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with 10-10-10-30 im apparently stable at 2133. i dont have the patience for hours of benchmarking so time will tell
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I posted this over in the Owners Forum, but I also would like to share this here.


Per Core Testing

I just wanted to share my test results, as it gives some insight into what is happening with some of these Piledriver CPU's when Overclocked.

First of all, my 8350 is unable to Overclock with any kind of stability over 4.5Ghz at any settings. There were no BSOD's testing at 4.6Ghz, only hardware or rounding erros, which led me to believe there was nothing wrong with my Overclock settings (because no settings worked) but rather there was an issue with a Module.

Prime is handy in that it will actually show you which core is failing. So since 4.5Ghz ran for 24 hours without issue, and 4.6Ghz would stop both Cores 7 and 8 for rounding errors, I disabled that module and re-ran Prime for 30 minutes with no errrors. After that, I re-enabled cores 7 and 8 and disabled cores 5 and 6. I re-ran Prime only to have cores 7 and 8 fail within 2 minutes.

I figured I'd go further to test the rest of the Modules. On my CPU I can get as high as 4.7Ghz using cores 1-6. Using the same testing as above, anything over 4.7Ghz and cores 5 and 6 will actually cause a hard crash and BSOD (verified testing cores 1-4 and then retesting with cores 3-6 at the same settings)

Therefore the best I can hope for with this chip is ~5Ghz with only 2 modules active. 4.7Ghz with 3 modules active and 4.5Ghz with 4 modules active
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isnt it possible to let the choice of the stability stress tool? fe:OCCT1 hour,Prime951hour or IBT20runs?
u just have to let the user specify what tool he used and how long it was stressed
this way it will satisfy everyone, not only IBT addicts
this thread is nice but why not another with OCCt stress and another with P95 and.....
having a maximum of datas is always better
i dont want to force anyone to choose one method but while using this thread to improve my oc , i must say that it had be very usefull to have at least a lil "P95 stable or not" column
anyway thx again for the thread and the maintenance wink.gif
Edited by UncleBlitz - 12/7/12 at 8:44am
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Not sure about this so maybe someone can correct me, but I think the numbers that are being used as lot numbers are actually the year and week of manufacture. My 8320 line 2 is FA 1237PGN. I believe the 12 stands for year 2012 and the 37 stands for week 37.
Batch number is third line??

Second line number on a 6100 that I bought last year is FA 1139FPM indicating year 2011, week 39.

A 960T that I have is in a different format, but still shows 1148 on the second line - year 2011, week 48
another, older 960T shows 1133 second line - year 2011, week 33



Edit; Don't know yet if this is correct, but from what I have read recently, it appears that, in my case the complete batch number should be taken as 1237PGN - not just 1237.

Is this correct??
Edited by sequoia464 - 12/7/12 at 9:34pm
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Not sure about this so maybe someone can correct me, but I think the numbers that are being used as lot numbers are actually the year and week of manufacture. My 8320 line 2 is FA 1237PGN. I believe the 12 stands for year 2012 and the 37 stands for week 37.
Batch number is third line.
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A 960T that I have is in a different format, but still shows 1148 on the second line - year 2011, week 48
another, older 960T shows 1133 second line - year 2011, week 33

that may be true however still would be a batch made from the same silicon.. in addition I was looking and there really isn't anything else that would mark it as a specific batch I see model and manufacture id nothing really of an exact batch.. coming from experience with manufacturing if its produced in the same time it really is the same batch..
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that may be true however still would be a batch made from the same silicon.. in addition I was looking and there really isn't anything else that would mark it as a specific batch I see model and manufacture id nothing really of an exact batch.. coming from experience with manufacturing if its produced in the same time it really is the same batch..

Thanks for the reply, I edited my comments above to reflect what I have recently found out, still don't know if it correct or not but was informed that, in my case, my complete batch number should be 1237PGN - not just 1237. Any thoughts??
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Thanks for the reply, I edited my comments above to reflect what I have recently found out, still don't know if it correct or not but was informed that, in my case, my complete batch number should be 1237PGN - not just 1237. Any thoughts??


That sounds about right..
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nice thread...
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I think it would also be helpful to list the Stock CPU/NB Voltage. With and without Turbo on. It seems that there are large variances between chips on this as well.

Edited - Looks like more of a difference between Motherboards, than CPU's for this voltage.
Edited by ComputerRestore - 12/28/12 at 12:00pm
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I think it would also be helpful to list the Stock CPU/NB Voltage. With and without Turbo on. It seems that there are large variances between chips on this as well.

The problem is, there is a difference between "Base" and "Stock", you guys already had him change base to stock which made the chart incorrect, if CPU/NB (Stock) is dealt with then the existing needs to become "Base" and "Load" with (Stock) added as a new field. Most of the chart as is got screwed up when the "Base" voltages were changed to a (Stock) listing when no one has stock voltages that high.

I think this was a large part of why people stopped posting data here, as that occurrence was just after the field names were changed to (Stock). So if it gets added, best be a new field, and I still think the (Stock) voltage field for cpu voltage should go back to being base and a new (Stock) field be added so it properly reflects what people are using.
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