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Phenom FX-82 to run at 4.4GHz stock?
SceptreCore 
7/9/08 7:06:21 PM
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Quote by lukey1990
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... so why would they sell out? + Destroy the CPU division of the company..



Yeah.. that too!

And also Id like to point out that Nehalem has a high multiplier aswell, infact the 2.93GHz quad core has a 22x multi.

http://www.fudzilla.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=9247&Itemid=66

So what is to say that AMD haven't finally cracked the coe in getting there CPU's above the norm. Also the guy who overclocked it 4.11GHz set the multiplier to 31x. So perhaps it's all about the multi with nehalem... without even touching the QPI bus speed.

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lukey1990 
7/9/08 9:17:06 PM
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Well Nehelam will support DDR3 and Tri-channel RAM too.

So with that much bandwidth the HT Bus speed overclocked may provide a valuable increases in performance.

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SceptreCore 
8/9/08 1:50:31 PM
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Quote by lukey1990
Well Nehelam will support DDR3 and Tri-channel RAM too.

So with that much bandwidth the HT Bus speed overclocked may provide a valuable increases in performance.


That's right!

I think you will find that the HT bus will be better to overclock then the QPI bus... especially at such low speeds.

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lukey1990 
8/9/08 11:06:42 PM
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Quote by SceptreCore
Quote by lukey1990
Well Nehelam will support DDR3 and Tri-channel RAM too.

So with that much bandwidth the HT Bus speed overclocked may provide a valuable increases in performance.


That's right!

I think you will find that the HT bus will be better to overclock then the QPI bus... especially at such low speeds.



The QPI bus is Intel's equivalent of AMD's HT bus, i just couldn't remember what Intel had decided to call it.

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Jeruselem 
9/9/08 10:46:35 AM
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QPI = Quick Path Interconnect

:)

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mark84 
9/9/08 1:53:48 PM
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QPI = Quite Pathetic Impersonation

;)

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MisterK 
9/9/08 3:13:08 PM
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Quote by mark84
QPI = Quite Pathetic Impersonation

;)



...of Alpha's tech.

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Jeruselem 
9/9/08 3:27:28 PM
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HT = Hyper Throttling!

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SceptreCore 
9/9/08 4:10:45 PM
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Quote by lukey1990
Quote by SceptreCore
Quote by lukey1990
Well Nehelam will support DDR3 and Tri-channel RAM too.

So with that much bandwidth the HT Bus speed overclocked may provide a valuable increases in performance.


That's right!

I think you will find that the HT bus will be better to overclock then the QPI bus... especially at such low speeds.



The QPI bus is Intel's equivalent of AMD's HT bus, i just couldn't remember what Intel had decided to call it.


I know.. but as the two are similar... I was comparing them.

HT vs. QPI. Hyper is actually faster then QPI, but only on version 3.1.

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