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Abbreviations:

 

- "Leakage Scalar" - A part specific reference value for leakage behavior (ILC).

- "DSTT" - Dielectric Strike-Through Threshold. *

 

All of the values are part specific and based on actual production data.

 

The program supports all desktop (i.e FM2) Trinity & Richland APUs.

NPUs are not supported at the moment.

 

The voltage displayed in the DSTT field is not an absolute limit.

It should be used for reference only. The voltage is the highest "safe" (long term) voltage level in that temperature. The voltage can be exceeded for a short periods of time, however silicon level damage can occur.

 

Pressing "Copy Hash" button will copy the displayed hash-string to clipboard.

 

In case the UAC is enabled (Vista / 7 / 8) please run the program as admin.

 

AFI R1.00

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Abbreviations:   - "Leakage Scalar" - A part specific reference value for leakage behavior (ILC). - "DSTT" - Dielectric Strike-Through Threshold. *   All of the values are part specific and based

Thanks a lot for your works, and for sharing.   What's the "best" chips ? low leakage or high leakage (for LN2) ? and scalar high or low ?

Once decoded, it is.

 

Would it be interesting to add "actual CPU frequency" to the application, add a validation functionality, and create a benchmark category for this? Link the hash to an actual OC result, correlate, and get some interesting findings?

 

Or would none of those findings be any interesting?

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Would it be interesting to add "actual CPU frequency" to the application, add a validation functionality, and create a benchmark category for this? Link the hash to an actual OC result, correlate, and get some interesting findings?

 

Or would none of those findings be any interesting?

 

I've been thinking about it.

Currently I am crippled due lack of a proper driver.

The driver I am currently using cannot access physical memory.

 

Therefore I cannot read APIC to determine the clock frequency.

TSC and other performance counters on AMD is far too inaccurate for the purpose.

 

I have another driver which can access the physical memory, but it is unsigned and therefore cannot work with 64-bit Win 7 or 8 without activating the test mode.

 

I am hoping that people would show the "AFI" screen together with CPU-Z.

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Stilt: its something similar for Vishera? Btw, can you pay it for it (donate :)) a bit?

 

In your first post, seems for some quality of 8 GHz Richland :D

 

Unfortunately this is possible on APUs only.

CPUs need JTAG to extract the same information (thru the "Engineering Sandbox").

 

8GHz only?!

That won't do as I was thinking of ~ 8.4GHz ;)

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