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Yep i have a 120mm in back of the socket. and i have a vantec fan card with 2 60mm fans cooling the front vrms. The vrms are usely in the 40s at load.


Pretty much this is how my case is setup now.. yea i know.... ghetto but i try anything for lower temps. lol
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Dude, you have your RAM on Single Channel Mode!

RAM slots should be alternate.

Lower that Vcore if you are too hot. Pick the lowest you can keep the chip stable.

Ultra LLC gave me lower temps on same Voltage levels on the Kitty. Around 5C at the most. But it will overshoot from the value you set on the BIOS. around 0.025ish
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Dude, you have your RAM on Single Channel Mode!

RAM slots should be alternate.

Lower that Vcore if you are too hot. Pick the lowest you can keep the chip stable.

Ultra LLC gave me lower temps on same Voltage levels on the Kitty. Around 5C at the most. But it will overshoot from the value you set on the BIOS. around 0.025ish


wow thanks for letting me know when i remount the cooler couple days ago i took the ram sticks out and put them in that way lol..


Tho i think i may have a problem.. i have them in the brown sockets now and cpuz still shows single??? Than i tried the gray sockets and it still shows single.. Now im wondering how long has it always said single with out me knowing..


Also will try lowing the vcore but im pretty sure this is what it wants:( But will try ultra llc and see what that does.
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Think i have a big problem now... i notice i ony had 8gb of ram in the colored slots... So i thought one of my rams died So i tried each one and they worked. So i tried it again and it still will ony detect 8gb of ram which explains why it shows single channel.. So i tried them in the 1 and 2 slots again and it shows 16gb of ram..

I tried to reset the bios and it still has this problem.. A week ago i had it in 2 and 4 slots with out a problem..



anoher weird thing it shows 1 and 3 have ram in them so it sees the ram in those slots.. But in bios on the first screen it shows 8gb ony same as windows.

Is the motherboard slots dieing now??
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might just need a few bumps of V's!

Add around 0.035 Volts from the value you wish. 1.5 = 1.535 and such.
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might just need a few bumps of V's!

Add around 0.035 Volts from the value you wish. 1.5 = 1.535 and such.


Hmm i got 1 and 3 slot working in dual again and showing 16gbs... I went and remount the water block again cause i wasn't sure if the cpu memory controller was acting up so i tried my 1100t back in and it still read 8gb in the slots.. So i pop the fx back in and i also fixed the mounting plate so the raijitek logo was showing normal and it also seem like it was almost running out of water how i had it mounted before..

So i put everything back together and now it reads 16gb of ram and dual channel... I really think this case has ground issues or something cause to mount this block you have to push down a good bit.. Unless the board is warped... Tho when i had it out it was straight.

I don't know.. the good thing everything is back to normal now..

This case is getting replaced soon that's for sure..
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Good work.

Cleaning the slots wont hurt. Or it might be caused by the backplate that warped the board.

Metal contact to the board will always mean chaos. So I kinda lean away from that. biggrin.gif
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Sorry it took a bit to reply back.


I tried your settings and it did seem to help. I never got that far and to pass a standard ibt avx test:) Really need to get those temps down tho.. before i try very high and higher runs but it is a good start so far. Hopefully the core x9 case which im thinking of getting will drop it some than put another 240mm rad in or a 360mm after.

At load the voltage is 1.56v Hwinfo seems to have mix results... I have not seen 1.596v at load and my psu voltages are all over the place.. even tho they solid when i hook up my volt meter.



Go into the monitoring area in the BIOS and SHUT OFF the VOLTAGES and TEMPS.. it will not affect the monitoring inside windows..

Also, if AIsuite is using the monitor it will also cause issues.. AIsuite monitoring is buggy and I have seen countless people having issues with holding stability with it. This is due to the software forced throttling,

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Think i have a big problem now... i notice i ony had 8gb of ram in the colored slots... So i thought one of my rams died So i tried each one and they worked. So i tried it again and it still will ony detect 8gb of ram which explains why it shows single channel.. So i tried them in the 1 and 2 slots again and it shows 16gb of ram..

I tried to reset the bios and it still has this problem.. A week ago i had it in 2 and 4 slots with out a problem..



anoher weird thing it shows 1 and 3 have ram in them so it sees the ram in those slots.. But in bios on the first screen it shows 8gb ony same as windows.

Is the motherboard slots dieing now??

Common issue with these boards.. I have had a piece of dust fly in and had to clear it out in the DIMMs
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Hmm i got 1 and 3 slot working in dual again and showing 16gbs... I went and remount the water block again cause i wasn't sure if the cpu memory controller was acting up so i tried my 1100t back in and it still read 8gb in the slots.. So i pop the fx back in and i also fixed the mounting plate so the raijitek logo was showing normal and it also seem like it was almost running out of water how i had it mounted before..

So i put everything back together and now it reads 16gb of ram and dual channel... I really think this case has ground issues or something cause to mount this block you have to push down a good bit.. Unless the board is warped... Tho when i had it out it was straight.

I don't know.. the good thing everything is back to normal now..

This case is getting replaced soon that's for sure..

Glad you got it
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So i currently use a 8150 on a ASUS M5A99FX PRO MB with no overclock
its really starting to show its age
I was wondering if it would be woth it to upgrade to a 8350/8370
i have 16 gb Mushkin Blackline ram
Video Card is a r9 280x
i also just got a swiftech H240x
so temps should not be an issue
I use this machine mainly for entertainment and gaming
thanks in advance
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So i currently use a 8150 on a ASUS M5A99FX PRO MB with no overclock
its really starting to show its age
I was wondering if it would be woth it to upgrade to a 8350/8370
i have 16 gb Mushkin Blackline ram
Video Card is a r9 280x
i also just got a swiftech H240x
so temps should not be an issue
I use this machine mainly for entertainment and gaming
thanks in advance


I would try my hand at overclocking the GPU and CPU both, and see how you fair, since you have decent cooling.
If you aren't happy with the results, then the only logical move is to upgrade CPU (and GPU depending on your needs/uses there).
Do some research in the mean time also, and see if the 10-20% performance jump will suffice, or if you are wanting a lot more power.

Any well tuned vishera in the 4.6-5GHz range will give you a good experience, and will also handle any GPU available, so your door isn't totally closed.
What I would say though, is that you will find your motherboard to be a limiting factor in your overclocking.
This is all of course, barring you are not apposed to overclocking to begin with......
If that is the case, shoot for the highest FX 8 SKU you can afford (your board will not handle the 9 series).
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If anybody missed this: http://www.overclock.net/t/1556027/upgrading-from-core-2-quad-q9550-to-fx-8350
Give it a skim....
One of the biggest monkey poop throwing escepades I've seen in a while. I have to admit though, I very immaturely enjoyed it! redface.gif

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I love a good rivalry (my favorite is my Duke Blue Devils against the North Carolina Tarheels).
If I can keep this Intel/AMD rivalry second to that, I'll be happy. tongue.gif

Remember, it only maintains itself as a great rivalry, if it's competitive. The closer these AMD CPU's compete with Intel, the more hated they become.
The further along we go, the better they compete.
This has obviously been going on for a while, but when you get bullied around by AMD haters, and don't have a good fight to comeback with, it stops....
When you have link after link, and test after test showing modern AAA titles putting the two platform within a pubic hair of each other, and in some cases equal, it opens the cage up for a slug fest. boxing3.gif
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