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tried both

Will you post your voltages please.. and at what frequency you are at on both FSB and CPU


seems pretty stable at this voltage. if not i know it will be at the next voltage tick. cpu/nb is about 1.285v
before i was using 200x 23 and 1.476v on the CPU for the same frequency
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seems pretty stable at this voltage. if not i know it will be at the next voltage tick. cpu/nb is about 1.285v
before i was using 200x 23 and 1.476v on the CPU for the same frequency

I think you are on the right track.. the BSOD definitely seems to just be general stability thing. I know that there have been talks about dead zones on the FSB and I am a half believer on that.. I couldnt get anything past 215 until I hit 240-245. and had to adjust voltages accordingly. I need to get my OC back cause I just swapped MOBO's cause my sound fried on the First sabertooth that I got.

not bad for a 8320.

EDIT: im sorry I can't give too much detail, when Im in the middle of OC'in i ignore the BSOD message as it normally means I need more voltage anyway.. When you raised your FSB did you allow your RAM to OC too? and if so did you raise that voltage? and by how much on both areas..?
Edited by F3ERS 2 ASH3S - 12/12/12 at 8:00pm
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Im sure this goes on later but for now I would like to say that I have had those exact issues.. if you read back to what I mentioned before in my frustration sounds like the same issue.. I really think that the GD65 is a poor OC'er... I don't think anyone has gotten any good stable OC higher than +400mhz on these boards.. they appear to be good for just clicking OC genie and thats about it.. even then it doesn't OC that High.. either that or they have horrible BIOS
just my 2cents
It's possible they aren't great overclocking boards. But at $118 I suppose people have to be realistic in their expectations. People tend to be disappointed because they see others running lower V core and getting better clocks because of LLC - comparing loaded voltages is the only way to see what the board will do. It certainly takes more finesse to overclock without LLC. I know of a guy that was benching on the gd-65 with an 8320 @ 4.9 ghz 1.53 volts @ load 1.6 setting at idle , still wasn't happy because he didn't hit 5 ghz. rolleyes.gif ( tough to please enthusiasts isn't it?) One thing is for sure, no one is jumping up and down praising the bios on them.
In thunder's case , I think heat is causing his problems, he seems to have one of the highest VID chips I've seen. It's my understanding that chips like that are usually limitied in their overclocking potential.

The OC genie on my GD 80 is terribad. Which is disappointing because the genie works well on my socket 1155 p 67 gd65 board. Also the auto MAX FSB overclocking feature on my 790fx gd70's is awesome. Click the setting in bios, boot machine and in 30 seconds it finds a great FSB overclock ( 376 was the best they did). I don't think I have outdone that manually.

After seeing someone posts about gskill not playing well with their vish, I switched out the Gskill for some Geil ram , seems to have improved stability.

Learning a lot through the comparisons , thanks to all who contribute thumb.gif
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Im sure this goes on later but for now I would like to say that I have had those exact issues.. if you read back to what I mentioned before in my frustration sounds like the same issue.. I really think that the GD65 is a poor OC'er... I don't think anyone has gotten any good stable OC higher than +400mhz on these boards.. they appear to be good for just clicking OC genie and thats about it.. even then it doesn't OC that High.. either that or they have horrible BIOS
just my 2cents
It's possible they aren't great overclocking boards. But at $118 I suppose people have to be realistic in their expectations. People tend to be disappointed because they see others running lower V core and getting better clocks because of LLC - comparing loaded voltages is the only way to see what the board will do. It certainly takes more finesse to overclock without LLC. I know of a guy that was benching on the gd-65 with an 8320 @ 4.9 ghz 1.53 volts @ load 1.6 setting at idle , still wasn't happy because he didn't hit 5 ghz. rolleyes.gif ( tough to please enthusiasts isn't it?) One thing is for sure, no one is jumping up and down praising the bios on them.
In thunder's case , I think heat is causing his problems, he seems to have one of the highest VID chips I've seen. It's my understanding that chips like that are usually limitied in their overclocking potential.

