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September 15, 2011 10:30:28 PM

I originally posted the following in the GPU overclocking forum and got a response stating that it could be due to my RAM or CPU. The reason I post this on is because of the overclock feature my motherboard has (the underlined portion). Please read the following in order to better understand....


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I currently have my gtx 560 non ti running at the following:
1062mv voltage
970 core
1940 shader
2150 mem
current performance: http://www.flickr.com/photos/67576864@N08/ (out of curiousity, anybody with a ti could compare gpu benchmarks?)

overclocking more at this point seems to be giving me worse results (~1-2fps less). Temps during gaming (crysis 2, metro 2033, etc is 70C at its highest, usually mid 60's)

Is this telling me its my cards upper limit? or is this telling me there is a bottleneck in my system? of which i wouldnt be surprised...

Specs
AMD Phenom X4 945 3.0 Deneb (stock)
4 Gigs of Ram DDR2 @ 800 (OCZ2RPR10664GK) (culprit?)
Biostar Mortherboard TA790GXE 128M
MSI Twin Frozr ii 560 GTX (non ti)
PSU: OCZ700MXSP

Now the motherboard brings a feature called overclock navigator engine. Give options to use either V6, V8, or V12 tech engine which overclocks the cpu and the rest of the system. Does anyone have experience using it and could this help?

Im throwing all the information out there at once to give you guys a better understanding of my situation.

Thank you all in advance.
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September 16, 2011 1:16:16 AM

seem your system get bottleneck with speed GPU and about v6,v8,v12 is auto OC biostar from bios and not too much, V12 is highest is 3.3Ghz. and this situation need disabled Smart fan CPU. if only your ears to listen to the noise is strong enough then you will get a maximum of 3.5GHz, and if you want to get the clock higher then get an aftermarket cooler
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September 16, 2011 2:14:33 AM

henydiah said:
seem your system get bottleneck with speed GPU and about v6,v8,v12 is auto OC biostar from bios and not too much, V12 is highest is 3.3Ghz. and this situation need disabled Smart fan CPU. if only your ears to listen to the noise is strong enough then you will get a maximum of 3.5GHz, and if you want to get the clock higher then get an aftermarket cooler


thanks for the reply...would using the auto OC for example V12, also overclock my Ram?
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September 16, 2011 2:23:59 AM

the RAM will automatically Overclock because raise FSB .. check in CPU-Z
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September 17, 2011 9:18:26 PM

henydiah said:
the RAM will automatically Overclock because raise FSB .. check in CPU-Z



SHould I do this with my GPU still in since I believe it also affects the PCI-E or attempt to use the overclock navigator with everything inside?
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September 18, 2011 12:30:11 AM

Don't .. Let pci keep at 100 and gpu at default, keep pcie at 100 will give more stable when do overclock.
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