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What's the advantages of a 990fx board vs a new 970 board like the Asus aura?
A 990fx boars with a good power delivery is much more expensive than the Aura.

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The main thing about 990FX was more PCI-E lanes, which originally translated into better crossfire support. Original 970 motherboards, had only x16/x4 configuration. This changed over time, now the Aura has x8/x8. The Aura, according to testimonies in the forum, should have nothing to envy up to 4.5Ghz. Past that, you probably need to add cooling to the motherboard. Another thing, is that i think 990FX have higher HT limit (970 has HT limit at 2600). Which for practical purposes means nothing. The AURA is too good for its money and for overclocking purposes, 4.5Ghz is just fine. With added cooling, someone in the forum got 5Ghz out of it. It has all the features that you would want from a 990FX and actually more, compared to older 990FX models that lack M2 or USB 3.1 for example.

The only 990FX motherboard that i think it's worth considering over the Aura, is the new Sabertooth 3.0, for the probable easier overclocking and the support of 3 GPUs. Otherwise, the Aura is the best choice IMHO. Even more so, since, it has no known problem/bug/defect. Which is quite rare in AM3+ motherboards. The only standard complain about the AURA is that the RGB light reverts to default at reboot.
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I don't know, maybe you weren't stable or maybe Firefox can saturate a core? I vaguely remember someone in the forum saying that Firefox could hit 100% on an FX core. If it's true, it could easily explain why it's faster and it's not just placebo.

Myself, in extremely hot days, i have an AMDMsrTweaker profile, where i go back at stock 3.5Ghz. And i can't really tell the difference for ordinary activities. I can barely tell the difference if i play Skyrim and that's it. I am much more sensitive in detecting system responsiveness, as i add more security applications. Without anything, folders in directories open without any effort. As soon as i add an antivirus or something that uses global hooks, i can feel the drag. There is some lag. But this independent of clocks. Between 3.5 and 4 i can't tell which is what.

Maybe you are more sensitive to clock change.


I know nothing about Zen, other than an allegged leak post about clocks and TDP, which i posted in the Zen thread.

Wauw, yes you are right man. I saw that Firefox only uses one core, i tested this when i have taskmanager open and opened something and i could only see one core spiking up..
That could probably explain the lag all the time at low CPU speed and even now it uses a lot of CPU power.

this vishera architecture is very annoying and only works well under heavy loads and rendering etc. when you use more than one core and uses an program that can actually work with these things.. i am getting more and more annoyed by this to be honest. Same as you i am very sensitive about lag and performance and i notice the slightest imperfection or slow down which can be very annoying since i like speed lol
But at rendering and doing multitasking this thing is very fast and works really well.

Is there an ZEN thread? Can you provide me the link plz?
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Wauw, yes you are right man. I saw that Firefox only uses one core, i tested this when i have taskmanager open and opened something and i could only see one core spiking up..
That could probably explain the lag all the time at low CPU speed and even now it uses a lot of CPU power.

this vishera architecture is very annoying and only works well under heavy loads and rendering etc. when you use more than one core and uses an program that can actually work with these things.. i am getting more and more annoyed by this to be honest. Same as you i am very sensitive about lag and performance and i notice the slightest imperfection or slow down which can be very annoying since i like speed lol
But at rendering and doing multitasking this thing is very fast and works really well.

Is there an ZEN thread? Can you provide me the link plz?

Then it's confirmed. Good thing i only use Chrome (Vivaldi now). Yeah, the lag when opening folders is extremely annoying for me too. It's probably i/o read/write related, as CPU is at 1%. But i can always tell and i can't find the "perfect" combination of security applications. If i use only an anti-executable (NoVirusThanks), i get very good performance, but i get an annoying bug. If i use another proggie that only detects new executables without blocking, 0 lag, but you don't really have security, only awareness. Antivirus is the worst security gain/performance solution. Now i run just Comodo firewall (without the AV), but it uses hooks about everything and you see the lag... Damn...

This is the latest Zen news (in the Zen thread), about the supposed leak:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1579520/zen-hyper-thread/480#post_25361329
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Hey guys is a 2400mhz 10-12-12-32-2T respectable or could I go down a bit more? This corsair ram is looking after me pretty well on my intel rig but I know a few in here dabble with RAM overclocking so wanted to ask regardless. thumb.gif
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Hey guys is a 2400mhz 10-12-12-32-2T respectable or could I go down a bit more? This corsair ram is looking after me pretty well on my intel rig but I know a few in here dabble with RAM overclocking so wanted to ask regardless. thumb.gif

Not bad at all - Will it go if you set your RAM to 1T instead of 2T?
2400 in any case except for extreme OC'ing is about the max you can expect, esp for daily use. I've had mine well above 2400 before but was socking some voltage to the sticks and CPU to get there. As long as it's stable I'd call that a win even if you have to leave it at 2T.
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Not bad at all - Will it go if you set your RAM to 1T instead of 2T?
2400 in any case except for extreme OC'ing is about the max you can expect, esp for daily use. I've had mine well above 2400 before but was socking some voltage to the sticks and CPU to get there. As long as it's stable I'd call that a win even if you have to leave it at 2T.

It passed 5 loops of x264 which always seems to find my memory instability instantly. I could probably leave it looping for longer and it be fine, but I'm about to leave for my parent's so if it is unstable CSGO will tell me later tonight lol.
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Let us know how it does when you have time, would be great to hear a success story.

Speaking of success, currently running an 8300 with 1.45v's at 5.0+ on air and temps are somewhere in the mid 40's - this one isn't doing so bad at all, my cooler fans are also at their lowest setting so I could push it further if I want. rolleyes.gif
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Let us know how it does when you have time, would be great to hear a success story.

Speaking of success, currently running an 8300 with 1.45v's at 5.0+ on air and temps are somewhere in the mid 40's - this one isn't doing so bad at all, my cooler fans are also at their lowest setting so I could push it further if I want. rolleyes.gif

Is that with IBT AVX on maximum or very high, with extreme mode enabled?
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The board used is an Asus CHV-Z running a Scythe Susanoo CPU cooler, everything in the BIOS voltage-wise for the CPU except for manual control of the CPU voltage itself set at "Auto".
I even have the VRM phase setup on auto too, these boards don't actually need all that jacked up to the max to get some good clocks.
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The board used is an Asus CHV-Z running a Scythe Susanoo CPU cooler, everything in the BIOS voltage-wise for the CPU except for manual control of the CPU voltage itself set at "Auto".
I even have the VRM phase setup on auto too, these boards don't actually need all that jacked up to the max to get some good clocks.

No I mean have you passed a stress test yet?
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