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Poll Results: Fx 6300 overclock beat the fx 8350 in some task

 
  • 47% (9)
    yes
  • 52% (10)
    never!
19 Total Votes  
post #21 of 26
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Originally Posted by azanimefan View Post

a buddy of mine has a golden 6300 which hit 4.7 prime stable at stock voltage... he was able to boot into windows at 5.2 on stock voltage, and his overclock topped out at 5.6 stable everyday at 1.4625... he was able to stabilize at 5.7 though it took like 1.5500 vcore, and temps were wild, it was very hard to keep it cool enough to run prime long enough for one pass. 5.8 as you can guess was out of the question, though he was able to boot into windows at it.

so some piledrivers, if you win the cpu lottery can go quite a bit further then 4.6... a friend of a friend of a friend has a 8320 up and stable at an everyday 5.5... he told me about that chip... apparently it was sorta troublesome. and strangely wouldn't even load into windows at 5.2-5.4 he, by pure blind luck and stupidity, rather then keeping shoving vcore into it to try to get into windows at 5.2, simply kept pushing the multiplier till he got to 5.5, and suddenly not only did windows load, but he only needed a slight bump in vcore to stabilize the whole thing. never heard of a chip working like that before... but it encouraged me to not stop trying when i run into a wall with a chip.

Sometimes the wall could arise by using a too high multi or fsb. That's why if you hit a wall using the multi at a certain frequency lower the multi and increase the fsb until you arrive at that same frequency and who knows it might just be stable.
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post #22 of 26
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HEy guy first evryone overclock them on cheap board so try with the high end asus and ln2 im sure it will reach 7 ghz + ;p; thumb.gif
post #23 of 26
I get higher FPS in MMO's using 1 core per compute @ 4.3Ghz than I do using all 6 cores @ 4.5Ghz. The resource sharing for Piledriver really isn't good.
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I get higher FPS in MMO's using 1 core per compute @ 4.3Ghz than I do using all 6 cores @ 4.5Ghz. The resource sharing for Piledriver really isn't good.

I've seen it mentioned you can get as much as a 20%-30% improvement in IPC by disabling the "paired" core in each core module, cutting the cores in half, to remove the scheduling issues the FX cpus have. So you might not need to disable all the cores, just half of them.

If they fix the scheduling i expect to see a 20%-30% ipc improvement in steamroller.
 
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post #25 of 26
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SO disable 1 core per module in bios and you win fps uh i pray for a amd fix biggrin.gif
post #26 of 26
It depends on how multi threaded the task is and how much you overclock both. Theoraticly FX6300 might overclock a bit further because one module produces no heat.
But in practice this might not matter much at all as the overclock thermal limit would likely be around the same. and you could always try FSB+Turbo and an NB overclock if you want more single core trough put.
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