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You need not apologize. There are some 5GHZ overclockers who are a little loose about their stability claims. But the vast majority are completely above board on that. i understand your frustration. The fact
is there are so many variables that affect your ability to overclock : motherboard phase power quality, the cpu itself, your simm modules. There is such variability in the cpus ability to overclock. It takes some patience to learn all the techniques and all the variables. It also requires some luck. Getting a golden chipo requires al whole lot of luck or a whole lot of money to buy different chips and batches. Having adequate cooling can be an expensive investment also. I am running my system at 4.67 GHZ. stable. I am at 1.445 cpu voltage.I really don't want to push a lot higher to be stable at 4.8 GHZ. I know I can not be stable at all at 5.0GHZ. That is the luck of the draw. I didn't buy the chip merely to overclock it but to do the work, play, and educational aspects of why I use my computer. So I am not depressed or frustrated.and you should not be. Just study as much as you can from the the discussions here Don't be afraid to question. or to be "wrong" . There is no wrong as long as you are willing to learn from your trials and errors and are respectful of other users here

This is why my 24/7 overclock is only 4.8ghz. I know i can run up to 5ghz but i dont see the point of running it 24/7. To be avx ibt stable takes a full 1.57volts. which is ludicrous for just an extra 200mhz

I know my system is overkill for 4.8 but at least the voltage is in the safer zone of 1.45 volts. Core temps never go over 40C lol.

Im a happy bunny with what i got and i know i got the extra 200mhz in the bag should i ever need it.
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I have one more question for those who can help me.

What is CPU VDDA? And what is best option?

Thanks


You really dont need to mess with vdda unless you decide to do some ln2 or dice. For air/water cooling there is almost 0 use for it. It'll just drive your temps higher.
Edited by pwnzilla61 - 1/13/13 at 4:41pm
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Man, i really don't know what to do.
I have the worst FX8320, that thing needs 1.58 volts for 5.060Ghz, while others get 5.1Ghz at 1.55v, i really don't understand mad.gif
I have the UD3 board whish does not support LLC, if i buy a UD5 or ASUS formule with llc supoort, will it that give me better OC?

I am just messing with all kind of volt to get this ****ty FX8320 at 5.1 stable, very hard man! tongue.gif
post #7034 of 67356
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You really dont need to mess with vdda unless you decide to do some ln2 or dice. For air/water cooling there is almost 0 use for it. It'll just drive your temps higher.

meh depends on how you Overclock

http://www.overclockers.com/forums/showthread.php?t=713284

Sets voltage for the PLL (Phase-Locked Loop) in the CPU. That is the part that sets the multiplier/keeps frequency, just like the PLL SMD on your motherboard that sets the FSB/HTT Ref. Clock/BCLK

http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/printpage/Understanding-All-Voltage-Configurations-from-the-Motherboard/995
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Man, i really don't know what to do.
I have the worst FX8320, that thing needs 1.58 volts for 5.060Ghz, while others get 5.1Ghz at 1.55v, i really don't understand mad.gif
I have the UD3 board whish does not support LLC, if i buy a UD5 or ASUS formule with llc supoort, will it that give me better OC?

I am just messing with all kind of volt to get this ****ty FX8320 at 5.1 stable, very hard man! tongue.gif

You are right were i am and just about the same voltage.. I have mine set to 1.55 and with extreme LLC jumps to 1.62 when needed to hold 5.06
Edited by F3ERS 2 ASH3S - 1/13/13 at 4:53pm
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I know. Like I said unless you are doing high end overclocking in which requires extreme cooling then vdda may help. Conventional air/water all you need is straight cpu voltage. I've been overclocking these fx chips since bd release. It really only helps when the multiplier needs to go really high when hitting those extreme clocks. The links you provided proves my point. If you have llc vdda should not be used.


For example: If you are on a gigabyte 1.0 board that has virtually no llc then raising the vdda very slightly might get you a stable clock. Besides extreme overclocking.
Edited by pwnzilla61 - 1/13/13 at 6:20pm
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meh depends on how you Overclock

http://www.overclockers.com/forums/showthread.php?t=713284

Sets voltage for the PLL (Phase-Locked Loop) in the CPU. That is the part that sets the multiplier/keeps frequency, just like the PLL SMD on your motherboard that sets the FSB/HTT Ref. Clock/BCLK






I know. Like I said unless you are doing high end overclocking in which requires extreme cooling then vdda may help. Conventional air/water all you need is straight cpu voltage. I've been overclocking these fx chips for since bd release. It really on helps when either the multiplier/fsb needs to go really high when hitting those extreme clocks. The links you provided proves my point.

i can see it helping by upping it if you are doing just multi OC and lowering the FSB slightly
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Man, i really don't know what to do.
I have the worst FX8320, that thing needs 1.58 volts for 5.060Ghz, while others get 5.1Ghz at 1.55v, i really don't understand mad.gif
I have the UD3 board whish does not support LLC, if i buy a UD5 or ASUS formule with llc supoort, will it that give me better OC?

I am just messing with all kind of volt to get this ****ty FX8320 at 5.1 stable, very hard man! tongue.gif


You do not have a bad chip most 8350's wont even do 5ghz. You should be happy you got to 5. And a few people i have seen with 8320's are not truly stable at those clocks. You should be satisfied with what your chip is getting as it is better than the majority. You can try vdda if you want but don't go over 2.7. It will probably just create more heat and cause less stability in your case.



"i can see it helping by upping it if you are doing just multi OC and lowering the FSB slightly"

If you have an old board that doesn't have llc then it might help stabilize the frequency when using the multiplier. But with all the new am3+ boards you have no need for it. It probably won't do a thing to get you a better overclock.
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You do not have a bad chip most 8350's wont even do 5ghz. You should be happy you got to 5. And a few people i have seen with 8320's are not truly stable at those clocks. You should be satisfied with what your chip is getting as it is better than the majority. You can try vdda if you want but don't go over 2.7. It will probably just create more heat and cause less stability in your case.



"i can see it helping by upping it if you are doing just multi OC and lowering the FSB slightly"

If you have an old board that doesn't have llc then it might help stabilize the frequency. But with all the new am3+ boards you have no need for it. It probably won't do a thing to get you a better overclock.

hmm cause it helped stabilize mine and for 5.0gHz.. pretty sure a lot of people are thermal limited or board limited.. pretty sure theres good grip of people that have it stable.. should we go down that route again?
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hmm cause it helped stabilize mine and for 5.0gHz.. pretty sure a lot of people are thermal limited or board limited.. pretty sure theres good grip of people that have it stable.. should we go down that route again?

Just because you said it did? I have my own opinions on what is stable. Prove vdda helps in the majority of overclocks, tell then it's not going to be. You need to have an understanding if what vdda does before you go on about it. Vdda also increases vcc so that could be what is actually making you stable. In very small instances, it may help stabilize the multi. but will most likely not help increase your clock, and it only effects the multi not the fsb. The fsb has a separate voltage regulator.
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Hi there, im been reading, pages and pages (about 120) and this treat is endless hehe, i have an Fx-8320 and i want to know how to enjoy it, i really have some questions but hope to finis reading all the posts

mabe some one can answer, why with my fx on a m5a99x evo r2.0 mobo and old sata 2 hd take ages to finish load windows 7? mad.gif i can play some casual games without a problem but i feel like my hd is working overtime. any suggestions?


please, be patient with me, is the first time i use Englis Languaje to Write, mabe i made some mistake with the words but, im not too good writing, i can read fluid and clear.. but writing.. no good biggrin.gif
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