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Quote: Originally Posted by 8051 View Post
Is it possible to get DDR3-2666 memory to work on the 8350?

https://www.newegg.com/Product/Produ...9SIAD6H6KZ5894

Depends on the board and how good the IMC is , but I have 4 FX chips that can on my CHV-z boards.

I plopped the dominator platinum 2933 mhz set on the benching rig and selected the 2666 mhz profile in bios , dialed up 1.45 cpu/nb volts and so far its doin ok.

EDIT: The ram or the nb peters out at 2750 at these voltages and settings but 2733 was a go
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I don't even have a Haswell, but this is definitely not true. A heavily OC'd haswell is going to be faster than any 4 core Ryzen at any achievable clock speed, especially if the Haswell isn't limited by dumpster ram speeds. I didn't come here to argue with anyone, but AMD fanboy Koolaid has you guys making some pretty delusional claims.

This will be my last post. Didn't mean to derail. Have a nice day!
lol. doesn't have to be your last post dude.

"heavily OC'ed". Why do you put it that way?
Do you mean like max clocks? https://valid.x86.fr/cih7iw

Or like Stable stuff?
WPrime 1024M
3min 42sec 304ms 4197.5 MHz Intel Core i5 4690K
3min 34sec 226ms 3443 MHz AMD Ryzen 5 1400 (stock clocks)
3min 27sec 325ms 3895 MHz AMD Phenom II X6 1090T BE
1min 19sec 450ms 4290.2 MHz AMD Ryzen 7 2700X

That's pretty much all I have that beats the Haswell in my database.

Intel doesn't always beat AMD.

And please remember you are in an AMD section of the forum where people that may prefer AMD over Intel reside peacefully here until needing corrections on their statements when posting in a non-Intel forum section.



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Quote: Originally Posted by ShrimpBrime View Post
lol. doesn't have to be your last post dude.

"heavily OC'ed". Why do you put it that way?
Do you mean like max clocks? https://valid.x86.fr/cih7iw

Or like Stable stuff?
WPrime 1024M
3min 42sec 304ms 4197.5 MHz Intel Core i5 4690K
3min 34sec 226ms 3443 MHz AMD Ryzen 5 1400
3min 27sec 325ms 3895 MHz AMD Phenom II X6 1090T BE
1min 19sec 450ms 4290.2 MHz AMD Ryzen 7 2700X

That's pretty much all I have that beats the Haswell in my database.

Intel doesn't always beat AMD.

And please remember you are in an AMD section of the forum where people that may prefer AMD over Intel reside peacefully here until needing corrections on their statements when posting in a non-Intel forum section.
I mean like high 4ghz range. IE A 4.7-5ghz Haswell i7 with decently fast ram is going to be faster than any 4 core OC'd Ryzen or any Ryzen in a gaming situation that uses 4 threads or less.

And yeah, I honestly didn't even realize where I was until the last post which is why i'm dipping out.

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Sadly I have A Ryzen Athlon 200GE that would dump all over your overclocked Haswell. However I don't think CSSOrkinman was picking a fight of what chip was better at what, he was just stating that FX does well at a certain overclock speed and provided information about it.
Isn't a Ryzen Athlon 200GE a dual-core CPU w/4 threads? I can't imagine that matching a 4790.
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I mean like high 4ghz range. IE A 4.7-5ghz Haswell i7 with decently fast ram is going to be faster than any 4 core OC'd Ryzen or any Ryzen in a gaming situation that uses 4 threads or less.

And yeah, I honestly didn't even realize where I was until the last post which is why i'm dipping out.
Not sure about gaming. I don't test in that area because I'm a bencher more so. And the games I play with my 7 year old do not require much horsepower.


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Quote: Originally Posted by cssorkinman View Post
Depends on the board and how good the IMC is , but I have 4 FX chips that can on my CHV-z boards.

I plopped the dominator platinum 2933 mhz set on the benching rig and selected the 2666 mhz profile in bios , dialed up 1.45 cpu/nb volts and so far its doin ok.

EDIT: The ram or the nb peters out at 2750 at these voltages and settings but 2733 was a go
Those Aida 64 L3 cache speeds are bizarre, wildly inconsistent and slow on everything except reads.
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Isn't a Ryzen Athlon 200GE a dual-core CPU w/4 threads? I can't imagine that matching a 4790.
No probably not.

But then we where trying to compare an FX 8 core to it also. Why? Apples and Oranges. Blue and Red.

But I don't see a 4790K beating my R2700X either.... lol


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Quote: Originally Posted by ShrimpBrime View Post
No probably not.

But then we where trying to compare an FX 8 core to it also. Why? Apples and Oranges. Blue and Red.

But I don't see a 4790K beating my R2700X either.... lol
A 4.7-4.9.ghz one would beat it just about anything that was 4 threads or less.


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Quote: Originally Posted by 8051 View Post
Those Aida 64 L3 cache speeds are bizarre, wildly inconsistent and slow on everything except reads.
I really don't pay much attention to the cache scores they tend to be all over the board - just the memory read write copy and latency on aida 64.


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