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I'm guessing you play fallout4 with vsync on as it comes ? That's why it not 100%. Also what other games ?

I play at 4K, so I do not get extreme tearing vertically. I have vsync forced off in my driver. Sometimes at 4K usage for GPU, will drop as low as 84%. I thought it was just me, but others are chalking this up as a poorly optimized game. That is extremely CPU hungry! Lol

Considering my average is around 55-60 fps. I do however get minimums in the low 40's fps with the bright sun, ultra God rays, and thick beautiful foliage.

So, getting more performance would be excellent! And I am wondering if upgrading to a 6700K, or the soon to come 7700K, to pair it with my GTX1080, would benefit me.
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I'm not sure about the monitor upgrade as my current monitor cost me + 700$

here is Firestrike

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/15006887?

I need one my self. I'm using a very cheap refurbished 4K panel with about 100 dead pixels in one area. It's not to bad, but it is a TN. Colors are true, but has poor viewing angles. And it's just not as vivid as other IPS panels.


I know which screen you have, and it's a beast! I'm thinking of lowering my resolution, to pick of a true quality panel like your self.
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Originally Posted by tps3443 View Post

I play at 4K, so I do not get extreme tearing vertically. I have vsync forced off in my driver. Sometimes at 4K usage for GPU, will drop as low as 84%. I thought it was just me, but others are chalking this up as a poorly optimized game. That is extremely CPU hungry! Lol

Considering my average is around 55-60 fps. I do however get minimums in the low 40's fps with the bright sun, ultra God rays, and thick beautiful foliage.

So, getting more performance would be excellent! And I am wondering if upgrading to a 6700K, or the soon to come 7700K, to pair it with my GTX1080, would benefit me.
Its just a terribly optimized game. If you watch ur cpu usage it will be very low. More cores may help but that's about it. I know it seams like a gpu bottleneck but it isn't. Otherwise people with skylake rigs wouldn't be getting nearly double the frame rate with a second video card.
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After some fast and dirty tests i think that my 6700k needs 1.31 of vcore to keep 4.5 ghz (cache default 4.1 ghz and ram at 2133 default settings).
I prefer lower voltages in idle so i had to use LLC 2, my asrock z170 mini itx has a 1-5 range where 5 is off.
Now i will start to do long running stress
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When I build the system months ago, based on published info, I did a quick overclock of 4.5GHz using 1.25V (adaptive) in BIOS and LLC 5; resulting in 1.2800V under load as measured in HWINFO64. Had some spare time this week and tweaked my 6700k- still at 4.5GHz, but I was able to lower the voltage to 1.235V and LLC 4. Voltage under load seems to be 1.2480, with (occasional) spikes to 1.2640.

The new OC passed IBT @ v. high x10 and 25 loops of the x264 Stability Test 16T, along with very quick sessions of CSGO and Witcher 3.


Edit: Batch Number is X549B320
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When I build the system months ago, based on published info, I did a quick overclock of 4.5GHz using 1.25V (adaptive) in BIOS and LLC 5; resulting in 1.2800V under load as measured in HWINFO64. Had some spare time this week and tweaked my 6700k- still at 4.5GHz, but I was able to lower the voltage to 1.235V and LLC 4. Voltage under load seems to be 1.2480, with (occasional) spikes to 1.2640.

The new OC passed IBT @ v. high x10 and 25 loops of the x264 Stability Test 16T, along with very quick sessions of CSGO and Witcher 3.

Just for curiosity can you run 10 minutes of prime95 smallftt?
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Bought a brand new 6700K and killed it with a vice snapping the pcb ! boy I was gutted ! the following day purchased another and it kind of worked in my favour, original one 4.7 ghz 1.41V this new delidded one I did ( With a razor this time biggrin.gif ) 4.8 ghz 1.39 V biggrin.gif

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16gb DDR4 2400 Crucial CAS 14
6700K Retail 4.8 GHZ 1.39 V Core
Cache 4.1 GHZ
LLC Level 5
Cooling Noctua NH-D 15 idle temps 19-21C Game temps 37-45C Avg

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I'm testing my delidded 6600K and it seems I have a core that's 15C above the others (4.7 GHz, 1.488v load). One is at 87, the others are around 70 max (68, 71 and 72).

Is this normal? I'll be reseating the IHS regardless, but I'd just like to know from others.
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Naw it isn't. And 1.477 is killer voltage.
post #9130 of 11364
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Originally Posted by Duality92 View Post

I'm testing my delidded 6600K and it seems I have a core that's 15C above the others (4.7 GHz, 1.488v load). One is at 87, the others are around 70 max (68, 71 and 72).

Is this normal? I'll be reseating the IHS regardless, but I'd just like to know from others.

What thermal compound are you using?
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