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So I used the auto feature on MSI afterburner which I'm told is ONLY for GPU, sooooo why did it raise my Cinebench by about 150? and yes I have tested it 20 times, no Afterburner im 150 points less, with it im +150.

 

Sooo does Afterburner now do CPU as well? or goes GPU affect cinebench23?

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No, it doesn't support CPU, you use Intel OC software or Ryzen master for AMD.

Make sure your motherboard and cpu supports overclocking.

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I don't know. It doesn't do anything to the CPU. Period.

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did you change any settings in MSI afterburner, lower voltage, increase fan curve etc? reducing voltage would lower the overall heat being produced in your case and increasing the fan curve would change how fast it's being exhausted.

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Thats what is confusing me, it shouldnt change  the Cinebench what so ever but it is.. every time

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Just now, Letgomyleghoe said:

did you change any settings in MSI afterburner, lower voltage, increase fan curve etc? reducing voltage would lower the overall heat being produced in your case and increasing the fan curve would change how fast it's being exhausted.

no I let IT do all of it, I did it the lazy way

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Please detail your hardware. I would say that you are seeing something related to boosting with PBO on AMD Ryzen. Or perhaps with Multicore Enchantment with Intel. Or perhaps your previous test was done while system has something else running in the background and taking resources.

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i7 8750 HP on an HP laptop (my understanding NOT overclockable) 

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Just tried it again, back to back. Afterburner off / Closed its about 178 less... minute later with it on 178 MORE.. its no doubt the Afterburner but how? 

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