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I haven't tweaked it properly yet so I can get it validated
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I ran another Shogun 2 benchmark this morning after tightening my memory up and whatnot this week.

Gained a few fps.



What can you guys score on the Shogun 2 1080p High scripted benchmark?

P.S> Congrats on breaking 5 Ghz Tweek. I tried it the other day and fell short. I can hit 4.97 Ghz with auto-voltages and CnQ on, and every attempt I made at going over 5 Ghz failed. I will probably give it another go this weekend.

LOL- I just noticed that you had done it too TG. I am amazed I can get so close- and every try that I have made- including walking up 1 bus speed at a time and trying the lowest multi to hit 5 Ghz has not worked. I did not go and "pull off the training wheels" on this FX quite yet tho.
Edited by Jagged_Steel - 7/20/12 at 4:24pm
    
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Wow, it really stinks in here. Did somebody take off their shoes? rolleyes.gif
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OK since i started testing yesterday ive made some progress now take in to consideration a have a pos 600w psu made by inland link
( http://www.microcenter.com/single_product_results.phtml?product_id=0346706 ) well heres my tests










now my temps are a bit lower becouse i invested in another fan if i had a better air cooling system in conjunction with my noctua instead of my current ghetto set up i would have lower temps what i do like is this inspires me to mod and design somthing that will look nice and work good
if your able to keep temps even lower u can reach higher clocks i think mines could do 5ghz if i had better cooling i ran prime 40 somthing mins
i took snips during and after the test higest temp was 69 on the cores it could be alot less during the test temps would drop on full load to mid 40s and 50s in the right configuration so dont think noctua and
mx-4 arnt doing their job is just me as a crappy owner doing a poor job at creating a decent air flow i didnt expect my cpu/nb to get to 2.6 but yea it did yea i could have ran prime longer but i didnt think it was necessary its just a point im trying to make poor cooling = poor performance
this chip isnt as bad as people make it out to be i dont think a intel would with stand the abuse i put this chip through lol now also these arnt ganna be my final setting i will invest more now on cooling thumb.gif note: these been the same settings ive been using with slight up to the voltages thats the only thing ive changed i also think if i had a higher quality psu i wouldnt need as much voltage just some food for thought


Update!!!!!!!! i hit 4.6 ghz cpunb 2.6 htl 2.6!!!! XD






lmao cpu-z u fail glitch much cpuz? smh cpu-z smh too late i just noticed cpuz glitched during the test



just upped some voltage and wam it didnt crash in prime i know i didnt run it that long butim very sure its stable biggrin.gif
Edited by Kalistoval - 7/20/12 at 11:34pm
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Doesnt look like you ran it long at all. What was the cpu voltage you used in bios to his 4.6?
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Doesnt look like you ran it long at all. What was the cpu voltage you used in bios to his 4.6?

1.48v cpu
1.47 cpu nb
now before people start saying omg thats high chill its on a pos psu ive kinda expected that
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Your cpu voltage might be considered slightly little too high but it all depends on the chip as well. Some people can hit 5ghz at 1.5v and others it takes 1.6v. Its all in the setup as far as how good your chip is and what mobo you have, and yes im sure psu has some say so in the matter as well.

I would say your cpu/nb voltage is really high imo.
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Your cpu voltage might be considered slightly little too high but it all depends on the chip as well. Some people can hit 5ghz at 1.5v and others it takes 1.6v. Its all in the setup as far as how good your chip is and what mobo you have, and yes im sure psu has some say so in the matter as well.
I would say your cpu/nb voltage is really high imo.


even with the asus ai suit it will set my cpu/nb to 1.47 in my max oc for asus ai and its has proven to be a stable voltage in countless tests thus far but im sure my psu is playing a major role i wont run more test right now cuz my room temp isnt at the right temp its kinda on the warmer side right now so it be unfair thats how i been testing so for
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Well, considering that CPU/NB stock is 2000 @ 1.175 and 2200 runs perfectly stable @ 1.2V (and sometimes lower) I'd say that 1.47 on the CPU/NB is EXTREMELY high and probably adding quite a bit to his temps.
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I agree. For a 2600 cpu/nb i dont see why you should exceed 1.25v-1.3v but probably leaning more toward the 1.3
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