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That depends on the chip, this one was 1411 IIRC and did very well on "good" cooling

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Would it be worth spending like $50 (someone upgraded he wants to sell his old so might get it for maybe that or similar) on a newer 8320 to maybe gain some MHz? My 8320 won't go higher than 4.4 at 1.416V (on full load, 1.4125 in bios with very high LLC)
Since I run my fans on low speed (D14 stock fans, LNA) and don't have any extra fans to cool my M5A board I can't really go higher on the voltage without exceeding 80 on socket at full load stresstesting.

What does newer batches get on like 1.425V on average?

on that cooler 300mhz more would be the average limit for old chips. 400mhz for the good old chips.

so i am pretty sure you can do better with pointers from the regulars. be it additional cooling(+vrms or + rear socket) and/or Better tweaking

Vboost and air coolers tend not to get along all that well in proximity to thermal limits.

also you need to find out the batch number of the new chip if it is less than 1429 than no. no point to pay 50$ to end up in the same place +100-100mhz
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The D14 has a reputation for being very quiet anyway, and you have LNA on too? You can lower the center fan so it blows some air at the VRMs and maybe the socket too.

Can you mount a case fan in the top front area of your case in the optical drive bay? That would get cool air going where it is needed.

I never had any luck with very high LLC as all it did was add heat.
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Any way to improve on this guys?.
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Somethings not happy, the combined test is a bit low. Did you use the hot fixes for Win7
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on that cooler 300mhz more would be the average limit for old chips. 400mhz for the good old chips.

so i am pretty sure you can do better with pointers from the regulars. be it additional cooling(+vrms or + rear socket) and/or Better tweaking

Vboost and air coolers tend not to get along all that well in proximity to thermal limits.

also you need to find out the batch number of the new chip if it is less than 1429 than no. no point to pay 50$ to end up in the same place +100-100mhz
Quote:
Originally Posted by miklkit View Post

The D14 has a reputation for being very quiet anyway, and you have LNA on too? You can lower the center fan so it blows some air at the VRMs and maybe the socket too.

Can you mount a case fan in the top front area of your case in the optical drive bay? That would get cool air going where it is needed.

I never had any luck with very high LLC as all it did was add heat.

Before I decide on any purchase I suppose I'll screenshot my settings in my bios if you guys want to help fine tune it and see what I can get out of it. I ordered fans like yesterday to replace a few antec ones that was making ticking noises so I will have one to put at the 5.25 bays soon, thanks for the tip. The middle 140mm is already lowered as much as it can.

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Edited by xLPGx - 2/8/16 at 1:05pm
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to each their own, to me Paint is more useful than Snip.

the lack of symmetrical geometric shapes for highlighting irks me. but if it works for oyu great.

don't bash my method when the method you suggest does do the same thing

also. there are no extra steps

opening snip = opening paint
Pressing new = Print Screen
mouse movement vs keyboard short cut
Drag region = crop
export = export

if you are not further editing your picture, same amount of work same actions no difference.

When it comes to editing and highlighting, paint feels stronger. I can think of a handful of SS or re-edit screen shots for teaching purposes would have taken significantly longer with snip than it did with paint.

its not like you need Photoshop to edit screenshots

Edit: for lack of coffee typos and grammar errors
actually... if its pinned to the taskbar or the start menu... you click it and highlight the area.. and saveas... then upload... its a few less steps..im not knocking paint.. if its needs editing definately paint can help here... but for a quick ss of anything... and also just a portion of the screen i think snip is quicker and easier... the other thing to note is if it needs edited you can open it in paint smile.gif i like you used to always use that same method... but since i found snip i see no reason... theres also less chance of screwing up snip for less experienced windows users.. you click it drag it save it... no accidental cropping issues or resizing the area... as if you crop sometimes it save it as the whole image with white where you cropped if you dont extrude... but like you said to each their own... i still use that method for full screen programs that dont have ss support or things where snip doesnt work...but yeah it only does squares... one thing that snip does have is highlighter and pen so you can add little things to it there as well... it really depends on what you need to do i guess...
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on that cooler 300mhz more would be the average limit for old chips. 400mhz for the good old chips.

so i am pretty sure you can do better with pointers from the regulars. be it additional cooling(+vrms or + rear socket) and/or Better tweaking

Vboost and air coolers tend not to get along all that well in proximity to thermal limits.

also you need to find out the batch number of the new chip if it is less than 1429 than no. no point to pay 50$ to end up in the same place +100-100mhz
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Originally Posted by miklkit View Post

The D14 has a reputation for being very quiet anyway, and you have LNA on too? You can lower the center fan so it blows some air at the VRMs and maybe the socket too.

Can you mount a case fan in the top front area of your case in the optical drive bay? That would get cool air going where it is needed.

I never had any luck with very high LLC as all it did was add heat.

Before I decide on any purchase I suppose I'll screenshot my settings in my bios if you guys want to help fine tune it and see what I can get out of it. I ordered fans like yesterday to replace a few antec ones that was making ticking noises so I will have one to put at the 5.25 bays soon, thanks for the tip. The middle 140mm is already lowered as much as it can.

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Disable both spectrums,



take NB and CPU/NB off auto and give them more voltage

drop your CPU LLC to High and up your V for to about 1.45v

last picture. enabled the disabled thing and disable all the enabled and auto things (for now at-least)

Disable SVM unless you run Virtual machines on your computer.

10 runs of IBT avx on Very high with HWinfo64 in screen shot please.
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IBT AVX Very High on settings above with the changes mentioned by Flailschlamp.
Sure enough toasty, but CPU fans are only at 950 RPM.
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IBT AVX Very High on settings above with the changes mentioned by Flailschlamp.
Sure enough toasty, but CPU fans are only at 950 RPM.

ya, you need to speed them fans up if you want a faster speed.

due to the newer chips wanting more amps than older chips they take less voltage.. heat output while overclock can be the same if not more.

a new chip won't change much if anything
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