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Originally Posted by os2wiz View Post

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.

For those local to Fry's Electronics, they have been selling the FX-8350 for $199 for the last few weeks, that is where I got mine. I believe they will also ship.

This week they also have a bundle with a 970 chipset Asus mobo + FX-8350 for $235 after rebate.
http://www.frys.com/search?search_type=regular&sqxts=1&query_string=fx-8350&submit.x=0&submit.y=0&cat=0

And no, I am not associated with Fry's, just a happy customer.
post #5312 of 67357
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Originally Posted by cssorkinman View Post

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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Thanks for the information Thunder, that looks like something is getting hot and it's throttling down. Can you check to see if your clockspeed dropped down at the 8 minute mark? You might also check the temp graphs in OCCT they will let you know how hot the core is getting.
Could you try it again using a lower voltage on the chip? Would be interesting to me to see what difference it makes . Mine will OCCT at 4.1 ghz with a setting of 1.31 volts

EDIT: yes something got hot and it throttled down , just saw the frequency chart - I missed it when i first looked.
You need better cooling smile.gif
Edited by cssorkinman - 12/10/12 at 3:27pm
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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.

Even at their $289 (8150) pricing when they first came out i think they were "reasonable" still. At $219 (8350) for a high performance cpu i think i that is fairly "cheap" considering the performance output
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The lab guys at AMD have had my chip for almost a week now. They have tested on multiple boards with no issues. I will probably pick it up from the campus tomorrow.

So right now I am at a lost as to why my computer will freeze up or just randomly reboot at all stock speeds. The computer with a 1090t runs JUST fine. So it has to be either the mobo or ram at this point.

IF I get a new motherboard, I have a few questions.

1) What should I get? A Crosshair V? Saberooth? I am looking for a nice gaming/overclocking board.

2) Right now I run the GA-990FXA-UD3 which uses the 990fx chipset. I have a raid 5 array setup. If I change over to a new board with the same chipset, will my raid array stay in tact?
post #5316 of 67357
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The lab guys at AMD have had my chip for almost a week now. They have tested on multiple boards with no issues. I will probably pick it up from the campus tomorrow.

So right now I am at a lost as to why my computer will freeze up or just randomly reboot at all stock speeds. The computer with a 1090t runs JUST fine. So it has to be either the mobo or ram at this point.

IF I get a new motherboard, I have a few questions.

1) What should I get? A Crosshair V? Saberooth? I am looking for a nice gaming/overclocking board.

2) Right now I run the GA-990FXA-UD3 which uses the 990fx chipset. I have a raid 5 array setup. If I change over to a new board with the same chipset, will my raid array stay in tact?

Either board is going to be rock solid. Can't attest to the raid as i have never set one up, but i would imagine you will have to reconfigure it in the new bios but the content will be unaffected yes?
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Not sure if you are willing to risk a refurb motherboard but geeks.com has the sabertooth for $94.99 right now.
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Thanks for the information Thunder, that looks like something is getting hot and it's throttling down. Can you check to see if your clockspeed dropped down at the 8 minute mark? You might also check the temp graphs in OCCT they will let you know how hot the core is getting.
Could you try it again using a lower voltage on the chip? Would be interesting to me to see what difference it makes . Mine will OCCT at 4.1 ghz with a setting of 1.31 volts
EDIT: yes something got hot and it throttled down , just saw the frequency chart - I missed it when i first looked.
You need better cooling smile.gif

Thanks for your information cssorkinman. i tried lower voltage but system was unstable even 1.44-146 vcore and during occt in 1 minutes system freeze ,blue screen or alert occt ..i checked and saw 3-4 times lower cpu using.And i notice same time aux temp near 100-105 celcius degree.is there any possibility cpu block surface doesnt fit cpu surface?i dont use stock cpu cooler.i use 3 piped mid range screewed cpu cooler.Maybe i couldnt screewed down properly.But temprature is no high.Maybe sensor is wrong..And sorry for my english. Thanks again..
Edited by thunderass - 12/10/12 at 11:44pm
post #5319 of 67357
So I got my FX-8350 over the weekend, woohoo!
Pull the case apart, remove the GT V6, the 965, and place the FX-8350 in its spot.
mad.gif
Or that's how it should have gone. Wouldn't seat in the socket. Done this a thousand times, but it was early in the day, maybe i had it rotated. Flip it over, and an entire row of pins is bent into the next row! mad.gifmad.gifmad.gif
The packaging is perfect, no dents or dings, looks like it came that way. Didn't look like it had been used before, looks like just some careless handling along the way.
So I'm torn, I bent the pins back, and eventually seated it into the socket. Do I RMA this processor? I plan on lapping it, so I'm not worried about voiding warranties or anything, so if this dies under warranty the likelihood that it will be replaced under warranty is slim. Seems to clock nicely, temps get a bit high but I've got a Thermaltake Extreme 2.0 coming, so I'll keep the temps down til then.
I just couldn't bring myself to put the CPU back in the tin and wait for an RMA (bought from TigerDirect), I was so torn between sticking with the AMD platform, or stop delaying the inevitable and jump ship to Intel. This is how my loyalty is repaid. A self-proclaimed AMD fanboy.
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So I got my FX-8350 over the weekend, woohoo!
Pull the case apart, remove the GT V6, the 965, and place the FX-8350 in its spot.
mad.gif
Or that's how it should have gone. Wouldn't seat in the socket. Done this a thousand times, but it was early in the day, maybe i had it rotated. Flip it over, and an entire row of pins is bent into the next row! mad.gifmad.gifmad.gif
The packaging is perfect, no dents or dings, looks like it came that way. Didn't look like it had been used before, looks like just some careless handling along the way.
So I'm torn, I bent the pins back, and eventually seated it into the socket. Do I RMA this processor? I plan on lapping it, so I'm not worried about voiding warranties or anything, so if this dies under warranty the likelihood that it will be replaced under warranty is slim. Seems to clock nicely, temps get a bit high but I've got a Thermaltake Extreme 2.0 coming, so I'll keep the temps down til then.
I just couldn't bring myself to put the CPU back in the tin and wait for an RMA (bought from TigerDirect), I was so torn between sticking with the AMD platform, or stop delaying the inevitable and jump ship to Intel. This is how my loyalty is repaid. A self-proclaimed AMD fanboy.

Let me get this straight, you did something stupid, and you blame AMD?

Anyway, I've bent the pins on my old 970BE a few times, as long as they bend back and don't break off, you're fine.
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