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Hey man. I have the same board. Here are two suggestions. I used to throttle at 65C on socket like you did. But now I throttle at 75C. So here is what I did. I can't remember which fixed the problem.
1. Update your BIOS to the latest version. It is 2502 if I remember correctly. Obviously do all the usual. APM off etc. Etc. Go to where you can monitor temps and voltages from your bios. Tell it to ignore CPU temp.
2. Install Ai Suite. Yes it's rubbish but hear me out. I opened up the Probe 2 app. Then I went to the temperature more monitoring page. Set CPU temp to 85C and untick it .

I don't exactly know what I did. But i now throttle at 75C.

number 2, you don't need AIsuite to do that, its in your digi options in the bios. I think it is CPU overclock ability or something like that.. there are a few options in there to play with

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I go by Multiplier as I'm still new at overclocking, also my chip and board seem to prefer it, I have no idea why.

I can teach you all you need to know about your board and FSB overclocking.. its a great board and trust me.. you are missing a lot of power just with multi smile.gif
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I can teach you all you need to know about your board and FSB overclocking.. its a great board and trust me.. you are missing a lot of power just with multi smile.gif

Yes the Sabertooth is a great board so many things to tinker with. @Mike and Marine the best way to learn is to get in there and make adjustment then do some quick testing with 2D benches to see if you're improving or not. The FSB makes it possible to tweak things to the edge of your systems stability by getting every last MHz out of your RAM, CPU, and NB.
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Guys take a look at this.


Opinions everyone?

I'm brand new to the forum. Just got a Biostar TA970 motherboard and an FX-8320E chip. I can overclock it to 4Ghz @ 1.25V stable using 200FSB x 20 multiplier. Anything over a 20 multiplier won't work. I was curious if you reached 4.5Ghz using multiplier alone or if you were adjust BUS speeds? Thanks!
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I'm brand new to the forum. Just got a Biostar TA970 motherboard and an FX-8320E chip. I can overclock it to 4Ghz @ 1.25V stable using 200FSB x 20 multiplier. Anything over a 20 multiplier won't work. I was curious if you reached 4.5Ghz using multiplier alone or if you were adjust BUS speeds? Thanks!

TBH with the FX chips I have not seen an issue with multiplier, its the board, TBH that shows it is a very weak board
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Yes the Sabertooth is a great board so many things to tinker with. @Mike and Marine the best way to learn is to get in there and make adjustment then do some quick testing with 2D benches to see if you're improving or not. The FSB makes it possible to tweak things to the edge of your systems stability by getting every last MHz out of your RAM, CPU, and NB.

Well i have decided to start again, i have set everyting back to standard settings in the BIOS and am overclocking one thing at a time, I started with my ram, which I have set at 1866 and 9-11-9-27 ....
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

and tested it with 3DMark Skydiver and got my best result - http://www.3dmark.com/sd/2473465 , so next is to add in my overclock.
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I agree it's not the most expensive board. Anytime I go above 20x it will keep the chip at lowest speed in windows. After reboot it won't post and I have to clear the CMOS.

Also voltage doesnt matter i have taken it up quite a bit higher than my stable 1.25v and even a 20.5x causes issues.

Lastly my voltage is bouncing quite a bit and i have disabled as much as i can for powersaving features that i can find.
Edited by bhint15 - 10/30/14 at 8:20am
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Well i have decided to start again, i have set everyting back to standard settings in the BIOS and am overclocking one thing at a time, I started with my ram, which I have set at 1866 and 9-11-9-27 ....
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

and tested it with 3DMark Skydiver and got my best result - http://www.3dmark.com/sd/2473465 , so next is to add in my overclock.

A little hint that helps when going FSB,

what you first do is find your best OC with Multi write down the voltages,
then you find the best FSB OC that you can get write down voltages

then you mix the 2 to fine tune it. you should find that the values that you got before will help you pin point what FSB range will work best for you..
once you have that stable start playing with your ram and seeing where you can go from there... Ram is a tricky beast I save it for last cause it is far easier to fine tune ram and isolate it at that point.
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I agree it's not the most expensive board. Anytime I go above 20x it will keep the chip at lowest speed in windows. After reboot it won't post and I have to clear the CMOS.

what BIOS are you running?
Edited by F3ERS 2 ASH3S - 10/30/14 at 8:18am
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I'm brand new to the forum. Just got a Biostar TA970 motherboard and an FX-8320E chip. I can overclock it to 4Ghz @ 1.25V stable using 200FSB x 20 multiplier. Anything over a 20 multiplier won't work. I was curious if you reached 4.5Ghz using multiplier alone or if you were adjust BUS speeds? Thanks!

TBH with the FX chips I have not seen an issue with multiplier, its the board, TBH that shows it is a very weak board

+1 on that. A 4 phase board isn't intended for overclocking an 8 core chip like the FX. If you push things too hard you'll end up breaking things.

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Yes the Sabertooth is a great board so many things to tinker with. @Mike and Marine the best way to learn is to get in there and make adjustment then do some quick testing with 2D benches to see if you're improving or not. The FSB makes it possible to tweak things to the edge of your systems stability by getting every last MHz out of your RAM, CPU, and NB.

Well i have decided to start again, i have set everyting back to standard settings in the BIOS and am overclocking one thing at a time, I started with my ram, which I have set at 1866 and 9-11-9-27 ....
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

and tested it with 3DMark Skydiver and got my best result - http://www.3dmark.com/sd/2473465 , so next is to add in my overclock.

Sometimes that's not a bad idea, Now push the ram speed up with the FSB and see how close to 2000 you can get it to run stable. Up the NB as well to help with your physics score in skydiver. One thing to keep in mind the harder you make things work the more voltage you'll need to keep things stable so in the end you'll reach your thermal limit faster.
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Well i have decided to start again, i have set everyting back to standard settings in the BIOS and am overclocking one thing at a time, I started with my ram, which I have set at 1866 and 9-11-9-27 ....
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

and tested it with 3DMark Skydiver and got my best result - http://www.3dmark.com/sd/2473465 , so next is to add in my overclock.
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