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post #2851 of 9896
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I still haven't gotten a BD chip due to the extreme disappointment from its nightmarish release. I've been hearing lately though that bios updates been boosting its performance and that a W7 scheduler patch is coming out soon that will give it another performance boost. I'd like to hear first hand from BD users with CHV what kind of stories they have so I can decide if I'm going to get BD or just wait for PD. My 955 is really showing its age and I'd like to get a new cpu soon.

I'm also waiting for the Windows 7 Patch.
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Patch for Windows 7 to support CMT Technology

It’s a well known fact to all of us that Microsoft Windows 7 cannot recognize AMD Bulldozer’s very efficient CMT technology, which is supported only from Windows 8, but Windows 8 is still in developer stage. With CMT enabled, up to 10% more performance can be obtained from Bulldozer. However, AMD confirmed that it is working with Microsoft to launch a patch for Windows 7 very soon, to support CMT.

http://lenzfire.com/2011/12/amd-bulldozer-a-powerful-architecture-but-released-at-an-inappropriate-time-88199/
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post #2852 of 9896
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Hi C5Fers,
Just picked up an FX8150 from the EGG. thumb.gif
Paid too much, of course. doh.gif
Will be fun, when it gets here. yessir.gif

Oh please post before and after, seemed like my 1100 did better so i sold mine but now there is a little more info on them

Make of this what you will.
I do not extreme bench are stress test my system.
My 1090T @ 4.02 Ghz
PhII1090T4Ghz.PNG 253k .PNG file
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post #2853 of 9896
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Originally Posted by Tatakai All View Post

I still haven't gotten a BD chip due to the extreme disappointment from its nightmarish release. I've been hearing lately though that bios updates been boosting its performance and that a W7 scheduler patch is coming out soon that will give it another performance boost. I'd like to hear first hand from BD users with CHV what kind of stories they have so I can decide if I'm going to get BD or just wait for PD. My 955 is really showing its age and I'd like to get a new cpu soon.

I am personally satisfied with my 8120. I have my chip overclocked to 4.6Ghz for 24/7 and 5.0Ghz for gaming. It performs for me greatly.
I am not disappointed at all with my purchase. At first I was a little disappointed with stability issues and what not buy I am glad I hung on to it.
Personally I would wait until revisions come out like 8170 or 8190 for optimizations. I will be upgrading to 2nd revision of PD.

BD performs great for me. BF3, MW3, Video Editing, Video Converting and more.
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Make of this what you will.
I do not extreme bench are stress test my system.
My 1090T @ 4.02 Ghz
PhII1090T4Ghz.PNG 253k .PNG file
MM1090T4Ghz.PNG 236k .PNG file
My FX 8150 @ 4.02Ghz
81504Ghz2.PNG 231k .PNG file
81504GhzMM.PNG 229k .PNG file

Overclock both chips as high as they will go and then show me what each chip is capable of. Thats how I decide. Not what they perform at at the same clock. I decide on what they are cabable of when they are taken to the max overclock for each chip. Yes you can compare performance to see which one is better at the same clock buy when can overclock higher then the other and outperform then imo it is the better chip.

Thuban has its advantages. BD has its advantages. Both are great chip from amd.
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post #2854 of 9896
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I am personally satisfied with my 8120. I have my chip overclocked to 4.6Ghz for 24/7 and 5.0Ghz for gaming. It performs for me greatly.
I am not disappointed at all with my purchase. At first I was a little disappointed with stability issues and what not buy I am glad I hung on to it.
Personally I would wait until revisions come out like 8170 or 8190 for optimizations. I will be upgrading to 2nd revision of PD.
BD performs great for me. BF3, MW3, Video Editing, Video Converting and more.
Overclock both chips as high as they will go and then show me what each chip is capable of. Thats how I decide. Not what they perform at at the same clock. I decide on what they are cabable of when they are taken to the max overclock for each chip. Yes you can compare performance to see which one is better at the same clock buy when can overclock higher then the other and outperform then imo it is the better chip.
Thuban has its advantages. BD has its advantages. Both are great chip from amd.

i ran this at these settingshttp://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2068249 24/7 for 2 weeks no matter what i did or what test i ran never got over 43 celsoius and a lot of bodashious BF3 and MW3
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post #2855 of 9896
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i ran this at these settingshttp://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2068249 24/7 for 2 weeks no matter what i did or what test i ran never got over 43 celsoius and a lot of bodashious BF3 and MW3

Thats really good. I have to run voltage at 1.525 and LLC on extreme to get stable at 5GHz. Mine uses a lot more power for over 4.8Ghz You must of grabbed one of the nicer chips. Can you overclock higher than 5Ghz? What cooling system do you have?
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post #2856 of 9896
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Thats really good. I have to run voltage at 1.525 and LLC on extreme to get stable at 5GHz. Mine uses a lot more power for over 4.8Ghz You must of grabbed one of the nicer chips. Can you overclock higher than 5Ghz? What cooling system do you have?

havent tried any higher YET but i will i have the level 10 gt by thermaltake it came with liquid cooling built in it works awsome too
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havent tried any higher YET but i will i have the level 10 gt by thermaltake it came with liquid cooling built in it works awsome too

Your case came with water cooling? I dont understand, what kind of water cooler? Can you show a pic
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havent tried any higher YET but i will i have the level 10 gt by thermaltake it came with liquid cooling built in it works awsome too

I notice your using 2 6990's with the FX 8150...initially I wanted to get an fx 4100...but, now I'm thinking the 8120/8150 would be a better option.. Can the 8120/8150 keep up with 2 6970 lightnings in xfire? or two gtx 570's in sli? Is your 6990's doing alright? I'd like to purchase with utmost confidence..Thank you in advance
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I notice your using 2 6990's with the FX 8150...initially I wanted to get an fx 4100...but, now I'm thinking the 8120/8150 would be a better option.. Can the 8120/8150 keep up with 2 6970 lightnings in xfire? or two gtx 570's in sli? Is your 6990's doing alright? I'd like to purchase with utmost confidence..Thank you in advance

the CHV with the fx-8150 and the 2 6990,s in quadfire are absolutly awsome
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Your case came with water cooling? I dont understand, what kind of water cooler? Can you show a pic

Thermaltake > Item#: N82E16811133193 this is my case at newegg
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