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Let me put it this way,

AMD FX - Loads to Windows Faster, Programs run right after you double click and stuff.

My Intel 6-core - has a longer boot time, takes more than a couple seconds of loading after executing a program.

Those are more noticeable than in-app performance where the FX may lag an Intel.

IIRC, Intel guys are talking about more than 20 seconds of boot time to be in Windows being fast. I can be in Windows in way less than 20 seconds to be in the log-on screen on the FX.

I agree. It feels very snappy always.

But about booting, mine is fast but I've seen much faster on my intern ship working with pc's everyday. Some i7 systems booted in less then 5 seconds.
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Consider it like this. Take a Honda civic and a Ferrari. Inside a city, there is 50 kmh speed limit. So how is the Ferrari supposed to show it's faster? Most of ordinary desktop applications, don't arrive to load 100% a single AMD core. So even if Intel is 50% faster in IPC, it's something that doesn't really count. As a matter of fact, with Cool N Quiet enabled and with K10Stat set in very aggressive settings, i can't tell the difference between Athlon 640 and the FX8320. Because for most ordinary things, you don't get to hit the ceiling of a core. The difference you see it in other applications, like zipping/unzipping (multithreaded), videoencoding (huge difference), encryption software. But otherwise, i don't see difference. I could feel difference between Athlon 640 and FX8320, when the Athlon is without K10Stat. The default CnQ in AM3 feels more "slow", because the timings aren't so tight and the lowest clock is 800Mhz vs 1400Mhz. With K10Stat, you set 100ms to change P-State and the Athlon gets just as snappy.

To see difference with an Intel, you must run application that saturated an AMD core and that is poorly multithreaded (roughly, you need 2 AMD cores for 1 Intel). I see it like this: Intel is a sports car. An 8 Vishera is a power truck.

I get what you mean.

For everyday usage I do find the Vishera very satisfying. smile.gif
But where I find it lags is in games (especially badly optimized) which use 2 cores for example.

I never use CnQ anyway so it is always snappy. biggrin.gif
There is CCC though, where you can set the min clock speed. Right?
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Reminds of me of the film "Convoy" with Kris Kristofferson. (yeah, i am a cinefile). I first watched that on television when i was a boy and loved power trucks since then. thumb.gif
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I like this visual even better biggrin.gif

Ha ha ha.
Epic. lachen.gif
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That's what I like best about the Vishera 8 core, they run rings around any of the other processors I have in the desktop. Not sure what the advantage is, but clockspeed doesn't really effect it that much, the advantage is there even when comparing stock FX8xxx vs overclocked i 7's. The 6800k I have is very similar to my i 7's in the desktop - I'd be hard pressed to know the difference.
I hope Zen offers the same nimble feel in the desktop.

Weird, right?
I am also curious about Zen. There hasn't been much news about it, has it?
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@undervolter I also have 4790k that I really have not played with. Waiting on money mostly for that build. And my 3930k.

It is 4.8ghz 2400c10 quad channel mem 100% stable. And I feel the same.

By all rights 4.8 is a pretty great chip but most Sandy bridge chips either the memory controller is good or the clock is good. Mine does both. It is still feeling super slow
What are your expectations? I would recommend a ud5 at min and a clc 240 min.
I really don't think her is a good solution for you sadly
You can boot in 2 seconds on amd or intel mine is around 10 I need to update the 295x2 bios

Hmm, I hadn't really expected that.
Then again I make my conclusions out of the performance of i5 or i7's in games. Its fact that they have (in most games) a decent boost with my GPU.

What do you think about ram speed if we talk Vishera? I have my G.Skill tuned down so I could take some voltage of the cpu and cpu-nb.
What should be faster overal? I now have 4.8ghz with 1866 c8. Can up the voltage and go for 2133 c8 but I don't find much of a difference.
    
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Guess me need to point out boot times comparison were done using same components such as SSD, GPU, sans MB, CPU, Memory used.... rolleyes.gif
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@undervolter I also have 4790k that I really have not played with. Waiting on money mostly for that build. And my 3930k.

