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    Boredom and a 6600K

    I did some brief testing of my 6600K before I put it in the bedroom HTPC.
    It actually seemed to do pretty well, so I pulled it tonight and put an older 5800k (weak) in the bedroom box.
    This chip is a lot more fun to play with!

    I've only spent a couple hours with it on an ASRock EX6+. I know the Richland chips are old news, but I thought this was a decent CPU-z Valid...



    This was done on ghetto water cooling. I think it actually has more in it, and I didn't push v's too much, so I'll play with it a little more...
    Things have been pretty slow on the AMD side lately... I was bored and thought I'd share.

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    Yep, pretty good! It's insane how much better richland clocks compared to trinity.
    Overclocking, it's a lifestyle

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    is the same as Bulldozer vs Vishera. So around +150 MHz. Maybe higher for lower models
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    Nice results Dave!

    I just purchased my own first Richland chip - A10-5750M I hope to put it through some benchmarks, undervolting tests, etc. with PSCheck. Should be here this week!

    Great deal by the way if anyone in the US might be looking for a laptop - 1080p 15.6 inch IPS display, A10-5750M, Dual Graphics (Gaming!!!), great connectivity etc.
    One of the cheapest high-density screen laptop on the market, and most capable too.
    http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/produc..._notebook.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by FlanK3r View Post
    is the same as Bulldozer vs Vishera. So around +150 MHz. Maybe higher for lower models
    Trinity never clocked well, Richland is a very good clocker. Its a way bigger difference than BD to PD.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BeepBeep2 View Post
    Nice results Dave!

    I just purchased my own first Richland chip - A10-5750M I hope to put it through some benchmarks, undervolting tests, etc. with PSCheck. Should be here this week!
    That looks like a nice laptop Sam, Gratz!
    If you plan to OC it I'll be interested to see what you can do with it... I know you have skills bro.

    I'm not familiar with that chip, but I'm pretty sure it's not unlocked, and the one bad thing about my ASRock/6600K combo is it's not all that good with bus clocks...
    Regardless, the performance of the Richland chips is darn good. Pretty sure you'll be happy with it!

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    PSCheck can do some nifty things like lock turbo multipliers...(up to 3.5 GHz I believe)
    Outside of that, no overclocking, but 3.5 GHz isn't too shabby either.

    The graphics performance is what I'm more excited for. I hope to be able to do some occasional gaming on this one... has 8650M + 8670M Dual Graphics.

    Great deal @ $629. Love the display especially.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BeepBeep2 View Post
    PSCheck can do some nifty things like lock turbo multipliers...(up to 3.5 GHz I believe)
    Outside of that, no overclocking, but 3.5 GHz isn't too shabby either.

    The graphics performance is what I'm more excited for. I hope to be able to do some occasional gaming on this one... has 8650M + 8670M Dual Graphics.

    Great deal @ $629. Love the display especially.
    I'm not so sure dual-graphics will work so great --- you're matching the Turks cores of the APU with the GCN 'Mars' cores of the discreet. Be sure to set up individual profiles for your games after testing.

    I got an A10-5745 portable on the cheap -- and cloned the laptop HDD to a Samsung Evo 120GB. It's sweet. HP seems to be very 'clone-friendly' to SSDs.

    It slays older titles like FEAR and R6 Vegas2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AbortRetryFail? View Post
    I'm not so sure dual-graphics will work so great --- you're matching the Turks cores of the APU with the GCN 'Mars' cores of the discreet. Be sure to set up individual profiles for your games after testing.

    I got an A10-5745 portable on the cheap -- and cloned the laptop HDD to a Samsung Evo 120GB. It's sweet. HP seems to be very 'clone-friendly' to SSDs.

    It slays older titles like FEAR and R6 Vegas2.
    I haven't checked scaling but it looks like it is outperforming on par with 8670M results on the intel side with 14.4 drivers. In gaming, microstuttering doesn't seem to be too bad. I only loaded Portal 2, though. ~45 fps medium high @ 1080p.
    http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/3072063

    Don't mean to thread crap too much but the section is rather dead nowadays anyway. I'm sure Dave doesn't mind! :P
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    I need to check out the temperature. 94c is a little disturbing.
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