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Originally Posted by Hokies83 View Post

The chips degrade cause they put massive voltage thru them
Just *DeLidding* and droping the temp has nothing to do with a chip degrading ...
And comparing the Max overclocks Of the latest Intel To The Latest AMD is in no way shape or form Trolling.. It is providing Information.
If i Had an Amd chip and Intel released something new id be interested to and following it and comparing them to.

I totally disagree with the delidding aspect as it causes some damage to the CPU in most cases! Most of the time, degrading is not only due to voltage.

Also, the quoting of Intel maximums, frequencies, etc. in AMD forums or Vice versa without having a question asked is usually conveyed as trolling, Especially on such a historically heated topic.

You definitely are well aware of this aspect!!

Anyway, lets stay on topic.
Edited by Electroneng - 10/30/12 at 6:27pm
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Insane OC on your 960T! tongue.gif
Thanks! smile.gif
Got lucky with that one, the 8350 has a tough job ahead of itself to top it smile.gif
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Originally Posted by Electroneng View Post

I totally disagree with the delidding aspect as it causes some damage to the CPU in most cases! Most of the time, degrading is not only due to voltage.
Also, the quoting of Intel maximums, frequencies, etc. in AMD forums or Vice versa without having a question asked is usually conveyed as trolling, Especially on such a historically heated topic.
You definitely are well aware of these aspect!!

Dude, chill. He's like the one Intel guy who isn't trying to start anything. Off handed comments that are questionably not quite on topic maybe, but there's no "AMD SUCKS!!!!" in there.

Now. Someone who has money: De-lid an 8350 and let us know how it goes. biggrin.gif
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Thanks! smile.gif
Got lucky with that one, the 8350 has a tough job ahead of itself to top it smile.gif

The 960t in general, especially one like yours, is a hard act to follow. Very nice CPU!
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Dude, chill. He's like the one Intel guy who isn't trying to start anything. Off handed comments that are questionably not quite on topic maybe, but there's no "AMD SUCKS!!!!" in there.
Now. Someone who has money: De-lid an 8350 and let us know how it goes. biggrin.gif

No offense to Hokie on his latest posts here. Just trying to stop the offense before it begins.
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anybody chime in on the "real" temps of piledriver??? how does it feel to someone upgrading from bulldozer???

when i put my hand over the top (exhausts) of my lopr (8150+sabbertooth@4.644) it's hot.....i mean ripp'n hot....

same with 8350??? much improvement??? i guess what my question ultimately boils down to is.....

If you had a hot 8150, and wanted to ditch it for somthing cooler running but still a good performer, would you run the pII 980be that sits on your shelf? or would you splurge for the 8350??? im looking to take advantage of your 20/20 hindsight
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post #1967 of 67230
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Originally Posted by Electroneng View Post

I totally disagree with the delidding aspect as it causes some damage to the CPU in most cases! Most of the time, degrading is not only due to voltage.
Also, the quoting of Intel maximums, frequencies, etc. in AMD forums or Vice versa without having a question asked is usually conveyed as trolling, Especially on such a historically heated topic.
You definitely are well aware of this aspect!!
Anyway, lets stay on topic.
Dude, chill. He's like the one Intel guy who isn't trying to start anything. Off handed comments that are questionably not quite on topic maybe, but there's no "AMD SUCKS!!!!" in there.
Now. Someone who has money: De-lid an 8350 and let us know how it goes. biggrin.gif

Passive aggressive subterfuge I say! the owners club is for owners. If it was just a question like; De-lid an 8350 see what we get? thats one thing but we dont need "Intel maximums, frequencies, etc. in AMD forums or Vice versa" at the very least it will throw us off topic.
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post #1968 of 67230
The 8350 will run cooler but not by a large margin. The Phenom ii 980 should be significantly cooler and still perform rather well. Why not compare your present BD chip with the 980 yourself? Testing CPU's on the exact same hardware is kind of hard for others to replicate. smile.gif
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Alright all good now just haven't had time to get on here and post:

http://valid.canardpc.com/2563411
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8320 is on its way! Hopefully will be here Thursday so I can OC that bad boy and reap the higher performance.
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