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Well, looks like the issue wasn't the CPU, so...

It's ok I actually provided testing showing that it shouldn't be the problem and it was completely ignored.....so OP knock yourself out and drop 300 for a new processor..its not any of our money.
post #72 of 81
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Ok, I did the bios thing and unlocked the parked cores option. 50% is good? Or can someone explain to me what would be a good % so that its not running at 4.3ghz the whole time, and only when im playing games?
post #73 of 81
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Ok, I did the bios thing and unlocked the parked cores option. 50% is good? Or can someone explain to me what would be a good % so that its not running at 4.3ghz the whole time, and only when im playing games?

I run mine at 100%

I've ran an fx8350@4.4ghz for years like that, if it doesnt get hot it wont hurt anything.
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I run mine at 100%
Can you explain what "unparked cores" are? I've googled but couldn't really find a definite answer.
post #75 of 81
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Can you explain what "unparked cores" are? I've googled but couldn't really find a definite answer.

It sets the cpu so to not throttle..
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Can you explain what "unparked cores" are? I've googled but couldn't really find a definite answer.
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This is a 3rd party utility that serves to unpark your cores within multicore systems .... evens out CPU spikes and provide less stuttering. Compatible with W7 - 8.1/Intel/AMD, and from anecdotal evidence boosted frames 5-10FPS and up.

One could run A/B test, simply by loading BF4 training world and looking at sky while monitoring CPU load graphs.

Have at it, credit goes to utility author.

1. Run .exe

2. Click "Check Status"

3.Click "Unpark All"

4. Restart

5. Benefit. thumb.gif

Download Page

http://www.overclock.net/t/1439672/want-to-increase-bf4-frames-unpark-your-cores/0_100
    
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That doesnt sound like what i'm looking for... My Cpu cores are flickering between 1.6 Ghz and 4.3 Ghz even with No programs open. I don't want them at 4.3Ghz when my computer is idle...
post #78 of 81
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That doesnt sound like what i'm looking for... My Cpu cores are flickering between 1.6 Ghz and 4.3 Ghz even with No programs open. I don't want them at 4.3Ghz when my computer is idle...

why not..

It will do the same thing in game.. if your sitting in game idle, the cpu will down throttle, so when you move, take off running or what not you'll experience reduced performance.
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That doesnt sound like what i'm looking for... My Cpu cores are flickering between 1.6 Ghz and 4.3 Ghz even with No programs open. I don't want them at 4.3Ghz when my computer is idle...

Background processes will do this. Even though it's idle, the spikes in cpu speed are due to a process running. Perfectly normal. Take off the oc and you'll notice it does this even at stock speeds.
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I would use DDU, select clean drivers and restart option, keep the Titan in your computer.

Then reinstall latest Titan x drivers.

Do you have a 2015 titan X? Or a new 2016 pascal Titan X?

Both are completely different video cards, and do not share the same drivers.

If this does not fix it, I'd reinstall Windows 7 X64.

Simple troubleshooting, will get this Titan X running good again. Temps, drivers, seated properly in pci-E, incorrect drivers, bad OS. Not enough system memory?

You could have a virus, and some one is mining with your Titan X and pegging it to full 100% load at idle.
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