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7.38 GHz AMD APU on MSI FM2-A85XA-G65
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Default 7.38 GHz AMD APU on MSI FM2-A85XA-G65 - 10-09-2012, 13:55 | posts: 21,707 | Location: Guru3D testlab

MSI announced that their brand new FM2-A85XA-G65 has just set a stunning new world-record CPU speed for AMD's new A10 APUs. Featuring MSI's new DigitALL power design with Military Class III componen...

7.38 GHz AMD APU on MSI FM2-A85XA-G65
   
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Default 10-09-2012, 13:57 | posts: 13,909 | Location: USA

Oh snap.
   
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Default 10-09-2012, 15:27 | posts: 5,721 | Location: Switzerland

In addition, Massman have got some fun with Trinity ( Ln2 cooled )

Look like this is the first IGP to hit 10K in 3Dmark vantage:

APU details
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Model: A10-5800K 'Trinity'
Cooling: Liquid Nitrogen [-185 C under load]
C -185 (load) -185 (idle) 20 (ambient)
Batch: GA 1216PNT 0063
Speed: 3,800 @ 5,242MHz (ref/imc/qpi: 124/3,495/MHz)

Integrated GPU details..

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Model: GIGABYTE Radeon HD 7660D (Devastator)
Cooling: Liquid Nitrogen [-185 C under load]
Temperature ( C ): -185 (load) -185 (idle)
Batch: GA 1216PNT 0063
Clockspeed: 667/0 (stock) @ 1,591/1,331 MHz



http://hwbot.org/submission/2316144_...0d_10002_marks




More infos, screen, photos, video and settings here
http://hwbot.org/news/8180_hwbot_tes...3dmark_vantage

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Default 10-11-2012, 05:08 | posts: 3,678 | Location: Barcelona, Spain

I know I'm being quite of an ass here but... at that frequency can it even beat a non-overclocked 3rd gen Intel i7 ?

Don't get me wrong, I bought an AMD solely because I want to contribute to AMD not going bankrupt, but their CPU performance vs Intel is still extremely sub-par.
   
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I know I'm being quite of an ass here but... at that frequency can it even beat a non-overclocked 3rd gen Intel i7 ?
You're comparing an entry-level/budget processor....to a High-end processor....but yes, at 7.38ghz, it would outperform a stock clocked Ivy Bridge i7


   
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Default 10-11-2012, 06:23 | posts: 3,678 | Location: Barcelona, Spain

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You're comparing an entry-level/budget processor....to a High-end processor....
My point exactly: if you take out ATi from the equation, AMD right now is just an entry-level/budget processor brand.

I remember that the first AMD to get to the 1 GHz mark was very very competitive, but right now AMD doesn't have any CPUs that can compete with Intel on the high-end.

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but yes, at 7.38ghz, it would outperform a stock clocked Ivy Bridge i7
That would be nice to check. Are there any numbers to confirm that allegation?
   
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Default 10-11-2012, 14:32 | posts: 5,721 | Location: Switzerland

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My point exactly: if you take out ATi from the equation, AMD right now is just an entry-level/budget processor brand.

I remember that the first AMD to get to the 1 GHz mark was very very competitive, but right now AMD doesn't have any CPUs that can compete with Intel on the high-end.



That would be nice to check. Are there any numbers to confirm that allegation?
Its not a question of AMD vs Intel here.. compare what is comparable, you will not compare this with an I7 3770K.... there's the FX series for that.. ( lets hope the new FX second generation will be better .)
   
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I want it over nine thousand.
   
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Default 10-11-2012, 16:15 | posts: 3,678 | Location: Barcelona, Spain

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Its not a question of AMD vs Intel here.. compare what is comparable, you will not compare this with an I7 3770K.... there's the FX series for that.. ( lets hope the new FX second generation will be better .)
The FX series isn't much better than the CPU of the A10 so... what's your point?
   
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Default 10-11-2012, 16:19 | posts: 6,129 | Location: Wolverhampton/United Kingdom

Nice clocks but still its pointless seen as these chip are entry level and are aimed at people with low income or people wanting to build a small quiet HTPC not a massively overclocked beast with LN2 pooring out the top...

But I suppose the old saying "because we can..." motto comes to mind
   
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Yawn...
   
