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AMD Athlon 64 3800+ Venice 90nm

Discussion in 'Reviews' started by W1zzard, May 15, 2005.

  1. W1zzard

    W1zzard Administrator Staff Member

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    hmpf and i thought my oc result is good :D
    but n1 cpu for future but at least no option to the x2 cpus and the coming things
     
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    a thing i don`t understand

    "an improved Integrated Memory Controller (IMC), which means the the CPU itself manages the computer's memory. With those improvements it is now possible to run 2GB memory at 200 MHz with a CommandRate of 2T. Previous CPUs were only able to run 2GB Memory in Async Mode (5:4 - Ram: 166 MHz 2T). "

    ????
    I am running 4x512 Corsair XMS PC-550, e.g. 2GB Memory with a Winchester 3500+ on a MSI K8N
    Platinum at 210MHz with 2T!!!!

    how is this Possible?

    greetz
    ODO
     
  4. nightelf84 Guest

    And what kind of speed is ur memory running at in this configuration?
     
  5. Unregistered Guest

    CPU and RAM @ 210......

    i just checked it, cause i was a littel bit confused!

    greetz
    ODO
     
  6. Unregistered Guest

    sorry, or do you mean the Timmings?

    2,5-4-4-8

    greetz
    ODO
     
  7. ZathaN Guest

    > Venice is definitely faster than Winchester, this is the biggest difference we could see in all benchmarks. The Pentium 4s are slower. <

    Intel Dothan is faster than any AMD64
     
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    gR3iF New Member

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    so what? tell us somethig new
    like a good pentium m board
     
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    Free Athlon 64 :eek:
     
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    Not quite faster but holding their own. Reviews have shown the M to be a very good processor, but the new AMD's still kick its little butt in almost every test.

    I compared my own overclocked P4 650 (3.4Ghz) with the performance of the Venice 3800+ in the review here.

    Processors cost about the same but I think the 3800+ is just a little bit cheaper.

    Sandra CPU Benchmark

    3800+ 13228 MIPS Highest Overclock 11x260
    3800+ 12717 MPIS Lowest Overclock 11x244
    Mine: 11873 MIPS
    3800+: 11143 MIPS Stock 11x200

    Mine: 4940/8324 Flops
    3800+ 4517/5846 Flops Highest Overclock 11x260


    SuperPI 1M

    3800+ 29.7 Highest Overclock 11x260
    3800+ 31.6 Lowest Overclock 11x244
    Mine 33
    3800+ 35.4 Stock

    Super PI 32M

    3800+ 28.98 Highest Overclock 11x260
    3800+ 30.71 Stock 11x200
    Mine 31.71
    3500+ 33.06 11x200

    Number crunching performance is not quite so lopsided as the review shows. You cannot say "P4s are slow", at least any recent P4 compared to this AMD. FX-55s and X2s oh yeah you bet. Everything is slow compared to them. But there is a huge difference in the 600 series compared to what is used here. I'll even try the benchmarks again when I don't have other stuff running. BeyondTV was recording a show, and my raid array was rebuilding a mirror, and all of that surely affected my results somewhat. Haha it's all in fun anyway. Id like to see how a overclocked 3.6 or 3.8Ghz P4 compares with a 3800+.
     

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  11. CTRL-ALT-DEL Guest

    Is those temperatures under load or idle? If under load, what program did you guys use?
     
  12. wazzledoozle

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    You cant expect good temperatures with the stock cooler and thermal paste... (at 2.9 GHz)
     
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    xp-90c 92mm fan cpu temps 2.9 ghz=65c idle.
     

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