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nick_the_greek_
Level 7
I am just curious I am now at 4.5 ghz 1.280 volts , setting 3 cores at 46 and 3 at 45 does this yield any results....
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nick_the_greek_
Level 7
I can do4.6ghz @ 1.344 volts . all I am asking is there any benefit running 3 cores at 46 and the other 3 at 45 or does it even work .
In benchmarks like cinebench r15 there is no benefit at all , thanks for the reply.

nick the greek 1 wrote:
I can do4.6ghz @ 1.344 volts . all I am asking is there any benefit running 3 cores at 46 and the other 3 at 45 or does it even work .
In benchmarks like cinebench r15 there is no benefit at all , thanks for the reply.

The difference in performance is there. It might be small but it's present.

4.5GHz on all cores.
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4.5GHz on 4 cores and 4.6GHz on the other 4.
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nick_the_greek_
Level 7
II am running 4.5ghz on all cores and 4.6ghz but I choose not to go over 1.3 volts for 24/7 use .....

nick_the_greek_
Level 7
thanks
so guess its the first 3 cores at 46 and the others at 45 , I can go higher to 4.8 on 3 cores and 45 on 3 stable
running stable linx 0.6.4 and aida 64 realbench ..


Thankyou

Chino
Level 15

nick_the_greek_
Level 7
ok so for instance 2 cores at 4.8 then 1 core at 4.7, 1 at 4.6 2 at 4.5 would that be good to go..

Chino
Level 15

nick_the_greek_
Level 7
Thanks might be something in it in bf4 , passmark yielded some higher results . 17204 cpu score passmark
3 cores 48 3 45 ... looking at the oc panel reading 4.8ghz looks pretty cool.