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Old 24th March 2017, 3:14 PM   #31
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OH okay guys i think i fixed it, i used the asus oc tool (i think it oc'ed to 4.5ghz) and it now its running as i expected it too, *will overclock properly myself once i have some time to research as its been a few years since i last oc'ed* thanks for the help guys!
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Old 24th March 2017, 4:57 PM   #32
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OH okay guys i think i fixed it, i used the asus oc tool (i think it oc'ed to 4.5ghz) and it now its running as i expected it too, *will overclock properly myself once i have some time to research as its been a few years since i last oc'ed* thanks for the help guys!
since both boards are s1150, could always try the 4690k in the z87 and the 4570 in the z97 (assuming both boards have latest bios) and see if the problem persists

if it does, Z97 board is too blame, if it doesnt, something with the CPU

Probably power states related.
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Old 24th March 2017, 7:33 PM   #33
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Now that I think of it, I've seen some Z97 boards not bring the CPU up to full speed correctly. Turn off speedstep in BIOS.
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Old 24th March 2017, 10:25 PM   #34
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OH okay guys i think i fixed it, i used the asus oc tool (i think it oc'ed to 4.5ghz) and it now its running as i expected it too, *will overclock properly myself once i have some time to research as its been a few years since i last oc'ed* thanks for the help guys!
Yeah something's still wrong when you get 'equivalent' performance from 4.5ghz and 3.2ghz versions of the same CPU

You should download hwinfo, there are a whole lot of throttle reasons in the sensors display, and it'll also show you in realtime the speed the CPU's actually working at

see the top right of this screenshot for what I'm talking about:

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