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Can you back that up with benchmarks?

8 hours stability, even better lower cache VID and AUTO input voltage wheee.gif

Multiplier x49 - 1.310VID
Multiplier x46 - 1.290VID
CPU Input Voltage AUTO

Higher cache feels is amazing, especially in games in my opinion. Negligible in benching.

Edited by Thrillsy - 5/17/15 at 1:25am
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hm aida64 is poor tester.
Go for RB brah ! redface.gif
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8 hours stability, even better lower cache VID and AUTO input voltage wheee.gif

Multiplier x49 - 1.310VID
Multiplier x46 - 1.290VID
CPU Input Voltage AUTO

Higher cache feels is amazing, especially in games in my opinion. Negligible in benching.

Hm well if there's an in-game difference, that should be quantifiable via some sort of in-game benchmark, surely?
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hm aida64 is poor tester.
Go for RB brah ! redface.gif
Even real bench doesn't really prove a great deal by itself. I would personally test for stability with a number of different programs such XTU,IBT,OCCT,Real Bench,Intel processor diagnostic tool etc...not just rely on one test since they all test in different ways.
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Even real bench doesn't really prove a great deal by itself. I would personally test for stability with a number of different programs such XTU,IBT,OCCT,Real Bench,Intel processor diagnostic tool etc...not just rely on one test since they all test in different ways.
Well I tried all of them and I can say if the cpu passes 10x H264 RB bench or 15 mins OCCT:CPU large data set it pretty much stable. These two programs show instability much faster than any other and definitely its not aida64 smile.gif
So my recommendation is occt:CPU large data set(30-60mins) + real bench(stress for >1hours or 10x H264 bench).thumb.gif
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Well I tried all of them and I can say if the cpu passes 10x H264 RB bench or 15 mins OCCT:CPU large data set it pretty much stable. These two programs show instability much faster than any other and definitely its not aida64 smile.gif
So my recommendation is occt:CPU large data set(30-60mins) + real bench(stress for >1hours or 10x H264 bench).thumb.gif
Fair enough everyone has a different idea on stability,I have had mine for roughly 4 months now never had a blue screen so as far as I'm concerned it's stable.
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hm aida64 is poor tester.
Go for RB brah ! redface.gif

I'm satisfied with my results, i use it to game, stream and render with absolutely no issues what so ever. For me its closure on stability. thumb.gif
Edited by Thrillsy - 5/17/15 at 9:49am
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Hm well if there's an in-game difference, that should be quantifiable via some sort of in-game benchmark, surely?

I Haven't tested it on any gaming benchmarks as of yet but i will say is, what i feel isn't an increase in FPS, its the game its self while streaming it feels extremely smooth while playing my game, i often question whether or not my OBS crashed and its not streaming because its that fluid @ 4600MHz.
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Anyone know how risky delidding and putting under a H60 would be in terms of cracking the die? I can't imagine the H60 needing alot of mounting pressure to make good contact.

I mean Athlon XPs used the have quite large heatsinks mounted directly onto that tiny die of theres. Even the stop HSF required alot of pressure to fasten,
Edited by Bryst - 5/17/15 at 6:17am
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Anyone know how risky delidding and putting under a H60 would be in terms of cracking the die? I can imagine the H60 needing alot of mounting pressure to make good contact.

I mean Athlon XPs used the have quite large heatsinks mounted directly onto that tiny die of theres. Even the stop HSF required alot of pressure to fasten,
only 2-3c delta for going direct die. Hardly worth the risk of cracking the die. I cracked a 4670k doing that with an h110.

Just do a delid and use clp on die and gelid extreme on the ihs.
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