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Don't forget about the other components integrated on to the CPU like the IMC, NB, HT, Other I/O (I believe all those are included on the die). That all accounts for extra heat as well.

They don't get included in the power consumption figures?? Why not?


(coulda sworn northbridge was still something that's on the mobo...)
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Don't forget about the other components integrated on to the CPU like the IMC, NB, HT, Other I/O (I believe all those are included on the die). That all accounts for extra heat as well.

They don't get included in the power consumption figures?? Why not?


(coulda sworn northbridge was still something that's on the mobo...)

I have no idea exactly how programs estimate wattage used by the CPU on the electrical side, but I can only assume they use a mix of vcore, current to the CPU cores, and maybe even actual CPU load. I'm not sure the CPU's actually have power monitors on the IMC and other components, possibly just voltage monitors.
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Don't forget about the other components integrated on to the CPU like the IMC, NB, HT, Other I/O (I believe all those are included on the die). That all accounts for extra heat as well.

They don't get included in the power consumption figures?? Why not?


(coulda sworn northbridge was still something that's on the mobo...)

I have no idea exactly how programs estimate wattage used by the CPU on the electrical side, but I can only assume they use a mix of vcore, current to the CPU cores, and maybe even actual CPU load. I'm not sure the CPU's actually have power monitors on the IMC and other components, possibly just voltage monitors.

They don't use programs, they either plug the computer into a Kill-a-watt, or they shove a multi-meter into the pins on the board, record volts and amps, and do some math.
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question, i cannot get my northbridge to oc any farther than 2200mhz. is that a bulldozer problem or a board problem? i have my 8350 coming wednesday so i was hoping that will fix it.


Don't bother with the northbridge or hypertransport on Bulldozer, they don't increase much without quite a bit of effort usually, and it's gains are basically nodda. Nothing like Thuban nb overclocking. You will however get much performance from core frequency and ram frequency on Bulldozer. biggrin.gif
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Don't forget about the other components integrated on to the CPU like the IMC, NB, HT, Other I/O (I believe all those are included on the die). That all accounts for extra heat as well.

They don't get included in the power consumption figures?? Why not?


(coulda sworn northbridge was still something that's on the mobo...)

I have no idea exactly how programs estimate wattage used by the CPU on the electrical side, but I can only assume they use a mix of vcore, current to the CPU cores, and maybe even actual CPU load. I'm not sure the CPU's actually have power monitors on the IMC and other components, possibly just voltage monitors.

They don't use programs, they either plug the computer into a Kill-a-watt, or they shove a multi-meter into the pins on the board, record volts and amps, and do some math.

Just read back now, the initial quote I responded had removed some of the content of the original post so I had no idea they were using just the EPS cable to measure. The word "estimate" does not work at all when they are directly measuring the CPU load only.
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Hey! Just curious. Have some 1 delidded the FX 4170 like they do with the Ivy Bridge CPUs?
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AMD still uses soldered lids, it is a bad idea.
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Hey! Just curious. Have some 1 delidded the FX 4170 like they do with the Ivy Bridge CPUs?

Intel used thermal paste and glue on Ivy Bridge chips, that's why we can de-lid them. Normally solder is used and so you shouldn't try. Anyway, how bad can your temps be that you'd even consider it?
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Intel used thermal paste and glue on Ivy Bridge chips, that's why we can de-lid them. Normally solder is used and so you shouldn't try. Anyway, how bad can your temps be that you'd even consider it?
I don`t have bad temps (normal 30 C+ and load is something 40-50 C) i just wondered is somebody done that and now i know it`s soldered biggrin.gif
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