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  1. I bought this Intel 2600k, being a previous owner of the 4790k, I thought the processor might be okay. I figured for $20 what the hell why not. But man, I haven't even gotten the clock dialed in completely yet, and it already beats 6 of the Ryzen models in multi-threaded testing. I assume they take DDR4. I used CPU-Z as bench as comparison, they seem pretty reliable. Also, the 2600k beats every FX-series processor that was made. I remember when AMD was a joke. The GPU and CPU are on water. In Time Spy in 3dmark never gets the card or processor over 40 degrees, and that's at 1493mhz GPU, and 4400mhz@1.35v CPU. Full on gaming I hit mid 40's. I have used DDR4 systems that felt like they performed sub-par. Sometimes it's not about having the biggest, most overly priced processor money can buy. Although bragging rights are nice. This little processor blew me away because I got it for $20. Motherboard was $20 on offerup, and graphics card I already had. https://valid.x86.fr/r39jfc
  2. This guy got a better score than me with his NB at 2200 and core at 4400, than I did at nb 2500 and cpu 4600. There is something going on that I don't know, or something I don't know to change. He even has the same exact processor with slower RAM. https://hwbot.org/submission/3944223_oconsauce_cinebench___r15_fx_8300_713_cb/
  3. I can't choose 2500mhz for my nb in my bios, only 24 or 2600, so I opted for 2400 to be safe and it booted. It just doesn't seem like going from 2200 to 2400 would require a 1.2 to 1.35 volt change. But I don't know that well obviously.
  4. K gonna try 1.35 now. I don't know what the difference is in VID and vcore in hwinfo 64. I can change the VID with AMD overdrive, but not in my bios, in my bios I can change vcore but not VID.
  5. I bet if I could get my clocks up to your speed, I would get the same score. I jumped from 455 to 597 going from stock to 4400mhz. I don't know how to make it post past 4700mhz though, voltage alone doesn't get it to boot. Any idea what voltage the NB should be at at 2500mhz? Maybe 1.25?
  6. Thank you, yeah your are right I am not fully aware of the rules. I will research them.
  7. I have two accounts here, they might be under boobteg4444 also. Mind you this was a long time ago also, they are no longer records.
  8. Hmm. I just overclocked to 4400mhz and still only got a 592 cb in R15. Def. better than the 455 earlier at stock clocks but still. Maybe the 8350 was just that much better than the 8300.
  9. I broke some records with two gtx 780's in sli with the 4790k. Best DDR3 processor intel made in my opinion. Reason it still costs $350.
  10. You think I will notice a difference? If so what voltage should I throw the NB to at 2500mhz? Here's what I got now.
  11. I am going to go restart, lock my clocks and turn off power management and see what my numbers are now overclocked be right back.
  12. Here's my Ram, it's stable I ran prime95 with it like that for a couple hours. Didn't fail and never got above 30 degrees, although I know with amd that was inaccurate.
  13. I used to have the i7 4790k with a gtx 780, it blew this system out of the water in every aspect, gaming, threading, not one thing was the fx better at.
  14. By the way, I want to thank you both for taking the time to even respond to me. I know this is an old processor, and I didn't expect much support here. So thanks.
  15. I can't pull 4888mhz at least not on multiplier+core voltage alone. My cooling is fine, any tips on how you stabilized above 4800mhz?
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