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Ok I just did some benchmarking with 3D mark 06
Stock: 7483
OC 2.53: 7951
However my windows boot/load time was a bit longer with the OC
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Any way you can get your chipset temperatures? Your RAM could also be the issue, so are you running your RAM faster or tighter than their rated specs?
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Are you sure that came out right?
Yep. The bottleneck your CPU creates is because your graphics card is so much more powerful than that CPU. Basically, the gfx card has too much free time, so you solve that problem by giving it more work to do by cranking up resolutions, details, AA, all that good stuff, which means that the CPU has less of a speed difference between it and the gfx card.
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I am running my Ram faster and with lose timmings. right now my ram is running at 216MHZ or 432MHZ at 3-4-4-6
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I am running the ram at 216MHZ or DDR 432 at 3-4-4-6. I am not so much talking about gaming performace, but more so overall performace, things like bootup, application load times etc.
Eh sorry about the double post browser mistake
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Have you tested RAM stability? Use MemTest for an hour or so, and see if you get any errors. If you do, give the RAM another 0.1 or 0.2 volts.
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I have tested the whole system using orthos for 11 1/2 hours I am sure everything is stable.
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Yep. The bottleneck your CPU creates is because your graphics card is so much more powerful than that CPU. Basically, the gfx card has too much free time, so you solve that problem by giving it more work to do by cranking up resolutions, details, AA, all that good stuff, which means that the CPU has less of a speed difference between it and the gfx card.
....and this affects desktop performance how

Congratulations, you've COMPLETELY mis-understoof bottlenekcing
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Yep. The bottleneck your CPU creates is because your graphics card is so much more powerful than that CPU. Basically, the gfx card has too much free time, so you solve that problem by giving it more work to do by cranking up resolutions, details, AA, all that good stuff, which means that the CPU has less of a speed difference between it and the gfx card.
Ah, when you said "crank the gfx up" I thought you meant the GPU, which is why I thought you contradicted yourself. My bad!
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Well I bumped the CPU up to 5.8 which actually seems to have fixed the program load times and windows boot time. I think it had something to do with the way everythign worked together when the clock was set to 253.
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