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i was wondering about what clock speed an 8120 needs to match the GFLOPS of a 955BE at 4GHz....anyone have test results?
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AMD FX Processor Model Number and Feature Comparison

 

AMD FX Processors

Model Number Frequency Total L2 Cache L3 Cache Packaging Thermal Design Power CMOS Technology
FX 8150 3.6/4.2 GHz 8MB 8MB socket AM3+ 125W 32nm SOI
FX 8120 3.1/4.0 GHz 8MB 8MB socket AM3+ 125W 32nm SOI

FX 8100

3.1/3.7 GHz 8MB 8MB socket AM3+ 95W 32nm SOI
FX 6200 3.8/4.1 GHz 6MB 8MB socket AM3+ 125W 32nm SOI
FX 6100 3.3/3.9 GHz 6MB 8MB socket AM3+ 95W 32nm SOI
FX 4170 4.2/4.3 Ghz 4MB 8MB socket AM3+ 125W 32nm SOI
FX 4100 3.6/3.8 Ghz 4MB 8MB socket AM3+ 95W 32nm SOI

 

AMD64 Technology

Yes
Simultaneous 32- & 64-bit computing Yes
L1 Cache (Instruction + Data) per core 128KB (64KB + 64KB)
L2 Cache (1MB per core) 8MB or 6MB or 4MB
L3 Cache 8MB (shared L3)

HyperTransport™ Technology

HyperTransport™ Technology up to 4000MT/s full duplex, or up to 16.0GB/s I/O Bandwidth
Integrated DDR3 Memory Controller Yes

Memory Controller Width

128-bit
Type of Memory Supported Up to DDR3 18661
Memory Bandwidth Up to 21 GB/s dual channel memory bandwidth
Total Processor-to-system Bandwidth (HyperTransport plus memory bandwidth) Up to 37 GB/s
Process Technology 32 nanometer, SOI (silicon-on-insulator) Technology
Packaging AM3+
Thermal Design Power 125W, & 95W
Manufacturing Sites GLOBALFOUNDRIES Dresden, Germany

 

 
CH6H BIOS 1501
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
FX-8150 @ 4389 MHz Crosshair V Formula 2 @ XFX-695X-ZDDC Crossfire G.skill F3-16000CL7D-4GBFLS 
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Are the 6200 & 4170 unlocked?
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So, I finally installed that Zalman CNPS9000 on my 8120.

I'm already back to my stock, Bulldozer HSF.

Issue #1: The ASUS Sabertooth requires the CPU fan to be 4 pin. Can you run a 3 pin? Of course. However, you will never have control over fan speed or get information, even about RPMs.

Issue#2: This motherboard ended up facing my CNPS a different direction. On my last board (M2N-SLI Deluxe), it was in line with the air flow of the rear exhaust, now it was off set and blowing air up to the 200mm ceiling fan. I guess it's alright as heat rises and they were both blowing the same direction but the HSF fan was not well aligned, more, off to the side. That, and the facing "down" towards the video card caused it to sort of hide the green LED from shining outside of the case.

Issue#3: Did I mention fan RPMs? Cause this thing was running Wide Open Throttle only. I thought my PC was about to lift of the desk.

What's more is after all of that, I only see temps within a four degree range of the stock HSF. And that's about 2-3 below what stock was giving me and about 1-2 above. This is just idling, or say, light intarwebs usage (as right now, sitting at 25*C)

I did choose the Zalman TIM to install it with. Besides being possibly formulated to work best with the surfaces they prep on their HSFs or something, I figured, it was already open and the AS5 is still in the plastic.

Good game, AMD. You made a stock HSF finally worth using (ish).

Oh yeah. These comparisons from Zalman to stock are with a 92mm (I think) built in fan running constantly at 25-2600 RPMs versus a stock unit that has a much smaller fan, running on Q-Fan in silent mode. This isn't to say that the CNPS9000 or ZM-STG1 suck, just that it might have performed better say if I were playing Crysis or doing something else intensive than if you compare the lower end of light daily usage across both HSFs.

After this I'm going to experiment with the fans. First up, seeing if I can gain OS control (in overdrive, or, etc..) of fans once Q-Fan is disabled in the bios.
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So, I finally installed that Zalman CNPS9000 on my 8120.
I'm already back to my stock, Bulldozer HSF.
Issue #1: The ASUS Sabertooth requires the CPU fan to be 4 pin. Can you run a 3 pin? Of course. However, you will never have control over fan speed or get information, even about RPMs.
Issue#2: This motherboard ended up facing my CNPS a different direction. On my last board (M2N-SLI Deluxe), it was in line with the air flow of the rear exhaust, now it was off set and blowing air up to the 200mm ceiling fan. I guess it's alright as heat rises and they were both blowing the same direction but the HSF fan was not well aligned, more, off to the side. That, and the facing "down" towards the video card caused it to sort of hide the green LED from shining outside of the case.
Issue#3: Did I mention fan RPMs? Cause this thing was running Wide Open Throttle only. I thought my PC was about to lift of the desk.
What's more is after all of that, I only see temps within a four degree range of the stock HSF. And that's about 2-3 below what stock was giving me and about 1-2 above. This is just idling, or say, light intarwebs usage (as right now, sitting at 25*C)
I did choose the Zalman TIM to install it with. Besides being possibly formulated to work best with the surfaces they prep on their HSFs or something, I figured, it was already open and the AS5 is still in the plastic.
Good game, AMD. You made a stock HSF finally worth using (ish).
Oh yeah. These comparisons from Zalman to stock are with a 92mm (I think) built in fan running constantly at 25-2600 RPMs versus a stock unit that has a much smaller fan, running on Q-Fan in silent mode. This isn't to say that the CNPS9000 or ZM-STG1 suck, just that it might have performed better say if I were playing Crysis or doing something else intensive than if you compare the lower end of light daily usage across both HSFs.
After this I'm going to experiment with the fans. First up, seeing if I can gain OS control (in overdrive, or, etc..) of fans once Q-Fan is disabled in the bios.

you can probably control the speed with speedfan. a 3pin fan should show its rpm. the 4th pin is pwm.
you should try reapplying thermal paste, maybe use as5 if that's what you're used to
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hmm thats rather odd all 4 of my dimms are running 2133 hmmmm
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http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2288656
I don't run my cpu higher then 3.6 for some odd reason my corsair h60 will have cooling issues in the high over clocks
theres my validation btw

Hiya Mate,

i'm curious as to what issues you are experiencing ?

I'm running an FX-4100 with the Corsair H60 at 4.6ghz, and it runs at about 42-45 degrees... pre-installing that cooling unit I was running at 60 degrees at times, with a smaller 4.2gig OC.

...just worried that i might get these issues.
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i was wondering about what clock speed an 8120 or 8150 needs to match the GFLOPS of a 955BE at 4GHz....anyone have test results?
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