I just wanted to circle back and thank everyone for their input.
I installed the 2133 memory and manually set it to the XMS settings, at 1.65V, also on the webpage.
It took a couple of times to boot to Windows but seems to be fine now.
I lowered my settings in Battlefield V and it’s running well. I lowered them less for the frame rates and more so I can see the enemies, apparently that’s what a lot of people do?
I don’t know, it’s a shame, IMO, that you have a game that is so visually stunning, but if you can have enough hardware to run it with so much detail, that you suffer getting killed constantly because not only are you not seeing the enemy, but that the enemy is often running so low detail that they can see through what you perceive to be solid objects and get killed.
And I don’t even know a thing about what other means others are doing, like mods, hacks, etc.
Anyway, my next step is to install the new CPU cooler. I’m running at 4.5 ghz, hottest it gets is 73C on one core, others are a couple degrees below that.
Other than bragging rights, does it make sense to run the clock higher? Would it actually improve the gaming experience, or is it just to say it’s running faster?
Again, thank you all, you’ve been a big help.
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