Originally Posted by ussoldier_1984
Originally Posted by cssorkinman
Should make for a pretty stout rig.
Any idea what batch number your 8350 is?
Considering your cooling, board and chip, you should be able to hit 4.7+ ghz reasonably easy, but I'm a little concerned about the power supply, are you running your 970's at stock?
and my sig is not up to date for my rig . I have a thermaltake toughpower grand 1200 watt power supply
Nice, should be good to go then.
The batch number is on cpu's heatspreader and should look something like this "pgn1445". But If you don't know it , it's ok - just helpful to know when giving advice because the earlier chips needed more voltage than the newest ones ( generally).
At your own risk of course, I'd set the voltage to 1.45V to the core with the cpu LLC set to ultra high , bump the multiplier to 22.5 and run a stress test - prime 95 , occt , IBT , watching temps etc.
If it's stable but running too hot, you might have to back off on the Vcore, if it's cool but unstable add some voltage or drop the multi on step and try again.