Originally Posted by Nascar24
Yep, I guess I should start updating.
Strange that after another fail at DDR-3200 the last 2 reboots it has stuck, betting it wont stay that way but squeezed a little more out of the performance
Fire Strike at DDR-3200 - 23434
Edit: Its definitely made my uncapped frame rate in ACO at 4K much smother. Had it capped at 30 because of the terrible stuttering I was getting, Uncapped it and no more stuttering.
Cemu is also night and day from my 6600K
It was also nice how nicely Windows 10 kept all my stuff the same, I know you should reload but I have a ton of games loaded that I would waste a night trying to find in my Terabytes of game data. Didn't have to reconfigure one thing from the 7 Drives I have in this PC.
As far as fans its a non issue for me, About the only thing I hear is the House fan I run almost 24/7 365 Days a year right behind me.
I'll have to try Cemu now that things are squared away here.
As for no reload I tried that and got stuck with 1.488v on the cpu at all time no matter what I unloaded as far as monitoring programs !_! So I imaged my ssd and nuked and paved. Almost back up and running after around 6 to 8 hours of poking things. The voltage locking to 1.4 - 1.5v is fixed for me now for the most part and temps are down. What's weird is i have hwinfo and the like installed again but it's still lowering the voltages like it should when there is little load.
Twasnt no thang on the game reloading either after the nuke and pave. Steam was top notch after copying the client folder to program files and pointing it to my 4tb mech drive. Uplay needed a client reinstall as did Origin, RSI Launcher and Rockstar social club but after pointing the clients to their game installs on the 4tb and verifying files everything is as it should be.
Pretty lol maxing out my Vega 64 with this new cpu I'm totally gpu bound now instead of cpu bound with the 6600k :D
2020 cant come soon enough then I'll be set for another 3 to 5 years.