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Originally Posted by Madmaximus View Post

Hey every one got a question. When running prime 95 on my sig rig with all stock settings (every thing on auto and also everything set to manual but at the stock setting) I get stable runs with no errors for as long as I want to run it. But when I set the vcore to 1.4 and the bus speed to 205 and run prime I still get stable runs with no errors but core 4 is always 2 tests behind all the other cores. When I bumped up the bus to 210 and ran prime core 4 drops out with the .05 rounding error but all the other cores run stable is my chip bad or is ther some setting I can change to fix this?

that's normal. these cpu's have cores that share resources on a module so one could go faster than the other vice/versa. nothing to worry about. if it was performing out of spec/abnormally prime would've sent out an error already
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Originally Posted by jprovido View Post

how about this is this better than the extreme 4?
Asus M5A88 V EVO
http://www.tipidpc.com/viewitem.php?iid=10922390
8+1 power phase. about 5USD cheaper than the extreme 4. what do you guys say? I'm planning to buy the system in a few hours
Asrock Extreme 4
http://www.tipidpc.com/viewitem.php?iid=21075738
dun care about features. what I want is OC performance. anything lower than 4.5ghz I would consider a failure (a reasonable expectation right?)

If you could find a M5A99FX EVO 2.0, it's been getting really good results and is reasonably priced as well. (It's almost identical to the PRO version.)
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Originally Posted by cssorkinman View Post

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I have used MSI boards almost exclusively for the last 10 years, have messed with around 50 of them, my experience with the brand might be giving me a little advantage over others trying to overclock with these boards( i sure hope that didn't sound boastful or like I'm bragging, that certainly was NOT my intent there smile.gif ) . If anyone has problems with or wants advice on the MSI 790, NF 980 or 990 FX boards shoot me a message and I will try to help you out. I also have experience with older MSI boards too , K7 delta ISLR and K8 neo nf4's in particular. I'm certainly not proclaiming to be an expert here, just letting people know that I'm willing to share whatever experience I have in order to help others out . smile.gif

100% agree with you and thx for the help offer, i m using quite exclusivly MSI boards since long time too and i never had any unsolvable problems, i ve run my 1090t on several MSI boards (870Afusion,k9n2diamond,NF980-G65 imported from US,990FXA-GD80, 990FX-GD55) and on some others too ,no problems with asus ones (formulaII, formulaV and even a cheap M5A78L LE)....the only board which drived me crazy was the gigabyte 990FX-UD71.0...perhaps i was too unexperimented or just unlucky but the VDrop was tremendous and i never succeded to reach a decent oc level and some kind of control on the Cpu voltage....shame i had no FX @ this time to test on em all





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Originally Posted by KyadCK View Post

The fact he has LLC means he has the control, stereotype stays. It also applies to Rev 1.0 Gigas.
...

to fix that gigabyte have stop the production of the rev1.0 and have gone for a revisted v1.1 with load line calibration option introduction, replacement of a resistor and the add of some circuits
for thoses who have a v1.0 they propose to customer a hard mod consisting to replace a resistor, but if u do this it kills the warrantie, i heared several users have toasted their mobos while trying to do it

imo if u cant get ur hands on a rev1.1 , it s better to skip Giga ud7 boards
Edited by UncleBlitz - 11/29/12 at 5:07pm
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hey just thought i'd chime in here real quick!

I have the ASRock 990FX Extreme4 and an FX-8350 and was able to reach a completely stable 4.5Ghz @ ~1.395v under load (LLC enabled, BIOS volt was set to 1.3625) when i only had an H60 to cool it.

last night i just upgraded to a fully custom water loop and am going to be retesting how far i can OC it.

but the extreme4 has been a GREAT board to me as long as i've owned it and overclocks just as good as the rest as far as my experience.

I don't think you could go wrong with the ASRock board IMHO but that choice is for you to make. also take a look at this thread, its a data compilation for FX-83XX chips and has board info and everything so you can look through it and see what boards are preforming good with OC's and at what voltage... hope it helps smile.gif
http://www.overclock.net/t/1331219/fx-83xx-data-collection-thread
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New to the forums long time stalker. I have a question. I have an OC at 4.8 on a 8320. When I run Prime, after a few minutes the temps and clock speeds jump around in cpzu. They drop to 2k and volts to 1.2 Ideas?

Here is my setup:
CPU: 8320
Mobo: ud3 Rev.1.1
psu corsair 650
Case: Corsair 500r
Heat sink: Noctua NH-D14
Ram: Gskill 1866 running at 1700 9-10-9-28 v 1.6
All power saving stuff: off
Turbo: off
FSB: 220
NB :2400
v core : 1.48
NB volt 1.2

Might be missing something. Let me get in my bios.
Temps in prime: 50 cpu and 74 nb
Edited by Workhorse10 - 11/29/12 at 5:06pm
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disable all power saving settings in bios APM, c6, thermal throttle, and all that jazz and see if that helps
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Yes, all that has already been disabled. That's why I am scratching my head.
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Asrock Extreme 4 it is then. hopefully a megahalems will be enough for the FX8320. I have the two stock h100i fans which are slightly faster than corsait SP120mm so I'm expecting they're perform great. just gonna check for stocks an I'm gonna leave in a few hours
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I couldn't reaist. I said I was going to wait until tomorrow to pick up an 8350. But I caved and stopped by Fry's on my way home from work. I can't wait to get this installed!
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Originally Posted by ComputerRestore View Post

If you could find a M5A99FX EVO 2.0, it's been getting really good results and is reasonably priced as well. (It's almost identical to the PRO version.)

http://www.tipidpc.com/viewitem.php?iid=18675312

it's even more expensive than my ivybridge board frown.gif (dunno how it's priced elsewhere)

they got everything I want in stock. asrock extreme 4 it is then. please encourage/stop me from buying this board. TIA
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