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Originally Posted by F3ERS 2 ASH3S View Post

the way this is set up to could also be used to post for steam roller and previouse bulldozer.. really this data could go far with tracking the progression and overclockability for these chips

Right now we are focused on the 83xx chips, if it proves to work out well, maybe it can be reproduced for other Vishera chips (63xx and such), not much point in charting BD's anymore, not when you can get PD's for nearly the same price. ;p
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Originally Posted by endevite View Post

Right now we are focused on the 83xx chips, if it proves to work out well, maybe it can be reproduced for other Vishera chips (63xx and such), not much point in charting BD's anymore, not when you can get PD's for nearly the same price. ;p

of course. I was more or less stating the impact and functionality of this chart. but you are 100% right right now Vishera is the way to go
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Further to my CPU GPU usage thread I am creating I thought I'd share this with you.

This graph is during the benchmark of sleeping dogs, 2 X 7970 ghz editions 1100 vcore 1500mem and 8350 at 4.8ghz



Looks like 8350 is not bottlenecking 2 of the most powerful cards on the market thumb.gif
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I have read ~200-300ish pages of the thread, good stuff mostly. I opted for the less expensive 6300. For mt current cooling I have settled on 4410MHz=18*248 but there is probably some performance still on the table as I haven't tried 250+fsb yet. It didn't occur to me that there are FSB dead zones.. I may try some higher FSBs at a multi of 10 or something to see if it will work then go back and try to fit that as closely to ~4.4GHz@1.47v as I can (My a70 with stock fans can't cool much past this). I have only been testing with p95, maybe I'll try IBT or OCCT.

My auto for NB and HTT is 2200MHz. I tried raising my HTT to 2.7 and running 3dmark11 a few times, nearly no difference for my one GTX 480 overclocked or not.
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http://hwbot.org/competition/ocfanboy_duel_1/
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The first duel is all about AMD's newest "top-of-the-line" Piledriver CPU versus Intel's Ivy Bridge. To keep it fair - as if Fanboys care - we compare on a similar price level: the Intel Core i5 3570K versus AMD FX-8350. The duel grounds: Heaven DX11, 3DMark11 Performance and 3DMark Vantage Performance.

have fun folks.
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It has arrived, initial cure run of the MX2 shows I have tons and tons of headroom.

FX-8320
Default ViD 1.400v
LLC @ AMD specifications resulted in 1.304v under load.
C1E, C6, C&Q Enabled
Turbo, APM Disabled

8320.png
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well I don't think they are overheating...maybe they are?
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Default ViD @ AMD Spec LLC passed up to 4ghz which resulted in a load voltage of 1.296v @ 4000mhz. Increasing the speed to 4100mhz resulted in the voltage dipping to 1.288v under load and failing under Lin Pack with a incorrect rounding.

I will be moving in the other direction now, from the stock 3500mhz to the lowest stable voltage.
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ok so I just checked a review of this m5a97 evo and the reviewer said it output 275watts to a 1100t and the mosfets weren't even warm and that this board can support high end overlocking......so what the hell...I'm thinking it may be my power supply...It has survived 4 system rebuilds and is about 4 years old now that I think about it.....its a 625 watt enermax pro82+ was like 150$ when I bought it...is there anyway to tell if its the psu?
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Scope meter on the 12V rail or even a DVOM and watch the voltage.
Other wise would be easyer trying another PSU, borrow one from a mates rig or something.
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