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Don't know who you are talking about, but that's not what i try to do...

Nor me. Granted i said i peak at 40oC at full load when i meant gaming lol. even if u read the posts of the person i was having a discussion with she was posting pics whilst gaming.

To me he just seems to want to jump onto people to prove them wrong. Especially with the prime95 saga. He's been determined to prove to people that prime is good for these chips and everyone are making excuses as to why they cant get stable with prime lol. I think thats why hes running prime at stock settings for over 21 hours.

That isnt the problem though. Alot of people seem to be having a problem with prime over a certain stock speed. For me personally i can hit 4.6 side by side with the different stress tests but at 4.7ghz prime for some reason requires more vcore than the others, which is alot of peoples beef with prime i think. well thats my take on the subject anyhow.

Im not bringing back up this argument just explaining somethings thumb.gif
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Yep, I'm sure I just need to tweak around a bit more. It's knowing which other voltages I might have to change other than Vcore in order to get things stable when attempting to OC using the FSB. Not yet sure on that as the info is somewhat scattered smile.gif

What chip are you running?
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What chip are you running?

Chip ? Got me confused there smile.gif Hmm, the 8350 Is sitting in the Crosshair V motherboard at the moment. FSB is still at default and I havent touched any of the CPU/NB voltages etc, nor the NB frequencies.

It sounds like it might be worth doing this though if only to get more stability without just using multiplier and having to constantly up Vcore. But, as I said, there are obviously a few more variables to play with when trying to tweak via the FSB.(and I'm not sure which and just how many of them to start playing with)
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Chip ? Got me confused there smile.gif Hmm, the 8350 Is sitting in the Crosshair V motherboard at the moment. FSB is still at default and I havent touched any of the CPU/NB voltages etc, nor the NB frequencies.
It sounds like it might be worth doing this though if only to get more stability without just using multiplier and having to constantly up Vcore. But, as I said, there are obviously a few more variables to play with when trying to tweak via the FSB.(and I'm not sure which and just how many of them to start playing with)

Ah cool. I got the same cpu and i hit a bus speed of 310 lol just for giggles and this was just changing the vcore if i remember rightly.
I didnt oc the Ht or anything i left this at around 2400 and i tightened the timings on the ram to 9-9-9-24 after this pic lol


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To whoever it was that asked to see my quadfire machines, here ya go smile.gif
I started quading the month the first driver that supported four GPU's was released ( Catalyst 8.3)
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2008 ( this one was built in response to the $700.00 'Crysis' machines being sold


2009 3 x 5850's


2010 4 x 5850's


2011 4 x 6970's


2012 (current) 3 x 7970 + 1 x GT 640 (PhysX)

If anyone here is doing multi-card Crossfire and or Multi monitor setups with their Vishera and having problems, feel free to get a hold of me
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Ah cool. I got the same cpu and i hit a fsb of 310 lol just for giggles and this was just changing the vcore if i remember rightly.
I didnt oc the Ht or anything i left this at around 2400 and i tightened the timings on the ram to 9-9-9-24 after this pic lol

Good stuff, I tried FSB 300 (with no other alterations) and the Computer complained rather loudly at boot up following that bios tweak.

The speaker beeped constantly, it didn't even get to post. (that had me worried!) Power off and on again stopped this, but the boot up sequence stalled with a "Overclock has failed" message, giving me the F1 option to enter the bios.

Odd it failed so drastcially for me but not for you.
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Good stuff, I tried FSB 300 (with no other alterations) and the Computer complained rather loudly at boot up following that bios tweak.
The speaker beeped constantly, it didn't even get to post. (that had me worried!) Power off and on again stopped this, but the boot up sequence stalled with a "Overclock has failed" message, giving me the F1 option to enter the bios.
Odd it failed so drastcially for me but not for you.

300 failed for me too. so i went higher at 310 and dropped the multi a bit lol
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Yep, I'm sure I just need to tweak around a bit more. It's knowing which other voltages I might have to change other than Vcore in order to get things stable when attempting to OC using the FSB. Not yet sure on that as the info is somewhat scattered smile.gif

From what I've learned solely within this thread, it is possible to achieve 4.8GHz with only having to manipulate Vcore. At least that's been my experience here.

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One more time please. For the FX8350, max CoreTemp = 62C and max CPU Temp = 68C under sustained load? I searched this thread but couldn't find the max CPU Temp number listed.
For my current setup using the H100i AIO, it looks like I'm going to hit the max CPU temp before the max core temp is reached.

I'm looking for an authoritative answer please. What is the Max CPU temp we should stay under when doing OC runs with Vishera CPU?

Thanks!!
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From what I've learned solely within this thread, it is possible to achieve 4.8GHz with only having to manipulate Vcore. At least that's been my experience here.

good temps on the H100i......have you tried hitting 4.9 or 5ghz biggrin.gif

Im just wondering cause i was going to get a h100i but i changed my mind and planning on doing a custom loop in february instead
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