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Prelude to the great price collapse...

Microcenter: FX8320E $89.99.

http://www.microcenter.com/product/437624/FX_8320E_Black_Edition_32GHz_Eight-Core_Socket_AM3_Boxed_Processor

Lucky Americans...

I got mine for that price with a $50 credit off my motherboard when bundled last black friday. Some people on here are saying FX chips are dinosaurs...im more inclined to believe they will continue to age well.
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I got mine for that price with a $50 credit off my motherboard when bundled last black friday. Some people on here are saying FX chips are dinosaurs...im more inclined to believe they will continue to age well.

 

Yep, it's an older platform certainly and I'm looking forward to Zen, but Vishera holds up well. I haven't got any complaints with my PD rigs particularly gaming at 4k where the 6700k I've got doesn't really make much of a difference. I'm actually selling that 6700k to a friend on the cheap as I'd rather go Zen with Vega or Big Pascal on the next machine I build. Skylake is great but I just don't have a need for it at the moment and my 8370 is more than sufficient for gaming.


Edited by SuperZan - 7/10/16 at 4:28pm
     
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hey guys here is how to save ur power make bios all ato voltage and get it to 4.5 stabole then use amd over drive to kook it ferder ur main bios thinks that its on auto voltage wile u uping it in overdrive rolleyes.gif


Amp, epu power saving mode, 0-1 parked, c1.cool-quit, all functions and fetters on maximum power saving lol.
But under loud occt 4.850 mhz 1.55 v allot or not? im guessing my sillicon lottery is not a winner.
The voltage u gave me helped allot thx man, How can i give u a blue fire star ?biggrin.gif for the welp u changed a gamer in to a enthusiast coz i swear i can feel and hear how my pc is moving the electricity tongue.gif

btw: dint find cpu llc and nb llc coz im on chrosshair iv formula not extreme redface.gif lol my mb is like 20$ or somthing like that if u find it lol cheap maybe i can go hier with this new rad i got ? + i think skylake 6700k is overkill to lol u can run 2 gaming comps with it i think.
occt ran for 10 min ill run 10 hours tonight but i think it will pass graduated.gif thx for schooling me again ty ty ty

i really hope the zen gonna have good grafix coz i want inlet to have a apu to, and this amd vs intel is not a war at all u actually get what u pay for in preference wise
Edited by herpderpsky - 7/10/16 at 9:36pm
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Correct my self? Where did that come from? thinking.gif

1. 9-11-9-27-2T - default XMP for a Kingston HyperX, Beast, etc 1866. What timings does your kit have? You either can't remember or simply have no idea what you were buying.

2. Second, latency is measured in ns, timings are in clock cycles. 9 cycles at 1866 is 9.65ns, 10 cycles at 2133 is 9.38ns

Show a data to back this up. You surely have an idea how cache will dramatically alter these parameters.

#1 A kit of cheap G.Skill 1866 I bought in 2012 has 9-10-9-28 timings and will operate at 8-8-8-24 with some fine tuning.

#2 MATH, learn to do it. You can calculate what 1 cycle is in ns and then multiply that by the number of cycles. Timing data is stored as ns values in the SPD ROM as well, if you look at the raw SPD data you can get a much better idea of what timings to use for your memory for all 10 or so major values for a given clockspeed.

If you cant math, here is a table of clock speed/CL VS ns latency.

Memory timings vs latency are calculated for the memory itself in a vacuum. The IMC/cache add their own latency to this value, and these values change depending on what memory divider you use and what speed the IMC, cache, and core are running at. When you have two devices at dissimilar speeds you will not necessarily get 100% efficiency due to buffering between the two, which is where the "IMC must be equal to or greater than DRAM data speed" rule/suggestion comes from.

The IMC/cache to core latency is not affected by memory timings, the only thing influenced by memory timings is main memory access. This is why some loads dont gain from more memory bandwidth or better latency. They fully fit in the L1/L2/L3 cache and only sporadically hit the main system memory. Tasks which operate on data streaming in from the main system memory most of the time will display performance gains or losses with different timings or memory speeds up to the point that the core cant consume any more data than what it is being fed.
Edited by KarathKasun - 7/10/16 at 8:38pm
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Pfft G-Skill..... Just give me the FAST memory. wink.gif

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Pfft G-Skill..... Just give me the FAST memory. wink.gif
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Thats a high CPU-NB and good latency for 2800. thumb.gif

How far sub ambient is that?
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That's on air cooling.

And it's not an AMD processor. you can tell by the tRFC which isn't displayed with AMD chips.

I pulled a fast one for grins. Some times this thread gets over heated with too much non sense.
Edited by ShrimpBrime - 7/10/16 at 10:53pm
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And? biggrin.gif

Pretty loose for skylake. Isn't it?
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I wish it where a sky lake. I'd be in my air ship throwing a party. Unfortunately it is a Haswell i5 4690K. It was in my poor man's budget.....
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Pretty loose for Isn't it?

The Memory calls for Cas 13-14-14. But I run the sticks at 12 instead. 4.2ghz on the stock air cooler daily.
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yeah , I missed the DDR3.

Pretty good. Which kit is that?
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