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post #11 of 14 (permalink) Old 01-11-2020, 04:16 PM
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Northbridge is Cache/uncore. And no, it's not a bottleneck, ever. There's barely ever any gain from raising it, 5% is a dream improvement.
If you're not GPU bound you can see definite increases in min. FPS with uncore/cache overclocks in at least some games:
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Differences here in 1/0.1% comes more from randomness rather than actual cache boost profit. You get better results by upping RAM frequency by one notch, actually. Sure, for min-maxing cache frequency should be raised, but there is barely any gain from doing so.

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Quote: Originally Posted by BroadPwns View Post
Differences here in 1/0.1% comes more from randomness rather than actual cache boost profit. You get better results by upping RAM frequency by one notch, actually. Sure, for min-maxing cache frequency should be raised, but there is barely any gain from doing so.
In the video I linked to the differences in the minimums were more than 10% for GTA V when overclocking the cache/uncore ditto for Shadow of the Tomb Raider. Some of the other results were around 5% which I'd think exceeds random fluctuations.
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your "nb frequency" voltage is directly pulled from vcore. 1.45vcrore = 1.45v cache/nb frequency.

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