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So would the rasa 750 be good? Now you say to test my ram by itself, I assume you mean all settings stock with just the ram bumped up? I did have to bump the ram voltage from the stock auto setting. I was getting BSOD in games. I changed the timings and upped the voltage and seems good now. I did bump the nb/cpu voltage up to 1.2 or so iirc. Looks like I'll be waiting to OC until I can get some better cooling onboard. You also said to raise the nb freq. But again iirc, the nb freq wont increase in my bios. I'll check again tho.
Thanks for the help!

What I meant was to use factory specs for Ram (stock timing and freq) than test with stock Dram voltage. Use LinX (25-50 runs), SuperPi (32M run), and maybe even 5 runs of IntelBurn but only the ITB if you can improve temps FIRST. LinX and SuperPI should not run near as hot as Prime95 or ITB to get an idea of what it'll take to get the Ram stable.

To raise the NB Freq you'll have to use the Ref Clock, and at the same time keep everything else (CPU, Ram Freq, HT Link) as close to stock as possible. Better to be slightly lower than stock rather than too much above when raising only one area at a time like this. This allows you to keep very near to stock voltages which will keep temps down plus rule out any possible issues with the other areas that you're trying to keep at stock. Make small increases to the Ref Clock, boot into windows, than re enter bios and repeat till you reach a point with the ref clock that you can still have near stock CPU, Ram and HT Freq, but also have a higher NB Freq due to using different multipliers.
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ok so I reset all settings back to auto or stock in my bios. except dram voltage-1.55 I run ptime95 and temps are at 60c in 5 mins. is that normal for a stock cooling setup?

Not in my opinion. Have you tried to reseat the cooler? Make sure to use as little as possible when applying TIM. Hows the case air flow?
The Rasa RS360 is more than enough for a CPU only, regardless of OC. Depending on voltages and ambient you may even cool one GPU in the same loop depending on OC. RX360 will do CPU and probably SLI/Xfire GPUs. My son has a 1090T and GTX590 on a RX360 and after gaming for hours temps never exceed 40C for either the CPU or the GPU.
The RX240 should also handle your CPU very nicely, but may limit adding GPU.

Try reseating that cooler and watch to see how the TIM was applied when taking it apart. If your using the the stock junk, clean it, and apply some AS5. Also make sure the fan is at full speed.
 
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WILL DO!! I used the stock TP that was on the HS. I'll pick up some arctic silver this weekend and reseat it. Man so much to learn! Just when I think I am starting to have a small handle on this OC'n thing I get a new loop thrown at me!!
Thans so much for the time to help a noob
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What I meant was to use factory specs for Ram (stock timing and freq) than test with stock Dram voltage. Use LinX (25-50 runs), SuperPi (32M run), and maybe even 5 runs of IntelBurn but only the ITB if you can improve temps FIRST. LinX and SuperPI should not run near as hot as Prime95 or ITB to get an idea of what it'll take to get the Ram stable.
To raise the NB Freq you'll have to use the Ref Clock, and at the same time keep everything else (CPU, Ram Freq, HT Link) as close to stock as possible. Better to be slightly lower than stock rather than too much above when raising only one area at a time like this. This allows you to keep very near to stock voltages which will keep temps down plus rule out any possible issues with the other areas that you're trying to keep at stock. Make small increases to the Ref Clock, boot into windows, than re enter bios and repeat till you reach a point with the ref clock that you can still have near stock CPU, Ram and HT Freq, but also have a higher NB Freq due to using different multipliers.
Not in my opinion. Have you tried to reseat the cooler? Make sure to use as little as possible when applying TIM. Hows the case air flow?
The Rasa RS360 is more than enough for a CPU only, regardless of OC. Depending on voltages and ambient you may even cool one GPU in the same loop depending on OC. RX360 will do CPU and probably SLI/Xfire GPUs. My son has a 1090T and GTX590 on a RX360 and after gaming for hours temps never exceed 40C for either the CPU or the GPU.
The RX240 should also handle your CPU very nicely, but may limit adding GPU.
Try reseating that cooler and watch to see how the TIM was applied when taking it apart. If your using the the stock junk, clean it, and apply some AS5. Also make sure the fan is at full speed.

sandman today i finaly got around to installing my second FX-8150 in my new sli machine it has a sabertooth in it im running it till tomorrow evening before i start hammering it and i might need to ask some pointers on it if you dont mind
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Always happy to share what I know! Just give a shout.
 
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I asked about this combo the other day.

So, I went for it.

Been folding with this setup for over a week, 24/7

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Congrats!

Please, share your opinion on how BD performs on a CHIV Formula.
Any benches to share?

I know a lot of folks been waiting to here.
 
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Congrats!

Please, share your opinion on how BD performs on a CHIV Formula.
Any benches to share?

I know a lot of folks been waiting to here.

+1 for sure!!! tongue.gif

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Hello guys,
Well I bumped into a situation where I dont know what to do...I clocked my Phenom to 4.2Ghz and it is game stable and benchmark stable.
It goes through everything I throw at it stable without going above 50ºC.
Played BF3 for 5 hours which I knew is intensive for the CPU and it did not bsod nor hang, can run Uningine, Cinebench, 3Dmark etc and it does not hang.
But it isnt prime95 stable for long, the system hangs doesnt bsod nor reboot it simply hangs.
I already got the voltages at 1.50 bios and goes up to 1.58 with Full LLC.
My question is should I leave it at 4.2Ghz or should I lower to a state which I know it is perfectly stable?
Edited by Tokkan - 1/16/12 at 8:13am
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Sounds to me like there's just more work to be done is all. My 4222MHz is a dram voltage hog lol. I found I need to increase the dram voltage like mad above 4.1GHz with my ram tightened up. Also the CPU/NB voltage takes a good increase as well above 4.0GHz. I think most Thubans have a voltage wall around 4.1HGz.

Freezing is usually dram voltage or CPU/NB voltage. Give those a good looking at. Maximum CPU/NB voltage is the same as Vcore, 1.5v.

Just noticed this, It might also be due to the 3200MHz NB Freq. Could try dropping it back to 3000MHz and test till stabilized, than re-try the 3200MHz.
 
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Sounds to me like there's just more work to be done is all. My 4222MHz is a dram voltage hog lol. I found I need to increase the dram voltage like mad above 4.1GHz with my ram tightened up. Also the CPU/NB voltage takes a good increase as well above 4.0GHz. I think most Thubans have a voltage wall around 4.1HGz.
Freezing is usually dram voltage or CPU/NB voltage. Give those a good looking at. Maximum CPU/NB voltage is the same as Vcore, 1.5v.
Just noticed this, It might also be due to the 3200MHz NB Freq. Could try dropping it back to 3000MHz and test till stabilized, than re-try the 3200MHz.

Yea I saw that wall above 4Ghz, It took me lots of time to get it stable there and I also had to change the way I was trying to OC it in order to lower the voltage.
I saw that strictly using multiplier OC would require more voltage compared to a multiplier + FSB OC.
Atm I got a 17.5multi with a 240Mhz FSB. All DIMM's are occupied and working at 1600Mhz Cl 9-9-9-24 at 1.5v.
Ill take a look at the Ram since its still working at factory specs, that might be the problem.
Ill also lower the NB frequency to 3000Mhz to troubleshoot it.
I found it odd cause usually when I start an heavy game/benchmark it would instantly BSOD in cases where Prime95 would take some time.

Thanks Sandman, still got the list you gave me to help me get started with OC'ing tongue.gif
Still look at it sometimes lol pretty usefull
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