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What does the g flop for ibt. Is higher better? I've passed on high many times but never understood the numbers.
    
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Originally Posted by emsj86 View Post

What does the g flop for ibt. Is higher better? I've passed on high many times but never understood the numbers.

Giga Floatingpoint Operations Per Second.

How many billions of calculations are done on the FPU of your chip every second.

Higher is better.
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FLOPS is Floating-point operations per second.


G refers to giga is a metric system referance for, 10 to the power of 9 (one billion. )

so 1 Gflop is one billion floating-point operations per second.

this is the gauge of the computational speed of a computer.

so yes, more is better when you are stable wink.gif

darn.. kyad ninja'd me
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u cant go above 1.60volts on the sabertooth, u need to turn off the monitor in bios

I am not so confident to do that.
Should I be okay to pass 1.6 for benching only?

More concerned about my board then my chip really. biggrin.gif
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Chopper,

My score was about the same in 11.5

Maybe we have the same chip batch, mind you I only have a H80i cooling mine.

Cinebench 11.5

Oh, yeah.
Like I said, that were old scores...

Back then I only had a h100(non i) to cool it.
Yours would actually be better.
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FLOPS is Floating-point operations per second.


G refers to giga is a metric system referance for, 10 to the power of 9 (one billion. )

so 1 Gflop is one billion floating-point operations per second.

this is the gauge of the computational speed of a computer.

so yes, more is better when you are stable wink.gif

darn.. kyad ninja'd me

Solid.

Do you guys do it the same?
When my scores are all over the place, like fluctuating more then 2-3 gFlops, I find it needs more volts.
It can pass... but will fail sometime.
    
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u cant go above 1.60volts on the sabertooth, u need to turn off the monitor in bios

I am not so confident to do that.
Should I be okay to pass 1.6 for benching only?

More concerned about my board then my chip really. biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by Mike The Owl View Post

Chopper,

My score was about the same in 11.5

Maybe we have the same chip batch, mind you I only have a H80i cooling mine.

Cinebench 11.5

Oh, yeah.
Like I said, that were old scores...

Back then I only had a h100(non i) to cool it.
Yours would actually be better.
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Originally Posted by FlailScHLAMP View Post

FLOPS is Floating-point operations per second.


G refers to giga is a metric system referance for, 10 to the power of 9 (one billion. )

so 1 Gflop is one billion floating-point operations per second.

this is the gauge of the computational speed of a computer.

so yes, more is better when you are stable wink.gif

darn.. kyad ninja'd me

Solid.

Do you guys do it the same?
When my scores are all over the place, like fluctuating more then 2-3 gFlops, I find it needs more volts.
It can pass... but will fail sometime.

Depends on what processes are active on your computer.

if you are using a bench/stress partition then you should aim for as little fluctuation as possible. (due to there being next to nothing running in terms of processes )

slowing your monitoring polling rate will also help stabilize your gflops, but it can also throw the odd one really off.

I always "discount" the first result in terms of gflops, all the cores are fully loaded right away. giving it time to get to work so to speak.

I tolerate about 5g flop range from slowest to absolute one off fastest.

that is how i kinda look at it. no rhyme or real reason too it..

running the same clocks for quite awhile and always get the same range of numbers after i dismantle everything to clean it up, and "bake it back in" so to speak.
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Depends on what processes are active on your computer.

if you are using a bench/stress partition then you should aim for as little fluctuation as possible. (due to there being next to nothing running in terms of processes )

slowing your monitoring polling rate will also help stabilize your gflops, but it can also throw the odd one really off.

I always "discount" the first result in terms of gflops, all the cores are fully loaded right away. giving it time to get to work so to speak.

I tolerate about 5g flop range from slowest to absolute one off fastest.

that is how i kinda look at it. no rhyme or real reason too it..

running the same clocks for quite awhile and always get the same range of numbers after i dismantle everything to clean it up, and "bake it back in" so to speak.

Thanks the info again flail.

Here are two examples I did, don't know the settings... were old runs.

Solid Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Plain bad Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
    
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Depends on what processes are active on your computer.

if you are using a bench/stress partition then you should aim for as little fluctuation as possible. (due to there being next to nothing running in terms of processes )

slowing your monitoring polling rate will also help stabilize your gflops, but it can also throw the odd one really off.

I always "discount" the first result in terms of gflops, all the cores are fully loaded right away. giving it time to get to work so to speak.

I tolerate about 5g flop range from slowest to absolute one off fastest.

that is how i kinda look at it. no rhyme or real reason too it..

running the same clocks for quite awhile and always get the same range of numbers after i dismantle everything to clean it up, and "bake it back in" so to speak.

Thanks the info again flail.

Here are two examples I did, don't know the settings... were old runs.

