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    wow man! YOu have still some small limit, now you are at 1.512V and there is chance to get 1.55 around 5400 MHz amybe? Wow!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daveburt714 View Post
    Sup Flank3r...

    I just started working on my CB15 scores with the 8370E.
    Nothing really impressive, but it still smokes my previous 9370 scores...
    Your really understating that



    Youve basically mopped the floor with all contenders for highest 'normal' watercooled AMD FX CPU !

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    Nice scores here lately

    Seems like new CPU's are really better for everyday coolers! I'm happy there is progress and you have good fun torturing these chips
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    A little better than last time. 840



    My CPU is scaling better with room temps of 19-20. I can run cinebench @ 5350 mhz but the results aren't better than with 5300 ... Perhaps FSB @ 202 is the reason for lower score with higher frequency.
    I'm gonna replace my good old alphacool NexXxoS X2 Plus HighFlow, been running for ages, bought in 2007. Was never cleaned... And I think it is not fitted for 8 cores CPU with large die surfaces. I'm thinking of buying the Koolance 380A which gets many good reviews. Than I should be able to bench @ 5.4 ghz
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    I finally have my 9370 back in the saddle. Ran again for an 897
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    Spent a little time tonight seeing what my 5 year old dual Opteron 8439SE rig would do...



    953cb @ 3.208 Ghz (229 MHz x 14x)

    It actually seems stable up to around 3.262 (233 x 14x)... at stock core voltage... any higher and reboots start happening.

    There is a sweet spot with the ref clock in the 220s where performance is maximized.
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    Just got my Koolance 380A waterblock. I'm disappointed. No decrease in temps. It even seems less stable than before .
    I opened my old waterblock to clean it and took a picture of the laughable state it was in.





    This is what you should expect after 7-8 years of usage . Still, it was doing really well.
    I feel like I have thrown 70 euros out of the window ... Should have invested in higher clocked DDR3.

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    i updated my quad opty project machine yesterday with 4 AMD 61xx "Extra Spicy" chips (unlocked multiplier/voltage) running at 2.1 GHz and ran an initial baseline. Thought i might share it here:

    2300cb



    My other machine "Dual Opty" i have been running at 229 ref clock 3.2 GHz on the cores with zero problems (runs just like stock). The only problem i have run into has been when running Intel Burn Test (IBT). That thing puts such an incredible load on the processors that it overloads my 650w power supply and the system shuts off and reboots hahaha ))))) It is hard for me to believe that is happening (because nothing else that i have ever run - Prime95, or anything else pushes this thing past 475w) but it is (i have seen 575w at 3.1GHz, so at 3.2GHz it pushes it past 600). i don't think i'll upgrade the PSU though just for that. Back in 2009 when this system was put together 650w was a lot... i guess it wasn't enough in 2014 ))))

    The quad opty runs extremely smooth with 4 processors though.
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    here are my final Quad Opty results for CB R15... 4 x 61xx "Magny Cours" running at 3.0 GHz.

    to get to 3.0 GHz (from 2.1) and have it running stable required a voltage bump to 1.175v from 1.1v. Wattage draw for CB R15 was just over 900w during the runs.

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    I can add one , next week
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    Quote Originally Posted by FlanK3r View Post
    I can add one , next week
    Yes thanks Flack3r , cause I just got my FX-6300 and would love to see more Benches from them
    to bad you cant do it on an 990FXA UD3 Board
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    WoW! Nice score on that overclocked 48 core system!!
    900W during load is about as much as my mining rig drawn when using 3xR9 290 in it

    Fantastic to see scores like this as I'm sure in 4 years time some of us will have similar power in single chip desktop solution.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rvborgh View Post
    here are my final Quad Opty results for CB R15... 4 x 61xx "Magny Cours" running at 3.0 GHz.

    to get to 3.0 GHz (from 2.1) and have it running stable required a voltage bump to 1.175v from 1.1v. Wattage draw for CB R15 was just over 900w during the runs.

    Dude... That score is Mind blowing!!!
    If you don't mind give us some info on the gear used... I didn't realize there was a mobo that allowed OC'ing of Opty cores...

    I moved the 8320E to the C5F, and things went pretty well. That being said, I'm gonna put the 8370E back in.
    For a cheap chip, the 8320E is bad azz! But my 8370E still does better...

    Here's the best I've gotten from the 8320E to the C5F:


    Don't get me wrong! If your on a budget and looking for an upgrade to an 8350, the 8320E should get you some more Mhz..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daveburt714 View Post
    Dude... That score is Mind blowing!!!
    If you don't mind give us some info on the gear used... I didn't realize there was a mobo that allowed OC'ing of Opty cores...

    I moved the 8320E to the C5F, and things went pretty well. That being said, I'm gonna put the 8370E back in.
    For a cheap chip, the 8320E is bad azz! But my 8370E still does better...