It is 4.8ghz 2400c10 quad channel mem 100% stable. And I feel the same.

By all rights 4.8 is a pretty great chip but most Sandy bridge chips either the memory controller is good or the clock is good. Mine does both. It is still feeling super slow
What are your expectations? I would recommend a ud5 at min and a clc 240 min.
I really don't think her is a good solution for you sadly
You can boot in 2 seconds on amd or intel mine is around 10 I need to update the 295x2 bios

Interesting. You mean that you don't feel the Intels to be very snappy too?

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I agree. It feels very snappy always.

But about booting, mine is fast but I've seen much faster on my intern ship working with pc's everyday. Some i7 systems booted in less then 5 seconds.
I get what you mean.

I think there might be a slight misunderstanding here on what is "boot". For example, from Win8 and above, there is the instant "boot", which isn't a boot. It's hybernation under disguise. So you get few seconds boot. Also in Win7, some motherboards have a more "boosted" boot mode.
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For everyday usage I do find the Vishera very satisfying. smile.gif
But where I find it lags is in games (especially badly optimized) which use 2 cores for example.

I never use CnQ anyway so it is always snappy. biggrin.gif
There is CCC though, where you can set the min clock speed. Right?

I think in CCC you can set only the max clock speed, but i am not sure, i don't use that thing, i only use AMD MsrTweaker. For daily operations, everything from AM3 (with K10Stat) and beyond, are extremely snappy. You also get a lot of satisfaction using multithreaded software. When you do video encoding, you can really pat yourself on the back on a smart investment. biggrin.gif And if you are not a gamer, there isn't any problem either. I only play RPG "new" games, but even there, i don't like most. I liked DAO, i didn't like DAI. I now play Skyrim, which by the look of it, i will be playing for months or year. After that, i must play Oblivion. After that, i will probably go back to Europa Universalis IV and Shogun II. Pretty much these are all the "new" games i play and the way i play things, they will last me for several years and FX has no problem with any of them. I actually finished DAI with the FX at stock speed and HD6570 (low, with medium textures). If i play it again, i will now be able to run it on better graphics and fully patched (i got tired of the game and its bugs and abbandonded it already after the first 4 patches or so), but i just don't see me playing it much... It's not DAO...It's a skyrimified and dumbed down DAO. So, for the stuff i play, FX is just fine... I 've never played any online game ever either, so i don't even care about the complaints that in online games FX isn't good.

What i really love with the FX, is the capability to run at the same time multiple heavy tasks without giving you problems. Like, you can play a game and have x264 encoding and the game seems unaffected. Or you can decrypt a BR, encode and watch a movie, while you are downloading. You never feel that this CPU is choking, even if it's 100% load.

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What do you think about ram speed if we talk Vishera? I have my G.Skill tuned down so I could take some voltage of the cpu and cpu-nb.
What should be faster overal? I now have 4.8ghz with 1866 c8. Can up the voltage and go for 2133 c8 but I don't find much of a difference.
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For what it's worth, i had ran some tests between 1333 C8 vs 1600 C9 and in real things, the difference was virtually zero. There was a difference in Memmax and single digit in 3DMark (within margins of error), zero difference in shogun, zero difference in desktop feeling... So i doubt it's any different with higher clocks either.
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Interesting. You mean that you don't feel the Intels to be very snappy too?
I think there might be a slight misunderstanding here on what is "boot". For example, from Win8 and above, there is the instant "boot", which isn't a boot. It's hybernation under disguise. So you get few seconds boot. Also in Win7, some motherboards have a more "boosted" boot mode.
I think in CCC you can set only the max clock speed, but i am not sure, i don't use that thing, i only use AMD MsrTweaker. For daily operations, everything from AM3 (with K10Stat) and beyond, are extremely snappy. You also get a lot of satisfaction using multithreaded software. When you do video encoding, you can really pat yourself on the back on a smart investment. biggrin.gif And if you are not a gamer, there isn't any problem either. I only play RPG "new" games, but even there, i don't like most. I liked DAO, i didn't like DAI. I now play Skyrim, which by the look of it, i will be playing for months or year. After that, i must play Oblivion. After that, i will probably go back to Europa Universalis IV and Shogun II. Pretty much these are all the "new" games i play and the way i play things, they will last me for several years and FX has no problem with any of them. I actually finished DAI with the FX at stock speed and HD6570 (low, with medium textures). If i play it again, i will now be able to run it on better graphics and fully patched (i got tired of the game and its bugs and abbandonded it already after the first 4 patches or so), but i just don't see me playing it much... It's not DAO...It's a skyrimified and dumbed down DAO. So, for the stuff i play, FX is just fine... I 've never played any online game ever either, so i don't even care about the complaints that in online games FX isn't good.

