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Just stick with 4.3. 4.3 on all cores is still an overclock compared to stock 39-39-38-37.
In your situation i would go to 4.3 and try overclock the memory. As example: 1866 cas10 to 2133 cas 9 gives over 6gflops improvement in AVX2 alone.
post #22 of 22
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Never overclocked memory, seems way to complicated, I am running 1600 so i assume 1866 is next up.'

I hate jumping into something I dunno even the basics, but if it will really help performance i'm all for free speed .

Atleast with overclocking it's voltage and mulitplier, and with all your help she just went 2 hours prime95, so I stopped there as should be enough for any games I play.

Now if you have some premade settings for ram I would consider it/learn it.
Edited by Vaath - 9/21/13 at 10:48am
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