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AM2 FX62 Overclocking Action!

Discussão em 'Novidades Hardware PC' iniciada por Zarolho, 23 de Maio de 2006. (Respostas: 56; Visualizações: 4447)

  1. Zarolho

    Zarolho Power Member

    I found that this FX62 was a pretty good overclocker. I haven’t had a chance to overclock it on water yet.
    First I tested it on my -95C cascade, it lasted all of about 20 seconds, yes it has a cold bug, froze up around -40C[​IMG]
    I then put it on my -30C cooler and it ran well. Nice stable speed of 3636MHz. I had to keep my HTT down because of the cold bug so I used the 18 multi, basically 202x18 using 1.58V.
    The memory was running at 808MHz.

    Hardware used:
    FX62
    Foxconn NF5 motherboard
    2x1024MB Corsair 8500C5
    2x 7900GTX
    OCZ 700W PSU

    The Foxconn mobo is a pretty good board, very stable, easy to overclock, and very forgiving. I like this AM2 stuff. The CPU needs very little voltage, must be that there is no stress on the chip with the High Latency DDR2[​IMG]

    OPP

    http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=47436&stc=1&d=1148364248

    http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=47437&stc=1&d=1148367724

    http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?t=100443

    The cool thing about this motherboard is the PCIe clocks. The two x16 buses default at 125MHz as apposed to 100MHz. If you have 7900GTX cards you will find you can overclock the core on those cards a lot higher with this feature. I gained 100MHz overclock on my 7900 cards running in SLI.

    [​IMG]

    [​IMG]

    http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showpost.php?p=1466013&postcount=10
     
  2. mascarilha

    mascarilha I folded Myself

    AMD Announces Athlon 64 FX-62 and Athlon 64 X2 5000+ AM2 Proccessors


    AM2 7900GTX SLI take 51k 03' easy

    [​IMG]

    http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?t=100458



    AMD its back :D


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    Última edição: 23 de Maio de 2006
  3. Kursk_crash

    Kursk_crash Banido

    2,8V ??

    issoé mais um bug do cpuz certo ??
     
  4. Zarolho

    Zarolho Power Member

    Socket AM2 Platform: DDR2 SDRAM Support from AMD


    Conclusion

    Summing up everything we have said about the new AMD Socket AM2 platform we have to admit that the introduction of DDR2 SDRAM support is a small evolutionary step forward. Our tests showed that the transition to DDR2 SDRAM doesn’t bring in any significant performance gain. Moreover, you have to make sure that your system uses the fastest DDR2 SDRAM with 800MHz frequency and minimal timings if you want to see any performance improvement at all. The widely spread DDR2-667 SDRAM may sometimes provide absolutely no performance gain at all compared with the Socket 939 platforms supporting DDR400 SDRAM with low timings settings.

    In conclusions I would like to say that the arrival of the Socket AM2 platform supporting DDR2 SDRAM is still not an ordinary occasion. Even though Socket AM2 systems do not boast any superior advantages over the Socket 939 platform at this time, the positive effect from this transition will be more evident in the future. Of course, DDR2 SDRAM is a much more promising memory standard. Its working frequency and bandwidth increase dynamically, its price goes down faster and it allows building high-capacity memory DIMM modules. As a result, AMD will certainly win from betting on DDR2. And the timing is simply perfect: no one will accuse AMD of unjustified moves neither from the performance nor from the pricing standpoint.

    However, there is no real pressure from Intel, AMD’s main competitor, at this time. AMD CPUs retain their leading positions practically in all applications. The increasing clock speed of the top models has definitely contributed to that: Athlon 64 X2 is now running at 2.6GHz and Athlon 64 FX-62 - at 2.8GHz. Of course, there is some concern that this state of things may change when new Intel Core processors come out, but it is still too early to talk about it.

