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May i ask what kind of temps were you getting when using 1.536v and what kind of load for that temp?

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VN OC guide informative and thorough. Maybe since it Oc's so well we can keep up with the intel guys even if its not as fast at stock currently.

Better to be thought a fool than open your mouth and remove all doubt.

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Great guide! +1 smile.gif

It's interesting finding that the benchmarks scale with HTT(FSB) even cpu is at the same frequency. It seems higher HTT is better for performance according to your results.
But why in your optimal OC, you choose 236 HTT instead of something higher?
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I have a question, since someone is benchmarking and they have a chip. Can you try down clocking to say 2.6ghz ?? I just want to see something.Pick a particularly heavily threaded benchmark to. Something with lots and lot of threads and a heavy fpu workload.

hyper threading gives you a slightly bigger toilet, and 2 people try to poop at once.

CMT gives you 2 toilets of same size, and a slightly smaller bathroom stall.Two toilets, 2 butts, poop in peace.

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Nice thread, and pretty dam good job for putting it out so fast. Good results too.
And your right %100 on talking about how and why AMD put this chip out they way it sits. My 15 years of ocing and building rigs could not have said it better. +rep!!!!

P.S. And they sure are selling out fast all over the place. AMD is smilin no matter what the bench marks say. lol
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this information is great
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