Finally got stable at 4.8ghz with LLC changed from "extreme" to "high" and vcore at 1.488volt! My HT link is at 2400mhz should i increase it to like around 3200mhz wich i have had it running before with stock voltage, or should i be happy with my cpu stable with a reasonable vcore? Is it a good vcore for 4.8ghz? And i have my NB at 2400mhz at stock voltage (there is no option in bios to increase the volt to the NB). And i have my ram at 1920mhz 10-10-10-24. I personally am satiesfied with my clock but i guess it always have room for improvement, but i cant go higher on my NB clock at 2400mhz cause dualbios kicks in if i go higher then 2400mhz on the NB. But i can increase the HT to about 3200mhz without touching HT link voltage. And last i am running 3dmark vantage benching and now i am number 1 on the list with ppl running the fx8350 and gtx660 sli
So i am very satiesfied cause it took a long time to be number 1 but finally, so i am a happy bunny
check the link at my 3dmark vantage score and pls compare and look at others with the same setup as me, and let me know what you think. The closest one after me got "32643" and i got "33185" so the difference in scores is "542" points
At the moment i dont feel like playing around cause i am number 1 now and i dont wanna loose that position, i think i will wait until someone beats me. The thing i might do is save this profile in bios and write down the numbers for my oc´d gpu´s and then maybe try to increase the HT speed if you guys think it could get my score higher? And maybe the timings for the ram, or raise the fsb until im at around 2133mhz but then i would have to increase the timings to 11-11-11. So i dont know if it would be better to be at 2133mhz then 1920mhz with lower timings?
What do you guys think i will do? Maybe settle for now or try oc even higher? I just dont wanna loose my number 1 position in 3dmark
Thanks in advance!