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Originally Posted by Tarnix View Post

I'll try to check if I can get Mezmenir to dig up his lot number. He just RMA'd a broke FX as you guys may have been reading a few dozen pages back.
But from what I can see, I agree with Gertruude. I wouldn't touch it. Broken FX Seals are a curse. I don't even know why they even try to resell them...

I would test the chip out and see if it's good. The shipping to send it back, plus more shipping to order another one if you don't want to deal with the first place again will add up. I agree, though, this isn't a great business practice. Where did you buy the chip anyhow, just so we all know?

Also, my FX-8350 is also lot 1237, and at the moment, my board is back at the store where I bought it so they can test out different ram on it. So far, two different types of ram have given errors in MEMTEST86 and MEMTEST86+, which seems highly suspicious...

If all those who have lot 1237 FX-8350s could test their memory with this:

http://www.softpedia.com/get/System/Benchmarks/Memtest86-plus.shtml

and let me know if your memory passes, as well as your mobo make/model and memory brand/speed, that would be truly awesome. I want to get to the bottom of this ASAP. And if you DO test your lot 1237 chip, you'll not only be helping out a fellow Visheranaut, you'll ALSO be helping yourselves by testing the stability of your memory! smile.gif

Thanks in advance to those who come through on this.
Edited by anubis44 - 12/4/12 at 11:14pm
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Originally Posted by Tarnix View Post

I'll try to check if I can get Mezmenir to dig up his lot number. He just RMA'd a broke FX as you guys may have been reading a few dozen pages back.
But from what I can see, I agree with Gertruude. I wouldn't touch it. Broken FX Seals are a curse. I don't even know why they even try to resell them...

I would test the chip out and see if it's good. The shipping to send it back, plus more shipping to order another one if the first place won't take it back will add up. I agree, though, this isn't a great business practice. Where did you buy the chip anyhow, just so we all know?

Also, my FX-8350 is also lot 1237, and at the moment, my board is back at the store where I bought it so they can test out different ram on it. So far, two different types of ram have given errors in MEMTEST86 and MEMTEST86+, which seems highly suspicious...

If all those who have lot 1237 FX-8350s could test their memory with this: http://www.softpedia.com/get/System/Benchmarks/Memtest86-plus.shtml
and let me know if your memory passes, as well as your mobo make/model and memory brand/speed, that would be truly awesome. I want to get to the bottom of this ASAP.

Thanks in advance to those who come through on this.

I would raise a fuss to get them to pay for shipping both ways. they sent him a used CPU when he bought a new one. Its just smart for them to fork over the money for shipping than to lose a customer
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alright guys quick question.... this is a screen grab from my HW Monitor, as you can see I only have two temps for my mobo and they idle in the mid 40's, they also ride the temperature curve together, always only 2-3 degrees apart.

in OCCT the CPUTIN temp is the only other temp reported besides my core temp.

whenever these mobo temps reach 75C is when I lock up, anyone know where these temps are located on my board??? I though it was the NB chip so I re-TIM'd it but it didn't change a damn thing as far as lowering them when under load... any help would be great! as this is the only thing stopping me from reaching 5+

HW monitor:


My MOBO:
f93fc095_990FXExtreme4m.jpeg
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alright guys quick question.... this is a screen grab from my HW Monitor, as you can see I only have two temps for my mobo and they idle in the mid 40's, they also ride the temperature curve together, always only 2-3 degrees apart.
in OCCT the CPUTIN temp is the only other temp reported besides my core temp.
whenever these mobo temps reach 75C is when I lock up, anyone know where these temps are located on my board??? I though it was the NB chip so I re-TIM'd it but it didn't change a damn thing as far as lowering them when under load... any help would be great! as this is the only thing stopping me from reaching 5+
HW monitor:

My MOBO:
Is your HW monitor updated to the newest version? Also I think your "mobo temp" is probably your cpu socket temp, where only better cooling would help that.
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Originally Posted by Covert_Death View Post

alright guys quick question.... this is a screen grab from my HW Monitor, as you can see I only have two temps for my mobo and they idle in the mid 40's, they also ride the temperature curve together, always only 2-3 degrees apart.

in OCCT the CPUTIN temp is the only other temp reported besides my core temp.

whenever these mobo temps reach 75C is when I lock up, anyone know where these temps are located on my board??? I though it was the NB chip so I re-TIM'd it but it didn't change a damn thing as far as lowering them when under load... any help would be great! as this is the only thing stopping me from reaching 5+

HW monitor:


My MOBO:
f93fc095_990FXExtreme4m.jpeg

I believe CPUTIN= CPU Socket
SYSTIN= NB
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Finally! biggrin.gif
http://valid.canardpc.com/2604906

One question though.
My BIOS shows my Ram @ 1600Mhz, here it shows 805 @ 11-11-11-28.

Any thoughts ?
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Finally! biggrin.gif
http://valid.canardpc.com/2604906

One question though.
My BIOS shows my Ram @ 1600Mhz, here it shows 805 @ 11-11-11-28.

Any thoughts ?

Yup. CPU-Z returns the true bus speed.

You have DDR ram.

DDR = Double Data Rate. DDR means it sends on the on and off ticks of the bus clock, effectively 1600Mhz.
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This is interesting for all us vishera owners: http://www.overclock.net/t/1334517/tech-report-amd-were-not-abandoning-socketed-cpus

I wonder if this means that steamroller is not the last of the mid range enthusiast processors that we get? from the last roadmap I have seen it looks like we wont get anything new until 2014, that gives Jim Keller time to pull the next big thing out of the bag, who knows maybe a new improved non over heating chipset 1090fx aswell?
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Under 40C peak ? Maybe if your computer is outside and it's freezing..
I have a Noctua NH-D14, and peak core temp is 45C on stock clock and voltages after a 21 hour Prime95 run.
And the motherboard socket temp is reported as about 11C more, 56C.

Actually you are running hot lol and my pic is from 4.5ghz and not stock 40oc on the core. If you read the posts prior to mine on what you commented you will see we were talking about 4.5ghz too, though i did mean gaming and not full load. It was an error on my part

sort yer own bloody cooling out!!!

my stock run will come shortly just to prove you wrong like you try to do everyone else.


Edited by gertruude - 12/5/12 at 4:04am
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This is interesting for all us vishera owners: http://www.overclock.net/t/1334517/tech-report-amd-were-not-abandoning-socketed-cpus
I wonder if this means that steamroller is not the last of the mid range enthusiast processors that we get? from the last roadmap I have seen it looks like we wont get anything new until 2014, that gives Jim Keller time to pull the next big thing out of the bag, who knows maybe a new improved non over heating chipset 1090fx aswell?

Hopefully not. Idd it does give them time to come up with something new.

I'd place all my chickens in one basket and say AMD will come up trumps for us lol.......just hope im not wrong.
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