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    AMD Phenom II X4 960T @ X6 4.3G / Biostar TA880G HD

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    X4 960T and Biostar 880G HD main board Overclocking Test
    X4 unlock = X6
    4 Phase PWM side air cooling is required. Very hot ...
    Full Load cpu voltage rise, about 0.04v ~ 0.05v

    cpu Voltage : 1.5v



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    CPU: AMD Phenom II X4 960T @ X6 4.3GHz
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    AMD Phenom II X4 960T @ X6 4.3GHz + Biostar TA880G HD
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    AMD Phenom II X4 960T @ X6 4.3GHz + Biostar TA880G HD
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    AMD Phenom II X4 960T @ X6 4.3GHz + Biostar TA880G HD
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    AMD Phenom II X4 960T @ X6 4.3GHz + Biostar TA880G HD
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    AMD Phenom II X4 960T @ X6 4.3GHz + Biostar TA880G HD
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    AMD Phenom II X4 960T @ X6 4.3GHz + Biostar TA880G HD
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    aaaaa, nice. What ambients? and how look your simply ,-) aircooler?
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    very nice, when are the X4 960T due for release?
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    Yeah, when will it be available?

    And more importantly, is it an unlocked Black Edition or is it an ES used?

    It's running at 20 x 215 = 4300 MHz, I didn't think it would be unlocked?

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    Nice result and nice board too

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    nice.

    anyone know when it launches this cpu?

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    Nice!!

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    very good results there, you got some cool toys
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    how come the numbers seem low for 4.3ghz? i expected CB 11.5 to be near 7.5pts, and CB 10 to be near 24k

    either way thats a serious step up from a quad, gotta be 80% increase over stock

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    Quote Originally Posted by Manicdan View Post
    how come the numbers seem low for 4.3ghz? i expected CB 11.5 to be near 7.5pts, and CB 10 to be near 24k

    either way thats a serious step up from a quad, gotta be 80% increase over stock
    They are low indeed, but I've experienced that after one of Cinebench test crashed but I didn't restart computer and carried on with testing.

    I bet after Windows restart scores would be back to normal.

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    lol, this is mATX? Great!
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    Seems like a BE, I've never heard that before.

    http://www.x86-guide.com/en/cpu/AMD-...pu-no4149.html

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    I see my backround!

    Very nice results!
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    Great!!

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    Oh Boy ,,

    Hmmm sounds like i may need to wait for this chip to come into my area...

    4300mhz with unlocking to 6cores ... Has me sold

    AMD really is for its gaming Crowd and Enthusiast,,
    "unlocking extra Cores" is a hot selling point for the ones that have the know how..

    Hope Mobos stay in on the Game..

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    Thank you. All
    High-end air cooling
    I do not know the release 960T
    CINEBENCH a low score, but I know that ...
    Repeat the test is the same result

    http://www.x86-guide.com/en/cpu/AMD-...pu-no4149.html
    Thanks for the information

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    Quote Originally Posted by imamage View Post
    Nice result and nice board too
    because of this proc i have out on hold previous plans

    imamage any news from your supplier in HK when they will be arriving?

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    Seems the 2 hidden cores are not bad @ all !
    I want to get one too....
    A qualified amateur has been poisoned by LN2 & soon be killed

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mad222 View Post
    Seems the 2 hidden cores are not bad @ all !
    I want to get one too....
    Thanks Bro ~
    My 890FX board,
    The problem is still not resolved ...

    How about a cross-hair-IV?
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    Ask Biostar to further enhance the bios for you
    I know they're very aggressive & efficient in China

    Been busy playing with my new toys.....fermi 480/470

    CH IV Formula is one of the best 890FX MBs
    I'll try to do a series of testings on diff. MBs on air cooling (LN2...very expensive here in HK....HKD 28 per litre)
    It'll be fair to wait til all bioses are 100% ready for such comparison

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    Quote Originally Posted by namegt View Post
    Thanks Bro ~
    My 890FX board,
    The problem is still not resolved ...
    How about a cross-hair-IV?
    Last edited by Mad222; 05-05-2010 at 10:13 PM.
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    Cinebench loves high NB + high memory speed + tight timings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by richierich View Post
    Cinebench loves high NB + high memory speed + tight timings.
    yes ! i have tried it

    the higher Nb clock ,the higher scores

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    Quote Originally Posted by duron View Post
    because of this proc i have out on hold previous plans

    imamage any news from your supplier in HK when they will be arriving?
    Shortage with 1055T / 1090T
    Only a few available at computer center
    960T ? no information yet

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    Quote Originally Posted by namegt View Post
    Thank you. All
    High-end air cooling
    I do not know the release 960T
    CINEBENCH a low score, but I know that ...
    Repeat the test is the same result

    http://www.x86-guide.com/en/cpu/AMD-...pu-no4149.html
    Thanks for the information

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    E0
    1013APMW

    Thank you.
    I have some fun with Biostar 890GX/880G board too
    I tested my 1090T with Biostar 880G
    Air Cooling at 4.4~4.5GHz

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    What is the price going to be on that chip? Hoping around $160 or so.

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