1055T hits 4.4ghz on air 3.1ghz NB

Discussion in 'Processors and motherboards AMD' started by Titan7170, Apr 16, 2010.

  1. Titan7170

    Titan7170 Member Guru

    Messages:
    132
    Likes Received:
    0
    GPU:
    Sapphire R9 290XT 4gb
  2. KizilejdeR

    KizilejdeR Member

    Messages:
    47
    Likes Received:
    0
    GPU:
    Sapphire Hd5850 1Gb
    Wow!Super clocks for air:eek2:
     
  3. Titan7170

    Titan7170 Member Guru

    Messages:
    132
    Likes Received:
    0
    GPU:
    Sapphire R9 290XT 4gb
    if he is doing 4.4ghz on air........Im doing 4.5-4.6ghz on water:)
     
  4. Corbus

    Corbus Ancient Guru

    Messages:
    2,465
    Likes Received:
    72
    GPU:
    Moist 6900 XT
    that is just awesome,cant wait to see some benches
     

  5. deltatux

    deltatux Ancient Guru

    Messages:
    19,051
    Likes Received:
    13
    GPU:
    GIGABYTE Radeon R9 280
    Does anyone remember when these hexacores coming out?

    deltatux
     
  6. ezodagrom

    ezodagrom Master Guru

    Messages:
    599
    Likes Received:
    47
    GPU:
    MSI GTX 1660 Ti 6GB
    April 26, I think.
     
  7. Psychlone

    Psychlone Ancient Guru

    Messages:
    3,688
    Likes Received:
    1
    GPU:
    Radeon HD5970 Engineering
  8. phill1978

    phill1978 Master Guru

    Messages:
    715
    Likes Received:
    0
    GPU:
    Saphire 1GB 5850@840/1140
    after all the intel bunch were saying, at the price of a 1055T and a cheapo AM3 board with bios flash will get you same power as an intel rig costing £300 more lol
     
  9. psybersoma

    psybersoma Active Member

    Messages:
    99
    Likes Received:
    0
    GPU:
    GTX 470 OC 725/1450/1850
    I don't get it.. I've got a Phenom 2 965 clocked at just over 4Ghz. My 1M SuperPI score was 17sec flat. Just slightly behind this 6-core Thuron at 4.2Ghz.

    I figured the Thuron would have left me behind.. like at 10sec..

    What gives???
     
    Last edited: Apr 18, 2010
  10. krayzieNRG

    krayzieNRG Master Guru

    Messages:
    928
    Likes Received:
    6
    GPU:
    ASUS STRIX GTX 970
    As to what I've heard super PI uses only one core,maybe that's why
     

  11. Titan7170

    Titan7170 Member Guru

    Messages:
    132
    Likes Received:
    0
    GPU:
    Sapphire R9 290XT 4gb
    it only uses 1 core
     
  12. bhokuto

    bhokuto Master Guru

    Messages:
    239
    Likes Received:
    0
    GPU:
    MSI R5670 HD 1GB DDR5
    Actually it muddles across all cores, but one is predominant.
    it'll go from one to the other, but, doesn't use a single core and does not
    use 100%. share's the load, core 0 could be 80%, core 1 could be 12%, and so forth.

    Run AMD Overdrive and set to Status, CPU and see the cores run up and down.

    You can also use CoreTemp and set the intervals tightly so there's a slight delay or real time actual.
     
  13. Titan7170

    Titan7170 Member Guru

    Messages:
    132
    Likes Received:
    0
    GPU:
    Sapphire R9 290XT 4gb

    I dont let it run like that. I usually test each core on its own by setting affinity........theres usually cores that do better than others in single threaded tests, you can use the faster core to get a better result if thats what you are looking for in stuff like superpi 1m........Ive done that a few times for speed contests I entered.

    I like tests like cinebench-cinebench 11.5 better where it utilizes all the cores.
     
  14. Psychlone

    Psychlone Ancient Guru

    Messages:
    3,688
    Likes Received:
    1
    GPU:
    Radeon HD5970 Engineering
    ...which is why wPrime is a better quick-and-dirty test than SuperPi...it uses all cores simultaneously instead of ramping up one and partially using the rest like SuperPi does.

    The Thuban at STOCK speeds was pumping out 32M wPrime at 4.something seconds - that's a full 300(and something) seconds quicker than my 940 overclocked to 4GHz.
    Which corresponds to my prediction years ago that core speeds will fall by the wayside to more cores. Having more cores to run multithreaded apps (of which, there isn't may *yet*) is going to be what get us there quicker than having less cores but higher core speeds. I've been talking about this for years - seems that some software devs are just now catching on to the power of multi-core processing!

    Psychlone
     

Share This Page