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post #271 of 871
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Dixson I couldn't read the sandra encrypt/decrypt & hash results the way it was cropped and you ran wprime155 on only 1 core so it gave you 57 seconds tongue.gif You have to go into advanced settings and specify 6 threads.
post #272 of 871
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Had to take the little one to her 3 year Dr appt so I missed the post office grrrr....guess I won't get the MB out till monday.
post #273 of 871
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Oh and I just figured out that unlike the 8120/8150 the max temp on the 6100 is 70C....means I have some more wiggle room to try for 4.9 or maybe even 5.0 devil.gif
post #274 of 871
U shoud pay attention to CPU temp, cores temp r useless. And it can go above 70C thumb.gif

I misspeld it.
Edited by itomic - 5/4/12 at 5:11pm
post #275 of 871
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U shoud pay attention to CPU temp, cores temp r useless. And i can go above 70C thumb.gif

Everybody can go above 70. Its just not advisable.
post #276 of 871
A quote from mail AMD sent to me yesterday :

"I will address your questions in the order they were asked. To clarify, you should watch for the overall temperature of the cpu. If the cpu is 75 degrees (about 5 degrees above normal) and the cores are 65, those temps are normal and are not uncommon. If the cpu is under heavy load from large application deployment, meaning the launch of large applications such as photoshop, autodesk, virtual dj, lightroom etc... The cpu should be at around 60-75 degrees as normal operating temperature. If you are encoding a really large video file for example… say a 25 gb bluray down to a 7gb mp4 video file getting a recorded temperature of 65-70 degrees is not dangerous, the same can in cases where you will be gaming. I have seen cpus reach 80 degrees with 3rd party coolers( no over clocking). Generally speaking, encoding video takes up a lot of resources about 2-4 cores alone so the core temperature may rise, this is also common. Do you encode large video files or do graphic intensive work? If you do and you are looking for a better cooling solution beyond what the stock heat sink can provide I can recommend a lot of 3rd party coolers to choose from. As fellow pc user I have always used 3rd party coolers because of the heavy loads I perform. Above all I hope this email was able to address and answer all of the questions you had and provided some clarification."
post #277 of 871
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A quote from mail AMD sent to me yesterday :
"I will address your questions in the order they were asked. To clarify, you should watch for the overall temperature of the cpu. If the cpu is 75 degrees (about 5 degrees above normal) and the cores are 65, those temps are normal and are not uncommon. If the cpu is under heavy load from large application deployment, meaning the launch of large applications such as photoshop, autodesk, virtual dj, lightroom etc... The cpu should be at around 60-75 degrees as normal operating temperature. If you are encoding a really large video file for example… say a 25 gb bluray down to a 7gb mp4 video file getting a recorded temperature of 65-70 degrees is not dangerous, the same can in cases where you will be gaming. I have seen cpus reach 80 degrees with 3rd party coolers( no over clocking). Generally speaking, encoding video takes up a lot of resources about 2-4 cores alone so the core temperature may rise, this is also common. Do you encode large video files or do graphic intensive work? If you do and you are looking for a better cooling solution beyond what the stock heat sink can provide I can recommend a lot of 3rd party coolers to choose from. As fellow pc user I have always used 3rd party coolers because of the heavy loads I perform. Above all I hope this email was able to address and answer all of the questions you had and provided some clarification."

Oh stop spouting that all over the forums. Its the 2nd time you've posted that in 3 days. And i dont believe you got that from AMD



On topic.

I need help OCing my 6100 biggrin.gif

For some reason, it doesnt like getting an OC straight from the Multi frown.gif

First attempt, i tried at 3.9 ghz with turbo off, CnC off and at 1.4 volts. It failed.
Then i tried 3.7 ghz with turbo off, CnC off and at 1.4 volts. It failed.


Currently, its OCed to 4030mhz using a combination of Muti and FSB

FSB is 237
Multi is 17
Volts is 1.4
NB is 2370mhz with 1.110 volts

Completely stable.

But i dont like FSB OCs, especially when the CPU has an unlocked multi. Can somebody tell me what i'm doing wrong?

At 3.3ghz with the turbo (3.9) it operated fine.
post #278 of 871
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What are you idle avg and full burn temps at 4.0GHz?
ill have to check tomorow if i forget just remind me i have it at 4400 tonight and checking for stability overnight at 440 idle it claims its 20 c which has to be wrong this is reading with coretemp and load is 54c
post #279 of 871
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ill have to check tomorow if i forget just remind me i have it at 4400 tonight and checking for stability overnight at 440 idle it claims its 20 c which has to be wrong this is reading with coretemp and load is 54c

Idle temps mean nothing.

Always pay attention to the load
post #280 of 871
Congratulations, you now have 1100T results!
Only problem is that I couldn't get WPrime 1.55 working frown.gif

Sorry if the images are too big, I was too lazy to edit them :3

AIDA64:
CPU Queen: 38940
338
PhotoWorxx: 36268
338
CPU Zlib: 296.7
338
CPU AES: 66272
338
CPU Hash: 4006
338

CineBench:
CineBench 11: Single - 1.21; Multi - 7.11
338
CineBench R10: Single - 4667; Multi - 22902
338

Fritz Chess Benchmark: Rel. Spd - 28.81; KNode/s - 13826
338

PassMark Performance: CPU Mark - 7771.9; Int Math - 1221.7; Flop Math - 6144.8; Prime Math - 1371.0; SSE - 31.4; Encryption - 37.5; Phys - 491.1; String - 5707.4
338

SiSoft Sandra:
Arithmetic: Dhrystone - 81.56; Whetstone - 70.64
338
Cryptography: AES - 1.19; Hash - 1.1
338
Multi-Media: Int - 103.64; Double - 93.71
338

WPrime 2.09: 32M - 6.879
338

My motherboard is not top-of-the-line (good enough), so results may be slightly better when using a 990FX chipset motherboard. OC settings are as what you specified (20x multiplier, 1600 MHz RAM).
Edited by funfortehfun - 5/4/12 at 7:32pm
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
AMD Phenom II X6 1100T ASUS M4A88TD-V EVO/USB3 Sapphire Radeon HD 6950 DiRT 3 Edition Corsair 16GB Vengeance Blue @ 1600MHz 
Hard DriveHard DriveOptical DriveCooling
Western Digital 1TB Caviar Blue Samsung 830 Series 128GB SSD LITE-ON iHAS 424-98 Corsair H80 + 2X Corsair 120MM Fans 
OSMonitorKeyboardPower
Windows 7 64-Bit Ultimate Samsung S27A350H 27" LED Backlit HDMI Monitor Cherry G80-3800 Cherry MX Blue Corsair 850W Professional Series Gold 
CaseMouseAudio
Cooler Master 690 II Advanced Microsoft Basic Optical Mouse Plantronics GameCom 367 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel i3-2125 Asus P8H77-I Intel HD 3000 Samsung Green 30nm 2x4GB MV-3V4G3D/US 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingOS
Crucial M4 128GB  Asus DRW-24B1ST Intel Stock Cooler Windows 8 Pro 
KeyboardPowerCaseOther
Microsoft Wireless Keyboard 800 Corsair Builder Series CX500V2 Lian Li PC-Q11B TrendNet TEW-684UB 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel i5-3210M Dell 04G65K Intel HD4000 Dell 2x4GB 1600MHz 
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