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this is the link to my firestrike score
http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/12556641?

I know you said you have your cpu oc'ed to 3.8GHz but that run is at stock. You can't leave the cpu at stock with a 280X, especially in those games. Well, i use to play BF4 and i know i was maxing out my cores even if my cpu was oc'ed. When you oc, make sure it is stable using Prime95 at least 12 hrs (imo). 3.8 GHz is a good start. Keep the cpu temp below 55C. Below 50 is better.

Last, when oc'ed turn off Turbo and power saving stuff in BIOS and Windows. You want the cpu to go full tilt when loaded.

EDIT: There other stuff you need to remember. I'm not sure if FRAPS works with Mantle now but it wasn't before. It works in DX11, so if you are monitoring fps use DX11. Also, do not mix apps like FRAPS, GPUZ, HWINFO64. Use one app at a time. For monitoring usage i use Afterburner now. You can use HWINFO like so . . .




It will show the cpu temp as well. That's MP 64. Some maps are harder. Oc'ing the CPU-NB (NB Freq in CPUZ) to around 2800 - 3000 MHx helps a lot.
Edited by rdr09 - 6/18/16 at 11:40am
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I know you said you have your cpu oc'ed to 3.8GHz but that run is at stock. You can't leave the cpu at stock with a 280X, especially in those games. Well, i use to play BF4 and i know i was maxing out my cores even if my cpu was oc'ed. When you oc, make sure it is stable using Prime95 at least 12 hrs (imo). 3.8 GHz is a good start. Keep the cpu temp below 55C. Below 50 is better.

Last, when oc'ed turn off Turbo and power saving stuff in BIOS and Windows. You want the cpu to go full tilt when loaded.

EDIT: There other stuff you need to remember. I'm not sure if FRAPS works with Mantle now but it wasn't before. It works in DX11, so if you are monitoring fps use DX11. Also, do not mix apps like FRAPS, GPUZ, HWINFO64. Use one app at a time. For monitoring usage i use Afterburner now. You can use HWINFO like so . . .




It will show the cpu temp as well. That's MP 64. Some maps are harder. Oc'ing the CPU-NB (NB Freq in CPUZ) to around 2800 - 3000 MHx helps a lot.

Thanks! You sent me a lot of info. But i believe the stock speed of the 1090T is 3.2ghz? I am fairly new to oc-ing. I put the oc with percentages from the uefi. I can go up to 25% and it will set voltages and everything itself. Just because im not handy enough yet to put everything myself. Im afraid im killing it if i'd do that. I already killed the turbo mode and all that kind of bs. Also set the minimum of the cpu to 100% so its always on that high clock.
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Thanks! You sent me a lot of info. But i believe the stock speed of the 1090T is 3.2ghz? I am fairly new to oc-ing. I put the oc with percentages from the uefi. I can go up to 25% and it will set voltages and everything itself. Just because im not handy enough yet to put everything myself. Im afraid im killing it if i'd do that. I already killed the turbo mode and all that kind of bs. Also set the minimum of the cpu to 100% so its always on that high clock.

You gonna have to watch your temp at load. Also, that 550W might be on edge, so keep the gpu at stock. Too bad your motherboard is not really meant for oc'ing 'cause the Thuban at 4GHz can easily push the 7970, Even a 290X. You can max out BF4 easy using 1080.
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See that you have one of these under your sig
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If you do you should get rid of it its terrible
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You gonna have to watch your temp at load. Also, that 550W might be on edge, so keep the gpu at stock. Too bad your motherboard is not really meant for oc'ing 'cause the Thuban at 4GHz can easily push the 7970, Even a 290X. You can max out BF4 easy using 1080.

Yeah i now know the first thing i am buying is an new PSU. This one was second hand and almost free while it was 2 weeks old. Got lucky with that from a friend. Now ill start looking for at least 750 watts i think? Or what would you recommend, keeping the future in mind?
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Yeah i now know the first thing i am buying is an new PSU. This one was second hand and almost free while it was 2 weeks old. Got lucky with that from a friend. Now ill start looking for at least 750 watts i think? Or what would you recommend, keeping the future in mind?

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Yes found it. Im looking into the CPU.
I have put an 90mm fan on the VRM, it will cool it a little. I'll try and look into a 1150 or 1151 and i5 soon.
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Yes found it. Im looking into the CPU.
I have put an 90mm fan on the VRM, it will cool it a little. I'll try and look into a 1150 or 1151 and i5 soon.

Do not count out Z97 systems. Not sure where you're from but you might want to check the OCN market. Checkout their Trader rating first.
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Thanks! You sent me a lot of info. But i believe the stock speed of the 1090T is 3.2ghz? I am fairly new to oc-ing. I put the oc with percentages from the uefi. I can go up to 25% and it will set voltages and everything itself. Just because im not handy enough yet to put everything myself. Im afraid im killing it if i'd do that. I already killed the turbo mode and all that kind of bs. Also set the minimum of the cpu to 100% so its always on that high clock.

My opinion:

Don't buy anything until you are familiar enough with overclocking to do it on your own. No UEFI cheating.

Step 1 - Download the appropriate software:

HWiNFO64

Intel Burn Test AVX

Step 2 - Set voltages and multipliers manually in BIOS. disable Cool 'n' Quite

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UBHW9-c3Xjs

Use "CPU Frequency Multiplier" to achieve your desired overclock
Use "CPU Voltage" to bump up your volts
Disable Cool 'n' Quite

Step 3 - Use Software to monitor/stabilize overclock

Using HWiNFO64 in sensors only tells you CPU and VRM temps. CPU can't exceed 65C, VRM's can't exceed 80C.
Use IBT AVX in "Very High" mode to test stability. If not stable, bump up voltage. More voltage=more heat to CPU and VRMs.
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Thanks! You sent me a lot of info. But i believe the stock speed of the 1090T is 3.2ghz? I am fairly new to oc-ing. I put the oc with percentages from the uefi. I can go up to 25% and it will set voltages and everything itself. Just because im not handy enough yet to put everything myself. Im afraid im killing it if i'd do that. I already killed the turbo mode and all that kind of bs. Also set the minimum of the cpu to 100% so its always on that high clock.

You gonna have to watch your temp at load. Also, that 550W might be on edge, so keep the gpu at stock. Too bad your motherboard is not really meant for oc'ing 'cause the Thuban at 4GHz can easily push the 7970, Even a 290X. You can max out BF4 easy using 1080.

That motherboard/psu combination is a recipe for trouble. If you enable LLC it tends to overvolt wildly - to the point that it is dangerous to itself as well as the cpu.
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