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Hey guys! I recently picked up a nh-d14 for my 8350 and am able to get these results:

I do not crash when I stress but I do encounter a problem, once my cpu hits 62c (socket temp) it starts to throttle (But it doesn't crash! thumb.gif )
I've read in previous posts of this thread that it's because of asrock motherboards (Tested both on a 990fx extreme 3 and a 970 extreme 3) tend to get really hot for some reason, and along with this, my room temperature is usually about 28c, maybe higher.

I was wondering about if it's fine to leave it at these speeds, I won't be doing anything that requires 100% cpu load and my temps will most likely stay below it's throttling temp.
Are you saying you are using one of those boards for this overclock?

62c socket temp will not throttle on those boards... THEY CAN HIT 100C!

If you are using a non-8+2 VRM ASrock board, you are getting power throttling, and if that's the case, there is no indication that your overclock is stable at all.
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Hey guys! I recently picked up a nh-d14 for my 8350 and am able to get these results:

I do not crash when I stress but I do encounter a problem, once my cpu hits 62c (socket temp) it starts to throttle (But it doesn't crash! thumb.gif )
I've read in previous posts of this thread that it's because of asrock motherboards (Tested both on a 990fx extreme 3 and a 970 extreme 3) tend to get really hot for some reason, and along with this, my room temperature is usually about 28c, maybe higher.

I was wondering about if it's fine to leave it at these speeds, I won't be doing anything that requires 100% cpu load and my temps will most likely stay below it's throttling temp.


If I was encountering any kind of throttling during stress testing I would advise to either get some ancillary cooling to eliminate it or back that overclock till you don't. Even if you don't think you will hit those temps during normal usage.
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Are you saying you are using one of those boards for this overclock?

62c socket temp will not throttle on those boards... THEY CAN HIT 100C!

If you are using a non-8+2 VRM ASrock board, you are getting power throttling, and if that's the case, there is no indication that your overclock is stable at all.

Yeah, he is throttling due to the VRM. It just happens that he notices it, when his socket is at 62C, but it's his VRM which is causing the throttling. I 've gone up to 69C socket on mine, without throttling. Because the VRM was still under the threshold. Asrock is actually of the mentality: "Go ahead and run it hot, i will stop you only at the last minute". After all, they give 1 year warranty. So if you burn it after the 1st year, they don't even care. biggrin.gif
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Yeah, he is throttling due to the VRM. It just happens that he notices it, when his socket is at 62C, but it's his VRM which is causing the throttling. I 've gone up to 69C socket on mine, without throttling. Because the VRM was still under the threshold. Asrock is actually of the mentality: "Go ahead and run it hot, i will stop you only at the last minute". After all, they give 1 year warranty. So if you burn it after the 1st year, they don't even care. biggrin.gif
my socket hit 80 on my killer board and never throttled but the vrms weren't crazy hot...the fans smashed it into submission...my saber has hit 90 a couple of times without throttling...I'll just have to accept the 8320e won't be a 5ghz chip...at least not 24/7...by the time I decide to upgrade case and cooling again it'll be another platform
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The fans on the D14 can be moved up and down on the heat sink radiator fins. Try sliding the center fan down as close to the motherboard as you can. That way that fan will be blowing cool air directly on the VRM heat sink. Also, removing the rear I/O panel greatly increases air flow in that critical area.
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my socket hit 80 on my killer board and never throttled but the vrms weren't crazy hot...the fans smashed it into submission...my saber has hit 90 a couple of times without throttling...I'll just have to accept the 8320e won't be a 5ghz chip...at least not 24/7...by the time I decide to upgrade case and cooling again it'll be another platform

90C won't be too healthy. But I did test where the throttling point or shutdown threshold on the kitty. Somewhere past 85C Cinebench and the board shuts down.

As per accepting your chip, my 8320 does need 1.6 for a stable 4.8 previously. But after trying to lessen my OC, I found that it can encode a video at 1.45Vcore at 4.7GHz. I must be doing something wrong.

I will take this chip into a cold room and see if I can get it to clock decently.
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90C won't be too healthy. But I did test where the throttling point or shutdown threshold on the kitty. Somewhere past 85C Cinebench and the board shuts down.

As per accepting your chip, my 8320 does need 1.6 for a stable 4.8 previously. But after trying to lessen my OC, I found that it can encode a video at 1.45Vcore at 4.7GHz. I must be doing something wrong.

I will take this chip into a cold room and see if I can get it to clock decently.
it wasn't extended and it suprised me it didn't shut down...my pump connector came loose while rummaging about and I realized it after starting a stress test....no flow is no good lol...it was only for about 60 seconds I actually flipped the psu switch....but yeah I expected so much more from this e chip but it's that lottery chance...one of these days I'll take the fiances chip and swap them it was my first 8320 and it managed 4.8 @ 1.48v compared to 4.8 @ 1.512 on this e chip so it's more likely to hit 5 ghz...I just hate the idea of removing that phanteks cooler and reconnecting the fan leads because it is a b... To do because if you connect them before you install you have to fight them and not get them under the cooler and in the paste and if you do it after...there's no room to get anything in there...it will likely gotten when I by a bigger case and the pro goes to her...
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post #52918 of 67713
His throttling is purely power related...


As far as the 8320e...

I'd expect it to be similar to my lower sku 8300, and that chip did 4.8 @ 1.4v, and 4.9 @ 1.464v (load).

That was 10 run max ibt stable.

Asrock board won't throttle until 100c socket, but it will power throttle because of the vrm inability to produce voltage after a certain point.
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post #52919 of 67713
Hi guys,

Recently just build an AMD rig for my home use..

Noticed that the stock cpu fan is running very very fast..staying around 6k rpm..

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ASRock Fatal1ty 990FX Killer
AMD FX 8320

Is that normal for AMD stock cpu fan?

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The noise for the 6k rpm fan is too annoying..decided to get cpu water cooler..

Was looking and finding water cooler..in the end planning to get NZXT Kraken X31..
    
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Yes pretty normal because the chip runs hot and the cooler is just enough.

Upgrade from stock cooler is advised for lower noise levels, better temps and a chance at overclocking.
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