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Fair enough.
These new batches are really nice.

I'm almost tempted to sell my 8320 and get a new one.

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I'm not well informed about this, but isn't that score a bit too low for 4.7 GHZ? I'd expect 88-89 GFLOPS at least.

Since 5 GHZ can do 94 GFLOPS.
 
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I'm not well informed about this, but isn't that score a bit too low for 4.7 GHZ? I'd expect 88-89 GFLOPS at least.

Since 5 GHZ can do 94 GFLOPS.

Ehmm..
I don't have the info as well.

I really ignore the gFlops. They are kinda weird sometimes.
Seen people get around 100 with a mild overclock, others get pretty low with a high overclock.


Like this, my 4.9 is scoring higher than my 4.96: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


Did you use the system while running IBT?
Looks like it, cause of the score fluctuation.
You can try to bump the cpu-nb voltage one or two notches higher and see where you get.

Having another look on your screenshot I saw your ram.
Can't you try to tighten it down some more? 2000 c11 isn't very fast IMO. Mine is 2140 c8
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Ehmm..
I don't have the info as well.

I really ignore the gFlops. They are kinda weird sometimes.
Seen people get around 100 with a mild overclock, others get pretty low with a high overclock.


Like this, my 4.9 is scoring higher than my 4.96: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


Did you use the system while running IBT?
Looks like it, cause of the score fluctuation.
You can try to bump the cpu-nb voltage one or two notches higher and see where you get.

Having another look on your screenshot I saw your ram.
Can't you try to tighten it down some more? 2000 c11 isn't very fast IMO. Mine is 2140 c8

That was a hard hit, not everyone owns a good set of RAM sleepsmiley02.gif I have to be at CL10-11-11 to be stable at 2000 MHZ, so those timings seem rather fair for him.

Of course he may be lucky and be able to lower them.

Anyway, about the IBT GFLOPS Score, that sure is a nice score! I can get at 94 GFLOPS before my pc freezes at 5 GHZ, I guess I could try to stress test my PC as well.
 
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That was a hard hit, not everyone owns a good set of RAM sleepsmiley02.gif I have to be at CL10-11-11 to be stable at 2000 MHZ, so those timings seem rather fair for him.

Of course he may be lucky and be able to lower them.

Anyway, about the IBT GFLOPS Score, that sure is a nice score! I can get at 94 GFLOPS before my pc freezes at 5 GHZ, I guess I could try to stress test my PC as well.

Yeah sorry. Didn't mean to be rude.
I guess it's nothing special...

This is the highest I could get out of my ram: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Really, I wouldn't pay too much attention to the gFlops.
Says very little IMO.

I just aim to have rather solid scores. When the scores fluctuate like 5gFlop or more from each other I am on the edge of stability and want to increase voltage a tiny bit somewhere.
    
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I'm not well informed about this, but isn't that score a bit too low for 4.7 GHZ? I'd expect 88-89 GFLOPS at least.

Since 5 GHZ can do 94 GFLOPS.

Killing background apps such as temp monitoring can give you 95+ GFlops. And does not scale with your clocks.
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Killing background apps such as temp monitoring can give you 95+ GFlops. And does not scale with your clocks.

Does it? I have never checked honestly, last time I tried something was about an hour ago, at 1.58 V, crashed at 6th attempt on IBT.

The good thing was that all those fans finally prove themselves to be worthy, I went from a solit 78+ °C while stress testing to a solid 71 °C, which is not bad at all in my opinion considering my 6+2 M5A97 EVO R2.0.

Still, I wonder why it froze so badly at the 6th attempt, not that I care, at least I got those smooth 95 GFLOPS biggrin.gif
 
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Does it? I have never checked honestly, last time I tried something was about an hour ago, at 1.58 V, crashed at 6th attempt on IBT.

The good thing was that all those fans finally prove themselves to be worthy, I went from a solit 78+ °C while stress testing to a solid 71 °C, which is not bad at all in my opinion.

yeah it does, its odd how the gflops doesn't go up with clock for some reason..
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Ehmm..
I don't have the info as well.

I really ignore the gFlops. They are kinda weird sometimes.
Seen people get around 100 with a mild overclock, others get pretty low with a high overclock.


Like this, my 4.9 is scoring higher than my 4.96: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


Did you use the system while running IBT?
Looks like it, cause of the score fluctuation.
You can try to bump the cpu-nb voltage one or two notches higher and see where you get.

Having another look on your screenshot I saw your ram.
Can't you try to tighten it down some more? 2000 c11 isn't very fast IMO. Mine is 2140 c8


Yep i did use the system a bit while testing like browsing on this site and also listening to Pandora and had a good bit of other stuff in the back round lol


And for the ram i haven't mess with the timing sense i got the ram couple weeks ago. Will try to tighten them and see what happens.
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We are talking about FX9590 Golden Bin (Not Fx 8350) thumb.gif
Also even the latest FX8350 or FX8200 will do the same clocks since the CPU golden bins out there are going crazy thumb.gif
I wanna buy mine from the magic store too.....
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Looks like you have a better clocker.

Cooling is only gonna take you so far.
I have a 120mm SP120 blowing on the back of the socket, mounted it on the outside of the side panel now(had a Enermax 120mm on the inside before).
And a 92mm Noctua over the vrm heatsink.
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)





I guess your temps should be okay(vrms).
Its just a bit scary, the lack of temp sensors in/on the vrms.
I agree, wish I had a sensor there just for a bit more feedback. I would put a big fan over the VRM heatsink as well but my H80i is in the way and I have nowhere else to mount it. I have an upgrade planned in February but I still don't know if I should go for a graphics card or a custom CPU loop. For gaming performance on some of the insanely demanding titles as well as some upcoming games graphics card would be a better option, but custom loop would mean more overclocking fun coming up. So basically, it's a choice between gaming with more awesome graphics vs overclocking further... How is anyone supposed to be able to make that decision? biggrin.gif
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