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I don't know what's up with that last test but it looks completely whacked. That must have been bugged, there's no way you got a 35ns latency with a Vischera core CPU. That's even better than my 4770K at 37ns


Different versions, Not whacked just with the newer things where updated to be more accurate.. look at the color scheme and version number
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Ok guys,

I see that you are all over-clocking using the CPU FSB with a low CPU Multiplier, can someone give me a short and simple advantage so I can understand why.

As a newbie I've been sticking to just the multiplier and altering the voltage to get stable, I haven't started to over-clock my ram and am just concentrating on a stable high over-clock.

Aida cache test1

I spent my time trying to increase my score in things like Cinebench as well as the usual benchmarks and if I can gain something in the games I play I would certainly have a go at changing the way I overclock.

cinebench 16-09


I know we newbies can be a nuisance but its thanks to you guys that I have managed to overclock past 5000.MHz at all.

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Ha , you got me, ver2 vs ver4 I see it now. Man I was like *** there's no effin way.biggrin.gif

@Mike, for me I think it's parly just a hold over from the old days before unlocked multis and it's just something I'm used to. Even now when benching there are many CPUs that can only be clocked this way. This also allows you to set specific ram/NB frequencies that are at the limit of what your system can do.
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Ok guys,

I see that you are all over-clocking using the CPU FSB with a low CPU Multiplier, can someone give me a short and simple advantage so I can understand why.

As a newbie I've been sticking to just the multiplier and altering the voltage to get stable, I haven't started to over-clock my ram and am just concentrating on a stable high over-clock.

Aida cache test1

I spent my time trying to increase my score in things like Cinebench as well as the usual benchmarks and if I can gain something in the games I play I would certainly have a go at changing the way I overclock.

cinebench 16-09


I know we newbies can be a nuisance but its thanks to you guys that I have managed to overclock past 5000.MHz at all.

Mike The Owl

Overclocking VIA FSB will clock all components on your motherboard when you bump it up.. the trick is that you need to make sure that everything stays in check within the voltage and check stability of everything when you do.. normally a bum of 20-30 FSB isn't going to cause instability unless its RAM thats causing the issue.

I prefer it the that way so you get the most optimization

When I clock I follow this:

Clock CPU as high as possible with thermal limits making sure stability, with Multi.. writw down voltages
Clock ram to a decent frequency (normally I go with as high as I can go per the latency) write that information down

set everything back and start adjusting the FSB as you know the 2 main components, make sure you keep HT and CPU/NB about the same until you know you are stable then you can play with bumping those up.

check balance adjust voltage check balance wash repeat
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Originally Posted by Mike The Owl View Post

Ok guys,

I see that you are all over-clocking using the CPU FSB with a low CPU Multiplier, can someone give me a short and simple advantage so I can understand why.

As a newbie I've been sticking to just the multiplier and altering the voltage to get stable, I haven't started to over-clock my ram and am just concentrating on a stable high over-clock. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Aida cache test1

I spent my time trying to increase my score in things like Cinebench as well as the usual benchmarks and if I can gain something in the games I play I would certainly have a go at changing the way I overclock. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
cinebench 16-09


I know we newbies can be a nuisance but its thanks to you guys that I have managed to overclock past 5000.MHz at all.

Mike The Owl

Hey dude

if u want a honest answer...get some new ram

im getting these this week

then my 1866 hyper beasts are up for sale smile.gif
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Hey dude

if u want a honest answer...get some new ram

im getting these this week

then my 1866 hyper beasts are up for sale smile.gif

Link me dem beast.. may have you ship to the US
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Hey dude

if u want a honest answer...get some new ram

im getting these this week

then my 1866 hyper beasts are up for sale smile.gif

Ah my favourite store CCL, those guys have been a bit fed up with me taking broken thing back lately, but never a quibble , "Bloody good service you chaps"
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Ah my favourite store CCL, those guys have been a bit fed up with me taking broken thing back lately, but never a quibble , "Bloody good service you chaps"

i done this for a few tings lol, i wasnt happy with advice really and was told alot of lies so they took en back

just gotta watch who u dealing with
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One example of Customer Service I'll use is EA.

EA help in the US sucks in my experience, very rare for me to get an issue sorted out with them

EA Denmark on the other hand is epic, very helpful and every time i called they fixed the problem within 2 hours.

Just because a company sells globally doesn't mean the Customer Service is the same standard everywhere, get what i mean?

And with 3Dmark i'm getting a time measurement error which is somewhat annoying but doesn't matter really.

I totally agree.
Myself I actually have pretty bad experience with Gigabyte Custom Service, and I am also from Holland.

Asus seems to be worse where we live compared to other countries.

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Yes i perfectly understand what you are revering to but to me that is unacceptable.

I mean, its kinda annoying that you have to send the defective part to Denmark in order to have proper service lol Thats like Phillips products that come from Holland and when i have to do an repair i have to send it to America in order to get the job done.

I had the same stuff with Asus Netherlands when my notebook breaks down every month orso. It took 8 weeks to get it back!!! 8 frecking weeks man! I filed an complaint and i had to send my other notebook back and within one week i had a new one witch were much better! Look, if people don't complain about issues like that they are never going to solve it.

It is sad, I agree. But it is also true.

Corsair is indeed my fav.

And like you said. I actually had my board(Gigabyte) sent to Germany for repairs which took about 5 weeks. And on top of that the problem wasen't solved when I got it back.

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I am with 4690K now guys, I've sold my FX8320.
Have fun, I am on Devil's Canyon owners thread smile.gif

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If it were me Gereti I would set the CL9 1333 profile for the ram timings then up the voltage to 1.6 or 1.65v and set them to 1600 and see if they'll work. If that goes well I would tweak them further . Ram tweaking takes a lot of patience and a seperate OS if you're looking for serious numbers. Crashing from ram can really mess up your operating system in a hurry. I would suggest if the 1600 works at CL9 , download AMD OD . It'll let you tweak ram in windows which is very convenient.

EDIT I just realized you have a mixed set of ram there and firstly you should use one or the other but if both are needed at least put them in the right slots. Put the G.Skill in slots 2 and 4 and the kingston in 1 and 3 then at least they have a chance of running dual channel. If it were me I'd get a decent 2x4Gb set of CL9 1866 G.Skills and sell the others. You might get lucky and they'll run together but sometimes it just causes problems.
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Another thing to add is what the rated voltage is for those, however.. a new set of RAM would be benificial.. you can pick up Tridents for 110 in the US at Cas 9 or 10 2133 which is LARGELY faster.

I see he is in Finland.. well I don't know the prices there

2x4gb 1866mhz/2133mhz/2400mhz pay's 80-85€, and i dont have those money so :/

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