- Sep 10, 2014
- Sydney, Australia
- Thread Starter
Looks like temps are great. It's really not a worry about which is the limiting factor as long as you are getting acceptable performance. If you actually wanted to get more out of the GPU, you could enable super sampling instead, although I'm not sure how much of an effect it will have.
Do you know what changed other than resetting the memory?
I'm fairly happy with the performance I'm getting now. I did run a few benchmarks in Ghost Recon: Breakpoint with some of the more CPU heavy graphical settings dialed down a bit like "Cloth Simulation". That combined with a framerate cap set for that game at 80 FPS, the benchmark maintained 80 throughout the entire benchmark. So I'm sure I could raise the cap higher but even at 80 FPS the game is smooth enough for me. I'll give super sampling a go on some of the titles just for curiosity's sake.
After I reset to optimised default settings in the BIOS, from what I followed here:
I've also made the CPU fan curve more aggressive just in case, same with the GPU in MSI Afterburner. The extra noise doesn't bother me.