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wow 80C dont u have a fan curve going?

yea man its on 100% when it hits 70 but the temp still goes up regardless, I'm pumping 1.263v @ 1000/1120mhz atm.
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Hey guys! I was recommended to this club by Alastair. I'm having trouble overclocking my FX-8320 past 4.4 Ghz. I've tried pushing VCore to it's max and yet, no results. I know of people who push this CPU to 4.7 with the same motherboard.

My last try to get 4.5 ended up in failure. I have no idea what is wrong. No combination of FSB and Multiplier will work (Though FSB overclocking seems to be more stable).

FSB: 215x21 (4.5 Ghz)
Motherboard: 990FXA-UD80 (no LLC)
Cooling: H100i, never exceeds 53 degrees at max load
Vcore: 1.65 volts idle, 1.58 volts load
RAM: 2xCorsair 2GB and 2xBallistix 4GB (12 GB Total)
RAM Voltage: 1.67 volts
RAM Clock: 1600 mhz
RAM Timing: 9-9-9-24 (Manually set)
NB: 2200
HT: 2600
NB Voltage: 1.35 volts

I really don't know what's wrong. I pass 4.4 Ghz at 1.38 volts load with flying colors, but I can't pass 4.5 Ghz at 1.58 volts, it doesn't make sense to me. I use both Prime95 and IBT AVX to bench. IBT freezes my computer and Prime95 shows a core failure (same core every time, core 6). I know that if anyone were to help me, it would be the overclocking geniuses in this club. Thanks in advance!

Many people said it was my RAM, but I've tried overclocking with only two RAM sticks with no luck. These sticks of RAM have never given me issues even with overclocking my 965 and 1090T.

More info on my issue here (My original thread):
http://www.overclock.net/t/1530936/fx-8320-stuck-at-4-5-ghz/60#post_23319886
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gpu@1100

my card is crap lol or unless its me a crap gpuoverclocker lol

My HD6870 can't do 1100 on air it just crashes heaven from heat I think? The card reports 80c then freezes.
6870 won't do 1100 on air me thinks. I have 2 6850's. The best of the best 6850's that money could buy. MSI Cyclones. And those together peaked at 1000/1200 on air. And that used to be running a solid 90C. Only a little higher on the clocks individually around 1020 and 1015. On water. However. I get to 1050/1250. And that is with a 40C reduction.
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post #44084 of 67694
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Hey guys! I was recommended to this club by Alastair. I'm having trouble overclocking my FX-8320 past 4.4 Ghz. I've tried pushing VCore to it's max and yet, no results. I know of people who push this CPU to 4.7 with the same motherboard.

My last try to get 4.5 ended up in failure. I have no idea what is wrong. No combination of FSB and Multiplier will work (Though FSB overclocking seems to be more stable).

FSB: 215x21 (4.5 Ghz)
Motherboard: 990FXA-UD80 (no LLC)
Cooling: H100i, never exceeds 53 degrees at max load
Vcore: 1.65 volts idle, 1.58 volts load
RAM: 2xCorsair 2GB and 2xBallistix 4GB (12 GB Total)
RAM Voltage: 1.67 volts
RAM Clock: 1600 mhz
RAM Timing: 9-9-9-24 (Manually set)
NB: 2200
HT: 2600
NB Voltage: 1.35 volts

I really don't know what's wrong. I pass 4.4 Ghz at 1.38 volts load with flying colors, but I can't pass 4.5 Ghz at 1.58 volts, it doesn't make sense to me. I use both Prime95 and IBT AVX to bench. IBT freezes my computer and Prime95 shows a core failure (same core every time, core 6). I know that if anyone were to help me, it would be the overclocking geniuses in this club. Thanks in advance!

Many people said it was my RAM, but I've tried overclocking with only two RAM sticks with no luck. These sticks of RAM have never given me issues even with overclocking my 965 and 1090T.

More info on my issue here (My original thread):
http://www.overclock.net/t/1530936/fx-8320-stuck-at-4-5-ghz/60#post_23319886

Get rid of the mistmatched RAM first of all. Keep the Ballistix 8GB when doing your testing.
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Originally Posted by Meisgoot312 View Post

Hey guys! I was recommended to this club by Alastair. I'm having trouble overclocking my FX-8320 past 4.4 Ghz. I've tried pushing VCore to it's max and yet, no results. I know of people who push this CPU to 4.7 with the same motherboard.

My last try to get 4.5 ended up in failure. I have no idea what is wrong. No combination of FSB and Multiplier will work (Though FSB overclocking seems to be more stable).

FSB: 215x21 (4.5 Ghz)
Motherboard: 990FXA-UD80 (no LLC)
Cooling: H100i, never exceeds 53 degrees at max load
Vcore: 1.65 volts idle, 1.58 volts load
RAM: 2xCorsair 2GB and 2xBallistix 4GB (12 GB Total)
RAM Voltage: 1.67 volts
RAM Clock: 1600 mhz
RAM Timing: 9-9-9-24 (Manually set)
NB: 2200
HT: 2600
NB Voltage: 1.35 volts

I really don't know what's wrong. I pass 4.4 Ghz at 1.38 volts load with flying colors, but I can't pass 4.5 Ghz at 1.58 volts, it doesn't make sense to me. I use both Prime95 and IBT AVX to bench. IBT freezes my computer and Prime95 shows a core failure (same core every time, core 6). I know that if anyone were to help me, it would be the overclocking geniuses in this club. Thanks in advance!

