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    A little birdie told me...

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    Fat ladies generally don't sing. Something to do with a lack of lung capacity
    Something to do with this though?
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    I beg to differ. Most sing opera which requires incredible lung capacity.

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    The 8320E 95w chip looks interesting at it's pricing point?
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    yes, I think, he know soemthing in backround of shadows ....

    Uff, I want the 8370E!
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    Oh, a trackball! Good to see that again!
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    Quote Originally Posted by chew* View Post
    I beg to differ. Most sing opera which requires incredible lung capacity.

    I spy a trackball

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    I may be "retired" but all that matters is that the trackball lives. That's what's really important here.

    Stay tuned.
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    How many guys is here. So seems it could be right fun in next weeks
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    oh look there is chew ;-)




    nice good job, nice world record!

    we want some cool pics and OC data on these new chips!
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    Chew made it on another site: http://wccftech.com/amd-announces-x8...0e-processors/
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    Grats, good to see you having fun being the rock star.

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    Hope the memory helped out Brian
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    'Sup Chew*...

    Since you seem to be "back in the game" (to some extent).
    Just thought I'd ask an honest question....

    My 9370 is stable at ~4.8Ghz. Are there any real benefits to these new chips?
    The 95w 8370E seems interesting, but I'm sure it's a low leakage chip, which isn't always good when it comes to OC'ing.

    The upcoming price drop on the 9590 to $199 is somewhat tempting!

    I may be a D*ck, but I'm not really seeing anything new here (Maybe some process tweaks)?, but I'm not sure they're worth my hard earned cash...

    You think a high-end water cooling guy could benefit from these new SKU's, or would I just be looking @ minimal gains...

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    I had an 8370e on a bundle watercooler doing 5.0 cinebench loops at 1.46 v. Only tested 1 chip. No good for ln2 though. Avg 8370 on ln2 did 8 gig. I tested 7 only due to lack of time. This was a short notice trip. I had 12 hours to prep and test chips after 3 years of no overclocking. I was supposed to use a formula z but used my old ch5 formula as I was familiar with it.

    I think amd is sending me a few things if that includes cpu's ill dust off my single stage phase change unit and compare to my old bd chips.
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    That's a very good result, considering it was done on bundle liquid cooling! It's nice to see you again in the forums chew
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    If you beat my FX-9590, you win my mouse (no more trackball :-) )

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    Dave: Im ready for FX-8370 and 8370E
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    Good to see you back Brian - just when I am dusting off OC stuff as well

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    Nice seeing you back Brian

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