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My pc seems to be stable, but I can't go any higher than this with current settings. Any suggestions on where to go from here with voltages? Is there anything I can do to get my vcore down a little?

    
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Well guys i might submit some x1 scores for the competition but it looks like i wont be submitting anything x2... my second card blue screens anytime i try to load windows with it powered up via psu... i can run one card flawlessly but as soon as the second card gets power... blue screen city... great timing as i had planned to push them both and get some decent scores... anyway perhaps i can get a decent x1 score... but im kind of scared to push it as the card thats crapping was ran stock 90 percent of the time....im actually considering a 980ti if the second card is indeed deep sixed... (waits for impact) i dont see spending another 350 or so on another 290 and block when a new card could be had for not much more....we will see.. the cards are hopefully coming out tommorrow and ill be testing with the blue screen card in by itself to see if it happens with the card or only when the card is crossfired... narrowing it down so i know what could be the issue with it... fingers crossed

on the agena

*run it by itself
*reflash bios if it blue screens by itself
*take the block of whle its out to check for internal leaks or arcing/ electrical issues
*reinstall windows to rule that out
Edited by mfknjadagr8 - 2/12/16 at 10:38pm
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Originally Posted by cssorkinman View Post

That's more efficient than my 5.4 ghz run on the 8370e with the MSI 990 Gaming. Just seeing what kind of clockspeed I can pull out of the chip on this board, haven't done any tuning yet. ( running cl 11 1600mhz atm.)

Nice score, this is what i got with 4.8 GHz 2133 MHz ram 9-11-11-31 and 2600 MHz CPU/NB:




How is that MSI 990 FX board? I heard good things about it.
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post #58124 of 67713
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Originally Posted by cssorkinman View Post

I plopped the 8370e on the MSI 990 gaming board and have started testing. 4.6 ghz took about 1.36 volts for wprime 1024 and firestrike but pov ray 3.7 took 1.424 as did Realbench.
This seems like a heck of a score for only 4.6 ghz - anyone else ran version 2.43 with their Vishera?
Thank you for taking the time to do this, +rep thumb.gif

Two things I notice is no vdroop & really low socket/vrm temps.

ATM,
MSI 990fxa gaming - Nice board, good oc'ing, UEFI, onboard audio, good vrm cooling/heatsink.
Lower quality vrms, same as the 970 version, expensive.

990fxa ud3 rev4 - Solid board overall,good quality 8+2 phase VRM , $35(approx) cheaper than the msi 990fx.
Bad - possible quirky bios & throttling issues ?

M5A99x evo r2 - Good Oc'ing, no bios/uefi issues, good vrm cooling.
Bad- none really, only thing is it's $15(approx) more than the ud3 rev4.

confused.gif

I'll add that I really like the MSI board, if it had better vrms, I'd have bought it by now.
Room temperature will be high for the most part of the year(around 30-35C), my 290 idles @50C.
Hence, I'm a bit concerned.
Edited by Ashura - 2/13/16 at 2:18am
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How to explain this two runs in RealBench one 4.8ghz another 5.1ghz and 4.8ghz is better in image editing and overall score. Difrence is just the core speed- memory and GPU speed is the same.

http://rog.asus.com/realbench/show_comment.php?id=11538&compare=11532


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Originally Posted by mfknjadagr8 View Post

Well guys i might submit some x1 scores for the competition but it looks like i wont be submitting anything x2... my second card blue screens anytime i try to load windows with it powered up via psu... i can run one card flawlessly but as soon as the second card gets power... blue screen city... great timing as i had planned to push them both and get some decent scores... anyway perhaps i can get a decent x1 score... but im kind of scared to push it as the card thats crapping was ran stock 90 percent of the time....im actually considering a 980ti if the second card is indeed deep sixed... (waits for impact) i dont see spending another 350 or so on another 290 and block when a new card could be had for not much more....we will see.. the cards are hopefully coming out tommorrow and ill be testing with the blue screen card in by itself to see if it happens with the card or only when the card is crossfired... narrowing it down so i know what could be the issue with it... fingers crossed

on the agena

*run it by itself
*reflash bios if it blue screens by itself
*take the block of whle its out to check for internal leaks or arcing/ electrical issues
*reinstall windows to rule that out

Best of luck bud. Hope the card is good.
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Originally Posted by mirzet1976 View Post

