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I should get my 8350 tomorrow! Looking forward to hitting 5Ghz smile.gif
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Originally Posted by kkehlet View Post

hello I recently bought an 8350 and was looking to o/c it to 5 gig stable for gamining just wonder if that is something that can be done or something close. I am novice at this and I am wanting to learn

welcome here is a chart that should help you out

http://www.overclock.net/t/1331219/fx-83xx-data-collection-thread
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post #4813 of 67351
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I should get my 8350 tomorrow! Looking forward to hitting 5Ghz smile.gif

Welcome

Yay another brit! We are taking over biggrin.gif
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post #4814 of 67351
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So what you're saying in a nutshell, is that as you overclock the bus/multi, you need to overvolt the CPU/NB?
It may be coincidental, but I have prime95 stable and I've always been running at a pretty high CPU/NB. I'm running 2400 MHz ram, underclocked a bit, and I have to run CPU/NB around 1.4 or a little higher to keep it stable. My MB puts the CPU/NB at 1.4 automatically when I enter my Ram speed, and I can only lower it a small bit from that point and keep things stable at Ram speeds in excess of 2200. In fact, I haven't been able to get it completely stable at the Ram's rated 2400 -- my board/CPU/Ram don't seem quite capable of reaching it even if I loosen the timings a little. At around 2350 it becomes stable in prime95.

But I've always been able to reach a point of stability in prime95 for each frequency I've tried up to 4.73. After that I _think_ I could get it stable, but it's just too hot for my H100. I'm thinking of trying some better cooling -- I still have lots of volts I could add if I could just cool the CPU.
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Hi guys, first post, always wanted to post on here!
I'm an AMD guy since getting the 550PII that unlocked to a B50. I bought this current rig in anticipation for the 8150 but bought a 1090T like most people after reading the initial reviews. My 1090T never OC'd well and was quite boring after the excitement that was unlocking 2 cores. My B50 got to 4Ghz but the 1090 could barely get to 3.8 stable. So I bucked up and bought the 8350 not for gaming but for OC'ing.
Very happy so far, got it to 5ghz stable @ 1.52 volts with temps getting high but I didnt increase fan load. I think I can do 5.2 with a bench with some work. I think I'll be switching RAM soon, I bought the 1600mhz ram to underclock and run at lower latency for my PII but the performance dropped when I bumped it up to 1600 and high latency.
I don't think I'll run any higher than 4.4 24/7 with the H80 on low, there just isnt any reason to buy a bigger rad or run the little 80 on high.
Biggest beef so far? Planetside 2 hates us.

What GPU's are you running? I am not having any issues with PS2 maxed on my fx8320 @4.6ghz... its smoother than butter. Only gripe is I just wish GPU physics was working, hurry the hell up Sony and Nvidia!
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post #4816 of 67351
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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.

I'm still trying to dig out from 4 weeks of not reading this thread... rolleyes.gif

Yes, I am very interested. Might be worth posting this over on the C5F thread too.

My one question is, do you really need that much Vcore to hold 5.0GHZ?

Also, when you say disable all power saving features, do you include CPU and PCIe spread spectrum in that grouping? I'm finding these two settings are critical for overclocking.
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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?

The Asus boards probably have the best cooling on their northbridge, VRMs. If you're on a very tight budget, the Asus M5A97 2.0 (NOT the M5A97 EVO 2.0, and NOT the 'LE') is probably the best 'cheap' AM3+ motherboard. You can find it for about ~$90 or so. If you might want to run crossfire/SLI, then you may want to consider moving up to the Asus M5A99X or M5A99FX pro 2.0. Both of these are also available for under $150 if you shop around. The important thing with Asus is to get the 'Rev. 2.0' version of whatever board you get, as those have LLC, and the earlier ones don't. This will significantly affect your overclocking headroom and stability.

Personally, I went with Gigabyte, but I would not get any Gigabyte below the 990FXA-UD5. The 990FXA-UD3 is very, very good in almost every respect, but the northbridge cooling is weak. I had one, and I brought it back because of this. Gigabyte needs to stick a heatpipe between the VRM cooler and Northbridge cooler like Asus does (even on the M5A99X, Asus has a heatpipe) or do something about that Northbridge cooler on the UD3s.
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Are you guys still installing the Windows hot fix for these CPUs or does windows already have them from a Windows update? I have a FX8350 comming soon and Im not sure if I have to install it or not. If so is this the right update... http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2645594?wa=wsignin1.0
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Kissing 2300mhz Dram. More adjustments will be made (2292mhz 1146.7 SDR @ 1.6v)

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http://www.extremetech.com/computing/138394-amds-fx-8350-analyzed-does-piledriver-deliver-where-bulldozer-fell-short/2

Piledriver vs. Bulldozer: Multi-core scaling

The first thing we wanted to compare was whether or not Piledriver would scale more effectively than Bulldozer in various threading scenarios. As before, we measured the performance impact of running quad-threaded tests across all four modules and eight cores (4M/8C), four modules with one core active per module (4M/4C) and two modules, with both cores active (2M/4C). We’ll start with Cinebench, a benchmark AMD points to as evidence of Piledriver’s superior performance.
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