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M5A97 EVO R2.0

Best 6+2 board in EU.

I simply want to get stable at 5 GHZ, am I asking too much? I put fans everywhere. Even in the backplate.

5Ghz almost HAS to have a 8+2 phase VRM setup
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I would think 5ghz is asking alot from a 6+2 970 board, forcing it too much can lead to combustion of board components.

which destroys the board, half the time takes the Chip and or the power supply with it.
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if you can settle for 4.8, its slightly safer for your Vrms, and you are still in the Uarch sweet spot past the voltage wall.

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30 min. of prime will not tell you much. Especially if you are doing blend test, because prime blend test will test various areas of your system and if it does not run for hours, then only certain areas will be tested. I really think you need to accept the fact that your system is NOT stable.

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If I can accept the fact I'm not IBT stable, then there's no problem at all. In everything else it is more than stable, even on Prime95, only IBT doesn't like this chip.
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When your windows install becomes corrupt and weird stuff starts happening and it's all going a bit wrong, we'll suggest a fresh install and lower clock speeds just like we are now sans the install. You should listen to the advice you're being given, they're been here longer than you and know more than you in most cases. Don't be "that guy"...



Listen to those guys 3DVu.. they know what they are talking about this and so do I

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I am considering to downclock to 4.9 GHZ at the moment, with 4.9 GHZ 1.52 V is more than enough. Would be a double win, wouldn't it?

That may help a little bit.. the reason why you are not stable is because you are pushing the motherboard too hard right now.. has nothing to do with anything else.
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biggrin.gif 1.52 nets me 5.1 ghz lol.... just bragging




I couldn't find the one where I ran IBT on very high... dang it.. but still... kinda proves my point oh,,, but notice that the vcore is 1.488 lol... so yeah... 1.52 shouldn't be hard to believe for passing on very high.

and I think we will join in a lynch mob and burn you at the stake gunner.gif

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I noticed in a AMD Bulldozer and Piledriver Overclocking Guide the default HT speed is 2600, does this hold true for the 8320E? My board has been clocking it at 2000.

I have since set the HT to 2600, so far without issue. I just want to be sure if 2600 is in fact default for the 8320E?

2600 is fine they are all the same arch, just different clocks and different binning, the thing is that it most likely is lower to fit in that 95w envelope that they sell the E version as
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2600 is fine they are all the same arch, just different clocks and different binning, the thing is that it most likely is lower to fit in that 95w envelope that they sell the E version as

Makes sense, thank you very much.
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I am considering to downclock to 4.9 GHZ at the moment, with 4.9 GHZ 1.52 V is more than enough. Would be a double win, wouldn't it?

Clock it down to 4.7/8ghz and call it a day, you will pop that mother board and it probably will take the CPU with it meaning a big bill your way.
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Clock it down to 4.7/8ghz and call it a day, you will pop that mother board and it probably will take the CPU with it meaning a big bill your way.

I guess I'll get down to 4.8, or return the M5A97 EVO and buy a sabretooth. 50/50.
 
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I noticed in a AMD Bulldozer and Piledriver Overclocking Guide the default HT speed is 2600, does this hold true for the 8320E? My board has been clocking it at 2000.

I have since set the HT to 2600, so far without issue. I just want to be sure if 2600 is in fact default for the 8320E?

2600 it is. I recall mine (8320) dropping to 2200 after I tweaked settings around ,that might be the case with you. I think by default it drops to 2400 for mobos based on 970 chipset as well.
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5Ghz almost HAS to have a 8+2 phase VRM setup
Listen to those guys 3DVu.. they know what they are talking about this and so do I
That may help a little bit.. the reason why you are not stable is because you are pushing the motherboard too hard right now.. has nothing to do with anything else.
and I think we will join in a lynch mob and burn you at the stake gunner.gif
2600 is fine they are all the same arch, just different clocks and different binning, the thing is that it most likely is lower to fit in that 95w envelope that they sell the E version as

