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My specs :

fx-8350
990fxa-ud5
700W psu
h80i cooler

One of my cpus is failing p96 after 7 minutes @4.7ghz. I'm at 1.4250V currently. My temps stay @ 48 C when I'm loading p95.
I would like to either keep 4.7 ghz or even go up to 4.8 safely, should I increase my voltage or it wouldnt be safe ? If there isnt anything to do, I'll have to put it @ 4.5 i guess,

Thanks!
post #2 of 12
your at safe temps your ok. go up! more voltage.. I sit around 1.44v for 100% stable at 4.5 ghz with same mobo rev 1.1

LLC can make a difference aswell (want it at the lowest possible setting with the least amount of offset vdroop and vboost are both ok) for me personally i ended up at high setting as very high and extreme or whatever had the same results but jolty vcore that was unstable.

4.7-4.8ghz requires 1.5ish volts for me though. Your just not quite there yet the vishera's eat volts.
Edited by dmfree88 - 10/8/13 at 4:42pm
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yep 1.48V for me at 4.8 Ghz Sabertooth 990fx Rev 2.0
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i wish i woulda went asus frown.gif. I hear that saberkitty can push further then even the crosshair at times.
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I had the Gigabyte 990FXA UD3 board, I actually wrote a review on it. I was getting voltage droops and VRM overheating at even 4.2Ghz clocks. So glad I went ASUS.
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1.38V for my 8350 Vishera @ 4.6GHz
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I'm running my FX8350 @ 4.5Ghz with Vcore 1,42 in combination with a Corsair H55. According to HWM the max temp after stressing the cpu for 20 minutes with AIDA64 extreme, temps are max 52C. How reliable are the temp readouts from HWM??

My mobo is a Asus M5A97 Evo R2.0
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I'm running my FX8350 @ 4.5Ghz with Vcore 1,42 in combination with a Corsair H55. According to HWM the max temp after stressing the cpu for 20 minutes with AIDA64 extreme, temps are max 52C. How reliable are the temp readouts from HWM??

My mobo is a Asus M5A97 Evo R2.0

THey should be pretty reliable. Most like to use HWinfo64 as it gives a very detailed, but easy to read summary of everything. Here: www.hwinfo.com/download.php

I'd say more though that AIDA64 doesn't stress the CPU very hard. Try IBT AVX thumb.gif
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THey should be pretty reliable. Most like to use HWinfo64 as it gives a very detailed, but easy to read summary of everything. Here: www.hwinfo.com/download.php

I'd say more though that AIDA64 doesn't stress the CPU very hard. Try IBT AVX thumb.gif


Oke I will get the HWM 64 bit and try IBT AVX..I will post the temps once I have run a stresstest for 30 min
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It really depends on the power supply too. If it provides a clean amount of power to the CPU you can use lower voltage to achieve higher clocks.
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