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Is HWMonitor working properly? Isn't it supposed to display cores, like coreTemp.

the package temp is your core temp, they changed it with the new release for some reason

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Is the cpu temp, displayed above mainboard, the socket temp?
Whilst overclocking should I refer the package temp?

My room temp should be around 20~25C. The temps are so low, are they accurate? (stock cooler, stock clock)
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Is the cpu temp, displayed above mainboard, the socket temp?
Whilst overclocking should I refer the package temp?
My room temp should be around 20~25C. The temps are so low, are they accurate? (stock cooler, stock clock)

Yes cpu is socket temp.

Yup top temp of 62C on package

the idle temps seem about right. You wont get an accurate reading on cores til around 50C they say.
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i think you are supposed to watch the core temps/ package not the cpu under load
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that definitely sounds like a BIOS issue.. not much can be said about it..

One question, what program you use to see the cpu frequency?. For recent use open hardware monitor and saw it for less than a second rate reaches 4200 MHz, but with amd overdrive detect not reached. It's not like the fx 8150 that was longer at that frequency. In your pc is how long the turbo active core at 4200 mhz?
From already thank you very much.
post #5596 of 67355
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Ive been playing with the following combo for the past 2 days and am very dissapointed.

Asus Crosshair V - Latest Bios
FX-8350 vid 1.365
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Was working my way towards prime95 stability at 4800mhz, which looking around is average.

Was dialing this with CPU @ 1.5250v and CPU/NB @ 1.3v, memory at 1600mhz as so not to be effecting my overclocking results.

With the cooling mentioned above the CPU package temperature never exceeded 52C which from what I have seen is pretty good temps in relation to the vcore I am pushing.

Then something strange has happened.

My last attempt for prime stability got me past the 1 hour mark and then the PC locked up.

After forced rebooting, and trying to prime again with the same settings it just locks up instantly.

I spent most of the day trying diff settings, clearing cmos etc etc but for some reason unknown to me the CPU just locks up in prime with settings that would run no problem before.

The CPU looks to have lost at least 100mhz stability, i.e it is only *stable* at 4700mhz now.

Ive taken out the CPU / RAM / CMOS battery and left the jumper on clear and Monday will see if anything has changed.

What do you guys think is at fault here ?

And my CPU also came with the seal broken, was bought from Amazon.co.uk

Hope to hear some peeps thoughts.......
post #5597 of 67355
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Originally Posted by mongoled View Post

Hi!
Ive been playing with the following combo for the past 2 days and am very dissapointed.
Asus Crosshair V - Latest Bios
FX-8350 vid 1.365
GSkill RipjawsX F3-17000CL9D-8GBXLD
SeaSonic X750 Gold 750W
Apogee XT 1/2" ID
Swiftech D5 MCP655 | EK-D5 X-TOP Rev.2
Thermochill PA120.3 | 6 x 1850rpm Scythe GT
EK-Multioption Advanced Res 400
Was working my way towards prime95 stability at 4800mhz, which looking around is average.
Was dialing this with CPU @ 1.5250v and CPU/NB @ 1.3v, memory at 1600mhz as so not to be effecting my overclocking results.
With the cooling mentioned above the CPU package temperature never exceeded 52C which from what I have seen is pretty good temps in relation to the vcore I am pushing.
Then something strange has happened.
My last attempt for prime stability got me past the 1 hour mark and then the PC locked up.
After forced rebooting, and trying to prime again with the same settings it just locks up instantly.
I spent most of the day trying diff settings, clearing cmos etc etc but for some reason unknown to me the CPU just locks up in prime with settings that would run no problem before.
The CPU looks to have lost at least 100mhz stability, i.e it is only *stable* at 4700mhz now.
Ive taken out the CPU / RAM / CMOS battery and left the jumper on clear and Monday will see if anything has changed.
What do you guys think is at fault here ?
And my CPU also came with the seal broken, was bought from Amazon.co.uk
Hope to hear some peeps thoughts.......

If you read the thread you'll find that a lot of people have trouble with prime95 with these chips. It's some issue with prime95. If you can maintain stability with IBT, I'd say that your clock is pretty stable.
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post #5598 of 67355
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Hi!
Ive been playing with the following combo for the past 2 days and am very dissapointed.
Asus Crosshair V - Latest Bios
FX-8350 vid 1.365
GSkill RipjawsX F3-17000CL9D-8GBXLD
SeaSonic X750 Gold 750W
Apogee XT 1/2" ID
Swiftech D5 MCP655 | EK-D5 X-TOP Rev.2
Thermochill PA120.3 | 6 x 1850rpm Scythe GT
EK-Multioption Advanced Res 400
Was working my way towards prime95 stability at 4800mhz, which looking around is average.
Was dialing this with CPU @ 1.5250v and CPU/NB @ 1.3v, memory at 1600mhz as so not to be effecting my overclocking results.
With the cooling mentioned above the CPU package temperature never exceeded 52C which from what I have seen is pretty good temps in relation to the vcore I am pushing.
Then something strange has happened.
My last attempt for prime stability got me past the 1 hour mark and then the PC locked up.
After forced rebooting, and trying to prime again with the same settings it just locks up instantly.
I spent most of the day trying diff settings, clearing cmos etc etc but for some reason unknown to me the CPU just locks up in prime with settings that would run no problem before.
The CPU looks to have lost at least 100mhz stability, i.e it is only *stable* at 4700mhz now.
Ive taken out the CPU / RAM / CMOS battery and left the jumper on clear and Monday will see if anything has changed.
What do you guys think is at fault here ?
And my CPU also came with the seal broken, was bought from Amazon.co.uk
Hope to hear some peeps thoughts.......
Same thing happened to me, had it running at 5 ghz like the first day I had this rig, then i couldn't get it prime stable over 4.8 or so , I have no Idea what changed .
This is what I think of Prime on the Vish - "Running prime 95 on the Vishera is a little like an adventure game at 4.6 Ghz you encounter a troll, 4.8 Ghz you run into an Ogre on steroids, as you journey into the land of 5 ghz you are met at the border by a Minotaur who voted republican and is still pissed off about the outcome of the election tongue.gif"
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I was reading up a little on aftermarket NB and VRM Heatsinks and I came across a couple articles on the VRM and Socket Temps being partially linked.
Because it's all connected by copper, you will get the best results by cooling both the socket and the VRM, since cooling the socket will help with VRM temps and cooling the VRM's will help with Socket temps.
Since the Sabertooth 2.0 has such a bestly VRM/NB heatsink, that may be part of why your Socket Temps are lower than your Core Temps. (compared to what you may be used to on the MSI board)
Other Cool info.
AMD VRM Database
VRM/MOSFET Board Safety

