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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?

Will pm you my email address KyadCK and give your profile and bios a try, at this stage I think its my PSU holding me back, 4 year old coolmaster 850w that has served me well but in this build I'm running 12 x 120mm fans as well as dual pumps, so might be cutting it fine.
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post #4602 of 67375
So, I've given up on p95 completely. I started LinX when I left for work, and it passed ~7hours using 6GB of ram, I turned on P95 when I got home, and it failed in 3 minutes...

OCCT also passed the OC, and this has also been 100% stable, it's never crashed anything other than P95, which was only a worker failing, and I hear of people using AMD Overdrive. Does Overdrive work well? I'm so used to P95 I just want to make sure that I cover all bases now that I'm not using it.
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Hi Guys

For your interest I have done some research on 8350 and crossfire

http://www.overclock.net/t/1333027/amd-fx-8350-vs-i5-3570k-single-gpu-and-crossfire-gpu
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If you can only run p95 for 3min then your system is not stable. An application that doesn't perform floating point operations isn't going to have rounding errors. Many apps don't even bother to check that the calculation is correct. Most tests have the purpose to heat the cpu and the idea is that the PC will either lock up or crash. That is a bad assumption. It could also be that the calculations are not correct but the PC does not freeze up or crash. So you need to know what success means.
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AMD Overdrive is very good for stability testing

http://sites.amd.com/us/game/downloads/amd-overdrive/pages/overview.aspx
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Came across something strange last night.
If I run 2 copys of prime with only 4 threads each its sweet and set it so it only uses 1 core per modual. Lasted 12 hours before I stopped it.
Other wise running 8 threads in 1 copy it starts dropping cores after awhile.
Normally core 7 first.
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Came across something strange last night.
If I run 2 copys of prime with only 4 threads each its sweet and set it so it only uses 1 core per modual. Lasted 12 hours before I stopped it.
Other wise running 8 threads in 1 copy it starts dropping cores after awhile.
Normally core 7 first.

i would put my money that not all the cores are getting 100% taxed when doing that
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Hi everyone,

After updating to the latest version of HWINFO32, I've found it reporting a new thermal sensor, on the mobo (I'm using the 990FXA-UD3). It's called CPU and it seems a lot more accurate than either the socket temp or the core temp, in that it is very close to the core temp under load (usually the same or 0.5C difference) but does not drop to insane values like 12C in idle, but stays somewhere at a believable 35C. This would make the sensor very valuable if proven to be accurate I guess, but more of you guys can try if out if you want and let me know what you think. I have no idea what it does on other boards :-)

Here's a screenshot:


RED is the Core temp as reported by the CPU sensor
BLUE is the socket temp that I've been reading so far on the mobo
GREEN is the new temp that was not present in any monitoring program so far.. and that seems really accurate.
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Here is my 24/7 clock for 5ghz if any is interested.


The only thing I did was disable, all power saving features, all llc to max expect cpu llc to ultra. The only voltage I changed was cpu.
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So, I've given up on p95 completely. I started LinX when I left for work, and it passed ~7hours using 6GB of ram, I turned on P95 when I got home, and it failed in 3 minutes...

OCCT also passed the OC, and this has also been 100% stable, it's never crashed anything other than P95, which was only a worker failing, and I hear of people using AMD Overdrive. Does Overdrive work well? I'm so used to P95 I just want to make sure that I cover all bases now that I'm not using it.

It's a test, make of it what you will. I do not find Overdrive as thorough as, say, IBT, but that doesn't mean it isn't good. And you can chose what cores to push, what to push them with (Floating, Integer, etc). It's a fairly versatile program.
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68 is getting toasty. It might be starting to throttle for protection
I thought NB temps could get into the 70's with no prob?

They can, but sometimes it pays to be careful. Ph IIs had a "max" temp of 62C, that didn't stop them from becoming unstable over 55C sometimes. AMD loves the cold. The lower that number is, the better, both for stability and scaling. No reason this couldn't apply to other things made by AMD, such as chipsets.
Edited by KyadCK - 11/30/12 at 4:39pm
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