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***? 9 pages and no jean luc?


This is super nice, but...
 
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Chewy View Post
Im 50/50 on the subject but what happens to a light bulb if you keep switching it on and off?

sure i see the pros of this and not many negatives if any!. Time will tell i guess.
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Originally Posted by Stealth Pyros View Post
Turning on and off != turning dimmer and brighter (correct analogy) You're not turning your CPU on and off, you're lowering/raising its voltage.

If you dim lights high and low repeatedly with those knobs nothing happens to the bulbs.

http://homebuilding.thefuntimesguide...mer_switch.jpg
The light bulb analogy is really not usable. (Although Stealth Pyros did a good job of trying to make it work) When you turn a lightbulb on and off or even just dim it the physics are very different compared to a CPU. When you turn on a normal incandescent light bulb you are sending 120v of electricity through a very thin tungsten filament. That causes the filimant to release a great amount of light and heat. This causes the filament to expand, and when you turn the bulb off it contracts. If you are turning a light bulb on and off repeatedly the rapid expanding / contracting eventually break the filament.

As Stealth Pyros said, it is sort of like dimming a light bulb. The main difference is that the CPU doesn't experience the expanding and contracting that a light bulb would experience. At high voltages the CPU experiences something like erosion. That is why high voltages kill CPU's. (extreme cold helps prevent this erosion that is why CPU's don't die instantly during LN2 death runs)



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Originally Posted by OptimusPrime View Post
These chips are disappointing a bit for me and i'll be upgrading in a month to a 2500k.
I'm excited for the High Overclocks, just not the speed jumps.

Obviously more testing and results need to be done on the clock speed jumping, but i'll see. If it makes no difference i'll shut up, but i'm sure allot around here notice the overclock differences just when opening programs, starting windows, clocking through files etc on their constant overclocks of a 775/1156/1366
Anyone think a Motherboard company might figure out a bios option to keep the overclock constant if desired ? I wonder if thats possible

I want a Constant overclock for EVERYTHING I do. I really wish there were an option to do so. I don't want the cpu to make a decision FOR ME, when it decides that it wont use the other 2ghz potential for regular tasks or programs that i would like sped up.

If i'm multitasking like an Rtard, i want everything i'm clicking on to be at maximum response times. Someone correct me if i'm wrong.

I think that it is sort of like using a $250k Ferrari to drive down to the local WalMart at 30MPH. I do know where you are coming from though. It appears that the future will be forced speed step. I guess the good news though is that from the videos I have seen it appears to jump the clocks up pretty fast so if you need 4.5Ghz it is there.
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Does anyone know if Start-up time would be utilizing speed step/ overclock ?
I mean if you have a 4.5ghz overclock, maybe it would decide you didn't need that speed but essentially a faster startup would be wasted.

For instance. .. Full startup for me is WAY slower on my old e8400 @ 3ghz than it is at 4ghz.

the slug that is Steam especially...


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Originally Posted by AtomicFrost View Post
I think that it is sort of like using a $250k Ferrari to drive down to the local WalMart at 30MPH. I do know where you are coming from though. It appears that the future will be forced speed step. I guess the good news though is that from the videos I have seen it appears to jump the clocks up pretty fast so if you need 4.5Ghz it is there.
LOL thats a good way of putting it
Edited by OptimusPrime - 1/3/11 at 5:22pm
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That's crazy! The base TPD of this thing is supposed to be 95w, yet at 5Ghz it managed to stay under 80*C with the huge voltage increase... Nuts I say...

Bulldozer better be something amazing...
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