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Default 10-11-2012, 18:34 | posts: 5,721 | Location: Switzerland

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The FX series isn't much better than the CPU of the A10 so... what's your point?
The point is not if the FX is better, but at least they are in the same category ..

The A10 or this type of APU are more comparable to an dual core with 4 threads.. ( 2 modules who each contain 2 cores ).... + a good 65% is in reality the gpu.

The A10 replace the A8 "Lianno", something will come for replace the FX 8000 series then.

But you are right, they are not High end parts, but have never intended to be.

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Nice clocks but still its pointless seen as these chip are entry level and are aimed at people with low income or people wanting to build a small quiet HTPC not a massively overclocked beast with LN2 pooring out the top...

But I suppose the old saying "because we can..." motto comes to mind
Just cause it is a lot fun, who can remind easely the good old time with A64 ... pushing 1500mhz on this integrated GPU + find all the good timing, adjust frequencies, NB bus, memory etc ..

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but can it run Crysis ?





Sorry
   
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but can it run Crysis ?





Sorry
I have noticed the quote is always can it run cyrsis, Did Crytech really drop the ball that bad with 2? makes me wonder about 3 lol
   
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Default 10-12-2012, 00:14 | posts: 2,924 | Location: Tampa Bay, FL

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My point exactly: if you take out ATi from the equation, AMD right now is just an entry-level/budget processor brand.

I remember that the first AMD to get to the 1 GHz mark was very very competitive, but right now AMD doesn't have any CPUs that can compete with Intel on the high-end.
This isn't an Intel vs AMD thread, and that couldn't be more off topic. Not only was this feat (from the actual thread topic) impressive, AMD also holds the world record for the worlds fastest CPU http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-501465_1...36-501465.html

I don't care what anyone says, that is impressive!
   
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Default 10-12-2012, 00:31 | posts: 3,678 | Location: Barcelona, Spain

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This isn't an Intel vs AMD thread, and that couldn't be more off topic. Not only was this feat (from the actual thread topic) impressive, AMD also holds the world record for the worlds fastest CPU http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-501465_1...36-501465.html

I don't care what anyone says, that is impressive!
Well... I'm just stating that I'm somewhat disappointed with AMD. There's really no point on meaningless overclock numbers when IRL the performance is sub-par even when over-clocked or even super-clocked.

How fast is that super-clocked 8.4 GHz Bulldozer? There are no benchmarks to show that it's actually the fastest CPU on earth.
   
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Default 10-12-2012, 01:51 | posts: 8,126 | Location: UK

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Well... I'm just stating that I'm somewhat disappointed with AMD. There's really no point on meaningless overclock numbers when IRL the performance is sub-par even when over-clocked or even super-clocked.

How fast is that super-clocked 8.4 GHz Bulldozer? There are no benchmarks to show that it's actually the fastest CPU on earth.
well arent you missing the point? it's about what is the fastest speed a certain cpu can reach not about comparisons with other cpus.

if it runs @8.4ghz no need to analyse it further...y esta!
   
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well arent you missing the point? it's about what is the fastest speed a certain cpu can reach not about comparisons with other cpus.

if it runs @8.4ghz no need to analyse it further...y esta!
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Default 10-12-2012, 03:00 | posts: 761 | Location: Pacific Ring of Fire

but can it run crysis? - is an epic and forever will be funny comment.

but

can Chuck Norris run crysis?
   
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Default 10-12-2012, 03:01 | posts: 3,678 | Location: Barcelona, Spain

Then it's the commercial CPU with the highest achieved frequency. Not sure if it's the fastest. Y ya est!
   
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but can it run crysis? - is an epic and forever will be funny comment.

but

can Chuck Norris run crysis?
Chuck Norris is Crysis!!

Remember Chuck Norris does not flush the toilet, he scares the sh*t out of it.
   
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Chuck Norris is Crysis!!

Remember Chuck Norris does not flush the toilet, he scares the sh*t out of it.
A clever move Chuck Norris, it all makes sense now.

Chuck Norris died 20 years ago, Death just hasn't built up the courage to tell him yet.
   
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A clever move Chuck Norris, it all makes sense now.

Chuck Norris died 20 years ago, Death just hasn't built up the courage to tell him yet.
Or his toupe, chuck norris is joke in him self never mind all the jokes about him.

On topic though is is high OC, to bad it not a realistic OC like most these records
   
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