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No no no no no. NEVER set the CPU/NB to the same voltage as your CPU V. Stock speed for the CPU/NB on FX is 2000MHz at 1.175V. I run mine at 2200MHz at 1.2V and I run my CPU speed at 4.6GHz with a CPU V setting of 1.3625V with LLC disabled which gives me a load voltage of 1.41-1.42V

why not?

Mine will run my ram at 2400mhz with 300 htt link and 2700nb but only with cpu-nb at 1.35v.
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So, what would be system consumption ( GPU not loaded ) in P95 or other stress test if i put my CPU @ 4.5Ghz on 1.4V ?? Im looking estimated power consumption for reference point !!
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Quote: Originally Posted by Bubba Hotepp

No no no no no. NEVER set the CPU/NB to the same voltage as your CPU V. Stock speed for the CPU/NB on FX is 2000MHz at 1.175V. I run mine at 2200MHz at 1.2V and I run my CPU speed at 4.6GHz with a CPU V setting of 1.3625V with LLC disabled which gives me a load voltage of 1.41-1.42V

why not?

i find my stock voltage at 2200mhz is 1.225v in bios,my guess from bubbas 1.175v at 2000mhz makes it 1.275 for 2400mhz.
.05v incresses.
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So, what would be system consumption ( GPU not loaded ) in P95 or other stress test if i put my CPU @ 4.5Ghz on 1.4V ?? Im looking estimated power consumption for reference point !!
400w-450w
http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/cpus/2011/10/12/amd-fx-8150-review/10
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So, what would be system consumption ( GPU not loaded ) in P95 or other stress test if i put my CPU @ 4.5Ghz on 1.4V ?? Im looking estimated power consumption for reference point !!
i was reading about psu's yesterday
if its only 80% certified,it might only give 80% of your wattage that say it gives.
i dont know how they set up the psu calaculator,is that factored in or not?
lucky i got a 1000 watt psu,it might only give 880 watts.
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The effieciency rating of the PSU is not how much power it puts out, but how much power it draws from the wall.


Example, a 100% efficient PSU (dosnt exist) thats rated for 1000w, will pull 1000w when fully loaded.
If for example it is only 80% efficient, a 1000w PSU under full load will pull 1200w at the wall.
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you are doing it wrong 80 efficense means that if you have 1000w psu you can use that 24/7 at 800w and another 200w goes away from heat
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