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I smell a troll... rolleyes.gif

It's not impossible, if you live in the north pole and don't run Prime95 or anything that loads over 30% the CPU.
 
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How are you testing for stability?

I like using occt for several hours. I know most people here like ibt, but I dont really care for it. Personally I have never had a problem using occt for checking for stability.
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I like using occt for several hours. I know most people here like ibt, but I dont really care for it. Personally I have never had a problem using occt for checking for stability.

It's good for stress testing the CPU, but I found Prime95 to produce way more heat.

So if you don't stress your CPU with the intention of checking your temps, it's amazingly good.

Plus it's full of graphics.
 
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It's good for stress testing the CPU, but I found Prime95 to produce way more heat.

So if you don't stress your CPU with the intention of checking your temps, it's amazingly good.

Plus it's full of graphics.

I found that checking for heat, on aida 64, using just the "fpu" setting (everything else checked, it doesn't produce high heat),it really produces a lot of heat, Prime for me doesn't produce as much heat as this does, my temperatures jump from 50c-51c on both the socket and cores.
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It's not impossible, if you live in the north pole and don't run Prime95 or anything that loads over 30% the CPU.
You can hit 35 opening a program smile.gif
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Seems like I am finally getting somewhere.
Just couldn't accept that my 8320 wouldn't clock past 4.8. biggrin.gif

4.8 with 1.5v and 1.3v on a 2680nb was stable: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Following that patern, increasing the Multi one step kept failing IBT on me. Tried as high as 1.5875v.
The trick was to increase my cpu-nb to 1.4v.

Now I am rather stable:


Temps are on the high side. But under IBT that is fine IMO.

I remember the days when I had no airflow over the back of the socket. Then my socket was a good 10c hotter than the cores.
    
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Seems like I am finally getting somewhere.
Just couldn't accept that my 8320 wouldn't clock past 4.8. biggrin.gif

4.8 with 1.5v and 1.3v on a 2680nb was stable: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Following that patern, increasing the Multi one step kept failing IBT on me. Tried as high as 1.5875v.
The trick was to increase my cpu-nb to 1.4v.

Now I am rather stable:


Temps are on the high side. But under IBT that is fine IMO.

I remember the days when I had no airflow over the back of the socket. Then my socket was a good 10c hotter than the cores.

No matter how you look at it, 1.3 V for 2700 MHZ isn't enough even for a golden chip.

I usually stick to 1.275 for 2600 MHZ. And 1.35 for 2700.
 
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would it be worth it to upgrade from a 8350 to a i5 3570k? what about a 4690k? for gaming purposes

What games?
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would it be worth it to upgrade from a 8350 to a i5 3570k? what about a 4690k? for gaming purposes

If you have a high refresh monitor it's worth it. If not then it depends on games you play. Generally, if you're unhappy with your minimum FPS for extended periods of time, and your GPU is nowhere near 100% load, then you'd see improvements on intel.

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would it be worth it to upgrade from a 8350 to a i5 3570k? what about a 4690k? for gaming purposes


depends. do you run quad xfire and 120hz monitors? if you do you'll see some benefit. if you run a couple of 60hz monitors and maybe a dual card xfire or sli configuration, then no. it's a pure sidegrade.
actually @ quadfire the 83xx stomps any 1155 socket, as there are what.... 16 lanes pcie 3.0 on 87/z97 ( iirc )

everyone please stop spreading that with quadfire and 144hz/120hz monitors intels are better ...... esp when you dont have one .....

on that note anyone hear from red, starting to get worried about him !

Their 16 lanes are faster than AMD's 32 lanes. PCI-e 3.0 has a better encoding standard than 2.0.

They just can't run Tri/QuadSLI without PLX chips because nVidia requires x8.
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actually @ quadfire the 83xx stomps any 1155 socket, as there are what.... 16 lanes pcie 3.0 on 87/z97 ( iirc )

everyone please stop spreading that with quadfire and 144hz/120hz monitors intels are better ...... esp when you dont have one .....

on that note anyone hear from red, starting to get worried about him !

I run a 144hz monitor. When I switched to intel, I liked the 60% more fps across the board that I got out of my HD 7770 (vsync'd 100hz plus blur reduction is a pleasure to have).
Please correct me when I am wrong to say "Generally, if you're unhappy with your minimum FPS for extended periods of time, and your GPU is nowhere near 100% load, then you'd see improvements on intel."
I would like to learn a thing or two here.

Surely I neglected to mention that mantle games will favor AMD, but that doesn't fit within 'general'. Also I'd like to assume that people run drivers and OC settings that work, but maybe I'm too idealistic here.

Also saying 'AMD favors quadfire because of more lanes' is a bit like saying 'a car with 8 wheels is faster than a car with 6 wheels'. May or may not be true, depending on situation.

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7770 and 144hz 1080. Oh god my sides. You need to learn balance dude. A good CPU and monitor mean nothing with a weak little GPU like that. Unless your games are so old that the hardware doesn't matter or you're playing at dead minimum settings, your FPS didn't go up at all. Should have bought a 7970/280X/770 instead of a new MB/CPU.

And no, Mantle favors more threads, be it FX-8 or i7.
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I have to run 1.4v on my cpu/nb for 2483 mhz with 16gb or ram (4X4 Sticks) at just over 2400 mhz to be stable.
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I have to run 1.4v on my cpu/nb for 2483 mhz with 16gb or ram (4X4 Sticks) at just over 2400 mhz to be stable.

That sounds a bit accurate, more RAM plus fast timings = higher stress on the IMC,

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Their 16 lanes are faster than AMD's 32 lanes. PCI-e 3.0 has a better encoding standard than 2.0.

They just can't run Tri/QuadSLI without PLX chips because nVidia requires x8.
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7770 and 144hz 1080. Oh god my sides. You need to learn balance dude. A good CPU and monitor mean nothing with a weak little GPU like that. Unless your games are so old that the hardware doesn't matter or you're playing at dead minimum settings, your FPS didn't go up at all. Should have bought a 7970/280X/770 instead of a new MB/CPU.

And no, Mantle favors more threads, be it FX-8 or i7.

LOL I just realized that he "noticed" the difference on such a GPU nice catch... By his statement that would mean that I am lying about getting 99-100% load on my TWO 280x's and going intel would make a 60% jump in frames? LOLOLOLOLOL
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