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All chips have fsb deadzones. My PH II had one from 226 to 239. Used 225 for 24/7, used 240 to bench.
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I swear these chips have dead zones where the bus speed makes the system unstable no matter what you do.
205x22.5 for 5023mhz = completely unstable and hard locking before a single run of IBT completes.
230x22 for 5059mhz = run IBT all day long.
I have found stable areas in 200mhz 230mhz, and I think 215mhz and 240mhz.
It is like you can raise the bus speed by 1mhz and it will make the entire system unstable very quickly, but a different combination at a different and higher total CPU clock speed with the same voltages is stable.

Wow, this would have been good to know back when I was overclocking my Phenom. Would have avoided a lot of headaches lol. Will actually try reclocking again tomorrow.

By the way, what MOBO are you using?
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yeah 1236

Myself and few other users seem to be having bad luck with this batch, will be interesting too see the numbers you're hitting as I have the 990FX R 2.0 as well thumb.gif

990FXA-UD3 Rev 1.1.

The Ph II was moved to yet another 990FXA-UD3 Rev 1.1 after I got my 8320, and it holds the same OC my main one does.
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Wow, this would have been good to know back when I was overclocking my Phenom. Would have avoided a lot of headaches lol. Will actually try reclocking again tomorrow.
By the way, what MOBO are you using?
Myself and few other users seem to be having bad luck with this batch, will be interesting too see the numbers you're hitting as I have the 990FX R 2.0 as well thumb.gif

The only thing im worried about is temps, this board has way more control and once i find a good stable clock im going to detail them, i was amazed at all the buttons lol

It took me a wile as i had a blonde moment and relized this board came with the very first bios for them haha
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I know my volts and temps are high.. they sky rocket then drop real quick im going to have to check that out before I go further but this board clocks like a dream stable 4.5 with only 30 minutes of effort

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The difference so far in this thread between multi and bus clocking has been minimal.
No no, I believe you, your numbers are correct. His claim of 120w is just way off.

My claim was pretty accurate, the numbers above are again full system. Frose those numbets you could conclude its 120-140W.

Was just about to measure it but it seems my power meter is dead, so it will have to wait.
Edited by adroit - 11/27/12 at 2:00am
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I know my volts and temps are high.. they sky rocket then drop real quick im going to have to check that out before I go further but this board clocks like a dream stable 4.5 with only 30 minutes of effort

Stable for 10 runs? u need 20 at least tongue.gif

72oC max core temp jesus man thats hot!! Hope you get that sorted out, weird how it rises then drops quickly
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Stable for 10 runs? u need 20 at least tongue.gif
72oC max core temp jesus man thats hot!!

I would definetly not go any higher then that. wink.gif
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I would definetly not go any higher then that. wink.gif

Aye lol my ass would of been twitching seeing it rise biggrin.gif
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I've just returned my 8320, hoping to get a better chip. It's always a gamble but I'm thinking that since the one I had could not hold 4 Ghz at stock VID (1.4v stock...) and was getting so very hot while trying it, I can't really get a worse one, can I? I would have gone for the 8350 but they're out of stock at every store that I've checked. Wish me luck :-) I'm not even hoping for much. I can settle for a 4.0 / 4.2 Ghz clock at a decent voltage (1.35 / 1.375 would be doable, right?). Since 4.0 is the turbo speed for the 8320, it shouldn't have much trouble getting there...

The new 8320 is in, stock VID is a bit lower - 1.3875, though NB VID is higher (1.2175 as opposed to 1.1875 on the former). So I got this one running at 1.2675 - 4GHz but rebooted after 3h of IBT on very high. LLC was set to Auto, trying with LLC set to High now. It's still a batch 1236. Temps are about the same at stock, but with the volts I'm putting through it now they look a lot better - 43-47 on the core in load and 54-56 on the socket. If these settings prove to be stable then I'll most likely settle for this at the moment. Since my cooling is not extreme, I'd rather have a cool chip with a decent 500 mhz OC.

I do tend to feel that P95 is not the best way to test these chips, though my mind is not totally made up whether it's a problem with the code or not. But I do believe that if the PC is stable in IBT, AOD and OCCT for 8+ hours whilst being perfectly stable in day to day use and gaming as well, but returns error in Prime then maybe it's really a problem with the program.

Odd thing: my HT Link speed (Rated FSB in CPUZ) was always showing as 2200 and not 2600 and my BIOS kept telling me that if NB is smaller than HT speed then it will automatically adjust (as it was with the Phenoms that couldn't have HT link higher than the CPU-NB. But after booting with the HT Speed on manual set to 2200 and then reverting back to Auto, it finally shows it as 2600 under Windows. Did anyone else experience something like this? Any ideas why? Thanks.

Another ODD thing happened. While stressing with IBT (and LLC set to Auto which should be off) my voltage which was set in BIOS at 1.31 jumped to 1.48. This was not a spike, it just went to 1.48 and I stopped IBT as my socket temps had reached 70C (where I have set an alarm in Everest). If it wasn't for the alarm I might have even not noticed for a while... Did any of you experience such jumps in voltage way above what was set in BIOS? Maybe LLC to Auto can do that?
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Another ODD thing happened. While stressing with IBT (and LLC set to Auto which should be off) my voltage which was set in BIOS at 1.31 jumped to 1.48. This was not a spike, it just went to 1.48 and I stopped IBT as my socket temps had reached 70C (where I have set an alarm in Everest). If it wasn't for the alarm I might have even not noticed for a while... Did any of you experience such jumps in voltage way above what was set in BIOS? Maybe LLC to Auto can do that?

LLC can do vboost. However with that large of a jump are you still using turbo core?
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Stable for 10 runs? u need 20 at least tongue.gif
72oC max core temp jesus man thats hot!! Hope you get that sorted out, weird how it rises then drops quickly

yeah i could have done 20 but i didn't want to push too much heat for too long
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I would definetly not go any higher then that. wink.gif

I will it has something to do with the vboosting with the LLC
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Aye lol my ass would of been twitching seeing it rise biggrin.gif

I was but I wanted to get validated and show that im back in action


overal I love this board and soo glad I spent the money.. once I figure out the voltage/heat I think Ill be able to hit 4.7-4.8 as a gaming OC, and if I can really drop my temps ill try 5.0.. but again heat HEAT why HEAT ARRGHGHGHHG
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