Discussion in 'Benchmark Mayhem' started by CPC_RedDawn, Aug 24, 2013.
Just a quick run, guess 2133 memory helps considering just a 4.4gHZ O/C.
I works now, but gave me an error yesterday.
Here is mine @ 4.6GHz,
looks like im no1 atm
^ Looks like it really likes fast RAM.
Image Editing: 448
System Score: 573
Ok but I can see my screenshot by online - never error.
@-Tj-: Friend, I give congratulations.
EDIT: Oh! I modified RAM in my post #16 because the number of modules of RAM is more important than total capacity of RAM - eg: 1x8GB is half slower than 2x4GB due to speed.
Updated score, and all this at 1600 MHz :funny::
my Notebook P150SM (i7-4800QM , 8GB 1866 CL11, 780M)
1600MHz is for idle. lool
Ok multi threaded part is not because of ram, well maybe a little, but because of SSD.
I tested it yesterday and it was 800-870 no matter what, I almost thought its new bios fault.. Now I ran SSD trim twice and got max 1032
after 3rd time, same 4.6Ghz @ 1.233v
system score 602
Updated to latest version 2, download in OP
Here is my new score!
Here I go...
Wow ! Ty Asus ! 64 bit focused ! Finally ! Can't wait to be home and see my system result.
mine for laugh
Program files modified or corrupted!
my i7 still going kind strong xD
Been testing out some new OC settings and seeing how far I can push my 4770K.
Was happy at 45x100 = 4.5GHz @ 1.24v (load line bumped that vcore up to around 1.26v when heavy stressing).
I wasn't happy though as CPU-Z would report that the CPU base clock strap of 100MHz was dipping occasionally between 98.8MHz back up to 100MHz and this was effecting the core clock speed which dropped slightly to 4498MHz instead of a rock solid 4500MHz.
So I know the base clock is very limited in terms of overclocking but I though that if the board is dropping the 100MHz base clock by a few MHz then upping it by a few MHz would help stabilize the OC.
So far I have the CPU running at 46x100.23MHz for 4610MHz @ 1.25v (this bumps up to 1.28v in OCCT when heavy stressing). Playing with the 100MHz base clock has made it rock solid stable. I have left HWMonitor running and CPU-Z logging info and the base clock never dips and neither does the core clock.
Temps are sweet as well 3 hour run of OCCT linpack mode 90% memory usage and max temps were 75,75,71,68 idles still around 18-25C mark.
Here is my latest ASUS REALBENCH Results
Yep above overclock is not stable, ten minutes into a game of BF4 and bam system locked up and restarted.
Had to tone down the baseclock from 100.23MHz to 100.05MHz now been playing BF4 for two hours and all is well. Testing some more games to make sure this is stable, might leave a loop of Asus RealBench on over night to make 100% sure.
Thu Apr 3 2014
Image Editing: 97319
Heavy Multitasking: 73574
System Score: 64489