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Not trying to derail the thread, but I'm doing a down grade and I need some numbers.

How does your Phenom X4 clock? What cooling? What mobo?

I'm trying to downgrade to a Phenom X4 965BE and hopefully it won't be that much of a down grade once OCed.
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A drowngrade from what?
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The i5 2400.
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In games a massive difference.
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I'm a big AMD fan and have been since the K6 days, but with AMD now putting it's money and time into APU's (that I'm not totally sold on) I am looking at moving over to Intel with the release of Broadwell next year if AMD doesn't release a next gen. CPU to the FX series.

I don't know much about OCing Intel processors and I'm a little stuck on how much motherboard the upcoming Broadwell will take to OC into the mid to high 4ghz range or even 5ghz. I'm looking at just replacing my 8350/Asus Sabertooth MB and dropping the Intel parts into my sig rig.

I love the AMD version of the Asus Sabertooth MB and looking to pickup the Z97 Intel version of the Sabertooth and this little Pentium dual core processor until Broadwell is released.

Will the Sabertooth do well at OCing with Broadwell?

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Great topic man. What are you using to record the footage without the massive performance hit from fraps?

Mem seems happy @ 2600 cas 10 biggrin.gif

Edited by C-BuZz - 7/31/14 at 1:48am
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Originally Posted by TheLAWNOOB View Post

Not trying to derail the thread, but I'm doing a down grade and I need some numbers.

How does your Phenom X4 clock? What cooling? What mobo?

I'm trying to downgrade to a Phenom X4 965BE and hopefully it won't be that much of a down grade once OCed.

Nah no problem.

I got it to clock to 3.9GHz at 1.485v, and 4GHz at 1.52v, 4GHz eventually became too hot and would lead to throttling if it was stressed too hard, I could run 4GHz for my Watch Dogs performance analysis as the ambient temps were lower to cope with the heat.
I couldn't do it for this thread as the throttling would likely affect my test results which I couldn't have, I could do it for the Watch Dogs thread as it ran cooler due to the ambient temps.

4.2GHz would require over 1.55v, and I couldn't get 4.3GHz to boot at 1.6v IIRC.
I was using a Arctic Freezer 7 Pro Rev.2 on the Phenom II, and when it ran over 65c the CPU would throttle, a better cooler would of likely kept the temps down but AFAIK 1.55v was the max safe voltage for the Phenom II processors, I wanted to keep the volts for both processors within their safe limits.
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I’ve been benchmarking for a couple of days with my Phenom II X4 B55 @3.9GHz, pushing it to the max stable clock and temperatures I could manage without it throttling due to temperatures

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Great topic man. What are you using to record the footage without the massive performance hit from fraps?

Mem seems happy @ 2600 cas 10 biggrin.gif

Thanks!
I use Shadowplay, it uses Nvidia's built-in encoder on select Kepler and Maxwell GPUs.
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