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HD6950 modded SLOWER than stock HD6950

po1nt

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System Name po1ntDesktop
Processor Intel Q8300 @3.5 Ghz
Motherboard ASUS P5B
Cooling Zalman CNPS 9700 LED
Memory ADATA 2x2 GB 800Mhz@900
Video Card(s) ASUS HD6970
Storage Samsung SpinPoint 250GB
Display(s) 22" 1680x1050
Audio Device(s) Creative X-Fi Elite Pro
Power Supply Corsair TX650
Software Windows 7 Ultimate x64
#26
Finally! OMG. F....n Asus. If someone can't overclock it's fault of mobo BUG

BUG is annoying if you oc your rams or cpu you gonna have enforced pci to x1 (with option peg force x1 disable too) The more you overclock with this bug more performance you lose. F....n paradox Higher clocks = lower performance

Be sure to set in BIOS:

1. PCI Frequency - Overclock or underclock between 85mhz-115 (not more not less!)
2. PEG Force x1 - Disable
3. PCI Clock Synch - AUTO
4. PEG Link Mode (other mobos Static Read Control) to Normal or if you havent this option to disable
5. And most important NB Vcore can't be higher than 1.45v and lower than 1.35v

NOW you are free

This mobo firstly owned me for hours but now im teh pwner :D
 

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System Name BeeR 6
Processor Intel Core i7 3770K*
Motherboard ASUS Maximus V Gene (1155/Z77)
Cooling Corsair H100i
Memory 16GB Samsung Green 1600MHz DDR3**
Video Card(s) 4GB MSI Gaming X RX480
Storage 256GB Samsung 840 Pro SSD
Display(s) 27" Samsung C27F591FDU
Case Fractal Design Arc Mini
Power Supply Corsair HX750W
Software 64bit Microsoft Windows 10 Pro
Benchmark Scores *@ 4.6GHz **@ 2133MHz
#27
Glad you figured it out.

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