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ok guys... I ended up getting my x5460... really happy with the overclock... its running 4.27ghz @ 1.35v... only thing though is I upgraded from a 770gtx to a 780gtx, cuz I've really gotten addicted to TITANFALL for PC...I upgraded to the 770 and titanfall ran really laggy... I couldn't max out the graphix when others were saying they had the 770gtx maxed out... so I bought the gtx 780 and I still can't run insane settings which is why

I think I'm coming to the conclusion maybe the x5460 was a bad upgrade from my q9450 for GAMING especially if its bottlenecking my graphics card even @ 4.27ghz... my cpu usage during game play goes from 60-99% usage... usually 2 of the 4 cores are in the 90's and other 2 are in 60-70s... my ram is 8gb ddr2 @ 900mhz 5-5-5-15...

well I think I bought the gtx 780 when maybe I should have upgraded my cpu and mobo in the first place for GAMING... so my question is do you guys think it is my CPU X5460 BOTTLENECKING MY GTX 780 AND MY 770 GTX?

I can't think of any other reason why its so laggy, but it kind of upsets me cuz I would have never got this x5460 to overclock if it was still going to bottleneck.. feel like I wasted my time... before I come to that conclusion though I'd like to know what you guys think...

'Upgrading' from Q9450 to X5460 is an utter waste of money. Get a modern platform and sell your 775 gears while they're still worth something.
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'Upgrading' from Q9450 to X5460 is an utter waste of money. Get a modern platform and sell your 775 gears while they're still worth something.

I don't agree.

Going from a Q9450@2.66 GHz to a X5460@4.4 GHz is a pretty huge upgrade, and for $50 it is dirt cheap too.

Ofc, it'd be best if everyone had $500-1k to dump on a new system, but ppl don't so this mod is a good solution for ppl on a budget.
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Hey guys: what are you using for a frames per secound counter? My version of FRAPS and MSI after burner are not working in the curennt games I'm playing. ( crysis 2, Burnout paridises, Bioshock Infinate) Thanks RKDxpress.
post #2904 of 12379
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'Upgrading' from Q9450 to X5460 is an utter waste of money. Get a modern platform and sell your 775 gears while they're still worth something.

I don't agree.

Going from a Q9450@2.66 GHz to a X5460@4.4 GHz is a pretty huge upgrade, and for $50 it is dirt cheap too.

Ofc, it'd be best if everyone had $500-1k to dump on a new system, but ppl don't so this mod is a good solution for ppl on a budget.

Ummm, you are comparing a stock 9450 to an overclocked 5460? More like 3.8G vs 4.4G.
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Ummm, you are comparing a stock 9450 to an overclocked 5460? More like 3.8G vs 4.4G.

Reaching 3.8 Ghz with a Q9450 requires knowledge how to overclock, and a high end motherboard able to be stable at 500 MHz FSB. 90% of motherboards made for S775 are unable to offer stability at 500 MHz FSB.

Even so, operating 24/7 at 500 MHz FSB placed additional stress on the motherboard and its NB pushing higher system temperatures.

So yes, a X5460 would be a huge upgrade compared to a crippled CPU such as the Q9450 which most users would only manage to overclock up to 3.6 GHz, and even that is very optimistic.
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I was able to get my q9450 to 3.6ghz 1800fsb stable... my x5460 I have a 4.27 1800 fsb stable... I checked temps while gaming and I am getting 55-63c... so I do not think my cpu is thermal throttling... my temps have nothing to do with crippling my games....

I am kinda thinkin upgrading from my q9450 @ 3.6 to this at 4.2 was kind of a waste of money...I do not see any improvements at all.. my computer don't boot up or run any programs any faster than my q9450 did... and I feel I have seen no improvement in gaming as well...I mean I couldn't even max out battlefield 4 with my gtx 770 with this cpu.... and I am not able to max out titanfall with either my gtx 770 or gtx 780... come on, there is no way titanfall and battlefield 4 is crippling the gtx 780... it has to be the cpu right?
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I was able to get my q9450 to 3.6ghz 1800fsb stable... my x5460 I have a 4.27 1800 fsb stable... I checked temps while gaming and I am getting 55-63c... so I do not think my cpu is thermal throttling... my temps have nothing to do with crippling my games....

I am kinda thinkin upgrading from my q9450 @ 3.6 to this at 4.2 was kind of a waste of money...I do not see any improvements at all.. my computer don't boot up or run any programs any faster than my q9450 did... and I feel I have seen no improvement in gaming as well...I mean I couldn't even max out battlefield 4 with my gtx 770 with this cpu.... and I am not able to max out titanfall with either my gtx 770 or gtx 780... come on, there is no way titanfall and battlefield 4 is crippling the gtx 780... it has to be the cpu right?

Yes, like I said, your CPU is bottlenecking your GPU. As noted above, this is unsurprising as even my GTX 580 got bottlenecked by my QX9650@4.1 GHz on rare occasions.

You are obviously wrong in that there is no improvement from 3.6 to 4.3 GHz as both single threaded and multi threaded apps run much faster. This is like basic knowledge.

The performance of a Core 2 CPU at or above 4GHz is just fine for playing modern games at 1920X1080 and ULTRA settings at around 30 FPS though very occasionally you may experience dips in the single digits in some games at ultra settings. I was happy with my QX9650@4.1 GHz playing WoW, SWTOR and Rome II.

However, if you are not satisfied with the performance of your system, sell your mobo+RAM+CPU at e-bay and buy modern ones. Core 2 gaming is for people on a budget.
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post #2908 of 12379
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Yes, like I said, your CPU is bottlenecking your GPU. As noted above, this is unsurprising as even my GTX 580 got bottlenecked by my QX9650@4.1 GHz on rare occasions.