The OC genie on my GD 80 is terribad. Which is disappointing because the genie works well on my socket 1155 p 67 gd65 board. Also the auto MAX FSB overclocking feature on my 790fx gd70's is awesome. Click the setting in bios, boot machine and in 30 seconds it finds a great FSB overclock ( 376 was the best they did). I don't think I have outdone that manually.

After seeing someone posts about gskill not playing well with their vish, I switched out the Gskill for some Geil ram , seems to have improved stability.

Learning a lot through the comparisons , thanks to all who contribute thumb.gif

My 32GB G.Skill kit is fine. Clocks even worse then my Corsairs; at least those would do 9-9-9, the G.Skill won't do anything but stock. But it works.

$118 should put the gd-65 right between the 970a-UD3 and the 990FXA-UD3. Should be basing expectations accordingly. It's pretty hard to keep up with the more expensive boards, few cheap ones can pull it off.

8320 @ 4.9 @ 1.53v load... I don't think whoever had that is appreciating just how good that is. At that level, instability could be anything from temps, to voltages going too far, to the fact it's an 8320. It'd also give him 3rd place behind myself and kzone in this thread, and that's saying something.

Anyway, I got me some more Liquid Ultra, and I already did the 6870s in the backup rig, so it's time to do my CPU so I can get a batch number off it. thumb.gif

EDIT: I'm an idiot... (Taken 10/23/2012 5:44.54 PM)


Batch number 1234.
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What kind of gaming and overall performance can I expect going from a Phenom II 955 that's stuck @ stock clocks to a 8350 with a realistically achievable OC?
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What kind of gaming and overall performance can I expect going from a Phenom II 955 that's stuck @ stock clocks to a 8350 with a realistically achievable OC?

955BE at stock? For single thread, an 8320 would be about the same. 8350 would be better. 8350 at the "average" OC of 4.6Ghz would blow it away.

Ph II x4s could never touch an FX-8*** in multi-thread anyway.

Between your CH-V and H100, you should see 4.6Ghz at minimum. Probably closer to 4.8. If you get lucky, maybe even 5Ghz. Simply put, unless you completely bomb out on the silicon lottery, which I don't even think it's possible to do bad enough unless the CPU arrives DOA, you're looking at a good upgrade.
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Used IBT with the AVX-enabled LinX files. I can post my bios settings If you are curious.

Gawd I love my weather. I only use a H80 and an open window! (and my case is closed)
(P.S. Why the disabled sensors? To reduce load)

EDIT: Here:s the bios settings (merged picture, best seen in a new tab)


Yeah, I know. Probably posting stuff nobody cares about. I do that lately :3
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With your motherboard,psu, ram and cooling 4.8 Ghz should be a walk in the park.
Would be a healthy step up from a 3.2 ghz PII quad. C2 steppings were very limited overclockers compared to the C3's and Vishera's.
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oh *** almost double post. Sorry guys. Brain fart.
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What kind of gaming and overall performance can I expect going from a Phenom II 955 that's stuck @ stock clocks to a 8350 with a realistically achievable OC?

955BE at stock? For single thread, an 8320 would be about the same. 8350 would be better. 8350 at the "average" OC of 4.6Ghz would blow it away.

Ph II x4s could never touch an FX-8*** in multi-thread anyway.

Between your CH-V and H100, you should see 4.6Ghz at minimum. Probably closer to 4.8. If you get lucky, maybe even 5Ghz. Simply put, unless you completely bomb out on the silicon lottery, which I don't even think it's possible to do bad enough unless the CPU arrives DOA, you're looking at a good upgrade.
It really depends what you do. I still need to try my games, but what I saw so far seems to lean this way.

Edit: replaced web info with personal experience. I seriously need to stop answering when I'm tired. I'm a bag of derp.

EDIT2: I re-played the first Crysis 2 mission. good news:
  1. I only died three times at veteran (trust me it's an achievement for me)
  2. Despite the fact that I was recording, I could get about 40-60 FPS with a single GTX560
  3. It is faster than with my Phenom II X6
Bad news: The video is choppy (Blargh MSI afterburner video capture). Though, it's not the FX's fault.
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Would I see a big performance upgrade going from me Q6600 @ 3.4ghz to the FX-8350 on stock clock? People keep saying that Intel is better per core and that the fx won't be that big of an upgrade for me.
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