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post #53341 of 67694
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Originally Posted by Benjiw View Post

Yeah... No not on a r125, the plastic pins that hold it together are a utter pain to remove as they're cheap and have no tolerances so are stiff from factory, give it a few months of dirt and grit, she ain't budging one bit!

While yo have the fairing off may I recommend you "overclock" it?

http://www.sprshop.co.uk/Malossi?osCsid=5n6k8tv5ujkb91hgfg3bjh4jd5
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post #53342 of 67694
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They won't sell independent mechanics the tools they need to fix your car so you are forced to go to a dealership. There are people fighting this fortunately. John Deere is now trying to make the software that runs their heavy equipment so that it is illegal to read the trouble codes and have someone repair it for you. Or repair it yourself. Farmers and construction firms and mining organizations and the EFF are fighting this also.
doesnt suprise me....I do love it when people find ingenious solutions to fixing something that normally would require dealer service
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post #53343 of 67694
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While yo have the fairing off may I recommend you "overclock" it?

http://www.sprshop.co.uk/Malossi?osCsid=5n6k8tv5ujkb91hgfg3bjh4jd5

With the engine in a high tune as it is, I don't recommend putting a big boyz top end on unless you fit a better crank and bearings to take the extra HP.
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post #53344 of 67694
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They won't sell independent mechanics the tools they need to fix your car so you are forced to go to a dealership. There are people fighting this fortunately. John Deere is now trying to make the software that runs their heavy equipment so that it is illegal to read the trouble codes and have someone repair it for you. Or repair it yourself. Farmers and construction firms and mining organizations and the EFF are fighting this also.
doesnt suprise me....I do love it when people find ingenious solutions to fixing something that normally would require dealer service

My opinion of the copyright law is. If they (the designer) does not know that you have their information, they will keep on going on doing the same thing if not different from what you know already.

Of course the designer wants what was hacked out of their code, at the least to know what was hacked out of their code. What makes them mad is when they did not think of the hack first and then must pay for their own hacked code.

This making sense, or am I dragging on? Preaching to the choir probably.
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My opinion of the copyright law is. If they (the designer) does not know that you have their information, they will keep on going on doing the same thing if not different from what you know already.

Of course the designer wants what was hacked out of their code, at the least to know what was hacked out of their code. What makes them mad is when they did not think of the hack first and then must pay for their own hacked code.

This making sense, or am I dragging on? Preaching to the choir probably.

I get what you are saying. It is another way to squeeze money out of people by making things, in this case software, proprietary. The problem is when you spend a million dollars on a combine or earth mover you should be able to repair it how you see fit. Not how John Deere thinks you should.
post #53346 of 67694
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My opinion of the copyright law is. If they (the designer) does not know that you have their information, they will keep on going on doing the same thing if not different from what you know already.

Of course the designer wants what was hacked out of their code, at the least to know what was hacked out of their code. What makes them mad is when they did not think of the hack first and then must pay for their own hacked code.

This making sense, or am I dragging on? Preaching to the choir probably.
I understand what you are saying although the error codes (diagnostic codes) are there for them to read so its more extracting it not really hacking it out...if they really wanted to do this they would make most of the parts unpurchasable and patent and copyright everything (their proprietary designs)and only have their dealers have access to parts...the problem is they outsource the components to outside companies which they can't regulate...I don't agree with their approach because it will cost them money because people will likely either move to a different brand they can work on themselves or go time another brand and pay them to repair items just on principle...yes people will still buy based on name alone and probably will pay their crazy labor prices but I feel they will take a sales hit...
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is anyone still following this thread? I clocked my FX-8320 to 4.5Ghz without changing any other settings and everything seemed fine. I started slowly bumping up the northbridge and ht link. with nb at 2800 and ht link at 2600 windows quit working. After resetting cmos and everything back to defaults I tried going up again w/o changing northbridge or ht link.
Now the highest I can go is 4.20Ghz or windows doesn't start.
What happened? Did I jack something up?
I followed the guide and changed some other settings but can not go beyond 4.20Ghz no matter what I do. Help please!
My build is as follows:


AMD FX(tm)-8320 Eight-Core Processor


Threading

1 CPU - 8 Core - 8 Thread


Frequency

4218.57 MHz (21 * 200.88 MHz) - Uncore: 2209.7 MHz


Multiplier

Current: 21 / Min: 7 / Max: 21


Architecture

Vishera / OR-C0-Step (32 nm)


Cpuid / Ext.

