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I noticed while I was playing battlefield 3 after 20-30 minutes I got a BSOD. My temps were 140F max. I have a feeling that the north bridge was too hott. My motherboard the crosshair IV extreme has been known to have hot temps on a few parts of the board. The best would be to keep it at 4.1ghz right now cause I have to get some better temp readings. Overall the new stable overclock I have is great I was getting 100-150fps on BF3 Ultra with no stutter or anything with my 2x 5970s. If AMD CPUs have a temp limit I might just need to get a better cooler maybe 2 danger dens WB for my 5970s and a Block for the 1100t. I might be saving more buying going that route as well because I was planning on getting a Z77 and the 3770k.
Paying 200$ for this processor was worth it. I am getting a 8,050 score on Passmark Performance test 7 . Cpubenchmark.net
The performance I am getting right now is extremely close to the factory clock 8150 bulldozer. biggrin.gifbiggrin.gifbiggrin.gifthumb.gif

Are you using this rig for gaming etc? Then, whats the point whit the extra 200MHz? Compared to the stress you must put the chip through.... I doubt you get mutch more fps by getting 200MHz more, i doubt that 2x5970 is bottlenecking an 1100t clocked at 4.1Ghz... But I am quite the noob so what do I know cheers.gif
post #12 of 27
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You know you have a good point there. I found out something depressing today and that is the max temp for the 1100t is 62c!!!! ???*(#$*@$*)@#$?

My intel i7-720qm can operate at 180 DEGREES . I am going to try and see if I can lower the clock down substantially. You might be right about the bottleneck cause I had the vsync on the entire time ..
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You know you have a good point there. I found out something depressing today and that is the max temp for the 1100t is 62c!!!! ???*(#$*@$*)@#$?
My intel i7-720qm can operate at 180 DEGREES . I am going to try and see if I can lower the clock down substantially. You might be right about the bottleneck cause I had the vsync on the entire time ..

YES! The max temp on 1100 is 62! Though you could run it at 70 for years if I have understood it right. But higher temp means more instability, so when oc you should realy try to stay below 50 celcius. If you manage under 40 you could turn up the MHz VERY mutch, but then you need subsero cooling etc.

But as I sayed, 4.1 and 4.3, it is no diffrence! Perhaps if you had 3x 7000series or something, but then the 200MHz will give you little gain. Then you need a more powerfull cpu. So, my conclusion, if you mainly are gaming on this, find out what 2 cores that is "the badest", disable them, and then you should be able to reatch higher. But this is only helping number crunshing, benchamrking etc, NOT gaming.

Corect me if im wrong, im starting learning computer under 1 year ago so my fact may be wrong.

Go down to 4Ghz and perhaps you could reduze the voltage. And at 4Ghz, you should have your cpu nb at 2.9Ghz if i dont remeber wrong. put it at 3Ghz and it actually works slower.

Or try 4 cores and try to get near 5GHz. Who know, perhaps 4 of your best core can reatch 4.5-4-8GHz, and that will give you better gaming performance than 6 on 4.3Ghz i belive.
Edited by ruarcs30 - 4/12/12 at 11:22am
post #14 of 27
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The architecture in the AMD 1100t is not strong core for core. As for the intel it is incredibly strong core for core. I thought I was going to settle
with this processor this morning after spending the entire night running test runs and thinking this was working out until I found out you can lose stability
at around 50c-60c on this cpu. I am definately without a doubt buying the 3770k and the Z77. I'm tired of being limited with AMD hardware.
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The architecture in the AMD 1100t is not strong core for core. As for the intel it is incredibly strong core for core. I thought I was going to settle
with this processor this morning after spending the entire night running test runs and thinking this was working out until I found out you can lose stability
at around 50c-60c on this cpu. I am definately without a doubt buying the 3770k and the Z77. I'm tired of being limited with AMD hardware.

Sorry it didn't work out for you.  thumb.gif
 

 

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The architecture in the AMD 1100t is not strong core for core. As for the intel it is incredibly strong core for core. I thought I was going to settle
with this processor this morning after spending the entire night running test runs and thinking this was working out until I found out you can lose stability
at around 50c-60c on this cpu. I am definately without a doubt buying the 3770k and the Z77. I'm tired of being limited with AMD hardware.

i think the 3770 is a worthy upgrade to your chip. not sure how reliable is cinebench in assessing the cpu but i just saw the 3570 @ 4.5GHz scored a 7.47. i get that at 4.2GHz.
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I like looking at CPUBENCHMARK.NET they have good benchmarks . I know Cinebench is good too .
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I like looking at CPUBENCHMARK.NET they have good benchmarks . I know Cinebench is good too .

i'll check that out. anyways, another option for you, to stay in the same price range of ivy, is the i7 2600K or 2700K. it performs better the ivy in my opinion. other than that, x79 platforms but way more expensive. wait till ivy is released and it might lower the prices of SBs.
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i'll check that out. anyways, another option for you, to stay in the same price range of ivy, is the i7 2600K or 2700K. it performs better the ivy in my opinion. other than that, x79 platforms but way more expensive. wait till ivy is released and it might lower the prices of SBs.

How can it perform better than Ivy? Ivy is going to be the next step of those CPUs. All benchmarks so far suggest that Ivy is the same as if not better than the 2600K/2700K. You have to remember a lot of the benchmarks are for the 3570K which is replacing the 2500K and should be treated as such. The 3770K will be replacing the 2700K/2600K as they have HT.

OP, if you want more performance, then by all means go Ivy or Sandy, but don't expect a huge difference! You will notice higher benchmarks but you won't see much of a change in games, I know, I just made a similar change recently myself. Also, it's worth remembering that although the thermal limit of AMD's are lower than that of Intels, Intels will run much hotter at the same clocks because of the design of the chips and it's completely incorrect to say that because an Intel can run at 80c but AMD can only go to 60c safely, that Intel will clock more. The relation is not causal.
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post #20 of 27
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I was thinking of getting the 2600k. They say that the Ivy will be 10%-20% faster which in my opinion isn't much. I thought it would be nice to have something that uses less energy. Going from 125 watt to 90 watt (2600k) wouldn't be so bad. Looks like it settled 2600k it is! Thank you all for your opinions and helping me come to this conclusion I appreciate it .
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