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I meant the PSU itself. Make sure it's nice and clean inside. The power draw of the 1100 is nothing like the 8xxx would be. These are power hungry beasts. It's possible that the refurb is having troubles and these are the early signs. You need to be very careful with a dying PSU if that's what it is. If the PSU goes down for the count it can take a lot of other components with it.

yep i know you meant about cleaning the psu:)


and for the watts it seems like the 1100t is more http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/2012/11/06/amd-fx-8350-review/7 498 at 4.2ghz for the 1100t and 368 for the 3850 at 4.8ghzs

i never knew 1100t used that much watts....

also another site shows the 1100t higher. http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/fx-8350-vishera-review,3328-16.html


I also tested the rails volts with my meter at load and they all rock solid... solid 12v and solid 3.3v. But yea if it has a shut down again will try the other psu.
Edited by gordesky1 - 1/6/15 at 9:41am
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Well I'm a bit skeptical of those results my self but either way, I would keep an eye on that thing. If you want to put a large load on the PSU run P95 blend with Heaven bech running in a loop in the background. That'll max your cpu and gpus. See if that PSU has any legs left in it.
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i would be willing ot bet 1.25 is more then plenty

1.2 is probably good

What CPU/NB frequency are people using for DDR3-2133 (1 4GB stick for each channel)? There's some guides that suggest 2200 is enough but what are everyone's experiences?

What about HT Link speed for 2x 290x with heavy OC?

Does storage on the Sabertooth pass through the HT Link also? I have 2x SSD in RAID0 (along with slow storage)
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yep i know you meant about cleaning the psu:)


and for the watts it seems like the 1100t is more http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/2012/11/06/amd-fx-8350-review/7 498 at 4.2ghz for the 1100t and 368 for the 3850 at 4.8ghzs

i never knew 1100t used that much watts....

also another site shows the 1100t higher. http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/fx-8350-vishera-review,3328-16.html


I also tested the rails volts with my meter at load and they all rock solid... solid 12v and solid 3.3v. But yea if it has a shut down again will try the other psu.

I didn't know the x6 used more power either redface.gif

Come to think of it though, it kind of makes sense..... 45nm with 6 physical cores should be using more power......
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Figured it out... more issues lol, this board was autoing to some dumb timings rofl at 9-9-9-24 would auto REF cycle time to a stupid 300ns....what the hell... no wonder was seeing some lag/hitch/bad performance at times in some games....set to 160ns holy **** runs right/ridiculously better now rofl with NB/HT bumped up of course.
Edited by RJ-Savage - 1/6/15 at 12:02pm
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I didn't know it made that much of a difference...
I run all 4 DIMMs on my system at 300ns to acheive the highest possible clock speeds, and it seems to do better that way. I may tinker with this later.... Mind you, I'm only on a 4GHz thuban, with DDR3 1600 redface.gif
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Figured it out... more issues lol, this board was autoing to some dumb timings rofl at 9-9-9-24 would auto REF cycle time to a stupid 300ns....what the hell... no wonder was seeing some lag/hitch/bad performance at times in some games....set to 160ns holy **** runs right/ridiculously better now rofl with NB/HT bumped up of course.

shouldn't that 24 be closer to 27?

I don't claim to know everything there is to know about ram timings but i could have sworn the rule of thumb was for the Tras=Trcd+(2*CL) and if needed +or- 1, so in this case you'd be 9+ (2*9) = 27... so a viable Tras would be 26,27,28... isn't 24 too low?

did that rule change in the 10 years since i bothered to learn it and i just missed the memo? I mean somethings have changed about ram since i last really looked at it, but nothing pointed to this rule being changed dramatically.
 
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I'm no expert on timings myself....Should I go/try 27?
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Just saying when I dropped cycle time to like how its suppose to be, frame minimums improved quite a bit/just more consistency etc in like WoW etc....Still its WoW though poorly coded/optimized just kinda runs bad on AMD....

Every other game almost pretty much no where near as many issues with frames....so yeah its WoW why the hell with all the catering to Intel/Nvidia in that game? rofl
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I'm no expert on timings myself....Should I go/try 27?

I don't know. I was legit asking a question about it. i'm sorta curious if this rule got changed. In my experience if the Tras is too low your system gets unstable. but i don't really remember much beyond that. i don't play with ram timing much to tell you the truth.

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Just saying when I dropped cycle time to like how its suppose to be, frame minimums improved quite a bit/just more consistency etc in like WoW etc....Still its WoW though poorly coded/optimized just kinda runs bad on AMD....

Every other game almost pretty much no where near as many issues with frames....so yeah its WoW why the hell with all the catering to Intel/Nvidia in that game? rofl

ok, so there was an improvement changing the Tras. that's good. Sorta reafferming what i know about ram there.

And yes, WoW runs like junk on AMD anything. It's definitely an nvidia/intel platform.
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