a lynch mob lol... then you'd have to fight amongst yourselves over my chip... who'd win lol... I actually think Johan is right, if I had a little more monstrous cooling on this chip... say chilled water or a bong style cooling system it wouldn't need the volts it does... seems more heat related instability... I can single core test 5.2 @ 1.5 volts and all is well... two cores... still good, but temps start to creep above 50C on three cores and poof unstable... I am doing some serious thinking about this: running hoses to a new 120x360mm rad over the output of my AC unit and keeping my current same size rad first inline after the cpu and pump so that the last thing the water goes through is the one over the AC... crazy?
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Will be getting my 8370e from PolRoger Monday:) well from what usps says but you never know about usps lol Finally will have a cpu that i know will clock good.
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a lynch mob lol... then you'd have to fight amongst yourselves over my chip... who'd win lol... I actually think Johan is right, if I had a little more monstrous cooling on this chip... say chilled water or a bong style cooling system it wouldn't need the volts it does... seems more heat related instability... I can single core test 5.2 @ 1.5 volts and all is well... two cores... still good, but temps start to creep above 50C on three cores and poof unstable... I am doing some serious thinking about this: running hoses to a new 120x360mm rad over the output of my AC unit and keeping my current same size rad first inline after the cpu and pump so that the last thing the water goes through is the one over the AC... crazy?

The difference will be small. 99% of the time the liquid temp in your loop equalizes. By putting your radiator in front of the A/C unit will drop temps overall. However it if your thinking that it will be super cold when it leaves that radiator your mistaken. The water doesn't spend enough time in the radiator for that.

IE say a 360x120x60 radiator has 2592ml capacity of water. Most pumps are in the 300GPH range or 1135000ml per hour. Meaning effectively the water is effectively refreshed 7.2 times per min. Keep in mind the capacity of radiator is no where near 2592ml, because that is just the volume of a square with the radiator dimensions. This is why people say loop order doesn't matter.
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The difference will be small. 99% of the time the liquid temp in your loop equalizes. By putting your radiator in front of the A/C unit will drop temps overall. However it if your thinking that it will be super cold when it leaves that radiator your mistaken. The water doesn't spend enough time in the radiator for that.

IE say a 360x120x60 radiator has 2592ml capacity of water. Most pumps are in the 300GPH range or 1135000ml per hour. Meaning effectively the water is effectively refreshed 7.2 times per min. Keep in mind the capacity of radiator is no where near 2592ml, because that is just the volume of a square with the radiator dimensions. This is why people say loop order doesn't matter.

not thinking it will be super cold... just a few deg, say 5C cooler over all... although, may be more... my AC is one of those beasts... temp tested at 90F outside and 70F inside it blows 42F air out... that being said... ambients in the room do matter... on a 60F indoor morning before I turn on the heat... my core temps under long runs of stress run about 6C less than the normal 70ish ambient temp I normally maintain... That being said, remember that currently I am only running one rad... in the ambient air, so I will be adding (doubling) my rad space and putting the second in line in much colder air than my current one has ever been in... and I'm thinking it will make at least 5C over all... I am keeping in mind though that this does nothing for inside case temps... and that when the entire room was cold it does help that too.
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not thinking it will be super cold... just a few deg, say 5C cooler over all... although, may be more... my AC is one of those beasts... temp tested at 90F outside and 70F inside it blows 42F air out... that being said... ambients in the room do matter... on a 60F indoor morning before I turn on the heat... my core temps under long runs of stress run about 6C less than the normal 70ish ambient temp I normally maintain... That being said, remember that currently I am only running one rad... in the ambient air, so I will be adding (doubling) my rad space and putting the second in line in much colder air than my current one has ever been in... and I'm thinking it will make at least 5C over all... I am keeping in mind though that this does nothing for inside case temps... and that when the entire room was cold it does help that too.

you will drop temps, but like i said If your idea was to get a low temperature of the water exiting the radiator that wouldn't be the right way to think thumb.gif

your temperature drops will come from having a more effective heat exchange due to lower ambient temps, or more radiator space since you are talking about adding more. Not because you have some "cold water" exiting your radiator. If that makes sense
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