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Sabertooth and a AMD 8350 speed issues



 
 
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Old November 4th 13, 06:48 PM posted to alt.comp.hardware.amd.x86-64
Vince Coen[_2_]
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Default Sabertooth and a AMD 8350 speed issues

Hello All!

Having set up above system I am noticing that loads get very high according
to top/htop but the load is NOT spread between all the cores (it is an 8
core) with 16Gb (1600) Corsait Vengeance Pro Ram.
Is there a setting or two that is not correct in the UEFI bios or in the
Mageia v3 set up that I have not done?

I was expecting a very serious improvement over my older system bsaed
around a Intel Dual 2 Core E6600.

Both systems are/were set to stock speeds e.g., no overclocking as a small
performance increase of 10% etc does not justify the increased risk of
CPU/Ram failures.


Thanks for your help,

Vince


 




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