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Pfft... ask for a 1v1 then make the other person gimp their chip so that yours has an advantage....
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I think it was all in fun Flail smile.gif
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Pfft... ask for a 1v1 then make the other person gimp their chip so that yours has an advantage....

You talkin' to me? rolleyes.gif
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Quick question guys, is it normal for low leaking chips such as my 8370E to just freeze the system when having too low Vcore during prime?
As opposed to my old 8350 wich ran fine with sometimes way too low voltage but threw errors instead, but rarely gave system freezes.

Gunning for over 5GHz if it is possible but the 8370E seems very picky about Vcore, much more so than my old 8350, but that struggles hard and was temp limited above 4,95GHz.

I'm on saberkitty and custom loop with cpu, vrm, nb and gpu in the loop, watertemp equalizing at about 28-30 degrees celsius during load.

I seem to have tried every setting under digi+ settings and upped VDDA, NB and NB-HT voltages trying to wiggle through this system freezing but only Vcore and sometimes cpuNB voltage seems to help, apart from backing off the frequency that is rolleyes.gif

Is this behavior to be expected with these new low leaking visheras or might it just be my luck/unluck of the draw here?
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Pfft... ask for a 1v1 then make the other person gimp their chip so that yours has an advantage....
sok ill run it just to see although firestike is harsh in scoring for fx...should be interesting to see if mine at stock turbo speeds runs well
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Quick question guys, is it normal for low leaking chips such as my 8370E to just freeze the system when having too low Vcore during prime?
As opposed to my old 8350 wich ran fine with sometimes way too low voltage but threw errors instead, but rarely gave system freezes.

Gunning for over 5GHz if it is possible but the 8370E seems very picky about Vcore, much more so than my old 8350, but that struggles hard and was temp limited above 4,95GHz.

I'm on saberkitty and custom loop with cpu, vrm, nb and gpu in the loop, watertemp equalizing at about 28-30 degrees celsius during load.

I seem to have tried every setting under digi+ settings and upped VDDA, NB and NB-HT voltages trying to wiggle through this system freezing but only Vcore and sometimes cpuNB voltage seems to help, apart from backing off the frequency that is rolleyes.gif

Is this behavior to be expected with these new low leaking visheras or might it just be my luck/unluck of the draw here?

you practically asked my question.
my 8320 (not the E one) never did anything other than freezing the system when priming beyond 4,9ghz.
running ibt@5ghz and 1.5 volts - passed.
running prime95 large with the same settings - freeze within seconds.
upped vcore up to 1.58 - didn't help.
upped cpu-nb up to 1.35 - didn't help.
upped vdda to 2.55 - passed the first large loop. thought I nailed it. skipped the test and restart later on - freeze within a few minutes.
freaked out.
upped vdda up to 2.6 - didn't help.

some people say that prime95 sucks with fx chips.
or fx chips suck with prime95.
depends on how you look at it. wink.gif
but what remains that I don't really understand why linpack runs just fine while prime95 doesn't although linpack pushes even more.
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So while 5GHz is stable for me with 20 Maximum runs of IBT, I don't think it's quite stable. AC Unity started crashing and the only temporary fix was to lower my frequency. 2K15 that runs pretty much at 60FPS was running in the sub 40s at 5GHz no matter what voltage settings I used. 4.8/4.9GHz runs it on 60FPS so something is not quite stable with the 5GHz. I tried a 50 Run IBT Max and the 5GHz OC failed around run 45. I can't really use prime, at least small fft because eventually the temps will go beyond 70C Core (negative thermal margins) even with my SP120L cranked up to 2400/2700RPM. Good news is I can have 2600MHz NB with 4.9GHz. Bad news is I don't know what the issue is for my 5GHz OC. My guess is cooling/temperature spikes?
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Originally Posted by Spacebug View Post

Quick question guys, is it normal for low leaking chips such as my 8370E to just freeze the system when having too low Vcore during prime?
As opposed to my old 8350 wich ran fine with sometimes way too low voltage but threw errors instead, but rarely gave system freezes.

Gunning for over 5GHz if it is possible but the 8370E seems very picky about Vcore, much more so than my old 8350, but that struggles hard and was temp limited above 4,95GHz.

I'm on saberkitty and custom loop with cpu, vrm, nb and gpu in the loop, watertemp equalizing at about 28-30 degrees celsius during load.

I seem to have tried every setting under digi+ settings and upped VDDA, NB and NB-HT voltages trying to wiggle through this system freezing but only Vcore and sometimes cpuNB voltage seems to help, apart from backing off the frequency that is rolleyes.gif

Is this behavior to be expected with these new low leaking visheras or might it just be my luck/unluck of the draw here?

Prime95 and "Freezing" is usually a lack of Dram voltage and or CPU/NB voltage or sometimes even a combination of the two.
My 9590 and my 8350 both can pass 24 hrs of P95 all this talk about FX not liking Prime95 is a sign IMHO.

It's all about balance. The 9590 was tougher to stabilize and what I learned is it's much more sensitive to voltage alterations.
In other words make only small (tiny) changes and then retest.
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It's all about balance. The 9590 was tougher to stabilize and what I learned is it's much more sensitive to voltage alterations.
In other words make only small (tiny) changes and then retest.

You hit it right on the head Sandman thumb.gif
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No.
I hope you will be at least as happy with it as I am with my Fatality Pro 990FX. As mentioned, I hit a wall at 4.6GHz on my 8320E, but it OC'd my PII for a little over 3 years without a hiccup. It has been reunited with my PII and will function as a home server soon (PLEX/Backups). I may even get another FX chip to put in it. cheers.gif


5.0 with Hyper 212 EVO Yes On winter and good chip.

Here now its summer i just 4.615Ghz with 26°C ambient aprox 72°C Full Load.

http://valid.x86.fr/3mf3tv Check the vcore. ITB AVX standar pass but veryhigh at round 3 Bluescreen, But Now its stable with 1.39vcore on bios

http://valid.x86.fr/r13exi
    
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