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The 1.55v comes from AMD
Now the obvious part:
The obvious warranty void, and you need to have the cooling to go with it.

I mean no disrespect because I think you're a cool guy and all, but AMD has said 1.55v for 90nm and 32nm. That makes absolutely no sense at all. I thought every node shrink was supposed to be a .1v decrease in max vcore.

Part of what I'm getting at is I'm curious if anyone is interested in seeing if running higher voltage than 1.55v makes a huge difference or not with degradation. I don't care about warranty. The way I see it is that I have the money to buy a new one and AMD could probably use some money. Anyways, FX 8350 is $199 at NCIXUS, no more newegg tax. http://us.ncix.com/products/?sku=76932&vpn=FD8350FRHKBOX&manufacture=AMD

There we go. Wanna save AMD? Everyone buys 2. One for suicide, one for general use.
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I mean no disrespect because I think you're a cool guy and all, but AMD has said 1.55v for 90nm and 32nm. That makes absolutely no sense at all. I thought every node shrink was supposed to be a .1v decrease in max vcore.
Part of what I'm getting at is I'm curious if anyone is interested in seeing if running higher voltage than 1.55v makes a huge difference or not with degradation. I don't care about warranty. The way I see it is that I have the money to buy a new one and AMD could probably use some money. Anyways, FX 8350 is $199 at NCIXUS, no more newegg tax. http://us.ncix.com/products/?sku=76932&vpn=FD8350FRHKBOX&manufacture=AMD

Could be due to changes in the way manufacturing processes are developed since the days of 90nm. Smaller doesn't necessarily mean more fragile. For instance, Ivy Bridge is far tougher and less prone to degradation than Sandy Bridge. Although I'd never want to run 1.55v, it seems like up to 1.5v is reasonably safe unless you're looking to keep it for 5+ years.
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I have had my 8350 @ 1.68v on the UD7 rev 1.0, if it caused issues i haven't noticed, tbh I'm getting better clocks on the UD3 with LLC
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Hey guys, I'm still twiddling with the various settings in my BIOS, but I wanted to check in and see if anyone knows what the best frequency achieved so far on the FX8350 without crossing Vcore = 1.5V.

Or, well, if 1.5V is too high, tell me now biggrin.gif

Anyway, I'm running @ 5.2GHz on air right now. It's pretty stable, and temps are not an issue yet- I don't think I've gone past 50C in single-threaded loads- so I wanna try and go faster. Still twiddling with DIGI+ and such, but it would be great to know what others have achieved! thumb.gif

(It's probably in this thread somewhere, but this thread is approaching 400 pages...)
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1.5v is fine, if anything it's pretty low for 5.2ghz have you done any proper stress testing?
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What would be a better move? Crosshair V Formula-Z and 8320 or Sabertooth 2.0 and 8350? I'm leaning towards the Sabertooth because it comes with free RAM.
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What would be a better move? Crosshair V Formula-Z and 8320 or Sabertooth 2.0 and 8350? I'm leaning towards the Sabertooth because it comes with free RAM.

Not had any experience with those boards so cant say, but what i can say is go with the 8350 rather than 8320 if budget isnt an issue. Better vcore for the same overclocks and less heat smile.gif
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sabertooth with free RAM and an 8350 in my opinion.... an 8320 won't clock as high as an 8350 no matter what, especially at the same voltage but as long as your board is good (like the R2.0) you should be able to get pretty far, free ram would seal the deal for me
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What would be a better move? Crosshair V Formula-Z and 8320 or Sabertooth 2.0 and 8350? I'm leaning towards the Sabertooth because it comes with free RAM.

Sabertooth + 8350 + Free Ram -> Hell Yes
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There we go. Wanna save AMD? Everyone buys 2. One for suicide, one for general use.

This is OCN - suicide IS general use tongue.gif
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