*Official* NBR Desktop Overclocker's Lounge [laptop owners welcome, too]

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    Project-e, the “e” stands for enigma. :D
     
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    Safe to say he can't say anything about it by the looks of it.
     
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    Just follow the timeline. First post was from Mar 23, 2019. We are now 27 Sept 2019. It took exactly 1.5 year + 1 week from I signed the contract. Today is an good day for old Poopy:)

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    i never realized u live near trondheim! :)

    congratz on getting monster internet speeds! ull notice quickly that at 500+ Mbps the bottleneck will become your router and wifi adapter in the receiving end (laptop/phone/tablet/etc) :D

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    Wo, crazy fast and look at that ping! I got 10ms and 39Mbps download, 9.7Mbps upload - that's ok for me.
     
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    I played around with my CPU overclock a couple of days ago - trying to find out if there were any advantages to BCLK overclocking vs Multiplier Overclocking. At the moment I'm using a rock solid stable and relatively low voltage 4.6Ghz on my 6700K, and I've turned that overclock from a multiplier overclock to a BCLK + Multiplier overclock: so 44 multiplier and 10% BCLK overclock to equal 4.6Ghz. As a side bonus it raises my DRAM by 20Mhz!:p I heard that there are small advantages of BCLK overclocking all else being equal due to the FCLK clock becoming overclocked at the same time - which supposedly increases the speed of the interface between GPU and the rest of the system, which could help like 1% or less in games, every gain right?! No, but anyone got any thoughts on BCLK / FCLK overclocking in terms of benefits?

    I've tested in 3DMark, slight increase in CPU and GPU score in Timespy (less than 1%) over a few runs. BF1 plays just as well as before. Cinebench R20 less than 1% increase, CB15 is a bit worse though. Firestrike CPU score seems quite a bit lower though, but that might be due to Futuremark or Windows Update maybe. Yeah, so just trying to find out if there's any benefit to BCLK/FCLK overclocking in comparison to multiplier overclocking (all other things being equal).

    EDIT: Doing some more testing now with a 40% BCLK overclock (140Mhz BCLK), so I've taken CPU multiplier down to 33 so that it still equals my 4.6Ghz overclock. So, that's a massive leap over the 10% BCLK/FCLK overclock I was using before - now this would be the interesting one to test for increased GPU performance! I'll update soon....
     
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