I ran this overclocked by auto settings and I never messed with voltages. Here is my CPUID.
Did I do anything wrong? I need honest answers. I also googled information on what other people's CPUID looks like and this came up
(Why are his volts different than mine?) Including the multiplier, it shows 16-63? Why isn't it the same as the others? Is it because I am not tweaking voltages? Can someone help me out here and educate me on this part so I can understand what's going on?
I have image tearing now in most games but rarely on a few. I had to enable VSYNC and it works fine but sometimes I still catch image tearing when if it's on. So i tried the route via Nvidia Control Panel. Maybe I have a bad video card? Bad DVI or I need a new monitor? A lot of questions need to be answered. I still think it's probably because I have a powerful video card that is slightly bottlenecking my CPU. However, I saw this video.
He has a 1440hz monitor. I am baffled. However, that would LOWER more FPS. I'm just baffled how he runs just fine. Something is wrong. Maybe it's my SSD? I am using 1504 bios update not the newest one because what everyone says is that don't fix what is broken. I never had motherboard problems. I like 1080p but always wanted to go 1440hz but I rather not because I know there will be fps drops.
These are my current specs at the moment
GPU: Nvidia GTX 1060-6GB SSC version-
Hydro Series™ H100i v2 Extreme (replaced and installed on Mar 5, 2018)
SSD: Samsung 830 256GB -
HDD: WD Black 1TB (2010) -
HDD: WD Blue 500GB (2010) -
RAM: Corsair Vengeance DDR3 1600 C9 4x4GB
MBD: Asus SABERTOOTH Z77
EVGA 860 BQ Power Supply
These are my idle temps. My load temps never go over 45c or 54c and that's it.