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post #4121 of 67239
Love this chip!

passes 30 runs very high IBT and 8hrs of prime95
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ht/nb @ 2200 (i get cooler temps with less V by doing this. testing ht @ 2600 to see if it is worth it)
vcore in bios 1.431
vcore gets up to 1.44 under load
LLC @ very high
PLL @ default (have tried multiple settings from default to 2.695, has done nothing for me)
CPU NB @ 1.28
Edited by AWC5004 - 11/25/12 at 8:39am
post #4122 of 67239
I've had a batch 1236 and 1237 FX-8320. They both become voltage hogs around 4.6GHz. Maybe you got a 8350 that just barely passed the binning process. If it can hit turbo frequencies easily on stock voltage then they would have no reason to bin it as a 8320. Luck of the draw with the silicon lottery I suppose.
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Originally Posted by KyadCK View Post

Lets list off what you've said so far in this thread, since based on your response you meant to quote me.
You said the UD3 is not a good OCing board:
It has the best 8320 OC on the list.
You said Giga doesn't have as many LLC options as ASUS:
They both have 6.
You said HT is 2200:
The stock HT is 2600, and I proved it as such.
You have proven to not know what you are talking about time and again in this thread, doing little to no research. I do not care how old you are, I know 13 year olds on this forum that know more then you show to. If it takes one post with 3 links to prove you are wrong, I will do it. I will not waste my time helping someone who can't even look up the speed something runs at before incorrectly telling others what that value is. I spend enough time correcting your mistakes in this thread as to not confuse new people in it as it is.

So I was wrong, that still gives you know right to humiliate. Your a despicable human being.
post #4124 of 67239
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Batch 1236. This chip or maybe the board doesn't like FSB increase either but I haven't tried it at this voltage so I'll give it a try. I might just have to be satisfied with 4.917; runs cool and fast.

I'm also hitting a voltage wall with my chip once pushing/testing beyond 4.9Ghz.. My chip is a lower leak sample (stock-1.375v VID) and runs cool when testing but at ~5.0(+) speeds this sample really just seems to stop responding to voltage increases... When a plus .05v increase doesn't effectively stabilize a small ~100Mhz increase... it doesn't look promising. I'm thinking that ~4.9(+) may be the stabil limit for this one.

I've been folding/crunching so far for ~12+ hrs since yesterday evening at 4.9GHz DDR3-2088 8-10-10-25-1T:
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Got pretty lucky with my chip, 4.7@1.5V stock cooling, getting better cooling tommorow!
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I'm also hitting a voltage wall with my chip once pushing/testing beyond 4.9Ghz.. My chip is a lower leak sample (stock-1.375v VID) and runs cool when testing but at ~5.0(+) speeds this sample really just seems to stop responding to voltage increases... When a plus .05v increase doesn't effectively stabilize a small ~100Mhz increase... it doesn't look promising. I'm thinking that ~4.9(+) may be the stabil limit for this one.
I've been folding/crunching so far for ~12+ hrs since yesterday evening at 4.9GHz DDR3-2088 8-10-10-25-1T:
th_FX-835049GHzRosettaload.png
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I see you have a couple sticks of RAM there, lol.
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Got pretty lucky with my chip, 4.7@1.5V stock cooling, getting better cooling tommorow!

1.5v on stock cooling? Your chip might be the first one to die. Don't worry we'll hold a beautiful funeral for your chip.
post #4127 of 67239
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1.5v on stock cooling? Your chip might be the first one to die. Don't worry we'll hold a beautiful funeral for your chip.

Yea, I was cutting it pretty close, was at 70°C at some point, but I'm done with benchmarking for today and I should be getting hyper 212 evo tommorow, so no funeral just yet. tongue.gif


Edited by adroit - 11/25/12 at 9:27am
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Those temps are alright. Ive read and been told you can go to 62c on the core. its what I aim for anyhow.
Whats your clock speed at those temps? and what cooler are you using.
Ive not played with the HT NB settings so i cannot tell you what the difference in performance is.

I'm currently at 4.2 / 1.4 vcore (which is stock vid) and the coler is ZeroTherm FZ-120.
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Yea, I was cutting it pretty close, was at 70°C at some point, but I'm done with benchmarking for today and I should be getting hyper 212 evo tommorow, so no funeral just yet. tongue.gif

How old is your PSU? I had an old PSU in my old rig and it felt like I could just keep throwing vcore at it and temps wouldn't go anywhere. It reported as 1.52v but even on air it would only stay in 70s under load (it was an Intel i7 920).

I went to leak test my water loop with it and the PSU wouldn't even provide enough power for the pump to run. It made a goofy sound and stopped pumping after about a minute. I thought the kit was bad so I switched to the new PSU and it worked perfectly.

I think you may be having the same problem I was having. You might be giving it 1.5v but you're not giving it the amperage it needs, and I don't know if any way to detect amperage. That's just a theory, though.
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post #4130 of 67239
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Question: I've seen people saying that on PD you need to have the HT linked to the NB. That's the NB and not the CPU-NB, right? So if the HT is stock at 2600, the NB should also be at 2600? Also, did anyone try to bench with the HT at lower speed such as 2400 or 2200 and see what kind of performance hit it would take?

And the second one: I'm interested in knowing what temps other people are getting (on air) with both Core and Socket. I'd like to know if my 52-54C core and 62-64C socket are OK or should i do something about it. Perhaps if there's any room for a bit more.

Thanks!

Na, more NB speed doesn't help much if at all, and dropping HT to 2200 just hurts. Keeping them both at stock is fine, although you may be required to raise them if you use FSB overclocking.

And yes, I have:
HT @ 2200: http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/4739310
HT @ 2600: http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/4941255

Those temps are just fine too.
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