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The board(bios) doesn't understand that there are 8 cores, only option is auto and manual, and when set to manual it shows no cores at all :-(

OI I have a MSI 990FXA-GD65 if youd like >< but doubt it horrible for OC'n IMO
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I have heard of this all over the place. ASUS Giga, etc proudly announced that they were among the first to support the bulldozer with the 890FX chipsets, and then overnight it just went away. I always thought it was strange that they has a different pin count and the new tension plates Zambezie/Vishera have a larger pin hole size from .047-.053. Than the AM3. I don't know anyone who has had a good experience with a BD/PD in an 890 "supported" board.

Darn shame
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I have a quick overclocking question for the FX 8350. I am about to recieve my new 8350 on thursday and Im trying to figure how I want to OC it and what is the best way to go about it. I already know how to do multiplier overclocking and am slowly learning about FSB overclocking. I have never touched CPU/NB voltages or DRAM voltages before and I have always overclocked with LLC on. My question is about the LLC.

Do I NEED to run with that on to get my max overclock? Or can I achieve a better overclock without it in some cases?

Also If I wanted to start messing with CPU/NB and DRAM stuff what should I know and how and when do I know to increase or decrease these?

As our regional MSI expert will tell you, all LLC does is compensate for vdroop for you. Load voltage is all that matters, be it with the vdroop of no LLC, or the small vboost of LLC.

Don't bother with NB overclocking, Piledriver doesn't need it like the Ph II's did. As for RAM... http://www.overclock.net/t/1299640/first-time-ocing-ram#post_18037069
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As our regional MSI expert will tell you, all LLC does is compensate for vdroop for you. Load voltage is all that matters, be it with the vdroop of no LLC, or the small vboost of LLC.
Don't bother with NB overclocking, Piledriver doesn't need it like the Ph II's did. As for RAM... http://www.overclock.net/t/1299640/first-time-ocing-ram#post_18037069

Well for me on my M5A97 mobo its a big vboost with LLC. I only have 3 options for it and thats enable, disable, auto. if I enable it I get almost a good .10V jump when stress testing. So lets say Im at 1.42V in bios and run the stress program with LLC enabled it will show as 1.54V in cpuz. I cant just set it at whatever percentage I want even though it shows the settings beside it when highlighted..... It shows options 1-5 (low - extreme) with the percentages but wont let me pick any of them.
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As our regional MSI expert will tell you, all LLC does is compensate for vdroop for you. Load voltage is all that matters, be it with the vdroop of no LLC, or the small vboost of LLC.
Don't bother with NB overclocking, Piledriver doesn't need it like the Ph II's did. As for RAM... http://www.overclock.net/t/1299640/first-time-ocing-ram#post_18037069

Well for me on my M5A97 mobo its a big vboost with LLC. I only have 3 options for it and thats enable, disable, auto. if I enable it I get almost a good .10V jump when stress testing. So lets say Im at 1.42V in bios and run the stress program with LLC enabled it will show as 1.54V in cpuz. I cant just set it at whatever percentage I want even though it shows the settings beside it when highlighted..... It shows options 1-5 (low - extreme) with the percentages but wont let me pick any of them.

The Giga 970 boards are the same.
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The Giga 970 boards are the same.

So it doesnt really matter if I use LLC or not then? Vdroop will not hurt me to much will it? Correct me if Im wrong but I see LLC as being a good thing to use as A: it gets rid of Vdroop B: your CPU is not constantly running at its max voltage for the OC you have obtained when your doing not gaming. Like I said I know how to mess with multiplier OCing but not sure what else I should be playing with to achieve my maximum overclock.
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The Giga 970 boards are the same.

So it doesnt really matter if I use LLC or not then? Vdroop will not hurt me to much will it? Correct me if Im wrong but I see LLC as being a good thing to use as A: it gets rid of Vdroop B: your CPU is not constantly running at its max voltage for the OC you have obtained when your doing not gaming. Like I said I know how to mess with multiplier OCing but not sure what else I should be playing with to achieve my maximum overclock.

Not really. You can adjust for vdroop manually if need be, and C'n'Q will keep voltages low until you're under load, in which case vDroop takes care of that.
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Hey everyone, i been busy running some game benchmarks with my new 8350 and thought id share the results. Hopefully this may help to answer some peoples questions about gaming performance. I ran the same benchmarks twice, once at stock with turbo enabled, and second time around with it Overclocked to 4.51Ghz.

I used FRAPS to record 3 x 1 Minute runs then averaged the scores. All games were maxed out in every setting i could find where applicable. These scores/benchmarks are only a guide and the results may vary according to your own system specification.


















I hope these results will prove helpful to some one curious about gaming performance on an average PC. I will leave you all to draw your own conclusions, but i was quite impressed with the difference between my old FX8120 and the OC FX8350 tbh. Thanks biggrin.gif

Note: BF3 was tested on 64 Player Server during standard play. BFBC2 was also tested on 32 Player server.
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Thanks all, my temps at 5GHz 1.48V are pretty normal, in the beginning of OCCT, in the 50s.
Then it freezes.

What i managed last night: everything is on auto, i've only set the multiplier to 22x, and disabled turbo.. And its working, 4.4GHz, 1.44V under load..
It's obvious that i'm missing something with the "manual" OC setup, and its not primarily the cooling.


(I'm not THAT big of a nab for OC, doing this since 15 years, but every architecture has it's own trick and AMD's new stuff is new for me.. i was Intel guy)
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thanks for sharing Mr Mechraven thumb.gif
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Hey everyone, i been busy running some game benchmarks with my new 8350 and thought id share the results. Hopefully this may help to answer some peoples questions about gaming performance. I ran the same benchmarks twice, once at stock with turbo enabled, and second time around with it Overclocked to 4.51Ghz.

I used FRAPS to record 3 x 1 Minute runs then averaged the scores. All games were maxed out in every setting i could find where applicable. These scores/benchmarks are only a guide and the results may vary according to your own system specification.

*ship*

I hope these results will prove helpful to some one curious about gaming performance on an average PC. I will leave you all to draw your own conclusions, but i was quite impressed with the difference between my old FX8120 and the OC FX8350 tbh. Thanks biggrin.gif

Note: BF3 was tested on 64 Player Server during standard play. BFBC2 was also tested on 32 Player server.

Wow that's a nice minimum frames increase across the board.
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