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Thanks for the advice and insight.thumb.gif
I'll most likely leave it as it is, and if it keeps me up at night I'll cut it back, or build a loop.
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I was pretty sure I had posted this but I can't find the post. Must be the internet messing with me. So here it goes again:

I've settled for the fact that I have a voltage hungry chip so I'm trying to get the best out of it without having to put too much voltage through it and keep the temps down. I've got the following values so far:

4.5GHz stable at 1.4v (1.456/1.472 with Ultrahigh LLC)
4.2GHz stable at 1.325 (1.376 with Ultrahigh LLC)
4.0GHz stable at 1.275 (1.325 with Ultrahigh LLC) - this one is still running prime to make sure it's stable, otherwise I'll bump it up to 1.3v

I want to make a custom turbo profile to use 4/4.2/4.5 and since the Gigabyte BIOS (though it may be the same with all) doesn't really give me many Turbo options, I can only set the max turbo frequency, not the middle one and not the voltage, plus it seems to not work all the time, I was considering using AMD overdrive with custom turbo profiles. That would allow both setting the voltages and frequencies for the turbo speeds.

Has anyone used this even for a short while? Is it usable? Stable? Does it apply on startup or do you need to start AMD overdrive each time, because that would be annoying..

Thanks in advance!
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Originally Posted by bios_R_us View Post

I was pretty sure I had posted this but I can't find the post. Must be the internet messing with me. So here it goes again:

I've settled for the fact that I have a voltage hungry chip so I'm trying to get the best out of it without having to put too much voltage through it and keep the temps down. I've got the following values so far:

4.5GHz stable at 1.4v (1.456/1.472 with Ultrahigh LLC)
4.2GHz stable at 1.325 (1.376 with Ultrahigh LLC)
4.0GHz stable at 1.275 (1.325 with Ultrahigh LLC) - this one is still running prime to make sure it's stable, otherwise I'll bump it up to 1.3v

I want to make a custom turbo profile to use 4/4.2/4.5 and since the Gigabyte BIOS (though it may be the same with all) doesn't really give me many Turbo options, I can only set the max turbo frequency, not the middle one and not the voltage, plus it seems to not work all the time, I was considering using AMD overdrive with custom turbo profiles. That would allow both setting the voltages and frequencies for the turbo speeds.

Has anyone used this even for a short while? Is it usable? Stable? Does it apply on startup or do you need to start AMD overdrive each time, because that would be annoying..

Thanks in advance!

HMMMM I didn't realize that that is an option in OD.... Now I have to play with it. I'll let you know if I have any luck. < that may be useless to answer your question.... sorry. I'll let you know if I have any luck anyway biggrin.gif
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This is mine 24/7 OC, not too much voltage and perfomance is great, Cinebench 11.5 7.30PTS and Frybench 5m:00s biggrin.gif
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Oi, thats a nice case you got there ;P








All i need to do is figure out how to make those cables coming from the rad not look so uglayyy, and yes i know my loop order sucks.

I would be tempted to add another rad on the other side. You know, so it can hover...

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I would be tempted to add another rad on the other side. You know, so it can hover...

tongue.gif:D

Lol, that is hilarious, and yet it would look amazing. I second that request. thumb.gif
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The ASRock 990FX Extreme9 was just released tonight on Newegg for $189.99. I've been stuck at 4.5GHz with an MSI 890FX-GD65, so I picked one up. Hopefully I'll be able to get 5GHz+. I'll post in this thread next week when I get it and test it out.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813157358

Info on board: http://www.asrock.com/mb/AMD/990FX%20Extreme9/

Looking forward to your results. That looks like it could do some amazing Overclocking.
Edited by ComputerRestore - 1/24/13 at 6:44am
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Lol, that is hilarious, and yet it would look amazing. I second that request. thumb.gif

i say i 3rd that! that was my thoughts but i was too lazy to type it hahah!
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Lol, that is hilarious, and yet it would look amazing. I second that request. thumb.gif
Looking forward to your results. That looks like it could do some amazing Overclocking.

Video on the extreme 9 http://youtu.be/Lw7yz44S4AY
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Video on the extreme 9 http://youtu.be/Lw7yz44S4AY

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It's not really relevant to this Thread, but I'm going to pick up a Phenom II 965BE to do a comparison of performance AM3 to AM3+.
I believe AM3+ should have been the platform for the Phenom II's, and that performance would have been better.

Kind of the same way I think Bulldozer/Piledriver is limited by AM3+ (overclock wise)
But feelings are just feelings until the testing is done. thumb.gif
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Has anybody made a list of what MB/BIOS/RAM/SETTINGS combos can run p95 reliably?
none of them thumb.gif

Tell me about it.

I also had my first system freeze in OCCT (LINPACK, 64bit, AVX), so it's not just prime95 ... it's just way easier to trigegr it there.
This is without any overclocking ... stock settings for everything!

Anyways, I now have MSI looking into it as well.
Hopefully they can reproduce it and figure out what causes it.
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