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https://helpx.adobe.com/illustrator/kb/gpu-performance-preview-improvements.html

That CPU will output a lot of heat, to be perfectly honest with you I find the heat output of my 8350 uncomfortable after a few hours of work and less so when gaming but at the moment my PC is located in a very compact office type room.
the only compact office I have is the bathroom...it's where the paperwork gets processed wink.gif
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I came to this configuration for that rig:

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I came to this configuration for that rig:

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COOLERMASTER V-series, V850
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SAMSUNG 850 EVO 250gb

Nice one.

I would probably get UD5 instead, but they are similiar...

Enjoy thumb.gif
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I know this is fx-8XXX club. I bought a 8350 when they still selling them in that nifty little red tin can. After trying to keep it cool with AIO mixed metal water cooler that corroded and slowly failed. It was good for 4.7 Ghz.

It gradually has degraded to where 4.2Ghz is the stable speed for it now. So now it is air cooled and it is the olde lady's daily driver.

Since AMD is binning them I decided I needed a FX-9XXX to replace the aged 8350. So i did it with a 9590.

This time all copper/brass. Watercool Heatkiller 3.0. I finally got 140mm + 280 mm radiators to fit in or on the case with only 3 fans pushing and lots dremel and drill work. More radiator surface and slow fan speeds= the water moving through bay reservoir is louder than the fans. After screwing around with how fast can this go and complete a 3d mark run @ 5.2, OK fine.

Now how fast will it go if the water flow is the noisy part ?
Simple do this:
21,5 multiplier, buss speed 233, HT 2646, NB 2453 and Avexir 2400 ram. Set everything else to auto and leave the C1E, CNQ etc on.

Put all this on a Asrock extreme9 with 2 R9 285 vid cards and ran it for 24 hours with boinc set at 85% and fan controller set at lowest setting.
BTW the V core range is 0.864-1.413

It takes about 15 min for the CPU to heat to max of 65C with ambient temperature of 22C. With the fans on high it runs 1C cooler, lol.

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I am pretty much done with folding because it puts too much stress on the entire system and I don't want build another system for a few more years
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Does anyone have any good reads on Visehra's HT, NB, and RAM scalings?

I am finding several different opinions on where to set what, and would like to see some actual numbers.
My opinion based on what most are saying, is that if I run 1866+ then I am going to want the NB at 2600, and the HT at 2600+ as well...but again, I have no raw data.

I plan on running my RAM at it's rated 2133MHz if possible, unless someone has any information showing that to be a bad idea.....

Any info on this would be great guys!

Thanks!
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Does anyone have any good reads on Visehra's HT, NB, and RAM scalings?

I am finding several different opinions on where to set what, and would like to see some actual numbers.
My opinion based on what most are saying, is that if I run 1866+ then I am going to want the NB at 2600, and the HT at 2600+ as well...but again, I have no raw data.

I plan on running my RAM at it's rated 2133MHz if possible, unless someone has any information showing that to be a bad idea.....

Any info on this would be great guys!

Thanks!
2600 is default for both I think...also I run mine at 2133 @ 1.67v for seven months or so no issue so far....I also have mine set to those settings but I don't have any helpful literature lol
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2600 is default for both I think...also I run mine at 2133 @ 1.67v for seven months or so no issue so far....I also have mine set to those settings but I don't have any helpful literature lol

I found some interest posts from Johan45 on overclockers.com regarding his HT/NB speed findings....

Apparently his physics scores in firestrike improved with the HT behind the NB. Hmmm..... that actually sounds more like thuban huh?

He found that 2250 HT and 2500 NB gave the best results.
It's certainly worth trying, and frequencies that low should be fairly easy to achieve, giving me more time to bang on the core.

I am going to shoot for something like this:

20 x 250 Core @ 1.5v~ (yeah, I know it's wishful thinking, but I gotta dream right?)
10 x 250 NB on 1.3v
9 x 250 HT on stock voltage.
DDR3 2000 CL 10 on the RAM at around 1.65v (no I do not have the best RAM, but it does well enough)

From there, I will go as high as 1.55v to try and get 5GHz (if only for a bench or two redface.gif ), and if not I will drop 1/2 multis until it's stable, and then drop voltage until it totally loses stability. Then I'll bump it back up a hair, and do some extensive testing.

I figure worst case, I'll com out with 4625MHz (18x250) on 1.4v, best case I'll get my 5GHz on whatever voltage my cooler can handle...

Of course, that's just initial trials. The fine tweaking, with different bus/multi combinations will come over the next few weeks.

I intend to not only post detailed results for anyone considering the 8300 CPU, but I will also be making a review of the ASRock 970 Performance motherboard.
Edited by Agent Smith1984 - 3/18/15 at 7:54am
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Does anyone have any good reads on Visehra's HT, NB, and RAM scalings?

I am finding several different opinions on where to set what, and would like to see some actual numbers.
My opinion based on what most are saying, is that if I run 1866+ then I am going to want the NB at 2600, and the HT at 2600+ as well...but again, I have no raw data.

I plan on running my RAM at it's rated 2133MHz if possible, unless someone has any information showing that to be a bad idea.....

Any info on this would be great guys!

Thanks!

Stock settings of 2600 HT and 2200 NB will run the 2133 ram just fine. The biggest thing is keeping the NB speed above the ram. Now you will get slight performance increases by raising the NB speed higher but at a penalty of added voltage and heat. My self I would run 2400 NB with that ram for a 24/7 clock. When benching I run it as high as I can keep it stable. I find one of the best tools for guaging ram.nb performance is AIDA64 mem/cache test.

EDIT: Just read your last post Agent Smith and if that's the post I'm thinking of , I was mostly trying to decide if the theory of HT=NB was correct. I have done a lot of little experiments with HT and NB fast and slow and what I found was it seems to be dependant on the setup and software you're running. Take this shot for example. Having a high HT speed was giving me very good results running SLI with the Catzilla benchmark. I'm a bencher so I try a lot of things that would be out of the "normal" boundaries of average computing. All I'm after are a few extra points and I do break things now and then.


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Stock settings of 2600 HT and 2200 NB will run the 2133 ram just fine. The biggest thing is keeping the NB speed above the ram. Now you will get slight performance increases by raising the NB speed higher but at a penalty of added voltage and heat. My self I would run 2400 NB with that ram for a 24/7 clock. When benching I run it as high as I can keep it stable. I find one of the best tools for guaging ram.nb performance is AIDA64 mem/cache test.

Thanks Johan, I'll begin with stock defaults then, and go from there instead of looking for a predetermined HT/NB goal.

That's really the way you gotta do it anyways....

Find the max core, since it will impact performance more than anything, and then tweak the variables from there....

I am relieved actually, to find out that the NB/RAM has no where near the same bearing on performance for the Vishera as it has for me on the x6.... talk about hours of tweaking and testing (though it paid off int he end).
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