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Keep ajusting My OC, no need to increase voltage in CPU, just on step in VNB that is now to 1,32



VCPU is to 1,53 no 1,54, maybe a peak, i dont konw




3Dmark 11



http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/5584285

I'm going to keep this CPU, is powerful enough,and wait for Steamroller
Edited by Ashtyr - 1/16/13 at 1:38am
post #192 of 290
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Keep ajusting My OC, no need to increase voltage in CPU, just on step in VNB that is now to 1,32

I win!!!!

But it takes 4.8ghz to equal that Phenom II 1055T @ 4.22ghz in this bench test.

EDIT
Sorry I'm don't stable enough to run 3Dmark11 @ 4.9ghz.
EDIT #2
I was wrong. I can run at 4.9ghz with like 1.56v.

About 400 points behind in this bench on Physics Score.
So it depends on the bench test on which one wins. So I will call it a draw in my book.
Edited by dixson01974 - 1/16/13 at 2:47am
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But it takes 4.8ghz to equal that Phenom II 1055T @ 4.22ghz in this bench test.

Which is only possible in either a 95W 1055T, or a very good 125W one.

I can tell you from here that my 1055T at 4.22GHz eats SO much power that my EK Supreme HF becomes overwhelmed. And it is dumping heat to an EK Coolstream XT360. And attempting to run anything above 4.1GHz 24/7 is totally unrealistic, as I need to pump 1.53V through the chip redface.gif

Also, Cinebench loves the six full cores of Phenom II.
   
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Which is only possible in either a 95W 1055T, or a very good 125W one.

I can tell you from here that my 1055T at 4.22GHz eats SO much power that my EK Supreme HF becomes overwhelmed. And it is dumping heat to an EK Coolstream XT360. And attempting to run anything above 4.1GHz 24/7 is totally unrealistic, as I need to pump 1.53V through the chip redface.gif

Also, Cinebench loves the six full cores of Phenom II.
If I remember it should be around 7 on Cinebench.
Mine is 6.34.
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I win!!!!

But it takes 4.8ghz to equal that Phenom II 1055T @ 4.22ghz in this bench test.

EDIT
Sorry I'm don't stable enough to run 3Dmark11 @ 4.9ghz.
EDIT #2
I was wrong. I can run at 4.9ghz with like 1.56v.

About 400 points behind in this bench on Physics Score.
So it depends on the bench test on which one wins. So I will call it a draw in my book.


And that is why I will not change, if I do would need to get to the 4.8 / 5 Ghz to get the same performance, something not all PD get thumb.gif

Fx8350 is amazing, if I had a x4 would changed without thinking, but in my case the most that can happen is to stay as I am or have a little gain

At least this can serve to clarify how good are the old Phenom x6, something that much people tend to doubt lately
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And that is why I will not change, if I do would need to get to the 4.8 / 5 Ghz to get the same performance, something not all PD get thumb.gif

Fx8350 is amazing, if I had a x4 would changed without thinking, but in my case the most that can happen is to stay as I am or have a little gain

At least this can serve to clarify how good are the old Phenom x6, something that much people tend to doubt lately
But remember this start out as a 4300 vs 6300 vs Phenom II 965. The 6300 is better than a Phenom II 965. Then we change it to 6300 vs Phenom II x6.

EDIT
Overall a 8320 or 8350 wins 95% all bench test over a Phenom II x6. The only benches it will lose is single thread until you oc 4.8ghz+ and the Phenom II x6 is around 4.2ghz.
At stock speed 8320 trades blow with a Phenom II 1100T and a 8350 will kill a phenom II 1100T and this is both at stock speed.
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But remember this start out as a 4300 5GHz vs 6300 4.7GHz vs Phenom II 965 4GHz. The 6300 is better than a Phenom II 965. Then we change it to 6300 vs Phenom II x6.

your leaving out detail dixon. and you did not . . .



sorry, man.
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But remember this start out as a 4300 vs 6300 vs Phenom II 965. The 6300 is better than a Phenom II 965. Then we change it to 6300 vs Phenom II x6.


Yes, i know, in that case fx6300 is the better option , no doubt, once heavily overclocked

Even if you have to buy a new rig Fx8350 will be better option than a x6.

i was talking over my personal situation, where i can sell my 1055 and buy a 8350

And phenom x6 to 4 ghz in cinebench i think its about 1,20 and 7,15
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your leaving out detail dixon. and you did not . . .



sorry, man.
Me running on 4 cores is not the right thing to do sir. 4300 has L3 4mb and my 8320 has L3 8mb.

EDIT
We was looking at the average clock speed.
Phenom II around 4.2ghz.
PD FX 6300 around 4.7ghz.
The bench on 6300 higher than 4.7ghz. I'm basically showing that a 6300 can bet an average Phenom II 965 if it can oc higher 4.7ghz.

EDIT
Cinebench Single CPU thread is.
Phenom II X6 @ 4.22ghz is 1.27
FX-6300 @ 4.7ghz ic 1.25
So it is slightly behind it.
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i agree. these are just synthetic benches. i've seen, even the 4300, show remarkable fps in games. i miss Bubba (i don't know if you remember him). that guy before he left proved that the 6100 is a better buy than the i3. anyway, iran the test again . . .biggrin.gif

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