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Are the 95W 8120's available?
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can anyone help me with illegal sumout error ??? i have a thread here

http://www.overclock.net/t/1209662/fx-8120-illegal-sumout-error-help#post_16364651


thankyou for help in advance biggrin.gif:D:D
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I'm finally getting around to installing the latest HOTFIX from Microsoft. I requested the hotfix, they sent me the download link, I downloaded and attempted to install but I got a message saying this update is not applicable to your computer. I have all the latest updates so not sure what the snag is.
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Originally Posted by Boomstick68 View Post

I'm finally getting around to installing the latest HOTFIX from Microsoft. I requested the hotfix, they sent me the download link, I downloaded and attempted to install but I got a message saying this update is not applicable to your computer. I have all the latest updates so not sure what the snag is.

First of you need SP1 installed. Then follow the link to the 2 files needed to update.

http://www.hardwarecanucks.com/news/cpu/microsoft-tries-again-second-win-7-bulldozer-hotfix-now-available/
post #3455 of 8112
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Originally Posted by mav2000 View Post

Are the 95W 8120's available?

I haven't seen these listed anywhere yet.
post #3456 of 8112
Not bad at all

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Someone is considering getting a bulldozer for his ASUS M4A89TD-Pro. The BIOS update for is Beta so naturally he's concerned. Can someone let me know if it works fine so I can ease his worries?
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First of you need SP1 installed. Then follow the link to the 2 files needed to update.

In case anyone is interested, conversation I had with a friend at MS on IRC a few days ago in regards to any real patches that will fix this issue at this point:


Justification: Even though there is potentially significant business impact to AMD for not having these changes, it is not possible for the kernel team to engage without putting Windows 8 features in jeopardy. Hence a Reject.
This lead to what we call a CDCR or critical design change request
that got accepted
as of now its set to be released in win7 sp2
so a lot of the delay is that AMD doesnt have machines capable in our datacenter that they have space in
so they are doing the testing and sending the results of some apps we wrote to test the functionality back to us
they should have had machines in the datacenter, they should have filed it correctly, and when this was accepted... should have rushed machines capable into our datacenter
not sure why they didnt, maybe they didnt think it was that big of a concern to throw resources at?
AMD is asking that the Windows 7 and future Windows OSs support "spreading" or "packing" threads based on the setting described below in Windows System Center / Windows Mobility Center. Specifically "spreading" should be enabled for all Windows System Center settings. This is preventing the product from being price and positioned appropirately verses Intel. It is also limiting Microsoft's
opportunity for premium OSs sales such as Windows 7 Professional and Ultimate until Windows.Next is available with adequate support for AMD Bulldozer archticture processors. Enabling these settings as described will place AMD and Intel the same or similar performance footing for Windows 7.
no indication why they didnt send hardware like most vendors do
usually its an overnighted thing

He's actually on the Windows Mobile team, but I had just picked up a Bulldozer setup and was talking to him about it.
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Got my 8150 running 24/7 stable at 4.9. http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2231162

I've messed around in the 5.0+ a little, but could never keep it either cool enough or stable enough for my liking 24/7. I've also played around with running my memory at 2000+ but have found 1866 works a little better to keep the NB and memory voltages down. I will tell you though it's a power PIG. At this speed all 8 threads and 2 5770's X-fired and it pulls 730 watts at the power plug. The nice thing is with the C6 and C1E enabled at idle it's only pulling 138 watts. Normal gaming conditions BF3, Rift it's 430-520 watts. I'm using a H20-220 Ulitma XT water cooling system.

My CineBench 11.5 score at these settings is 8.09
Edited by almstsobur - 2/3/12 at 7:41pm
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Something I forgot to mention that might be helpful to someone. I did "mirror finish" Lap this CPU, as I do with every CPU I own. However I was not initially impressed with the thermal results. I was using arctic cooling mx-4 compound. I decided to take the water block back off and check my mount and thermal compound application, everything looked good ... I then decided to try Arctic Silver 5 instead since I had a tube sitting around, same application method and the results were significant. The AS5 was MUCH better. The only thing I can venture to say is that maybe the MX-4 just isn't designed to work copper on copper or between to 2 very mirrored finishes. Take it with a grain of salt, it was by no means a scientific test, however the results were significant in my situation.

Full load 1Hr Prime temps pre-Lap 54C
Full load 1Hr Prime temps Post-Lap MX-4 52-53C
Full Load 1Hr Prime temps post lap & AS5 49C

Your mileage may vary, I doubt my ambients were exactly the same, but my heater is set at 68, so they should be close. I should also mention though my water block was already very close to a mirror finish, I did give it a once over with 2000 grit to clear it up a bit more when I lapped the CPU.
Edited by almstsobur - 2/3/12 at 8:37pm
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