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- Extreme League

9min 19sec 828ms with AMD FX-8350 at 7910MHz

Ranking position

n/a

Global rank:

1st

FX-8350 rank:

Cup Gold 1st out of 92

Points earned for overclocker league

Points earned for team league

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Hardware details

CPU details

  • Model: AMD FX-8350 'Vishera'
  • Cooling: Liquid Nitrogen
  • Speed: 7,910MHz (+97.75%)
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VGA details

  • Speed: MHz / MHz (Stock)

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Disk details

  • Capacity: 1000GB (IDE)

Power details

  • Manufacturer: Enermax
  • Series: MaxRevo
  • Power: 1,200 Watt
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Recent Comments

United Kingdom HiVizMan commented on his own score:

Guess I no longer need the backup. :) Thanks to Trevor from Thomas Keating Ltd for the incredible CPU pot, I can not wait for the next revision. ASUS and ROG for the motherboard support, Enermaz, Corsair and OCUK for their generosity. Mansfield Cryogenics supply the LN2, Steve and Peter you both rock, thanks for driving down so many times these last three weeks of hell just to fill my two tanks. This round has been hectic especially with me killing so much hardware,but hey that is ho...

FlanK3r says:

wow, you are kidding me?:) Awesome score man! Write more about it at ROG forum :).

Bulgaria I.nfraR.ed says:

How many did you bin?

United Kingdom HiVizMan says:

Flank3r yeah I posted in your thread on ROG. :)

 

I.NFRAR.ED - The first time I binned over 20 8350 processors, but then Roman destroyed the 32Mil scores and broke the 9.30 mark, and even my back ups and I had to start all over again.

 

In the end I think it was closer to 100 processors the second time round, not just 8350'I binned all new AMD processors in my search for a 8GHz benching processor. I got this one from Amazon EU by the way. It came close to benching at 8GHz with 7990MHz for the final runs but I never got to bench over 8GHz for 32 Mil that is Romans alone.

TaPaKaH says:

Have you tried the chip(s) on raw clocks?

Bulgaria I.nfraR.ed says:

Thanks for the honest answer. Your performance is good. Roman's chip throttled I think, but haven't compared loop by loop.

I had the same with my 8040 1M run. I can probably do better, especially in multi-thread benchmarks, but need CH5F.

Gigabyte boards I have surrender much earlier.

Belgium Massman says:

Whoah, amazing score!

United Kingdom HiVizMan says:

Sam - I try to stay focused on a single outcome, so there was no thought of seeing what the max frequency was. Mainly because trying for a suicide CPUz shot would mean not being able to bench that CPU later if it died or was damaged. As it was I lost quite a few processors during the final binning process in any case.

 

At the end of the day I would have liked to join the elite club of benching 32Mil at 8GHz with Roman but that is not going to happen any time soon. I certainly tried, and killed processors in search of that goal over the last week of the contest. I got real close but ... no cigar.

Germany der8auer says:

Strong result man! I think our copy waza was the problem looking at the loops. Might try again after the country cup :)

United Kingdom El Gappo says:

Nice one Dagmar. Impressive stuff.

United States l0ud_sil3nc3 says:

Strong result man! I think our copy waza was the problem looking at the loops. Might try again after the country cup :)

 

I think I will join this battle after CC as well:)

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