How to explain this two runs in RealBench one 4.8ghz another 5.1ghz and 4.8ghz is better in image editing and overall score. Difrence is just the core speed- memory and GPU speed is the same.

http://rog.asus.com/realbench/show_comment.php?id=11538&compare=11532



Your runs? I think Image Editing is a GPU attribute. thumb.gif
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Best of luck bud. Hope the card is good.
Your runs? I think Image Editing is a GPU attribute. thumb.gif

Yes my PC.
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Originally Posted by cssorkinman View Post

That's more efficient than my 5.4 ghz run on the 8370e with the MSI 990 Gaming. Just seeing what kind of clockspeed I can pull out of the chip on this board, haven't done any tuning yet. ( running cl 11 1600mhz atm.)

Nice score, this is what i got with 4.8 GHz 2133 MHz ram 9-11-11-31 and 2600 MHz CPU/NB:




How is that MSI 990 FX board? I heard good things about it.

Great gamers board - will push an 8 core to what I consider its maximum practical daily overclock for the average user/gamer ( 4.7 ghz ) . I was playing games on it last night at 5.1 ghz, no problems, but I have it on my 480mm loop - caseless- with fans blowing on both sides of the board. - See comments below.

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Quote:
Originally Posted by cssorkinman View Post

I plopped the 8370e on the MSI 990 gaming board and have started testing. 4.6 ghz took about 1.36 volts for wprime 1024 and firestrike but pov ray 3.7 took 1.424 as did Realbench.
This seems like a heck of a score for only 4.6 ghz - anyone else ran version 2.43 with their Vishera?
Thank you for taking the time to do this, +rep thumb.gif

Two things I notice is no vdroop & really low socket/vrm temps.

ATM,
MSI 990fxa gaming - Nice board, good oc'ing, UEFI, onboard audio, good vrm cooling/heatsink.
Lower quality vrms, same as the 970 version, expensive.

990fxa ud3 rev4 - Solid board overall,good quality 8+2 phase VRM , $35(approx) cheaper than the msi 990fx.
Bad - possible quirky bios & throttling issues ?

M5A99x evo r2 - Good Oc'ing, no bios/uefi issues, good vrm cooling.
Bad- none really, only thing is it's $15(approx) more than the ud3 rev4.

confused.gif

I'll add that I really like the MSI board, if it had better vrms, I'd have bought it by now.
Room temperature will be high for the most part of the year(around 30-35C), my 290 idles @50C.
Hence, I'm a bit concerned.

I really like the board . It's very much geared toward the gamer with its nic and sound being better than most out there. I have no idea what kind of Voodoo it has , but the heatsink over the VRMS are nearly room temp during anything I've run up to this point ( has a 120 corsair sp fan directly on it ) . Seems much cooler than my other boards. There are scads of non-believers out there , I think I'll grab the IR gun from work and shoot a video to show people what I am talking about.
It is a better race horse than a work horse however, and people who apply long duration, 100% loads at healthy overclocks would probably be better off with a Saber or CHV-Z. Of the other boards you listed, I don't have any experience with them , so I can't compare them to the 990 gaming.
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Originally Posted by mirzet1976 View Post

How to explain this two runs in RealBench one 4.8ghz another 5.1ghz and 4.8ghz is better in image editing and overall score. Difrence is just the core speed- memory and GPU speed is the same.

http://rog.asus.com/realbench/show_comment.php?id=11538&compare=11532



I've had fluctuations of 20,000 points at the same settings, not sure what causes it - ULPS? Seems to be the first run is the slowest for that segment. I need to play with it a bit more.
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i really wanna pick up the msi board for playing with, just sounds like fun from what i have seen and heard !@~

i love msi- my first gpus were MSI ( 3 of my 7970s ) and my laptop is as well, loving it !
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i really wanna pick up the msi board for playing with, just sounds like fun from what i have seen and heard !@~

i love msi- my first gpus were MSI ( 3 of my 7970s ) and my laptop is as well, loving it !

I sure like it. If you are a gamer it's near perfect. If you like to bench on limited cooling its a fun board. If you like to run prime 95 endlessly at overclocked speeds, it's probably not for you.

There seems to be something that limits it from running better than 4.8 ghz on IBT, not sure if its a bios setting or it has another safety built into it. I haven't disabled cpu smart protection , nor have I tried the LN2 switch yet devil.gif

Put a decent set of Gskill cl9 2133 on it and improved the realbench score a bit.
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