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buy a better gpu
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buy a better gpu
How helpful of you to post such an useful comment and contribute greatly to this thread.

@Op, you have a golden 965. That's a very good voltage for 4.4 ghz. Most don't even get to 4.4 inside safe limits.
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How helpful of you to post such an useful comment and contribute greatly to this thread.

@Op, you have a golden 965. That's a very good voltage for 4.4 ghz. Most don't even get to 4.4 inside safe limits.
BTW - I don't want to give you guys the wrong impression. This set-up hasn't proved stable for the long term. It's just a short term jump to do some benching using different programs. Would I pass a stability test at these levels? I'd likely blow a MOSFET. I'll keep it at 4.0 24/7 thank you very much
    
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BTW - I don't want to give you guys the wrong impression. This set-up hasn't proved stable for the long term. It's just a short term jump to do some benching using different programs. Would I pass a stability test at these levels? I'd likely blow a MOSFET. I'll keep it at 4.0 24/7 thank you very much
i was going to say...i high doubt its stable at 4.4ghz with 1.45 volts on that cooler. 6950 will not be bottleneck by that cpu even at 3.8ghz. increasing the cpu clockspeed will help out alot when games are cpu intense like joining a 32 man server or more. heaven is like other said...its more on the gpu rather then the cpu. if your cpu and system is unstable...you wont get higher fps or score on benchmarks.
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What driver version? Just for reference I saw a 6.5 FPS increase from 3.3 Ghz to 4.0 Ghz. (On Cinebench 11.5, anyway)
Just tried cinebench 11.5

57.71 FPS stock, 71.18 FPS OC'd. That's more like it.
    
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i was going to say...i high doubt its stable at 4.4ghz with 1.45 volts on that cooler. 6950 will not be bottleneck by that cpu even at 3.8ghz. increasing the cpu clockspeed will help out alot when games are cpu intense like joining a 32 man server or more. heaven is like other said...its more on the gpu rather then the cpu. if your cpu and system is unstable...you wont get higher fps or score on benchmarks.
I'm going to start stability testing today. It's gone .5 hours without fail at 4.32Ghz @1.45V.

If I can get a 965 to 4.4Ghz on air at 1.45V stable, I'll take it out of my motherboard and frame it.
    
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lol...

Bigger base number, larger end number, lower % increase.

You picked the wrong card if you want to see a huge difference between stock and overclocked.
    
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Just tried cinebench 11.5

57.71 FPS stock, 71.18 FPS OC'd. That's more like it.
Very nice, Yea in my own defense I'm pretty sure I took my 4.0Ghz benchmark on ccc 11.3. I should do better on 11.5.
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