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    XOCT Bulgaria: Some AMD scores for CountryCup 2012

    We managed to put some good scores and win the 1M AMD stage.
    Massman is very unhappy with the first one .

    5800K should be able to complete it at ~7080-7090MHz, but we had no time and LN2.
    Llano has some more in it, but not with that mainboard (A75M-UD2H).

    X4 940 BE @ 6165MHz - 11.109s

    A8-3870K @ 5924MHz - 13.312s

    A10-5800K @ 7029MHz - 13.453

    X4 965 BE @ 6924MHz - 9.922s

    FX-8120 @ 7481MHz - 11.500s
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    Pretty damn well done! Top AMD overclocking skill!
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    Perhaps we got lucky, no binning done except for my 965. I've changed more than 10 Denebs for the past 2-3 years...if that's binning at all.
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    By the way, I'm still searching for an inconsistency in that 940 screenshot ...

    *sad face*
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    Good luck We have backups that are still better than yours :p
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    very nice x4 965 BE chip...must be 7 GHz for validation
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    It is. I had 7012MHz 2-3 months ago.
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    nice! I have one x4 965 C3, which was not tested, so maybe...My best is x4 975 BE about 6800 MHz "only"
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    Quote Originally Posted by massman View Post
    By the way, I'm still searching for an inconsistency in that 940 screenshot ...

    *sad face*
    His RAM timings/clocks are just too good

    I think the difference between 1200 CL4 and 1866 CL6 would be minimal with identical other clocks.
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