F.2.0 / 15.2


IA Extensions

MMX(+), SSE, SSE2, SSE3, SSSE3, SSE4.1, SSE4.2, SSE4A, x86-64, AMD-V, AES, AVX, XOP, FMA3, FMA4


Caches

L1D : 16 KB / L2 : 2048 KB / L3 : 8192 KB


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L1D : 4-way / L2 : 16-way / L3 : 64-way


TDP / Vcore

125.02 Watts / 1.188 Volts


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Retail (Original Frequency : 3700 MHz)

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Model

Gigabyte 970A-DS3P


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Socket AM3+ (942)


North Bridge

AMD RD9x0 rev 02


South Bridge

AMD SB910/950 rev 40


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American Megatrends Inc. F1 (04/08/2013)

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Total Size

16384 MB


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Crucial Technology 8192 MB (DDR3-1600) - XMP 1.3


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Crucial Technology 8192 MB (DDR3-1600) - XMP 1.3

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AMD Radeon(TM) R7 360 Series @ 1100 MHz


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XFX Pine Group Inc.


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2048 MB @ 1500 MHz


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12.0

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Model #1

TOSHIBA THNSNJ256GCSU


Capacity #1

256 GB

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Screen #1

SONY SONY TV *06 (SNYB203)


Screen #1 Spec

65 inches (165.1 cm) / 1920 x 1080 pixels @ 58-62 Hz

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Windows Version

Microsoft Windows 10 (10.0) Home 64-bit


Windows Subver.

Build 10240


CPU-Z Version

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post #53348 of 67694
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Originally Posted by taistick View Post

is anyone still following this thread? I clocked my FX-8320 to 4.5Ghz without changing any other settings and everything seemed fine. I started slowly bumping up the northbridge and ht link. with nb at 2800 and ht link at 2600 windows quit working. After resetting cmos and everything back to defaults I tried going up again w/o changing northbridge or ht link.
Now the highest I can go is 4.20Ghz or windows doesn't start.
What happened? Did I jack something up?
I followed the guide and changed some other settings but can not go beyond 4.20Ghz no matter what I do. Help please!
My build is as follows:


AMD FX(tm)-8320 Eight-Core Processor


Threading

1 CPU - 8 Core - 8 Thread


Frequency

4218.57 MHz (21 * 200.88 MHz) - Uncore: 2209.7 MHz


Multiplier

Current: 21 / Min: 7 / Max: 21


Architecture

Vishera / OR-C0-Step (32 nm)


Cpuid / Ext.

F.2.0 / 15.2


IA Extensions

MMX(+), SSE, SSE2, SSE3, SSSE3, SSE4.1, SSE4.2, SSE4A, x86-64, AMD-V, AES, AVX, XOP, FMA3, FMA4


Caches

L1D : 16 KB / L2 : 2048 KB / L3 : 8192 KB


Caches Assoc.

L1D : 4-way / L2 : 16-way / L3 : 64-way


TDP / Vcore

125.02 Watts / 1.188 Volts


Type

Retail (Original Frequency : 3700 MHz)

Motherboard



Model

Gigabyte 970A-DS3P


Socket

Socket AM3+ (942)


North Bridge

AMD RD9x0 rev 02


South Bridge

AMD SB910/950 rev 40


BIOS

American Megatrends Inc. F1 (04/08/2013)

Memory (RAM)



Total Size

16384 MB


Type

Dual Channel (128 bit) DDR3-SDRAM


Frequency

803.5 MHz - Ratio 1:4


Timings

9-9-9-24-39 (tCAS-tRC-tRP-tRAS-tCS)


Slot #1 Module

Crucial Technology 8192 MB (DDR3-1600) - XMP 1.3


Slot #2 Module

Crucial Technology 8192 MB (DDR3-1600) - XMP 1.3

Graphic Card (GPU)



GPU #1 Type

AMD Radeon(TM) R7 360 Series @ 1100 MHz


GPU #1 Brand

XFX Pine Group Inc.


VRAM #1 Type

2048 MB @ 1500 MHz


DirectX

12.0

Storage (HDD/SSD)



Model #1

TOSHIBA THNSNJ256GCSU


Capacity #1

256 GB

Display



Screen #1

SONY SONY TV *06 (SNYB203)


Screen #1 Spec

65 inches (165.1 cm) / 1920 x 1080 pixels @ 58-62 Hz

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Windows Version

Microsoft Windows 10 (10.0) Home 64-bit


Windows Subver.

