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I was going to go for the Opteron 6128 at first, how do you like it pietro?
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"How Not To Overclock A Clarkdale" Jan2010
http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/...55,2540-4.html

does it sound familiar ? (32nm)
Sorry Pietro, any i7s and 2nd generation i5s and probably first generation i5s are faster than your and any AMD processors.

4C/4T 2500k slaughtering fastest AMD CPU.

http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/203?vs=288

http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/cpu...idge-review/12

http://www.guru3d.com/article/core-i...-2600k-review/

etc etc

Choose any reviews you want, you'll get the same answer. Also, tons of people on XS forums have been running 2nd gen i5/i7s @ 5GHz with no problems. Why don't you check it out?
 
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I have a feeling ivy bridge is going to roflstomp BD. Intel just has to much money to put into R&D for AMD to compete for much longer.
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lol your chip was $500 when you bought it, right?

The problem you're speaking of was their bios settings. Said "issue" was resolved, and since then I've yet to see any reports of degradation or outright failing chips as what the site was reporting.

Until people who have proven their system 24+ hours of prime bend/folding stable start talking about their chips requiring more voltage I'll take it with a grain of salt.

I'll let you know though when my chip fails, it will be in the mail to INTEL for an RMA at that point anyways.

Aren't warranties great?
400"$" to be precise, this year prices are climbing up , weird
you do it once.. shop staff will nevermind..
you will do RMA twice.. shop staff starts thinking - whats going on there ?


what said that guy from slovak forum:
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...question is whether SB can operate on those 5GHz ...
... it makes the same bad symptoms, and i got it only 2 weeks...
... i didnt give to it extreme voltages...
many people on internet are running SB 5GHz at 1,5V without problems
can you write some details ?

..maybe it is not terrible, but now i had to add volts and a whole lot..

http://www.pretaktovanie.sk/phpBB3/v...6646ba#p768086
i discussed there ( beginning of january ) about that risk, people knew about it

i posted there safe values found in one UK forum thread, i believe he used those safe values
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Sorry Pietro, any i7s and 2nd generation i5s and probably first generation i5s are faster than your and any AMD processors.

4C/4T 2500k slaughtering fastest AMD CPU.

http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/203?vs=288

http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/cpu...idge-review/12

http://www.guru3d.com/article/core-i...-2600k-review/

etc etc

Choose any reviews you want, you'll get the same answer. Also, tons of people on XS forums have been running 2nd gen i5/i7s @ 5GHz with no problems. Why don't you check it out?


Your fanboy is showing. Yeah, Intel is faster in many applications. Thuban is still a beast in highly threaded apps.



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That sounds really great, how a speedy quadcore with Leprosy disease can outgun a slower clocked 8core server chip..
I am "impressed"..
lol

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I'll let you know though when my chip fails, it will be in the mail to INTEL for an RMA at that point anyways.

Aren't warranties great?
Intel aren't going to let you RMA a CPU you overclocked to 5Ghz
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Yes, key word there..

Multi-threaded apps.

i5-2500k costs less, runs higher speeds, and is faster in multi-threaded apps.

For those of us who've had x6 chips we already know outside of a few select things we do maybe once a week at best 6 threads are never used.

Guess where the Thuban sits when 33% to 66% aren't being used compared to the i5-2500k when 50% or 100% of its cores are still being used?

You take a faster x4 and compare it to a slower x6 and as less threads are used in real world apps the difference because multiplied.




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Intel aren't going to let you RMA a CPU you overclocked to 5Ghz

Intel will have no way of knowing, you don't overclock so don't talk about it like you know what you're talking about.
    
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Intel will have no way of knowing
They will be able to find out if the CPU's been overvolted so there still not going to give you another one. You shouldn't even try to RMA it, by overclocking you're choosing to void the warranty and lose support from Intel.
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They will be able to find out if the CPU's been overvolted so there still not going to give you another one. You shouldn't even try to RMA it, by overclocking you're choosing to void the warranty and lose support from Intel.
Again you have no idea what you're talking about.

There is no way for Intel to know what voltage you sent though the chip.

Unless there is physical damage to the chip they have nothing to stand on, it's a failed chip.

By not using the stock hsf people void AMD's, do you think AMD has any way of knowing if you used an aftermarket cooler or not?


Edit: I just had to add this, I can't find the image I'm looking for but this will have to do...



Remember in Days of Thunder, when Cole blows the engine of the car and nobody knew what happened? Until the old guy pressed the button on the tac and it shot up to 9000 RPMs (its over 9000!!!!)?

Yah, INTEL doesn't have that button.
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Again you have no idea what you're talking about.

There is no way for Intel to know what voltage you sent though the chip.

Unless there is physical damage to the chip they have nothing to stand on, it's a failed chip.

By not using the stock hsf people void AMD's, do you think AMD has any way of knowing if you used an aftermarket cooler or not?
Yes. Theres a possibility of scratches and gouging and possibly heat marks depending on what cooler you used
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