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FattysGoneWild
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Intel 8700K cpu and OCC Intelligent overclock=loss

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Explain this to me. The 2211 score is stock. The 2518 score was after it auto overclocked and showed me that score. Now when I run the benchmark I test lower then stock at 2211? 

 

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old_geekster
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@FattysGoneWild, I had the exact model as yours and nearly the same experience with OC'ing.  Every time I ran the Benchmark it came up with a different number.  I finally just took the best one and called it good; higher and lower.  From what I read, some motherboards don't like certain settings.  I could never figure it out, however.



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