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Did I correct it right? lol

lol yes! going FROM 8120 to 8350, haha!
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post #832 of 67357
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This is TurboV...
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You know, in the past, I actually "removed" those asus tools as I found in some cases they made things less stable. Were your initial tests without them?
post #833 of 67357
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lol yes! going FROM 8120 to 8350, haha!

You had a rev1 saber didn't you?
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This is TurboV... Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Man that looks awesome!
Is it exclusive to Sabertooth owners only? lol
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Ok. So, Cinebench was stable up to 4.5Ghz by me just bumping the multiplier though TurboV and letting the motherboard handle the rest. VCore never went above 1.42v, temps stayed under 59C.

Thermal wall frown.gif
Random curiosity, did you apply the thermal paste correctly?
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lol yes! going FROM 8120 to 8350, haha!

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post #835 of 67357
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You know, in the past, I actually "removed" those asus tools as I found in some cases they made things less stable. Were your initial tests without them?

Yes, all my test have been reboot after reboot, manually changing settings over and over again.
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Man that looks awesome!
Is it exclusive to Sabertooth owners only? lol
Thermal wall frown.gif
Random curiosity, did you apply the thermal paste correctly?
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Well, the thermal paste is only a few hours fresh. I did the pea-dot method, so yeah, I would figure I did it right.
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Yes, all my test have been reboot after reboot, manually changing settings over and over again.

I mean a test without asus software installed. Couldn't tell if you meant yes or no on that ;p

Not sure if my paste smear method is any better, but been doing it since the 90's, I rip a business card in half or use an old gift card to make the compound super thin across the entire surface. It's purpose is only to fill those gaps, to thick and it is more of an insulator than transfer medium.
Edited by endevite - 10/26/12 at 1:45am
post #838 of 67357
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I mean a test without asus software installed. Couldn't tell if you meant yes or no on that ;p

Correct, I just installed the ASUS stuff.
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post #839 of 67357
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Well, the thermal paste is only a few hours fresh. I did the pea-dot method, so yeah, I would figure I did it right.
That method has always worked for me - so I would say yes all good !
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Correct, I just installed the ASUS stuff.

You sir have bad luck or somethings missing. I wonder what we aren't thinking about setting wise.
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