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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)
http://www.overclock.net/t/1318995/official-fx-8320-fx-8350-vishera-owners-club/4980#post_18755069

Yes its your current pc i like the most from that link. One day.....One day ill have something similar. Probably when kids are all grown up and flew the nest biggrin.gif

Though i am thinking of getting a kit after xmas....i just not made my mind up yet. Its either the WC or another gtx660ti for sli rolleyes.gif

I just swapped the fans on the NH D14 so now the 140mm on the edge and 120mm in middle and the difference in cooling is about 8oC lol
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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)
http://www.overclock.net/t/1318995/official-fx-8320-fx-8350-vishera-owners-club/4980#post_18755069

Yes its your current pc i like the most from that link. One day.....One day ill have something similar. Probably when kids are all grown up and flew the nest biggrin.gif

Though i am thinking of getting a kit after xmas....i just not made my mind up yet. Its either the WC or another gtx660ti for sli rolleyes.gif

I just swapped the fans on the NH D14 so now the 140mm on the edge and 120mm in middle and the difference in cooling is about 8oC lol

8c difference? really? thats huge. I can't imagine why that would be, but great thumb.gif
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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)
http://www.overclock.net/t/1318995/official-fx-8320-fx-8350-vishera-owners-club/4980#post_18755069

Yes its your current pc i like the most from that link. One day.....One day ill have something similar. Probably when kids are all grown up and flew the nest biggrin.gif

Though i am thinking of getting a kit after xmas....i just not made my mind up yet. Its either the WC or another gtx660ti for sli rolleyes.gif

I just swapped the fans on the NH D14 so now the 140mm on the edge and 120mm in middle and the difference in cooling is about 8oC lol

8c difference? really? thats huge. I can't imagine why that would be, but great thumb.gif
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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

Thank u for your helping.

My full spec is:

Fx 8320,
msi 999fxa-gd65 rev 3.1 mainboard,
16gb ram totaly =(2 x 4gb kingston ddr3 1333mhz+ 2x 4gb gskill sniper 1600 mhz) all of them working 1333 mhz 9 9 9 24 33 2t command rate. i used all of them my old system without problem
Cpu cooler=xigmatek loki sd963 (i didnt see up to 62 degree celcius with 1.59 vcore)
vga=Sapphire 7870 ghz overclock
600 watt xilence psu(it handled 900 mhz fermi gtx 465 gpu and 4 ghz q9500)
No cd -dvd rw because are ide biggrin.gif need sata conventor.
750 gb samsung hdd

Now this information your asked

and ram timings


Bios doesnt have aps option but i think smilar that cpu phase control= yes it is disabled. No timing information about on kingston ram sticker.
And restore after ac power loss=disable too.

And i noticed very intresting things on post screen. 16 gb ram and unganged mode(64 bit).What is this? i mounted dual channeled and aida shows dual channal 128 bit..

Thank u again. Best regards..
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8c difference? really? thats huge. I can't imagine why that would be, but great thumb.gif

Yes thats what i thought but alas i was wrong doh!whistle.gif

there wasnt any difference lol i was just taking the reading i saw but it was wrong lol bloody kids messing around n i wasnt concentrating biggrin.gif
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Thunder, you are welcome, hope we can help you out smile.gif
If you are willing to live without the extra 8 gb's of ram, in order to try for a higher overclock, I would try using just one set of matched ram. In my experience mismatched ram is a recipe for instability frown.gif.
My suggestion would be to try removing 2 dimms and try running stressing programs at the same settings you first encountered instability to see if it helped the situation.
Please report back with the results.
Here is a good article about ganged vs unganged ram : http://www.ilsistemista.net/index.php/hardware-analysis/3-the-phenom-phenomii-memory-controller-and-the-ganged-vs-unganged-question.html?limitstart=0
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Thunder, you are welcome, hope we can help you out smile.gif
If you are willing to live without the extra 8 gb's of ram, in order to try for a higher overclock, I would try using just one set of matched ram. In my experience mismatched ram is a recipe for instability frown.gif.
My suggestion would be to try removing 2 dimms and try running stressing programs at the same settings you first encountered instability to see if it helped the situation.
Please report back with the results.
Here is a good article about ganged vs unganged ram : http://www.ilsistemista.net/index.php/hardware-analysis/3-the-phenom-phenomii-memory-controller-and-the-ganged-vs-unganged-question.html?limitstart=0

i tried with 2 and 1 ram. Nothing changed frown.gif . And another interesting things enable ac power loss and system is more stable. Maybe mobo has voltage problem or someting like that.
i think i ll give back mobo and change with giga 990fxa-ud5..
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i tried with 2 and 1 ram. Nothing changed frown.gif . And another interesting things enable ac power loss and system is more stable. Maybe mobo has voltage problem or someting like that.
i think i ll give back mobo and change with giga 990fxa-ud5..
It's possible the motherboard has a problem with power delivery, but It may be that your PSU is getting tired too. Vishera's are fairly power hungry when overclocked and stressed ( up to 100 watts more than your old processor). Did you try running OCCT and graphing what your voltages are doing? Might be worth trying before going though the trouble of changing out the motherboard. Would hate to see you spend money on another board only to find out you need a new PSU too .
Good luck with what ever you choose to do smile.gif
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FX-8320 near 5500 MHz, is a bit worse than my FX-8350s, still very good, again the same batch smile.gif
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MSRP is $195. Occasionally Tiger Direct lowers its price to $199 but only for a limited sale. Wait on to 2 months and you will see $199 pricing. It worked that way with Bulldozer. Took 3 moths before price dropped to reasonable levels.
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