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post #51 of 68
run AIDA64 in the background to actively log cat CPU throttling, if your CPU is throttling then
either your motherboard is crap or your PSU

which to be very honest with you both are equally as bad.

they simply can't provide enough power to the 8 core BEAST.

don't blame your CPU
post #52 of 68
Hey guy im crap at school have no training but look i help better than people with Knowledge my build is rock solid Ok my psu is with crap capacitor i know it cant last 10 years.. but i knew it... It A corsair rm650 i call it crap and it 10000000 million better than his psu


5 years warantly btw



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THE PSU IS THE PROBLEM! BURN IT WITH FIRE BEFORE IT STARTS ALL YOUR OTHER CRAP ON FIRE!!
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THE PSU IS THE PROBLEM! BURN IT WITH FIRE BEFORE IT STARTS ALL YOUR OTHER CRAP ON FIRE!!
i think the house already burned
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Most Wanted is the worst optimised NFS for PC that ever existed. I am sorry to say but you are not going to get much out of that game at all, my system holds it at about 50 FPS on the newest update but even friends of mine who have the I7 4770k and a 770 are getting the same as me or 5-15 fps better.
EDIT: Also, I see a bad PSU?

Yeah i was very disappointed to when i tried NFS Most wanted

post #56 of 68
Ya I play Crysis 3 on ultra with a 6300 so I don't think the CPU is the problem. I'd have to agree with all the other guys on this one and look in to that excuse of a PSU< sorry but PSU's are critical.
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It's not possible for it to be a CPU problem because you have so many cores. I mean, wow, look at all those cores. Impossible to bottleneck on all that.


Really guys?

A PD core has 2 Arithmetic Logic Units per core. That's Pentium M era execution resources.

We can buy a haswell celeron for $50 with 4 ALUs per core that achieves higher IPS per core than an FX-8320 at stock clocks. Having a whole crap ton of cores is pointless if none of them can achieve high enough IPS to leave overhead for draw calls in CPU intensive real-time workloads that are restricted to only a few threads.

Stock clocked FX-8320/6300 have lightly threaded performance characteristics from 2008. There is nothing unusual about having performance problems in WoW or other lightly threaded real-time workloads on a PileDriver CPU. It should be expected. People report these frustrations all the time. It's a poor CPU choice for those workloads. Blame it on the game if you want but that won't make the FX chip any better at dealing with it.


Options?

Overclock the snot out of it, consider disabling the worst offending module to reduce peak dissipation and achieve higher clocks. If you can get a module docked FX-8320 to a fixed 5ghz you'll have single threaded performance comparable to to a SandyBridge i5-2400 or Haswell Pentium G3220. That's usually enough to ease some of the frustrations caused by poor per-core performance on PD.
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post #58 of 68
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It's not possible for it to be a CPU problem because you have so many cores. I mean, wow, look at all those cores. Impossible to bottleneck on all that.


Really guys?

A PD core has 2 Arithmetic Logic Units per core. That's Pentium M era execution resources.

We can buy a haswell celeron for $50 with 4 ALUs per core that achieves higher IPS per core than an FX-8320 at stock clocks. Having a whole crap ton of cores is pointless if none of them can achieve high enough IPS to leave overhead for draw calls in CPU intensive real-time workloads that are restricted to only a few threads.

Stock clocked FX-8320/6300 have lightly threaded performance characteristics from 2008. There is nothing unusual about having performance problems in WoW or other lightly threaded real-time workloads on a PileDriver CPU. It should be expected. People report these frustrations all the time. It's a poor CPU choice for those workloads.

I usually agree with you hands down but that last comment is somewhat exaggerated, sorry I gotta say it. FX isn't as bad as people make it out to be in single thread, is it great no but not nearly as bad. People always say FX can't do 60+ in skyrim, SC2 and other single thread titles. If this is true why do I get 60+ in skyrim, SC2 and other single thread titles ?
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It's not possible for it to be a CPU problem because you have so many cores. I mean, wow, look at all those cores. Impossible to bottleneck on all that.


Really guys?

A PD core has 2 Arithmetic Logic Units per core. That's Pentium M era execution resources.

We can buy a haswell celeron for $50 with 4 ALUs per core that achieves higher IPS per core than an FX-8320 at stock clocks. Having a whole crap ton of cores is pointless if none of them can achieve high enough IPS to leave overhead for draw calls in CPU intensive real-time workloads that are restricted to only a few threads.

Stock clocked FX-8320/6300 have lightly threaded performance characteristics from 2008. There is nothing unusual about having performance problems in WoW or other lightly threaded real-time workloads on a PileDriver CPU. It should be expected. People report these frustrations all the time. It's a poor CPU choice for those workloads.

I usually agree with you hands down but that last comment is somewhat exaggerated, sorry I gotta say it. FX isn't as bad as people make it out to be in single thread, is it great no but not nearly as bad. People always say FX can't do 60+ in skyrim, SC2 and other single thread titles. If this is true why do I get 60+ in skyrim, SC2 and other single thread titles ?

I agree. I went from i7 920 at 4ghz to 5ghz fx 8350 and expected to lose SC2 performance, but it was actually better. 4m/4c and one core per compute unit seems to help a bunch as well.
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I'm not exaggerating at all. SC2 and Skyrim both have variable CPU workloads depending on conditions. My Athlon II Propus under-clocked to 2GHZ could get 60FPS in SC2. Laptops achieve 60FPS in SC2 all the time. Without including some *conditions* for those claims it is pretty meaningless. Get the unit counts soaring in high player count games and even an i7-4770K@5ghz drops to 30-40FPS regardless of GPU. The conditions that bring Haswell @ 5ghz down to 40FPS in SC2 will bring a stock clocked FX -8320/6300 to 15-20FPS.

WoW will do 150FPS on a stock clocked AMD rig, bring it into a RAID and it dips to 20FPS, All CPUs suffer these CPU related performance dips in this game, PDs weak per-thread performance means deeper FPS dips compared to the competition. It is what it is.


I'm not sure why it is surprising to hear me say that PD has per-thread performance from 2008. Wolfdale was released January 2008. A Core2 core's 6 execution ports provide access to more execution resources than a PD core (The mixed function core2 ports provide access to approximately 3xALU + 2xFPU + dedicated store/read ports on each core).

The only advantage to a PD core over core2/nahalem in terms of performance today is support for a few newer instructions, none of which will help anyone who is trying to run these games. If we compare the pros and cons of Core2 architecture to PD architecture it becomes obvious that PD is late to the party with a lot of it's features. They have a lot in common in terms of vector execution latency, penalties, etc. A PD module has a more robust front end servicing a core and better system memory access, while core2 has much lower cache latency. These issues sort of become a wash, and we wind up with a difference in IPC/C that points to execution resources as the primary source of the variance. PD overcomes its limitations with higher clocks, resulting in IPS/C that is very similar to Core2/Nahalem era CPUs.

A Core2Duo ~3.2ghz will run many of these lightly threaded games with the same performance as an FX-6300/8320 at stock clocks.
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