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Hey guys. Increasing my NB Frequency from 2.200MHz to 2.400MHz gave me 100 more points in 3DMark 11. Can anyone that feels for it explain in short how and why tongue.gif Tho, if I get it to 2600MHz, the Windows logon screen is fked up and artifacts all over the place..

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Higher CPU/NB increased system performance if done the right way. You need to add more volts to the CPU/NB in order to work properly tho.
I have set mine to 2600 with 1.3v in bios and have no problems. I did it because Windows 7 feels a lot more snappy with higher value.
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Higher CPU/NB increased system performance if done the right way. You need to add more volts to the CPU/NB in order to work properly tho.
I have set mine to 2600 with 1.3v in bios and have no problems. I did it because Windows 7 feels a lot more snappy with higher value.
Yes ofcourse more voltage is required. I have my CPU/NB voltage at 1.22v.

What CPU and MoBo do u got? Cuz over 1.25v is marked in yellow in BIOS. If u got the same cpu, I might try with 2600 aswell smile.gif
    
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Yes ofcourse more voltage is required. I have my CPU/NB voltage at 1.22v.

What CPU and MoBo do u got? Cuz over 1.25v is marked in yellow in BIOS. If u got the same cpu, I might try with 2600 aswell smile.gif

I have 8350 and the same board as you do.

My yellow line starts over 1.3v in bios. Do note that more volts create more heat to the CPU.
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Hey guys. Increasing my NB Frequency from 2.200MHz to 2.400MHz gave me 100 more points in 3DMark 11. Can anyone that feels for it explain in short how and why tongue.gif Tho, if I get it to 2600MHz, the Windows logon screen is fked up and artifacts all over the place..

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CPU-NB is the FX's Memory Controller. The higher it goes, the faster the memory controller communicates with the memory. But it also adds heat to your CPU. (Socket on mine)

You will notice much benefit from it Overclocked when you are running your Memory at 2133 and up. In fact running 2400 MHz memory need your CPU-NB to be at least 2400 MHz.

One thing to note though. Overclockability of the CPU-NB is Chip and Mobo dependent. More on the Chip actually.
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I have 8350 and the same board as you do.

My yellow line starts over 1.3v in bios. Do note that more volts create more heat to the CPU.
Ah well, I have the FX-8320, and CPU and cpu/nb voltage is defined by CPU.

And what the heck... I just found out that the default voltage for a FX-8320 is 1.4xxv.. I have 1.38 with 4.5GHz, lol... How is that possible?
I have no issues with heat anywhere in my rig. Socket temp when surfing is 37C. In Prime95 it exceeds 60C pretty fast, but what game demands as much as Prime95, lol...

What's the "max voltage" on 8320? I dont want to fry it cuz of the voltage, lol..
    
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1.38v for 4.4ghz is actually pretty good IMO.
And I don't get it. Do spend over 200 on a motherboard but skimp on the cooler? Hmmm.

Go safe money for that custom loop.

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I didn't spend 200 on the board, I spent 150 as it was second hand and I bought this H70 four years ago, when it was first released. Wish I hadn't believed those ridiculous reviews and bought an NH-D14 instead, wouldn't be looking for a new cooler.

I've actually had to lower the speed back to 4.3, the CPU isn't entirely stable at 1.38. It quickly goes to 75C with the socket at 70 which causes prime to fail four threads. OCCT is more stable but still produces massive amounts of heat.
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Higher CPU/NB increased system performance if done the right way. You need to add more volts to the CPU/NB in order to work properly tho.
I have set mine to 2600 with 1.3v in bios and have no problems. I did it because Windows 7 feels a lot more snappy with higher value.
Yes ofcourse more voltage is required. I have my CPU/NB voltage at 1.22v.

What CPU and MoBo do u got? Cuz over 1.25v is marked in yellow in BIOS. If u got the same cpu, I might try with 2600 aswell smile.gif

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Originally Posted by hurricane28 View Post

I have 8350 and the same board as you do.

