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    Holy FX57 0528 GPMW

    This is definitely AMD FX fans don't wanna miss!!
    "Personally" , this 0528GPMW is the best AMD CPU I have ever owned.
    I start wondering if GPMW batc of AMD CPU are all like that good.

    Why I say that excellent?
    Let's see some numbers.

    First of all, let's see this cpu first:
    new gskill ff not bad huh?


    Now, let 's do the ("FX stock heatsink" for cooling) test!



    CPU Vcore all by default:


    Due to I need to watch MLB ball game, so only test super pi 1m, 8m, and 16m.
    All set here:







    ** I believe that even my 0516wpmw has NO WAY to do this under just stock heatsink.


    So how about better cooling?
    Let's see it under TT Sonic Tower!



    Same thing, run for super pi mod 1.4 for 1m, 8m, and 16m
    **please watch the cpu temp!!







    ** during the runing of 16m, cpu temp only 42c loaded, idle is 33c.



    ok, then hw about prime 95 sp2004 version; Large in-place FFTs?



    ** and 3100mhz any good? 1.424v, see the DDR 622 timings?
    What a great Memory controller.




    ** Don't miss this 0528 GPMW if you are hunting one.


    OPB
    Last edited by Onepagebook; 09-19-2005 at 08:28 PM.

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    Oh my OPB! Those are some hell of a numbers I see

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    you always have the GOoD hardware
    congrats
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    nice
    Now lets see how much further it'll go.

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    Nice !!

    I'm playing with my FX57 right now too !

    the Sonic tower is pretty awsome air solution from what I've seen. Do you plan on putting it under water or vapor ? (silly question knowing you ! )
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    You have a awesome ram and that fx, man. I smell WR, but don't know in what app
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    put it on dice or cascade

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    Quote Originally Posted by Major
    Nice !!

    I'm playing with my FX57 right now too !

    the Sonic tower is pretty awsome air solution from what I've seen. Do you plan on putting it under water or vapor ? (silly question knowing you ! )
    Well funny thing is, I bet he's not gonna use neither of those two.....Remember? He's been doin most of his recent work with a tube

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    Wow!!!!! This is gonna be a good one!!!
    Cant wait for DI/Cascade/Single Stage runs!

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    I have the same stepping. Mine is benchstable up to 3350 on water 1.58v. I run it at 3250 1.5v 24/7
    The whole world's hip and thats not cool !

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    See...this is why I can't buy just one chip and be happy...I have to try MANY!

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    Please Sir, May I have some coldness?
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    Looks promising OPB. Will this mem controller be able to handle 280< 2-2-2-5 above 3.5 or 3.6?? Cant wait for some more benchies on DI and casade.
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    Impressive results !!!
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    2GB Ballistix @ 589Mhz 4-4-4-x @ 2.5V - SPI 32M
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    Quote Originally Posted by freecableguy
    See...this is why I can't buy just one chip and be happy...I have to try MANY!
    I'm with you, too bad my checking account doesn't want to go along with the game plan !
    Last edited by Major; 09-19-2005 at 10:33 PM.
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    nice results OPB pretty nice

    water???? or you ar going straigh into DYCE?
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    what a monster this CPU is.......very nice indeed

    what a monster set of G.Skills....what exactly are they OPB
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    Quote Originally Posted by dinos22
    what a monster this CPU is.......very nice indeed

    what a monster set of G.Skills....what exactly are they OPB

    It's our DDRI King---> FF
    It's not pricy anymore; under 250USD!!

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    Yeah, but you and WWM keep taking all the really good sets

    Still a GREAT price though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Onepagebook
    It's our DDRI King---> FF
    It's not pricy anymore; under 250USD!!
    good stuff...since that memory controller is soo nice loosen them timings a bit and go for gold with 2.5-3-3-6 1T....we wanna see them screeeeeeeaaaaaam
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vapor
    Yeah, but you and WWM keep taking all the really good sets

    Still a GREAT price though.

    Hey buddy,
    let's talk about more efficient way without waste extra money. That's why I usually gain some extra than others.
    you won't believe how easy is.
    A 90mm fan, a thread, couple washers and fasteners; just use one hole from the corner of your mobo. That will take care of your PWM and RAM area.
    As my experience, this at least can get 3~5 mhz and see whenever my system loaded, pwm ic will NEVER hoter than 45c.




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    trade secrets hey......i kinda have a similar (not so neat) setup

    Last edited by dinos22; 09-19-2005 at 10:48 PM.
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    woah that air cooled cooler than my FX-57 on water !

    OPB, what's ambient room temp there ?
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    OPB....I do that too... Got me 8MHz out of my 4800LA at 2.5-3-3-0 (up to 307MHz now) at 2.75V.

    Close up of the fan over the RAM:


    Whole case...two fans blowing onto the board, two onto the graphics card (top one is a sucking top whole angled at the GPU) and one to pull it all out....PWMIC stays chilly (I once saw 46C after two hours of Gaming with encoding the background....A/C was on low too ), RAM stays chilly (and 8MHz faster under max stress):


    Sorry everyone about the craptastic IQ.

    You do have to admit that you do have more access to test and pick RAM than we do though
    Last edited by Vapor; 09-19-2005 at 10:07 PM.

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