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There are slim scythe 120mm fans, that's how i managed to put something at the back of my pc as well, you can use double side tape or you can drill the side to mount it properly and have access to air from outside for even better temps, then again up to 75c should be fine for socket temps.

Edit: actually you don't have to worry, unlike prime real world usage won't get ypur socket temps that high you can get the x264 dtress test to see what im talking.

Thanks bud, I will certainly check out the x264, Prime can be kind of brutal lol
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Thanks bud, I will certainly check out the x264, Prime can be kind of brutal lol
PS: sorry for all the mistakes there, i was writing from my phone in a hurry...
     
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Ok so I'm kind of sort of in the same boat. For the last 3 years I ran my 8350 at 4.6 and my voltage was only at 1.40. Recently, my H80i crapped out so I replaced it and redid my OC. I got it up to 4.5Ghz on stock voltage of 1.32 and was like wow, I have loads of head room here. Then It only took 3 more points to1.39 for 4.6. So I went for 4.7 thinking its a cake walk and I ended up having to crank it all the way up to 1.47 to get it stable on 4.7Ghz

Now everything seems pretty sweet except for the CPU temp. Here's my result in the 7.5 hours of Prime 95:
Pretty much the whole time (Under full load, prime 95, cores at 100%) it runs at around 69-70c and about once per hour it touches 72-73 for at least for about 20-25 seconds at a time, then back to the 69-70.

My core temps however stayed (again, the whole time, 7.5 hours) at 51-56c and NEVER a point above. In fact the 56 is about once an hour for about a minute and then back to 51-52-51-51-54 cycle.

I'm guessing this is good but I'm a little concerned about my socket temps. I'm figuring as you all said to MilaED that it's all well and good and I probably just need to ghetto rig a small fan right over my VRM's (no room behind the motherboard). However I was also thinking should I just go back to 4.6? I mean from 4.6 to 4.7 ended up being ridiculously expensive as far as Voltage goes all for just 100mhz. Any suggestion would be appreciated
damn that volt wall hit you hard in the face didn't it. Socket temps are fine. Generally keep them below 75. EDIT (I see you have an Asus board. So you could probably take the socket all the way to 90C if your VRM doesn't throttle you first. The Asus boards are quite resistant to the socket temps being high. So you might be able to push it further into the 80s and still be safe) Things I can recommend. Try mixing up your OC a bit. A bit of CPU-NB voltage can help and might let you lower your vcore a notch or two. Mix up your OC to include a bit of base clock. Not all chips like multi only overclocks. My personal settings is 297x16 and 300x16 for 4.9 and 4.95 respectively.
Edited by Alastair - 4/12/17 at 9:30pm
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damn that volt wall hit you hard in the face didn't it. Socket temps are fine. Generally keep them below 75. EDIT (I see you have an Asus board. So you could probably take the socket all the way to 90C if your VRM doesn't throttle you first. The Asus boards are quite resistant to the socket temps being high. So you might be able to push it further into the 80s and still be safe) Things I can recommend. Try mixing up your OC a bit. A bit of CPU-NB voltage can help and might let you lower your vcore a notch or two. Mix up your OC to include a bit of base clock. Not all chips like multi only overclocks. My personal settings is 297x16 and 300x16 for 4.9 and 4.95 respectively.

Thank you for the advice bud, greatly appreciated. Yep the wall pretty much body slammed me lol I just didn't coming like that. You have 4.95 on an 8370? Holy cow nice OC. You are right in that mine is a multi OC only lol I just never had the nerve to mess around with the NB and all that. The multi seems just so straight forward but I have heard others say the same as you that multi is not the only way and many times you can get more out of it using some base clock. I'm definitely not going to try and push it to 4.8 and I attached a small fan over the VRM's, have to test it and see. If you say my temps are fine and smooth for this OC then I'm happy. I was just shocked at how quickly the buck stopped (I was sure I was going to just breeze into 4.8 lolol)
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can't get all cores stable past 3.4ghz lmao
4.0 CPB is stable at least.
idk how to make sense of it all, tried changing a few things (NB, core volt) to the way my last board had them, but it refuses to boot (and i have to reset cmos manually rather than having it switch to the dual bios, ughhhhh)


this is with default settings and extreme llc (i upped my ram speed though)

where am i going to find information on which sensors are giving these temp readings?
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can't get all cores stable past 3.4ghz lmao
4.0 CPB is stable at least.
idk how to make sense of it all, tried changing a few things (NB, core volt) to the way my last board had them, but it refuses to boot (and i have to reset cmos manually rather than having it switch to the dual bios, ughhhhh)


this is with default settings and extreme llc (i upped my ram speed though)

where am i going to find information on which sensors are giving these temp readings?

Are those cores at 1400 throttling up and down? Or are they static at that speed? Mine had several random cores that would fluctuate up and down from 3.4 to 4.7 over and over and it turned out that I had AMP enabled in the the advanced settings. Apparently that is some kind of power management control (based on your type of OC which is considerably more involved than my multi OC I'm sure you know all about that setting)
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yeah AMP is the culprit, it's on by default, so i'm assuming that's why my voltages and freq were all weird
ugh just look at that 1.42 vcore for stock, ridiculous.

i'm at 3.6 and 1.33v now, going to continue testing, see how far i can get

1.38v can't even handle 4ghz : (

hmm, maybe my 212+ is unable to keep that one core cool?
seems as though the chip starts failing once it approaches 55C, regardless of voltages/speed it's running

Edited by ocyt - 4/13/17 at 6:49am
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Yup. First piece of advice i give people having problems is to send us screens of their actual bios settings so we can ensure all the power saving stuff is disabled.

You need screenshots generally because a lot of them go by different names on different boards and bios and can be easily missed.

You need to disable them not so much to improve stability, but so you know what the actual heck is going on. Throttling and power saving settings are nearly indestinguishable. Many times once you have a for sure stable set up you can reenable them if you care about such things. Just make sure anytime you do stress testing or bump your OC up you disable them again until you are sure its stable.
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i just wanted to see how high i could set it at default bios settings, not very high as you can see lol (3.5=fail, but 3.4ghz was stable).
definitely disabled those features as i'm now stress testing and going for a stable overclock, 4.0 at least past a test stable at 1.4125 this time, but the power draw difference is ridiculous, aaand i'm still baffled by these sensors, why is cpu at 55C, while cpu package and tctl are only 48? where is the motherboard sensor if not at the socket? i found out that temp 3 is my NB temp, but what is temp4-6?




also my vrms are getting toasty and the motherboard wont let me set my 80mm fan to its max 5k rpm, and only goes up to 3.5k. the stock gigabyte system viewer for viewing temps doesn't even work >: (


this is a screenie from another poster on here that has the same mobo, i haven't mimicked his setting though, just medium LLC and upped the cpu vcore, every other setting you see is auto.
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What version of prime95 are you using. If its anything after v27.9 it may not be optimized for FX and can cause errors that are not realated to your cpu as much as it just not being optimized for the software anymore.

v27.9 was the last version optimized for FX and is largely comsidered the best P95 to stress with on this forum. Maybe give that a try and see if it improves your results.
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