My yellow line starts over 1.3v in bios. Do note that more volts create more heat to the CPU.
Ah well, I have the FX-8320, and CPU and cpu/nb voltage is defined by CPU.

And what the heck... I just found out that the default voltage for a FX-8320 is 1.4xxv.. I have 1.38 with 4.5GHz, lol... How is that possible?
I have no issues with heat anywhere in my rig. Socket temp when surfing is 37C. In Prime95 it exceeds 60C pretty fast, but what game demands as much as Prime95, lol...

What's the "max voltage" on 8320? I dont want to fry it cuz of the voltage, lol..
first watch your language you will get the mods attention.

second, pay no attention to what the colors of the volts are in bios

i have pushed 1.55 -1.6+ cpu/nb without issue
and actively run ~ 1.4 24/7 without issue.

1.4 is default for turbo on.

you would have to turn off turbo for default vid

some asus bios also use 1.4 for cpu/nb most chips will be fine with 1.2-1.3

dont worry about max volts, worry about keeping the chip cool and you will be fine


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See guys what I had planned to do was buy a whole bunch of blue Bitfenix Alchemy sleeved extentions for my ATX 24pin, ATX12V, and my PCI-E cables so that I can get the sleeved look going but will Bitfenix suffer the same problem as the NZXT extention I used? Or should I just buy sleeved cables for my modular supply. Only problem is my ATX 24 pin. Isn't a modular cable like the rest can I use an extention on the ATX 24 pin.[/quote]
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So guys I decided to put a new plastic plug on my PSU plug. The metal pin things are a bit charred. But i see no no other damage. Is this ok?

See guys what I had planned to do was buy a whole bunch of blue Bitfenix Alchemy sleeved extentions for my ATX 24pin, ATX12V, and my PCI-E cables so that I can get the sleeved look going but will Bitfenix suffer the same problem as the NZXT extention I used? Or should I just buy sleeved cables for my modular supply. Only problem is my ATX 24 pin. Isn't a modular cable like the rest can I use an extention on the ATX 24 pin.
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Ah well, I have the FX-8320, and CPU and cpu/nb voltage is defined by CPU.

And what the heck... I just found out that the default voltage for a FX-8320 is 1.4xxv.. I have 1.38 with 4.5GHz, lol... How is that possible?
I have no issues with heat anywhere in my rig. Socket temp when surfing is 37C. In Prime95 it exceeds 60C pretty fast, but what game demands as much as Prime95, lol...

What's the "max voltage" on 8320? I dont want to fry it cuz of the voltage, lol..

It's all been said above.

Higher cpu-nb increases memory bandwidth but is (IMO) only handy when you have ram above 2133 like mus1mus said.

Is that chip stable? 4.5 @ 1.38v.
Prime stable?
    
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See guys what I had planned to do was buy a whole bunch of blue Bitfenix Alchemy sleeved extentions for my ATX 24pin, ATX12V, and my PCI-E cables so that I can get the sleeved look going but will Bitfenix suffer the same problem as the NZXT extention I used? Or should I just buy sleeved cables for my modular supply. Only problem is my ATX 24 pin. Isn't a modular cable like the rest can I use an extention on the ATX 24 pin.

It's all been said above.

Higher cpu-nb increases memory bandwidth but is (IMO) only handy when you have ram above 2133 like mus1mus said.

Is that chip stable? 4.5 @ 1.38v.
Prime stable?[/quote]
At 4.5 its very stable. And I dont do Prime95 more than ~10minutes to check "the overall stability". But yes, it managed 10minutes fine, lol.

Regarding this OC, 4.7 @ 1.45v, its most likely not stable in P95, and I'd rather skip that aswell. The temps are getting 57-59C in BF4, so I could imagine in P95 ^^
But my 4.7 is "Fire-Strike Extreme" stable tongue.gif Aswell with BF4. So its stable for me.
    
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