Originally Posted by cory1234
@Ghostleader: Yes Starcraft 2 is the only game I play right now. I haven't even opened God of War 3 haha.
Biostar has released a new bios that fixes my multiplier problem. Now I'm going to have to restart all my tests over again with higher multipliers..which is no big deal, I'm just glad it was fixed.
4 ghz was disappointing with a x22 multiplier. 1.31v, 1.29vtt.
I thought so, I played the last version of Starcraft, liked it a lot, is Starcraft II any good
, of course, if itÂ´s the only game you play
, hade to ask
Hope that the new bios can fix things for you.
These 875K is nothing more then a ordinarie 870 except for that they are unlocked, so we canÂ´t expect that they are much better then a regular 870.
One drawback I notice that it donÂ´t have a higher ram ratio then 12.
1.29vtt, at what ram speed?
Originally Posted by AyeYo
So do you owners think these things are worth it or no? Is it the BIOS's that need catching up?
Well, if you have a P55 board and looking for a quad core with HT, then yes, if quad core without HT, i5 750 is in my opinion a very good choice.
Most of them have a bios for the 875K so it shouldnÂ´t be any major problem.
I brought down the Bclk as close to 133 and tried to run as high CPUspeed with 1,425 as I could.
I thought it could make it at Bclk 136, ~4,36GHz, ram at ~1635 777 21 1T but LinX gave me an error at run 45, after ~1,28 hrs
I quess I have to be happy with that it can do 4,2GHz with Bclk 200 at ~1,35 vcore.
Going to run some comparision bench runs at Bclk 133 and 200 both with CPU speed 4,0 and ram at 1600C7.Edited by Ghostleader - 6/21/10 at 5:22am