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I've just noticed a strange thing: after my PC resumes from sleep, the socket temp has the same value as the core temp. It's obviously a sensor malfunction.. shows the same in all programs - Aida64, hwmonitor, hwinfo. Did anyone else notice this? I'm running the 990fxa-ud3 btw.

Anyone willing to try this? Put the computer in sleep mode and then restore please? I'd really like to know if it's just my PC / mobo doing this or not. Thanks in advance.

I recall that happening on my UD3 as well. Nothing to be worried about. Doesn't happen with the motherboard I have now.
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that sounds similar to what I did with my old 2500k... even then @ 4ghz the cpu did everything I needed it to...so, im guessing even with a very small oc to an 8350, I'll be happy

If you want an easy overclock, you can just raise the multiplier, but if you want to go far, you will need tweaking. Lots and lots of tweaking.

AMD FX is superior to Intel as far as overclocking goes. You can do it just as easily as on Intel with unlocked multiplier or you can use a combination of bus + multiplier or whatever you see fit. You also have HT Link and CPUNB to play with as well.

Bus overclocking is very finicky and there are definite dead zones where CPU speed doesn't matter, you will be unstable. It takes a lot of work to get bus overclocking right, but if you can do it you get a better overclock.

AMD FX is an overclocker's wet dream. I have never had this much fun overclocking a CPU before. Compared to the Sandy Bridge I overclocked, AMD FX is a lot more fun. You can either just go full multi and get it over with or you can play with it for week and weeks and weeks and eek out that extra 100mhz or so.
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Thank you, this is very helpful... @ stock the 8350 appears to be at 4gz..I would probably (at first) try to get a 500 mhz increase if possible...the oc on sandy bridge was very simple, so if it's just as easy to get into...I dont see why not! I wanted a crosshair v + 8350 , and was debating between a maximus v formula + 3770k...mostly for gaming/video editing.... but I save quite a bit with AMD... I don't bench...just game/browse/edit ...AMD is looking real nice now.. I have a good deal on two gtx 680 lightnings, and just wanted to make sure the 8350 could keep up, and that I could oc it with ease if it was holding the cards back a bit...
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I got my chip back today from the AMD lab. They found something interesting. They were able to reproduce the issues also using Gskill memory. If they took out the Gskill memory and used other brands, the chip worked fine. What they think is there is a timing issue with this board and Gskill ram that will require a bios update. They are going to send the information over to a different group at AMD for more intense, specific testing.

I will be buying some Crucial ram at Frys to try my chip again.
post #5355 of 67345
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Thanks for your helping again.. A picture for my system.

i suspect psu .Maybe psu cannot give proper voltage after 7-8 minutes later and made system unstable. Look at that

It looks like that power supply has two 12v rails for the ATX plug (20A each) do you have both plugged in?
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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?

CHV-Z,
and yes I've swapped my storage array over from the CHIV to the CHV-Z (890fx to 990FX) no problem.
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The 8350/8320 will have no problem running three or four 670/680's
I have run 4x6970's and currently 3 x 7970's + GT 640(physics) and they scale to all 3 or four cards with 100% use (the only limiting factor is the game software)
OCN Official Top 30 Heaven 3.0 Scores ( see # 21...and #29 for that matter)

Metro 2033

BF3

Dirt 3

Red, does that GT640 for physx give you all the physx performance you ever need in the games you play? Just curious.

It does, they would like you to think ou need a GTX 670 but you do not. The 384 CUDA cores of the 640are enough to play with PhysX all the way up. smile.gif
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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.

Nah they were bent right out of the box. No way I bent them, with how far they were bent I would have had to stand it up perpendicular to a flat surface, line something else up with the first row of pins, then apply even force downwards to bend each pin in the same direction and the same distance.
I have been putting PCs together for 18 years, and have never bent more than one or two pins at a time, and never one to the extreme these were bent. Pins touching pins x 30.
This was something done before the CPU was put in its packaging. Did you even read the post?

Edit: I've got CPUs sitting on my desk as coasters that have less bent pins
Edited by CrazyLefty - 12/11/12 at 6:55pm
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I got my chip back today from the AMD lab. They found something interesting. They were able to reproduce the issues also using Gskill memory. If they took out the Gskill memory and used other brands, the chip worked fine. What they think is there is a timing issue with this board and Gskill ram that will require a bios update. They are going to send the information over to a different group at AMD for more intense, specific testing.
I will be buying some Crucial ram at Frys to try my chip again.

Interesting.
What G.Skill kit did you run?
Any mention if it was more than one model that duplicated issue?
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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.

Nah they were bent right out of the box. No way I bent them, with how far they were bent I would have had to stand it up perpendicular to a flat surface, line something else up with the first row of pins, then apply even force downwards to bend each pin in the same direction and the same distance.
I have been putting PCs together for 18 years, and have never bent more than one or two pins at a time, and never one to the extreme these were bent. Pins touching pins x 30.
This was something done before the CPU was put in its packaging. Did you even read the post?

Edit: I've got CPUs sitting on my desk as coasters that have less bent pins

I saw that you tried to put in the CPU before noticing the pins.
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