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Hi All

I have just came intoi possession of an ASUS Crosshair IV Formula and I would like to know if anyone
on here has or had one and if it can run an FX8350. I believe that there is BIOS (3029) available that allowed
the board to run an FX8150 but am not sure if it is capable of doing it for the Vishera chips up to and including the FX8350.

Thanks in advance

Oldbarzo
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post #43272 of 67694
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Originally Posted by OldBarzo View Post

Hi All

I have just came intoi possession of an ASUS Crosshair IV Formula and I would like to know if anyone
on here has or had one and if it can run an FX8350. I believe that there is BIOS (3029) available that allowed
the board to run an FX8150 but am not sure if it is capable of doing it for the Vishera chips up to and including the FX8350.

Thanks in advance

Oldbarzo

No thats not a good idea as that is a AM3 socket and not am3+ unless there is a custom BIOS but still

in fact.. there is not enough slots for the pins.. am3 is 941 pin and am3+ is 942 pin
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Which one is right ?

so after thinking that my 8350 is just really hot ive been doing some reasearch into FX temps and it seems that HWmonitor dosent like the way AMD calculates Temps, so i ran a quick and dirty (30min ) pass of prime 95 with AMD overdrive, Core Temp , and HWmonitor open ,

whick one is right , ?



By looking at it i think that AMD over drive is right aswell as Core temp , because Core temp says 42c and AMD overdrive says 28c (thermal margin ) so 42+28= 70c ( 70c is the max for FX chips i believe ?

anyone got any advice as to what i should believe ?

Specs :

CPU : FX-8350
Motherboard : Asus M5A99FX R2.0
RAM : Corsair XMS3 8gb , 2x4 gb
GPU : Gigabyte GTX970 windforce OC 4GB
Case : Zalman Z11
Storage : 4 Random HDD's
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Display(s) : Samsung syncmaster S22B300
Cooling : Noctua NH D-14 ( should keep 8350 under 50 c ??? )

Thank in advance biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by MadManMarsbar View Post

Which one is right ?

so after thinking that my 8350 is just really hot ive been doing some reasearch into FX temps and it seems that HWmonitor dosent like the way AMD calculates Temps, so i ran a quick and dirty (30min ) pass of prime 95 with AMD overdrive, Core Temp , and HWmonitor open ,

whick one is right , ?



By looking at it i think that AMD over drive is right aswell as Core temp , because Core temp says 42c and AMD overdrive says 28c (thermal margin ) so 42+28= 70c ( 70c is the max for FX chips i believe ?

anyone got any advice as to what i should believe ?

Specs :

CPU : FX-8350
Motherboard : Asus M5A99FX R2.0
RAM : Corsair XMS3 8gb , 2x4 gb
GPU : Gigabyte GTX970 windforce OC 4GB
Case : Zalman Z11
Storage : 4 Random HDD's
PSU : Corsair CX750M
Display(s) : Samsung syncmaster S22B300
Cooling : Noctua NH D-14 ( should keep 8350 under 50 c ??? )

Thank in advance biggrin.gif

They all are, overdrive is measuring thermal margin, not actual temp.
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They all are, overdrive is measuring thermal margin, not actual temp.

Well i know that overdrive is measuring how far it has to go to the thermal limit , but do i trust CPU temp or Package temp on HW monitor ?
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They all are, overdrive is measuring thermal margin, not actual temp.

Well i know that overdrive is measuring how far it has to go to the thermal limit , but do i trust CPU temp or Package temp on HW monitor ?

Cpu temp on hw monitor is socket temp smile.gif

Edit: Lots of users prefer hwinfo to hwmonitor btw you might wanna try it instead
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Cpu temp on hw monitor is socket temp smile.gif

I facepalmed so hard just now , thats the temp ive been looking at for my temps ....... so the package temp is the one i should trust when OC'ing ?
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Cpu temp on hw monitor is socket temp smile.gif

I facepalmed so hard just now , thats the temp ive been looking at for my temps ....... so the package temp is the one i should trust when OC'ing ?

You have to pay attention to both, maybe moreso on your particular board than some of the others. I've seen people have a hard time with socket temps on it - a fan blowing directly on that area on both sides of the motherboard can help quite a bit.

EDIT: just noticed that 2 of your cores were downclocking , possibly throttling due to socket temp or vrm temp so those fans would be a great idea
Edited by cssorkinman - 11/24/14 at 2:07pm
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You have to pay attention to both, maybe moreso on your particular board than some of the others. I've seen people have a hard time with socket temps on it - a fan blowing directly on that area on both sides of the motherboard can help quite a bit.

EDIT: just noticed that 2 of your cores were downclocking , possibly throttling due to socket temp or vrm temp so those fans would be a great idea

Yea i noticed that too , it seems to take turns on each core to clock down to 3410.47mhz , is that a problem ?
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Hi All

I have just came intoi possession of an ASUS Crosshair IV Formula and I would like to know if anyone
on here has or had one and if it can run an FX8350. I believe that there is BIOS (3029) available that allowed
the board to run an FX8150 but am not sure if it is capable of doing it for the Vishera chips up to and including the FX8350.

Thanks in advance

Oldbarzo

yes u can run on that mobo,but only if there is official bios that suporting fx chips.
i was runing mine 8350 on asrock 890gx extreme3 with no problem but...there was limiting in bios for Oc proc. ofc, mine mobo got updated bios for Fx chips
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