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I have a G43 sitting behind me that i've never booted up rolleyes.gif

never had a reason to actually, looks like i might have a CVF-Z on the way so this board will become my dedicated benching board for my AM3 chips biggrin.gif

sounds like fun... I have ideas in my head of getting a phase change cooler here and a CVF-Z for play time... but I don't see that kind of cash in my future lol..

Oh man, Phase change would be nice but i don't have the cash to splash out on that, I'm actually getting some gear given to me so i'm going to do a new build and transfer a few parts from this one over but most of it will become something for me to play around with ( i have a few AM3+ chips to mess about with tongue.gif )
 
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I wholeheartedly agree! I once had a MSI 970A-G45 that I tried to overclock an 8150 on... it actually did quite well.... till it burnt... managed to get 5ghz "turbo" and 4.5 base to run... never tested it though as I knew the board wouldn't hold up.... well one day I forgot to downclock after playing around with some random attempt.... and it came on automatically at night... and burnt lol... oh well... took my cpu with it... that's when I went and got my saberkitty... no problems since...

Well, there is a reason why the Sabertooth costs twice the 970 extreme3... Unfortunately, the 970extreme3 was launched together with Bulldozer launch and users were over-optimistic about it. If you visit many european enthusiast fora, it was no1 recommendation for someone who wanted "budget motherboard to game on". Users would say "it's a fine board, i am at 4.4Ghz, i am at 4.5", "it's 4+1 but good quality". The same people, if you visit the same fora today, recommend to stay away from it, because in the meantime, they 've learnt more about FX and power demands... But, it was selling a LOT. It was the best bang for buck 970 motherboard, packed with features. Here in some online shops that show realtime availability in numbers, you could see their numbers decline by double digits in a few days. It was like "assault on 970extreme3". Even in the US, i remember it had 4 out of 5 stars in Newegg and "user's choice award" or whatever they call it. Heck, i bought 4 of R1.0 and 1 of R2.0.

Today, things are different, for a less than 10 euros difference, you can get the Gigabyte 970 UD3P, but back then, it was the "go to motherboard" for lots of people. And frankly, for a non gamer and even more, for an undervolter, it's a fine motherboard. But, you know how it is. Just because you can push something to the limit and extract an 4.4Ghz clock, doesn't mean it's GOOD for it, when it wasn't made for such stress. It's like "let's see if this board can live to the edge of its capacity". Yes, it can live, the question is, for how long. Most smokers, won't have lung cancer in their lives. Only a 15-20% will. But this is a meagre consolation to those that will have it. The same goes for motherboards. "But my friend Joe is at 4.4Ghz with no problem". Yeah, but you can be in the unlucky minority, that will have mobo blow up and if it's MSI you have even bigger chances it will take the CPU out with it when it does. This Asrock model had 7% failure rate. Great, more likely than not, you will not have failure (93%). But if you do, it will be a meagre consolation. And another reason of failure, is that people buy these ASrock/MSI cheap boards or some even cheaper 3 phase boards and listen to others "70C is the limit on the core" and go on and crank it all the way, socket is boiling. A human being gets 3rd degree burn after a few seconds at 60C, what makes you think your cheap motherboard with thin PCB is enjoying running 24/7 at over 60C at the socket and hence probably around 100C at the mosfets? And if the mobo dies, ok, not so big. But if it decides to take in the grave some other components that sit on it, then it's more of a big deal.

One must not buy according to what the Joe next door says, but after evaluating his needs and fork the cash for an adeguate component that fits said needs. Especially when it comes down to motherboards and power supplies, as both these can take out a variety of other components. There is nothing wrong with going cheap, if you don't need something powerful. But if you go cheap, don't try pushing to the limits.
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Power Outage?
Scheduled Windows Update
Set Power Management to High Performance Mode?
no clocks or devices were reset....I have windows updates to manual install....and always always always hpm with no power saving anything I don't even have screen saver enabled lol
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no clocks or devices were reset....I have windows updates to manual install....and always always always hpm with no power saving anything I don't even have screen saver enabled lol

Weird tongue.gif

Might be time to test the system again..