good piece of info.. that makes sense as I really have never had a linked setup with NB/VRM and like you said how massive they are
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Ebay is not a bad place to save. Just remember to look at pictures thoroughly and ask questions. Can easily save 50% if ur picky. Not new,a bent fin or two, but works as meant to. Only thing I bought new is touching my cpu. Raystorm $50.00. Got a great RX360 for $40, DD Radres for $25, and Laing d5 for $50. Most of the items, except, raystorm came with fittings too. A kit is a great idea, but you really can't customize. Just don't skimp on a closed loop system.

Yeah but ... its meh babeh! io do agree finding parts on ebay is good.. but since its my first attempt at water OC i just want to get it togethre right the first time and not worry about something going bad

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Originally Posted by charly261982 View Post

One question, what program you use to see the cpu frequency?. For recent use open hardware monitor and saw it for less than a second rate reaches 4200 MHz, but with amd overdrive detect not reached. It's not like the fx 8150 that was longer at that frequency. In your pc is how long the turbo active core at 4200 mhz?
From already thank you very much.

CPUz is the easiest one and updates quite rapidly http://www.cpuid.com/softwares/cpu-z.html

in addition the turbo 4.2 core doesn't last that long, mainly designed for quick bursts of power.. you will more than likely see 4.1 more often then not. TBH turbocore is good but really 200mhz now days does not make too much of a difference
Edited by F3ERS 2 ASH3S - 12/15/12 at 11:27am
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post #5600 of 67355
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Hi!
Ive been playing with the following combo for the past 2 days and am very dissapointed.
Asus Crosshair V - Latest Bios
FX-8350 vid 1.365
GSkill RipjawsX F3-17000CL9D-8GBXLD
SeaSonic X750 Gold 750W
Apogee XT 1/2" ID
Swiftech D5 MCP655 | EK-D5 X-TOP Rev.2
Thermochill PA120.3 | 6 x 1850rpm Scythe GT
EK-Multioption Advanced Res 400
Was working my way towards prime95 stability at 4800mhz, which looking around is average.
Was dialing this with CPU @ 1.5250v and CPU/NB @ 1.3v, memory at 1600mhz as so not to be effecting my overclocking results.
With the cooling mentioned above the CPU package temperature never exceeded 52C which from what I have seen is pretty good temps in relation to the vcore I am pushing.
Then something strange has happened.
My last attempt for prime stability got me past the 1 hour mark and then the PC locked up.
After forced rebooting, and trying to prime again with the same settings it just locks up instantly.
I spent most of the day trying diff settings, clearing cmos etc etc but for some reason unknown to me the CPU just locks up in prime with settings that would run no problem before.
The CPU looks to have lost at least 100mhz stability, i.e it is only *stable* at 4700mhz now.
Ive taken out the CPU / RAM / CMOS battery and left the jumper on clear and Monday will see if anything has changed.
What do you guys think is at fault here ?
And my CPU also came with the seal broken, was bought from Amazon.co.uk
Hope to hear some peeps thoughts.......

1.525v Vcore for 1.48GHz seems high compared to my very similar setup which is 20 runs "Max" for IBT stable and passes 24 hrs of OCCT LinPack using 1.476v (0.156250) Vcore in bios.
Prime95 and Vishera don't play well together as has been noted in previous posts. The last time I ran prime95 it failed just after the one hour mark (one core stopped). That was a bios update back and on a slightly earlier version of P95.
I've learned it's very easy to over volt and IMHO Vishera is a lot more sensitive than previous models. Settings in Digi + II can be of a big help rather than always increasing a given voltage.
Have you tried slightly less CPU/NB voltage? I have 16GBs and a NB Freq at 2574MHz and use 1.231v (0.068750) in bios.
Make sure to double check bios settings, it is possible a few might change after a hard reboot. It's happened to me.

I do have a lot of work to do yet and am starting on that again here shortly. This supposed wall around 4.8GHz on Vishera reminds me so much of the wall on my Thuban when going from 4.0GHz to 4.1 and finally 4233MHz. Hoping this latest bios and newer version of P95 may help stability in P95 but not holding my breath on that one.
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