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have you tried upping the voltage?

So,you think it's couse of voltage? I've got all on stock,voltage on AUTO. Thing is that it only happends in certain webpages...
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He has 660 SLI and probably an extra card for PhysX/aux displays. Valley is crap at detecting hardware. You've never seen it because it doesn't work on Nvidia GPU's, AMD can crossfire within the same series though not the exact same model (i.e. 7950 with 7970, etc).
I don't think they have to be the same series. I remember some amd laptops that you could crossfire the dedicated amd card with the onboard graphics

Edit: found a link but I don't know if this is still considered crossfire
http://www.amd.com/us/products/technologies/dual-graphics/pages/dual-graphics.aspx
Edited by Mccaula718 - 3/15/13 at 4:30am
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I lapped my 8320 the other night. I've seen it idle in the teens and got about a 5* difference in load. Not a bad deal for $15. Allowed me to push my cpu to 4.8
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I don't think they have to be the same series. I remember some amd laptops that you could crossfire the dedicated amd card with the onboard graphics

Edit: found a link but I don't know if this is still considered crossfire
http://www.amd.com/us/products/technologies/dual-graphics/pages/dual-graphics.aspx

It used to be called asymmetric crossfire and it works in all AMD APU systems, both on desktop and laptop. The units that are getting crossfired technically belong to the same family when it comes to architecture but A-xfire can be tricky. I think I've seen an AMD document somewhere that states that the igpu renders one frame for every two frames rendered by the discreet GPU,I guess because the igpu is much weaker that the discreet one. On my laptop I get 60-65% discreet GPU usage when crossfired which agrees with the 2v1 hypothesis. Unfortunately my eyes are extremely sensitive to microstuttering-xfiring the 6520g to a 6650M one (it belongs to the 6570/6670 family) makes little sense. Best case scenario is that you get similar gaming experience to what the discreet one offers. But usually it just stutters way too much to be worthwhile. The 7660D found in desktop APUs seems to be a much better xfire partner to a 6670 though.
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It used to be called asymmetric crossfire and it works in all AMD APU systems, both on desktop and laptop. The units that are getting crossfired technically belong to the same family when it comes to architecture but A-xfire can be tricky. I think I've seen an AMD document somewhere that states that the igpu renders one frame for every two frames rendered by the discreet GPU,I guess because the igpu is much weaker that the discreet one. On my laptop I get 60-65% discreet GPU usage when crossfired which agrees with the 2v1 hypothesis. Unfortunately my eyes are extremely sensitive to microstuttering-xfiring the 6520g to a 6650M one (it belongs to the 6570/6670 family) makes little sense. Best case scenario is that you get similar gaming experience to what the discreet one offers. But usually it just stutters way too much to be worthwhile. The 7660D found in desktop APUs seems to be a much better xfire partner to a 6670 though.

The one you are talking about is Hybrid Crossfire these days if the literature of the last APU I had was to be believed, and you would have to be pretty desperate to try it, most likely in an ITX box with a picopsu and no way to run a decent card to begin with because even the highest range of setups performs worse than the most basic actual "gamer" card.

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I don't think they have to be the same series. I remember some amd laptops that you could crossfire the dedicated amd card with the onboard graphics

Edit: found a link but I don't know if this is still considered crossfire
http://www.amd.com/us/products/technologies/dual-graphics/pages/dual-graphics.aspx

I wasn't really talking about AMD that much because he had an Nvidia setup, I was pointing out that he had a physics card and was not running SLI with two totally different cards. There is a chart on the AMD website showing all of the cards that can crossfire together and generally they have to be of the same GPU core which is why some of the lower model ranges like the 74xx/75xx/76xx can work together outside of the same model range as they are all based on the same core.
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Originally Posted by Mccaula718

I don't think they have to be the same series. I remember some amd laptops that you could crossfire the dedicated amd card with the onboard graphics

Edit: found a link but I don't know if this is still considered crossfire
http://www.amd.com/us/products/technologies/dual-graphics/pages/dual-graphics.aspx

Although it has two graphics solutions working together, that is not crossfire but rather a hybrid called 'AMD Dual Graphics' In the case of the A10-5800 for example you need to add a 6670 or 6570 only to work in concert with the on die IGP of the trinity APU.
using Crossfire (two discrete cards) disables the use of on die IGP.

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I was a bit shocked at how well my daughter's laptop performs with the little apu. It has an A8 -4500 and fired it up the other day to play CSS , it happily cranked out 60 to 100 fps on default settings.

I tethered it to my android phone and was able to play whilst truckin on down the interstate tongue.gif. Averaged about an 80 ping smile.gif
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No, there's really not that great of airflow, that's why I ordered some new case fans to hopefully improve airflow. I only have 3 case fans, one on the side blowing a bit above the CPU, an exhaust out the back and I THINK an intake on front. I can't get to the fan to flip it around, but I'm pretty sure it's an intake so theirs circulation through the case.

Yea, temps do seem high. I can try reseating the block, we will see what happens. Core temps still are never a problem but look at this socket temp.... Whoa is it worrying and I immediately stopped IBT. This was @ 4.7 and 1.488-1.5v. It jumped to 1.5v sometimes.



Like i said, I ordered two new case fans. One to replace the back exhaust and side fan, as they don't push much air and the ones I ordered should be much better. If you say there's a problem though I believe you, I'll try reseating the water block when I get a chance, and obviously new thermal paste then. Man I hate applying new thermal paste. I have no other spots for case fans. The radiator for my H100i is top mounted as an exhaust, where I had to custom cut a hole in my case to fit it.

Oh and settings wise, CPU/NB frequency is at 2200, HT link is at 2600, voltage is as stated above, and I'm strictly using the multiplier to overclock, no FSB. My DIGI+ power control settings are set to what the Piledriver overclocking guide recommends. Ram is at 1866 with timings set to what my XMP table lists.


How about buying extenders for your psu cables?
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