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Originally Posted by Sazz View Post

I got 3 chips that I have tested at 1237 batch and all of them only maxed out at 4.7Ghz stable. I have one from 1229 and that one hit 5Ghz stable (the one I am currently using), I guess to get the batch 1229 you gotta have to find retailers that got their stocks along with the first batch of release that don't sell much of em, Newegg sells alot of em so thats prolly a low chance of getting a good one there that can clock to 5Ghz stable right now. maybe tigerdirect or NCIX, or some retailers on ebay.

Well, everybody seems to have different definitions of stable.
Unfortunately I didn't save the batch number.
But my stable OC with 17 hours of Prime95 is 4.6 GHz max.

My FX-3150 S/N is 9M25032K20164, in case anyone figures out how to decode it .
post #5292 of 67344
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i cant overclock. i need msi board master..
i got yesterday my fx 8320 and i have a big problem too.My mother board is msi 990fxa gd65(latest bios)..My issue is i cannot pass 4 ghz barrier.i need help. My bios settings is
Cpu frequency=200(2200 board freq)
Cpu ratio=20
Oc genie lite=disable
Cpu core control=auto
Ddram frequency=1333 (1 have 4 ddr3 1333 ram=16 gb)
ht link=2600
pcie ex freq=100
cpu voltage=1.5(insane vdrop cpu z show 1.5 but cpu load vcore drop around 1.45)
cool and quiet=disable
c1e support=disable
turbo core things=disable
eup2013=disable
After 30 minutes later with prime 95 i got error.
And i can post over 4 ghz (4.4 and 4.6) but those completly unstable even i give 1.59 vcore(near 1.52 volt with vdrop)
cpu Temprature around 55-60 and mobo is 40. But i saw aux on aida. it hits 20 minutes later 115 celcius degree?What is aux?Mobo voltage regulator?
What is my problem?Mobo or cpu or i forgot something?
Hello, sorry that you are having troubles . Hopefully we can help you figure out what's going on. smile.gif
It looks to me like you have things pretty well covered as far as disabling power saving features in the bios.The only thing that I would ask is did you disable APS?(active phase switching)

Unless you were unlucky as far as getting a poor overclocking chip, I would expect to get 4.4 ghz out of that combo if your cooling is up to it.
The Vdrop you are experiencing is typical for a board without LLC, and it sounds like you have compensated for it accordingly. A couple questions about the chip, what batch is it and what does cpuid report as being the VID?

Prime 95 has been problematic for several people here with the vishera , have you tried other stability programs? OCCT , Intel burn test? OCCT will graph your voltages as it is testing and this will help determine if the power delivery system is working properly. I would suggest starting with it. Then if we get good results move on to prime 95 .

Take a look at settings on your ram , does cpuid report the timings and speed as being the same As the sticker on the ram indicates? Also it will report alternate JEDC standards for that particular ram.
For right now I would try to match the settings the sticker on the side of the ram itself possibly only bumping up the voltage a little. Later on maybe we can try getting some more speed out of it.

As for the aux temp, I get really weird board temp readings from software like Hwmonitor etc. on my msi boards. Just make sure you have good airflow across the vrms etc. It's remarkable the difference just an 80 mm fan placed over them will make, these board have a big heat sink just need a little air movement to make them efficient.

Could you please fill out your system specs in your signature? Always helpful to do that.
Check some of these things out and report back smile.gif
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I have a question about cooling.
I am wanting to go with an air cooled option and I am leaning toward a Phanteks or Silver Arrow.
It would seem though, that both of these coolers mount only horizontally on AMD chips.
I would rather have vertical mounting to take advantage of the exhaust fans venting out the top of my case.

Am I correct that both these coolers are horizontal mount only ?
If so are there any other quality coolers which would mount the other way?
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I have a question about cooling.
I am wanting to go with an air cooled option and I am leaning toward a Phanteks or Silver Arrow.
It would seem though, that both of these coolers mount only horizontally on AMD chips.
I would rather have vertical mounting to take advantage of the exhaust fans venting out the top of my case.
Am I correct that both these coolers are horizontal mount only ?
If so are there any other quality coolers which would mount the other way?

Most of them mount, in order to exhaust out the rear of the case, because the heatpipes would get in the way rotated upwards. It would also most likely hit on your video card.

