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With a XFX 6990

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With a XFX 6990
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That's not even close to being a comparison. I could understand if the 2500K was at 4.5+ GHz or something, because benchmarks where both CPUs are maxed out makes sense to me over clock for clock comparisons. But 4.0 vs 4.8 when I know that 2500K could be pushed further easily and I know that 8150 is under some amazing cooling solution? Come on. It's not like you can hit 4.8GHz with the stock AMD cooler, just like you can't hit 4.8GHz with the stock Intel cooler.

In my opinion, a good way of benchmarking overclocked CPUs is to make sure the HSF is always the same- say a Hyper 212+ or something, nothing too extreme- and overclock both CPUs to wherever their maximums end up being and then benchmark. What's the point of comparing an i7 920, Phenom II 955, i5 2500K and FX-8150 all at 4.0GHz when we know the 2500K and FX-8150 can clock higher with the same cooling solution.
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Originally Posted by Ha-Nocri View Post

cool stuff man. when we'll be able to see 1st results?

I'm just finishing up the last of the benchmarks on the FX-8120. Then I need to wait until my lga1155 mounting kit arrives, should be sometime this week, for my Scythe Mugen 2 and I'll get to installing the 2500k. I'm still planning on how I want to post the results since it's going to be a pretty big post. Probably won't see any results posted till around this time next week so stay tuned.
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If you are still taking requests, I would love to see how the fx-8120 does with World Community Grid. A great test would be to select a project like Computing for Clean Water and run 8 tasks at a time on the fx-8120 and compare that to 4 tasks on the i5 2500k.

The important information is:

1. average task run-time
2. average awarded credit

* It would probably be best to average 16 tasks (two rounds of 8 tasks) to really see how well the processor works.

There are great deals on MB and the FX series so it would be an interesting BOINC cruncher if the stats are decent
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Ok thanks. I successfully ran the benchmark for distribute.net client but where can I find the results?

The results are printed "console"/command line window. It looks something like this:

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[Jan 30 01:43:00 UTC] Automatic processor type detection found
an AMD Athlon (Model 16) processor.
[Jan 30 01:43:00 UTC] OGR-NG: using core #3 (cj-asm-sse2-lzcnt).
[Jan 30 01:43:19 UTC] OGR-NG: Benchmark for core #3 (cj-asm-sse2-lzcnt)
0.00:00:16.13 [67,977,216 nodes/sec]
[Jan 30 01:43:19 UTC] RC5-72: using core #0 (SNJL 3-pipe).
[Jan 30 01:43:40 UTC] RC5-72: Benchmark for core #0 (SNJL 3-pipe)
0.00:00:18.20 [14,455,195 keys/sec]

Where 67,977,216 nodes/sec and 14,455,195 keys/sec are the results (in this case it is from my Athlon II @ 3.8GHz).

If you want to you can compare your result with the results found on this page:
http://distributed.net/speed/
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What's the point of comparing an i7 920, Phenom II 955, i5 2500K and FX-8150 all at 4.0GHz when we know the 2500K and FX-8150 can clock higher with the same cooling solution.
To find what's better at the same clock speed. Not to mention that overclocks can vary quite a lot. Your 2500k may be able to hit 5.2GHz whereas someone elses might max out at 4.6GHz.

And @polyzp
http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/windows-7-hotfix-bulldozer-performance,3119-3.html
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If you are still taking requests, I would love to see how the fx-8120 does with World Community Grid. A great test would be to select a project like Computing for Clean Water and run 8 tasks at a time on the fx-8120 and compare that to 4 tasks on the i5 2500k.
The important information is:
1. average task run-time
2. average awarded credit
* It would probably be best to average 16 tasks (two rounds of 8 tasks) to really see how well the processor works.
There are great deals on MB and the FX series so it would be an interesting BOINC cruncher if the stats are decent

I'll see what I can do.
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The results are printed "console"/command line window. It looks something like this:
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[Jan 30 01:43:00 UTC] Automatic processor type detection found
an AMD Athlon (Model 16) processor.
[Jan 30 01:43:00 UTC] OGR-NG: using core #3 (cj-asm-sse2-lzcnt).
[Jan 30 01:43:19 UTC] OGR-NG: Benchmark for core #3 (cj-asm-sse2-lzcnt)
0.00:00:16.13 [67,977,216 nodes/sec]
[Jan 30 01:43:19 UTC] RC5-72: using core #0 (SNJL 3-pipe).
[Jan 30 01:43:40 UTC] RC5-72: Benchmark for core #0 (SNJL 3-pipe)
0.00:00:18.20 [14,455,195 keys/sec]
Where 67,977,216 nodes/sec and 14,455,195 keys/sec are the results (in this case it is from my Athlon II @ 3.8GHz).
If you want to you can compare your result with the results found on this page:
http://distributed.net/speed/

Ok thanks.
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I thought so too at first but it's not giving me a BSOD, It just freezes. Usually when I'm unstable, I get a BSOD. I even tried reverting back to stock but it still froze. It just doesn't like y-cruncher at all.

If it freezes, usually RAM or IMC issue.
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If it freezes, usually RAM or IMC issue.

I don't think it's the ram because I ran the ram on memtest for each stick prior to this build and both sticks passed. The system runs fine with anything else I throw at it, just doesn't like y-cruncher for whatever reason.
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Hey thanks for working on the World Community Grid tests. I know they are much more time consuming and involved than the other benchmarks
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