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Heeey 232bird!

Just like the sandman said 667 x2 = 1333.

and if you're system says that you're temps are 50 degrees, then it is mostley 60.
so its plus 10. that comes because the sensors of asus arent that accurate.

and on how many volt do you have you're processor?

hope i can help you out
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I'm glad you told me about the bios update to BD. I was considering waiting for the AM3+ boards to come out so it would be future-proof, or at least resistant, but fear in a year or two I'll run into the same problem I am now with my 790, so I was gonna pass. You think the C4 can hold up to the BDs of a year or so from now? That's my main issue with going big.

As for the RAM, I do recall seeing the GSkill stuff in a lot of sigs. Thanks for the tip!
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I use Gskill ripjaws 1600 cl9. and i must say great ram for a great price.

and if you want to have you're system stable, i can give you my details of my oc. maybe it helps
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I haven't herd of any reason that they wouldn't hold up at all. The bios for the BD has been out for a few weeks now and Asus themselves has said the CHIV will support BD. The CHIV is the flag ship from Asus. Take a look at the link in my sig and you'll find lots of useful info and give you a head start on what you can expect. You won't be sorry.
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O yeah, we're on the same board. I have it at 1.475 in BIOS, and Windows throttles it with the clock speed. Would you mind sharing your settings? I haven't seen many m4a79xtd evo builds and would like something to compare to.
post #36 of 47
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Heeey 232bird!

Just like the sandman said 667 x2 = 1333.

and if you're system says that you're temps are 50 degrees, then it is mostley 60.
so its plus 10. that comes because the sensors of asus arent that accurate.

and on how many volt do you have you're processor?

hope i can help you out
Maybe I can help clear the air here with the Hexacore temp issues, give this thread a complete reading http://www.overclock.net/amd-cpus/93...out-1090t.html

It's the core temps that vary, and are engineered so as they reach closer to max temps the more accurate they become. That's why you should always go by CPU Socket temp and not core temps. Myself I still use the max cpu socket temp of 55c for stability reasons, but this thread shows they can take a hell of a lot with the core temps. Check it out for yourselves.
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post #37 of 47
It would be my pleasure

but keep in mind, i use a h70 cooler

Core speed:3750 on 1.4750 volt not everybody agrees with it. but it works for me.
multiplier:15. because i haven't got a black edition
HT link: 2500
Cpu/NB: 2500
Dram: 1333.

and everything else on auto.

i hope it wil work for you as wel
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I'm glad you told me about the bios update to BD. I was considering waiting for the AM3+ boards to come out so it would be future-proof, or at least resistant, but fear in a year or two I'll run into the same problem I am now with my 790, so I was gonna pass. You think the C4 can hold up to the BDs of a year or so from now? That's my main issue with going big.

As for the RAM, I do recall seeing the GSkill stuff in a lot of sigs. Thanks for the tip!
the msi has a update bios for the bulldozer as well. the 890fxgd65. =) thought you might like to know. but if you have the money...cf4 is the clear choice.
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Maybe I can help clear the air here with the Hexacore temp issues, give this thread a complete reading http://www.overclock.net/amd-cpus/93...out-1090t.html

It's the core temps that vary, and are engineered so as they reach closer to max temps the more accurate they become. That's why you should always go by CPU Socket temp and not core temps. Myself I still use the max cpu socket temp of 55c for stability reasons, but this thread shows they can take a hell of a lot with the core temps. Check it out for yourselves.
Also Thanks for the link Sandman!
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Thanks for the link for the temps, good read. Right now AOD agrees with HWMonitor and Core Temp. I'm at 26C right now at 800 MHz. I guess Chrome doesn't use much.

Koekmeister, thanks for the info, I'll try it out.

sleepergsr, Also good info, thanks. Is there that much difference between the 890 boards? I won't argue that the C4 is top notch, I read that everywhere. But I think half the stuff on there I won't use, like all the PCI slots. I may still get one though, just wait for the taxes. Yup, I procrastinated. It literally only takes me 20 minutes but every year I wait till the last minute.
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