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who cares about power consumption...
buy a bigger psu
    
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post #72 of 98
Quote:
Originally Posted by zchen View Post
~Snipped this big 'ol image~

Hardocp's test on power consumption.....
Bahhaha, a OC'ed 2500k at load uses less power than a stock 8150 at idle!


Quote:
Originally Posted by XtremeCuztoms View Post
who cares about power consumption...
buy a bigger psu
Guessing your mom pays the power bill?


Quote:
Originally Posted by Rustynails View Post
no it does not clock just as good as BD he just oc 4.5 at under 1.3v show me more than 1000 sb chips that can do that.. show me a sb chip that goes over 5.3 with 1.5v plz show me...
What you fail to realize is that SB does not need that high of an OC, in order to smoke a overclocked BD.
Edited by NateN34 - 10/12/11 at 9:23pm
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post #73 of 98
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Originally Posted by XtremeCuztoms View Post
who cares about power consumption...
buy a bigger psu
You don't think it's ridiculous that a heavily overclocked 2600K uses less power than an FX-8150 at stock?
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post #74 of 98
haters gonna hate fanboys gonna fanboy

who else is sick of the BD threads? for some reason the apologists threads are more annoying than the hater threads lol
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post #75 of 98
this review tells a different story then the other ones ive read.. this is the only review i could find (granted i skimmed google) that used the asrock board...

http://www.hardwareheaven.com/review...-extreme4.html

pretty much every review i read was with the asus board.. seams strange i guess...
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post #76 of 98
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Originally Posted by Vagrant Storm View Post
What? I don't think the X6 or the older i7's draw anywhere near that much. My OCed 860 and crossfired 5850s only drew like 425watts when all were at full load. I haven't plugged in my kilowatt since I got my 580 though.

I think they are working the GPUs in that test as well

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I'm not sure where they are getting those power consumption numbers for the 1100T. For comparison purposes, my sig rig draws 398W with the CPU under full load and GPUs at idle (ie. folding 24/7). That is with lots of fans and gadgets, 2 GPUs (the least efficient GTX 480s), sound card, 3 drives, etc.

HardOCP's explanations on power consumption testing

"Power Consumption

All power readings were taken at the wall with a Kill-A-Watt device. Very simple to do. Power used by your system is going to be greatly determined by the efficiency of your power supply. Let's say you are pulling 500 watts at the wall and your system uses an aging PSU that is giving you 80% efficiency, that is only 400 watts being used by your computer system, the other 100 watts is being utilized and for the most part wasted by your PSU doing the AC/DC conversion. Newer PSUs can pull up to and over 90% efficiency ratings.

Our system consists of two Corsair F120 SSD, a Corsair H100 CPU Water Cooler, Corsair RAM, and a Thermaltake 1200W Toughpower PSU. One additional 120MM fan is also plugged in. All controllers on our motherboards are turned off that are not needed for the testing. This data is taken across three different motherboards, so your mileage may vary and it is hard to considering this testing 100% objective, but this is the only way we have to do it with our resources.

Idle wattage consumption below is shown with the system at rest at the desktop. Power saving features are turned on inside the motherboard BIOS."
and
"Loaded wattages are using Prime95 Small FFTs; these do NOT stress the RAM and therefore the memory controllers. So these loaded wattages look very much at "CPU Power," even though we have to consider the memory controller is now on-die. You can surely load up these systems further, but we thought this might give us a more granular view of "CPU" power."
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post #77 of 98
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You can overclock a turd but it's still a turd.
PLEASE, explain how to do this.
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AMD says that they was going for mult threading apps not core vs. core.
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These thread make me soo happy. I was sooo right all along!
Anyways these BD O.C ok. You gota remember 8 cores, so when Windows 8 comes out, you can see alot more performance...
Its ok AMD fan boys I feel for you...
post #80 of 98
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Asus said only 10 percent of their binned 2500k/2600k chips could reach 4.8/5.0 GHz stable.
Seems like OCN got most of those then.
    
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