Gilson de Azevedo: what motherboard are you using?
crackerele: Fx9590 @5ghz stable at 1.44 load real voltage. Test with prime,
An golden 8350 does 5ghz at minimum 1.5v real load voltage.
MrBfmvfan150: They aren't way acceptable you're getting pretty close :P 61 and 71 max, in
summer I bet you hit those temps
Gilson de Azevedo: How about a screenshot or a video of your bios setting that got you to 5ghz
crackerele: You have an crappy cpu. Mine does 5.2ghz at 1.50v. it has serial 1320pgs.
This series is the first one for fx9570 as well.
So, for an golden one you need 1320/1322pgs at least. Those are identical
with fx9570,they are from the same waffers.
Afik Lahav: for higher performance and lower power using you should take the bus speed
thestar111: Hi People, I just wanted to say that what you see in the video was a
legitimate over clock I used last winter. I have posted my 24/7 overclock
I'm using this summer in video - "AMD FX-8350 Final 24/7 Overclock". I'm
not going to post BIOS set ups or other configurations as overclocking
relies on identical hardware configurations.
thestar111: Around 4800Mhz I think is the sweet spot for the FX-8350. You need a top
end motherboard and cooler for higher. Gigabyte rocks :)
XxROCKSTARxX69: 1.55 vcore thats crazy, your cpu wont last that long at that rate. also i
wouldnt trust those temps readings is it reading core or package temps?
core temps arent supposed to be over 61c on these. i have an 8320 @ 4.615 @
1.39 vcore 230 fsb 2650 mhz ht and cpu/nb link all on a custom loop
Billy Mays: You're doing something wrong or you got a dud. Send it back for a new one.
Kirkinezis Panagiotis: I am about to change my cpu mobo 2500k ud4x because i manage to do sli and
my card doesnt fit to the mobo . What do you recoment ? I am thinking of
aCROSSHAIR V FORMULA with 8350 on it ? Or you have a better suggestion?
maddogfarg0: And you're wrong. User SR71Blackbird @ TomsHardware got 5.1GHz on an FX
8350 stable (Clean 24hr passes with Prime and OCCT) with 1.388v core on AIR
(Phanteks TC14PE) The FX 6300 and 8350 can clock surprisingly high with
moderate voltages and still eb stable, especially if your CPU NB, HT, RAM
and LLC are setup right.
rustypro98: hey man all im saying is i wouldn't push it too much. If u have an h100i
you won't have to worry about these temps anyways, maybe o.c. to 5ghz at
Music and Tech: Supports it got it running on my FX 6100 rig comes with the brackets
hokayuuu777: got the same monitor :D
thestar111: I now have the FX-8350 running at 4945Mhz at a lower voltage. So my new
over clock is 24/7 no matter what the room temperature is.. :)
hempfootball: my h100 is cooling worse than my stock heatsink :(
rustypro98: just a heads up dude do not let that cpu go over 62C you'll regret it. 65C
is its limit before damage can occur, 62 is a nice buffer to give yourself.
thestar111: 1.55volt is the max vid from AMD. Any over voltage is dangerous if you fail
to keep the cpu temperature under control. I'm using a high end main board
and an excellent cooling solution to keep the temperature down. Voltage
setting can vary between different main boards and set ups. I have my
system stable running Prime95 at 100% load and stress in the video. I've
been over clocking for years now and I have never burnt a processor.
thestar111: Max vid for the FX-8350 is 1.550 volts. Temperature readings from the
motherboard and CPU thermostats are fine and under control. The cpu was
running at 100% load during the video so LLC was boosting the voltage. What
makes you think the voltage is dangerous high?
xxBarathakxx: Mine is at 90 also. I've seen it two other places where it's 70. I would
definitely say that 70 is the accurate one though. When I overclocked mine,
I hit 70, and my computer shut off.
jareb426: I have the logitech z5500 too :D
SGT WADE: it uses 4 + 2 sir.. please respond
anderekit: Could you do a step by step video of the overclocking
bananasqueek: Hey, i was wondering if i could overclock to 5.0GHz with my motherboard
(when i get liquid cooling) I use a Gigabyte 990XA-UD3 and it has an 8-pin
CPU connector, i heard somewhere that it is better to clock it to 4.6-4.8
with that mobo, but i just wanna get your opinion.
