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I'm having fun playing with my 8350 although I'm a bit concerned about the vdrop on the NB.

Is there anything i can do to hopefully fix this or is just a sensor bug. LLC is set to ultra high on the cpu and auto on the cpu/nb.
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Got it to 4.2ghz @ a mere 1.39v. The spiking is gone too. Not sure why I can be stable at 4.2 ghz on 1.39v but need to go all the way to 1.47v for an extra 200 mhz.

What happens if you increase the frequency another notch (4.3Ghz) without increasing the voltage? What are your temps like the next notch up?
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I'm having fun playing with my 8350 although I'm a bit concerned about the vdrop on the NB.

Is there anything i can do to hopefully fix this or is just a sensor bug. LLC is set to ultra high on the cpu and auto on the cpu/nb.

Unless you have your CPU/NB voltage set to 1.1v which would be pretty low, that NB voltage looks like it's just for the NB Chipset. So it's not something that you have control over with LLC or anything like that. It could be a bug, or it could just be fluctuating because of the on/off load of the IBT test.
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Hey guys, sorry for bothering, but can a CM Hyper 212 Evo cooler handle the FX 8350 at stock clocks or a bit of overclock?. From my experience the stock AMD cooler is hot and noisy (over 5k RPMs). Thanks again.
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What happens if you increase the frequency another notch (4.3Ghz) without increasing the voltage? What are your temps like the next notch up?

Thanks for responding, 4.3 is where things get a bit shaky, it's the point where I need to start upping the voltage to be stable and things start going to hell. I'll test it to to tonight and post the results.
Edited by Deadboy90 - 2/6/13 at 9:26am
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Much Better...
Still not understanding IBT results...

is the 3.3v out of tolerance @3.1v
cant be helping
just noticed thought id mention
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Hey guys, sorry for bothering, but can a CM Hyper 212 Evo cooler handle the FX 8350 at stock clocks or a bit of overclock?. From my experience the stock AMD cooler is hot and noisy (over 5k RPMs). Thanks again.

Yes it could.

Also, do you know if your Motherboard will support an FX 8350? It's not listed for it, and none of the BIOS updates even mention it.
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Thanks for responding, 4.3 is where things get a bit shaky, it's the point where I need to start upping the voltage to be stable and things start going to hell. I'll test it to to tonight and post the results.

Great. It would be good to see OCCT at 4.3Ghz at the same voltage as what you are running 4.2Ghz or even just a small voltage increase. If your temps are still ok, then hopefully it will show the actual issue at that frequency.

If nothing turns up on OCCT as to what the issue is I'd recommend following this guide

Core Failure Guide
Edited by ComputerRestore - 2/6/13 at 9:44am
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Will be crossing the 12 hour mark soon.

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Will be crossing the 12 hour mark soon.


Wow nice. Those are really good temps for a 12 hour run. Does your CPU have a high VID (Turbo Disabled)? Or does it just need that much for Prime?

Definitely check out the Data Collection Thread and post your settings when it's done running.
Edited by ComputerRestore - 2/6/13 at 9:55am
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Wow nice. Those are really good temps for a 12 hour run. Does your CPU have a high VID (Turbo Disabled)? Or does it just need that much for Prime?

Definitely check out the Data Collection Thread and post your settings when it's done running.

That's what Prime requires.

It will do everything else at 0.05 less, but not Prime.


EDIT: Stock (non-turbo) VID is 1.35v
Edited by Capta1nKirk - 2/6/13 at 9:59am
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