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5820K slow but 4.4ghz?

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peugot

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so i upgraded my cooling because the last aio went to hell, and did a minor oc on it and started encoding some video using handbrake. when i rip a bluray it takes almost an hour on the fast1080p30 setting :confused: it says it uses 100% and all but only write a bit over 2mbps to disk, have tried both ssd and regular.. temps are 70c at highest under 100% load and it slurps 1.250v. how do i oc cache if thats what it needs
 

Johan45

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Cache overclock requires ring/cache voltage bump. Most likely system agent as well. First you have to see if you have the option to up the cache multi. Speeding up the memory might help a bit as well. Haven't done much recoding in a while but that used to help me.
 
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peugot

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i have never done this before. but it will require oc input aswell as voltages ? how much will this help in bluray ripping and games etc? tnx for reply :)
 

Johan45

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ONly know thorough testing, games nada bluray/recode work it should help some. I took a quick look through your manual and didn't see any options for cache OC. I know some boards could and others couldn't. Might have to wait for someone with a similar board. I have a Giga SOC and it has an external switch to activate the "OC socket" This is what gives me the options in BIOS for cache overclock.
 
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peugot

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haha just my luck.. thank you for taking the time to look at it at least :)
 
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peugot

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i will think so, i ripp a cd in 50 sec so almost an hour for bluray is in my mind not very good?
 

Tír na nÓg

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i will think so, i ripp a cd in 50 sec so almost an hour for bluray is in my mind not very good?

Cd=music.

BluRay=Video.

Different encoding, algorithms.

1080p 30fps is the time it takes.

With mine, encoding 1080p/30fps h264 takes about half the time of the BluRay lenght.

So looks allright.