My personal choice on a air cooler for these chips would be any kind of downdraft cooler. Keeping airflow over the VRMs and NB is really helpful when using these FX chips.

If you can fit it, I'd recommend the Noctua C-14
Edited by ComputerRestore - 12/10/12 at 7:29am
post #5295 of 67344
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Originally Posted by mmniac View Post

I have a question about cooling.
I am wanting to go with an air cooled option and I am leaning toward a Phanteks or Silver Arrow.
It would seem though, that both of these coolers mount only horizontally on AMD chips.
I would rather have vertical mounting to take advantage of the exhaust fans venting out the top of my case.
Am I correct that both these coolers are horizontal mount only ?
If so are there any other quality coolers which would mount the other way?

There are so many variables to this question lol

What size case do you have?
WHat size motherboard?
what size is the rear exhaust fan?
which cpu do u have?
Whats your budget?

I had a vertical cooler once, Noctua’s NH-U12P and i had to put the video card in the pcie x16 x8 slot so the cooler had enough room to pull air.
I had to get the upgrade kit for it to turn it horizontal.

Dont forget heat does rise regardless of what air cooler you have. It will escape though fins as well and thisis what your top exhaust is for as well.
You don't necessarily have to have the cooler fan blowing air to it.
I have the NH-D14 now and its a great air cooler. It is massive though so you would need a big case.

As for which to suggest i wouldnt know i just go with what i have used and the NH D14 is the best air cooler ive ever had.
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Originally Posted by mmniac View Post

I have a question about cooling.
I am wanting to go with an air cooled option and I am leaning toward a Phanteks or Silver Arrow.
It would seem though, that both of these coolers mount only horizontally on AMD chips.
I would rather have vertical mounting to take advantage of the exhaust fans venting out the top of my case.

Am I correct that both these coolers are horizontal mount only ?
If so are there any other quality coolers which would mount the other way?


I would suggest the Silver Arrow and here is why. The 140mm ty-14 fans are a bit bigger than the cooler itself and can be adjusted so that they blow air underneath the heatsink and over the socket/VRM area and is still propelled towards the exhaust fan. This is another machine of mine with a silver Arrow. the area where the TY-14 sticks above the cooler can be adjusted down to blow underneath. I own and benched the Silver Arrow, NH-D14, and the phanteks and found them all to run a dead heat with each other. The Silver Arrow is just better looking biggrin.gif

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Maybe this is a pretty dumb question but what's up with the current price of the 8350? I'm really considering switching over from my 1100t but definitely not until it's in more of an acceptable area of $180 or so instead of $220.
I guess I'm also somewhat hesitant to see what the future holds but with the way things are going I'm assuming that significant enhancements are still a while to go. Guess I'll hold on until after the holiday season.

Check this out:

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I would suggest the Silver Arrow and here is why. The 140mm ty-14 fans are a bit bigger than the cooler itself and can be adjusted so that they blow air underneath the heatsink and over the socket/VRM area and is still propelled towards the exhaust fan. This is another machine of mine with a silver Arrow. the area where the TY-14 sticks above the cooler can be adjusted down to blow underneath. I own and benched the Silver Arrow, NH-D14, and the phanteks and found them all to run a dead heat with each other. The Silver Arrow is just better looking biggrin.gif

O......M..........G

PLEASE STOP POSTING YOUR PICS MAN, you make me jealous every time i see it
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I would suggest the Silver Arrow and here is why. The 140mm ty-14 fans are a bit bigger than the cooler itself and can be adjusted so that they blow air underneath the heatsink and over the socket/VRM area and is still propelled towards the exhaust fan. This is another machine of mine with a silver Arrow. the area where the TY-14 sticks above the cooler can be adjusted down to blow underneath. I own and benched the Silver Arrow, NH-D14, and the phanteks and found them all to run a dead heat with each other. The Silver Arrow is just better looking biggrin.gif

O......M..........G

PLEASE STOP POSTING YOUR PICS MAN, you make me jealous every time i see it
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hehe,
It's enthusiast OCD I tells ya! lol
It's like a quadfire museum around here. I have built one every year since 2008 (the first year quadfire was viable with the 8.3 CCC drivers)

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