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AMD FX-8320 Overclock in Asus 970 Pro Gaming Aura w/ H100i

Hi, first of all, sorry about my bad english.
I want to oc my FX-8320. I have read a lot of articles and look videos from youtube but i cant get stability in my pc.

OCCT TEST: http://prntscr.com/fam9pr
OHM: http://prntscr.com/fam9ta
CoreTemp and CPUZ: http://prntscr.com/fam9vh
AMD Overdrive: http://prntscr.com/fama0n

Those reading are right? Its possible that my Motherboard Temperature cross the line of 80°C?
Is really bad i think

But the CPU temperature stay in 68°C in MAX load.

I run OCCT only for 10 minutes with a 1 minute of inactivity in the start and in the end.

Can someone help me to achieve some OC and stability to my system?
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  1. I have my 8320 @ 4.7, Volts @ 1.48 running stable max temp 52c with an evo 212 cooler.

    how is your airflow?? and are you on stock cooler? i dont think youll get anywhere near my overclock with temps that high.
    not to be that person but i would really insist you upgrade to something like the 1600x or 1700x since you have a 1080.
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  2. Dan28453 said:
    I have my 8320 @ 4.7, Volts @ 1.48 running stable max temp 52c with an evo 212 cooler.

    how is your airflow?? and are you on stock cooler? i dont think youll get anywhere near my overclock with temps that high.
    not to be that person but i would really insist you upgrade to something like the 1600x or 1700x since you have a 1080.


    I have an Corsair H100i watercooling thats why im asking. I dont know why i have that degrees!
    My case is Thermaltake Chaser A31 Snow, and now i take off the left side cover because temperatures.
    In my ambient its cold so no more than 15°c.

    Its clean and i apply a thermal grase paste correctly.

    Maybe some problems with the connection in the h100i and the cpu? I read in some page that one dude have a 0.02 mm of space between the cooler and the cpu...
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  3. SpawnrLeiva said:
    Dan28453 said:
    I have my 8320 @ 4.7, Volts @ 1.48 running stable max temp 52c with an evo 212 cooler.

    how is your airflow?? and are you on stock cooler? i dont think youll get anywhere near my overclock with temps that high.
    not to be that person but i would really insist you upgrade to something like the 1600x or 1700x since you have a 1080.


    I have an Corsair H100i watercooling thats why im asking. I dont know why i have that degrees!
    My case is Thermaltake Chaser A31 Snow, and now i take off the left side cover because temperatures.
    In my ambient its cold so no more than 15°c.

    Its clean and i apply a thermal grase paste correctly.

    Maybe some problems with the connection in the h100i and the cpu? I read in some page that one dude have a 0.02 mm of space between the cooler and the cpu...


    what thermal paste?? low quality ones can effect the dissipation. also i hear that the h100i fails at some scenarios, and also the 0.02mm gap is the problem.
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  4. Dan28453 said:
    SpawnrLeiva said:
    Dan28453 said:
    I have my 8320 @ 4.7, Volts @ 1.48 running stable max temp 52c with an evo 212 cooler.

    how is your airflow?? and are you on stock cooler? i dont think youll get anywhere near my overclock with temps that high.
    not to be that person but i would really insist you upgrade to something like the 1600x or 1700x since you have a 1080.


    I have an Corsair H100i watercooling thats why im asking. I dont know why i have that degrees!
    My case is Thermaltake Chaser A31 Snow, and now i take off the left side cover because temperatures.
    In my ambient its cold so no more than 15°c.

    Its clean and i apply a thermal grase paste correctly.

    Maybe some problems with the connection in the h100i and the cpu? I read in some page that one dude have a 0.02 mm of space between the cooler and the cpu...


    what thermal paste?? low quality ones can effect the dissipation. also i hear that the h100i fails at some scenarios, and also the 0.02mm gap is the problem.


    Do you know who can i check if i have the 0.02mm problem?
    And this is the thermal paste http://www.kiwi-digital.com.ar/554-1255-thickbox/grasa-gpm-5-particulas-metalicas-disipadora-delta.jpg
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    unfortunetly i do not know how you can check if you have that 0.02 problem, though i am sure by some simple research you could find the answer.
    i would recommend a higher quality thermal greas like this; https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=9SIA4YU4GP8295&cm_re=thermal_grizzly_kryonaut-_-9SIA4YU4GP8295-_-Product
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