Originally Posted by rdr09
the op's zosma is oc'ed to 3.8 unlocked using stock voltage. 4GHz with the right board would be easy. those benches were done at stock. like i said, the 6300 will have to be oc'ed higher to match a 4GHz zosma.
you want the op to bring his/her zosma to stock? to only upgrade path from that zosma is an 8300 chip.
So what you mean to say is that the FX 6300 at stock of 3.5Ghz would beat the Phenom II x6 at stock but not when overclocked?
Don't forget that these benches were done with a Phenom II x6 1100T at 3.3Ghz. That's just 200Mhz less that the FX 6300.
So say we clock the Phenom II x6 to it's max at 4.3Ghz and the FX 6300 to it's max at 4.8Ghz. That's a 1Ghz overclock for the Phenom II x6 from stock which was already trailing behind the FX 6300 at stock.
Now the FX 6300 is at 4.8Ghz(1.3Ghz overclock). If With a 200Mhz difference the FX 6300 could beat it, with 500Mhz more it would only get a higher fps
FX 6300 at 3.5Ghz(200mhz extra) = Winner
Phenom II x6 at 3.3Ghz(200Mhz less)
Fx 6300 at 4.8Ghz(1.3Ghz overclock)
Phenom II X6 AT 3.3gHZ(1GH overclock)....If FX 6300 could pull ahead with 200Mhz extra so with 500Mhz extra it would pull ahead even more!Edited by jason387 - 9/2/13 at 9:35am