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My game crashed after successful XTU and Aida64 tests, not x264, then i found this thread and decided to make tests with x264.

Was my thought about temps, gonna stick to x45 then, thanks.


Last, you are talking about loop exe, i was unable to find it in the all-in-one link you gave, which seems to be the latest version anyway, have i missed something ? (tried 0 but is 0 and not infinite tongue.gif)
 
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To those who are about to delid, we salute you!

I used this thread to choose the thermal paste, CLU is too risky for my taste so I went with the second best performer.
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I will be delidding and lapping my4670K IHS this weekend using Diamond 7 carat. 5 GHz here I come!
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Far Cry 3, you magnificent stress test.

I've been running at 4.5GHz for months now without a single problem. Got BSOD code 124 a few hours into a FC3 session yesterday. Time to re-stabilize the OC. Whereas I thought I had a "median" 4770K, now it looks like mine is slightly worse than median.

I'll re-post my OC once true stability is found.
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Tried downloading X264 from the first page and for the life of me I can't get that thing to install correctly. Keeps telling me that I need to install avsynth. I already installed it though. Any help?
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I have 1 delided 4770k which can run 4.7 ghz on a msi mpower max mobo .Do you think this cpu able to run 3x 290 trix oc card or it will bottleneck?
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My game crashed after successful XTU and Aida64 tests, not x264, then i found this thread and decided to make tests with x264.

I'll be honest and say I haven't read the OP for awhile now but I hope it says that XTU "stress" is a useless task to go through. I personally put AIDA into the same category (as you found out). XTU Bench - I know others disagree - ran multiple times will find problems fast. It's not fool-proof but nothing is.
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I have 1 delided 4770k which can run 4.7 ghz on a msi mpower max mobo .Do you think this cpu able to run 3x 290 trix oc card or it will bottleneck?

If you are CPU limited or GPU limited depends on the task at hand. If it's a game, depends on the game, the engine, the settings (game settings) as well as resolution, AA used, even the type of level you are on and what's happening - if you like to max games at 1440p, you'll likely find 2-3 290's to come in handy. Two is more of a sweet spot than three though

For some games that are CPU limited, 4770k@4.7ghz and a pair of 290's will run faster than 3930k@5ghz and a pair of 290's. For others, 3930k wins (just a few i think) and for GPU limited stuff, they'd perform about the same

You can grab MSI afterburner and monitor GPU usage etc, as well as task manager or hwinfo for CPU, if you have a second screen they're handy to leave up and glance at if you want info for how your hardware is being utilized.

1 or more cpu cores near max load and GPU's not near max load? probably cpu-limited - 100% gpu load? probably gpu limited - or you can just leave them open in background and tab out to them if you only have one screen (but i'm using some old 1280x1024 thing from like 10 years ago as a secondary screen, surely worth very little in actual money, but amazing for productivity and stuff like this, would recommend to anyone)


edit: To be clear, GPU requirements for a given FPS are somewhat proportional to resolution. If your CPU can handle only 100fps and a single 290 can give you that on 1080p with the settings and game that you want, then there would be no gains from more.

But you might need two 290's for that on 1440p, or four on 2160p (4k)

The more demanding settings you want, the more powerful GPU's you can add and they'll still not be able to give you as much FPS as your cpu can handle (due to being overwhelmed with resolution, graphics settings, AA etc)
Edited by Cyro999 - 4/15/14 at 1:25am
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If you are CPU limited or GPU limited depends on the task at hand. If it's a game, depends on the game, the engine, the settings (game settings) as well as resolution, AA used, even the type of level you are on and what's happening - if you like to max games at 1440p, you'll likely find 2-3 290's to come in handy. Two is more of a sweet spot than three though

For some games that are CPU limited, 4770k@4.7ghz and a pair of 290's will run faster than 3930k@5ghz and a pair of 290's. For others, 3930k wins (just a few i think) and for GPU limited stuff, they'd perform about the same

You can grab MSI afterburner and monitor GPU usage etc, as well as task manager or hwinfo for CPU, if you have a second screen they're handy to leave up and glance at if you want info for how your hardware is being utilized.

1 or more cpu cores near max load and GPU's not near max load? probably cpu-limited - 100% gpu load? probably gpu limited - or you can just leave them open in background and tab out to them if you only have one screen (but i'm using some old 1280x1024 thing from like 10 years ago as a secondary screen, surely worth very little in actual money, but amazing for productivity and stuff like this, would recommend to anyone)


edit: To be clear, GPU requirements for a given FPS are somewhat proportional to resolution. If your CPU can handle only 100fps and a single 290 can give you that on 1080p with the settings and game that you want, then there would be no gains from more.

But you might need two 290's for that on 1440p, or four on 2160p (4k)

The more demanding settings you want, the more powerful GPU's you can add and they'll still not be able to give you as much FPS as your cpu can handle (due to being overwhelmed with resolution, graphics settings, AA etc)
thanks for the information but i will be using these cards with a 4k monitor in near future so am i gpu limited with 3 cards?
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If it's at 35, it's at 40. That's why everybody says to manually set 33

33 seem to have done the trick. no more 124 BSODs during Diablo 3.

I think i'm going back to my old voltage aswell since upping that never made a difference.

So it's gonna be 4,5 GHz @ 1.175 which passes Linpack + AVX no problem smile.gif
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thanks for the information but i will be using these cards with a 4k monitor in near future so am i gpu limited with 3 cards?

Depends on the game and settings, but you're likely to make good use of three with 4k 60hz if you want to
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