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Just gave NCIX a call about the CPU, they told me test it out and if it doesn't work, RMA in within the 30 days. Now I just have to wait for the motherboard to come in from Canada Post (oh joy -.-). I'll update this post with some pics of the heat spreader in a minute.

I was going to say at least test it out its already open and if it doesn't clock as good as you want then RMA. after all you paid for a new one and got a used one
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Hi everyone,

Though my current cooling cannot keep up and I'm not comfortable with the load voltages that were reaching up to 1.47-1.48, I did boot my FX-8350 at 4800 with 1.425v and LLC set to High. All seemed well, I could go through the whole AIDA64 benchmarks suite (not saying that this is stable just because of that) and managed to get a grab of a CPUz Validation:


I did though notice this peculiar thing: I had saved my FX-8320 @3850 / DDR3-2053 CL-10 benchmark results and in CPU AES the score was 396318. I've got the FX-8350 with DDR3-1866 CL-9 and with it @4800 it scored about 365000-ish .. which is about as much as it scores when it's at 4.2 which is my current clock (i've settled for maxed turbo speed with one bump down in voltage until I can invest in better cooling).

My question is do you know CPU AES in AIDA64 to be so memory speed bound? I know that PhotoWorxx is but the 8350 @4800 could still easily outpace the 1GHz lower clocked 8320, even with a bit lower RAM speed...

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Just gave NCIX a call about the CPU, they told me test it out and if it doesn't work, RMA in within the 30 days. Now I just have to wait for the motherboard to come in from Canada Post (oh joy -.-). I'll update this post with some pics of the heat spreader in a minute.

hmmm i still wouldnt touch it. Even if it does work you dont know the history of the chip and why they got it back to begin with. I would tell them you aren't happy recieving an opened box when it was supposed to be new and that they better change it for a brand new unopened box.
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The CPU OPT is just another fan header. LIke my cpu cooler has 2 fans so you can just stick one in the optional header. Have you tried in bios raising fan speed? IN the monitor tab you can change the cpu fan speed to turbo(Scroll to bottom). your cpu fan is a 4 pin so this should work for you. Or i think you can just turn off Q fan control i think and it should run at full speed. so try it both ways
Hope it helps

I found I can create a custom profile with AI suite (part of my MOBO software) I have stuck a steep curve on to see what difference it makes.
Same half an hour of Far Cry 3 and it maxed out at 43! Seems the 212 is pretty good after all wink.gif
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I found I can create a custom profile with AI suite (part of my MOBO software) I have stuck a steep curve on to see what difference it makes.
Same half an hour of Far Cry 3 and it maxed out at 43! Seems the 212 is pretty good after all wink.gif

That is pretty good miles better than the 57 it was at earlier.

i still prefer mine though biggrin.gifthumb.gif

BTW does your ai suite crash sometimes? mine does n it pisses me off lol
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Just gave NCIX a call about the CPU, they told me test it out and if it doesn't work, RMA in within the 30 days. Now I just have to wait for the motherboard to come in from Canada Post (oh joy -.-). I'll update this post with some pics of the heat spreader in a minute. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)



For the record, I could be over-reacting as I am a little excited to be building a new machine. These could be fabrication marks?(hopefully)

Goodluck, so far Batch 1237 has been kinda disapointing.
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Just gave NCIX a call about the CPU, they told me test it out and if it doesn't work, RMA in within the 30 days. Now I just have to wait for the motherboard to come in from Canada Post (oh joy -.-). I'll update this post with some pics of the heat spreader in a minute.
For the record, I could be over-reacting as I am a little excited to be building a new machine. These could be fabrication marks?(hopefully)

Id say that NCIX has cleaned it thoroughly but they cannot do anything about the peeling of the corners of the chip. Its def been used by someone in their pc. Also its bad business and rather naughty sending out a used product when you paid for a new one.

Mine has done the same as ive had 2 different coolers on and i was experimenting with different amounts of tim lol.

Its up to you really but lets say nothing is wrong with it now and you decide to keep it but you have to think why its been used and then sent back.

Further down the line something goes wrong with the chip and you try send it back theres no guarantee they will take it back after so long.
Edited by gertruude - 12/4/12 at 2:23pm
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Id say that NCIX has cleaned it thoroughly but they cannot do anything about the peeling of the corners of the chip. Its def been used by someone in their pc. Also its bad business and rather naughty sending out a used product when you paid for a new one.
Mine has done the same as ive had 2 different coolers on and i was experimenting with different amounts of tim lol.
Its up to you really but lets say nothing is wrong with it now and you decide to keep it but you have to think why its been used and then sent back.
Further down the line something goes wrong with the chip and you try send it back theres no guarantee they will take it back after so long.

So those corners are not factory, and are indication it has been used with a CPU heat-sink? If so I'll make another call tomorrow :/

*Edit* I ended up submitting an online RMA. Hopefully this gets resolved quickly :S
Edited by Darius Silver - 12/4/12 at 3:16pm
 
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so I re-TIM'd my NB chip on my MB with some AS5. whatever used to be on there sucked. it was crunchy and rock hard... i had to use a knife to scrape it off because it was tearing up my clothes without coming off haha...
I'll give the AS5 some more time to set in but right now i'm actually dissapointed because I am seeing almost NO temperature difference... after 20 minutes of OCCT the NB temps were back up to 75, this time it made it to 76.5 before locking the system up for good. CPU temps seem fine though again at a max 53*C (again i'm clocked to 4.8Ghz uzing multi and now 1.475V under load)
any advice on how else to get that NB chip down? my old case had a massive side fan blowing right on that area but im wondering if my new case (650D) isn't cutting it airflow wise due to only having a 200mm front intake and the rest as exhaust....

You are not alone. Assuming I can trust HWMonitor, the following is a screenshot of an Asus Crosshair V Formula clocked at 4.8GHz with a Vcore of 1.425V. Because I recently replaced the stock heatsink with a Corsair H100i, there is no significant active air movement on that area of the motherboard. Notice the NB temperature of 63C at idle.

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So those corners are not factory, and are indication it has been used with a CPU heat-sink? If so I'll make another call tomorrow :/

Nope not factory at all. Unused chips dont have the peeled corners. Well not on any of mine anyhow lol

Mine only started to peel after a lot of times removing coolers and adding more tim. Made me stop experimenting as i didnt want to make it worse lol

Also on pics 2 and 3 you can see where the tim cleaner has dried and left a scuff mark.
Edited by gertruude - 12/4/12 at 2:36pm
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