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on loading Windows and general use ssd it's leaps and bounds better...certain open world games get a great boost on streaming the areas content during transitions...I noticed marked improvement in all of the Bethesda games I've tried...plus you don't have anywhere near as long of a load time

yeah just overall helping system performance

HDD slow as hell Read/writes/iops/access/latency etc
Edited by RJ-Savage - 7/19/15 at 11:54am
post #51342 of 67692
So the highest I can get on stock voltage is 4.7 ghz when I try 4.8 I start freezing so far I have gone up to 1.4 cpu voltage

Any tips to get it to not freeze on 4.8 or should I just let it be at 4.7?

Actually just tried a blend test at 4.7 and a core failed immediately
Edited by godiegogo214 - 7/19/15 at 5:58pm
post #51343 of 67692
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So the highest I can get on stock voltage is 4.7 ghz when I try 4.8 I start freezing so far I have gone up to 1.4 cpu voltage

Any tips to get it to not freeze on 4.8 or should I just let it be at 4.7?

Actually just tried a blend test at 4.7 and a core failed immediately

Did you figure out why you are running so hot?
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Originally Posted by godiegogo214 View Post

So the highest I can get on stock voltage is 4.7 ghz when I try 4.8 I start freezing so far I have gone up to 1.4 cpu voltage

Any tips to get it to not freeze on 4.8 or should I just let it be at 4.7?

Actually just tried a blend test at 4.7 and a core failed immediately

try this in bios.


cpu vdda 2.55-2.60 v

cpu/nb 1.23v

cpu vcore 1.475-1.5v

and play with cpu and cpu/nb LLC's

the older 8350's dont clock as well past 4.7ghz with out major voltages like 1.50+

also take photos of your bios screen setup and we can help you more.
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Originally Posted by godiegogo214 View Post

So the highest I can get on stock voltage is 4.7 ghz when I try 4.8 I start freezing so far I have gone up to 1.4 cpu voltage

Any tips to get it to not freeze on 4.8 or should I just let it be at 4.7?

Actually just tried a blend test at 4.7 and a core failed immediately

try this in bios.


cpu vdda 2.55-2.60 v

cpu/nb 1.23v

cpu vcore 1.475-1.5v

and play with cpu and cpu/nb LLC's

the older 8350's dont clock as well past 4.7ghz with out major voltages like 1.50+

He was over 60C at 4.6 - gotta figure out why his cooling isn't ..... cooling.
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post #51346 of 67692
I asked around and everyone thinks it's my r9 290x putting too much heat on my water I think
post #51347 of 67692
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I asked around and everyone thinks it's my r9 290x putting too much heat on my water I think

what is the stepping of your fx-8350?

mine is 1249 so its the old version.

try adding more volts to it.

also you have 4 sticks of memory so the ram and cpu/nb will definitely need more volts
post #51348 of 67692
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Originally Posted by tbone8ty View Post

what is the stepping of your fx-8350?

mine is 1249 so its the old version.

try adding more volts to it.

also you have 4 sticks of memory so the ram and cpu/nb will definitely need more volts

stepping? my cpu Z says 0 i dont know if that is what you are looking for
post #51349 of 67692
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stepping? my cpu Z says 0 i dont know if that is what you are looking for

I'm sorry i ment the manufactured date printed on the top of the lid of the cpu inself.

this for example



this is a fx-8120 with manufacture date 2012 week 4 (1204)
post #51350 of 67692
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Originally Posted by tbone8ty View Post

I'm sorry i ment the manufactured date printed on the top of the lid of the cpu inself.

this for example



this is a fx-8120 with manufacture date 2012 week 4 (1204)

oh that i wont know is there i way i can know that without taking off the waterblock?
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