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post #8151 of 67906
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Its the 990fx.i dont know whats wrong...

if i were you id load up default values and start again

just up the multiplier and keep fsb at 200

change vcore manually

see if you get any change
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I will check it @ weekend with my new mainboard cooling.
I hop for better temps because if got the big temp problem from socket to core 61 to 38 but the mainbord backside is cool only the mosfets going hot
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post #8153 of 67906
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I think its the cpu ive got the same problem it runs fine @ 4200 with 1,38V
And for 4400 =1,445V thats hard for 200mhz more frown.gif

That sounds just like mine... 4200 - 1.392v; 4400 - 1.440v; 4500 - 1.472v; possibly stable at 4600 - 1.504v and 4700 -1.55v and I have the GA 990fxa-UD3

It could be that we're doing something wrong, or it could be that some chips just are not so cool with OC-ing :-)
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post #8154 of 67906
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No...they were all open at the same time...meaning the system is unstable because it's showing different readings between the different software running..That is a problem,and pushing things today clearly shows the instability.My only question is why?None of my screen shots are edits...they are exactly what I am seeing as well,and posting them is data so you can see what I am seeing.I get it, many claim a lot of things....fake things to try and beat someone else.... "as if it's a contest.".... Not my intention here really.If anything,let's discredit the marketing used to get us to spend money.Thus far I am disappointed with the results I get compared to what influenced my decision to spend money.Lol Unless I see something special this 8350 will not do the norm when mildly OC'd. I expected a 1Ghz OC with what I purchased.Perhaps a MOBO swap,Memory swap,and CPU purchase to Sandy Bridge will be the answer for me.AMD has let me down with Vishera.Out of the box it seems awesome, I was happy with my Thuban 960t and my 965, Both of those perform how they were marketed.Both are running great here and have been rock solid for my use.Unless I am missing something?Vishera has worn off of me in a few short weeks...AMD needs to step it up.

I believe that is a premature conclusion on your part. There is a science to overlclocking, especially with vishera and takes a while to master it. There are so many variables. It would do you well to take one step at a time. Read the overclocking guide for the FX chips and quietly ask questions that will give you the knowledge and confidence to move forward. Is your waterloop fully setup now or are you still using the EVO fan??? I explained to you earlier that my chip won't do 5GHZ either at a reasonable voltage . It takes about 1.53 volts just to do a stable 4.8 GHZ on my H100. That is why I stay in the 4.6 GHZ range of oc . The fsb overlcock stresses your system somewhat as far as temps are concerned more than a straight multiplier oc. It might be better at least at first to use only your multiplier step by step and later tweak the fsb settings. Not all fsb ranges work well with every motherboard and cpu combo either. So patience really is beneficial or you will do wild gyrations in your approach instead of steady step by step scientific approach. I am no expert. What I have learned from is a lot of my errors and some good advice from others here. Vishera performance with gaming and scientific and business apps is so good that It would probably be a mistake to give up on it . But in the end it is your decision.
Edited by os2wiz - 2/4/13 at 1:45pm
post #8155 of 67906
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That sounds just like mine... 4200 - 1.392v; 4400 - 1.440v; 4500 - 1.472v; possibly stable at 4600 - 1.504v and 4700 -1.55v and I have the GA 990fxa-UD3

It could be that we're doing something wrong, or it could be that some chips just are not so cool with OC-ing :-)

My CPU-NB is cool not for OC it crash for +100 mhz but good UV 2200mhz @ 1,15V smile.gif my default is 1,225
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post #8156 of 67906
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Originally Posted by gertruude View Post

if i were you id load up default values and start again

just up the multiplier and keep fsb at 200

change vcore manually

see if you get any change

I believe this is the right answer. I've seen a lot of reviews and OC guides where they said that changing the FSB frequency (even just a little bit) on both the Bulldozer and the Piledriver chips tends to lead to instability, even at stock CPU clocks. It might depend on the motherboard because some people have had some success with it, but I'd leave the FSB alone and just focus on the CPU and see what happens.

Could also be that he got unlucky and his chip barely (or accidentally) made it into the 8350 bin. I wouldn't jump to any conclusions or start selling my rig off just yet though smile.gif
Edited by Clowerweb - 2/4/13 at 2:19pm
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ive tested both FSB and multi but ther is no big difference 50 - 80 mhz more with fsb
now i clocked at stock fsb 2200NB 1,15V
2600ht
1,35V Vcore under load 1,3875 (default is 1,3875)
no llc
rest system is stock

i will test it again on weekend
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Anybody here care to chime in on video rendering times? I'm looking at getting either an 8320/8350 within the next month or so and was just wondering what to expect for the average rendering time for a video, or performance when recording an online game of BF3. As you can see my CPU is the weakest link of my system and is near 100% across all cores during a multiplayer game while my GPU is chillin at only 60-70% load. still trying to decide between the two CPUs based of price-per-performance, but anything will be a huge step-up from what i have now.
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Anybody here care to chime in on video rendering times? I'm looking at getting either an 8320/8350 within the next month or so and was just wondering what to expect for the average rendering time for a video, or performance when recording an online game of BF3. As you can see my CPU is the weakest link of my system and is near 100% across all cores during a multiplayer game while my GPU is chillin at only 60-70% load. still trying to decide between the two CPUs based of price-per-performance, but anything will be a huge step-up from what i have now.

price/performance is what made me go with the 8320. i was able to record crysis 3 with afterburner at 1/2 frame 30fps mjpg compression (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KtVXsHYJbjs). there is no hiccup while recording unlike my old 955. as far as encoding video that depends on the settings
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