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intender

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  1. Best I can tell you can also increase your score by finding the lowest voltages and coolest temps possible. I have pretty much matched my score on my 6600k stock but undervolted to just over 1volt vs overclocked to 4.7ghz. I started tweaking my ram and managed to pull out a little more, but still haven't managed to break 1300 yet. This is one of the most frustrating benches I have ever ran. Not only can I not figure out what really seems to improve the score other than low memory usage and faster memory timings, but I cant manage to get it to finish a bench when pushing a higher overclock. It locks the computer instantly.
  2. I hate to bring this back from the dead, but did you ever figure this out. I just built a 6600k system that is doing the same thing. I can bench and stress test for hours with no trouble at 4.7 and still tweaking to get 4.8 stable. But xtu is killing me. I can stress test in xtu with no problems at 4.7. It ran for 3 hours yesterday, but as soon as I click benchmark windows blue screens. Even at 4.6 and 4.5 I get random blue screens in xtu sometimes. Sent from my SM-N910V using Tapatalk
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