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test to see if the cpu runs at it's propper speed

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Oke i had a lot of problems latly with my bottleneck around my 3570 i5 and my r9 290 no sorry it's nothing with temps or so evrything fine it's really really strange but anyway does anyone now a good program too see if my cpu runs at the right speed because it does runs on the right frequincy but maby with points so i can compare it well to see if it is really good and there is nothing wrong with it?

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Try CPU-Z.


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Oke i had a lot of problems latly with my bottleneck around my 3570 i5 and my r9 290 no sorry it's nothing with temps or so evrything fine it's really really strange but anyway does anyone now a good program too see if my cpu runs at the right speed because it does runs on the right frequincy but maby with points so i can compare it well to see if it is really good and there is nothing wrong with it?

i use occt, benching too.

http://www.ocbase.com/

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How do you know the 3570 is bottlenecking the 290?


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Posted · Original PosterOP

How do you know the 3570 is bottlenecking the 290?

well in bf my gpu usage is around 50 to 100

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well in bf my gpu usage is around 50 to 100

Stress your CPU using Intel Extreme Tuning Utility and monitor your clock speeds using CPU-Z.


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Posted · Original PosterOP

Stress your CPU using Intel Extreme Tuning Utility and monitor your clock speeds using CPU-Z.

can i also do it with the jams software stress test? i already have that

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can i also do it with the jams software stress test? i already have that

That's fine. As long as the CPU is being pushed to 100%.


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Posted · Original PosterOP

Stress your CPU using Intel Extreme Tuning Utility and monitor your clock speeds using CPU-Z.

actually it's called heavvy load

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That's fine. As long as the CPU is being pushed to 100%.

it's does 3,55 ghz

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it's does 3,55 ghz

The CPU is definitely not the problem. Do you get any kind of fluctuation?


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The CPU is definitely not the problem. Do you get any kind of fluctuation?

How do you mean?

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How do you mean?

Do the clock speeds bounce at all? Like, from 3.5GHz to 800MHz(these are just examples. Not necessarily what one would experience).


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Do the clock speeds bounce at all? Like, from 3.5GHz to 800MHz(these are just examples. Not necessarily what one would experience).

no it does bounch around from 3,5 to 3,7

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Do the clock speeds bounce at all? Like, from 3.5GHz to 800MHz(these are just examples. Not necessarily what one would experience).

now it has stabalized at 3.7

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now it has stabalized at 3.7

Did you overclock your CPU at all?


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Did you overclock your CPU at all?

no is there something totaly wrong then?

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no 

The CPU shouldn't be hitting 3.7GHz if all cores are hitting 100%. It should be staying at 3.4GHz.(the stock speed is 3.4GHz)


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The CPU shouldn't be hitting 3.7GHz if all cores are hitting 100%. It should be staying at 3.4GHz.(the stock speed is 3.4GHz)

but with turbo boost right?

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The CPU shouldn't be hitting 3.7GHz if all cores are hitting 100%. It should be staying at 3.4GHz.(the stock speed is 3.4GHz)

oh i am such a stupid kid o mean i cloud just kick my self to hell it fluctating from 3.54 to 3.57 o i am such a n00b

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oh i am such a stupid kid o mean i cloud just kick my self to hell it fluctating from 3.54 to 3.57 o i am such a n00b

Have you checked your GPU temperatures?


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Have you checked your GPU temperatures?

yep max 73 degrees c i think it's over for me :(

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yep max 73 degrees c i think it's over for me :(

Uninstall your graphics drivers and install them again.


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"If you place a piece of bread somewhere on Earth, and another one on that point's antipodes, well you made yourself an Earth-sandwich." - Michael from Vsauce.

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