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    Default 1090T turbo feature.

    I have turbo set at 4GHz and would like to know when this feature is enable does the 6 core processor become 3 core? or the other 3 cores are still being utilize..

    I know only 3 cores get the boost.. just wanted to know does the other 3 cores become dead when this happens.

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    Turbo throttles the CPU and cores when needed. If there is not much going on, some cores sit idle or low loads. The OS assigns the executions Kev. It allows the CPU to rum more efficient... The cores will never be equal unless you use a stress test or the CPU is being taxed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drdeath View Post
    Turbo throttles the CPU and cores when needed. If there is not much going on, some cores sit idle or low loads. The OS assigns the executions Kev. It allows the CPU to rum more efficient... The cores will never be equal unless you use a stress test or the CPU is being taxed.
    Yes, turbo boost only 3 cores though. I'd be better just overclocking all of them 'eh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lil' Dead View Post
    Yes, turbo boost only 3 cores though. I'd be better just overclocking all of them 'eh?
    Not exactly...... Even if you manual overclock the cores never get equally loaded.

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    Kev, what are you trying to accomplish?

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    At stock, the cores getting boosted go up however many bins, and the cores being throttled go down to 4X IIRC, so you'll see 3.5ghz and 800mhz as the running frequencies during turbo.

    as jim said, all it does it clock some cores down, and only under load that doesn't utilize more than 3 cores. if it's a 4+ threaded application, all 6 cores will run at the same speed, if it's under 4 threads and you have turbo enabled, then 3 cores will clock up, and 3 cores will clock down to compensate for the heat generation. you can OC the whole CPU to 4ghz, or set the cpu to 3500mhz with a 4ghz turbo so you can have some extra speed when you need it, and it'll still be fast regardless. honestly, though, idk that i'd bother OCing if it'd only fetch me 300mhz.

    go straight to 4ghz across all cores and turn off turbo. turbo really shines, imo, when CnQ is enabled, so the CPU is constantly trying to achieve some efficiency (whatever efficiency can be had on Stars architecture anyway)

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    Good reply Logan!

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    Quote Originally Posted by logan View Post
    At stock, the cores getting boosted go up however many bins, and the cores being throttled go down to 4X IIRC, so you'll see 3.5ghz and 800mhz as the running frequencies during turbo.

    as jim said, all it does it clock some cores down, and only under load that doesn't utilize more than 3 cores. if it's a 4+ threaded application, all 6 cores will run at the same speed, if it's under 4 threads and you have turbo enabled, then 3 cores will clock up, and 3 cores will clock down to compensate for the heat generation. you can OC the whole CPU to 4ghz, or set the cpu to 3500mhz with a 4ghz turbo so you can have some extra speed when you need it, and it'll still be fast regardless. honestly, though, idk that i'd bother OCing if it'd only fetch me 300mhz.

    go straight to 4ghz across all cores and turn off turbo. turbo really shines, imo, when CnQ is enabled, so the CPU is constantly trying to achieve some efficiency (whatever efficiency can be had on Stars architecture anyway)
    I'm back at 4Ghz on all cores.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lil' Dead View Post
    I'm back at 4Ghz on all cores.
    I think I left something off when I typed that lol

    If your cooling is good enough and you don't care about your power bill, the ghetto turbo feature AMD uses in Thuban is easily trumped by a 5 minute OC. Intel's turbo is gangster. (italian with suit gangster, not guys with pants around their knees driving beat to hell impalas gangsta)

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    Quote Originally Posted by logan View Post
    I think I left something off when I typed that lol

    If your cooling is good enough and you don't care about your power bill, the ghetto turbo feature AMD uses in Thuban is easily trumped by a 5 minute OC. Intel's turbo is gangster. (italian with suit gangster, not guys with pants around their knees driving beat to hell impalas gangsta)
    On manually tuning turbo, you can overclock as high as a manual overclocking in the bios. Kev, if your temps are respectable, tune your voltage on vcore in bios to 1.55v and CPU NB to 1.35v. Disable C1E and cool n quiet. Set your memory to stock frequency, timing and voltage manually in bios Boot the system and start Turbo. Btw, keep your FSB at 200MHz in bios. When you start turbo go to advanced mode snd raise the multi on all 4 cores to 20.5. Run prime 95. If it passes a an hour. Raise the multi to 21 which should give you 4.2GHz. You should he able to get 4.2 with that processor.
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    Why not just drop turbo & try this instead for nice performance gains?cpu nb at 3074mhz
    http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1919643
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    Quote Originally Posted by Biff73 View Post
    Why not just drop turbo & try this instead for nice performance gains?cpu nb at 3074mhz
    http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1919643
    Yes, I have.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lil' Dead View Post
    I'm back at 4Ghz on all cores.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lil' Dead View Post
    Yes, I have.
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