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So, I've been running Memtest86+ v4.2 to test the ram and no errors but
it doesn't detect the timings or the ram type correctly. It says ddr 2 and then something like 1-2-1 for timings... smile.gif

BIOS and cpuz6.2 see it all correctly. Prime95 is also stable.

Is the new Memtest86+ buggy or what do you guys think?

RAM is G.Skill Sniper 1866Mhz DDR3.
post #4522 of 67351
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Hey guys, i posted this question in the saber club but so far no one has responded and thought since a lot of you have sabers you might know whats up.

i just built a system for a friend and fired it up. the bios is acting funny. its not scaled to the screen and the only part that shows up is where the mouse is. i installed windows just fine and then updated the bios but it is doing the same thing. This is the R2 version with an 8350 installed. Any ideas on how to fix it or if it has to be RMA'd would be great

Also like a true friend he wouldn't buy the 8320 i am trying to sell because he wanted the 8350 for better overclocking mad.giftongue.gif

Hah, shame I'm strapped for cash right now, the ESXi server would use another 2 cores, even if they do have to run stock. Maybe when all the RAM I'm selling is sold I'll have enough in paypal to take it off your hands. tongue.gif

Its just sitting here calling your name... tongue.gif

Also here is what the bios looks like: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

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Did you try other video outputs? updating BIOS?
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I just got my FX-8350 a couple days ago.
I am running it on a GA-990FXA-UD3 mobo, rev 1.1 with F9 BIOS.
The cooler is Noctua NH-D14.
RAM is Corsair Vengeance blue 2x4GB DDR3-1600 . Waiting for my 4x8GB DDR3-1866 for Newegg. Hope they will fit with the Noctua ..
I'm using a Cooler Master HAF-XM case with a 200mm side fan installed.
PSU is Raidmax 1200W.

This build also has the best cable management of any PC I have ever built, considering it has two SSD in RAID, two HD also in RAID, and two GPUs (560 Ti and 9800 GT0. Plus another Sil3132 card for the eSATA enclosures... Really loving the new HAF-XM case.

Now on to the overclocking part.

I can OC to 5GHz at 200x25 and increasing just the vcore. Windows boots OK. I can do about a couple minutes of video encoding with no issue.
But Prime 95 is another story.

I disabled all the power saving stuff (APM, C1E, C6, etc) to try to stress it. Put Windows in high perf power saving mode also.

And running P95. At 5 GHz it almost instantly hangs the machine completely. No one has done 5 GHz on air with this chip and I probably won't be the first, so I am not really trying to reach for that high for now.

At 4.6 GHz, I was able to run about 7 hours, then one thread failed. This is probably longer than I will ever stress my CPU so it is probably stable enough at 4.6 Ghz.

I have been trying At 4.8 GHz which has been done on air by at least a couple people with the NH-D14 . But having a hard time getting P95 to run for more than about 30 minutes no matter what BIOS settings I try.

I would appreciate hearing from other 990FXA-UD3 owners with this chip what exact BIOS settings you are using .

My last attempt was this :

CPU clock ratio x24 4800
Northbridge freq auto 2200
CPB off
CPU host control auto
CPU frequency 200
PCIE clock auto

HT link width auto
HT link frequency auto 2600
DRAM EOCP Disabled
set memory clock Manual
memory clock x8 1600

voltage Manual
CPU PLL normal 2.5V
DRAM voltage normal 1.5V
DDR VTT normal 0.75V
NB voltage normal 1.10V
HT Link voltage control normal 1.2V
NB/PCIe/PLL Voltage Control normal 1.8V
CPU NB VID normal
CPU voltage +0.15V 1.4875V

Load Line Calibration Extreme

Prime95 fails at 30 mins

I have tried lower Vcore voltage but usually P95 fails even earlier at 4.8 GHz ....

Maybe OC with the FSB is the answer with my chip ?

But I have not been able to increase the FSB even to 225 without getting the mobo completely unstable, to the point of not even getting to the setup menu and having to clear the CMOS pins ...
It's a PITA having to reset all the other 20+ BIOS no-default settings that are not related to OC, let alone the OC settings.

