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Newegg has amd r295x2 for 679.99. If your nt fully watercooling that is a steal I'd get that over a 980 if I could custom water cool it

eh.. 295x2 comes water cooled... and outperforms a 980 way beyond what custom water cooling will allow a 980 to perform.

regardless it should be a no brainer.. UNLESS you absolutely need those NV proprietary stuff (cuda, mfaa, gsync, physx, game stream, shadow play etc)

there is no question in terms of performance.
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Have you done any blood exams to see the levels of your thyroid hormones? (FT3, FT4, TSH). If not, you should, just in case.

it took years to get a diagnosis... but yeah... they said I had a metabolism disorder something like hyper-metabolic syndrome... IDK exactly what it was called now... I forgot... but anyway they cautioned me about some foods, and told me to try to maintain a certain weight...blah blah blah... whatever lol... only deadly if I don't eat enough and get sick they said... no meds was ever issued... before diagnosis, I was always sick and skinny...they freaked when they did a body fat check on me lol... once I got up to weight, they let me go...
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Have a question for you gamers i this thread. I set the 8320 up for my HTPC with a M5A99FX PRO R2.0 a CM_V8 cooler and my GTX 980. The HTPC was wiped clean and reinstalled with Win8 then I updated to 8.1. Downloaded TombRaider and was playing it last night. Over 2 hours it twice crashed the game to a black screen with a " NO TIME DATA" message. The game was still running in the background but just black screen. I could get to the desk top by opening task manager. The game though would stay in the black screen state till I killed the task and restarted it. Personally I'm leaning toward a Win8.1 issue either with that particular game or in general. Just wondered what your thoughts may be??

on stock settngs for 980?

Of course not ! But it's stable. This seemed to me like an internal clock problem. I know that 8 and 8.1 don't measure time like they did in 7 that's why it's not legal on the bot without a counter.

was that board on Win 7 previously? overclocked?

if yes, reflash or update bios and try again. As isn't windows 8 and 8.1 RTC based in the bios? (the whole reason for the benching w8 kerfuffle...)

Sidenote: has W8.1 install gotten simplified yet? it was a real PITA to install at release.

Thanks for the input FlailScHLAMP. That board (M5A) was my initial build with the 8350, the BIOS was updated and WIN8 was initially installed. Then I figured out how woefully inadequate it was to handle the Octocore that it was replaced by a Sabertooth. It was then relegated to HTPC and had a PII 965 in it for the most part.
I did quite a bit of reading yesterday and apparently Tomb Raider was a bit of a nightmare for Nvidia user at release, so I concentrated on the driver last night. In the end I set a different driver profile using Nvidia Inspector and played for 2+ hours hassle free after that. thumb.gif
As for the install it was an Update from Win8 and did it through the store. They made it quite seamless but there's a lot more crap in it that I need to address like "the cloud" I did have an activation issue but cleared it with the automated phone activation, maybe cause it's an OEM copy?
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it took years to get a diagnosis... but yeah... they said I had a metabolism disorder something like hyper-metabolic syndrome... IDK exactly what it was called now... I forgot... but anyway they cautioned me about some foods, and told me to try to maintain a certain weight...blah blah blah... whatever lol... only deadly if I don't eat enough and get sick they said... no meds was ever issued... before diagnosis, I was always sick and skinny...they freaked when they did a body fat check on me lol... once I got up to weight, they let me go...

