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The IPC is much better on the 8350 when oveclocked
     
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Originally Posted by Pedroc1999 View Post

The IPC is much better on the 8350 when oveclocked

7% give or take, ya. Means a 5Ghz 8350 is worth a 5.35Ghz 8150.

Plus power savings, multi-GPU solution improvements, yet more instruction sets, etc.
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7% give or take, ya. Means a 5Ghz 8350 is worth a 5.35Ghz 8150.

Plus power savings, multi-GPU solution improvements, yet more instruction sets, etc.

There is no comparison really, piledriver is what bulldozer should have been in many instances. These are facts.

L2 cache latency is back within range of Intel’s CPUs rather than literally half as fast. Multi-core scaling has improved. Power consumption is down, which allowed clock speeds to rise. This, in turn, allows Vishera to cleanly pull away from Thuban.

My fx8320@5ghz absolutely destroys my fx8120@4.7 in gaming on my multi gpu set up. That is based on my experience with the 2 not myth

Edit - don1t want to sound as dozer bashing though, i loved my 8120 and even though bottlecking my 2 x gpu in the games i played was still capable of pushing minimum frames through my gpu`s above my monitor refresh rate therefore rendering my bottleneck liveable.
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7% give or take is a big improvment over 'Under average' Dont flame im just stating it
     
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7% give or take is a big improvment over 'Under average' Dont flame im just stating it

What I was trying to say about x cpu vs the 8350 is at the same clock speed....

If 2 different 8 core PD cpus run at the same 4ghz or oced to 4.8ghz i expect them to have the same performance. If a PD vs BD both 8 core run at same freq I guess 7% is pretty close... Closer then what some comments make it out to be.... From what I gather, PD does use less power at the same freq and with better ipc is faster at same clock. And because of power saving can allow higher oc at lower temp
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How are you guys getting so much out of your chips? I have a 8150 with a store-bought liquid cooler. There is no way she could take 5 ghz. My motherboard is an issue (GA-970-D3), and the cheesy copper heat sinks I have on my mosfets do sufficiently remedy a hot board.

That said, 5ghz is a crazy overclock. I am thinking about crossfiring my 6870, but I wonder if a new motherboard would be a better upgrade. I hate dealing with bios, but if I could get my 8150 above 4.6, that would do a lot for me. I a ma big Starcraft fan and Crysis two gets my little 120mm radiotor hot. Eventually I will go custom liquid loop, but would a 990fx board wonders for me?
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How are you guys getting so much out of your chips? I have a 8150 with a store-bought liquid cooler. There is no way she could take 5 ghz. My motherboard is an issue (GA-970-D3), and the cheesy copper heat sinks I have on my mosfets do sufficiently remedy a hot board.

That said, 5ghz is a crazy overclock. I am thinking about crossfiring my 6870, but I wonder if a new motherboard would be a better upgrade. I hate dealing with bios, but if I could get my 8150 above 4.6, that would do a lot for me. I a ma big Starcraft fan and Crysis two gets my little 120mm radiotor hot. Eventually I will go custom liquid loop, but would a 990fx board wonders for me?

Yes and if you want the higher clocks i think the cheapest of the bunch that will handle the clocks, here in uk anyway is the gigabyte ud3 due to the vrm power phase.
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I could upgrade to the 8320/8350, but like i said before its a gamble. My 8120 does 4.945ghz. To get a positive result I would need the 8320/8350 to clock to at least 4.7ghz. Which there is no promises with overclocking. So why spend the $$ when it could be a side grade, or maybe a small upgrade. I have compared results to my friends 8350 in my computer @ 5ghz. The results don't exactly blow me away.

Farcry3. BF3, Dota 2, Hitman Absolution, Sleeping Dogs, Skyrim. I could have the 8350/8320 i just choose to wait, for Steam Roller. Why bother with Piledriver if i am just going to want to swap out my Piledriver for a steam roller when it comes out. Might as well wait. My games play smooth and don't see any bottle necks currently.
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I could upgrade to the 8320/8350, but like i said before its a gamble. My 8120 does 4.945ghz. To get a positive result I would need the 8320/8350 to clock to at least 4.7ghz. Which there is no promises with overclocking. So why spend the $$ when it could be a side grade, or maybe a small upgrade. I have compared results to my friends 8350 in my computer @ 5ghz. The results don't exactly blow me away.

Farcry3. BF3, Dota 2, Hitman Absolution, Sleeping Dogs, Skyrim. I could have the 8350/8320 i just choose to wait, for Steam Roller. Why bother with Piledriver if i am just going to want to swap out my Piledriver for a steam roller when it comes out. Might as well wait. My games play smooth and don't see any bottle necks currently.

I feel the same granted I have a 8150 instead of 8120, but everything is running smoothly at the moment w/o overclocking so I'll just wait for Steamroller as well.
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Post above is exactly what I am talking about and the CPU would only bottleneck two gpus with low settings. And why would I play low settings on a CrossfireX setup? So my CPU is well good enough unless I need to play with 200 fps...
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