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lol, That's an hour drive mate and I'm a little tired for that.


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Kinda an odd direction to mount that heatsink you probably would get better performance mounting it the other way blowing out the back

you can get 5ghz with deltas

Yes it was, It was for fun and nothing more......I will probably change it around when i fire it back up again, it was just easier to mount it like that
 
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I mounted an early 212 on a dual core AMD and hated it. So when I needed cooling I got something else with a much better mounting system.

Oh, my progression on the 8350: 4.5 on a UD3, 4.6 on a GD80, 4.7 on a GD80 and twin tower cooler, then 4.8 on a twin tower and Sabertooth.
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The power draw from Prime95 (LargeFFT) is around 18% higher than the power draw from the most stressful real world application (X264 / X265 with ASM). The older versions of Intel Linpack (used by IBT for example) targeted to Sandy Bridge CPUs nearly match Prime95 in terms of power consumption while the newer versions do not. Obviously this only applies on AMD CPUs and not on Intel.

Using any version of Linpack as a stability test is not a good idea unless you´re able to do at least 45K matrix sizes (i.e 15.5GB of RAM available).
Otherwise each loop will be executed too quickly and the CPU will idle between each loop allowing it to cool down slightly.
Eventhou the load variations represent real world conditions better than Prime95 personally I don´t consider Linpack as the ultimate stability test.

Unless you are able to run Prime95 LargeFFT (V28.5 or newer) for at least 1 hour at the temperature peak then your system is not stable.
For AMD 15h CPUs the FFT size should be set to 2/3 of the per core L2 cache allocation (usually 768KB).

These relative numbers are based on DCR measurement (current over inductor) recorded on FX-8K series CPU.


Edited by The Stilt - 5/30/15 at 5:09pm
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The power draw from Prime95 (LargeFFT) is around 18% higher than the power draw from the most stressful real world application (X264 / X265 with ASM). The older versions of Intel Linpack (used by IBT for example) targeted to Sandy Bridge CPUs nearly match Prime95 in terms of power consumption while the newer versions do not. Obviously this only applies on AMD CPUs and not on Intel.

Using any version of Linpack as a stability test is not a good idea unless you´re able to do at least 45K matrix sizes (i.e 15.5GB of RAM available).
Otherwise each loop will be executed too quickly and the CPU will idle between each loop allowing it to cool down slightly.
Eventhou the load variations represent real world conditions better than Prime95 personally I don´t consider Linpack as the ultimate stability test.

Unless you are able to run Prime95 LargeFFT (V28.5 or newer) for at least 1 hour at the temperature peak then your system is not stable.
For AMD 15h CPUs the FFT size should be set to 2/3 of the per core L2 cache allocation (usually 768KB).

These relative numbers are based on DCR measurement (current over inductor) recorded on FX-8K series CPU.


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The power draw from Prime95 (LargeFFT) is around 18% higher than the power draw from the most stressful real world application (X264 / X265 with ASM). The older versions of Intel Linpack (used by IBT for example) targeted to Sandy Bridge CPUs nearly match Prime95 in terms of power consumption while the newer versions do not. Obviously this only applies on AMD CPUs and not on Intel.

Using any version of Linpack as a stability test is not a good idea unless you´re able to do at least 45K matrix sizes (i.e 15.5GB of RAM available).
Otherwise each loop will be executed too quickly and the CPU will idle between each loop allowing it to cool down slightly.
Eventhou the load variations represent real world conditions better than Prime95 personally I don´t consider Linpack as the ultimate stability test.

Unless you are able to run Prime95 LargeFFT (V28.5 or newer) for at least 1 hour at the temperature peak then your system is not stable.
For AMD 15h CPUs the FFT size should be set to 2/3 of the per core L2 cache allocation (usually 768KB).

These relative numbers are based on DCR measurement (current over inductor) recorded on FX-8K series CPU.


Stilt, I tried.. .I really tried... but I just have to make the joke.... isn't that a little like testing the main bearings and rod bearings in your car by disabling the rev limiter and putting a brick on the accelerator for an hour to see if it holds?

All jokes aside though... thanks for the info... I don't consider linepack to be the end all be all, but it is a quick test to see if it will even run... some say to just run it and if it doesn't blue screen.... but heck I have a craptop that has had more bsod's than this thing ever has had even counting failed attempts at overclocks. I would love you to pop over to my 5ghz 24/7 club... people there need some stability tips all the time, and I'm not really the most qualified, thankfully the club has grown and the sharing of info has helped us all, but I'd really love your input... the entry exam is simple... probably too simple, but I'd like to add your name to the list just the same biggrin.gif
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IBT or IBT AVX aren't good stress testing if you're looking for stability, try OCCT 4.4.1 with CPU:OCCT option for 3 hours, and if your system pass it, it's 99% stable in general. After that, if your system pass +12 hours of Prime 95 custom assign 80-90% of your total RAM, it's a good indication of stability...
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IBT or IBT AVX aren't good stress testing if you're looking for stability, try OCCT 4.4.1 with CPU:OCCT option for 3 hours, and if your system pass it, it's 99% stable in general. After that, if your system pass +12 hours of Prime 95 custom assign 80-90% of your total RAM, it's a good indication of stability...

OCCT is a linepack stress test, which means it's identical to IBT:AVX, they're both linepack stress tests. claiming one is better then the other is a bit silly as they stress the cpu in the same way.
 
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My nb is 2200
bclk 200
cpu voltage 1.45
4.6 with multiplier at 23

i can run 4.7 ok it is a little unstable so i usually stay at 4.6.

my temperatures never go above 47c at 4.7 while running 3d mark and other tests so i know i have lots of room left, but when i try 4.8 it crashes shortly after.
i have a 990fxa-ud3 motherboard

anyone have some tips for me?
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My nb is 2200
bclk 200
cpu voltage 1.45
4.6 with multiplier at 23

i can run 4.7 ok it is a little unstable so i usually stay at 4.6.

my temperatures never go above 47c at 4.7 while running 3d mark and other tests so i know i have lots of room left, but when i try 4.8 it crashes shortly after.
i have a 990fxa-ud3 motherboard

anyone have some tips for me?

Cooling the VRMs and the rear of the board help.


fan blowing onto rear of mobo to cool socket and rear of vrms
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i know its a bit warm and i got a 1500rpm fan on them and is it worth put a block on the vrms
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