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alright so i went back and ended up with a asrock 970 de3 edit: extreme 3 for 30$.
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alright so i went back and ended up with a asrock 970 de3 for 30$.
EEEP, i don't think that board handles more than a 95 watt chip.
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EEEP, i don't think that board handles more than a 95 watt chip.

says "supports 8-core cpu" and "up to 140W"

also its not a de3 oops.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813157280
    
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says "supports 8-core cpu" and "up to 140W"

also its not a de3 oops.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813157280
There you go, much better smile.gif - great deal for what you paid thumb.gif
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now, its time to encrypt some data! coming from an E6300 woot!
    
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says "supports 8-core cpu" and "up to 140W"

also its not a de3 oops.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813157280

That's a 4x1 power phase board. Just be aware of the VRMs. Don't let them get too hot.
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so far the 80 different chipsets are confusing me. Also, why do i have to buy into 990fx just to get a good vrm setup? so far the only thing im liking about this adventure is the 8320 itself.

does manufacturer support always plague you guys?
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so far the 80 different chipsets are confusing me. Also, why do i have to buy into 990fx just to get a good vrm setup? so far the only thing im liking about this adventure is the 8320 itself.

does manufacturer support always plague you guys?

no u don't have to get a 990fx to get a good vrm setup... although the power phasing is a lot of what determines the price of the board...

like I suggested earlier, The GIGABYTE GA-970A-UD3 is the cheapest 8x2 power board I know of that has all the cooling it needs and can OC just as well as the big boys.

I know your working off of a combo deal here, those are always great deals.

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Hey guys lets rep some Vishera in this foldathon (http://www.overclock.net/t/1358736/february-2013-foldathon-18th-20th)

Just for an idea of points per day on my FX-8350 @ 4.96 ghz in native Linux Ubuntu 10.10 This is what I used to get started on native Linux (http://www.overclock.net/t/1186703/ubuntu-smp-v7-bootable-folding-flash-drive-with-remote-monitoring#)

Project 7012 I get around 52k ppd.
Project 7007 I get around 56k ppd.
Project 10085 I get A little over 60k ppd.
Project 8049 I get around 40k ppd.

I encourage you guys to go to http://www.overclock.net/t/1293949/ocn-team-competition-needs-some-amd-fx-and-llano-k-series-ppd-numbers and post your PPD. It would get great to see what everyone is getting and see if we could get some of you 5+ ghz guys to see what your folding performance is.
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I'm beginning to like the performance numbers @ 4.8ghz on these chips. Although it seems there is a bit more of a "lottery" than there was with PHii's.


Looking at the data, it looks like 4.8 is about the ceiling like the PHII's ~4.1ghz.

So tell me, how do you all feel about cooling these chips? Is it out of control P4 heat? Or does it feel more like a "bigger" x6 chip?

I'm entertaining the idea of getting one, but I'm not much interested in upgrading my cooling just yet. I do however feel my cooling is fairly capable being able to keep my 1100t <55c full tilt @ 4+ghz 1.48v w' NB @ 3+ghz 1.35v.


Just poking the beast here for some experienced insight. wink.gif

MG

An H60 should get you to 4.6Ghz, H80 or H80i should get 4.8Ghz.
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FYI: I've been working with MSI on the 990XA-GD55 instability.
They have reproduced the problems with Prime95 and OCCT at stock BIOS settings, and I received a beta BIOS.
As far as I know, they simply increased voltages to allow for the high load of all 8 cores under full load.
So far I haven't had any calculation errors or crashes in P95 with the beta BIOS.

Maybe this can also put to rest all the speculation that "Prime95 has a problem with this chip".
It seems the chips get seriously voltage hungry when under extreme load, and Prime95/OCCT-LINPACK-AVX are very good at stressing it.

No other motherboard besides the Gigabyte Rev 1.0s were without LLC, and as such, none of them had the insane VDroop issue MSI did.
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Here is a secret you guys can use ... The LGA 2011 has a bad fault with freezing up becuase of the southbridge.. ITs fast but I would rather have a computer that don't lock up than a RaceCar that has to be restarted every race.. the Piledrivers seem a lot more stable.. and while I can burn your doors off in a race.. I will have to restart after I am done smoking you.. GO AMD... thumb.gif

Considering X79 doesn't even have a southbridge, this is a highly dubious statement. However, you are correct that Intel setups are far less tolerant of having too little voltage though, that is true. Stressing a system with an unstable overclock will 9/10 times result in a BSOD or system hang, rather than a few cores dropping offline and having to reboot with more voltage like BD/PD.

Riiight... Intel moved the northbridge to the CPU, then re-named the SouthBridge the Northbridge.

It's the SouthBridge.
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so far the 80 different chipsets are confusing me. Also, why do i have to buy into 990fx just to get a good vrm setup? so far the only thing im liking about this adventure is the 8320 itself.

does manufacturer support always plague you guys?

There's 4 chipsets total.

cheapo 760x that they got to work.
budget 970a
not-quite-budget 990x
performance 990FX

Also, Gigabyte makes a 970a board with 8+2 power phase, the same VRMs they have on their 990FXA-UD3 infact. It's the 970a-UD3.

And no, because I run only Gigabyte in my house, and Gigabyte is awesome. (< this is called bias tongue.gif )
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