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4.3 GHz at 1.2v on a Gigabyte H81M-H board. Stable after 10 max passes of IBT. I'll try 4.4 GHz and run more passes of ibt later. Batch #: 3412B733

Has anyone noticed any correlations between batch # and oc'ing yet?

1.3ghz is where 4.6ghz is..

double check ur reading Vcore from hwmonitor, and not vid.. to determine whether your board is over or under volting.
post #442 of 4582
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Originally Posted by tp4tissue View Post

1.3ghz is where 4.6ghz is..

double check ur reading Vcore from hwmonitor, and not vid.. to determine whether your board is over or under volting.

That's where I'm getting it from.
post #443 of 4582
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That's where I'm getting it from.

well, up the voltage if you can.thumb.gif
post #444 of 4582
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Originally Posted by tp4tissue View Post

well, up the voltage if you can.thumb.gif

My motherboard doesn't let me go over 1.2v.
post #445 of 4582
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My motherboard doesn't let me go over 1.2v.

Wat. Is that some kind of limitation across non-Z boards?
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Wat. Is that some kind of limitation across non-Z boards?

I am not sure... news seems to come up here/there, can't be sure if it's alll non-z boards... Cuz that'd make no sense in some cases, the B85 and Z97 pcmate board both from MSI, looks identical, so they should probably be able to support the same power factor.. I don't see why the B85 wouldn't give you voltage options.

it seems board dependent.. because I'm seeing reviews of higher end b85 boards having 8 phase power design.. if that's the case, it can supply well over 200w.. so I don't see why boards like that wouldn't support increased voltage..

So the boards without vrm cooling, or very low phase count are probably the only ones that have locked voltage controls, because they don't want to overload. rolleyes.gif
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I've added the Battlefield 4 section to the OP, and also the Skyrim section and included two videos for Skyrim.

I've noticed during Battlefield 4 multiplayer during heavy ground combat the FPS can drop to 40, other times it'll shoot up to 50-60+ and air combat it's mostly 50+
I must get a video up of this soon.

It's a shame I never tried this on my Phenom II, I'm not sure of what performance gains or loses are to be expected.
Can anyone point to me a CPU benchmark for Battlefield 4 multiplayer? I know they wont always perform the same but ti would be good as a reference against AMD chips on certain maps.

Currently all I can find is this from Toms Hardware from the Beta.
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Hang on a sec, how well does this perform on Windows 7 compared to 8?
I could swear this game had a performance impact on it by going from Windows 7 to Windows 8... thinking.gif
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Hang on a sec, how well does this perform on Windows 7 compared to 8?
I could swear this game had a performance impact on it by going from Windows 7 to Windows 8... thinking.gif

That is a good question. Are you able to benchmark between the two?

Installing 7 on the Pentium rig now. 200 more updates to go.. wheee.gif
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That is a good question. Are you able to benchmark between the two?

Installing 7 on the Pentium rig now. 200 more updates to go.. wheee.gif

I'm gonna have to try it, adding 4GB more ram totaling my rig to 10GB didn't help BF4 as far as I can tell.
I might have to clock my sticks up to 1500mhz if I can and dual boot windows 8.
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