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As stated earlier today..i have the exact same board and am able to oc up to 5Ghz fairly easily.. the THROTTLING issue was a total piss-off for the the first week I had the board though! So if you have Rev3 and latest Bios.. turn off all the power saving (CE1, C6, C&Q, etc)..there's no APM to turn off..but then turn ON the HPC.. with that I was FINALLY able to do WHATEVER I wanted with the board in terms of voltages, clocks, etc WITHOUT any THROTTLING! That *should* work.. i eventually went back down from EXTREME LLC to Ultra or High... and had to play around with the voltages but with a water cooler as low as a Corsair H60 (also used the H100) I was able to do 4.8Ghz at 48 degress and 5Ghz and keeping under 54 degrees (averaged 49-52)! I was surprised but the board handled very well.

Maybe your specific board is problematic but i do KNOW the UD3 can handle almost anything you put it through..it just doesn't have all the extra oc and vrm power features like the Asus (Sabertooth, I now have and has been recommended to you).. it has that quirky throttling issue (but is easily overcome..at least for me and a few others who posted).. all the UD3/5/7 are notorious for VDroop..and I did experience it..but nothing too heavy.. LLC can go a bit high on voltages but can be worked with and sometimes the voltages can be a bit up and down at times...but with proper tweaking, the board can handle high clocks/voltages and be stable with good temps..

ps. but if you feel you must return and/or replace or upgrade..to say.. a Sabertooth, I can't argue with you there! it IS a better board through and through and more importantly is made of better material, has more features and a lot more BIOS controls and options for oc'ing and vrm digi+ power controls! it is sweet!

Mate I bloody wished I had a Rev 3... But I don't.. I specifically asked the shop for a Rev 3 but they didn't have them so I got a Rev 1.2 which is the worst of all. Only has 3 BIOS's from which the latest one is a BETA.
There is no more support for the R1.2 and it's just bad basically...

I am now running my other board, a much weaker M5A97 R2.0 and I get a easy 4.3 on stock from it and i'm trying to push to 4.5Ghz and no further cause of the 4+2 phasecount. It HAS to have LLC enabled otherwise it'll drop a full 0.1v under load so they get rather hot...

Only downside to that board is that it won't eat my Trident BBSE RAM chips so in stead of 2133C7 im stuck with 1600C9 HyperX's now..
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Yes is my vote

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YES! i went from an 1100t to 8350 huge difference in real world

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Yes definitely thumb.gif

Thanks for responses. I'll probably go with an 8350 since AMD is planning on sticking with AM3+ for at least another year.
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add me FX8350 @ 4530 @ 1.376v

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2710041

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thank you will do that
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Serious question lol is there any difference between a fx 8320 and a 8350@4,5 in single threaded apps?
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Serious question lol is there any difference between a fx 8320 and a 8350@4,5 in single threaded apps?

@ the same clock speed, they are essentially the same chip. Only difference being that 8350 are "better" chips capable of higher clocks for stock settings.
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@ the same clock speed, they are essentially the same chip. Only difference being that 8350 are "better" chips capable of higher clocks for stock settings.

proof? to the second part of that statement
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@ the same clock speed, they are essentially the same chip. Only difference being that 8350 are "better" chips capable of higher clocks for stock settings.

proof? to the second part of that statement

8350s are just binned better. They'll hit the same OC's on less voltage. List in the OP justifies that.

Not to say 8320s can't match 8350s, it'll just take more to get them there.
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