    I have to confess that I was left with a little bit of disappointment deep inside now that I have taken a close look at the new core Revision F processors from AMD. The thing is that company engineers have once again done just a few minor modifications and didn’t make any in-depth architectural changes. This approach to processor improvement will sooner or later lead AMD Athlon 64 processor family to a frustrating defeat in the “armament drive”. Unfortunately, we do not have any information about significant changes of the K8 micro-architecture at this time.



    http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/cpu/display/amd-socket-am2.html



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    It offers ways to raise system performance inch-by-inch and step-by-step to achieve maximum performance! This is about getting the most out of your machine and taking pride in your customized computer.
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    (Stepless Frequency Selection) allows - FSB tuning from 200MHz up to 400MHz at 1MHz increment
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    Última edição: 23 de Maio de 2006
  5. mascarilha

    mascarilha I folded Myself

    xeira-me k vamos ter mais WRs pelo user KING :D


    os timings das memorias tb sao mto bons.


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  6. RuFuS

    RuFuS Power Member

    A mim tb me cheira...mas é com o conroe!!! :x2:
     
  7. mascarilha

    mascarilha I folded Myself

    pois talvez quando sairem :D

    estou a falar do presente :x2:


    btw:

    FOXCON POWA :D


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  8. God_Lx

    God_Lx Folding Member

    O que eu sei é k o homem com menos 200Mhz no CPU fez mais 1200Marks no 2003... Mesmas gráficas... Hmm...
     
  9. mascarilha

    mascarilha I folded Myself


    ?????

    3Dmark 2003 :

    cpu 2800Mhz ----- 37500marks

    cpu 3050Mhz ----- 43000 marks

    cpu 3400Mhz ---- 51400 marks
     
  10. God_Lx

    God_Lx Folding Member

    mascarilha vai à ORB e vê os primeiros dois lugares, são os dois do K|ngP|n com as mesmas gráficas... Só muda o CPU de um FX-60 a 3.6Ghz para o FX-62 a 3.4Ghz e o FX-62 sacou mais mil e tal pontos...
     
  11. RuFuS

    RuFuS Power Member

    isso não tá um bocado abusado?
    É que só com mais 600mhz aumenta bastante o score.. :p

    BTW...isto continua com coldbug...não me parece que valha a pena...
     
  12. mascarilha

    mascarilha I folded Myself


    os cloks na grafica nao sao os mesmos ;)


    ha OK , pensei k estivesses a referir aos scores com o mesmo CPU (Fx-62) .


    deve ter sido tb por causa das memorias , ajudaram decerteza .

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  13. RuFuS

    RuFuS Power Member

    ah, ok!
    não tinha reparado nesse pormenor!

    Mas o recorde já tá no conroe...com 62XXXmarks...este fx não chega...
     
  14. mascarilha

    mascarilha I folded Myself

    hoje andas um bocadito a leste :D :

    estes 51K com FX-62 nao foi no 3dmark 2001 foi no 3dmark 2003 :D


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  15. RuFuS

    RuFuS Power Member

    :lol:

    Qt é que o conroe faz no 3d03? Isso tá em sli ou Xfire?

    edit:
    Tou mesmo mal hoje... :smilliex:

     
  16. God_Lx

    God_Lx Folding Member

    mascarilha não sei as memórias ajudam assim tanto... Aliás, no 3DMark03 as memórias ajudam o k se sabe... Perto de 0... LOL !

    O score ir subindo conforme o CPU sobe só prova o quão CPU Limited ficam duas 7900/X1900... E se um FX-60 a 3.6Ghz limita mais k um FX-62 a 3.4 axo k tá tudo dito...
     
  17. mascarilha

    mascarilha I folded Myself

    Pena e estes CPUs serem tao caros , pk parecem ser xelentes makinas .


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  18. Mandrak_RM

    Mandrak_RM Power Member

    Tou a gostar destes novos AMD.
    Ao k parece o ganho em performance é maior do que akele que se previa.

    Vou aguardar por mais resultados mas parece k n vão ficar assim tao atras do Conroe.



    fiquem bem
     
  19. Rudzer

    Rudzer Power Member

    Os gajos da Epox estão completamente presos ao passado...basta olhar para essa board (estou a falar do layout, cooler no chipset e afins e não da cor do PCB que isso não conta pra nada)
     

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