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Mr.Genuine

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About Mr.Genuine

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Mumbai, India
  • Interests
    Gaming4Life
  • Biography
    I'm a cuty little guy from India who loves gaming and loves seeing people smile, that's why I chose streaming as a career option besides Computer Engineering.
  • Occupation
    Student

System

  • CPU
    Intel Core i7 3770
  • Motherboard
    MSI H-61m P20(G3)
  • RAM
    Transcend 1x 4GB; 1x 8 GB DDR3 @ 1333 Mhz
  • GPU
    Intel HD Graphics 4000
  • Case
    A basic ATX case
  • Storage
    WD Blue 500 GB @7200 RPM; Kingston 120GB SATA SSD
  • PSU
    Corsair VS 450 (450W)
  • Display(s)
    Secondary Monitor - Zebronics some bla bla @ 1366x768; Primary Monitor coming soon
  • Cooling
    Intel Stock Cooler
  • Keyboard
    Old Microsoft Keyboard
  • Mouse
    HP XYZ
  • Sound
    HyperX Cloud Stinger
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 (un-activated)

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  1. PS - I just realized that Windows was on Balanced Power mode. If I change it to High performance, will it make a difference?
  2. Na one profile is fine..But even now in single thread tests like cinebench clocks don't go above 3.4 for some reason..while only in the test of throttlestop they go upto 3.9. I have a doubt that I've done something wrong. Whenever I open throttlestop the clocks easily go above 3.4 and upto 3.9. But as soon as I close it, they lock at 3.4 in any other stress test.
  3. Do I have to do the same process for other modes like game internet and battery? What's battery btw?
  4. Yes bro! It worked out. Thanks for your help. CPU reaches 3.9 now..
  5. I think I can set multiplier to 39 T and enable it...What's your take?
  6. I don't want to do any additional overclocking, that's why I didn't buy a K CPU. I just want it to go upto its turbo boost speeds http://prntscr.com/myxpw3 Do you think I can change anything else here? - http://prntscr.com/myxqqf
  7. How do you check C state in that app? There is a Disable turbo option which is checked under performance mode. Should I uncheck it?
  8. Mr.Genuine

    Intel i7 8700 Temperature Issues

    Oh I didn't read that..Ma bad. Then it's fine
  9. Mr.Genuine

    Intel i7 8700 Temperature Issues

    Change the thermal paste and the cooler...Hyper 212 evo is my choice...Best for its value
  10. Even in single core test all CPU cores go on 3.4 GHz
  11. by the way is this the clock? I'm not able to find individual clocks..
  12. yeah i already have it..thanks for ur help mate
  13. So If I do cinebench single core test will I achieve that clock on one core?
  14. That's not IHS I think. Because I assume you're right...And when there was a problem with my thermal place, before replacing the thermal paste I used to reach about 82-83 degrees while playing and I had no thermal throttling..So maybe it's T Junction
  15. I have an i7 3770 CPU on top of MSI H-61 m P20(G3) Motherboard. I ran cinebench R15 for single core and multi core performance scores..But in that stress test and even in Prime95 and CPU-z my CPU doesn't go above 3.4 GHz which is its base clock while its max frequency is 3.9 GHz. What is the possible reason? Is the motherboard incompatible? Do I need a BIOS update? Or do I need to change my cooler(I don't think temperatures are a reason cos it barely touches 60 in stress) I'm on intel stock heatsink btw.
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