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On page 245 of this thread(as of that page doesn't look like a lot of folks are having great success)....Had an awful time with the 8350 in windows 8. Once i switched back to windows 7 ultimate everything has been running smooth. Been moving slowly with my over clocking(decorating for the holidays). i'm using prime95 and doing the small test for an hour, then the large for an hour, and then run a benchmark. I automatically bumped vcore to 1.4v. In Bios i disabled anything that that seemed extra or kind of "pointless". Set the llc to ultra, lowered my ram freq and loosed the timings. i will tighten the ram up once i hit desired speeds.
Here is a quick look where i am:

Core speed: 4500MHz
Vcore: 1.4v
multiplier: x21
bus: 215
temp under full load: 44c
I know its not crazy yet but after a week of headaches with windows 8 i feel very accomplished its not freezing up every 2 seconds.
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Anyone know how to check the batch of your CPU? Is it the last 4 digits of the serial number?
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Originally Posted by m0bius View Post

Mine is 1.325v and clocks just as well as any other I've seen.

That's impressive. That's the highest bus speed I've seen in this thread and it's the highest clock speed I've seen.

I tried 275 earlier today but It was less stable. I might try 300mhz later just to see what it do.
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I have been playing around to see if there is much of a difference between HT at 2200 and 2600.

I ran the test 3 times at 2200 and then 3 times at 2600. Not much deviation from one test to the next, but i selected the best of both.

3DMark @ 2600
3Dmark @ 2200

I have also been testing in games such as SC2, Borderlands 2, and BLOPs2. I have noticed no real FPS difference between 2200 or 2600.

HT @ 2600 does yield ever so slightly better 3DMark scores, but I can also save a slight bit on my CPU NB voltage and temps at 2200.

Now in no way am i saying that the lower HT is the way to go. All i am saying is that I can really cant tell the difference, especially in gaming, where I spend the majority of my time.

More testing definitely needs to be done.

EDIT: Also, as you can see from my 3DMark, I am only running a single card. Could it be that multicard setups benefit more from the higher HT?
Edited by AWC5004 - 11/25/12 at 4:54pm
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That is just for validation, i presume ??

Well yeah, I wish I could get that stable. I use this when I don't feel like turning up the AC in this room... This is the stable overclock I submitted to the chart on the front page. I actually need to change it, I wasn't paying attention, CPU-Z was more than a little off. It's more like 1.46. (vbump under load)
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Originally Posted by sdlvx View Post

That's impressive. That's the highest bus speed I've seen in this thread and it's the highest clock speed I've seen.
I tried 275 earlier today but It was less stable. I might try 300mhz later just to see what it do.

Now I'm going to go see just how high I can get the bus, lol.
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Originally Posted by AWC5004 View Post

I have been playing around to see if there is much of a difference between HT at 2200 and 2600.

I ran the test 3 times at 2200 and then 3 times at 2600. Not much deviation from one test to the next, but i selected the best of both.

3DMark @ 2600
3Dmark @ 2200

I have also been testing in games such as SC2, Borderlands 2, and BLOPs2. I have noticed no real FPS difference between 2200 or 2600.

HT @ 2600 does yield ever so slightly better 3DMark scores, but I can also save a slight bit on my CPU NB voltage and temps at 2200.

Now in no way am i saying that the lower HT is the way to go. All i am saying is that I can really cant tell the difference, especially in gaming, where I spend the majority of my time.

More testing definitely needs to be done.

With only 1 GPU. (please, everyone in this thread who hasn't done so already, make a sig rig so we can see this kind of thing right away)

So far more HT = better multi-GPU scores.

Looking at a possible way to un-bottleneck multi-GPU solutions?
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Anyone know how to check the batch of your CPU? Is it the last 4 digits of the serial number?

its on the CPU heatspreader.

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Originally Posted by KyadCK View Post

With only 1 GPU. (please, everyone in this thread who hasn't done so already, make a sig rig so we can see this kind of thing right away)
So far more HT = better multi-GPU scores.
Looking at a possible way to un-bottleneck multi-GPU solutions?

Sorry about that, still new to these message boards. i went back and edited my original post
post #4170 of 67266
Hey guys can someone please help me with this overclocking stuff... i used AMD Over drive but every time i restart it goes back to stock clock. Also i was running a few days at 4.6 and when i ran 3Dmark vantage i got a very low score... i am Using H100 for cooling the CPU . http://valid.canardpc.com/2595002

Thank you.
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