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Originally Posted by mattyfinch View Post


You do realize the total difference in electricity costs is about 80 cents a month right?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4et7kDGSRfc&list=UUNovoA9w0KnxyDP5bGrOYzg&index=15

 

That's assuming you only use the CPU at load for three hours a day.  24/7 and things add up a bit more quickly.

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That's assuming you only use the CPU at load for three hours a day.  24/7 and things add up a bit more quickly.

8 kwh in few days with my amd rig , so it's around 2.5-3 kwh per day (pc is on 24/7, and folds part-time when i'm not at it)

Few hours after work, and 10h + in weekend , 8kwh used was for around 20 hours on weekend played + some on monday after work.

Not sure how much much my folding i5 rig eats though.
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Oh and can some one please help add there weight to an argument on Toms to support me please...
http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/forum/365869-10-8350-intel-3570k#t2776243
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Originally Posted by jellybeans69 View Post


8 kwh in few days with my amd rig , so it's around 2.5-3 kwh per day (pc is on 24/7, and folds part-time when i'm not at it)

Few hours after work, and 10h + in weekend , 8kwh used was for around 20 hours on weekend played + some on monday after work.

Not sure how much much my folding i5 rig eats though.

 

Probably a fair bit more as it's on 24/7 ;) even though it pulls a bit less from the wall.

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Probably a fair bit more as it's on 24/7 wink.gif even though it pulls a bit less from the wall.

Probably close to 200-300W non-stop from wall , the reader doesn't fit in contact so until i get a different extender i can't check it/can't be arsed to swap cables/power-down the TC rig etc etc.

AMD rig pulls ~120W from wall at idle , full-setup in sig, and up to 270-280W under 100% cpu load or real world task - streaming+dota2
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Ok, got a question -

My 8350 is underwater now with an Antec Kuhler 920, and with the right fan control settings, I can push it up to 4.7 GHz, and so far it's P95 stable (it's only been running for about 20 minutes though). Core temps are maxing out at 63c, although they only reached that high for a couple seconds while the fans on the cooler were ramping up - they are pretty much staying right on 60 - 61c under full load. Socket temp seems a little high at 76c, but from what I've heard that seems to be generally considered acceptable (?).

Now, my question is, because I have LLC set to extreme and needed to set the vcore up to 1.488v to get IBT to run stable, my voltages are maxing out at 1.548v with vdroop. That seems a little high to me for a 4.7 GHz overclock, considering the max voltage AMD says is safe is 1.55v. That's what it took to get it stable though. My CPU/NB is set to 1.18v with LLC extreme on that as well. Is the voltage peaking out too high? Did I get a bad chip, or is this normal? Maybe my CPU/NB voltage is too low?

If you have any tips on how I can lower these voltages and keep it stable, that would be much appreciated!

Lower LLC to VeryHigh. A 920 should be capable of 4.8, but it looks like you're just cramming waaay too much voltage down it.
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Originally Posted by Krusher33 View Post

RE "need beefier PSU": My Rosewill Green 630W which I bought for $40 a year ago is handling 1.55v CPU (FX-8350) and 1.35v GPU (HD6970) + dual loop just fine.

It's a rosewill though. tongue.gif Besides, 630w is enough for single-GPU and always has been unless they're putting all their wattage behind the 5v rail.
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LOL... dude is on a mission to get as many people worked up as possible. tongue.gif

Exactly.

Everyone already knew the 8-core was going to beat the 4-core when all threads can be used, such as steaming. As such, I consider linking the Tek videos to be nothing more then intentionally starting a fight; keep them out of this thread. I don't care what is said in them or what they "prove", they have shown on OCN to provoke fights over and over and frankly, we know more then he does about our chips anyway. I like Logan, but those 2 videos are un-needed in this thread.

As for any intel people who don't show to own a 8300 chip and have nothing constructive to add, like svenge, get out. You are not an owner and are not requesting information or help, and thus do not belong in the owners club. Either be civil like anubis1127 has been, or go back to your own forums.

And to any club members, if there's something as obviously baiting as svenge's post, just ignore it and carry on, we don't been AMD vs Intel fights in here.
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Looks like AMD is the best overall cpu when you consider pricing. Proves you don't need a 300+ cpu for games. So if some one wants to build a killer crysis rig you tell them amd.

Thank you.. kinda glad in a way that i stirred this thread up.. haha I was curious as the intro load for Crysis 3 promotes AMD and not nvidia.. i know that its in regards to the GPU's but AMD has been trying to get a full system compatability to APU-GPU combo.

I fantasize another day where AMD surpasses Intel again.. why cause i like turmoil haha
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Hey guys, a bit off topic but I really need an answer. I'm looking to xfire my 6850 with another but has anyone tried it with an x4 pice slot? I found a chart that showed it had minimal effect, like -10% against an x16 slot. Oh and to keep it on topic, i assume I won't be having any bottleneck issues with xfire 6850's and my 8320 right? And will my PSU (corsair cx600) be able to push 2 6850's and my 8320?
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Hey guys, a bit off topic but I really need an answer. I'm looking to xfire my 6850 with another but has anyone tried it with an x4 pice slot? I found a chart that showed it had minimal effect, like -10% against an x16 slot. Oh and to keep it on topic, i assume I won't be having any bottleneck issues with xfire 6850's and my 8320 right? And will my PSU (corsair cx600) be able to push 2 6850's and my 8320?

i can't answer the first question but I can answer the second.. that answer is no there will be 0 bottlenecking. these chips can even handle 7970 quad crossfire.. I should add my personal experience is that im running Oc'd SLI 460's (which is just barley slower than those in crossfire) and I max both GPU's out before I even come close to bottlenecks.. the PSU should be able to handle it.. as I am running a 750 with everything OC'd but i would doublecheck that..
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Yes for card such is HD 6850 X4 is minimal loss. PSU is fine, botlneck NO.
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