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Thread: FX-8350 Overclocking and Benchmark Thread

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    Default Re: FX-8350 Overclocking and Benchmark Thread

    Hey guys, have a detailed overclocking question now. Story time! I sprung for the Asus Crosshair V Formula-Z and worked on my chip for some time. I upped my vcore to 1.4v, Digi Plus setting would crank that up to 1.45v on full load, and I could barely hold 4.5 ghz with the cooler master Seidon 120m. I upgraded to the Noctua nh-u14s and still had trouble keeping temps under 70c with prime95 (temps have gotten harder to control since I bought the chip a year ago). I finally figured I must of lost the silicon lottery. Nice change of events though, the fx-8350 went on sale cyber monday for $170 and I was able to get it. This new chip has been WAY easier to overclock. At default voltage, the board set it at 1.38v and my digi + II settings would only crank it up to 1.416v on initial runs. I was able to increase my multiplier up to 23, 4.6 ghz, no problem, and with a slight voltage tweak managed 4.7 pretty easy, but dropped down to 4.6 again to keep temps lower. Digi + would take the voltage from 1.38v to 1.428 max. After an hour and a half, my average temp was 58 degrees, and my highest spike only hit 65 for a few seconds before dropping and staying at 63 degrees on only certain tests.

    Now to the question. I do eventually lose one thread to errors in prime95. But the rest run fine and my system has yet to crash through any of this tweaking. I have only set my vcore voltage, and dram voltage, and left the rest of the voltage settings to auto. Do I just need to ease my vcore up a hair, or have any of you gotten more stability by manually setting some of the other voltage setting in the bios?
    Last edited by joshjaks; 12-12-2013 at 17:43. Reason: Voltage detail missed

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    Default Re: FX-8350 Overclocking and Benchmark Thread

    Anybody still keeping an eye on this thread?

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    Default Re: FX-8350 Overclocking and Benchmark Thread

    I do occasionally
    I have the same chip, in a Sabertooth 990FX rev 2
    I've spent days tweaking the voltages and speeds of everything and have never been able to achieve anything better than a 4.6 on my chip with the Corsair H100i cooling. My chip gets hot quick with even the smallest voltage changes.
    I had the same with Prime 95 kicking off one core.
    But I tried (per recommendations on here) the testing program OCCT and if I go above 4.6Ghz, the program says my OC fails after 30 seconds to 2 minutes.
    You may try upping or lowering the Northbridge a bit and see what that does.
    Quite honestly I've given up trying to get past 4.6 on my FX 8350

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    Default Re: FX-8350 Overclocking and Benchmark Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Boomerang View Post
    I do occasionally
    I have the same chip, in a Sabertooth 990FX rev 2
    I've spent days tweaking the voltages and speeds of everything and have never been able to achieve anything better than a 4.6 on my chip with the Corsair H100i cooling. My chip gets hot quick with even the smallest voltage changes.
    I had the same with Prime 95 kicking off one core.
    But I tried (per recommendations on here) the testing program OCCT and if I go above 4.6Ghz, the program says my OC fails after 30 seconds to 2 minutes.
    You may try upping or lowering the Northbridge a bit and see what that does.
    Quite honestly I've given up trying to get past 4.6 on my FX 8350
    I have the same thing with my exact same board: the VRMs get too unstable at higher VCore to maintain clock speeds much past 4.6 unless you got the uber chip x-). When a core drops that's the sign of overclock instability (at least if it works normally otherwise) and I usually find that increased VCore is what solves the issue, else something else is wrong somewhere else either in the BIOS, or physically wrong with the motherboard/cpu (very unlikely, both built like brick s***houses).

    Have you disabled the following? Cool n' Quiet, C6, C1E, HPCM, Turbo Boost; also be sure your LLC is at very high or extreme. On this board anything less than that will result in vDroop under heavy loads, which is no bueno for an overclock. Also consider that Prime95/OCCT are programs that are not typical usage scenarios. Under most all daily use, if your CPU is stable for an hour of stress testing for stability, then you shouldn't run into any issues unless you're trying to Fold @ Home or doing heavy video editing. At least I never have.

