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post #14 of (permalink) Old 04-29-2018, 07:37 PM - Thread Starter
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Quote: Originally Posted by jprovido View Post
I enabled the OSD in MSI afterburner to check the clock speed and it's all over the place lol. I tried rocket league and it's ranging from 4000-4175mhz and it doesn't stay put (I saw it go as high as 4200 for just a split second) but usually stays around the 4050-4100 range. does that affect frame times seeing how clock speed changes all the time?

most of the games I've tried it's at 4000-4050mhz. I will try more
shouldn't have much affect on frame times over all.... of coarse generally speaking higher clocks is better for frame times.

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