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i5 4670k Low 3dmark 11 score?

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I dont have a screen shot but my score in 3dmark 11 with an OCED i5 4670k to 4ghz and DUAL MODE RAM WITH C-STATE AND EISM DISABLED ISSS...... 8014....... I find this score extremely low because I see people at 4ghz go to 8400+ and I dont seem to understand the error of the problem after stress testing and fiddiling in the bios I just cant seem to find the problem! Help would be appreciated! Also, I have C-state disabled intel turbo and eist disabled and ram running in dual channel 8gb 1600mhz ram also im getting max temps of 75 degrees in 7 hours of prime95 stress testing with an stock cooler! PLEASE HELP!
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I dont have a screen shot but my score in 3dmark 11 with an OCED i5 4670k to 4ghz and DUAL MODE RAM WITH C-STATE AND EISM DISABLED ISSS...... 8014....... I find this score extremely low because I see people at 4ghz go to 8400+ and I dont seem to understand the error of the problem after stress testing and fiddiling in the bios I just cant seem to find the problem! Help would be appreciated! Also, I have C-state disabled intel turbo and eist disabled and ram running in dual channel 8gb 1600mhz ram also im getting max temps of 75 degrees in 7 hours of prime95 stress testing with an stock cooler! PLEASE HELP!

When looking at 3dmark 11 scores you have to look at the physics score as well as the overall score. Cpus with more cores & threads will give a higher physics score & higher overall score at the same clocks you are running.
It has been a while since I tested with a stock cooler, but they aren't great & 4Ghz with temps at 75° does not sound unusual.
    
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When looking at 3dmark 11 scores you have to look at the physics score as well as the overall score. Cpus with more cores & threads will give a higher physics score & higher overall score at the same clocks you are running.
It has been a while since I tested with a stock cooler, but they aren't great & 4Ghz with temps at 75° does not sound unusual.
I See but could the heat be a problem? Also I saw a guy with 4.1 ghz i5 4670k get 8400+ and thats nearly 400 over my score with 100 more mhz... doesn't sound usual to me :\ but is there any way i can improve my score? 0.O
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When Turbo Boost is disabled, a 4670K will run at its default clock speed which is only 3.4 GHz. Not all motherboards handle disabling Turbo Boost in the bios correctly. When you disable Turbo Boost in the bios and then try to run a high multiplier, some motherboards are smart enough to look at your settings and enable Turbo Boost without your knowledge. That's a good thing because it needs to be enabled in the CPU to go higher than 3.4 GHz. Make sure that when your CPU is fully loaded with Prime95 that Turbo Boost is working correctly.
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well isn't this suprising... lol ill try to have everything tested and get back to you specifically on friday!
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