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I would try clear Cmos.
Maybe its not the CPU but the Mobo that is somehow defect ?
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Originally Posted by FtW 420 View Post

I was benching intel XTU on the 2600k pretty recently, not single core but gives an idea of the performance difference



5.5Ghz 2600k above Vs. 4.7Ghz 4670k below


I'm interested in single core performance for games that don't support the extra cores. That's why I'm asking. The difference should minimal from my 4770k at 4.7 and my SBe at 5.0, but I'm still interested.
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I'm interested in single core performance for games that don't support the extra cores. That's why I'm asking. The difference should minimal from my 4770k at 4.7 and my SBe at 5.0, but I'm still interested.

Nice information.
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Does anybody have any idea about what this is??

i only see a blank page when i click manuel tuning in IETU


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I'm interested in single core performance for games that don't support the extra cores. That's why I'm asking. The difference should minimal from my 4770k at 4.7 and my SBe at 5.0, but I'm still interested.

Wouldn't you be able to use CineBench to gauge the single-core performance of each chip, then compare the scores afterwards?
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I'm interested in single core performance for games that don't support the extra cores. That's why I'm asking. The difference should minimal from my 4770k at 4.7 and my SBe at 5.0, but I'm still interested.

This is about the closest thing I can think of, the superpi 32m 4ghz thread. The cpus are all at 4ghz, the differences in times are in the IPC & memory.
Not really the same as what differences there may be in single core gaming though, the 3930k shouldn't be too limiting. Memory clock & timing makes more difference in pi than it does in games.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1300766/super-pi-32m-4ghz-efficiency-challenge/0_50
    
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Hi guys, did you notice that CPU-Z 1.68 finally shows real core voltage not only VID?

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Username: Lance01
CPU Model: I4770K
Core Multiplier: 46
VCore: 1.3
Uncore Multiplier: 35
Uncore VOltage: Auto
Cooling Solution: H100I
Stability Test: Aida64 (1 Hour 21 minutes)
Batch Number
Ram Speed: 1333 9-9-9-24
Input Voltage: Auto
Motherboard - MSI Z87 G45 Gaming

I am having a sensor or program issue with my motherboard and was curious if anyone had a answer for the question below.

When I run Aida64 and HWinfo64 for a while the motherboard temperature go from being in the 30s and then it spikes up to 133 degrees Celsius where it becomes stuck on 133 and does not move. This does not cause any crashes but as soon as I restart into my bios it show the temperature stuck on 133 in the bios for the motherboard. If I make a change in the bios and restart it reverts back to normal until I start rerunning these tests. Any ideas on what I could do to solve this?

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Well I'm back to the drawing board... Going to get 47x stable with minimal vcore. Trying what you guys noted earlier about vccin being more vital than vcore so I'll see how it goes.

Edit: Dumb question, but have any of you ever had issues with CPUID HWMonitor? Has it caused issues keeping it open I mean...

I had issues with GPU_Z crashing running benchmarks when it was open .... and not crashing while closed.....so I been wary since.
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Hi guys, did you notice that CPU-Z 1.68 finally shows real core voltage not only VID? Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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No joy for my Gigabyte...I still have to use 1.64 or HWINFO. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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