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It's very difficult to listen to this guy....

I muted it. He kept doing the same tones over and over again with every sentence. madsmiley.png
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Kudos to AMD for providing a stock cooler that won't go straight to the trash thumb.gif.

Even if you don't plan on overclocking, it could save quite a few bucks on a build by being able to use the stock cooler without a ton of noise and heat.

I agree, its nice on the green side. Sitting here with an AMD and 3 intel coolers. Can you even throw them in the recycling bin probably not :/
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post #23 of 70
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Yes it's a good thing but this just shows that they have been selling processors with heat-sinks that weren't up to the task at stock speeds. 75c is enough to make Vishera throttle right?

Yes that's true, they were selling CPUs with bad coolers. I'm using one of them although not with the stock cooler, it's in the trash because it hardly worked, I had to underclock my 8320 to 3.2ghz to stop it from overheating. But I think they have updated the 8320 coolers as well. My friend got an 8320 about 6 months after I did, and the cooler was completely different from mine, and, what do ya know, his didn't overheat and was actually good enough for a 4ghz overclock. Although he doesn't use it anymore either, he went with water cooling and a 4.8ghz OC.

62c is the max core temp for Vishera. The temp readings in the video are more than likely socket temps, which can get somewhere around the 70c range before throttling, depending on the motherboard I believe.
    
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AMD makes moves to the right direction. Refreshed boards, CPUs and APUS for AM3+, new CPU cooler, even much better than Intel's. The Radeon Group and it's new drivers.
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Originally Posted by YellowBlackGod View Post

AMD makes moves to the right direction. Refreshed boards, CPUs and APUS for AM3+, new CPU cooler, even much better than Intel's. The Radeon Group and it's new drivers.

They shouldn't refresh anything for AM3+ anymore. Just sell the stock you got and be done with it. Bristol is not far away anymore nor is Zen.
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Still no proper noise measurements.
   
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They always knew how to give amazing names to their products.
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post #28 of 70
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headscratch.gif: Yes, providing a strong stock cooling solution is very stupid and will certainly cost them customers.

It isn't that it is going to cost them customers, it's that it isn't going to get them new customers. Increasing your production costs without increasing either your selling price or your customer base is a poor business decision.

Nor does it seem to really add much value to the customer. If you wanted to OC the thing you still have to purchase an after market cooler anyway, and people who were going to run the stock cooler tend not to care or even know whether it's running at 60c or 65c or 70c or whatever.

Now if AMD were a market leader with strong financials maybe they could afford to take a shot at something like this, but for a company in their financial position, trailing their competitors in almost every measurable way, this just seems like a really weird\poor allocation of resources.
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post #29 of 70
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It isn't that it is going to cost them customers, it's that it isn't going to get them new customers. Increasing your production costs without increasing either your selling price or your customer base is a poor business decision.

Nor does it seem to really add much value to the customer. If you wanted to OC the thing you still have to purchase an after market cooler anyway, and people who were going to run the stock cooler tend not to care or even know whether it's running at 60c or 65c or 70c or whatever.

Now if AMD were a market leader with strong financials maybe they could afford to take a shot at something like this, but for a company in their financial position, trailing their competitors in almost every measurable way, this just seems like a really weird\poor allocation of resources.

You do realize this is the cooler that will be shipped with the upcoming Zen processors too, right?

Therefore I would say its pretty important that it doesnt suck.
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Omg a stock cooler that has a led on it, that's madness!
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