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Oc fx 6300 for cs:go, single core performance [need help]

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My specs:
Cpu: fx 6300
Mobo: msi 990fxa gd80
Ram: HyperX Genesis 2gb x 4
Cool: CM hyper 212 evo
Psu: Aerocool Vx 650w
Video: gtx 780 palit jetstream

Hello guys, I'm needed in stable overclock for cs;go. On stock I have fps drops from 250-300 to 40-60 in action, with q'n'c and etc and without them same problems. But when I Oc to 4.5Ghz with vcore 1.425 (prime 0 errors), but when the action, I saw again fps drops. Can't understand the reasons of this. 4.6 Ghz I can take without errors only on 1.475, more then that I can't take, cause socket overheating. I tried only multiplier oc, cause fsb oc so bad with 4 modules ram, I think that. Can you give me advice with oc for single core performance, more stable and performancely? This problem with only cs:go, cause bad multi threads optimization. Gta 5 on ultras 70 stable fps. Sry for bad eng, but I try to write without translators. Ty.
post #2 of 10
I remember that used to happen to me on cs go..then I realized on my upgrade to windows 10 I forgot to unpark my cores.
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I remember that used to happen to me on cs go..then I realized on my upgrade to windows 10 I forgot to unpark my cores.
All cores unparked :[
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Let´s see.

First off make sure to install a FAN in the VRM area of the Motherboard. Six and eight core AMD CPU´s to draw some power and it´s important to cool down the VRM´s. You seem to have a good motherboard, but make sure your CPU is not throttling due heat in excess in the VRM.

Then install MSI AfterBurner and set it to show GPU and CPU utilization. Also CPU temperature is important.

See if the GPU utilization drops when the slowdowns happens. Could be CPU botlleneck but we need to be sure.

When using a FX RIG the air flow in the case is very important also.

Good Luck !

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post #5 of 10
That is the coolest running motherboard one can get and it doesn't need fans on the VRMs. If the back I/O panel is removed there will be better air flow over them.

The problem is the 212 as it is at its limits. There is also the possibility of very little case air flow. I worked for months getting my case air flow working and get pretty good results. Also try setting the ram voltage to 1.6 volts. That sometimes helps. Oh, and get HWINFO64. It is free and shows lots of information.
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post #6 of 10
Just to rule some stuff out.

Yes, turn off CnQ.

Also, in the BIOS, turn off C1e

If you have a stable OC in the CPU, there is not much else you can do.

Also, make sure your RAM isn't on some slow timings for some reason. Make sure the RAM is in unganged mode.

IF you had your RAM OC'd, run memtest to make sure it doesn't have errors.

Also, turn off any Spread Spectrum settings in the BIOS.

If you use HWinfo, take a look at the CPU utilization when the dips occur.
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A couple of things I would do is to check your Windows and nVidia Power Management settings.

Firstly, in nVidia Control Panel, Manage 3D Settings> Program Settings. Look for CS:GO, or add it. Then scroll down to Power Management Mode, and select Maximum Performance and apply.

If that doesn't change anything, check out Windows Power Options and in the Advanced Options, change the Minimum Processor State of your Processor Power Management, to 100%, just to rule it out, If you've disabled C1E and CNQ etc in the BIOS, you should be fine though.

See if that helps, my brother's rig was actually doing something similar and idling the GPU at moments of calmness in certain games. Guess the GPU got bored.

If all that fails and this is one thing I'd say regardless, is to see if you can replace that PSU with something of better quality at some point, poor quality PSU's have been known to cause problems with overclocks, throttling and general instability. That unit is likely feeding less than the specified output through the +12v, and your GPU then won't be able to pull what it needs.

A solid 500-550w will do, or up to a 650w if you prefer the overhead for any and all single high end GPU setup in the future, but I would recommend you change that for sure.

Your motherboard is super solid.

What case have you got and what temps are your CPU/GPU etc hitting? (HWInfo as milklkit mentioned is superb and I use and recommend that highly).
 
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Yeah you need to get HWiNFO64 up and running and see what's going on. If you're getting 100% usage on GPU or a CPU core then take note and move forward accordingly. Essentially, find out what's hitting the wall. Maximum RAM usage?

GPU Performance settings is always a good tip. A 780 should be more than capable but if you're pushing max settings the but moments of action could be causing a performance delay.
    
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I have the same problem. It wasn't solved. New day = new oc, and hope for for stable of system.
hwinfo screens after 5hours playing cs:go.

post #10 of 10
Ah. Could you bump up the NB clocks? It is at 2000 and 2200 is stock. Change the NB ratio from 10 to 11.

The ram is running slow. What frequency is it supposed to run at? Try setting it manually to 1600 or 1866 and then try the different presets and use the one that seems to work best. I use the ones that end in 2T. Also set the ram voltage to 1.6v.

In HWINFO64 the ram volts is vin2, which is just under vcore. It can be renamed too.
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