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    Default Re: FX-8350 Overclocking and Benchmark Thread

    I did disable most of those setting for sure. Couple may look different, but I was following the OC guide on the asus forums so they should be set. I'll double check. I Actually have room to take my v-core up a bit though. I just wanted to double check before I did. If I take my vcore up just a little, I might be sitting at 4.7 by then, but it will take me a while to know for sure. Trying to get to 4.8 didn't work at all. I'll definitely need some good custom cooling to get any higher than 4.7. Seems like I got a pretty good chip all considering. I'll post some results once I get through it all and have the time. Haven't even messed with it again since I last posted with Christmas and all. Thanks for the tips though.

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    Default Re: FX-8350 Overclocking and Benchmark Thread

    I've disabled all those as well and have settings on High, Extreme or Optimized

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    Default Re: FX-8350 Overclocking and Benchmark Thread

    I actually just the other day went back and re-visited my overclocking with this board again. Made it to 4.8 GHz stable on all cores but the heat from the CPU was too great for my SP120 Quiet Editions on an H100i to cope with so it hit my thermal limit around 15 or so minutes in. I also have a Cinebench run i did with that clock speed that I'll post later, scored pretty well.

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    Thanks for benchmarks

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    Default Re: FX-8350 Overclocking and Benchmark Thread

    Alright! I finalized my overclock settings for my new chip. I was having trouble with one test in Prime95 no matter what I did, but occt worked much better. I found out I had to bump up my vcore just a hair, then I was able to run the test for over 2 hours with no problems. Here's the results.
    FX-8350 Overclocking and Benchmark Thread-2014-01-07-20h48-cpuusage-cpu-usage.jpgFX-8350 Overclocking and Benchmark Thread-2014-01-07-20h48-temperature-cpu.jpgFX-8350 Overclocking and Benchmark Thread-2014-01-07-20h48-voltage-cpu-vcore.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by joshjaks View Post
    Alright! I finalized my overclock settings for my new chip. I was having trouble with one test in Prime95 no matter what I did, but occt worked much better. I found out I had to bump up my vcore just a hair, then I was able to run the test for over 2 hours with no problems. Here's the results.
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    Good OC, just be careful with your temps (second chart showing temps over 85C and 90C in the last 8 min of stress), but in real life think you'll be Ok.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joshjaks View Post
    Alright! I finalized my overclock settings for my new chip. I was having trouble with one test in Prime95 no matter what I did, but occt worked much better. I found out I had to bump up my vcore just a hair, then I was able to run the test for over 2 hours with no problems. Here's the results.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Smiki007 View Post
    Good OC, just be careful with your temps (second chart showing temps over 85C and 90C in the last 8 min of stress), but in real life think you'll be Ok.
    You had me worried! lol. I double checked the chart and the right side is Fahrenheit, which shows a peak of 95F. The left side is Celcius and that peaked out at 68c, which was what core temp was showing.

    Correction. The right side is showing Usage, which is 100% for the full duration.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joshjaks View Post
    You had me worried! lol. I double checked the chart and the right side is Fahrenheit, which shows a peak of 95F. The left side is Celcius and that peaked out at 68c, which was what core temp was showing.


    Ok cool that is why I ask about your temps too. wanted to make sure I was seeing what I thought I saw. lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by joshjaks View Post
    You had me worried! lol. I double checked the chart and the right side is Fahrenheit, which shows a peak of 95F. The left side is Celcius and that peaked out at 68c, which was what core temp was showing.

    Correction. The right side is showing Usage, which is 100% for the full duration.
    I can't see Farenhait (F) temps just Celsius (C):
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    Default Re: FX-8350 Overclocking and Benchmark Thread

    I corrected my previous post, caught that a second later. Still, max temp on that graph should be 67c. Slightly elevated for the 8350 but nothing I'm worried about for everyday use, which comes no where near those temps.

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    Agreed, you'll be OK in everyday use.

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