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    Post your Cinebench R20 Score

    i7-5775C: 4.3Ghz cores, 3.9Ghz ring, 2.2Ghz L4 AIO: Arctic Liquid Freezer 240 with 2 fans
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    How can we specify the vcore and yet have adaptive voltage in asus z97 pro-gamer ?

    Like I said I've encountered same problem with my 4690k - it won't allow me to set voltages below certain value(1.22) using adaptive voltage - it simply wont apply just like in your case: it is shown properly when you input values, but after saving and restarting it is higher again, my guess its...
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    How can we specify the vcore and yet have adaptive voltage in asus z97 pro-gamer ?

    Final voltage is calculated by Additional TurboMode CPU Core Voltage + CPU Core Voltage Offset(which can be negative). The thing is some CPU with high VID wont allow you to set low voltages using Adaptive mode eg: I had 4690k and in Adaptive mode it would ignore any Vcore I set it Adaptive...
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    Post your Final Fantasy XV Benchmark Results

    2113Mhz@1.013V \ 5500Mhz. Default 3D-settings in drivers.
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    Post your Cinebench R20 Score

    Here is the score of my old CPU 4790, it dates back to may'17 :) I had that CPU for a month before switching to 5775c. Originally I had 4690k since 2015, u can see its result (708@4.5.Ghz) as well.
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    Autumn Equinox AIDA64 Cache and Memory Benchmark Competition

    Here you go: Ps I think there should be separate scoreboards for DDR4/DDR3/DDR2, dual/quad channel etc...
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    Share your AIDA 64 cache and memory benchmark here

    G.Skill Trident X 2x8Gb 2400Mhz kit, 1.558V
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    Post your Final Fantasy XV Benchmark Results

    EVGA Hybrid GTX1080 2000\5500Mhz. 3D settings(in drivers control panel) are set to default.
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