Originally Posted by xoleras
Z77 boards usually get higher graphics score I thinks. Boards with the PLX chip have slightly more pcie latency (hence lower gfx score)
Ah well. Thanks
Edit: So, just wondering if anyone messed with the other 3 "matches" when narrowing down the values in ArtMoney to 4. I know the top one, 00449000, is the core voltage one that you want to edit. But the others change values as well when you apply a different core voltage value in AB (watch the values of these in AM after you move them over to the right column and then apply a different voltage in AB). I'm going to be at work for a while so I can't offer any more info at the moment, but I changed the one (I think the 3rd value of the 4), and it gave my voltage slider a max value of +100mv. But it was still adjustable like normal, only that the max slider value was now +100mv instead of +93mv, which was nice.
But yeah just wondering if anyone else gave any attention to the other 3 values, because they do change with core voltage adjustments in AB, but not exactly to the same value. Are these sort of a hidden secondary voltage value that AB automatically assigns based on the core voltage slider? Maybe changing all of the values would allow for more effective overclocks at higher than +93?
I don't know. Just some info to throw out there while I'm bored and stuck at work. I'll try messing around with the other 3 values when I get home later.Edited by dph314 - 8/13/12 at 8:59am