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Hey Mikezachlowe2004, would you mind posting some Cinebench pics of you getting 8+ scores? I'm not sure if my setup is slowed by heat or or if it's my Gigabyte Board. But even when I set the same specs as you have posted, I'm usualy about 0.60 points lower than your score.
I have the 990fx UD3 with F5 Bios. I am running the FX-8150. (all power saving settings off) I realize you are running the 8120, so maybe it just has better overclock ramping.
It could be a heat issue as I am only running Air. (CoreTemp and Speedfan say 50 Celsius, but I imagine I am closer to 70 Celsius

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This one is from el gappo. Thought I post just so you can see others too.
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To clear up what Ive done, the stock VID of my fx4100 is 1.315v, I am doing really low voltage testing right now and getting pretty good results I think.
I have it at 1.12v @ 4ghz stable ..
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I have a feeling that GloFo's 32nm process is way too variable, thus chips get through that can run much lower volts. Almost like Llano and its derivatives.
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To clear up what Ive done, the stock VID of my fx4100 is 1.315v, I am doing really low voltage testing right now and getting pretty good results I think.
I have it at 1.12v @ 4ghz stable ..
Power consumption is 130watts from wall on full load linx.
Idles @ 60watts. NO power features in BIOS enabled.

This is pretty good results here.
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I have a feeling that GloFo's 32nm process is way too variable, thus chips get through that can run much lower volts. Almost like Llano and its derivatives.

Yes they do release chips that vary a whole lot in stock vid's. I have received 3 8120's since release and the first stock voltage was 1.325v, the second 1.25v and the third 1.285. The best chip out of these three was the first one with stock vid at 1.325. I have stable at GHz but with 1.25v stock vid I couldnt get stable at 4.5Ghz which goes to show that there is too much variation and that this needs to be dealt with and fixed. They should not be releasing chips that vary in stock vid this much. I agree with you that glofo needs to use more strict testing when it comes to these chips. I feel in the future this variation wont be as much but it should have never been in the first place. When it comes to microprocessor manufacturing these things cannot be taken lightly.
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Like my FX-8150 that has a stock VID of 1.2875 @ 3.6 GHz but needs 1.48 to get 4.66 GHz stable
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I agree with you that glofo needs to use more strict testing when it comes to these chips. I feel in the future this variation wont be as much but it should have never been in the first place. When it comes to microprocessor manufacturing these things cannot be taken lightly.

They cant afford to do that though, their balance sheets would look even more like garbage. Amd is only paying for working chips, thus GloFo is making every attempt to get as many chips to work.

Though if the process node stabilizes, we should find 4.4Ghz stock chips soon. It doesn't look like that will happen too quickly though.
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So, if going for power consumption effeciency my goal in gettin a CPU should be the lower vid ones correct? and just take up them till they hit their wall?
I also have this chips NB volts set to 1.1v...
I cant believe this chip isnt more tightly tuned, considering it can do 1.12v @ 4ghz stable...only eats 130watts from wall max(entire system), while it consumes over 165watts from wall, stock clocks, voltages and power features enabled.
Thats a HUGE difference!
Not to mention the VRM temp of the motherboard lowered from 75C to 60C ... w/ the voltage decrease and OC...!!!

Almost wish I could take this fx4100 home and test it w/ my gaming system to compare BF3 performance against my i3 550 @ 4ghz - 1.176v =/
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So, if going for power consumption effeciency my goal in gettin a CPU should be the lower vid ones correct? and just take up them till they hit their wall?

Not sure, high VID chips clock well and probably have high leakage (bad power usage).
Lower VID chips should be better, theoretically at least.
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Do you guys know if it is okay to post video of amd conversation legally? I contacted amd and asked them some questions and I tried to get as much information out of them regarding the bulldozer. Do you think it is legal to post this online? Thats mainly why I did it and I have it ready to go but I just want to make sure that it is not illegal to post recording of them if they didnt authorize it.

Is it legal to do this?


The questions that I asked:

Windows 7 patch?
Bulldozer revision?
optimizations?
Piledriver?
Performance?
Windows 8 scheduler?
Manufacturing problems?
7000 series radeon?

I know some of you guys would like to hear what they had to say but please varify that this is okay to do so I dont get some kind of lawsuit from amd.


Edit:

I found this site. I live in north carolina but amd is in california.

http://www.pimall.com/nais/n.tel.tape.law.html

let me know what you guys make of this.
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