Solid Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Plain bad Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

The second picture looks like a case of throttling, or perhaps something was running in the background that interfered with IBT , interesting pattern to those gflop scores.
Like I said earlier, that Gflop number is pretty much worthless as far as I am concerned, I can get 105 gflops at 2.5 ghz on the 8370E. I think they actually went up the lower I clocked the rig.
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The second picture looks like a case of throttling, or perhaps something was running in the background that interfered with IBT , interesting pattern to those gflop scores.
Like I said earlier, that Gflop number is pretty much worthless as far as I am concerned, I can get 105 gflops at 2.5 ghz on the 8370E. I think they actually went up the lower I clocked the rig.

Yeah, probably throttling.

I have no idea what were the settings though, that was the full picture. No cpu-z or anything. tongue.gif
Worthless shot IMO.


Edit:

Argh...
IBT keeps on failing on me @ 5.0.
Could it be m ram timings?

I increased vcore but didn't help.

Somehow ibt, very-high, keeps failing at the second run.
4.8 works like a charm with current ram and cpu-nb. Voltage around 1.47v and cpu-nb 1.25v.

5.0 failed even with 1.55v ultra-high, peaks to 1.584v and cpu-nb at 1.3v

Current settings:


I have no idea what's holding me back... mad.gif
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@ emsj86, pretty sure Sarge has the CHV-z now and the block is made for it. You can get generic blocks if you really want to water cool the VRM.
@ Mike thumb.gif R15 is tough on the CPU , nice score.

I Will focus on raising the core with 1866 ram.8-9-91t is tight enough right?
Still not sure why the latency is So low with aida mem bench.
55ish compared to mid 50 with 2400 9-11-11-1t
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Cheers Johan, it was looking at choppers scores that reminded me, if he can get above the 800 score with those low voltages I'll be gutted.

Thinking that way.

My score looks high compared to yours.
What are your full settings?

Will post some old bench shots when I get home.
passed 800 pretty easy if I remember.
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Chopper1591

I have funds and still gone for FX8370.thumb.gif
And never look back.

I will not give my money to something utterly overpriced when i can get same for my needs with less money.

Good point.
That was exactly why I stayed AMD.

Tempted to change to a New 8320 or 8350 thoug.
Voltage looks a lot better on the later batch.

The latency was down partly because of the decrease in NB speed.
Trade you an 8320 for that 8350, what's the production date?




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The second picture looks like a case of throttling, or perhaps something was running in the background that interfered with IBT , interesting pattern to those gflop scores.
Like I said earlier, that Gflop number is pretty much worthless as far as I am concerned, I can get 105 gflops at 2.5 ghz on the 8370E. I think they actually went up the lower I clocked the rig.

Yeah, probably throttling.

I have no idea what were the settings though, that was the full picture. No cpu-z or anything. tongue.gif
Worthless shot IMO.


Edit:

Argh...
IBT keeps on failing on me @ 5.0.
Could it be m ram timings?

I increased vcore but didn't help.

Somehow ibt, very-high, keeps failing at the second run.
4.8 works like a charm with current ram and cpu-nb. Voltage around 1.47v and cpu-nb 1.25v.

5.0 failed even with 1.55v ultra-high, peaks to 1.584v and cpu-nb at 1.3v

Current settings:


I have no idea what's holding me back... mad.gif

Probably just the chip chopper, my original 8350 took that voltage to get 4.9 stable , I have no idea what 5.0 would have needed but here's an old pic
http://www.overclockers.com/forums/showthread.php/732341-Not-all-FX-are-created-equal?p=7484325&viewfull=1#post7484325
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The latency was down partly because of the decrease in NB speed.
Trade you an 8320 for that 8350, what's the production date?


Probably just the chip chopper, my original 8350 took that voltage to get 4.9 stable , I have no idea what 5.0 would have needed but here's an old pic
http://www.overclockers.com/forums/showthread.php/732341-Not-all-FX-are-created-equal?p=7484325&viewfull=1#post7484325

Uhm..
Production date. I don't know exactly. Can you tell that by the revision?
Its pretty old. Think close to 2 years.

But you got things mixed up. I also have an 8320.


Could very well be the thing here. Chip limits.
Sucks though....
Got about the same out of it with my h100. biggrin.gif

It fails everytime at the second run. Very weird.
Even tried as high as 1.575v and 1.35v on the cpu-nb. Still fail.

4.8 will require a lot less volts, here's two runs I did this afternoon(it's 19:09 here atm): Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


Thats just insane IMO.
1.475v and 1.3v cpu-nb for 4.8...
1.575v fails at 5.0 tongue.gif


I might just as well stick to my previous clocks then... what do you think?
4.85ghz with 2400 ram and 2700 cpu-nb and ht. 1.48v (correction: is actually 1.5v) and 1.35v Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


Post is getting long.
Here are the two comparison Cinebench shots. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
1866 ram and 2400nb:

2400 ram and 2700nb:

Bonus: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Ram speeds seems to make close to no difference at all. Found an older run with 2133 ram and also 4.8ghz:

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