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2 cores/2 threads, there is one module running only.

I noticed that right after I posted a 2nd time, just curious how would you chill the water. peltier plate's would cause too much condensation. I dont know another way to do it. *note I have been out of it for a while. Maybe pour it into the loop straight from the freezer right before it freezes?

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That is....... Not far fetched at all. I was able to hit near 5.4 Ghz accross all 4 modules with my own 8350 and water loop @ 1.6v. So 5.85 @ almost 1.7 volts with 1 module disabled is not surprising at all.

Do you know what that amounts to in terms of performance? say against maybe a first gen I7 or a 2600k with it overclocked like that? and how much voltage in numbers does that eat up? I forget the formulas

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It looks like it might have even been done with an H80 and -1C ambients....


yeah I didn't see anything else but the H80, but it is partially blocked.
Edited by turkmenbashi - 5/3/13 at 1:00pm
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I noticed that right after I posted a 2nd time, just curious how would you chill the water. peltier plate's would cause too much condensation. I dont know another way to do it. *note I have been out of it for a while.
Do you know what that amounts to in terms of performance? say against maybe a first gen I7 or a 2600k with it overclocked like that? and how much voltage in numbers does that eat up? I forget the formulas
yeah I didn't see anything else but the H80, but it is partially blocked.
I think for every 50% increase in clockspeed 50% in power consumption and every 1V = 400% (over 1V) so 0.1V over a volt is 40% or something like that. The voltage one could be wrong though
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I noticed that right after I posted a 2nd time, just curious how would you chill the water. peltier plate's would cause too much condensation. I dont know another way to do it. *note I have been out of it for a while. Maybe pour it into the loop straight from the freezer right before it freezes?

It could have very well been done with the H80 and a "SlushBox" like OCN's own Slappa did.....

http://www.overclock.net/t/775713/slappas-slushbox-phenom-ii-1090t-x6-4-8ghz-4-25ghz-p95-stable



However, that guys Ambients were 33 degrees Fahrenheit. No need for a slush box with those kinds of temps.
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....and how much voltage in numbers does that eat up? I forget the formulas
yeah I didn't see anything else but the H80, but it is partially blocked.

I havent done any testing at stock speeds, but @ 4.5Ghz, my entire PC uses 68 Watts at the wall while idle, and 250 Watts under 100% Prime95 load. Cinebench 11.5 scores were 5.76 for multi thread, and 1.20 for single thread performance.

My system consists of a 970 Extreme 3, a Dual Layer DVD burner, and 7200 rpm HD, a 212 Evo in Push Pull Configuration, 3 case fans, a pci wifi card, HD 5450 Video Card, and a Corsair 500 watt power supply.
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http://www.legitreviews.com/article/1978/13/ "Redneck water cooling setup" Actually works better than on air!
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However, that guys Ambients were 33 degrees Fahrenheit. No need for a slush box with those kinds of temps.
I havent done any testing at stock speeds, but @ 4.5Ghz, my entire PC uses 68 Watts at the wall while idle, and 250 Watts under 100% Prime95 load. Cinebench 11.5 scores were 5.76 for multi thread, and 1.20 for single thread performance.

My system consists of a 970 Extreme 3, a Dual Layer DVD burner, and 7200 rpm HD, a 212 Evo in Push Pull Configuration, 3 case fans, a pci wifi card, HD 5450 Video Card, and a Corsair 500 watt power supply.
That is quite alot of power into the CPU O_o 8120 is it? I'm not surprised then tongue.gif
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it says 5.8ghz on 1.452V
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http://www.legitreviews.com/article/1978/13/ "Redneck water cooling setup" Actually works better than on air!
That is quite alot of power into the CPU O_o 8120 is it? I'm not surprised then tongue.gif

Same concept! Slushbox sounds so much better than "Red Neck," water cooling though tongue.gif

No, thats for a 6300. I really need to update my rig in the sig, but Im constantly changing stuff, so its almost pointless. At 68 watts the CPU is almost completely off (CE1/C6 States). While completely awake, it will use 100 Watts, so it will use 150 Watts more at load. 250 watts at load is for the entire system (P95 Blend) not just the CPU. I think thats pretty good actually...
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No, thats for a 6300. I really need to update my rig in the sig, but Im constantly changing stuff, so its almost pointless. At 68 watts the CPU is almost completely off (CE1/C6 States). While completely awake, it will use 100 Watts, so it will use 150 Watts more at load. 250 watts at load is for the entire system (P95 Blend) not just the CPU. I think thats pretty good actually...

that is pretty good


thanks for all the reply's, you guys were a lot of help
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it says 5.8ghz on 1.452V

I was wondering about that too, however in the original post:

http://hwbot.org/submission/2344795_pequenos_mojos_cpu_frequency_fx_6350_5856.71_mhz

He says at the bottom he used 1.65V on Vcore

oops, double post. sorry

@2advanced, the slush box was really nifty.
Edited by turkmenbashi - 5/4/13 at 2:31pm
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I really want to know how these overclock in comparison to the FX-6300.
Does the FX-6350 use the same revised Piledriver cores as the soon to be released Richland APU's?

The A10-6800k will now be clocked over 4.1Ghz stock and they were able to maintain the 100w TDP with the IGP.
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Actually works better than on air!
Unless the air is cooler than the ice then thats what should be expected right?
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