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Originally Posted by KyadCK View Post

Neither. Bus clocking is something you do to fine tune your overclock to get that extra hundred mhz or so, or if you need to get HT/NB/RAM past what the multipliers will allow. Some people prefer it, but it doesn't make a difference on PD. The best you can do is a combination of the two.
I want him to match my scores as well.
5Ghz: 8.57
5.2Ghz: 8.85

I forgot to set the process priority. Oops.

Here are my results at 4.6Ghz. I did have c6 enabled...Oops.
I will try clocking back up to 5.2Ghz and running this.
post #8112 of 67227
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Originally Posted by Serker24 View Post

I ordered The XSPC Raystorm RX240 Extreme, got it all Thursday, Just haven't took the time to do the lengthy install.With everything it's more than the cost of the cpu.I hope the results are worth it.Has anyone here that has purchased either this or the RS240 and switched from air seen major results?

You should get stability at 5.0 GHZ with the Raystorm outfit. I think you will be happy with it. I am upgrading my H100 , which is insufficient for my cooling needs under stress, to the Swiftech H320. Iis an upgrade of the new H220. The only difference is radiator size. The h220 has 240mm all copper radiator, while the H320 has a 360 mm radiator. I should get temps under stress at about 56 Centigrade instead of the 63-66 Centigrade that I now get at about 4.7 GHZ.. I may be able to push the voltage high enough to get a stable 4.8- 4.9 GHZ. My chip is a voltage pig so I do not believe it will get to 5.0 GHZ, though I will try. The Swiftech is not a custom water loop, though it has an all copper water block, all copper radiator, superior tubing, and a high quality more powerful pump than the Corsairs and other close loop systems. Also it can be upgraded to an extra block and radiator so that you can cool your gpu as well.
post #8113 of 67227
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You should get stability at 5.0 GHZ with the Raystorm outfit. I think you will be happy with it. I am upgrading my H100 , which is insufficient for my cooling needs under stress, to the Swiftech H320. Iis an upgrade of the new H220. The only difference is radiator size. The h220 has 240mm all copper radiator, while the H320 has a 360 mm radiator. I should get temps under stress at about 56 Centigrade instead of the 63-66 Centigrade that I now get at about 4.7 GHZ.. I may be able to push the voltage high enough to get a stable 4.8- 4.9 GHZ. My chip is a voltage pig so I do not believe it will get to 5.0 GHZ, though I will try. The Swiftech is not a custom water loop, though it has an all copper water block, all copper radiator, superior tubing, and a high quality more powerful pump than the Corsairs and other close loop systems. Also it can be upgraded to an extra block and radiator so that you can cool your gpu as well.

Nice! I have yet to install it...Today I am being vindictive and still posting results with the EVO... sorry, after all the disgusting accusations by a certain member.I am driven to drive this evo thing into the ground.If they kick me off here I'm ok with that! You and I got off to a bad start but I do respect you and all of your data.Thanks my friend! My hands will be full installing what I purchased.I hope it works out because I have the bug now.smile.gif
post #8114 of 67227
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Neither. Bus clocking is something you do to fine tune your overclock to get that extra hundred mhz or so, or if you need to get HT/NB/RAM past what the multipliers will allow. Some people prefer it, but it doesn't make a difference on PD. The best you can do is a combination of the two.
I want him to match my scores as well.
5Ghz: 8.57
5.2Ghz: 8.85

I forgot to set the process priority. Oops.

Here is a 4.9 run posting...
post #8115 of 67227
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Originally Posted by Serker24 View Post

This Question is for the guys on here that have been OC'ing a long time and have legitimate searchable record clocks... There seems to be 2 camps
A-FSB clocking
B-CPU multiplier clocking

For the Vishera? What seems to net the highest performance across the board?

I am not a high overclocker, but from my own experimentation, if you are able to get a 5.0 GHZ plus front-bus clock you will get better frame rates and better perforamce in general. That is because you will be elevating your HT link frequency often times well above 2600 ( default) . That will mean faster data pipeline.
post #8116 of 67227
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Here is a 4.9 run posting...

Notice that Aero is crashing at this and all clocks I have posted above this.Stable to get a run,but suicide runs if 24/7 is expected.IDK...May be a cooling issue,lack of experience, or the hard limits of my fx-8350...either way I am ok with this because it's giving up data which is why we all come here.For those that are awesome overclockers...Don't be mad at a noob kicking your butts,For those new?I'm sure you all can relate that purchasing products,and testing them can sometimes be very frustrating.lol.I mean no harm here. redface.gif
post #8117 of 67227
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Originally Posted by os2wiz View Post

I am not a high overclocker, but from my own experimentation, if you are able to get a 5.0 GHZ plus front-bus clock you will get better frame rates and better perforamce in general. That is because you will be elevating your HT link frequency often times well above 2600 ( default) . That will mean faster data pipeline.
I am finding that out...Fun Times.thumb.gif
post #8118 of 67227
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Here is a 4.9 run posting...

Notice that Aero is crashing at this and all clocks I have posted above this.Stable to get a run,but suicide runs if 24/7 is expected.IDK...May be a cooling issue,lack of experience, or the hard limits of my fx-8350...either way I am ok with this because it's giving up data which is why we all come here.For those that are awesome overclockers...Don't be mad at a noob kicking your butts,For those new?I'm sure you all can relate that purchasing products,and testing them can sometimes be very frustrating.lol.I mean no harm here. redface.gif

You're at 60C with only Cinebench, which means anything that will actually use your CPU will send you into the 70's. You aren't beating anyone, let alone experienced overclockers, you're the norm.
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post #8119 of 67227
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You're at 60C with only Cinebench, which means anything that will actually use your CPU will send you into the 70's. You aren't beating anyone, let alone experienced overclockers, you're the norm.

You are correct sir... Very correct. That statement was pointed and childish.
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You are correct sir... Very correct. That statement was pointed and childish.

Meaning "my" statement. I totally respect your postings and intelligence.Thank you!
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