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No, turbo core is disabled, so are all the power saving and thermal options in BIOS. With LLC set to High though, vcore stays between 1.264 and 1.296 (it's set to 1.265v in BIOS)

This is where I'm at so far:

Edited by bios_R_us - 11/27/12 at 6:50am
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Originally Posted by F3ERS 2 ASH3S View Post

yeah i could have done 20 but i didn't want to push too much heat for too long
I will it has something to do with the vboosting with the LLC
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

Dont get me wrong, I didnt mean mean dont go higher on the clock, I ment the temp. tongue.gif

I know how you felt tho, I was at 70 degrees too, the adrenaline boost is amazing tongue.gif
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No, turbo core is disabled, so are all the power saving and thermal options in BIOS. With LLC set to High though, vcore stays between 1.264 and 1.296 (it's set to 1.265v in BIOS)
This is where I'm at so far:

actually that is why my temps were rising. I didn't have time to check it out and see what it was.. I do beleive that it has something to do with LLC or the VRM's
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Dont get me wrong, I didnt mean mean dont go higher on the clock, I ment the temp. tongue.gif
I know how you felt tho, I was at 70 degrees too, the adrenaline boost is amazing tongue.gif

No worries. i wasn't hurt about it. just saying im pretty amazed that after 30 minutes I got that high of an OC and really just need to figure out temps. If it was that easy then would be able to hit 5 easy on this chip as long as I had the cooling.
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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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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.

Yeah... Thanks again for the info Kyad, definitely could mean the difference between me having to pump 1.55v just to get 4.8 stable and 5.0 thumb.gif

Keep us updated on your clocks Ashe, I want to believe there's hope for 1237 tongue.gif
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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

That's about where I'm sitting with my chip and board. Although my temps are a lot lower, (58 Celsius on the Core)
My socket temp was around 70 Celsius (maybe even a bit higher) so I put my stock cooler fan in the cavity behind my motherboard and the back cover actually holds it in place over the socket plate. Now my Socket temps don't break 60 Celsius (I also have it linked in FanXpert as the Chassis fan so it boosts to 100% duty over 60 Celsius lol)

Mine is batch 1237 and it overclocks like a dream. Other than temps.
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I've been playing around with the Base Clock and one thing I found interesting was by lowering my FSB to 150 and adjusting the other Multi's my system was incredibly responsive.
(sorry again for saying that the FSB couldn't go below 200. I'd just never seen a board with that option.)

My rough settings were (not at my computer right now, because I'm at work)
- FSB 150
- DRAM 1200Mhz (8X)
- NB 1650Mhz (11X)
- HTT 1800Mhz (12X)
- CPU 3300Mhz (22X)
(Auto Voltages with Turbo Disabled)
To my suprise it passed 10 runs of IBT on High (no temp issues lol)

I tried it at 100FSB but with the limited options for Multi I couldn't get it to boot.
Edited by ComputerRestore - 11/27/12 at 8:00am
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It did it again, whooping 1.44 when BIOS is set to 1.265 ... Worries me that it may jump even higher in stress tests. Did no-one see this happen before? I'm using the GA-990FXA-UD3 ... this has happened with LLC set to both Auto and High.. will try other settings too.. but it's quite worrying.
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It did it again, whooping 1.44 when BIOS is set to 1.265 ... Worries me that it may jump even higher in stress tests. Did no-one see this happen before? I'm using the GA-990FXA-UD3 ... this has happened with LLC set to both Auto and High.. will try other settings too.. but it's quite worrying.

no thats natural LLC can do that depending on the settings. That is why my temps shot up so high. try the other LLC options you should get better results.
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It did it again, whooping 1.44 when BIOS is set to 1.265 ... Worries me that it may jump even higher in stress tests. Did no-one see this happen before? I'm using the GA-990FXA-UD3 ... this has happened with LLC set to both Auto and High.. will try other settings too.. but it's quite worrying.

I had the opposite effect with llc on my board asus m5a99x evo.

i found on medium and high settinngs i had to set a high vcore in bios and then vdroop was quite big. If i set a lower vcore in bios the voltage went down thus becoming unstable.

I found ultra high to be the most stable for me and vcore was rock steady.

On extreme then it certainly does add more voltage on
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Strange thing is that it wasn't always adding the extra volts. It could go on for an hour with a steady voltage, no spikes, and then suddenly go from 1.296 to 1.440 :|

I've gone a bit lower now, 223x17.5 (3902) and 1.315v in BIOS with Regular LLC (hope that Regular translates to "we won't push extreme amount of volts through your chip when you least expect it").

So far 3.9 seems to hold in Prime as well, anything over 3.9 throws errors. I would like to have a Prime stable OC, but I would also settle for IBT + OCCT + AOD :-)

I know 3.9 is not much but given my cooling, I'd rather have a mild OC with a bit of undervolting so if the current settings prove to be OK I can settle for this... for now. Fingers crossed.
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