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What does everyone think about the new Tek Syndicate Fx8350 vs Intel i5 3xxxk video? It's makes me feel fuzzy inside. smile.gif
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I have an 8350 on a giga 970 d3 r1.4 F11 bios... I am trying to do a modest overclock (4.4-4.5 Ghz) on a 212+ cooler. My PSU is a corsair 750, patriot extreme 1866 ram (set to 1866 in bios with timings on ram).

I have really been struggling to get this chip to hold stable at 4.4-4.5.... It makes me push vcore from 1.47 -1.5 to get it to even attempt to be stable...this seems way too high?

I have tried throwing all sorts of levers (pll to 2.695 seems to help a little). Does anyone have advice?

I have all power save etc... stuff turned off (C&Q, turbo, C6 etc...). Core temps I haven't seen above 52, socket in the mid 60's. I have been throttled by the MB northbridge when I was pushing 1.5 Vcore and 4.5Ghz (it hit 50C and throttled), I have since added a fan to the MB NB, but I still see it creep to 48C. Using OCCT and P95.

Maybe I just have a lame chip? From everything I have been reading, pushing this chip to 4.5 on stock voltage has been pretty easy fo others? I feel like there is something out of whack somewhere (MB NB?). Runs 24 hrs stable stock in p95.
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Originally Posted by Shea2152 View Post

What does everyone think about the new Tek Syndicate Fx8350 vs Intel i5 3xxxk video? It's makes me feel fuzzy inside. smile.gif

just watch it makes me fuzzy too

http://teksyndicate.com/videos/amd-fx-8350-oc-vs-i5-3570k-oc-battle-continues
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So, I was happy with my FX cpu (still is I guess), but here's a bug I have encountered with it while playing Mass Effect 1 (not my video):
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pEvl9RAn2CY

Anyone have any idea how to fix it? From post on ME forums, it seems it goes for all AMD FX cpu and no fix never happened. It seems to have something to do with lighting in this game since a fix is to disable all lighting...
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So, I was happy with my FX cpu (still is I guess), but here's a bug I have encountered with it while playing Mass Effect 1 (not my video):
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pEvl9RAn2CY

Anyone have any idea how to fix it? From post on ME forums, it seems it goes for all AMD FX cpu and no fix never happened. It seems to have something to do with lighting in this game since a fix is to disable all lighting...

from the replys with the vid lol

First go to your Documents\BioWare\Mass Effect\Config\BioInput.ini and in the file you opened, search for [Engine.Console], and add the line ConsoleKey=Tilde just under it.

If you don't have an english keyboard, you may have to type ConsoleKey=Tab

When in game, activate the console by pressing the tilde key (or tab key). The game console will appear. In it, type

viewmode unlit

And play through the parts with the bug. Save and reload to reset.

fixes it apparently
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And play through the parts with the bug. Save and reload to reset.

fixes it apparently

Oh, I know, but as I said in my post it just disable all lighting (the game become ugly), so I'm trying to find a "better" fix. thumb.gif
Why is it doing that with FX is the real question for me, as it was fine with my Phenom II, could the cache have a problem, could it be the "module" design?
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Originally Posted by Vaub View Post

So, I was happy with my FX cpu (still is I guess), but here's a bug I have encountered with it while playing Mass Effect 1 (not my video):
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pEvl9RAn2CY

Anyone have any idea how to fix it? From post on ME forums, it seems it goes for all AMD FX cpu and no fix never happened. It seems to have something to do with lighting in this game since a fix is to disable all lighting...

2) Manually download and install the 1.02 patch for ME1. Again, Steam has a poor track record when it comes to applying this update, and often just updates the ee files, and leaves the other reference libraries unpatched. Link available from teh thread at the top of this forum.

Has anyone tried using the command console and loading in any of the textures manually? It might be that this could cause the problem to disappear.

Another few things to do:

* Turn off user account control or set it to "never notify"
* Reload the texture pack used.
* Use a fan-based set of equipment? Does ME1 even have any mods?
* Try installing the DirectX SDK and make sure that EVERYTHING is installed.

I'm trying the last and possibly reloading the textures, but after I do Feros - I want to be able to check at each point along the way what textures are going to be loaded, and reload them by hand, if need be.

The console directions are on gamefaqs.com under "cheats" for Mass effect. Once you put the tilde as your console key, you just got to either Ilos or Peak 15, let it switch you to the black shapes, then hit the tilde, type

viewmode unlit

and hit tilde again to return to game. It does degrade the game a bit - makes it look somewhat super-saturated, but it's easier to believe it's just super-lighting from fluorescents, and is by far better than those stupid boxes.

