Didnt want to get off topic in the memory thread, at 5060mhz still a dog. I dont want to sound negative but facts are facts, i feel good knowing that I tried my best and thats what it is lol I benched at 4400, 4600, 4800, 5000 (just using round numbers) and it scales exacally the same, each 200mhz the benchmarks get slightly faster in the same increments. Assuming it continues to scale that way It would take 5700mhz+++ to get it to MATCH my 1100 at 4244mhz. Max stable I could really keep it at was 4860mhz but the voltage needed put it right at 60c which was just under the 61max, and that was only within 5mins on prime. So it may not be stable in the long run. This thing just needs a lot more cooling than your average overclocker, and I thought I had what it needed but nope.
Bulldozer shouldnt have been marketed for gaming like they did, it should have been sold to the productivity crowd, and who knows overall the thuban cpu's probably still more wise choice.
At the end of the day I dont totally regret getting it, it was fun overclocking something so new but it left a "whatever" feeling after it was all said and done. Im currently using it a bit before I decide to sell it. Set on 4736mhz
At least somebody will buy that beast from ya when you decide to go back to another 1100 or lower