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Concerned about my new FX 6300 cpu

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January 17, 2013 3:40:34 AM

I am a bit confused how turbo mode works but while gaming I notice through core temp that im only seeing it get boosted to around 3.8 or 3.9 and its suppose to be boosted to 4.1 is there a flaw in the chip or is that the speed the cpu needs to work. I am lost here since this is my first home built amd system I used to have an old Q6600 pc that died recently. Also I am running a 6850 gpu.

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January 17, 2013 4:08:26 AM

I'm pretty sure it's based on the program and how many cores that program uses.

Like:
1 Core 4.1ghz
2 cores 4.0ghz
3 cores 3.9ghz
etc.
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January 17, 2013 4:10:50 AM

Your cpu is working absolutely fine.

Turbo core will boost speed as per the load requirement. if the os sees that cpu load can be addressed by just boosting to 3.8-3.9, then it will not force the cpu to its maximum turbo limit.

my i5 2400 can reach a mximum turbo of 3.4 on one core, 3.3 on 2 cores and 3.2 on all cores. what that means is that for a single threaded high load, one core will boost to 3.4 for dual threaded high load, two cores will reach 3.3 and all this is for short bursts only as in that small time, you usually exceed your processor's rated power draw.

I do not know how turbo core exactly works but windows thread scheduling should be similar to how it works on intel so i would like to believe that 4.1 turbo should be a single core/module speed attainable by the cpu.

you can disable 5 cores in your BIOS and stress test one core and see if you hit 4.1. I think you will

good luck
-satyam
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January 17, 2013 4:25:07 AM

Automatically boost no problem .
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January 17, 2013 4:34:28 AM

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