    Here's the best I've gotten from the 8320E to the C5F:
    [URL=http://s30.photobucket.com/user/Daveburt/media/8320E_CB15_zpsf9a5c69d.png.html]

    Don't get me wrong! If your on a budget and looking for an upgrade to an 8350, the 8320E should get you some more Mhz..
    Do you have PSCheck? If so what are the all the P-states that it shows (P1 - P4 and Pb1, Pb0)?

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    Hi, i pretty much blame AMD for my project (in a round about way) . Basically, when it came time to upgrade my PC... AMD had nothing really attractive available. The bulldozer based arch didn't seem efficient enough. i simply couldn't go Intel. My 2009 vintage dual Opteron 2212 rig from work was being retired. That machine with two dual core Opteron 2212s had a Cinebench R15 score of 174. Ended up doing some research and found that i could simply swap in two Opteron 8439SEs... got familiar with the Opterons and overclocked that machine to 3.2 where it is running completely stable at stock voltage and a CB R15 score of 953. It ended up being faster than the i7-4770 i replaced it with. i loved the 12 core K10 setup so much that it got me thinking about having more of them i had a crazy vision of a complete overkill K10 based system. The problem is that the quad Opteron motherboards are SWTX form factor... absolutely huge. Aside from that, i really wanted to stay with SuperMicro server grade stuff... but the SM 4U SWTX cases usually priced at around $900 just for the chassis. Thankfully i ran across an ebay sale where someone was selling a new SC748 chassis for a grand total of $87. i couldn't pass that up. Once i had the box, i now had to fill it Anyways, the bottom line is that its almost finished. The base of the system is pretty much all SuperMicro hardware. Motherboard is a Supermicro H8QGi-F. The CPUs are Opteron 61xx series "Extra Spicy's" with unlocked multiplier and unlocked voltage.

    I cannot say it is for everyone... there really isn't any downside aside from weight (SM SC748 case is truly built like a tank - weighs almost 80 lbs - but is a thing of beauty), and power consumption (315w at idle with 4 CPUs at 32 GB of ram, around 230w with 2 CPUs and 16 GB of ram). All those cores just give the system a ton of torque if an app needs it. With the OC, individual cores also run at a high enough Ghz that its totally acceptable for apps that don't use too many threads. Basically its overkill... but that was the point

    i wouldn't have gone down this road if it was not for the good folks over at hard forum (distributed computing folks). One of the guys (Tear) over there has back engineered the SuperMicro BIOS for the 4P boards enough to allow overclocking with stock Opterons.

    Next up is another two Noctua coolers, and i'll probably try for 3.2 GHz... after that. For now though 3.0 GHz is completely stable... and i'm pretty satisfied. Its been a fun build

    i hadn't captured a video of an R15 run... but did earlier this morning for this thread. This is for folks that have a fixation for watching boxes running in circles

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    Updated my R15 score.

    Benched @ 5375 Mhz - Score 849



    New Update

    Was finally able to bench @ 5400 Mhz. Sadly, the score didn't change. 849. I must be bandwidth limited with my
    ddr3 @ 1666 Mhz

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    849, not 649 ,-)...
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    I edited my last post, now it correct

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    Quote Originally Posted by cbjaust View Post
    Do you have PSCheck? If so what are the all the P-states that it shows (P1 - P4 and Pb1, Pb0)?
    I've never really used "PSCheck". So, I'm unfamiliar with it.
    I still haven't taken the 8320E out of the C5F yet, so if you can point me in the right direction to the latest version I'll be glad to run CB15 with it open for you. I'll admit I'm not a hard core OC'r, and normally I just use RCTweakit...

    That being said, I was gonna try one last push with the 8320E before I switch the chips back out.
    I'm an ambient (water) guy @ heart and usually look for stable clocks.

    Got a link for the latest PSCheck?
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    DISCLAIMER: I feel like I got lucky with both of my 83XX-E series chips, so YMMV...
    That being said, I bought both of these retail so they're NOT cherry picked samples!

    I did one last push with the 8320-E on CB15, and was really surprised at how well it did compared to my 9370 (only a few points lower than my best push 9370 score ).



    The 8370E is still the better chip, and I'll be putting it back in shortly. I have to admit though, IMHO the "E" revision chips seem to be a really good choice even when compared to the pricier 9xxx series!

    For anyone thinking about buying a new FX chip, don't overlook the 8320/8370E's...
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    http://hwtips.tistory.com/m/post/242 download the two files - they are part of the same archive. 7-zip is your friend. Unpack and install via the setup.exe

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    Quote Originally Posted by cbjaust View Post
    Do you have PSCheck? If so what are the all the P-states that it shows (P1 - P4 and Pb1, Pb0)?
    Sorry man... I DL'd PSCheck and wasn't patient enough to figure it out.
    One program worked fine, but the other gave me problems... I also got a little impatient with the 8320E and re-installed the 8370E.

    Anyway, I knew the 8370E still had some room for a CB15 score, so I worked with it some more.
    I'll try to take advantage of winter air now that it's getting colder...

    I'm getting really close to the edge on ambient water, but at least I broke 870!

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