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i5 6600k Realbench troubles and more..

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I overclocked my computer and now I'm not understand what happened with the HWBOT Realbench score I had a couple days ago to what I have today. This is the only Benchmark that has changed even though my settings are still the same.


This was done on the June 7th
117k Realbench


And 2 days later my image editing score has dropped dramatically.
91k Realbench

I use this computer for gaming and have yet to even bother with Image Editing, but I'm lost on why my score dropped so much with the same settings. The only thing I've done was add a few apps from Asrock Appstore. Download Assassin's Creed Syndicate and windows updates.

Anybody have any thoughts on why the Image editing score dropped so far?
Sould I be concerned since all other benchmarks are the same?




So the and more part.....Sorry I didn't wanna make more than one thread.

I'm satisfied with my Overclock on the CPU but If there is more out there I would like to get it. I am using a Hyper 212 EVO as cooling which does the job fairly well. My Overclock stats are in Sig.

Idle temps: 28c
Realbench temps after 30 mins: 68c
IBT temps after 25 passes: 83c

I really would like to try and get to more out of the chip but my cooling solution probably won't allow more vcore. I don't wanna try it until I have something better.

I wanna go for an AIO 240/280mm Water Cooler, but I've read that the top of the line Air coolers are cooling just the same. Is this true? Or is there a decent AIO water cooler that will drop my temps. If anybody has any thoughts on this I'm all ears.

Thanks for the helps!!!
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nvm, I got the top part figured out. Something to do with Intel Rapid Tech and Samsung magician running together. idk. I formatted and reinstalled and back to the regular score. Anyways. if somebody has recommendations on the 2nd part I'd greatly appreciate it
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nvm, I got the top part figured out. Something to do with Intel Rapid Tech and Samsung magician running together. idk. I formatted and reinstalled and back to the regular score. Anyways. if somebody has recommendations on the 2nd part I'd greatly appreciate it

If you use Samsung Magician RAPID enabled, you should actually leave it disabled and just use Intel Rapid Storage Technology only. I seriously never see any real-world improvements with RAPID enabled and Intel IRST together. RAPID uses a considerably large amount of ram, like a ram disk.

My brother has a Corsair H110i GT (High end CLC / AIO liquid cooler) and I have a Noctua NH-D14 (High end CPU cooler). We both run 4.7GHz @ 1.30vCore voltage. We've ran both same stress tests and the temperatures are just about the same (give or take a few degrees as mine is delidded).
Edited by benjamen50 - 6/10/16 at 8:39am
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Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 Asustek P5Q-PRO Nvidia 9800 GTX+ Kingston DDR2 8gb 
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Western Digital 1 TB Pioneer Noctua NH-U9B Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit 
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Dell Monitor Logitech G110 Antec 750W Thermaltake Aluminium Old Case 
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Yeah I guess my luck on the cpu silicon wasn't so great. I can get 4.6ghz on 1.34 stable on Realbench but doesn't pass IBT. So I bump it to 1.35. Atm I am trying to hit 4.7ghz Realbench stable but idk what to do. 1.35vcore will run 4.6ghz stable Realbench, but once I go to 4.7ghz I am sol. I even increased vcore to 1.395 to try and get windows to load but to no avail. Not sure why i'm having such a hard time.
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