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post #4241 of 9900
I have my Chipset Northbridge @ 1.28V to keep my FSB around 312, and 1.35V on the CPU-NB thumb.gif
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Meant to add this for you, as well Vaub. Could you try OpenHWMonitor? I'm curious to see if it works since you can label the sensors. thumb.gif

Will try when I get home later.
I don't see why it wouldn't work, if OpenHWMonitor pick all the info like HWInfo64 it would probably display it. (Any idea why CPUID HWMonitor won't take them?)

I started to play a little with HWInfo64 tough, awesome program! It lets you rename your sensor and even show them in RivaTurner OSD (afterburner OSD) biggrin.gif

Oh, and I have two questions,
1) Whats the maximum temp that I can go with the NB? I am currently at 45C @ 3Ghz 1.35V, how much more can I push it?
2) Whats the use of the CPU-NB voltage, never touched it since my CPU @ +0,075 and my NB @ 1.35 are stable, will it gives them more OC headroom?
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Will try when I get home later.
I don't see why it wouldn't work, if OpenHWMonitor pick all the info like HWInfo64 it would probably display it. (Any idea why CPUID HWMonitor won't take them?)
I started to play a little with HWInfo64 tough, awesome program! It lets you rename your sensor and even show them in RivaTurner OSD (afterburner OSD) biggrin.gif
Oh, and I have two questions,
1) Whats the maximum temp that I can go with the NB? I am currently at 45C @ 3Ghz 1.35V, how much more can I push it?
2) Whats the use of the CPU-NB voltage, never touched it since my CPU @ +0,075 and my NB @ 1.35 are stable, will it gives them more OC headroom?

Thank you biggrin.gif Hopefully my fans DO get here today. This tracking number from USPS is so useless. Seriously. mad.gif

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1: NB != CPUNB. The motherboards NB is what that sensor should be reading as the CPUNB doesn't have a temperature value of any sort. The board's thermal shutoff is at 100C, so I'd say as long as it's under like 70, you're probably fine.

2: Increase if overclocking the CPUNB.
    
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Thank you biggrin.gif Hopefully my fans DO get here today. This tracking number from USPS is so useless. Seriously. mad.gif
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1: NB != CPUNB. The motherboards NB is what that sensor should be reading as the CPUNB doesn't have a temperature value of any sort. The board's thermal shutoff is at 100C, so I'd say as long as it's under like 70, you're probably fine.
2: Increase if overclocking the CPUNB.

At least there's a tracking!
I always receive my thing before the tracking even say something with Purolator doh.gif

What's the use of the CPUNB voltage then? Because adding voltage to cpu and nb seems to work for me anyway, without touching that setting.
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At least there's a tracking!
I always receive my thing before the tracking even say something with Purolator doh.gif
What's the use of the CPUNB voltage then? Because adding voltage to cpu and nb seems to work for me anyway, without touching that setting.

What's your CPUNB clock currently at? And what is the voltage set to? Auto?
    
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Hmm, I guess it's at stock, never touched CPUNB clock or voltage, I always changed my CPU and my NB separately (fairly new in OCing). I suppose its at auto (must admit that I tought that CPUNB was only a voltage thing, didn't knew it had a clock).

How does this setting affect an OC in term of performance / temp?
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CPUNB clock is one of the most important clocks in the system regarding Phenom chips smile.gif

It offers some of the highest performance to MHz available from overclocking. At the cost of also being some of the highest TDP to MHz from overclocking. Getting the CPUNB to 2800-3200 will offer -greatly- increased system performance, and it usually takes ~1.3-1.35v on the CPUNB to get there. Any higher on the voltage, and it stops scaling so well- just adds a ton more heat.

Curious why you increased the motherboard NB voltage? Mine is stock heh'.

The important voltage on the board itself, is only really useful for reference based overclocking. That is labeled "VCC18" or NB 1.8v, and is the clock generator voltage for the motherboard.
    
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post #4248 of 9900
I think I found my voltage problem for 4ghz.
I oc my CPU to 3.7 put ram close 1600 ht close 200 n NB at the oc with CPU.
Set voltage to 1.2 for CPU NB n 1.3 for CPU and lowered the voltage on the CPU until I found core 6 n 5 nicked out at 1.275 I disabled these cores and I'm now at 3.8 at 1.3v on 4 cores and temps are lower
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Been looking at the Formula-Z, and being that I already have the first Crosshair V Formula, may not be really much of a big upgrade (if any) to get a Formula-Z. Been reading through the reviews and comparisons of the 2, and there is no real reason, IMO, to justify paying another $240 for a updated board with a few more bells and whistles. Maybe some of you who have had both boards can shed some different light on this for me. I do plan on getting the FX-8350 when it's released (I skipped the first gen), and plan on OC'n the @#$% out of it.

Is the Formula-Z a better overclocker, in general, when compared to the Formula? Like I said, I plan on OC'n my new FX chip when I get it. Nothing extreme by any means.. umm, nevermind that. I'm gunna push it to it's limit and see what I can get out of it. If I did not already own a CVF, I would jump on the Formula-Z in a second.. But is it really worthwhile since I already have a CVF??

Thanks ahead of time.. thumb.gif
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Been looking at the Formula-Z, and being that I already have the first Crosshair V Formula, may not be really much of a big upgrade (if any) to get a Formula-Z. Been reading through the reviews and comparisons of the 2, and there is no real reason, IMO, to justify paying another $240 for a updated board with a few more bells and whistles. Maybe some of you who have had both boards can shed some different light on this for me. I do plan on getting the FX-8350 when it's released (I skipped the first gen), and plan on OC'n the @#$% out of it.
Is the Formula-Z a better overclocker, in general, when compared to the Formula? Like I said, I plan on OC'n my new FX chip when I get it. Nothing extreme by any means.. umm, nevermind that. I'm gunna push it to it's limit and see what I can get out of it. If I did not already own a CVF, I would jump on the Formula-Z in a second.. But is it really worthwhile since I already have a CVF??
Thanks ahead of time.. thumb.gif

Keep the C5. So far, the C5 seems to overclock better than the C5R2. At least as far as how hard you can push the reference clock. Yes, the C5R2 is "certified by ASUS" to support up to DDR3-2400, but that's about the only massive difference between the two of them. Other than UEFI Fast Boot. Which may come out for the C5.
    
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