What i really love with the FX, is the capability to run at the same time multiple heavy tasks without giving you problems. Like, you can play a game and have x264 encoding and the game seems unaffected. Or you can decrypt a BR, encode and watch a movie, while you are downloading. You never feel that this CPU is choking, even if it's 100% load.

Actually I was talking about a system that was just brought in the store for us to inspect, so that was a cold boot. Would be cool it would still be in hibernation that way. biggrin.gif
But I get your point. Personally I never use hibernation, sleep, whatever. I keep having issues with the system not waking up etc. So I just stopped using it all together.

I don't like CCC either. But I do some settings there, like VSR. But I know for sure you can set the max and min clocks. But again, I just have them both at 100%. The amount of energy you safe is very small anyway. If you don't want to waste too much energy don't go desktop IMO. tongue.gif

Totally agree with you on the multitasking. This chip shines there. smile.gif
But... I am a gamer and I do notice some disadvantages there but still it manages. Even online games, no problem. I mostly play Counter-Strike anyway and that game is ancient. tongue.gif
With GTA on the other hand I do notice the lack of core performance. But it is playable. Just won't use the full potential of my OC'ed r9 290 Tri-X.
    
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For what it's worth, i had ran some tests between 1333 C8 vs 1600 C9 and in real things, the difference was virtually zero. There was a difference in Memmax and single digit in 3DMark (within margins of error), zero difference in shogun, zero difference in desktop feeling... So i doubt it's any different with higher clocks either.

IMO, 1333CL8 = 1600CL9 = 1866CL10 etc..... in terms of user experience without looking into Benchmarks. The plateau changes as you go higher and tighter like 2133CL9 and 2400 CL10.
The increased bandwidth achievable gets negated by the longer latency they introduce.

BTW,

can you guys share your techniques in slimming down Windows? Say Win7. And optimisation for best moolah if you can. tongue.gif
gotta try HWBOT on Novice Nimble with AMD Benches and hopefully help OCN's HWBOT Team.. biggrin.gif
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Actually I was talking about a system that was just brought in the store for us to inspect, so that was a cold boot. Would be cool it would still be in hibernation that way. biggrin.gif
But I get your point. Personally I never use hibernation, sleep, whatever. I keep having issues with the system not waking up etc. So I just stopped using it all together.

Yeah, one of the first things i do after format, is disable in registry hybernation. I only put sleep on the monitor, never on the PC itself, as i often use it unattended to encode video and i don't want to risk any interruptions or bugs.

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I don't like CCC either. But I do some settings there, like VSR. But I know for sure you can set the max and min clocks. But again, I just have them both at 100%. The amount of energy you safe is very small anyway. If you don't want to waste too much energy don't go desktop IMO. tongue.gif

I only go to CCC once, when i install fresh Windows, to make sure that none of AMD's "enhancement" crap is enabled (brighter whites and the rest of the crap galore that alters video image). I only keep deinterlacing with pulldown enabled. The rest is an abomination to video purists. I have also used the new "limit FPS" feature. I will probably use VSR too, but haven't yet.

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IMO, 1333CL8 = 1600CL9 = 1866CL10 etc..... in terms of user experience without looking into Benchmarks. The plateau changes as you go higher and tighter like 2133CL9 and 2400 CL10.
The increased bandwidth achievable gets negated by the longer latency they introduce.

