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guys is this ok? or something is wrong with my voltages? I have bump MOBO NB one notch as CPU-NB up to 1.3v, but still I get this...


and another question, MOBO bus or FSB is oscillating a little bit, not much, does it mean I have to bump MOBO NB another notch? how much is it save??

I don't remember off the top of my head what the voltages should be and I'm not near my AMD system right now, but there are several NB voltage settings. I believe the FSB oscillating (frequency, to be specific) is normal if you have C1E enabled, and can cleaned up with spread spectrum too. I personally keep C1E disabled, since it hurts overclocking.
   
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I don't remember off the top of my head what the voltages should be and I'm not near my AMD system right now, but there are several NB voltage settings. I believe the FSB oscillating (frequency, to be specific) is normal if you have C1E enabled, and can cleaned up with spread spectrum too. I personally keep C1E disabled, since it hurts overclocking.

yeah but it is oscillating by one MHz or so...
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Unless stability tests are proving to fail or if you explicitly remember this didn't happen before the BIOS update, I wouldn't worry about it. I've seen this before on other systems and it was fine. If your NB voltage is too low (not sure which voltage) that could be part of it too - a weak power source is bound to give problems. I didn't get home until past midnight last night so I haven't checked what I've got for my voltage settings. Remember, spread spectrum might help.
   
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yeah, but I haven't have a problem with this, no instability related, just notice this, and feel weird

so now, this, I'm wondering If a could get the RAM up to 1800 MHz now, if I bump the RAM and I get instability I gonna know that is the ram




or should I go with this instead?

FSB - 260
CPU - 3640
CPU-NB - 2600
RAM - 1730
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In my personal opinion, you should keep your RAM right where it is. Your timings are pretty good considering the frequency. You could go higher but you'll have to increase the latency and you won't be gaining much performance at that point, but you will be pushing your stability to its limits. I'd say try getting 7-8-7-25 for your timings, or even 7-7-7-24 if you can. Remember, on a CPU like yours, RAM frequency means very little. In fact frequency on a Phenom II is so unimportant I'd suggest you lower it and see if you can bump your CPU another 100-200MHz or so.
   
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Hey guys, it's been a very long time since I've been here. Glad this thread is still somewhat alive.

My current ASUS 990FX Sabertooth Rev. 1.0 motherboard has officially kicked the bucket a few days ago [24-pin connection burned out], so I decided to use this board and my 965 BE again for the time being until I can manage to replace my dead ASUS board.

Now, I've read the last 10 or so pages, and noticed that a Beta F7E BIOS is available. I currently have Revision 2.0 of the 890FXA-UD5 board and was thinking of flashing it, but I have a few questions.

First, when I downloaded the BIOS from a few posts back, I managed to get a file called "89fxau52.f7e". Is that the correct filename? If not, can someone please send me the correct BIOS file as I don't think I'll have much luck convincing Gigabyte for the F7E BIOS? If that IS the correct filename, what flashing utility did you guys use? And did you use DOS or Windows to flash the BIOS? I still have a healthy FX-8320 that I want to put to use if this is possible.

Are there any features or essential stuff that has been stripped from this BIOS version? I read a post saying that IOMMU and RAID don't work, but I just want to receive 100% confirmation that everything works as it should before doing this.

It's been a while since I've worked with this Gigabyte board, let alone flashing a BIOS, so forgive all of the noobie questions.
    
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I don't remember the name of the ROM myself but that looks right to me. The board is dual BIOS anyway, so worst case scenario it'll just reset back to the F3 BIOS (or whatever was the earliest it shipped with).

I personally used the built-in flash utility (I forget the key combination, but it tells you at POST). You could probably use the Windows based utility but I would advise against it. I personally noticed new additional features were unlocked, like a wattage sensor and turbo mode controls (not sure if Phenoms IIs have those but Athlon IIs didn't).

IOMMU also works fine. The only issue I had with IOMMU was enabling it along with Crossfire in Linux. IOMMU+Crossfire+Windows worked fine, and IOMMU+Linux OR Crossfire+Linux worked fine. That problem might not exist anymore but I stopped using the catalyst drivers in linux almost a year ago. I'm also using RAID 0 myself, though I haven't attempted RAID using the SATA 3 ports. As I've suggested in the past, depending on what OS you use and what you use your RAID setup for, just do a 100% software RAID.
   
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Thanks for that. I will give F7E a shot later tonight or tomorrow once I finally managed to setup Windows the way I want to and see if I can still make the SLI Hack work.

The only reason I asked was because most of the BIOS versions from GB's site are .exe files, while this one has a unique file extension [.f7e]. So I thought maybe it was something funky going on in my end.
    
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The .exe files are either self-extracting zip files or a DOS or Windows based upload utility that'll automatically download the ROM for you. But, last time I checked, gigabyte isn't fond of giving away this F7e BIOS. I'm not sure why, I guess because it's not getting them any money. The file would be more appropriately named as "F7e.ROM". In fact, the built-in update utility might only look for *.rom files, so I'd suggest you rename it to that anyway.
   
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Just updated my 890FXA-UD5 (rev 2.1) to bios F7e successfully.

Popped in an FX8320, boots up, runs all good.

Problem.

I go to overclock it to 4ghz, runs there at stock volts (with power saving stuff turned off). Its stable. Yay

Now I go enable the power saving features, so it drops down to say 1.4ghz when low load. Now when I start up prime it caps at 14.5 multi (2.9ghz), rather than going to 20x multi (4ghz), Windows still reports it as a 4ghz processor.

Can anyone help with this? Screenshot below


EDIT: It seems I can just overclock it via FSB rather than Multi, just like the old locked phenom chips. Plausible workaround?



I'm having the same problem with a 2.0 revision board and an FX-8320, with all power-saving features disabled. I'll try and tinker some more and see if enabling the Turbo Boost function does something to get around this issue. -- EDIT: Yyyeah, not happening. Enabling Turbo screws around with the CPU's VID and messes up the voltage offset I setup in the BIOS. It also doesn't solve the problem. So that's a no-go.

For now, I'm working with a mild OC at 4.060GHz [14.5 x 280MHz], with 1.35V on the VCore, and 1.35V on the CPU-NB so all of my RAM can run at 1866MHz.
So far so good.
Edited by soma1509 - 5/16/14 at 12:15am
    
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