Well, i figured something was off... Usually symptoms like you described origin from the thyroid (hyperthyroidism causes increase metabolism and sense of heat), but since it took years to find it, chances are it's something more rare, like Luft's syndrome or some other obscure cause of the likes. You should always bother your doctor about this though, even if no drugs were issued. There are still many pathologies for which there is no drug or pathologies that initially need no drugs, but one must monitor because they can deteriorate and require drugs. It's not about being deadly or not. A state of increased metabolism isn't good in the long run. It's like wearing out prematurely your body. Or, if this hypermetabolism, involves higher heart rate, which is very plausible, according to the extent of the problem, one could prescribe a heart drug to slow down. So, you 're not curing the cause, but you are dealing with an effect. At any case, you can't deal with such things on the internet, but, don't rely on an old diagnosis forever. Things change very fast in medicine, new therapies pop up constantly and the human organism is like a machine, that like all machines, needs tending. If you leave a part under stress for long, it will eventually turn around to bite you.
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Well, i figured something was off... Usually symptoms like you described origin from the thyroid (hyperthyroidism causes increase metabolism and sense of heat), but since it took years to find it, chances are it's something more rare, like Luft's syndrome or some other obscure cause of the likes. You should always bother your doctor about this though, even if no drugs were issued. There are still many pathologies for which there is no drug or pathologies that initially need no drugs, but one must monitor because they can deteriorate and require drugs. It's not about being deadly or not. A state of increased metabolism isn't good in the long run. It's like wearing out prematurely your body. Or, if this hypermetabolism, involves higher heart rate, which is very plausible, according to the extent of the problem, one could prescribe a heart drug to slow down. So, you 're not curing the cause, but you are dealing with an effect. At any case, you can't deal with such things on the internet, but, don't rely on an old diagnosis forever. Things change very fast in medicine, new therapies pop up constantly and the human organism is like a machine, that like all machines, needs tending. If you leave a part under stress for long, it will eventually turn around to bite you.

its funny you mention the heart rate... because thats one thing they couldn't figure out... think it might have threw them a bit... my heart rate is and always has been low... blood pressure too... sometimes dangerously low even.. they did give me something for that for a while, but as I got older it took care of itself... probably my bacon loving habits helped lol.. but now my blood pressure holds at 114 over 65 with heart rate at rest usually around 55 - 60... they said thats ok...
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its funny you mention the heart rate... because thats one thing they couldn't figure out... think it might have threw them a bit... my heart rate is and always has been low... blood pressure too... sometimes dangerously low even.. they did give me something for that for a while, but as I got older it took care of itself... probably my bacon loving habits helped lol.. but now my blood pressure holds at 114 over 65 with heart rate at rest usually around 55 - 60... they said thats ok...

You bet it threw them off! Hypermetabolism with tendency to bradycardia? The only explanation that comes to mind, is that your heart at some point before visiting the doctors, adapted to the situation, much like an athlete's heart has lower heart rate than an average persons. A marathon runner is the best example. They are all skinny, because they burn a whole lot of calories in trainning, but their heart rate when idle, becomes low. Something similar must have happaned to you. If you come to remember the name of the disease, do send me a PM, i am curious. Must be a rare one.

The blood pressure is another story, it depends both on the force with which the heart contracts and the resistance of the blood vessels in the periphery. So, it's less weird.
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Hey guys, don't know if this was asked before but I'll give it a shot: does anyone know of a way to overclock and use turbo from BIOS. With my GB UD3 (r 1.2) if I OC by multiplier in BIOS and try to set the turbo to some other speed, the second turbo state (not the maximum one) is always HTx20.5 which is the default 4100. The 8350 has 4.0/4.1/4.2 default frequencies (base, light multithreaded turbo, single threaded turbo - as far as I understant the p-states).

So if for example I set the base clock to 4300 and turbo to 4500, all done in multiplier, it will go to 4500 when it's in the highest turbo state, but it will still go to 4.1 for the second turbo state which is lower than the base clock. I'd like to play around with turbo as well but the situation described is a total turn off :-)

Thanks for your replies.
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You bet it threw them off! Hypermetabolism with tendency to bradycardia? The only explanation that comes to mind, is that your heart at some point before visiting the doctors, adapted to the situation, much like an athlete's heart has lower heart rate than an average persons. A marathon runner is the best example. They are all skinny, because they burn a whole lot of calories in trainning, but their heart rate when idle, becomes low. Something similar must have happaned to you. If you come to remember the name of the disease, do send me a PM, i am curious. Must be a rare one.

The blood pressure is another story, it depends both on the force with which the heart contracts and the resistance of the blood vessels in the periphery. So, it's less weird.

I never was a big sports enthusiast, but I did love biking and hiking also was on the track team... I rode in two 150 mile bike rides when I was 10 and 12 (MS 150)... still can out do my 13 year old, so that may explain the low heart rate... I tend to stay active, even now a 10 mile hike is nothing... I took my son hiking in the Appalachians once... was only a 5 mile round trip.. starting elevation 4980' peak of 5720', you'd thought I tried to kill him from the sound of his breathing... so yeah.. if being in good shape helps the heart rate stay low, then that's probably it... I had always assumed though that my activity level was an effect of the metabolic issue though.... well this is offtopic.gif bad so I guess I'd best stop clogging up the thread lol. If I remember what it was they said I had I'll let you know...
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Hey guys, don't know if this was asked before but I'll give it a shot: does anyone know of a way to overclock and use turbo from BIOS. With my GB UD3 (r 1.2) if I OC by multiplier in BIOS and try to set the turbo to some other speed, the second turbo state (not the maximum one) is always HTx20.5 which is the default 4100. The 8350 has 4.0/4.1/4.2 default frequencies (base, light multithreaded turbo, single threaded turbo - as far as I understant the p-states).

