sata controller change and official win8 support, maybe 2 more usb3 ports?)
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Originally Posted by FX-8320 View Post

Whoever said Prime 95 is unstable on Vishera due to old code must be a moron. I never believed it, and I have gone from being unstable for 2 seconds to stable for 21 hours Prime 95 stable.

For my own personal setup, this took just changing one key setting in the end. Changing the NB voltage from stock 1.1v to 1.2v, which took care of the memory errors with memtest and with Prime 95 failures.

The stock auto voltage and all surrounding auto settings were not touched (allowing some v-droop), although power saving options were all disabled. Small overclock from 3.5GHz to 4GHz was applied.

No more freezing or failures, still running Prime 95 while typing at 21 hours and counting.


going from 3.5 to 4 is hardly an overclock. i can do that on stock voltage and not changing any settings. its when you get up around 4.5-4.7 that problems arise
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Originally Posted by FX-8320 View Post

Whoever said Prime 95 is unstable on Vishera due to old code must be a moron. I never believed it, and I have gone from being stable for only 2 seconds to stable for 21 hours with Prime 95.
For my own personal setup, this took just changing one key setting in the end. Changing the NB voltage from stock 1.1v to 1.2v, which took care of the memory errors with memtest and with Prime 95 failures.
Also keeping the CPU at stock auto voltage and surrounding auto settings were all not touched (allowing v-droop), although power saving options were all disabled. Small overclock from 3.5GHz to 4GHz was applied.
No more freezing or failures, still running Prime 95 while typing at 21 hours and counting.

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going from 3.5 to 4 is hardly an overclock. i can do that on stock voltage and not changing any settings. its when you get up around 4.5-4.7 that problems arise


As solders said, 4Ghz for a 8320 isn't even gonna break a sweat, its when you hit 4.5-4.7Ghz on 8320 and 4.7ghz+ on 8350 is when prime95 would start to show the illegal sumout error, and no we do not need you trying to act big and tryna belittle others here.


and another note on the problems that I am seeing with my unstability starting at 4.7Ghz, during idle at any clocks above 4.6Ghz (4.7ghz+) idle, my volt would go as high as 1.55v, but when I start putting load on it the voltage would go down as low as 1.488v and plays around 1.488 and 1.504v and never goes over that anymore. is there anything that causing this? am I missing something on the BIOS set-up? I've set the K8 and APM off, even the motherboard's own thermal control is off. I cant think of anything else that would be causing that.
Edited by Sazz - 11/19/12 at 11:59pm
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As solders said, 4Ghz for a 8320 isn't even gonna break a sweat, its when you hit 4.5-4.7Ghz on 8320 and 4.7ghz+ on 8350 is when prime95 would start to show the illegal sumout error, and no we do not need you trying to act big and tryna belittle others here.

What Sazz and Solders said. Besides if you read the version changelogs for P95 you would see that it is littered with "Bug Fixes" and optimizations for SB and IB cpu's If there is not potentially a problem with compatible code with the Vishera (and there has been no update for it) why are there so may "bug fixes"
It is more plausible than possible that since IB and SB have been patched and bugs worked out for them, and not yet for Vishera that there is a compatibility issue. why you need to come in here and declare folks "morons" is rather puerile.
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Whoever said Prime 95 is unstable on Vishera due to old code must be a moron. I never believed it, and I have gone from being unstable for 2 seconds to stable for 21 hours Prime 95 stable.

For my own personal setup, this took just changing one key setting in the end. Changing the NB voltage from stock 1.1v to 1.2v, which took care of the memory errors with memtest and with Prime 95 failures.

The stock auto voltage and all surrounding auto settings were not touched (allowing some v-droop), although power saving options were all disabled. Small overclock from 3.5GHz to 4GHz was applied.

No more freezing or failures, still running Prime 95 while typing at 21 hours and counting.


going from 3.5 to 4 is hardly an overclock. i can do that on stock voltage and not changing any settings. its when you get up around 4.5-4.7 that problems arise

Considering we have several people where Prime will lock the system at stock everything...

He really wants to prove it's all our chips and not prime, for no reason at all.
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As solders said, 4Ghz for a 8320 isn't even gonna break a sweat, its when you hit 4.5-4.7Ghz on 8320 and 4.7ghz+ on 8350 is when prime95 would start to show the illegal sumout error, and no we do not need you trying to act big and tryna belittle others here.

What Sazz and Solders said. Besides if you read the version changelogs for P95 you would see that it is littered with "Bug Fixes" and optimizations for SB and IB cpu's If there is not potentially a problem with compatible code with the Vishera (and there has been no update for it) why are there so may "bug fixes"
It is more plausible than possible that since IB and SB have been patched and bugs worked out for them, and not yet for Vishera that there is a compatibility issue. why you need to come in here and declare folks "morons" is rather puerile.

Because that is what people who can't troubleshoot problems do.
Edited by KyadCK - 11/20/12 at 12:09am
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Whoever said Prime 95 is unstable on Vishera due to old code must be a moron. I never believed it, and I have gone from being unstable for 2 seconds to stable for 21 hours Prime 95 stable.

For my own personal setup, this took just changing one key setting in the end. Changing the NB voltage from stock 1.1v to 1.2v, which took care of the memory errors with memtest and with Prime 95 failures.

The stock auto voltage and all surrounding auto settings were not touched (allowing some v-droop), although power saving options were all disabled. Small overclock from 3.5GHz to 4GHz was applied.

No more freezing or failures, still running Prime 95 while typing at 21 hours and counting.


going from 3.5 to 4 is hardly an overclock. i can do that on stock voltage and not changing any settings. its when you get up around 4.5-4.7 that problems arise

Considering we have several people where Prime will lock the system at stock everything...

He really wants to prove it's all our chips and not prime, for no reason at all.

makes sense that it is thousands of chips and not an old program... thumb.gif
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makes sense that it is thousands of chips and not an old program... thumb.gif

More than anything, I am surprised no one has written anything new in all these years, just same old same old or linpak Intel optimized.
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makes sense that it is thousands of chips and not an old program... thumb.gif


I tried IBT as well and it fails right after 2nd or 3rd pass on maximum stress settings.
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