AMD Bulldozer FX-8120 (B2 Revision) Gets Benchmarked at 4GHz Turbo Core Frequency

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Sep 20, 2011
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Benchmarks of AMD’s Upcoming FX-8120 Processor have been posted by a user over at Coolaler Forums. The Zambezi-FX chip is an B2 Engineering Sample which is supported on the AM3+ Socket Motherboards featuring AMD’s 990FX/SB950 Chipset.

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The FX-8120 (FX-8120P as mentioned by the User) is an OctaCore model featuring a TDP of 125W, Stock Clock Speed of 3.10 GHz and a Turbo Core Frequency of 4.00GH. The Processor is also available for Pre-Order at 221.73 US$ as revealed by CPU-World over here.

The Benchmarks were done at Stock Speed and also 4GHz Frequency with varying NorthBridge CPU frequencies. The most interesting part is the CineBench R11.5 result where the CPU scored a max of 6.39 Points at its max 4GHz Frequency compared to the 6.95 Points of the FX-8150P running at its 4.2Ghz Turbo Core Frequency in the benchmark’s from OBR’s post over here.  Following are full results:

CineBench R11.5:

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AMD FX-8120 @ 4Ghz – 6.39 Points

AMD FX-8150 @ 4.2Ghz- 6.95 Points

3D Mark Vantage: 

AMD FX-8120 @ 4Ghz – 20,607 CPU Score

AID64 Memory Benchmark (Read/Write/Copy /s):

AMD FX-8120 @ 4Ghz – 12385Mb/11223Mb/16618MB /s

WPrime 32M Calculations:

AMD FX-8120 @ 4Ghz – 20m 29.33 Sec

Head over to the Source for more Benchmark goodness!

 

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