This improved things in Crysis3 but now Crysis 2 has reverted to the early days when having crossfire brought all those circular shadows and...
Have run my memory @ 1866Mhz with 6-8-6-22-1T and also @ 2000Mhz 7-9-7-24-1T and have honestly not noticed any real world difference.
Try some of the changes listed here; https://secure.mycrysis.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=40&t=34088
Have validated @ 4.5Ghz with 1.52vcore. Benched @ 4.25Ghz with no problem. I have a mental thing happening with running it 24/7 at that frequency...
Mine is stable 4Ghz with 1.344vcore. Runs 1 hour Prime and games fine at that. Under water.
Another acronym? (in bold) :)
Supposed to fill in this bit too | Average GFlops | GFlops Per GHz | :)
Still great for air cooling. Get it under water and you will probably be able to lower the vcore and keep the 4Ghz stable. Mine will Prime @ 1.344...
Will it go lower on the vcore?
Crank the cpu-nb up and you will see a big improvement. Not bad vcore for 4Ghz. Is that stable?
Still pretty crap picture :(
You need to format the result correctly like everyone else :)
+1. The onus is always on the person making the claim, to actually back that claim up with proof.
My 940BE is 1800Mhz stock HT and cpu-nb.
2.125 is a lot of volts for the (cpu)?-nb.
The difference is night and day on mine between 2000 and 3000Mhz.
crunchie|HD 6870 xfire|1000/1050|8935|1090T @ 4.125ghz
Overclocked and undervolted 1090T.
@ Velvet Wafer. I never really pushed the memory (RAM) on my X4 system.
From what I have seen, most X4's have problems above 2500-2600Mhz, mine included.
X4's are not as good as X6's when it comes to a cpu-nb OC. 2800Mhz is a top effort.
I did these runs a few months ago to see what results I would get by altering the cpu-nb and also the RAM, whilst trying to keep the cpu running...
That is what I was saying earlier, but you seemed to dispute it, or have I mis-understood?
Mussels, try lower the HT back to stock 2000Mhz. Have not bothered raising mine as from what I have read around different sites there is hardly...
Yeah, I have 4Gig Flares now running at 1800Mhz 6-8-6-22-1T and will do 2000Mhz 7-9-7-24-1T :)
Are you talking about the cpu-nb? Mine is at 3Ghz with 1.25v. You just increase the multi in bios.
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