Many people said it was my RAM, but I've tried overclocking with only two RAM sticks with no luck. These sticks of RAM have never given me issues even with overclocking my 965 and 1090T.

More info on my issue here (My original thread):
http://www.overclock.net/t/1530936/fx-8320-stuck-at-4-5-ghz/60#post_23319886

the ram is probably causing your issues. mismatched ram does this stuff... ESPECIALLY when overclocking. furthermore, if you're going to run with 4 sticks of ram on an AMD platform you'll probably need to bump both the NB voltage and the Ram voltage. still there is no promise you'll be able to get stable with mismatched ram ever.
 
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Before I tear out my RAM and going full testing mode, I have tested 4.5 Ghz without my Corsair sticks (2 Ballistix sticks only) without luck. Would there be any other issues with my current setup and overclock? Thanks for your reply!

Note: I've run memtest with my RAM (both sticks seperately and together) with no errors, so my RAM sticks are still functional.

EDIT: Well, I'll remove my RAM sticks and see how that goes. What's weird is that it's stable at 4.4 Ghz (1.38 load) and not 4.5 (1.55 load)
Edited by Meisgoot312 - 12/24/14 at 3:06pm
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Before I tear out my RAM and going full testing mode, I have tested 4.5 Ghz without my Corsair sticks (2 Ballistix sticks only) without luck. Would there be any other issues with my current setup and overclock? Thanks for your reply!

Note: I've run memtest with my RAM (both sticks seperately and together) with no errors, so my RAM sticks are still functional.

well, there are lots of things to try. it's not about the ram being bad... it's about mismatched ram in a system under an overclock. That will trip up most pcs at some point.

that said, AMD's HT/NB has it's own quirks when overclocking. sometimes you need to bump the voltages to them to stabilize at higher clocks. often you need to bump the voltage on the ram as well. It will probably take a little experimenting to figure out what's going on. Worst case scenario you got bad luck and a chip with a weak core. that can happen too.
 
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Hey guys! I was recommended to this club by Alastair. I'm having trouble overclocking my FX-8320 past 4.4 Ghz. I've tried pushing VCore to it's max and yet, no results. I know of people who push this CPU to 4.7 with the same motherboard.

My last try to get 4.5 ended up in failure. I have no idea what is wrong. No combination of FSB and Multiplier will work (Though FSB overclocking seems to be more stable).

FSB: 215x21 (4.5 Ghz)
Motherboard: 990FXA-UD80 (no LLC)
Cooling: H100i, never exceeds 53 degrees at max load
Vcore: 1.65 volts idle, 1.58 volts load
RAM: 2xCorsair 2GB and 2xBallistix 4GB (12 GB Total)
RAM Voltage: 1.67 volts
RAM Clock: 1600 mhz
RAM Timing: 9-9-9-24 (Manually set)
NB: 2200
HT: 2600
NB Voltage: 1.35 volts

I really don't know what's wrong. I pass 4.4 Ghz at 1.38 volts load with flying colors, but I can't pass 4.5 Ghz at 1.58 volts, it doesn't make sense to me. I use both Prime95 and IBT AVX to bench. IBT freezes my computer and Prime95 shows a core failure (same core every time, core 6). I know that if anyone were to help me, it would be the overclocking geniuses in this club. Thanks in advance!

Many people said it was my RAM, but I've tried overclocking with only two RAM sticks with no luck. These sticks of RAM have never given me issues even with overclocking my 965 and 1090T.

More info on my issue here (My original thread):
http://www.overclock.net/t/1530936/fx-8320-stuck-at-4-5-ghz/60#post_23319886

As I mentioned before, dump the mismatched ram it's the main ingredient for instability stew tongue.gif

After doing so try running OCCT at a mild overclock, about ten minutes worth, then post screen shots of the voltage and temp graphs it produces upon shutdown. ( spoiler them please) . That should let us know if there is a particular weakness in your power delivery system , or cooling. Then maybe we can make a plan to push things higher.

The 8320 I have will prime at 4.3ghz on the stock cooler, on the 990fxa gd-65, and that's not nearly the motherboard or cooling that you have, could just be that your chip isn't the golden silicon everyone is looking for.
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As I mentioned before, dump the mismatched ram it's the main ingredient for instability stew tongue.gif

After doing so try running OCCT at a mild overclock, about ten minutes worth, then post screen shots of the voltage and temp graphs it produces upon shutdown. ( spoiler them please) . That should let us know if there is a particular weakness in your power delivery system , or cooling. Then maybe we can make a plan to push things higher.

The 8320 I have will prime at 4.3ghz on the stock cooler, on the 990fxa gd-65, and that's not nearly the motherboard or cooling that you have, could just be that your chip isn't the golden silicon everyone is looking for.

Alright, prepare for a flurry of pictures in the spoiler. Here are my results from a stable 4.4 Ghz (1.48 load) OCCT test. There's nothing that jumps out at me that's "weak" frown.gif

EDIT: Hmm, CPU-Z says it was 1.48-1.49, but OCCT says it's 1.5 ish.
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Edited by Meisgoot312 - 12/24/14 at 4:10pm
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1,48 vcore is absolutely to high for puny 4,4 Ghz
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