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Hi guys...i wont read all the 800 post but i will ask a question that probably have already answered before..anyway thanks in advance
I stabilized my cpu to 4.7ghz at 1.43 with pretty decent temperature....i run occt for about 13 hours whitout issue...so i assume im stable:)
My question is...the nb and ht link speed.....i do some test with cinebench and theres little to no difference no matther what speed i try...so now im rinnung both at 2496...do you think its better if they are linked or i can push my ht link more....maybe in cinebench they dont do difference but in gaming yes....i dont know...im waitinig your tought !!!
Im scoring around 8.10-8.15 cinebench with these setting depending on whats running in background.
Another question while im here...is there a memory test that can be run in windows ?? in not used to the bios exepct for overclocking...thanks im pretty sure i can run my ram with thighter timing but i cant test so....

amd 8350 4.7 ghz
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antec 920 water cooling kit
Edited by jonivtec - 2/1/13 at 7:01am
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Hi guys...i wont read all the 800 post but i will ask a question that probably have already answered before..anyway thanks in advance
I stabilized my cpu to 4.7ghz at 1.43 with pretty decent temperature....i run occt for about 13 hours whitout issue...so i assume im stable:)
My question is...the nb and ht link speed.....i do some test with cinebench and theres little to no difference no matther what speed i try...so now im rinnung both at 2496...do you think its better if they are linked or i can push my ht link more....maybe in cinebench they dont do difference but in gaming yes....i dont know...im waitinig your tought !!!
Im scoring around 8.10-8.15 cinebench with these setting depending on whats running in background.
Another question while im here...is ther a memory test that can ben run in windows ?? in not use3d to the bios exepct for overclocking...thanks im pretty sure i can run my ram with thighter timing but i cant test so....

amd 8350 4.7 ghz
m5a99x evo
8 gig gskill aress 1949mhz 9-10-10 1T
gtx 680 2go
850 watt corsair psu
haf 922:)
antec 920 water cooling kit

NB and HT i run or try to run them the same speed.

You really don't need to run them the same speed as the gains are nothing really.

HT is good if you have multiple gfx cards but don't forget HT @stock is 2600 anyhow smile.gif

i have seen no evidence that running them at a higher clock than normal is beneficial with these chips other than the above multiple gfx cards

Also you dont need to run occt for 13 hours lol. I know you may feel its better but honestly if you can pass an hour with no incident i really think thats enough. unless ofc you are folding 24 hours a day 7 days a week. smile.gif
Edited by gertruude - 2/1/13 at 7:04am
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Thanks for the response dude... i wont lose anymore time trying to push these speed anymore....but its
True on stock speed the ht link is set higher than the NB.....
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Thanks for the response dude... i wont lose anymore time trying to push these speed anymore....but its
True on stock speed the ht link is set higher than the NB.....

I forgot to add about the memory tests.

people tend to put memtest86+ on a usbstick and then boot with it
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Hi Deadboy,

did you try using the Asus guide in the OP? Increasing the NB Frequency does not provide extra stability like the Phenom II's. Increasing the CPU/NB voltage can help though (1.2-1.35v range)
Although the M5A97 is a good board, you could be limited by the 4+2 Power Phase.
Try a fan on the VRM's to keep them cool, follow that guide, and good luck.
If you are only using the CPU Multiplier for Overclocking, you can lower the CPU VDDA to 2.25v to help a bit with temps. If you are using the FSB to Overclock, you will need to keep it at 2.5v, or raise it to 2.65v. Reducing the CPU/NB voltage can help with temps. Try to lower it as much as you can, without losing stability or performance.
Another fun way to overclock, that'll help with temps is to use the FSB and Turbo to Overclock.
Use Offset Voltage Mode, and leave it on Auto. Leave all the power saving features enabled except C6.

Then you can just increase the FSB until you get a frequency that you like for Turbo to run at. (5.0ghz)
Then just lower the CPU Ratio untill it's at a Frequency you could contantly run at (4.6Ghz?)

So then your CPU will run between those two settings, while being able to maintain thermals. The Offset Voltage mode will control the voltages automatically.

It actually has a 6+2 power phase but ill look for that guide thanks! Also I had a look at my CPU/northbridge voltage and when set to auto it's off the charts! My bios and AI suite both show it as 2.8v and the only thing I can do with it is lower it to 1.9v.
Edited by Deadboy90 - 2/1/13 at 8:31am
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It actually has a 6+2 power phase but ill look for that guide thanks!

You are correct. Sorry, I thought I saw you had the M5A97, but now I see it's the M5A97 Evo
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Just an update on my ccfl placement. PROBLEM SOLVED! muhahahaha I am one happy man.





All i need now is my PSU back.
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Just an update on my ccfl placement. PROBLEM SOLVED! muhahahaha I am one happy man.



All i need now is my PSU back.

NIce

My CCFL's gave up on the second day of having them lol

2x12" ccfls for £5 is probably why they packed in hehe
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Well I had 1 that wasn't working at first so I got in touch with newegg and they sent me off a new set. Then magically the second one started working again so I'm soon to have 4x 8'' uv lights lol. She will glow.
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I had a look at my CPU/northbridge voltage and when set to auto it's off the charts! My bios and AI suite both show it as 2.8v and the only thing I can do with it is lower it to 1.9v.
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