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MrSeanKon 27th May, 2008 09:01 AM

Phenom o/c guide using OcBible
 
Bonjour dsio! :D
What the matter with you??
Hey folks!
LEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEET!
I deviced to throw in garbage my backup PC (CeleronD) thus the current SanDiego 3700+ will the backup.
But the main :evil: will be AMD of course!
I paid almost 1000 USA (or 600 Euros) and on Thursday or on Friday I will get the new toys.
Let's see if the old fashioned AMD estimators of OcBible work OK for AMD X4 CPUs.
Stay tunned until my first posts LEEEEEEEEEEEEET ask me anything you want.
gizmo I hate you! :p

dabaerman 11th June, 2008 02:32 AM

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Originally Posted by MrSeanKon (Post 474272)
.........ask me anything you want.:p

ok, here goes. does Phenom X4 need 64bit os to function????

Ron

Redroar 11th June, 2008 02:55 AM

Dabaerman:
MrSeanKon has taken a much-needed break...see here for more info

wild_andy_c 13th June, 2008 07:05 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by dabaerman (Post 475069)
ok, here goes. does Phenom X4 need 64bit os to function????

Ron

32 bit or 64 bit or even 16bit ;)

It will run any OS for x86 architectures, and i won't bash it - a good platform with 780 or 790 chipset indeed.

MrSeanKon 29th August, 2008 06:35 AM

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Originally Posted by Redroar (Post 475070)
Dabaerman:
MrSeanKon has taken a much-needed break..

Thank you mate :)
Sorry guys I could not surf.

Quote:

Originally Posted by dabaerman (Post 475069)
does Phenom X4 need 64bit os to function????

No as wild_andy_c replied.
The OS is Windows XP SP2 (I unistalled SP3) and recognizes the CPU all seem that OK.

What's up with the OcBible estimators?
Although are made for single core AMD CPUs I tried the AMD Breakdown CPU speed & the predictions were good.
Actually the CPU follows cubic convergence (the n is almost 0.3)
Moreover does not high Vcores which is obviously since the startup n is < 0.5
The MSF1 is 2794 MHz (four SuperPi 32M simultaneously) and Vcore1 is a bit higher than its default voltage (1.25 Volts)
If you would like to post (other day) more stuff (plots & photos) let me know :)


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