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So im running 428x8, when i changed it to 490x7 and raised the vcore slightly, there was no performance increase in 3d mark vantage? *** i thought higher fsb makes a big difference?
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A lot of the times you won't notice anything.
    
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No this is not true but sometimes it can help with stability an/or will allow you to overclock your RAM/NB to a different setting yielding better performance.
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thats what i did, i had a 1:1 ratio and it made little difference if anything at all as vantage is alowed some variation between test's.
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you really only see it in benchmarks. I bet super pi would show a difference.
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It's Vantage. Not really a very good test of CPU, NB, and memory performance.
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yeah i really don't think it helps at all. In theory it does though.
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Originally Posted by zelix View Post
yeah i really don't think it helps at all. In theory it does though.
well with vantage literally no difference. Maybe even lost a few hundred points but i allow a margin of error so im not sure. Either way is there any point at running a high fsb than if its the same? its harder on the mobo isnt it?
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