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It's not terribly but it should be better.
A 6600k should clock to 3900Mhz, not to 3800Mhz, but that could be a simple reading error.

There is also the Time measuring inaccuracy, did you Alt - Tab out of the test on some point?

Download hwinfo64 > sensors only > fullscreen > open all sensors.

Set your GPU to stock.

Run Fire Strike again.

After the benchmark is finished make a screenshot of hwinfo64. Make sure all CPU, Motherboard and GPU readings are visible. (clocks, temps voltage etcetera.)

There you go:





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I ran it again and got about the same result

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/15266248

Just to note, my 6600k is at stock
Put that K to work. thats why the k is there.
Mine is at 4.4GHz.
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@Waleh

There is nothing outstanding wrong with this numbers. The difference in the VID voltage of you CPU cores and the 1.000v maximal voltage the GPU reports are to bear in mind.

What is afterburner reporting as your max core voltage?

If you want you can create a hwinfo64 log file. (click on the sheet with the green cross) and run Fire Strike again. Then lode up the log file to a free file hosting site and post the link here. So we could see how your machine behaves inside the benchmark.
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Are you the same person on the nvidia forums?
If so some of the users on there are jerks towards you when you have been very helpful to lots of them in my opinion. smile.gif

Yes I am, and thanks, but it's not a big deal, I can take care of myself. wink.gif
 
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This forum has been at the centre of all of that.

I am the one who identified the bug and started that thread. After 17 odd pages finally managed to convince Nvidia, with Roland and GamersX assistance, that they needed to give it some attention.

Yes you are right, there are a number of know nothing blowhards on that forum that contribute nothing much that is constructive.

Thanks gtbtk, but I can't take credit for that.
My Opinion was that you should seek help at you specific AIB, because it would take a new vBios to take care of this issue.
And while the VBios part was right, the approach directly at Nvidias forum turned out to be the best move.

So all the credit belongs to you.

yes, but you came around in the end. :-)

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There you go:

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/15265824

I also OC'd my GPU (First time ever OC'ing). I used MSI Afterburner and did not touch my Voltage. I added 210 to the core clock and 600 to the memory clock. It was stable in Firestrike and Heaven Benchmark.

I've included those results here for you too:



 

Firestrike Graphics score is OK, I am sure with tuning you can improve that a little bit but your cpu/physics score is very low.

 

Have you overclocked your CPU at all?

 

Try setting your memory to the XMP profile. I see you are on an asus board. If you are not sure what to do, try the automatic oc and see how that goes. You should be able to get a 4.4-4.5Ghz OC without too much trouble. Only proviso is that the automatic utilities tend to add too much core voltage that will not hurt you in the short term but higher voltage = higher heat = shorted lifespan of your cpu years out from now. So after you have played with that and run a few bench marks, try reducing the vcore voltages a step at a time and see if your pc remains stable.

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@Waleh

There is nothing outstanding wrong with this numbers. The difference in the VID voltage of you CPU cores and the 1.000v maximal voltage the GPU reports are to bear in mind.

What is afterburner reporting as your max core voltage?

If you want you can create a hwinfo64 log file. (click on the sheet with the green cross) and run Fire Strike again. Then lode up the log file to a free file hosting site and post the link here. So we could see how your machine behaves inside the benchmark.

 

@Waleh

 

The 107 degree C Motherboard/VRM temps look very high. Do you have any case fans providing ventilation into your case?

 

CPU Fan speed is only running in the 1000-1100 range as well. Asus lets tou have automatic fan control. Maybe you should look at that as well


Edited by gtbtk - 10/5/16 at 6:49pm
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yes, but you came around in the end. :-)

Ok, I take that. wink.gif
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Firestrike Graphics score is OK, I am sure with tuning you can improve that a little bit but your cpu/physics score is very low.

Have you overclocked your CPU at all?

No he has not, and that is the main thing I focus on as well. Only one core going to 100% use and the different VID voltages.
But I would rater look at the problems on stock than to overclock a not entirely correct working CPU.
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@Waleh


The 107 degree C Motherboard/VRM temps look very high. Do you have any case fans providing ventilation into your case?

CPU Fan speed is only running in the 1000-1100 range as well. Asus lets tou have automatic fan control. Maybe you should look at that as well

I doubt that the 107 degrees Celsius reading is correct, it would not stay that way without load.
Edited by Roland0101 - 10/5/16 at 7:02pm
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yes, but you came around in the end. :-)

Ok, I take that. wink.gif
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Firestrike Graphics score is OK, I am sure with tuning you can improve that a little bit but your cpu/physics score is very low.

Have you overclocked your CPU at all?

No he has not, and that is the main thing I focus on as well. Only one core going to 100% use and the different VID voltages.
But I would rater look at the problems on stock then overclock a not entirely correct working CPU.

 

I think cpu/vrm cooling is the first priority. If that is cooler, then the cpu or voltages will not throttle back giving better performance

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I think cpu/vrm cooling is the first priority. If that is cooler, then the cpu or voltages will not throttle back giving better performance

I edited my post.
As said, I doupt that the Temp3 reading is correct, no change without load, and the CPU is staying pretty cool.

I would like to look how the CPU behaves at Fire Strike in a hwinfo log file.
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@Waleh


The 107 degree C Motherboard/VRM temps look very high. Do you have any case fans providing ventilation into your case?

CPU Fan speed is only running in the 1000-1100 range as well. Asus lets tou have automatic fan control. Maybe you should look at that as well

This is an ITX case. I have one Noctua Fan at the front as intake. These are my curves from Asus Fan Xpert (I set it to the silent preset). I have not OC'd as I have never done it before and I'm worried that my cooling is inadequate (I have a small air cooler, AXP 100)



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