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FX-Series Processors Clock Speeds 'Revealed'

Discussion in 'News' started by btarunr, Jul 14, 2011.

  1. cadaveca

    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    True enough. I know for a fact that he was running into the smae on other forums, and stopped as well.

    For all we know, he's SeronX. :laugh:
     
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    I know don't shoot the messenger
    I did give a Grain of Salt message
    and SunnyKFC and OBR did have a huge major fight at the Xtreme System forums

    It is just Seronx short for Seronxolitus
    I am not him trust me look up Seronx, lol
     
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    LINK???????????? Must See Bitch Fight
     
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    news like this always transform in a endless posting with nothing good to read in ...
     
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    Especially now we have 2 guys with too much time to spends going back and forth with each other. :shadedshu:respect:
     
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    Since there is nothing else useful to add here...

    Screw you guys, I'm going to buy a VIA QC. :pimp:
    But seriously, these guys should be supported, so that they can enter the race as well.
     
  8. YautjaLord

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    FX-8120? Where's then FX-8130P? Nevermind: as long as this 8120 Turbo Boosts from 3.1 to 4.0GHz it's going to be one hell of OC'er; only thing left is the figures/tables showing how it performes vs Sandy/Ivy Bridge & Westmere. Hope you will make new "Dozer OC'ers Club" thread after it launches. :) And bta, you always deliver.

    P.S. Typo: from 3.6GHz to 4.2GHz it's not 500MHz, it's 600MHz turbo boost. Everything else is ace. Keep 'em coming, bta. :toast:
     
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    Ohhhh, AMD they did it
     
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    Any products out that we can look at? A quick search didn't turn up anything besides VIA's websites and some PR releases.
     
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    Bla bla bla. I want hard numbers not this fanboi bullshit.
     
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    ^Exactly^
     
  13. YautjaLord

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    I'm with Steevo plus one more question, bta: what revision these CPUs are? B2? C0?
     
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    The ones tested? B1. B2 is the new revision that will be released to consumers
     
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    no the ones tested " or claimed" are ES
     
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    They are all ES but with a B1 stepping. Amd delayed releasing the B1's to consumers because they were performing like shit.
     
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    Says who ? none of this is even properly documented. ES is ES, its nothing more. Its all FUD so stop railing on about it already, your just making yourself look like a dumbass doing so.
     
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    :laugh:

    Why do company's produce different stepping processors? To fix issues with a prior stepping. Want an Example?

    Phenom II X4 955 C2 :

    Had issues going over 3.6Ghz, Memory Controller hated anything over 1333

    Phenom II X4 955 C3 :

    Over 4Ghz without much issue, Much better memory performance with 1600

    Amd had to revise the processor because it was having issues.
     
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    Regardless you have NO IDEA what exactly these folks may or may not have had, so stop with the shit talking. seriously you come like a Intel shill and its tiring.

    Heres exactly what we do know in totallity

    New design

    Everything else is Bullshit.
     
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    Indeed. Since we now know that all of these "leaks" were nothing but fakes. So as it stands we have nothing to base speculation upon other than a leaked blurry photo of a Bulldozer die that may or may not be real.
     
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    I beleive B1 & Engineering Sample are the same thing; need to wait for info where it says that rev. B2 or C0 are hitting launch date; any info that says when those revisions are out will be more than sufficient.
     
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    Definately some ares ass's and definately they are talking.
     
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    May I ask, can anyone speculate what the difference between the 125W TDP varient and the 95W TDB variant of the FX-8120 will be?
    (besides temperature being lower)

    Thanks.
     
  24. YautjaLord

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    2Disruptor4:

    What you just said plus a bit more room to OC compared to 125W; same as 125W CPU compared to 140W TDP CPU. :) Though that's not the only thing you should worry: look what revision the CPU is - if it's rev. B2 95W TDP & the other is rev. C0 125W TDP, go for rev. C0 one even though it's 125W. Tends to OC better then lower (B2) revision.
     
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    Thanks YautjaLord. :)
     

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