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Why are AMD users so touchy? You guys really need to get your insecurities in check.

I posted it because that was what I upgraded from, and clearly I have no problem buying from either AMD or Intel, that was really the point I was driving across, but you guys look way too much into things.

AMD users are touchy because they're constantly prodded. If your preferences were attacked every time you said anything positive about one of them, you'd get kind of sore too.
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.... You don't have an 8300 chip, so I guess it's kind of acceptable that you don't understand this, but...

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Do you have any idea the voltage requirements to even hit 5Ghz? It's upwards of 1.525, as high as 1.575 at times. You need an H100 at bare minimum (that's with push/pull) to hold 5, and that likely won't get you into the safe zone temp wise if you actually use the entire chip, like video encoding.

Even if they mean an NH-D14, "Easy" 5Ghz on air, truly stable, is a huge deal, and world record setters (See: Likely target audience) might look seriously at these.

On topic:

That would make an epic HSA-capable server chip.

I can get my 8320 to 5.2Ghz on 1.4v with a CM 412s. smile.gif
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Why are AMD users so touchy? You guys really need to get your insecurities in check.

I posted it because that was what I upgraded from, and clearly I have no problem buying from either AMD or Intel, that was really the point I was driving across, but you guys look way too much into things.

Could've fooled me wink.gif. To me you were saying "My pentuim II 233 is soo much slower then my FX-8350 on liquid helium at 1337e+9001GHZ (not really but you get the point).
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.... You don't have an 8300 chip, so I guess it's kind of acceptable that you don't understand this, but...

FACEPALM

Do you have any idea the voltage requirements to even hit 5Ghz? It's upwards of 1.525, as high as 1.575 at times. You need an H100 at bare minimum (that's with push/pull) to hold 5, and that likely won't get you into the safe zone temp wise if you actually use the entire chip, like video encoding.

Even if they mean an NH-D14, "Easy" 5Ghz on air, truly stable, is a huge deal, and world record setters (See: Likely target audience) might look seriously at these.

On topic:

That would make an epic HSA-capable server chip.

I can get my 8320 to 5.2Ghz on 1.4v with a CM 412s. smile.gif
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Why are AMD users so touchy? You guys really need to get your insecurities in check.

I posted it because that was what I upgraded from, and clearly I have no problem buying from either AMD or Intel, that was really the point I was driving across, but you guys look way too much into things.

Could've fooled me wink.gif. To me you were saying "My pentuim II 233 is soo much slower then my FX-8350 on liquid helium at 1337e+9001GHZ (not really but you get the point).

Do more than CPU-z with it.
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http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2734781 and this is on an h80 , i can't wait to get my hands on steamroller. i don't run at this speed for daily stuff, i usually run at 4.6 for everything 24/7, sometimes when i feel the need for speed i run at 5 ghz , my fx-8350 rocks ,
post #65 of 67
Comes 5ghz stock. overclockable higher.
post #66 of 67
4.7ghz stock, Turbos to 5.0ghz , probably won't overclock very much further without real good watercooling. See THREAD
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Comes 5ghz stock. overclockable higher.
Why exactly did you revive this? tongue.gif
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