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Open task manager , cpu-z , gpu-z and hardware monitor on your secondary display . Start you game on the main monitor, watch the information displayed by those programs. If its thermal related hardware monitor should direct you to the problem , Gpu-z will let you know if your video card is overheating and let you measure it's usage. Task manager will let you know if you run short of memory or if there is something running in the back ground that is stealin yo gigglehurtz smile.gif

Good luck.

If i had to hazard a guess, it's most likely throttling due to the motherboards vrms overheating, but that is just a guess. You could try opeing the case and placing a fan directly on them , see what happens.
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post #12 of 14
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Originally Posted by Youown View Post

Yeah, I guess it could be the motherboard but for some reason that doesn't feel right to me. I'm installing a heatsink with some Arctic Silver thermal paste soon, Saturday actually, I suppose that will help tremendously with the temperatures.

And your motherboard support a MAX TDP of 95W when your CPU is without OC 125W TDP.

With what program do u read temps? if u look with HWiNFo, u will see Core temps and CPU temp. U will see the difference.

Your Motherboard does not support your CPU properly.

Source:

Motherboard:
http://www.asrock.nl/mb/NVIDIA/N68-VS3%20FX/?cat=Specifications

CPU:
http://products.amd.com/en-us/desktopcpuresult.aspx?f1=AMD+FX+8-Core+Black+Edition&f2=FX-8120&f3=3100&f4=1024&f5=AM3%2b&f6=&f7=32nm&f8=125+W&f9=5200&f10=False&f11=True&f12=True

Good luck;)
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Originally Posted by NasT89 View Post

And your motherboard support a MAX TDP of 95W when your CPU is without OC 125W TDP.

With what program do u read temps? if u look with HWiNFo, u will see Core temps and CPU temp. U will see the difference.

Your Motherboard does not support your CPU properly.

Source:

Motherboard:
http://www.asrock.nl/mb/NVIDIA/N68-VS3%20FX/?cat=Specifications

CPU:
http://products.amd.com/en-us/desktopcpuresult.aspx?f1=AMD+FX+8-Core+Black+Edition&f2=FX-8120&f3=3100&f4=1024&f5=AM3%2b&f6=&f7=32nm&f8=125+W&f9=5200&f10=False&f11=True&f12=True

Good luck;)
So the motherboard is throttling the CPU?
post #14 of 14
The motherboard causes it yeah.. smile.gif
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