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Old 08-03-2015, 07:35 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Default Re: Is this a good thing or a bad thing? (AMD a8 3800)

Originally Posted by cb600fshornet View Post
I highly doubt it's a stable 4.7GHz OC (no offence meant here), that's pretty much a 100% OC which on the AMD APUs simply do not happen. I would guess the software is telling you lies
You right, it didn't OC to 4.7GHz, it was actually showing a 4.1GHz on CPUZ ID, HW Monitor, and Core Temp.

It was reaching almost 70 celcius but never got there.

I turn off the OC when not gaming, but I do notice a major difference with the OC.

As I can play on max resolution without lag, and get more use out of my Graphics Card.

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