You are obviously wrong in that there is no improvement from 3.6 to 4.3 GHz as both single threaded and multi threaded apps run much faster. This is like basic knowledge.

The performance of a Core 2 CPU at or above 4GHz is just fine for playing modern games at 1920X1080 and ULTRA settings at around 30 FPS though very occasionally you may experience dips in the single digits in some games at ultra settings. I was happy with my QX9650@4.1 GHz playing WoW, SWTOR and Rome II.

However, if you are not satisfied with the performance of your system, sell your mobo+RAM+CPU at e-bay and buy modern ones. Core 2 gaming is for people on a budget.

how can you tell if your cpu is bottlenecking your video card? all 4 cores are never at 100%... 2 of them seem to run higher than the other 2 but they are usually in the 60, 70's sometimes 80's ... the other 2 are in 70's 80's and 90's.. that's usuage not temps

1920x1080 is my gaming resolution.. I get more than 30 fps... I usually am sitting at 60 fps with vsync on.. with it off I get into the 100's fps but it will drop to 30's 40's sometimes... which I think is unplayable.. I don't see how anyone plays with 30 fps.. its horrible, basically 5-30fps looks the same to me. laggy as hell... I buy a $1500 to play smooth... Ive never seen 30fps run smooth.... when I drop into the 40's and 50s fps I notice the lag.. seems to stutter

and I'm sorry I see no increase in performance with my booting and or my programs going from 3.6 to 4.2 on cpu... just don't see it

so you basically had a core 2 near what I have my x5460 at.. what did you upgrade to and did you see a fps increase in gaming @ 1920x1080 in your games...

I'm not hurting for money right hense me buying a gtx 770 and a gtx 780 and still have them both... but I was told that upgrading to a i5 or i7 from my q9450 would be a dumb upgrade at 1920x1080... so I was pushed into upgrading to the x5460, that that was a better upgrade... that there is not difference between a x5460 @ 4.2 and a 4670k at 4.2... they will play the games the same... I was lead to believe that that's true
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how can you tell if your cpu is bottlenecking your video card? all 4 cores are never at 100%... 2 of them seem to run higher than the other 2 but they are usually in the 60, 70's sometimes 80's ... the other 2 are in 70's 80's and 90's.. that's usuage not temps

1920x1080 is my gaming resolution.. I get more than 30 fps... I usually am sitting at 60 fps with vsync on.. with it off I get into the 100's fps but it will drop to 30's 40's sometimes... which I think is unplayable.. I don't see how anyone plays with 30 fps.. its horrible, basically 5-30fps looks the same to me. laggy as hell... I buy a $1500 to play smooth... Ive never seen 30fps run smooth.... when I drop into the 40's and 50s fps I notice the lag.. seems to stutter

and I'm sorry I see no increase in performance with my booting and or my programs going from 3.6 to 4.2 on cpu... just don't see it

so you basically had a core 2 near what I have my x5460 at.. what did you upgrade to and did you see a fps increase in gaming @ 1920x1080 in your games...

I'm not hurting for money right hense me buying a gtx 770 and a gtx 780 and still have them both... but I was told that upgrading to a i5 or i7 from my q9450 would be a dumb upgrade at 1920x1080... so I was pushed into upgrading to the x5460, that that was a better upgrade... that there is not difference between a x5460 @ 4.2 and a 4670k at 4.2... they will play the games the same... I was lead to believe that that's true

1. You can tell your CPU is bottlenecking your GPU when GPU usage is below 95ish%.

2. Ah so you are one of the "120 FPS or I am laggin'" types. Get a 4770k, enable hyperthreading and overclock it to 4.8 GHz. Since "120 FPS or I am laggin'" types often find even the 4770k way too slow and money is not an issue, you may want to buy a Core i7 Extreme 4960X and overclock it to 5 GHz. You can also buy two additional 780's and run triple SLI with an X79 motherboard.

3. I was gaming at 30ish FPS both with my QX9650 and my 4770k. Movies are set to run at around 35 FPS, so anything over 35ish FPS is meaningless. There is no additional performance going above 35ish FPS. You just think there is. It's all in your head. Oh and, when you watch a movie there is no lag. A movie runs at 35 FPS, ergo 35ish FPS is not laggy.

4. QX9650@4GHz---->4770k is 99% the same. Upgrading your CPU won't get you any faster load times. Sorry to disappoint you. A SSD will though.

5. You can use passmark to benchmark your CPU at 3,6GHz and 4.3 GHz. https://www.passmark.com/ This will help you note the difference between 3.6 GHz and 4.3 GHz.

6. When you stutter, you are into single digit FPS territory, i.e. below 10 FPS.

7. I upgraded from a QX9650@4.1 GHz to a 4770k@ stock. It is 99% the same. The "1%" that's different concerns certain battles at Rome II: Total War 1920X0180 ULTRA where there are thousands of high resolution units on the map. Under such conditions, my QX9650@4.1 GHz used to occasionally dip below 10 FPS. It was fine 99% of the time though for my gaming needs.

TLDR: "120 FPS or I'm laggin' types find the 4770k too slow. I recommend you go for a Core i7 Extreme 4960X.
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I have an Asus P5K PRO mobo and Xeon E5450. Every time I turn on the pc appears the message: "to unleash this cpu full power please perform bios update process" . Can anyone add the microcodes to modify the bios?

Thanks for help thumb.gif

My latest bios is :

http://dlcdnet.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/socket775/P5K_Pro/P5K-PRO-1303.zip
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