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I tested 4.3 Core 3.9-4.3 Uncore in Cinebench and Other benchmarks but there's no difference.

I think you'll see a slight difference. The variance in cinebench 11.5 was large (on different boots, i saw 10.33 and 10.45 on the same oc settings.. just re-opening program i could see a variance from say 10.4 to 10.44.. on REALTIME priority) so it's hard to say. Questionable if it's worth giving up the ability to drop uncore frequency to 800mhz that is available when you set 35x on my board (40x load, 800mhz idle) unless i misunderstand it
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post #22 of 23
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Originally Posted by Cyro999 View Post

I think you'll see a slight difference. The variance in cinebench 11.5 was large (on different boots, i saw 10.33 and 10.45 on the same oc settings.. just re-opening program i could see a variance from say 10.4 to 10.44.. on REALTIME priority) so it's hard to say. Questionable if it's worth giving up the ability to drop uncore frequency to 800mhz that is available when you set 35x on my board (40x load, 800mhz idle) unless i misunderstand it

Well personally it gave me the same results every time, the one i've posted in the last thread i spoke to you.
I was running at 4.1 earlier but i dropped to 4.0 because there was no gain and i lowered power consumption and temps without any noticable performance loss what so ever.

But i do guess how hardcore you measure it you are bound to find differences and possibly more so on higher core speeds.
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Well personally it gave me the same results every time, the one i've posted in the last thread i spoke to you.
I was running at 4.1 earlier but i dropped to 4.0 because there was no gain and i lowered power consumption and temps without any noticable performance loss what so ever.

But i do guess how hardcore you measure it you are bound to find differences and possibly more so on higher core speeds.

However has anyone actually seen an increase in core stability over a lower uncore multiplier?
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