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I think the reason the piledriver is soo controversial is the variety of methods required to achieve high scores in specific benchmarks.
The 990fx motherboards also follow this non standard trend.
Asrock boards have a insane LLC and show much lower volts but commonly lack manual control.
Gigabytes kinda like building a diablo2 char, you first figure out what you want then you tune a ton of small dials until you have your desired build.
Asus saber/crosshair feel about normal to what I'm used too, a mix of LLC manual clocks.

There's really no consistent route to overclocking these.
HTT plays a large role in crossfire/sli, cpu/nb plays a major role in high speed ram and IMC itself is pretty finicky about how much ram it'll handle at high speeds/higher clocks.

Last weekend I built 8350 #7 and it's entirely different each time.

This thread is bound to be a bit conflicting because the methods are soo varied.
Edited by Vencenzo - 5/27/13 at 1:24pm
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Well said sir.
Actually it is matter that can neither be created or destroyed. However energy is just is so bound up in matter that it is really the same for it as well.
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Well said sir.
Actually it is matter that can neither be created or destroyed. However energy is just is so bound up in matter that it is really the same for it as well.
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I think the reason the piledriver is soo controversial is the variety of methods required to achieve high scores in specific benchmarks.
The 990fx motherboards also follow this non standard trend.
Asrock boards have a insane LLC and show much lower clocks but commonly lack manual control.
Gigabytes kinda like building a diablo2 char, you first figure otu what you want then you tune a ton of small dials until you have your desired build.
Asus saber/crosshair feel about normal to what I'm used too, a mix of LLC manual clocks.

There's really no consistent route to overclocking these.
HTT plays a large role in crossfire/sli, cpu/nb plays a major role in high speed ram and IMC itself is pretty finicky about how much ram it'll handle at high speeds/higher clocks.

Last weekend I built 8350 #7 and it's entirely different each time.

This thread is bound to be a bit conflicting because the methods are soo varied.

Conflicting not so much varied yes. however if you take the elements and put them all together and merge them cutting losses where returns to start to diminish you end up having an very strong clocked computer.. I am learning this with the ASUS board.. It does seem normal but I can tune things in and out of it and finda common ground between all that you had listed
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in your profile...scroll nearly to bottom and click create rig smile.gif then i think it gives u option to add to sig

You have to edit your sig and tell it to display the rig riggy siggy rig ... thumb.gif

STOP IT! you're blowing my mind man!!! biggrin.gif


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weird ths came up actually..... was talking to missus an hour or so ago and i went Captain Cavvvvvvveman and she looked at me weird redface.gif

Do any of you remember captain caveman?

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ok then....same clock etc and my cpu/nb is 2402 i think or 20 forget which one but u got more HT than me so i guess thats equal tongue.gif

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/6638763 and i still beat you tongue.gif


Yeah. In fact as I said now difference is just 2% (worth for sure 170€ mobo... ).

Thanks for tests btw. Really useful as comparison. What about DDR3?

Try with same bus as me and difference would be even lower :-).
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Yeah. In fact as I said now difference is just 2% (worth for sure 170€ mobo... ).

Thanks for tests btw. Really useful as comparison. What about DDR3?

Try with same bus as me and difference would be even lower :-).



How about i put my 4.3 on the table against your 4.4?? tongue.gif


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ok then....same clock etc and my cpu/nb is 2402 i think or 20 forget which one but u got more HT than me so i guess thats equal tongue.gif

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/6638763 and i still beat you tongue.gif


Yeah. In fact as I said now difference is just 2% (worth for sure 170€ mobo... ).

Thanks for tests btw. Really useful as comparison. What about DDR3?

Try with same bus as me and difference would be even lower :-).

Umm, If a small bump in OC is the only reasoning being held for a more expensive board you are missing the point. Feature set is the main point.
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