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Originally Posted by hatrix216 View Post

Well finally got my OCs to stay stable. Only pushed my 8350 to 4.4Ghz right now, I don't have good enough cooling to go any further. The cores get up to 63 when running intel burn test for extended periods of time and it's just a bit to hot for my liking.
I mainly game though and temps are a lot lower when playing Far Cry 3 than running any stress test so it seems fine at 4.4 until I maybe upgrade to a water cooling solution. Then I'm sure I can get it to 5.0 easy.

I game at 4.9ghz on air cooling. Obviously i cant stress it at that clock but gaming i dont go over 45C lol. Been alright so far
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OK heres what i get that im going to stick with as its enough for me although i could push it further, this will be my every day OC with my new ASUS CRSH V Z board, heres the link to my build for those that have not seen it. With updated pics since swapping out the GD 80 for the Asus Z board.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1324092/amd-overhaul-watercooled-ft02-fx8350

That is as nice a looking setup as I have seen , well done!

I have recently installed the geil ram that came with the board free , and I am most impressed with it. My system seems more stable and for a 1600mhz rated ram, it's able to hit over 2000mhz thumb.gif
Just for fun I tried running IBT at the same htt link speed and multiplier that you were using. It looks like our chips behave very similarly at these settings. I had to set the voltage in control center at 1.51 volts and it dropped to 1.45 during the burn , this is the result smile.gif
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I game at 4.9ghz on air cooling. Obviously i cant stress it at that clock but gaming i dont go over 45C lol. Been alright so far

Damn lol, I dunno if I'm willing to go that high. I still hit around 50 C while gaming on the cores. Depends how much of an FPS increase I get if it's worth it to go any higher on air.
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That is as nice a looking setup as I have seen , well done!
I have recently installed the geil ram that came with the board free , and I am most impressed with it. My system seems more stable and for a 1600mhz rated ram, it's able to hit over 2000mhz thumb.gif
Just for fun I tried running IBT at the same htt link speed and multiplier that you were using. It looks like our chips behave very similarly at these settings. I had to set the voltage in control center at 1.51 volts and it dropped to 1.45 during the burn , this is the result smile.gif

Don't want to piss on your parade lol but why is the gflops in IBT that low. im sure i get 43 not much difference but it is noticeable
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Damn lol, I dunno if I'm willing to go that high. I still hit around 50 C while gaming on the cores. Depends how much of an FPS increase I get if it's worth it to go any higher on air.

Ye i wouldnt go any higher if i were you lol. what cooler do u have
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Ye i wouldnt go any higher if i were you lol. what cooler do u have

Cooler Master Hyper 212 Plus. It's what I was using on my old Athlon 64 x2 6000+ and when I built my new rig I decided to keep it and see how it would do.
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Originally Posted by cssorkinman View Post

That is as nice a looking setup as I have seen , well done!
I have recently installed the geil ram that came with the board free , and I am most impressed with it. My system seems more stable and for a 1600mhz rated ram, it's able to hit over 2000mhz thumb.gif
Just for fun I tried running IBT at the same htt link speed and multiplier that you were using. It looks like our chips behave very similarly at these settings. I had to set the voltage in control center at 1.51 volts and it dropped to 1.45 during the burn , this is the result smile.gif

Yea I second what gertruude said, those are really low. I just ran it and my speed was 41.9. I'm only @ 4.4
Edited by hatrix216 - 12/12/12 at 12:32pm
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Cooler Master Hyper 212 Plus. It's what I was using on my old Athlon 64 x2 6000+ and when I built my new rig I decided to keep it and see how it would do.
Yea I second what gertruude said, those are really low. I just ran it and my speed was 41.9. I'm only @ 4.4

I posted that as a demonstration of temps and stability , really wasn't trying to produce more Gflops smile.gif
I'm very impressed with the cooling the H-100 provides.
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I posted that as a demonstration of temps and stability , really wasn't trying to produce more Gflops smile.gif
I'm very impressed with the cooling the H-100 provides.
Here is 50 passes

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post #5399 of 67367
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Originally Posted by hatrix216 View Post

Well finally got my OCs to stay stable. Only pushed my 8350 to 4.4Ghz right now, I don't have good enough cooling to go any further. The cores get up to 63 when running intel burn test for extended periods of time and it's just a bit to hot for my liking.
I mainly game though and temps are a lot lower when playing Far Cry 3 than running any stress test so it seems fine at 4.4 until I maybe upgrade to a water cooling solution. Then I'm sure I can get it to 5.0 easy.

Very nice.
So was 1.42v for the cpu the lowest you could set in order to get stability? You might be able to drop the temps a bit more with around 1.356v on Ultra High LLC.
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Guys, my last thread showing performance of the 8350 got locked this is due to fanboys who could not bare the truth. I had an element of Intel in that thread which gave Intel trolls the opportunity to get involved, would anybody be interested in me doing a thread with my 8350 at 5 GHz with crossfire and show what these processors are capable of? I'll do single vs dual gpu with usage graphs?
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