If you are using this board with FSB overclock, I would like to know the secret. And yes I know to set PCIE to 100 and lower the HT frequency and memory clocks. Even with the very lowest multipliers that the board will allow (underclocking to 1.5 GHz or so), I could not get FSB of 225 MHz to properly boot...
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So, I've been running Memtest86+ v4.2 to test the ram and no errors but
it doesn't detect the timings or the ram type correctly. It says ddr 2 and then something like 1-2-1 for timings... smile.gif
BIOS and cpuz6.2 see it all correctly. Prime95 is also stable.
Is the new Memtest86+ buggy or what do you guys think?
RAM is G.Skill Sniper 1866Mhz DDR3.

Like that on all BD and PD.
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madbrain, I don't have a gigabyte board. Sounds like you already covered the basis tho. 4.6Ghz looks realistic based on what you say, though even that in my opinion needs to be tweaked a bit more because you should be able to run longer than 7hrs. I belive 12 to 24hrs is considered stable.

Also, as some have said, Prime95 is more of stability test than a stress test. I'd suggest that @ 4.6 you run IBT for 3 hrs then see how long it will take prime95 (blend) to lose a core.
Edited by bios0110 - 11/29/12 at 10:14pm
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bmgjet, thanks. I take it though that the memtest tests are still reliable it is just the stat detection that is buggy?
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*TON OF STUFF*

Alright, few things.

1: Prime is a PITA, try Intel Burn Test and OCCT.

2: BIOS F9 managed to mess up LLC. If you would like to try it, I have a copy of the F9e BIOS where it does work.

3: Sorry to say it, but Giga is kinda iffy on the whole FSB thing. I think one guy with a UD5 got a FSB clock to work, otherwise Giga has been pretty much all-multi.

4: Dunno if you're giving the board enough time, but a failed OC at POST, it'll reboot with "stock" on it's own and give you a heads up after 20 seconds. Also, when you have the settings you want, press F11 on the BIOS "home" screen, and save your profile. You can save up to 8 different setting profiles. When you need to get them back, press F12, and chose the profile.

Lets see, settings...

FSB: 200
CPU: 5000Mhz (x25)
NB: 2200Mhz (x11)
HT: 2600Mhz (x13)
PCI-e: 100
RAM: 1600 (x8)
RAM timings: 10-10-10-27 1T

vCore: 1.5v
CPU/NB: 1.2v (stock)
NB: 1.1v (stock)
HT: 1.2v (stock)
NB/HT/PCI-e PLL: 1.8v (stock)
CPU PLL: 2.695v
RAM: 1.515v (theres some vdroop, the extra .015 compensates for it)

HT link width: 16-bit
LLC: High
Turbo: Off
C'n'Q: On
APM: Off
C1E: Off
C6: Off
AMD-V: On
IOMMU: On

Want something more complete, I'll give you a copy of my BIOS, and you'll get my profiles with it.

Any other questions?
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hmmmm not gonna lie, my UEFI is like that too but only for a split second. IF i hit 'del' and go into UEFI settings, the mouse pops up and wherever i drag it across the screen reveals the UEFI homescreen but it only lasts for 1 second at the most... i can take a video if you are interested but I just chalked mine up to loading the UEFI fully before "revealing" does yours ever fully show up???

so i guess it works perfectly connected HDMI thinking.gif
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hmmmm not gonna lie, my UEFI is like that too but only for a split second. IF i hit 'del' and go into UEFI settings, the mouse pops up and wherever i drag it across the screen reveals the UEFI homescreen but it only lasts for 1 second at the most... i can take a video if you are interested but I just chalked mine up to loading the UEFI fully before "revealing" does yours ever fully show up???

so i guess it works perfectly connected HDMI thinking.gif
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Hell ya, got it in one. wheee.gif

Sometimes GPUs derp out a bit. Typical unexplainable weirdness that makes you scratch your head.
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hmmmm not gonna lie, my UEFI is like that too but only for a split second. IF i hit 'del' and go into UEFI settings, the mouse pops up and wherever i drag it across the screen reveals the UEFI homescreen but it only lasts for 1 second at the most... i can take a video if you are interested but I just chalked mine up to loading the UEFI fully before "revealing" does yours ever fully show up???

so i guess it works perfectly connected HDMI thinking.gif
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Hell ya, got it in one. wheee.gif

Sometimes GPUs derp out a bit. Typical unexplainable weirdness that makes you scratch your head.

Good call kyad, i am still getting over the flu so my brain is still a little drool.gif but i hadn't ever seen that before and hadn't thought of a DIFFERENT input. i did try unplugging the input and plugging it back in. can't wait to get rid of the rest of this damn flu mad.gif
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