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You were able to go 300 mhz over your everyday overclock, nice. Did you do any benchmarks or notice a difference in gaming? I'd love to see you push the vcore like crazy b/c it's a project on my bucket list to deactivate some cores and overclock. It looks like you have adequate cooling to go well past 1.368v. Any reason you stopped there?

4+2phase vrm board. IT throttles above 1.33 vcore in bios. I have llc on max.
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4+2phase vrm board. IT throttles above 1.33 vcore in bios. I have llc on max.

I see. There's arguably not much point upgrading a mobo at this point for this CPU. Especially since you're pulling 4.7 and 5.0 on 4 and 8 cores respectively. Way to push that 4+2phase mobo to its full potential!
    
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I see. There's arguably not much point upgrading a mobo at this point for this CPU. Especially since you're pulling 4.7 and 5.0 on 4 and 8 cores respectively. Way to push that 4+2phase mobo to its full potential!

I will probably upgrade to a used 990fx board honestly. 50-100 bucks for a pc im going to use for the next few years is not a big deal to me. Or get a 970 aura with a m.2 ssd. Considering i got hte processor and board for free wink.gif My friend gave me it for nothing lol.
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Thank you for the suggestions everyone. I have sold the parts to a person with good heatware and have already been paid. I am going to pack it very carefully and also take pictures just in case something happens in shipping or something. I did purchase the Asus 970 Pro Aura and am using a Noctua NH-D15 so, unless I get a not so good chip, I should be able to get at least 4.7 GHz out of it.

Got tired of having top end gaming hardware when I really was not gaming much at all. Just going to upgrade in 2018 and stick to a budget like I have in the past.

Welcome to the club. Once you stop gaming, your computer habbits change dramaticaly. If it wasn't for x264 encoding (which i find myself doing also less and less as time passes), i would be now running a quad APU. You know, once you cease needing high performance parts, the next best fun thing, is to run silent PC.

My rule of thumb is this: "No purchase above 150 euros". Because it matters not what you do, things get obsolete. So if you can do your job, do it cheaply. I bought in the last semester 2 GTX750Ti. I am glad that i didn't buy a more costly card, because it can play my heaviest game at ultra (Skyrim) and it costs 125 euros. There is always the annoying, reccuring part. It's well known to everyone, since years, that x265 (HEVC) is bound to become the 4K video format standard. But GPU producers, have for years being producing GPUs, without acceleration for it, while at the same time, they advertize these models as "with 4K resolution support". I looked up the GTX750Ti and says "it has partial acceleration". An honest question is "Why on earth do you bother for partial acceleration?" The obvious reply is "so that you buy our next GPU that will have full HEVC acceleration". Now, if i had bought a 250 euro card, i would be pretty pissed off if tomorrow i find that i must buy new one, because my "4K ready GPU, can't fully accelerate 4K video". Now, i won't be so pissed, because at the end, i paid 125 euros each.

Or suppose you buy now the latest card that does support full HEVC acceleration. 6 months down the road, you will read "now our new cards with UVD 5.0 that brings X improvment in colour, Y improvement in postprocessing, bla bla bla" and you think "oh, gee, i should get this one".
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this cpuz glitch though lol. http://valid.x86.fr/iqvsyt i was running my 8350 as a quad at 5.1 and tried to validate it and it gave me that.

Holy shert.

We have a new record! @The Stilt
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Holy shert.

We have a new record! @The Stilt

Heh, talk about how good one can become in overclocking, by reading you gurus in the Vishera owners thread. biggrin.gif
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Welcome to the club. Once you stop gaming, your computer habbits change dramaticaly. If it wasn't for x264 encoding (which i find myself doing also less and less as time passes), i would be now running a quad APU. You know, once you cease needing high performance parts, the next best fun thing, is to run silent PC.

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Or suppose you buy now the latest card that does support full HEVC acceleration. 6 months down the road, you will read "now our new cards with UVD 5.0 that brings X improvment in colour, Y improvement in postprocessing, bla bla bla" and you think "oh, gee, i should get this one".

The other thing to is that these chips are designed years earlier than when they hit the shelves, so guessing specs and putting it in hardware isn't easy.

If nVidia could just revise a chip in a matter of months, Pascal would be doing Async Shading.
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Heh, talk about how good one can become in overclocking, by reading you gurus in the Vishera owners thread. biggrin.gif

Way beyond my reach. biggrin.gif
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Well, I will be receiving the parts today and installing them this evening. (Also took 4 days off so I can enjoy the building process. smile.gif ) Now, the other excellent piece of news is the, because I used the American Express card I received from a newegg deal, American Express gave me $50 back instead of the original $25 for my first qualifying purchase. biggrin.gif That made my purchase cost only $237 and I was able to stick $290 right into my savings account. smile.gif

I still have my 980 Ti because I could not make anything back on that realistically. However, I would love to sell it and pick up 2 x RX480's instead just because I am an AMD fan. thumb.gif
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Well, I will be receiving the parts today and installing them this evening. (Also took 4 days off so I can enjoy the building process. smile.gif ) Now, the other excellent piece of news is the, because I used the American Express card I received from a newegg deal, American Express gave me $50 back instead of the original $25 for my first qualifying purchase. biggrin.gif That made my purchase cost only $237 and I was able to stick $290 right into my savings account. smile.gif

I still have my 980 Ti because I could not make anything back on that realistically. However, I would love to sell it and pick up 2 x RX480's instead just because I am an AMD fan. thumb.gif

Ah, the merry US of A... Here you go online to shop and you never see a discount or you see a fake one (they have a supposedly original price, which is bloated like 20% over the average price on the net, then you see the "new" price, which in line with the other shops in the net) or they give you like 10 euro discount for some RMAed monitor or HDD (yeah, right, duh). Or, if they see that you haven't shopped from them in 6 months, they send you an email with a voucher that takes off 5 euros from your next purchase, if you make it within 5 days and it's over 150 euros. It's tragically comical. Rebates don't exist, combo deals don't exist, it's a depressing scenery. Not to mention, that they never have all parts and brands. As for exotic parts, good luck.

For example, for mysterious reasons, no shop here sells the Gigabyte 970 D3P, which is probably the best 4+1 motherboard. The only place where you can find it, is in Amazon for... 172 euros!!!

https://www.amazon.it/Gigabyte-GA-970A-D3P-DualDDR3-1866-SATA3-RAID/dp/B00DJ3DWFK/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1465572194&sr=8-3&keywords=Gigabyte+970+D3P

It sounds like a bad joke, but it's the only source in the national territory where you can get one. But of course, the right question is: "Why pay 172 euros for a 4+1 motherboard, when i can pay an ASUS 970 AURA for 98 euros and keep the rest of the money in my pocket?"
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