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Am I getting bottlenecked?


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phillpower2

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No need for a screenshot just make a note of them on a piece of paper and then post them with your next reply, the readings that we need are the CPU temp, the +3.3V, +5V and the +12V readings like in my earlier attachment please.

Did you read the guide to using Speedfan that I provided earlier http://www.silentpcr...1275-page1.html

Have you updated to DirectX11 and checked your gaming performance.


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CPU Voltage : 0,942 V
3,3V Voltage : 3.376 V
5V : 5.040 V
12V : 12.192 V
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I see that you are working with Rockmilk on the Networking forum so I am going to hold off until you have finished there, this will avoid you going between two topics which can lead to questions being unanswered and confusion as to which advice you are following.

When you come back to this topic please re-read my last reply and with the exception of the PSU voltages provide us with the remaining answers, thanks and good luck with the networking problem.
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I haven't read the entire Speedfan article, I'll do that now. The default DirectX that comes with the card should be DX11 already.
I did notice that my CPU temperature never went above 50-55 degrees when gaming, so I don't think it's a temperature issue.
Although as you said, the temperatures shown by the software might be inconclusive.


P.S : The networking issue is going along fine, but networking still remains hard for me :P

Edited by nobleboi, 20 January 2013 - 03:40 PM.

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Gday.

If your BIOS has the function,
> http://techforum4u.c...ts-Of-Your-BIOS
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Cool, thanks iammykyl :D
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RE: Your edit added to your reply #13

dxdiag stated that I already have dx11 installed o_O


Please see the attachment below which shows your DirectX details;
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Ok so i'm now installing every update I haven't downloaded/installed yet, because Microsoft said it should be done via Windows Update.
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How are things going.
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