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I agree, I'm lucky to have a good chip and can get over 5GHz with a H80i, but there are guys here who struggle with custom water loops. I think its the luck of the draw.
No doubt you won the silicone lottery on that cpu, my temps are good, but it takes an Xspc 750 rx 360 to keep them in check at 4.715Ghz
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If that doesnt work try raising cpunb a bump or to voltage wise..

Apologies for the delay biggrin.gif

I bumped the ram voltage to 1.67, which seemed to make the PC freeze, rather than a prime worker stopping which is what happened last time I tried.

I then bumped the cpunb up a bit too, from 1.35 to 1.4 but no dice. Then I went to 1.45 just for the heck of it and still no go.

Am going to fiddle about with it now, but any further ideas appreciated.

Got a Carbide 540 case on order for the weekend so will hopefully bring my general temps down and I can push a bit more out of the chip. Maybe. I'm too scared to let her go over 60C biggrin.gif
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Apologies for the delay biggrin.gif

I bumped the ram voltage to 1.67, which seemed to make the PC freeze, rather than a prime worker stopping which is what happened last time I tried.

I then bumped the cpunb up a bit too, from 1.35 to 1.4 but no dice. Then I went to 1.45 just for the heck of it and still no go.

Am going to fiddle about with it now, but any further ideas appreciated.

Got a Carbide 540 case on order for the weekend so will hopefully bring my general temps down and I can push a bit more out of the chip. Maybe. I'm too scared to let her go over 60C biggrin.gif

First will you please go to the rig builder and add your rig so we can see what you have especially in this thread things move fast, also a run down again on the voltages your CPU clock ram and ram clock is it stock or overclocked.. (its just been a wile.) do you have fans what is the rated speed..
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yeah, as stated in the post I was waiting on a cooler morning for testing... been unusually warm and trying to not run the A/C to much... just doesn't seem fair to have to run the A/C in October lol... so yeah its not fully tested yet.... I'm running a test now.... don't have much time so I don't think I'll give it the full 10 runs, but maybe it'll be enough for you for now. lol ... maybe later I'll get to doing the full 10, but even while running this I was already getting this post ready and doing a myriad of other tasks... anyway, it isn't much, but at least it shows something... and btw... I'll re-state as I already have... this OC isn't fully tested... but is proving promising : )

you'll notice the vcore in the capture is showing as 1.464.... that's due to the Ultra high LLC pushing it slightly above the bios set 1.44.... so yeah... probably wouldn't be even remotely stable if it weren't for that lol

Not really no.
I am curious if it is stable, so longer test(without using the pc) should be needed.
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No 5.3 was not stable at all.... Was just pushing it to see how high it would go..

Oh ok.
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Your graphics score seem low.

Use CCC 14.9 or 14.9.1, OC the Card, and shoot for 9500+.. tongue.gif
Temp delta is the difference between your ambient temp and water temp.

Less = Better. You'd want it to be as low as possible (performance in mind) tongue.gif
Equates to Rad space and Fan effectiveness.

Yeah, I should have said what I do know about it.

I know what Delta is.
But I don't get it how people calculate theirs....
Does one need a water temp sensor for it? Or does it has something to do with difference in ambient and cpu temp?
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Negative results are not stable

Didn't notice that.
So true.

I mostly also look for big differences in the scores to see if I need more volts.
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someone update title we have now fx-8320e fx-8370 and fx-8370e vishera too

Make your own Thread.

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I know what Delta is.
But I don't get it how people calculate theirs....
Does one need a water temp sensor for it? Or does it has something to do with difference in ambient and cpu temp?

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DT is the foundation of your water cooling loop. The better your DT, the cooler your chips are. In water cooling, DT is simply the difference between the ambient air temperature and the water temperature on the outgoing side of the radiator. Room temperature vs. water temperature: that’s it. You can’t remove all the heat – no system is 100% efficient, nor can you go below ambient room temperature.
SO technically , yes you need to know the temp of your water when it leaves the radiator. Some people have put a thermometer on or in their resevoirs as well. Although I diagree with last sentence above since my delta is quite often -30c+ from ambient room temps.
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First will you please go to the rig builder and add your rig so we can see what you have especially in this thread things move fast, also a run down again on the voltages your CPU clock ram and ram clock is it stock or overclocked.. (its just been a wile.) do you have fans what is the rated speed..

I know, apologies. I meant to get back to this the night after I posted and well, you know.

Anyway, rigbuilder completed

CPU voltage = 1.46850
CPUNB voltage = 1.3750
CPU speed = 4.8Ghz @ 24 x 200 (Prime95 stable, no more than 60C on the core or packet temp)

RAM voltage (@2133Mhz) = 1.6550; 10-12-12-31-2N timings

NB & HT = 2600Mhz
NB voltage = 1.2

I just took the RAM all the way up to 1.85v (in increments) and I thought it was a bit more stable around 1.75 but no, it's not. I wish I'd RMA'd it now as it looks like really crappy RAM. Seen some poor reviews too. I only bought it because it was on the QVL list for the motherboard! GRRR.
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I know, apologies. I meant to get back to this the night after I posted and well, you know.

Anyway, rigbuilder completed

CPU voltage = 1.46850
CPUNB voltage = 1.3750
CPU speed = 4.8Ghz @ 24 x 200 (Prime95 stable, no more than 60C on the core or packet temp)

RAM voltage (@2133Mhz) = 1.6550; 10-12-12-31-2N timings

NB & HT = 2600Mhz
NB voltage = 1.2

I just took the RAM all the way up to 1.85v (in increments) and I thought it was a bit more stable around 1.75 but no, it's not. I wish I'd RMA'd it now as it looks like really crappy RAM. Seen some poor reviews too. I only bought it because it was on the QVL list for the motherboard! GRRR.

Ok, what do you have set in the Digi options, and Dram timings and Dram control (iirc) they, also do you have turbo enabled?

just take screen shots in the BIOS and post you can do that by pressing f12 and saving to a flash drive, your system is very similar to mine so we should be able to figure this out, there are also a few other users that have lots of experience with that board I have the sabertooth which is the one step down from that.

I am seeing that the timings that you provided are for the 2400 kit and not the 2133 kit. the 2133 kit is Timing 9-11-11-31 if you have the 2133 kit that could be yoru issue as the sub timings may not changed, unless you are overclocking the ram to 2400 and trying to match the timings of the 2400 kits, which may not work for the ram IC's that you have./
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Sorry to have confused things - I have the 2400 kit, but I'm running it at 2133 at the moment, with the 2400 timings. I want to get it to 2400 though!

Thanks for the help so far, I'll go take some BIOS screenshots now and come back to you!
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Just had a look at your stuff there mooter. 4x4gig of 2400 is a big pill for the FX to swallow. You may need to get the CPU_NB up over 1.4 but I would start with the CPU V_Core. 1.46 seems low to me for most FX at 4.8 and adding that much high speed ram is going to require more.
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is it possible/safe to reflash older versions of bios?
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