- Oct 1, 2006
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|System Name||The ClusterF**k|
|Processor||980X @ 4Ghz|
|Motherboard||Gigabyte GA-EX58-UD5 BIOS F12|
|Cooling||MCR-320, DDC-1 pump w/Bitspower res top (1/2" fittings), Koolance CPU-360|
|Memory||3x2GB Mushkin Redlines 1600Mhz 6-8-6-24 1T|
|Video Card(s)||Evga GTX 580|
|Storage||Corsair Neutron GTX 240GB, 2xSeagate 320GB RAID0; 2xSeagate 3TB; 2xSamsung 2TB; Samsung 1.5TB|
|Display(s)||HP LP2475w 24" 1920x1200 IPS|
|Case||Technofront Bench Station|
|Audio Device(s)||Auzentech X-Fi Forte into Onkyo SR606 and Polk TSi200's + RM6750|
|Power Supply||ENERMAX Galaxy EVO EGX1250EWT 1250W|
|Software||Win7 Ultimate N x64, OSX 10.8.4|
Well, my system doesn't suffer from high latencies and low read/write speeds. But that's neither here nor there, I'm not speaking purely from my own personal experience. I'm speaking about the multitude of benchmarks available in the wild that do not support your claims. The only 2 exceptions are games like SupCom, and where your res is so low the gpu isn't fully stressed.Consider the chipset, and memory that you are using first. This RAM doesn't yield good memory performance; latencies are fairly high with rather weak read/write.
I take no offense, and in your case its different its like comparing apples to oranges.
If you are running at that low of a res, your framerates are gonna be so high to start with, that the frames given by OCing your cpu won't be noticeable at all, unless you are specifically measuring them. AKA: Going from 200fps to 240fps.