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I'm assuming your talking to me.. and it'd be 1090T not 2500K lol.
3132MHz NB @ 1.375v
2088MHz HT
261 x 16.5 / 4306MHz
It's on water. I am getting a CHIV Extreme this week & I'm going to push it farther to see how high I can clock this chip. Currently, I can't clock it any higher because I'm VRM limited.

Nar was talking to mikezachlowe2004, His cinebench scores look a little low compared to mine but upping the NB and HT link make quite a nice performance increase since they seem to be bottlenecking the 8120.
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Nar was talking to mikezachlowe2004, His cinebench scores look a little low compared to mine but upping the NB and HT link make quite a nice performance increase since they seem to be bottlenecking the 8120.

My bad. For some reason I thought you were the OP. ... both start with an "M" lol.
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This sounds promising.
How is your H80 holding up for regulating temperatures?

Well I can say that it is doing a great job right now expecially with the high clocks. I have a custom setup which I have posted this link so you can take a look at. Right now outside temps are not that low but it works better than I ever thought it would. I used 4" dryer hose attached to the intake fan on the radiator at the back of the case and I have it running to outside. Last week the temps dropped down to about 40.0-45.0F ouside and my idle temps were at 16.0C and load temps were at 45.0C @ 4.7Ghz. That was with running prime for over an hour. Before I invented this little setup temps at that clock were 32C idle and really close to 60C on load. The colder it is outside the better it works. I was impressed the first time I set it up seeing that it dropped my temps almost 20C when the temps outside were below 45F. Obviously this really does no good in the summer but for the winter when temps are below freezing, this will drop temps dramatically. I know that some of you may think this is a stupid idea but if you lve in a cold climate it definitely worth the temp drop. Check it out on the the link. I am not exagerating about the temp drops either. At 4.7Ghz running prime it would not pass 45C but with average room temps it goes right around 60 sometimes higher. If you live in cold climate, I would definitely try this out and youll be impressed of the temp drop.

Also, I do not have the stock fans on the H80. I got 2x Protechnic Electric 3600RPM 225CFM 120mm fans that are like turbo engines. They turn the dryer hose into a hoover. Dont laugh. If you try this out with cold outside temps you will no longer think that it is a stupid idea.

Here is the link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IbqjZNlmMbw
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Originally Posted by majinsoftware View Post

Nar was talking to mikezachlowe2004, His cinebench scores look a little low compared to mine but upping the NB and HT link make quite a nice performance increase since they seem to be bottlenecking the 8120.

As for the NB and HT link frequency. These are the settings I have in the BIOS:

FSB: 205

Multi: 23.5

RAM: 1919Mhz (1866Mhz) 9-10-9-27

NB Freq: 2530 (I think)

HT Link: 2530 (I think)

CPU Voltage: 1.49

CPU/NB Voltage: 1.35

I am not sure exactly about the NB and HT speed. I will check when I get home. I am not at my system right now.

I will try to up them and see if I can get some better scores on cinebench.

I know with the higher clocks that Unigine Benchmark runs a whole lot smoother than at 4.6Ghz

Will keep you updated.


As for the 5.0Ghz on the 2500K, I dought it unless your using a rediculous cooler. It definitely cant be a air or liquid cooler.
At 5.0Ghz for the BD would definitely score at least 8.11.
And you dont have to pay or deal with extreme cooling systems. I am doing it with dinky H80. You probly have Refrigeration, LN, LO2, LH to reach 5.0Ghz with the 2500K
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Are we not seeing these ridiculous power draws when overclocking BullDozer? I haven't done anything to mine because of that.
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Are we not seeing these ridiculous power draws when overclocking BullDozer? I haven't done anything to mine because of that.

If you are an enthusiast and I am assuming you are because you bought the 8150 then who really care about power. I know I dont. Most people who buy high end computer dont care about the power. If you are spending hundreds of dollars on high end components for a computer then I am sure that you have the money to pay your power bill.

If I wanted something that wasn't going to use that much power, I would buy a smartphone or a small little netbook.

Just my opinion. What is the point of buying high end components that are built for performance if you're gonna worry about some extra dollars on your power bill.
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If you are an enthusiast and I am assuming you are because you bought the 8150 then who really care about power. I know I dont. Most people who buy high end computer dont care about the power. If you are spending hundreds of dollars on high end components for a computer then I am sure that you have the money to pay your power bill.
If I wanted something that wasn't going to use that much power, I would buy a smartphone or a small little netbook.
Just my opinion. What is the point of buying high end components that are built for performance if you're gonna worry about some extra dollars on your power bill.

And thanks for totally trashing me and avoiding my question completely.
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And thanks for totally trashing me and avoiding my question completely.

I wasn't trashing you. IMO I just dont see the point of buying high end components that are made for performance and overclocking if you are going to worry about power. It just doesn't make sense to me.

Anyway, to answer your questions with my BD running at 4.6GHz its uses about 175 Watts at idle and when at load its pulling about 500 Watts (Running Prime95). I know this because of my Zalman ZM-MFC3 power monitor that I know is accurate bc I had it tested.

I hope this answers your question and I apoligize if you took my last comment personally. I did not mean to be rude. I was just stating my opinion. There is nothing wrong with considering power consumption but if you are looking to build a performance system, you are not going to get that. You can always try to get better power consuming components when bying a system but the lower the power consumption the less performance your going to get.

They always try to keep power consumption into consideration when designing and thats because they dont want someone with a high end system to take out the power to the whole block because they were playing a game. You dont want to have to shut all the lights and power off in your house to play a game obviously. But when it comes down to it, high performance components are always going to consume more power than lower performance components.

Sorry again if I was rude. No hard feelings. Hope I could help
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At 5.0Ghz for the BD would definitely score at least 8.11.


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I found the 9920 beta bios on monday, had been debating updating (on 9913 currently.) This gives me some hope once I get off my lazy butt and start working on better overclocks..
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8.15 (FX-8120 @ 5.01GHz)

Well there you go... 2500K @ 5.0Ghz scores 8.11 on cinebench and FX-8120 @ 5.0Ghz scores 8.15. BD beats 2500K like its supposed to. The BD was to compete toe to toe with the 2500K and now you see it does. And its a little bit cheaper. On top of that the whole amd platform is cheaper. So in the long run its at least $100 or more cheaper than the 2500K.
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I found the 9920 beta bios on monday, had been debating updating (on 9913 currently.) This gives me some hope once I get off my lazy butt and start working on better overclocks..

Ill tell you what before I updated to the 9920 bios I had the 0903 bios from the asus global site. I was a little skeptical in updated a bios that wasn't on the manufacturers site but now that I have I am happy that I did. I dont really know what the difference is but it is a whole lot more stable and able to handle higher clocks. Definitely glad I did it and recommend it to anyone with BD.
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