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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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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
Welcome to the best performance computing website in the world smile.gif
Plenty of Gigabyte guys here, I'm sure you can find some help from them
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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


Bear in mind my 8320 will not do more then 4500mhz, it is not a heat issue, I have identified core 4 and 7 as 'weak' I require 1.488v for 4500mhz, I will not consider higher clocks.
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Bear in mind my 8320 will not do more then 4500mhz, it is not a heat issue, I have identified core 4 and 7 as 'weak' I require 1.488v for 4500mhz, I will not consider higher clocks.

ahh the silicon lottery. makes me feel anxious and excited at the same time. i've got my retarded cpu's and gpu's in the past. hopefully the silicon gods will be nice to me. I've been blessed with really good clocking cpu's the last few months hopefully the trend continues. just got the green light with my favorite neighborhood computer shop. ima leave in a few minutes
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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

encourage %100... it's not always the first board to get recommended around here but there is nothing wrong with it, its an amazing board, just wasn't "the board" to get for the 990fx series boards tongue.gif
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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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The fact he has LLC means he has the control, stereotype stays. It also applies to Rev 1.0 Gigas.
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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

Dear god, no arguments here. Heck, it applies to all 900-series Rev 1.0 boards, UD3 and 5's included. Thankfully it seems as if stores are empty of 1.0s.
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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
Welcome to the best performance computing website in the world smile.gif
Plenty of Gigabyte guys here, I'm sure you can find some help from them

My guess is APM. The BIOS has so much stuff in there, a pic of the CMOS, Advanced BIOS, M.I.T., and PC Health pages would probably be more helpful then trying to remember all your settings.
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As a 990FXA-UD5 owner Rev 1.0 Yes the Vdroop was a bit to work around, but the quality of the rest of the board was very very good.
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Dear god, no arguments here. Heck, it applies to all 900-series Rev 1.0 boards, UD3 and 5's included. Thankfully it seems as if stores are empty of 1.0s.
My guess is APM. The BIOS has so much stuff in there, a pic of the CMOS, Advanced BIOS, M.I.T., and PC Health pages would probably be more helpful then trying to remember all your settings.

I have turned all of those off (APM). In HWMonitor i do notice mt nb temp jumping around. It will run stable in prime for a few min then it drops out both volts and clock speed down to 11x. The last run i turned off Hardware Thermal Control. It ran stable with no drops, however I got blue screened. I will say that I did bump my NB sink putting my board in (it was a bit lose) booted up temps seemed fine. After a few runs paste seems to have reestablished a stiff contact. Seems like something is telling my system to gear down. Temp sensor on NB causing a problem? My cooler is a Noctua NH D14. Temps are 45c on the chip and 68c on nb on load.
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what's your highest socket temp???? (I believe its been said to stay under 80) just out of curiosity.... and it still sounds like you have thermal throttle on or something... you made sure every single power saving option was off? there are like 8
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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

Thanks that's a relief but when I bumped the bus up to 210 it did give me a .05 rounding error and stopped all work on that core so is there a setting I can change to stop it from dropping out.
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