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5900.5 mhz with AMD A8-3870K at 5900.5MHz

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CPU details

  • Model: AMD A8-3870K 'Llano'
  • Cooling: Liquid Nitrogen
  • Speed: 5,900.5MHz (+96.68%)
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  • Model: Radeon HD 6550D (BeaverCreek) AMD
  • Cooling: Liquid Nitrogen
  • Speed: 600MHz / 0MHz (Stock)
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Recent Comments

United States Tsunamijuan commented on his own score:

Brought to you by Vasoline, Ln2, and 2.3volts of vcore :D

United States I.M.O.G. says:

lol! Nice work Juan!

Australia Dinos22 says:

damn! well done

Soulman84 says:

this llanos surely love volts! congrats

United States Tsunamijuan says:

Thanks guys, this was tons of fun :D

Christian Ney says:

Only 5.9 GHz ?

 

hehe good for me :D

United States Tsunamijuan says:

ran out of ln2 or i would of proably gotten a bit more out of it.

United States I.M.O.G. says:

How was the boil off at those volts Juan?

 

On bulldozer, boil off seems the same as deneb/thuban at less than 1.8v or so. Above that and boil off at idle is similar to deneb/thuban under load.

 

Curious if you notice a big difference at 2.3v compared to 1.8 or less on the chip.

United States Hondacity says:

excellent cpu cooler on the south lol.

 

those rams are iced up..crazy

United States Tsunamijuan says:

How was the boil off at those volts Juan?

 

On bulldozer, boil off seems the same as deneb/thuban at less than 1.8v or so. Above that and boil off at idle is similar to deneb/thuban under load.

 

Curious if you notice a big difference at 2.3v compared to 1.8 or less on the chip.

 

It could be a little more extreme at times, you could tell when it froze or was getting close to freezing due to how rapid the boil would get. Otherwise the chip is generally so low powered that its just sipping ln2 most of the time. Only time you really really notice these chip heat up is when you get a 4core + apu load, At that point the temperature and watt load swing quite quickly, from the 130ish-170ish watts to around 350-400ish watts under extremely high clocks.

Austria _mat_ says:

Hey, nice score!

 

One question: I can't see any voltmod on your board or am I offically blind now? How do you get above 1.8 vcore? Thanks in advance!

Austria _mat_ says:

Ok, I got it. Easy Tune 6 has a slider that goes beyond 1.8 volts. Let's test it. :)

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