I improve the airflow in my case, and I add one Peltier (80w) on the backplate of the GPU. The result is more than 10 degrees low that I transfer for better overclock :D not bad for a ~10$ upgrade :)
The Peltier is connected with Molex outside of the case so I can unplug it when I do not need...
The most intriguing here are did they use their new tool for auto memory overclock because they used in the presentation DDR5 6000@CL30 which one is not common RAM (and in specs).
Because this can add performance in this 15% too.
Maybe you are right, but maybe you don't.
If we can make 5800x3D to boost to 5GHz it will be very close to the next-gen in gaming. You can be sure that AMD doesn't like that.
What happens to 5600x ? They lock the boost to up to 200MHz and no more. Why ? Is there an official statement about...
There is a problem with RSR, it does not work well with Wide Screen monitors, because it uses recommended monitor resolution, and to work the height and width must be different to start upscale.
In my situation, my monitor is with 2560x1080 and the upscale do not work because it must upscale...
That's dependable from the played game.
There are games where computation will be half or less, there are games that will hit the watt wall.
As I show in post 119 SotTR can stay at max power limit most of the time, so the heat will spread from the PC most of the time during gameplay.
For Time Spy this are my settings which is far from normal gaming settings:
If I want more I need to set a higher power limit. And if for benchmarks this is fine, for normal gaming is near to pointless, because perf/watt will become really worst.
Especially for Time Spy, I go for lower MHz because I hit 324W and a bit more voltage.
But this thing (TC) is synthetic software and it just uses as many resources as it can get so it is irrelevant.
For example, I hit this result in Shadow of the Tomb Raider Benchmark with these settings which...