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post #3041 of 3047
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No! Are you using the stock cooler?

nope using Phanteks PH-TC14PE CPU Cooler http://www.phanteks.com/ph-tc14pe.html

idle temps at 35c
post #3042 of 3047
Ambients were 67F, I take it?
Or were you running in the oven? biggrin.gif

I would start with putting your ram on the specced settings. 1866 + the timings that are on the stickers on the modules.
And then start from scratch.
Now you are playing with 2 things at once.

Can you post screen-shots from your bios settings: voltages, digi+ etc.
Also what were your previous settings with the stable clock on air? Volts, clocks...

If you start with stock cpu and stock ram(specced settings) you can isolate things.

Judging by the test your ran now, I think your volts are too low. But I need to see more settings to advice on what to change.
Also you tell about NB 1.3 volts. I hope you mis
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nope using Phanteks PH-TC14PE CPU Cooler http://www.phanteks.com/ph-tc14pe.html

idle temps at 35c

Try reseating the cooler if you haven't already.

That is a proper cooling and those temps are way higher then to be expected.
    
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I've also asked for this in amd piledriver thread . If i have i high l3 cache latency what do i do ?

They told me to up the NB CORE voltage (gigabyte 990fx UD3 rev 4 ) to the point that me computer gets better l3 cache . I tried to lower to 1.2 from 1.225 and l3 cache got better latency . Then i tried 1.3 volts from 1.225 and again i got better l3 cache latency .

Any suggestions?
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I've also asked for this in amd piledriver thread . If i have i high l3 cache latency what do i do ?

They told me to up the NB CORE voltage (gigabyte 990fx UD3 rev 4 ) to the point that me computer gets better l3 cache . I tried to lower to 1.2 from 1.225 and l3 cache got better latency . Then i tried 1.3 volts from 1.225 and again i got better l3 cache latency .

Any suggestions?
When You increase volts for cpu/nb You also need To up the cpu/nb mHz To 2400 or even 2600 and higher. I reached 2800+ easy buth i like the cooler temps more. I only See the difference in benches and not in Windows or games.
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When You increase volts for cpu/nb You also need To up the cpu/nb mHz To 2400 or even 2600 and higher. I reached 2800+ easy buth i like the cooler temps more. I only See the difference in benches and not in Windows or games.

What about Nb mhz from 2400 to 2600 effect L3 cache latency ?

Because if nb 2600mhz lowers L3 cache ..it will effect the responsiveness of the programs and games that take advantage of the L3 cache
Edited by Tsine - 11/16/14 at 2:01pm
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post #3046 of 3047
It did help when I raised it from 2200 to 2400, but HT from 2400 to 2600 did not do anything.


Check this

http://www.overclock.net/t/1361667/amd-fx-series-8350-8320-overclocking-experiment
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Id like to see a comparison like this with OC by multiplier vs OC by bus speed (and maybe a mix of the two).
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