So if for example I set the base clock to 4300 and turbo to 4500, all done in multiplier, it will go to 4500 when it's in the highest turbo state, but it will still go to 4.1 for the second turbo state which is lower than the base clock. I'd like to play around with turbo as well but the situation described is a total turn off :-)

Thanks for your replies.

the only way I was able to get turbo to work proper during an OC was to overclock via the bus clock... like 210 instead of 200, and set turbo core to "enabled" instead of "auto" and then it works fine... just have to watch your ram, cpu/nb, and HT speeds to make sure they don't get higher than is stable or to add volts to compensate.
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happy turkeygiving guys !!!

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AMD FX-8350 Gigabyte 990FXA-UD7 R7970-2PMD3GD5/OC  R7970-2PMD3GD5/OC  
GraphicsGraphicsRAMHard Drive
R7970-2PMD3GD5/OC  R7970-2PMD3GD5/OC  F3-2400C10D-16GTX  OCZ Agility 3 120GB  
Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveOptical Drive
OCZ Agility 3 120GB  Seagate Barracuda 1TB  Segate Barracuda 3TB Rosewill RCR-IM5001 USB2.0 75 in 1 internal Car... 
Optical DriveCoolingCoolingCooling
Pioneer BDR-208DBK Blu-ray Writer Swiftech H20-220 EDGE HD Liquid Cooling Kit Swiftech Komodo 7970 Swiftech MCP-35X2 
CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
Swiftech MCP35X2 Heat Sink Swiftech MCP35X Reservoir Swiftech Komodo 7970 Swiftech Komodo 7970 
CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
Alphacool 240mm XT45 Alphacool 120mm XT45 Alphacool 120mm UT60 FrozenQ PC Mods UV Meteor Light Limited Edition... 
CoolingCoolingOSOS
Koolance Radiator Mounting Bracket with Quick-R... Swiftech Komodo 7970 Windows 7 Windows 8  
MonitorMonitorMonitorMonitor
ASUS VG248QE Black 24" 144Hz 1ms  ASUS VG248QE Black 24" 144Hz 1ms  ASUS VG248QE Black 24" 144Hz 1ms  XFX FXTRISTAND Triple Display Monitor Stand  
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
Logitech G510 XFX pro 1250w black edition Caselabs MAGNUM M8 Case Razer Naga 
AudioAudioOther
Sony 2.1 Razer Megalodon XFX pro 1250w black edition 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsGraphics
8350 batch 1229 pgn  Asus Crosshair V Formula-Z gigabyte 7770 OC gigabyte 7770 OC 
RAMHard DriveHard DriveHard Drive
F3-2400C10D-16GTX OCZ agaility 3 120  OCZ Agility 3 120gb  Seagate 7200rpm 1tb 
Optical DriveOptical DriveCoolingCooling
Pioneer BDR-208DBK Rosewill RCR-IM5001 USB2.0 75 in 1 internal Car... Swiftech MCP-35X White Top Swiftech Quiet Power 240  
CoolingOSOSMonitor
Swiftech Apogee HD Windows 7 Windows 8 LG E2242 
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
LG E2242 RAZER Black Lycosa Mirror Special Edition Seasonic x660 Cooler Master Storm Stryker 
Mouse
Razer Lachesis 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
FX 6100 Sabertooth 990fx R2.0 XFX 7770 Core Edition Samsung 1600 2x4 
RAMHard DriveOptical DriveCooling
Samsung 1600 2x4 Unknown as of now  Piorneer BDR-208DBK Swiftech H220  
OSMonitorKeyboardPower
Windows 8  Samsung 60" 120hz 3d LED TV Unknown Seasonic x750 
CaseMouseAudio
Cooler Master Storm Stryker Unknown Pioneer 5.1 
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