Makes sense i guess...
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BTW,

can you guys share your techniques in slimming down Windows? Say Win7. And optimisation for best moolah if you can. tongue.gif
gotta try HWBOT on Novice Nimble with AMD Benches and hopefully help OCN's HWBOT Team.. biggrin.gif

What i like in Win7, is that exactly i don't have to do much to have it run the way i like it. I just disable auto-defrag (sometimes it remains enabled despite the SSD), disable all unused services, untick all the "remote management" crap in advanced system settings, as well as restore points, Windows defender, disable hybernation in registry, fix a WMI error (eventID 10) in event screen that is repeating forever even after a clean install, apply a MS FixIt that solves eventID 4107, disable all "Customer Experience" MS spyware in task scheduler and finally make probably the most important thing for responsiveness: adjust the visual settings, in this way:




^ This gives Win7, a more snappy, XPish feeling. My main problem when passing from XP to 7, was exactly that it was feeling laggy. After much experimentation, i ended up with the above combo, that give eyecandy (no Win9/10 flatopia), but retain a windows responsiveness that reminds me XP era.

That's all... I install a 3rd party weather gadget, since the one in Win7 often doesn't work and i am ready to go. Which is why i don't see me changing OS anytime soon. I don't want to spend hours disabling tiles and app shops and clouds and i don't know what other crap MS has put in Win10.
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Win10 is actually quite good. More 7ish than 8 or 8.1ish. lol

Thanks for those. I just set it to Best Performance and enable Aero themes.

Now comes, Driver Downloads on 100kbps down speed. biggrin.gif
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Win10 is actually quite good. More 7ish than 8 or 8.1ish. lol

Thanks for those. I just set it to Best Performance and enable Aero themes.

Now comes, Driver Downloads on 100kbps down speed. biggrin.gif

Win10 may be whatever it likes, but more than PC enthusiast, i have been PC security enthusiast, although in the last years i don't follow things closely. And installing something like Win10, would go against everything i was striving for, since i was teenager, when i first came into contact with security. Not to mention, i hate the various "app stores", the "online Microsoft accounts", the "cloud storage" and i don't know what other crap they 've put, which i 'd have to disable everytime i format... No, thanks. In Win7, i have a cumulative patch package dating back to April 2015 and this is the last patch to Win7 i will ever apply. No pop ups to upgrade to Win10, no new "telemetry", nothing. I can already see me staying with Win7 up to 2025. If by then programs simply don't run on it anymore, i hope i will be ready for Linux, at least for basic things and keep Win7 for retrogaming.
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FFXIV benchmarked
score20151007164921.txt 5k .txt file

Random BL2 fraps info had fps averages similar to this one, but I have no idea what settings or even what hardware I was running at the time with my FX 8xxx


I'll see if I can get my son to play for a while with me and get some meaningful fps data for you.

Nice! Thanks for the info. I'll have to run the FFXIV benchmark on mine, and compare our stats.
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@undervolter I also have 4790k that I really have not played with. Waiting on money mostly for that build. And my 3930k.

It is 4.8ghz 2400c10 quad channel mem 100% stable. And I feel the same.

By all rights 4.8 is a pretty great chip but most Sandy bridge chips either the memory controller is good or the clock is good. Mine does both. It is still feeling super slow
What are your expectations? I would recommend a ud5 at min and a clc 240 min.
I really don't think her is a good solution for you sadly
You can boot in 2 seconds on amd or intel mine is around 10 I need to update the 295x2 bios

Exactly! I am not certain what is going on with their Intel machines but, I have a 6700k based system at home and it screams! Programs load faster than before, the boot time is about the same but everything is noticeably quicker. This is saying something too considering when I was running the FX 8350 and Asrock Extreme 9, it was already pretty fast. Now I run the FX 8350 at work since I need more cores there and will probably wait for Zen or Skylake - E before upgrading there. smile.gif
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