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Originally Posted by Moparman View Post

Well so far I'm very disappointed. 4.375ghz on my 8320e. Ram at 1666@7-8-8-24-1 shouldn't I be able to get more from this chip?

That is disappointing, but I doubt very much that the cpu is the problem. I own or have owned every 8 core Vishera except the 8320e and the 9590 with multiple 8320 and 8350's in the mix and have been able to get 4.7 ghz prime stable on all of them, given a very good supporting cast. The lowest of which was an 8320 which hit 4.7 on a 990fxa gd-65 ( 4.8 on the CHV-Z), and did so because of one weak core, the others would happily prime at 5 ghz +, the crummy thing was, it was core #2 and I couldn't disable that one.

An honest 1.45 volts at load should net you at least 4.6 ghz clock on the post batch 1429 chips. The e chips seem to be very voltage/heat sensitive compared to earlier chips, which has stymied some oc'ers that moved from one to the other.

Heat or power delivery ( or socket heat caused by the power delivery system struggling) is most likely what is holding you back.

EDIT: I'm gonna throw up if you are trying to cool it with a 212 evo.....lol
Edited by cssorkinman - 5/14/15 at 8:50am
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That is disappointing, but I doubt very much that the cpu is the problem. I own or have owned every 8 core Vishera except the 8320e and the 9590 with multiple 8320 and 8350's in the mix and have been able to get 4.7 ghz prime stable on all of them, given a very good supporting cast. The lowest of which was an 8320 which hit 4.7 on a 990fxa gd-65 ( 4.8 on the CHV-Z), and did so because of one weak core, the others would happily prime at 5 ghz +, the crummy thing was, it was core #2 and I couldn't disable that one.

An honest 1.45 volts at load should net you at least 4.6 ghz clock on the post batch 1429 chips. The e chips seem to be very voltage/heat sensitive compared to earlier chips, which has stymied some oc'ers that moved from one to the other.

Heat or power delivery ( or socket heat caused by the power delivery system struggling) is most likely what is holding you back.

EDIT: I'm gonna throw up if you are trying to cool it with a 212 evo.....lol

I think mine is an older one, I don't know it's way more of a dog with voltage...
post #49443 of 67694
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Originally Posted by mus1mus View Post

You posted to have lapped your CPU.

IMO, your temps are still bad. Are you confident to have flatten the IHS?




You should get rid of the edges. And I could be wrong but I dont think you have scraped enough.

When I was polishing I could see the edges slowly get away, so I thought it was fully flatten.. but you're right it might not be mad.gif

And holy nice polish, how long did that took at how much grit ? did you keep the same paper ? I threw away the paper I used because I suspected those scratches were from it.. also it was full of copper and I tryed to clean it with water it wouldn't go away !

That's a nice case, which case is it by the way ?? what is this lol, not your cooler master storm ? Perhaps I should just buy a new case too.. I couldn't go wrong with a Enthoo primo could I?

Which case would you guys get for 200/euros/dollars budget or so max ?

I'm just worried if I spend 220 swiss franks on a case and my socket temps are still high I'm gonna be mad, especially since right now I'm using no cover in the back.. because of the fan, I can imagine it being high even with a case with high airflow.. but maybe I'm just paranoid..

Perhaps it's just that damn motherboard that sux for socket temp/overclocking ?? rolleyes.gif
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When I was polishing I could see the edges slowly get away, so I thought it was fully flatten.. but you're right it might not be mad.gif

And holy nice polish, how long did that took at how much grit ? did you keep the same paper ? I threw away the paper I used because I suspected those scratches were from it.. also it was full of copper and I tryed to clean it with water it wouldn't go away !

That's a nice case, which case is it by the way ?? what is this lol, not your cooler master storm ? Perhaps I should just buy a new case too.. I couldn't go wrong with a Enthoo primo could I?

Which case would you guys get for 200/euros/dollars budget or so max ?

I'm just worried if I spend 220 swiss franks on a case and my socket temps are still high I'm gonna be mad, especially since right now I'm using no cover in the back.. because of the fan, I can imagine it being high even with a case with high airflow.. but maybe I'm just paranoid..

Perhaps it's just that damn motherboard that sux for socket temp/overclocking ?? rolleyes.gif

2 hours or so.

It's my old chip btw. Which was already lapped but not smooth. Might do the new one again tomorrow. But not before I get a nice TIM.

Will post a lap guide if I am not feeling lazy later. biggrin.gif

Nope
I just had a few passes each grit.
100 and 150 to flatten,
400 to erase the 150 grit marks,
1000 to smoothen.
and a polishing wax!

It's not that great actually.



it's a Lian PC-70 modded but still undone. One reason why I dont post pics of it. lol

The Storm gathers dust! It his fault for not willing to accept a 480 rad. tongue.gif

I'd say, 200 Euros may be just little short of a CHVFZ.

The thing runs the socket cooler than the cores. Even coming from a kitty,it's a step up! But it's just a tip from me. tongue.gif
Edited by mus1mus - 5/14/15 at 10:43am
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I love polishing stuff....
I may do this to my 8300 this weekend just for the hell of it.
I don't expect much temp change, but it'll look cool (in pictures anyways, since no one can see it, haha)
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When I was polishing I could see the edges slowly get away, so I thought it was fully flatten.. but you're right it might not be mad.gif

And holy nice polish, how long did that took at how much grit ? did you keep the same paper ? I threw away the paper I used because I suspected those scratches were from it.. also it was full of copper and I tryed to clean it with water it wouldn't go away !

That's a nice case, which case is it by the way ?? what is this lol, not your cooler master storm ? Perhaps I should just buy a new case too.. I couldn't go wrong with a Enthoo primo could I?

Which case would you guys get for 200/euros/dollars budget or so max ?

I'm just worried if I spend 220 swiss franks on a case and my socket temps are still high I'm gonna be mad, especially since right now I'm using no cover in the back.. because of the fan, I can imagine it being high even with a case with high airflow.. but maybe I'm just paranoid..

Perhaps it's just that damn motherboard that sux for socket temp/overclocking ?? rolleyes.gif

2 hours or so.

It's my old chip btw. Which was already lapped but not smooth. Might do the new one again tomorrow. But not before I get a nice TIM.

Will post a lap guide if I am not feeling lazy later. biggrin.gif

Nope
I just had a few passes each grit.
100 and 150 to flatten,
400 to erase the 150 grit marks,
1000 to smoothen.
and a polishing wax!

It's not that great actually.



it's a Lian PC-70 modded but still undone. One reason why I dont post pics of it. lol

The Storm gathers dust! It his fault for not willing to accept a 480 rad. tongue.gif

I'd say, 200 Euros may be just little short of a CHVFZ.

The thing runs the socket cooler than the cores. Even coming from a kitty,it's a step up! But it's just a tip from me. tongue.gif

Looks like a good lap to me thumb.gif
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looks awesome, what the heck is a CHVFZ lol

lol polishing wax I heard of that sounds good..
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what the heck is a CHVFZ lol .

http://www.asus.com/us/Motherboards/CROSSHAIR_V_FORMULA/

This is a CHV
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Yep just lingo, I have a CHVFz, CHVF,CHIVF and a CHIII all different crosshair boards.
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How does one check for a weak core?
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