I suggest making sure you are inside peak 15 before running the command, as the typing and typos WILL eat your level 1 hazard time up...

this is off of the same thread that im assuming you were looking at... should read to the last couple pages
this has nothing to do with the processor but the game and compatibility issues with windows


EDIT: all of this was copied from http://social.bioware.com/forum/1/topic/131/index/7251342/7 I would also run this in compatability mode xp sp3 or vist sp2... I had to find a work around to play crysis because it wasnt reading the drivers correctly for win 7 sp1.... an as you are running win 8... and how old that game is... sounds more like the issue as apposed to the chip...


besides these people don't seem to know much this made me LOL = MassivlyAfflicted


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How did these Bulldozer CPUs get messed up so bad? I had to flash my BIOS to the newest version just to get Portal 2 to load without BSoDing. The only plus side so far is that unlike on my old computer, The Sims 1 actually works O_o
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I have an 8350 on a giga 970 d3 r1.4 F11 bios... I am trying to do a modest overclock (4.4-4.5 Ghz) on a 212+ cooler. My PSU is a corsair 750, patriot extreme 1866 ram (set to 1866 in bios with timings on ram).

I have really been struggling to get this chip to hold stable at 4.4-4.5.... It makes me push vcore from 1.47 -1.5 to get it to even attempt to be stable...this seems way too high?

I have tried throwing all sorts of levers (pll to 2.695 seems to help a little). Does anyone have advice?

I have all power save etc... stuff turned off (C&Q, turbo, C6 etc...). Core temps I haven't seen above 52, socket in the mid 60's. I have been throttled by the MB northbridge when I was pushing 1.5 Vcore and 4.5Ghz (it hit 50C and throttled), I have since added a fan to the MB NB, but I still see it creep to 48C. Using OCCT and P95.

Maybe I just have a lame chip? From everything I have been reading, pushing this chip to 4.5 on stock voltage has been pretty easy fo others? I feel like there is something out of whack somewhere (MB NB?). Runs 24 hrs stable stock in p95.

Motherboard Northbridge is good for up-to 80C+ temps, 50C won't throttle anything.

Disable APM, go into PC Heath Status and disable any thermal limiting, see if there's a BIOS update, test for actual load voltage (what does CPU-z say voltage is when running OCCT), set LLC to Extreme (for lack of a better option), etc.

Also, Prime is a bad way to test these chips, stick with OCCT and add IBT to your list. And be more careful with that voltage, the 970a-d3 is not the 970a-ud3, it only has 4+1 phase VRMs. Rev 1.4 comes with a heatsink, and that helps, but that still a lot of power to be pushing through those things.
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Oh, I know, but as I said in my post it just disable all lighting (the game become ugly), so I'm trying to find a "better" fix. thumb.gif
Why is it doing that with FX is the real question for me, as it was fine with my Phenom II, could the cache have a problem, could it be the "module" design?

Ive not come across any issues with my 8350 so im not inclined to know how to fix.

I dont have my copy of ME1 anymore sadly to try it out.

Did you install the fx fixes for windows?

incase you didnt try them if you are on windows 7, could work. word of warning if the first fix wont install then u need to install the other one first.

hotfix.zip 4638k .zip file
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this is off of the same thread that im assuming you were looking at... should read to the last couple pages
this has nothing to do with the processor but the game and compatibility issues with windows


EDIT: all of this was copied from http://social.bioware.com/forum/1/topic/131/index/7251342/7 I would also run this in compatability mode xp sp3 or vist sp2... I had to find a work around to play crysis because it wasnt reading the drivers correctly for win 7 sp1.... an as you are running win 8... and how old that game is... sounds more like the issue as apposed to the chip...

Yup, I tried all of this, but the forum users didn't seems very "tech" people so it's why I asked here. Guess there's an incompatibility between ME 1 binaries and the FX CPUs, will try to notify the problem to AMD, but I doubt it'll change something.

Ah, older game, why are they giving me so much problems rolleyes.gif
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Ive not come across any issues with my 8350 so im not inclined to know how to fix.

I dont have my copy of ME1 anymore sadly to try it out.

Did you install the fx fixes for windows?

incase you didnt try them if you are on windows 7, could work. word of warning if the first fix wont install then u need to install the other one first.

Do the hotfix work on Windows 8 or are they already included in it?
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