Build 10240


CPU-Z Version

1.73.0 (64 bit)





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From what I understand, the motherboard you have really isn't the best for overclocking an 8 core.
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post #53349 of 67694
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Quote:
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well a lot of things especially cars are designed that way now so you have to pay a dealer for service because they have specialty tools to make it easy for them hard for you...in the case of this board it's almost like they planned it all out then said oh damn where do we put the cmos battery...working in construction for 13 years I understand your frustration though sometimes it seems like people design things without thought to maintenance or ease of use...oh the things I've seen in houses

To be perfectly honest the sabre is a very poorly designed board. The usb 3 header is placed in an awful position and the fan header right next to it? Don't get me started, the diagnostic header right next to a fan header too? What where they thinking?! rolleyes.gif

I love asus usb 3 header position. Wish everyone did it there

Quote:
Originally Posted by taistick View Post

is anyone still following this thread? I clocked my FX-8320 to 4.5Ghz without changing any other settings and everything seemed fine. I started slowly bumping up the northbridge and ht link. with nb at 2800 and ht link at 2600 windows quit working. After resetting cmos and everything back to defaults I tried going up again w/o changing northbridge or ht link.
Now the highest I can go is 4.20Ghz or windows doesn't start.
What happened? Did I jack something up?
I followed the guide and changed some other settings but can not go beyond 4.20Ghz no matter what I do. Help please!
My build is as follows:


AMD FX(tm)-8320 Eight-Core Processor


Threading

1 CPU - 8 Core - 8 Thread


Frequency

4218.57 MHz (21 * 200.88 MHz) - Uncore: 2209.7 MHz


Multiplier

Current: 21 / Min: 7 / Max: 21


Architecture

Vishera / OR-C0-Step (32 nm)


Cpuid / Ext.

F.2.0 / 15.2


IA Extensions

MMX(+), SSE, SSE2, SSE3, SSSE3, SSE4.1, SSE4.2, SSE4A, x86-64, AMD-V, AES, AVX, XOP, FMA3, FMA4


Caches

L1D : 16 KB / L2 : 2048 KB / L3 : 8192 KB


Caches Assoc.

L1D : 4-way / L2 : 16-way / L3 : 64-way


TDP / Vcore

125.02 Watts / 1.188 Volts


Type

Retail (Original Frequency : 3700 MHz)

Motherboard



Model

Gigabyte 970A-DS3P


Socket

Socket AM3+ (942)


North Bridge

AMD RD9x0 rev 02


South Bridge

AMD SB910/950 rev 40


BIOS

American Megatrends Inc. F1 (04/08/2013)

Memory (RAM)



Total Size

16384 MB


Type

Dual Channel (128 bit) DDR3-SDRAM


Frequency

803.5 MHz - Ratio 1:4


Timings

9-9-9-24-39 (tCAS-tRC-tRP-tRAS-tCS)


Slot #1 Module

Crucial Technology 8192 MB (DDR3-1600) - XMP 1.3


Slot #2 Module

Crucial Technology 8192 MB (DDR3-1600) - XMP 1.3

Graphic Card (GPU)



GPU #1 Type

AMD Radeon(TM) R7 360 Series @ 1100 MHz


GPU #1 Brand

XFX Pine Group Inc.


VRAM #1 Type

2048 MB @ 1500 MHz


DirectX

12.0

Storage (HDD/SSD)



Model #1

TOSHIBA THNSNJ256GCSU


Capacity #1

256 GB

Display



Screen #1

SONY SONY TV *06 (SNYB203)


Screen #1 Spec

65 inches (165.1 cm) / 1920 x 1080 pixels @ 58-62 Hz

Miscellaneous



Windows Version

Microsoft Windows 10 (10.0) Home 64-bit


Windows Subver.

Build 10240


CPU-Z Version

1.73.0 (64 bit)





CPU-Z SCREENSHOT
screenshot of cpu-z software validation

- advert -

1 need bios screens not this garbage ( no offense ment. But try to read this on a phone )

2 2800cpu/NB most likely won't happen.

Leave cpu NB at either 2400 or 2600 in most situations.
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I love asus usb 3 header position. Wish everyone did it there


1 need bios screens not this garbage ( no offense ment. But try to read this on a phone )

2 2800cpu/NB most likely won't happen.

Leave cpu NB at either 2400 or 2600 in most situations.
just need more information period...when you say windows doesn't start do you mean the pc doesn't post and reboots in a loop or do you mean Windows tries to load but fails?
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