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I posted up on MSI forums to see if anyone can figure out why I drop bandwidth with 2200 or higher mem speed
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post #22442 of 22605
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BCLK is for fiddling with RAM speeds beyond what the RAM multipliers offer. Or if you want to set some odd CPU speed such as...

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Jack, since you're on BCLK OC, do you think that it helps in achieving higher clocks, even slightly, with the same VCore? Like 50 - 100 MHz using the same VCore one would use on a normal OC? What is your opinion?

Thanks.
    
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Jack, since you're on BCLK OC, do you think that it helps in achieving higher clocks, even slightly, with the same VCore? Like 50 - 100 MHz using the same VCore one would use on a normal OC? What is your opinion?

Thanks.
I've tried to compare BCLK differences before and there was no difference at all. Even physically it doesn't make sense to me, the chip is running at the same core clock, just the generator is running 125 MHz instead of 100 and the ratio multiplier is different. Would have to retest which takes a lot of time but I would say none or very much close to no difference. Maybe there was a difference on older CPUs but then those were BCLK OC only (locked ratio) anyway so... doesn't even apply there.
Don't have the time right now to do a few days of benching and comparing.

Changing BCLK is good for RAM OC, that's about it. Or if you want to set some 50MHz step on Intel, like 4250, 4750, or bump it up to 103MHz or 127MHz to get that extra last bit which is as high as you can usually go but may not be 24/7 stable with GPUs. 45 * 101 = 4545 MHz, so you can play with the in between ratios clocks.

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I've tried to compare BCLK differences before and there was no difference at all. Even physically it doesn't make sense to me, the chip is running at the same core clock, just the generator is running 125 MHz instead of 100 and the ratio multiplier is different. Would have to retest which takes a lot of time but I would say none or very much close to no difference. Maybe there was a difference on older CPUs but then those were BCLK OC only (locked ratio) anyway so... doesn't even apply there.
Don't have the time right now to do a few days of benching and comparing.

Changing BCLK is good for RAM OC, that's about it. Or if you want to set some 50MHz step on Intel, like 4250, 4750, or bump it up to 103MHz or 127MHz to get that extra last bit which is as high as you can usually go but may not be 24/7 stable with GPUs. 45 * 101 = 4545 MHz, so you can play with the in between ratios clocks.

Thank you, I agree thumb.gif
    
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Does anybody use Gigabyte Z97X-Gaming 5 beta bios F8a
from here:
https://forums.tweaktown.com/gigabyte/28441-gigabyte-beta-bios.html

is it stable? is there anything different?
post #22446 of 22605
Someone put this gem of a 4790k up for sale last night.
Now I'm $300 poorer.
But I may manage to hit the magic 5.0GHz on air...

Edited by Spork13 - 10/18/17 at 1:27pm
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traded in my trusty 4790k for a 5775c. its been fun boys
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Someone put this gem of a 4790k up for sale last night.
Now I'm $300 poorer.
But I may manage to hit the magic 5.0GHz on air...

Lol does that say 1.515V core voltage, or are my eyes bad? I don't use XTU, gave it a try a long time ago and it was a joke. Maybe that's a bug, but if that guy was running 1.515V for 5GHz, you definitely won't be hitting it on air cooling. I don't know what to make of that screenshot tbph, but it's a bit concerning.
    
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Lol does that say 1.515V core voltage, or are my eyes bad? I don't use XTU, gave it a try a long time ago and it was a joke. Maybe that's a bug, but if that guy was running 1.515V for 5GHz, you definitely won't be hitting it on air cooling. I don't know what to make of that screenshot tbph, but it's a bit concerning.
u beat me too it
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Also for 300$,I think it would be better to just sell the system and get a 8600K+mobo+ddr4 ram.
I don't think that the difference in money would be that great and you would have more performance and more chances to hit 5ghz.
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