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1600


1866


2133


2400

use a ram disk.. maxxmem is borked on FX
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use a ram disk.. maxxmem is borked on FX

Ack.. Will try that out, thanks. Anyways you can look at the Cinebench results I guess. Not sure how telling it is, although you can see higher speeds with looser timings still wins (by a small margin) with Cinebench.
Edited by pshootr - 3/18/15 at 2:33pm
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A few months ago I took two different motherboards as far as I could. The Sabertooth got the highest cpu clocks and the fastest ram timimgs while the GD80 ended up with the tightest ram timings. 11 vs 9.

I'm running the slower GD80 because it "feels" faster. Others have said that FX likes tighter timing more than faster timing and I believe them.

For whatever reason, the GD-80 rig I have - coupled with an 8 core Vishera ( any of em ) is the most nimble machine I have ever used. The same chips/ram/SSD's when coupled with the CHV-Z's don't have the "lightning in a bottle" feel to them that it does. I've also noticed the combo feels faster than the older chips, even when I had the 960T unlocked to an X6 running 4.7 ghz on the GD-80.

I've noticed this before with the higher end MSI boards I've owned , they just seem to be lighter on their feet than the others on a given platform. By contrast, the Asock, ECS and the too cheap to pass up Zotac board I purchased all seem to be a little hesitant.

No way to really measure it , but it's something I've noticed.

Not a particularly good video, but its about the only demonstration I have of how quick the GD 80 rig is https://youtu.be/-pi2_eDey20
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For whatever reason, the GD-80 rig I have - coupled with an 8 core Vishera ( any of em ) is the most nimble machine I have ever used. The same chips/ram/SSD's when coupled with the CHV-Z's don't have the "lightning in a bottle" feel to them that it does. I've also noticed the combo feels faster than the older chips, even when I had the 960T unlocked to an X6 running 4.7 ghz on the GD-80.

I've noticed this before with the higher end MSI boards I've owned , they just seem to be lighter on their feet than the others on a given platform. By contrast, the Asock, ECS and the too cheap to pass up Zotac board I purchased all seem to be a little hesitant.

No way to really measure it , but it's something I've noticed.

Not a particularly good video, but its about the only demonstration I have of how quick the GD 80 rig is https://youtu.be/-pi2_eDey20

You may be right. Isn't the GD-80 the highest AM3+ mobo for MSI? Wonder if the MSI 990FX-Gaming will be even better then?
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For whatever reason, the GD-80 rig I have - coupled with an 8 core Vishera ( any of em ) is the most nimble machine I have ever used. The same chips/ram/SSD's when coupled with the CHV-Z's don't have the "lightning in a bottle" feel to them that it does. I've also noticed the combo feels faster than the older chips, even when I had the 960T unlocked to an X6 running 4.7 ghz on the GD-80.

I've noticed this before with the higher end MSI boards I've owned , they just seem to be lighter on their feet than the others on a given platform. By contrast, the Asock, ECS and the too cheap to pass up Zotac board I purchased all seem to be a little hesitant.

No way to really measure it , but it's something I've noticed.

Not a particularly good video, but its about the only demonstration I have of how quick the GD 80 rig is https://youtu.be/-pi2_eDey20

You may be right. Isn't the GD-80 the highest AM3+ mobo for MSI? Wonder if the MSI 990FX-Gaming will be even better then?

Best MSI has currently for AM3+ , not sure what to expect of the gaming board - looking forward to having more options however smile.gif
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Is this going into a place of business or is this a personal rig that is capable of work.

if it is the latter it is fine.. if it is going to a place of business i would strongly suggest reconsidering.

Why? The simple question involving adobe screams creative to me so he can have whatever he wants, it's not a suit and tie why spreadsheets machine... rolleyes.gif
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It will do fine.

would be utterly overkill for an office computer.

16gb Ram should be the minimum, adobe will want to use alot if you let it.

certain apps in the Adobe CC suite will want 2-4 gb ram PER core being used.


I'd opt for a larger SSD(better iops with current gen ssds) and a Smaller HDD( 2-4 TB should be more than enough, multiple Drives on a hardware raid controller will yield better performance), I would opt for a 600w-700w PSU apposed to an 850w unless they want to upgrade to SLI

1866-2133 ram.. not every FX can do 2400mhz. and in the capacity that you need does not make it any easier on the chip, I'd suggest the 1866

case is personal preference.

The saberkitty it IMHO a little much for a primarily work rig. m5a99x pro, or a UD3 would be a cheaper alternative.

considering it is a primarily for work.. i wouldn't be overclocking too much. (my work profile was Stockish setting until i really learned what these chips can do reliably)

a 980 wouldn't exactly be my default option for adobe. If you can pick up a used first gen Titan you'd be better off. (due to the vram and bit-bus) a first gen titan should be along the same price as a higher end 980

and if they want to be super fancy wait for the Titan X, 12gb vram would be adobe's wet dream

It isn't going to be pinned down to office work, the board etc is fine but I agree with the more ram and bigger SSD notion.
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A few months ago I took two different motherboards as far as I could. The Sabertooth got the highest cpu clocks and the fastest ram timimgs while the GD80 ended up with the tightest ram timings. 11 vs 9.

