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Originally Posted by giooliva View Post

i tried to ramp up the vcore two more ticks, 55 deg is the average temp at prime95,
another things is it doesn't downclock when im at idle,

Did you turn the APM off? that automatically adjust the power distribution on all cores to even them out and make them stable but the downside is underclocking some cores.
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For thoose of you who use IBT, do you run it just on standard for 10-20 passes or at another setting. Thanks.
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For thoose of you who use IBT, do you run it just on standard for 10-20 passes or at another setting. Thanks.

I do a quick standard 20 runs for stability and temps. then if they pass i run it on very high for 20 runs for added measure
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i already turned off all the protection/application and sitll its downclocking the oc stable but it is downclocking
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do you think formatting my whole cpu would help? maybe this is a software issue or protection issues?
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do you think formatting my whole cpu would help? maybe this is a software issue or protection issues?

End of the day if im truthful i really think its a board issue and you are not going to get a very good overclock on these chips. 4+1 phase isnt great for overclocking.

I maybe wrong but you say you have disabled every power saving option there is. So that leaves one option and your board isnt great for overclocking.

I wouldnt think its a software issue i just think your board is your limitation here.

Take it how you will and i dont mean to offend here.

Lets see what you have posted before:

1. You have disabled all power saving settings eg cool n quiet c6 state apm
2. You have put a fan on the vrm to cool it.
3 you have put more vcore through the chip

I highly doubt it would be your psu so that leaves one culprit and thats the board
Edited by gertruude - 11/30/12 at 9:44am
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End of the day if im truthful i really think its a board issue and you are not going to get a very good overclock on these chips. 4+1 phase isnt great for overclocking.

I maybe wrong but you say you have disabled every power saving option there is. So that leaves one option and your board isnt great for overclocking.

I wouldnt think its a software issue i just think your board is your limitation here.

Take it how you will and i dont mean to offend here.

btw honestly i want to get a better board,
but for the mean time i want to have atleast 4ghz on it, i know 4ghz is not that far right? maybe some asrock users would help me here
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btw honestly i want to get a better board,
but for the mean time i want to have atleast 4ghz on it, i know 4ghz is not that far right? maybe some asrock users would help me here

any chance you can post bios settings? like a screenshot or something.
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guys i found the criminal on this malfunction whenever the temperature goes 51.5 deg it automatically drop the multiplier? anyone know how can i turn off that protection thing?
post #4590 of 67269
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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

At a glance, it sounds like the monitor is not calibrated properly for the resolution the bios is using. Most monitors have an 'auto' button or setting which will recalibrate the scan frequency and screen position for the current resolution. Give that a try first. If that doesn't work, test it with another monitor, just to be sure. If that doesn't work, i'd next try a different video card, and if you still get that problem, THEN I'd consider the mobo RMA.
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