TechBox2035: Prime 95 is a joke with the FX CPUs. It does not stress the cpu well, Use
mangkaw321: I tried prime95 at stock, it ran 65 degrees in my Corsair h60 2013 edition
alfred ripper: can I OC mine with ASUS sabertooth 990fx @ 5.0ghz?
CHARL1EX1: Haha dream on, prove please! I bet you dont't have it. just saying.....
MysticKillaaHD: can it be Overclocked 5.00Ghz???
erickrayos: 4+2 phase isn't much.. rev. 3.0 of the UD3 board does have some throttling
issue, but earlier revisions (the ones I've handled) I don't see any
throttling at all.
ItzBanub: easily just make sure that cooling system you got can handle it.
maddogfarg0: On FX 6300 I've personally gotten 4.4GHz stable on lower than stock
voltages (1.375) * Stock boost voltage for 2 cores at 4.2GHz from AMD is
set to use 1.425v If you're having trouble getting it stable you need to
look at your CPU NB, HT, RAM and LLC settings. Voltage fluctuation under
load will kill stability and require unnecessarily higher voltages to
regain stability if these other settings are off.
SGT WADE: hello sir wondering what kind of board you need to get around 5ghz range. i
have the cpu, 1600 mhz ram 4x4gb sticks. and the kraken x60 cooler.
thestar111: I cant run Prime95 stable without the voltage. I had to lower the overclock
and voltage as temps were to high with the house heating on. I have the
motherboard set up to throttle the cpu speed and voltage if the temps reach
69c. I now run the cpu at 4896Mhz. The temps are now lower. Hmm FX-8350
runs hot, I would like to see Prime running at that CPU frequency on
another machine with a drop of 15c?
Alamist: Hello! Great video, I have a quick question. I'm using a M5A99FX Pro R2.0
(6 + 2 + 2 Phase) and Corsair H100i. Do you think I would be able to reach
this speed on my 8350? And keep it at such a ridiculously low temp?
SHUT THE FUCK UP SIT DOWN: full load 90C max? wow
thatbattlefield dude: Y'all can't possibly be getting stable overclocks with the voltages as low
as you are stating. Before you go saying you have really low voltages on a
high oc go do a stability test like the amd overdrive test for an hour or
so amd I Guarantee you will get a message of hardware failure cause voltage
is too low. My 6300 almost needs 1.5 to get to 4.6 gigahertz. Sooo I can
assure you the 8350 needs upwards of 1.5 on up.
ItzBanub: hmm where dat information come from? i just wondering my intel i7 normal
temp is like 71-74 lol
XxROCKSTARxX69: the most i went was 5.1Ghz @ 1.51 v and never tried to go farther
thestar111: The UD3 is the smallest version in the UD series but it still uses an 8+2
power phase design and is an excellent motherboard overall. The heat sinks
on the motherboards components are much smaller then the UD7 model so I
would imagine you should get close to 5GHz if done carefully?
thestar111: Make sure the board uses an 8+2 power phase design. I'm using a Gigabyte
Josh Rummell: Core temp is off by 15 degrees on the bulldozer chips. So those temp
readings aren't accurate
LynksysV: minimum 9C where the freak do you live,
ItzBanub: yeah should. Is not recomended but even the temps are high the cpu will run
propelly for years or so without having any kind of problem at 70-75
celsius fully loaded.
erickrayos: stable? for how long? should take a video of it after 8hrs of prime95.
Tyler Horsman: I've got the H80 and FX 8350. I've got stable overclock @ 4.6ghz 1.45v
TheQaked: i thought the h100 doesent support am3+
thestar111: I would not overclock as high as shown in the video using a 4+2 phase
design as it can't handle the voltage like an 8+2 design. It means there's
much more risk of total hardware failure.
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