Our file server/domain controller also turned itself off unknowingly yesterday. No logs on eventlog either.. smile.gif
post #41255 of 67894
my once "stable temps" aren't good enough, I don't get it I cleaned my NH d14 not that long ago .. all my fans are working, with 25 ambiant, even with case open, now it overheats...this pisses me off mad.gif
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Today I did something I hadn't done in a long time, I set everything back to stock speeds.

I wanted to see the difference between stock and overclocked so I could judge the benefits made .

Standard settings
This is with everything stock. 4.0 and card at stock.

cinebench-sept
And that is with a 5.1 overclock and my R9 270x at 1225/1600.

So my overclocks upped my OpenGL from 82.80 fps to 106.76 fps and my CPU score from 628 cb to 805 cb. That's a good result even for me.
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Woops forgot what I said, my temps were only stable in games not in stress test lol tongue.gif forgot about that plus i reduced some of the Digi+ settings and it still works perfect

Also about cinebench yea, try with the CPU benchmark, with mine at 4.7 I was only 100 points away from teh 4.4ghz 4770k in mutlithreaded, not bad tongue.gif I believe single threaded 110 is my best score
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Weird tongue.gif

Might be time to test the system again..

Our file server/domain controller also turned itself off unknowingly yesterday. No logs on eventlog either.. smile.gif

This.
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Originally Posted by Mike The Owl View Post

Today I did something I hadn't done in a long time, I set everything back to stock speeds.

I wanted to see the difference between stock and overclocked so I could judge the benefits made .

Standard settings
This is with everything stock. 4.0 and card at stock.

cinebench-sept
And that is with a 5.1 overclock and my R9 270x at 1225/1600.

So my overclocks upped my OpenGL from 82.80 fps to 106.76 fps and my CPU score from 628 cb to 805 cb. That's a good result even for me.

Here's my current clock:


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Woops forgot what I said, my temps were only stable in games not in stress test lol tongue.gif forgot about that plus i reduced some of the Digi+ settings and it still works perfect

Also about cinebench yea, try with the CPU benchmark, with mine at 4.7 I was only 100 points away from teh 4.4ghz 4770k in mutlithreaded, not bad tongue.gif I believe single threaded 110 is my best score

What are you saying?
Did you even test your overclock with stress testing?
Because if you say what I think you say, that your temps are too high with your current clock, then you need to lower it somewhat to test for stability I guess.
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This.
Here's my current clock:
What are you saying?
Did you even test your overclock with stress testing?
Because if you say what I think you say, that your temps are too high with your current clock, then you need to lower it somewhat to test for stability I guess.

Well my OC is stable I tested, not with the current Digi+ settings but I'm not too worryed about that, what worrys me is temps, reached 78 on the core when doing a prime95 earler ugh, now with my case closed in BF4 it just reach 70.5 with all the money spent on extra fans I feel kinda disapointed sozo.gif maybe it's just time to change case..I need a 3x 14 on top one, what are the best case for temps (and I guess space too an eventual custom loop in the future would be sweet) guys ? the phanteks enthoo pro feels pretty tempting for the price.. then I'll just need to buy 2 high pressure fans for the top as i already got one, I suppose noctua's are still best tongue.gif

Also what about socket temps for the cases you recommend, because I know with this one I had to put a fan in the backside, is there any of the good ones that cool the backside well too ??

Oh and of course the Corsair 760t feels pretty damn tempting too mmh..
Edited by StrongForce - 10/16/14 at 6:46am
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Today I did something I hadn't done in a long time, I set everything back to stock speeds.

I wanted to see the difference between stock and overclocked so I could judge the benefits made .
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Standard settings
This is with everything stock. 4.0 and card at stock.

cinebench-sept
And that is with a 5.1 overclock and my R9 270x at 1225/1600.

So my overclocks upped my OpenGL from 82.80 fps to 106.76 fps and my CPU score from 628 cb to 805 cb. That's a good result even for me.

you're about same as me, cant show u yet as i just lost all my bios settings doh.gif

offtopic.gif

wheres @hurricane28

not blown his boards i hope tongue.gif
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