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    Way to Flex those muscles Flex

    Nice run 826 @ 4987 nice!

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    You're a madman Nikosa43 :P

    Anyway wonderfull scores u got there Meankeys, I'm jealous!!!!

    I will post my Memory for HiVizMan as requested ( my memory needs a closer look).

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    As u can see I know little to nothing about tweaking my memory and actually I did basicly nothing to it with my latest Bench. By moving BCLK I gained about 72Mhz and thats it. I hope to hear what guys think of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crimsonomega View Post
    You're a madman Nikosa43 :P Anyway wonderfull scores u got there Meankeys, I'm jealous!!!!I will post my Memory for HiVizMan as requested ( my memory needs a closer look).Click image for larger version. 

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    lol, yes we all hide a madman inside Allow me to say a few things. Before you feel more comfortable with overclocking in general, do not use Extreme LLC, because it hides lots of drawbacks. Instead, use Ultra high. You may need a bit higher voltage than the one you use now but it's more safe. Do not push BCLK too much because it can easily make your system more unstable. Don't be jealous of the high scores you see. Jealousy is a very bad advisor and you can damage your system. First become familiar with a good clock that runs stable and with low temps and learn how to make all the tweaks that raise your score at that clock.Try to get your higher score at that clock and after that start to push your clocks higher with the tweaks you learned. The high scores will come in no time. Keep some notes of the things you do and how they affect the three different tests of the benchmark. Don't shoot here and there pushing your clocks just higher hoping for a high score. The only thing that you will have in the end, it will be, in best case scenario, a corrupted OS.

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    Great scores Flex and Meankeys. Flex, the way you go you will brake 900 with a clock under 5.0G

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    Quote Originally Posted by nikosa43 View Post
    lol, yes we all hide a madman inside Allow me to say a few things. Before you feel more comfortable with overclocking in general, do not use Extreme LLC, because it hides lots of drawbacks. Instead, use Ultra high. You may need a bit higher voltage than the one you use now but it's more safe. Do not push BCLK too much because it can easily make your system more unstable. Don't be jealous of the high scores you see. Jealousy is a very bad advisor and you can damage your system. First become familiar with a good clock that runs stable and with low temps and learn how to make all the tweaks that raise your score at that clock.Try to get your higher score at that clock and after that start to push your clocks higher with the tweaks you learned. The high scores will come in no time. Keep some notes of the things you do and how they affect the three different tests of the benchmark. Don't shoot here and there pushing your clocks just higher hoping for a high score. The only thing that you will have in the end, it will be, in best case scenario, a corrupted OS.
    Cheers NIkosa,

    I was indeed thinking of starting at 4,7Ghz and try to tune from there on at that clock. Cheers for the advice ones again.

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    Good clock to start Crimsonomega. When you manage a score of around 780 at that clock, you will have 850 at around 5150.

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    Btw what would u recommend to fine tune when reading my previous setup?

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    Some epic scores since i was last on, congrats all.

    So next week my water cooling arrives and with water cooling i think that i should be able to get a bit closer to that 4Ghz mark and possibly a 400 score, we will see
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    ROG RealBench Score = TBB

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    @Noobinator: You should benchmark with the power profile switched to High Performance. That way you won't downclock for that CPU-Z screenshot and gain a few points in the process. If you also want to push for scores, disable EIST/C-States entirely in the UEFI for your runs
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