I'm running the slower GD80 because it "feels" faster. Others have said that FX likes tighter timing more than faster timing and I believe them.

For whatever reason, the GD-80 rig I have - coupled with an 8 core Vishera ( any of em ) is the most nimble machine I have ever used. The same chips/ram/SSD's when coupled with the CHV-Z's don't have the "lightning in a bottle" feel to them that it does. I've also noticed the combo feels faster than the older chips, even when I had the 960T unlocked to an X6 running 4.7 ghz on the GD-80.

I've noticed this before with the higher end MSI boards I've owned , they just seem to be lighter on their feet than the others on a given platform. By contrast, the Asock, ECS and the too cheap to pass up Zotac board I purchased all seem to be a little hesitant.

No way to really measure it , but it's something I've noticed.

Not a particularly good video, but its about the only demonstration I have of how quick the GD 80 rig is https://youtu.be/-pi2_eDey20
I had a friend who commented on the same thing 4.9 on my older 8350. We were at the rAge LAN and I went to grab chow. Friend wanted to play dota while I was gone. So i said he could us my machine. I came back and he couldn't stop telling me about how snappy and responsive it was. When I told him it was an AMD inside his eyebrows rose a few cm on his brow. His 4770K I thought was sluggish when I asked him if I could test drive it. But i didn't tell him that though.
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A few months ago I took two different motherboards as far as I could. The Sabertooth got the highest cpu clocks and the fastest ram timimgs while the GD80 ended up with the tightest ram timings. 11 vs 9.

I'm running the slower GD80 because it "feels" faster. Others have said that FX likes tighter timing more than faster timing and I believe them.

For whatever reason, the GD-80 rig I have - coupled with an 8 core Vishera ( any of em ) is the most nimble machine I have ever used. The same chips/ram/SSD's when coupled with the CHV-Z's don't have the "lightning in a bottle" feel to them that it does. I've also noticed the combo feels faster than the older chips, even when I had the 960T unlocked to an X6 running 4.7 ghz on the GD-80.

I've noticed this before with the higher end MSI boards I've owned , they just seem to be lighter on their feet than the others on a given platform. By contrast, the Asock, ECS and the too cheap to pass up Zotac board I purchased all seem to be a little hesitant.

No way to really measure it , but it's something I've noticed.

Not a particularly good video, but its about the only demonstration I have of how quick the GD 80 rig is https://youtu.be/-pi2_eDey20
I had a friend who commented on the same thing 4.9 on my older 8350. We were at the rAge LAN and I went to grab chow. Friend wanted to play dota while I was gone. So i said he could us my machine. I came back and he couldn't stop telling me about how snappy and responsive it was. When I told him it was an AMD inside his eyebrows rose a few cm on his brow. His 4770K I thought was sluggish when I asked him if I could test drive it. But i didn't tell him that though.

Yes, you have to be careful about mentioning something like that - some ego's can't handle it. I'm running my 4790K @ 4.6 ghz, paired with the MSI Z87 Mpower and it comes close , but I'd still say the GD 80 rig has the edge in having a quick feel to it when doing my everyday routine. I've been using it almost exclusively the last couple weeks and while I miss my Vishera rig, it's not nearly like the urge I had to toss the 3770k rig off my desk after using it for a week.
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Uh so while beginning to lap my 8350 I just noticed that in one small section of the CPU pins I seem to have some dry thermal paste on the base of the pins. I wonder when and how that happened. What's the best way to clean it?
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Uh so while beginning to lap my 8350 I just noticed that in one small section of the CPU pins I seem to have some dry thermal paste on the base of the pins. I wonder when and how that happened. What's the best way to clean it?

QD electrical cleaner is what I use.
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Ryzen 1800X @ 4125mhz 1.432 Volts MSI X370 Titanium   Fury  G.SKILL TridentZ Series 32GB (4 x 8GB) 288-Pin... 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingOS
Samsung 850 pro Hp 1260 I liquid unobtanium Koolance 480mm radiator, 39... Win 7 HP/Winspy 10 64bit 
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
24" hp @ 1900x1200 Logitech G19 PC power and cooling 910 watt silencer Thermaltake P5 
MouseMouse Pad
Logitech MX 518 fUnc industries 
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Ryzen Shine!
(14 items)
 
  
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Ryzen 1800X @ 4125mhz 1.432 Volts MSI X370 Titanium   Fury  G.SKILL TridentZ Series 32GB (4 x 8GB) 288-Pin... 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingOS
Samsung 850 pro Hp 1260 I liquid unobtanium Koolance 480mm radiator, 39... Win 7 HP/Winspy 10 64bit 
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
24" hp @ 1900x1200 Logitech G19 PC power and cooling 910 watt silencer Thermaltake P5 
MouseMouse Pad
Logitech MX 518 fUnc industries 
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