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No hard feelings dude , but Bubba restrain from calling a member an "idiot" it's not right.

There are computer geeks, closet computer geeks *raising hand to self identify* and techies who appreciate varioius hardware for it's capabilities such as the 2500K and the FX chips. Then there are the Fanboys who spew and regurgitate whatever info they can get their hands on that proves their point (spintel fanboys typically point to reviews which heavily favor the latest intel chip with programs that have already been identified as cheating like Vantage and Sysmark). And that just irritates the crap out of me. One of the main reasons I started this thread is because a guy was asking for advice on a $500 build and those of us who listed builds using AMD chips as possibilities for him were quickly pounced upon. Before that I had even listed several intel options but that didn't matter, because as usual how dare I even talk about an AMD build in their presence. It's a complete disservice to anyone who wants to find options for a budget or medium build (yes yes Longrod we already know Intel rules on the top right now tongue.gif). People should have access to unbiased information. In the case of this thread it's unbiased because it's actual hard data whether good or bad. If someone where to point out that one of the benches we're using is favoring one company over the other through code optimization then I think everyone here would agree to pull the results and find another program to use. *stepping down off soapbox* grouphug.gif
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Do you guys want me to post the max OC results for you to peruse? It won't matter either way. I won't be sticking them in the charts till we progress past round 1.
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SiSoftware Sandra

Processor Arithmetic

Benchmark Results
Aggregate Arithmetic Performance : 86.46GOPS
Dhrystone iSSE4.2 : 106.57GIPS
Whetstone iSSE3 : 70.15GFLOPS

Performance vs. Speed
Aggregate Arithmetic Performance : 21.55MOPS/MHz
Dhrystone iSSE4.2 : 26.56MIPS/MHz
Whetstone iSSE3 : 17.48MFLOPS/MHz

Processor Multi-media

Benchmark Results
Aggregate Multi-Media Performance : 229.3MPix/s
Multi-Media Integer x32 iAVX : 309MPix/s
Multi-Media Float x16 iAVX : 170.18MPix/s
Multi-Media Double x8 iAVX : 91.2MPix/s

Performance vs. Speed
Aggregate Multi-Media Performance : 57.14kPix/s/MHz
Multi-Media Integer x32 iAVX : 77.00kPix/s/MHz
Multi-Media Float x16 iAVX : 42.41kPix/s/MHz
Multi-Media Double x8 iAVX : 22.73kPix/s/MHz

Multi-core Efficiency

Benchmark Results
Inter-Core Bandwidth : 11.7GB/s
Results Interpretation : Higher scores are better.
Inter-Core Latency : 186.9ns

Performance vs. Speed
Inter-Core Bandwidth : 2.98MB/s/MHz
Results Interpretation : Higher scores are better.
Inter-Core Latency : 0.47ns/MHz

Power Management Efficiency

FPU Power Performance : 11.69GFLOPS
Power Efficiency : 1.24

Performance vs. Speed
FPU Power Performance : 2.91GFLOPS/MHz

Cryptography

Benchmark Results
Cryptographic Bandwidth : 1.6GB/s
AES256-ECB iAES Cryptographic Bandwidth : 5.29GB/s
SHA256 iAVX Hashing Bandwidth : 496MB/s

Performance vs. Speed
Cryptographic Bandwidth : 0.41MB/s/MHz
AES256-ECB iAES Cryptographic Bandwidth : 1.35MB/s/MHz
SHA256 iAVX Hashing Bandwidth : 0.12MB/s/MHz

Performance Test Status
Result ID : AMD FX(tm)-8120 Eight-Core Processor (ES, 8C, 4GHz, 3.22GHz IMC, 4x 2MB L2, 8MB L3)


thats sis,do you need a screen shot please?
i can do it ,but need to set up a picture hosting site,which is a headache.
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I'm out for the night.........thumb.gif
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There are computer geeks, closet computer geeks *raising hand to self identify* and techies who appreciate varioius hardware for it's capabilities such as the 2500K and the FX chips. Then there are the Fanboys who spew and regurgitate whatever info they can get their hands on that proves their point (spintel fanboys typically point to reviews which heavily favor the latest intel chip with programs that have already been identified as cheating like Vantage and Sysmark). And that just irritates the crap out of me. One of the main reasons I started this thread is because a guy was asking for advice on a $500 build and those of us who listed builds using AMD chips as possibilities for him were quickly pounced upon. Before that I had even listed several intel options but that didn't matter, because as usual how dare I even talk about an AMD build in their presence. It's a complete disservice to anyone who wants to find options for a budget or medium build (yes yes Longrod we already know Intel rules on the top right now tongue.gif). People should have access to unbiased information. In the case of this thread it's unbiased because it's actual hard data whether good or bad. If someone where to point out that one of the benches we're using is favoring one company over the other through code optimization then I think everyone here would agree to pull the results and find another program to use. *stepping down off soapbox* grouphug.gif

Hey hey hey, I never said AMD was bad. wink.gif

And yes, it annoys me that Intel fanboys (I'm not a fan of any CPU company, I use which is faster, which is Intel. For GPU's, AMD fanboy) always go for biased reviews. As we have seen, bulldozer can trade blows with my 2500K in multi threaded (where it shines), but it's single where the 2500K just hands bulldozer it's ^$$ back to it.

Needless to say, AMD makes a fine budget build. smile.gif
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He he he...I've noticed that. In fact that's the ONLY area that an i3 can compete with BD at stock or similar speeds (or even BD with a very mild OC).

I just got MrPerforations 8120 results emailed to me so they'll be in the charts tonight. He didn't want to have to set up a hosting site for his pics. I'll have them in the chart tonight. If there are any questions of validity I can post or email them if need be but it's pretty much in line with the rest of the results.
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madengineer you need to turn Cool n quiet off. There is no point in CPUz validations with CnQ on,you could be running 4.3GHz for all we know.Not disputing your results,just makes sense! I'll have the rest of the runs done shortly. Also there was someone else running 1660MHz RAM instead of 1600.There is no point to this thread if settings are not the same. thumb.gif
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madengineer you need to turn Cool n quiet off. There is no point in CPUz validations with CnQ on,you could be running 4.3GHz for all we know.Not disputing your results,just makes sense! I'll have the rest of the runs done shortly. Also there was someone else running 1660MHz RAM instead of 1600.There is no point to this thread if settings are not the same. thumb.gif

Good catch...thanks. Which one was at 1660? I don't remember. If it's the 1055T don't worry about it I have a disclaimer because it's a locked chip and he has to up the fsb to hit 4.0.
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thanks bubba great post lots of great info also thanks for all who ran test
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Higher FSB ( reference clock ) does not raise score in benchmarks iš other components like HT Link or NB and Memory r on stock or at stock values. I tested it, and no benefit at all from higher Refrerence clock..
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