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im on a custom loop and i was just wondering. Was gonna try to push 2600+ cpu/nb and 2000 mem. Im at 2600 cpu/nb but 1600 mem...

2000 MHz RAM won't need 2600 CPU-NB. It can benefit, yes -- but very minute.

2133 then maybe. 2400 MHz RAM, definitely.

1.4 CPU-NB Voltage or lower. Sample dependent and should not be brute forced. Try 1.25 and up till you get stable in IBT.
Inconsistent results are from either too low or too high CPU-NB Voltage.

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I agree you all, cpu clock speeds come first in OC. That's why I'm asking about this. The voltage I'm talking about is called the DRAM voltage. The DRAM voltage is usually 1.5-1.65v on most ram kits. Some low voltage kits are around 1.2-1.5v. I'm talking about that voltage.

Where will the heat from those volts manifest? VRM? NB? CPU? Just on ram kit?

You can safely pump 1.75 Volts to the RAM. They'll barely get warm.
You'll be seeing Package temp rise with this though, but nothing too extreme. Say 5C from 1.65 to 1.75 maybe.
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2000 MHz RAM won't need 2600 CPU-NB. It can benefit, yes -- but very minute.

2133 then maybe. 2400 MHz RAM, definitely.

1.4 CPU-NB Voltage or lower. Sample dependent and should not be brute forced. Try 1.25 and up till you get stable in IBT.
Inconsistent results are from either too low or too high CPU-NB Voltage.
You can safely pump 1.75 Volts to the RAM. They'll barely get warm.
You'll be seeing Package temp rise with this though, but nothing too extreme. Say 5C from 1.65 to 1.75 maybe.

Thanks for the information. Since my MSI 970 Gaming board does not have LLC control, I am not really able to get much out of my FX 8350. (Machine at work.) Therefore, I have decided to remove 16GB of ram and just use the 2 x 8GB Sapphire branded AMD ram that runs out of the box at 1600MHz. I have set the ram to 1866 with 1T timing and it passes IBT without issue.

I also set the turbo clock to 4.2 GHz and Max Turbo clock to 4.4 GHz and they seem to work well. (No stability issues.) Mind you, the FX 8350 I have is 3 years old and would need a much better board to get anything really out of it. It is my work machine however so, I replaced what I think was a defective Asrock 990FX Extreme 4 board with the 970 Gaming just because it was a low price with decent specifications.
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MSI 970 Gaming has LLC. LLC is just a convenience anyway. You can get the same clocks with or without it, you just end up with higher idle temps.

Ive been able to get 4.6ghz out of an FX-8300 at sub 1.5v on a 970 Gaming. The cheap PSU was actually showing signs of strain before the MB was even close to what I would call hot. Its not a terrible board if you don't plan of going over 1.55v on an FX 8 core. The FX 6 and 4 core chips do really well on it, was pushing 1.65v on a first batch FX-4100 on it with zero issues. It didnt even get hot until I moved to 1.7v on that chip (as others have heard already, that FX-4100 is a terrible overclocker) while trying for 5ghz.
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MSI 970 Gaming has LLC. LLC is just a convenience anyway. You can get the same clocks with or without it, you just end up with higher idle temps.

Ive been able to get 4.6ghz out of an FX-8300 at sub 1.5v on a 970 Gaming. The cheap PSU was actually showing signs of strain before the MB was even close to what I would call hot. Its not a terrible board if you don't plan of going over 1.55v on an FX 8 core. The FX 6 and 4 core chips do really well on it, was pushing 1.65v on a first batch FX-4100 on it with zero issues. It didnt even get hot until I moved to 1.7v on that chip (as others have heard already, that FX-4100 is a terrible overclocker) while trying for 5ghz.

Well, I have been all over the UEFI screen and have not seen any LLC control. I would appreciate it if you could point it out to me, thanks.
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Which board do you prfer Asus or MSI ?? I think I already know
AFIK the MSI doesn't have LLC. I have seen it a few times in forums an so far no one has found it
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I will have to look again when I can get to the system. The option may not be there but I do not remember the board needing it, so it is functioning. Voltages were pretty much spot on to start with, and were fairly flat under load.
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I will have to look again when I can get to the system. The option may not be there but I do not remember the board needing it, so it is functioning. Voltages were pretty much spot on to start with, and were fairly flat under load.

I'll bet you a dollar that it doesn't have user configurable llc smile.gif
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2000 MHz RAM won't need 2600 CPU-NB. It can benefit, yes -- but very minute.

2133 then maybe. 2400 MHz RAM, definitely.

1.4 CPU-NB Voltage or lower. Sample dependent and should not be brute forced. Try 1.25 and up till you get stable in IBT.
Inconsistent results are from either too low or too high CPU-NB Voltage.
You can safely pump 1.75 Volts to the RAM. They'll barely get warm.
You'll be seeing Package temp rise with this though, but nothing too extreme. Say 5C from 1.65 to 1.75 maybe.

Thanks for your input. I'll take it into consideration and watch for it the next time I tinker. I don't consider 5C a small amount.
    
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@ManofGod1000
Which board do you prfer Asus or MSI ?? I think I already know
AFIK the MSI doesn't have LLC. I have seen it a few times in forums an so far no one has found it

In this case, the Asus 970 Pro Aura board for overclocking. However, I will stick with the 970 Gaming at work since I do not need to have the best 970 board in it anyways.
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Thank you all on advices. Because of huge throttling with my ASRock 990FX, Extreme 3 in combo with FX 8320, right now my priority is new MBO and new CPU cooler.

I want something like 990FX chipset and because of that I will take some of this boards:

Asus M5A99X EVO R2.0

Asus sabertooth 990fx r2.0

Gigabyte GA-990X-Gaming SLI, sAM3+

Gigabyte GA-990FXA-UD3 R5, sAM3+

All I need is stable 4Ghz, and no throttling. Just want stable sistem but with 990FX or 990X chipset.

What MBO is best choice...maybe your 1st and 2nd choice of this MBO,s what I mentioned.

For CPU cooler, did I need with new MBO top down cooler or I can take cooler like Noctua NH-D14, Noctua NH-D15S, Noctua NH-C14S, CM Hyper 212 EVO, be quiet! Dark Rock TF, Scythe Kama Cross 3...

With new MBO, did I still need top down cooler like Scythe Kama Cross 3 or I can take something like Noctua NH-D14?

And for thisn what's your 1st and 2nd choice?

All I want is stable sistem, with no overheating and throttling.

I wand MBO where I don't have to put some extra 80 mm fans on VRM...I just want to buy new MBO, CPU cooler, reorganize my fans in case and play!

Sorry m8s on this questions, but this time I want to take ok MBO and new CPU cooler and have ok temperatures on MBO and CPU. If needed, I will use all on stock, just to have all stable (OFC, 4Ghz will be nice...I don't need nothing over that).

When you look all that MBO's and CPU fans, what will be your 1st and 2nd choice of MBO and CPU cooler for ok and stable sistem with AMD FX 8320.

If I get answers, I will tomorror order all that and finally remove that trash of ASRock 990FX, Extreme 3 out of my komputer.

Ty all!



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Asus M5A99X EVO R2.0 : 1st Choice since you are not overclocking

Asus sabertooth 990fx r2.0 : 2nd

At 4.0GHZ a hyper 212 evo is fine or keep the stock cooler
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