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  1. To check if Gpu bottleneck http://thebottlenecker.com/#project
  2. yes that's what i did so is there a way to bypass this control or at least increase the power limit (let's say to 90W).
  3. https://www.amazon.com/Intel-i7-3940XM-Extreme-Processor-3-00GHz-3-90GHz/dp/B00AET5TJE 500 $ lol
  4. I don't think so, there is clearly a power throtteling that was captured with EVGA when FS is on also i can't find why should i change my CPU, I compared it with other newer CPU and they pretty the same
  5. try using msi afterburner with fire strike and look at the hardware monitoring (right side). you should see power limit. mine has many spiks during benchmark
  6. you are right An0npl4y, that was PSU holding me back. I overclocked the CPU to get more fps for my game (The Elder Scrolls online) cause it seems thats it was CPU dependant and rely only on one core :/ So when i tried Fire Srike i got 9k score (vs 9k5 when done for the first time). I switched back to default XTU, stopthrottle and the bios setting for CPU overclock and with a litte OC on the GPU i get 10k score http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/20272148 but the problem still. how do I up my CPU to make CPU dependant games run better. I checked out and find that mine was not that different than an i7 6700hq http://cpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/Intel-Core-i7-6700HQ-vs-Intel-Core-i7-3740QM/m34954vsm2919
  7. Some told me in the official game forum that ESO is CPU dependant. So maybe it's because of that.
  8. here the asked file looks good ? HardwareMonitoring.7z
  9. hello, I'm facing actually some power limit problems with my gtx 1060. i've noticed it while playing ESO with msi afterburner. I have a dell PSU 240 W.
  10. it's still ok even when you missed up your heat sink mod https://www.hostingpics.net/viewer.php?id=66708920170519203142.jpg
  11. wow nice temperatures, what is your secret ? I've made the same upgrade on my m17x r4 and i have 67 °C when using fire strike.
  12. ok do you know any tool to monitor the VRAM temperatures?
  13. No, do I need to install them ? or it's simply a waste of space ?
  14. here is my fire strike 1.1 benchmark http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/20042440 time spy 1.0 http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/20042703 CPU and GPU temperatures
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