Originally Posted by neurotix
Lol. Again, a bunch of disjointed benchmarks that make absolutely no sense and provide no clarity because they are not a simple comparison.
I can spell it out for you: Keep the RAM speed the same. Keep the HTT the same. Keep the CPU frequency the same. Then, run the test with the CPU-NB at stock. Next, run the test again with the CPUNB overclocked. Provide only those two screenshots
showing the comparison between the two different CPUNB speeds in the most simple manner.
The above is exactly what I did, and it is irregardless of the RAM speed or the fact that it's single channel, because I am not trying to get the highest RAM bandwidth score and gloat,
I am trying to illustrate the difference between RAM bandwidth vs CPU-NB speed.
Apparently, you simpletons cannot understand the difference between my benchmarks or why it matters. Have fun getting random BSODs, random mouse cursor lockups, more heat on your chip, and all the other negative consequences of overclocking the CPUNB and HTT link on Vishera. I can't stop you. But I've done enough tests, and enough benching (3 years worth, and top 200 in the US on hwbot: where's your cred?) to know that it doesn't improve performance.
Here's a tip: if you don't OC the CPUNB and HTT, and leave them at stock as AMD recommends
, you increase the stability of the system, but more importantly, you increase the available headroom for overclocking the modules on the CPU. Anyone else reading this: this is why you can't get your Vishera stable at 5ghz.
I'm done. I don't have time for one sided conversations, lack of proof, talking to a brick wall, or people that are so stupid that they can't understand a simple comparison.
Consider this my last post; I don't have the time.
You can go anytime you want to.
Why can't I maintain the same FSB, CPU Freq, RAM, and changing only CPU-NB is very simple; I can only do it at 200 FSB. Not a case for Gigas
Wait later I will make you puke with the results.
Again, Your 1866 is mediocre.
Sammies are not done for 1866.
You can't even post one 5 GHz result from your own Vish. (are you kidding me?)
Your test is as sloppy as you get.
Here's a tip too, not everyone is like you!
And here's a little for you to come later, stock FSB does not mean higher OC headroom for everyone. I will let you taste reality on these chips.
What worked for you will not work for others. Same with what didn't work for you will work for others.Edited by mus1mus - 9/15/14 at 8:29pm