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At 5 Ghz 2500k and a 570 @ 900 core I get 6230 3dm11 points. You might have the same turbo bug that I have, disable power savings or run fixed multiplier so it does not downclock from 4.8 ghz even at idle, your score might go up.

If I overclock via Turbo, my score is terrible 5300, down from 6230 with fixed multi.

Look up my topic, it shows how I solved this exact same issue with the method I've listed above:
http://www.overclock.net/nvidia/9335...lways-had.html

Keep in mind if this DOES work, your CPU will obviously run higher load temps. I recommend using LLC for fixed multi. I believe the turbo controller inside the cpu is screwed, at least on mine. I would RMA it had it not been able to do 5ghz, turbo is sort of nice to have, but not at the cost of 10% gpu performance hit. Noooo sir.

As for your PhysX score is abnormally low, at 5ghz I get roughly 9100 PhysX, I'm not sure how you would go about solving that but I'm guessing your CPU is throttling, how are your temps?
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I thought EIST was needed to overclock? without it before I couldnt do anything.

Turbo seems to keep turning on in the bios aswell without me doing anyhing, swear these mobos have minds of their own.
post #13 of 34
Enable Turbo
Disable c1e
Disable c3
Disable c6
(I think some boards have an option called speedstep [mine doesn't] you can try disabling this too)

Should run a steady clock with no downclocking. Not familiar with Asus p67 boards but that's how it works on my Biostar
    
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At 5 Ghz 2500k and a 570 @ 900 core I get 6230 3dm11 points. You might have the same turbo bug that I have, disable power savings or run fixed multiplier so it does not downclock from 4.8 ghz even at idle, your score might go up.

If I overclock via Turbo, my score is terrible 5300, down from 6230 with fixed multi.

Look up my topic, it shows how I solved this exact same issue with the method I've listed above:
http://www.overclock.net/nvidia/9335...lways-had.html

Keep in mind if this DOES work, your CPU will obviously run higher load temps. I recommend using LLC for fixed multi. I believe the turbo controller inside the cpu is screwed, at least on mine. I would RMA it had it not been able to do 5ghz
Personally this is how I prefer to overclock because I have noticed in synthetic benchmarks (which don't really matter) the turbo ramping up can cost you some points, and especially in shorter benchmarks like SuperPi you can really see a difference in the time.

Also, I don't see what you mean by saying the CPU will run higher load temps... because when I was overclocking using the offset stuff my load voltage would go crazy high up into the 1.5v range just for 4.5 GHz, but then I set it to manual 1.4v and was able to get 4.8 GHz stable out of that lower voltage.

It does make your idle temps quite a bit higher though, because it isn't downclocking and undervolting at idle, but that doesn't matter too much unless you are really concerned about your carbon footprint (but if you were you probably wouldn't be overclocking in the first place).
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Personally this is how I prefer to overclock because I have noticed in synthetic benchmarks (which don't really matter) the turbo ramping up can cost you some points, and especially in shorter benchmarks like SuperPi you can really see a difference in the time.

Also, I don't see what you mean by saying the CPU will run higher load temps... because when I was overclocking using the offset stuff my load voltage would go crazy high up into the 1.5v range just for 4.5 GHz, but then I set it to manual 1.4v and was able to get 4.8 GHz stable out of that lower voltage.

It does make your idle temps quite a bit higher though, because it isn't downclocking and undervolting at idle, but that doesn't matter too much unless you are really concerned about your carbon footprint (but if you were you probably wouldn't be overclocking in the first place).
With Turbo enabled my 2500 idles at 25c, turbo disabled (no downclocking, no undervolting) it idles at 40c. It also draws 40watts as opposed to 6. I don't mind.

Yea I'm not a fan of offset voltage, I don't think it's viable for a fixed multiplier overclock. With turbo enabled however, it allows you to turn on c1e which makes it idle at 0.997v. I've never really used offset, I'm a huge fan of LLC.

I think you are confusing offset voltage with Auto. Auto gives you crazy high voltages if you overclock. Also if you run offset, you NEED to disable LLC or it will double the LLC voltage to compensate. [/offtopic]
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Or it is unstable. You get worse performance from an unstable overclock. That's probably your reason.
     
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Or it is unstable. You get worse performance from an unstable overclock. That's probably your reason.
Indeed. Could be a mix of things
    
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It's a stable overclock
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With Turbo enabled my 2500 idles at 25c, turbo disabled (no downclocking, no undervolting) it idles at 40c. It also draws 40watts as opposed to 6. I don't mind.

Yea I'm not a fan of offset voltage, I don't think it's viable for a fixed multiplier overclock. With turbo enabled however, it allows you to turn on c1e which makes it idle at 0.997v. I've never really used offset, I'm a huge fan of LLC.

I think you are confusing offset voltage with Auto. Auto gives you crazy high voltages if you overclock. Also if you run offset, you NEED to disable LLC or it will double the LLC voltage to compensate. [/offtopic]
I really wish they did the whole voltage thing differently. The offset doesn't really work how I would like it to and the fixed voltage is not very efficient. And the auto voltage can be very dangerous if not monitored constantly.

People that are overclocking these chips but use manual voltage may as well disable everything else because when your chip goes back down to 1.6 GHz idle it will still be at whatever you set your voltage at so that won't decrease. So you aren't really saving as much power as it was designed to.

If they had it set up like where at idle I could set a manual voltage and at load I could set a different manual voltage then that would be awesome. Then I could set like 1v at idle @ 1.6 GHz and then 1.4v at load @ 4.8 GHz.
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Its broken, there is no possible way someone is getting 11k points on a single card.



Those are SLI results.


My gtx 470 at 930 core gets 35 fps in the third test, that guy is getting 80 fps. There is no way a gtx 580 at 900 core is two times faster than a gtx 470.
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