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Can't wait to see more benchmarks thumb.gif and overclocking results...I hope AMD catches up in the next year or so.
post #92 of 168
1.62v is nothing. Some of you have no sack. If you can't afford to replace your CPU because you over volted it, you shouldn't be overclocking in the first place.
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1.62v is nothing. Some of you have no sack. If you can't afford to replace your CPU because you over volted it, you shouldn't be overclocking in the first place.

Kind of defeats the purpose. Most people get these chips to save money and have the ability to overclock to higher priced intel chip stock performances. AMD is supposed to be about price/performance. If you can afford to torch your chips and keep buying new ones, price goes out the window. If price isn't a factor and performance matters, you should be buying intel anyway.
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1.62v is nothing. Some of you have no sack. If you can't afford to replace your CPU because you over volted it, you shouldn't be overclocking in the first place.

I like to get my moneys worth form a CPU so frying it for no good reason makes little sense. However I can take some risks if I get substantial performance improvements in return. I run my 920 @ 4.0GHz 1.35v . So mister big sack what are you running your 950 at?
    
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on turning the trinity system into a AIO tongue.gifredface.gif

Yep. I even have fully finalized 3D models... And pricing lists... And manufacturing details...


But I'm keeping 'em to mahself... whistle.gif

come on, you know you want to share biggrin.gif i'd share if i had all that biggrin.giftongue.gif resistance is futile devil.gif
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The FP units themselves aren't getting changed in SR as I recall, but will the decode split help to improve the FP performance?

Yes:

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By disabling an integer execution unit, you gain about 18% on the floating point unit. This should be mostly or totally eliminated with SR.

The FP units are being slightly changed (change involving the MMX/3DNow! unit), but performance is identical. The register files, which are sitting inside the FPU, are becoming larger and more efficient. Instruction cache misses are going down by 30%, which is a massive improvement. Branch prediction is improved by 20%, which is difficult to achieve — especially when you consider that they had just improved it for Piledriver. That right there will probably be Steamroller's heftiest change, as Bulldozer's long pipeline hurts you real good if there's a misprediction.

TL;DR: Floating point will be massively improved over Bulldozer and Piledriver.
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5Ghz at 1.6v? Complete fail.... You can possibly expect 4.5-4.6Ghz on air then in the real world.

Higher than that, I think. 1.5v is the max for AMDs 32nm process, so as long as temperatures are fine then I'd say 4.5Ghz for average chips, 4.7Ghz or so for good chips and 5Ghz for golden chips, kinda like SB was.

I mean, look at the cooler he's using..It's not anything great, but just decent.


That said, I do think average overclocks will drop from a 2 module Bulldozer chip, just like Deneb to Llano did.
    
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WHY DID I JUST BUY A A6-3670K AND FM1 BOARD? DAMMMMMMMMMMNIT!

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post #99 of 168
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I like to get my moneys worth form a CPU so frying it for no good reason makes little sense. However I can take some risks if I get substantial performance improvements in return. I run my 920 @ 4.0GHz 1.35v . So mister big sack what are you running your 950 at?

We don't know what voltages are stable for this processor.

I suspect that the resonant clockspeed mesh may require higher voltage to increase the power of the signals to compensate for slightly (a few degrees) out of phase signals.
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For all those assuming that the volts are high...

STOCK volts can be as high as 1.45V according to AMD so adding 0.15v to this is hardly a big jump especially given that most of you here running an i7 at 5GHz will need to add around 0.2v to a 1.2v cpu... even bigger jump in the grand scheme of things.
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