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Originally Posted by giooliva View Post

im so sorry for that dude, but the fact that im still a student, and i cant manage to buy a new board now, so im trying to maximize this board first, i would buy a board in a month or two or even 3, btw dude, can you suggest a good motherboard 100 dollar range to but not exceeding 150?

Don't apologise man lol i know how hard it is having no money but i really think you have maximised that board already.

As for recommending a board i'd wait for your fellow americans to answer. Im from england and have no clue as to finding boards on american sites eg which sites are best etc biggrin.gif
Edited by gertruude - 12/2/12 at 7:33am
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Hi, well I finally have my new FX8350 system all up and running so am beginning to experiment with overclocking but could do with a little advice on which temperatures to trust as accurate for this purpose based on which software used.
System is the above with the ASUS Crosshair V mobo plus the Antec H920 cooler.
I will give some examples on the various software monitoring apps I have running. These are values with the system currently overclocked to 4.7GHZ (idle temps)
HWMonitor (vers 1.21) has CPU temp at 41C but the 'Package' temp at between 23C and 30C (it fluctuates)
Core Temp reads as 22C to 26C (again this fluctuates)
AIDA64 has the CPU temp at 41C and the individual cores at between 23C and 30C (fluctuating as with the others)
AMD Overdrive likewise has the indiviual cores running between 23C to 29C. (ditto)
And the liquid temperature from the Antec ChillControl panel reads as 38C.
Hmm, so where exactly does that put the most likely accurate temperature of the FX8350 ? Is it in the lower ranges based on those three figures above that tally ? Or is the 41C CPU value closer, given that more closely matches the liquid temp in the cooler ? What exactly then is the difference between CPU temps and Package/core temps in the above software..hmm ?

Cpu Temps are your socket temperatures this will be around 10oC difference from the package(core) temp

Package temps has been renamed that from core temps, probably to save space lol, other than that i dont know why they changed from showing each core to package temp
the core temps you can go to are62oC full load.

Temps will stop fluctuating so much under full load. You will still see it going up and down due to cooling.

Im not sure on your liquid cool temp. dont own liquid cooling thumb.gif


Edit As for trust.....i think most on here inc. myself use hwmonitor and core temp. Some use AIDA64 too
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Originally Posted by giooliva View Post

im so sorry for that dude, but the fact that im still a student, and i cant manage to buy a new board now, so im trying to maximize this board first, i would buy a board in a month or two or even 3, btw dude, can you suggest a good motherboard 100 dollar range to but not exceeding 150?

I would suggest either,
Asus M5A99FX EVO 2.0
or
Gigabyte 990FX UD3 Rev 1.1 or higher
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hahah, im not american sir, im a filipino smile.gif
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Thanks, core temp is the one (or ones ) I will be watching then thumb.gif
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I was curious to see what Vcore I need to stabilize my 8350 @ 4.8GHz, using most common stress test programs.
So, here are the results.

CPU.......................4.8GHz (200X24)
CPU/NB..................2200 (stock)
HT Link..................2600 (stock)
RAM......................2133..8-9-8-24 (stock)

I ran them for 1 hour, IBT-20runs.
P95 ver. 27.7 - 6 hours



...........................................................Vcore(BIOS)..............................Vcore(LOAD)

AIDA64.................................................1.35625V...................................1.380V
IBT.......................................................1.35625V...................................1.404V
OCCT Linpack.........................................1.36875V...................................1.416V
AMD Overdrive.......................................1.37500V...................................1.416V
OCCT....................................................1.40000V...................................1.440V
P95 ver. 25.11.......................................1.42500V...................................1.476V
P95 ver. 27.7.........................................1.43750V...................................1.500V
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Originally Posted by IOSEFINI View Post

I was curious to see what Vcore I need to stabilize my 8350 @ 4.8GHz, using most common stress test programs.
So, here are the results.
CPU.......................4.8GHz (200X24)
CPU/NB..................2200 (stock)
HT Link..................2600 (stock)
RAM......................2133..8-9-8-24 (stock)
I ran them for 1 hour, IBT-20runs.
P95 ver. 27.7 - 6 hours
...........................................................Vcore(BIOS)..............................Vcore(LOAD)
AIDA64.................................................1.35625V...................................1.380V
IBT.......................................................1.35625V...................................1.404V
OCCT Linpack.........................................1.36875V...................................1.416V
AMD Overdrive.......................................1.37500V...................................1.416V
OCCT....................................................1.40000V...................................1.440V
P95 ver. 25.11.......................................1.42500V...................................1.476V
P95 ver. 27.7.........................................1.43750V...................................1.500V

Which one would you go with?
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OCCT(not linpack) , but I have to run it more than 1 hour
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Originally Posted by IOSEFINI View Post

I was curious to see what Vcore I need to stabilize my 8350 @ 4.8GHz, using most common stress test programs.
So, here are the results.
CPU.......................4.8GHz (200X24)
CPU/NB..................2200 (stock)
HT Link..................2600 (stock)
RAM......................2133..8-9-8-24 (stock)
I ran them for 1 hour, IBT-20runs.
P95 ver. 27.7 - 6 hours
...........................................................Vcore(BIOS)..............................Vcore(LOAD)
AIDA64.................................................1.35625V...................................1.380V
IBT.......................................................1.35625V...................................1.404V
OCCT Linpack.........................................1.36875V...................................1.416V
AMD Overdrive.......................................1.37500V...................................1.416V
OCCT....................................................1.40000V...................................1.440V
P95 ver. 25.11.......................................1.42500V...................................1.476V
P95 ver. 27.7.........................................1.43750V...................................1.500V

This is interesting. I guess there is no set definition of "stable" tongue.gif
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Originally Posted by FurtadoZ9 View Post

This is interesting. I guess there is no set definition of "stable" tongue.gif

Since I have not really investigated the different approaches these various stress tests take, it does then have me wondering how each of them differ. Do they all do different tests, hence the differing levels of voltage required for stability. Or do some do the sam tests but it comes down to the coding approaches in the software ?

Ie, is there any reason why Prime95 should be favored over others that give lower voltage requirements...hmmm ?
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