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    i3 - 8100 not really extreme but...

    HI, I am trying to get back in the grove, so the first thing i did was look around at my systems and see if i could rack up any points fast
    plus learn a little. I always learn more by doing.

    So i looked at what i had and tried to determine if I could score some fast points,,,,
    I saw the i3 8100's only had 4 submissions....

    Well I recently had to downgrade my son't gaming system for personal reasons from a 8086k to a i3 -8100.
    Still a nice chip i3 but with 4 cores @3.6ghz


    So last night i went into his room and played a bit...


    I am running win 10 pro 64bit full load, I shut off a lot of stuff he was running and went to work.
    Not being a K version not to much I could do, but what the heck, only 4 submissions.

    We are running...

    Intel? Core? i3-8100 CPU @ 3.60GHz
    MSI Z370I GAMING PRO CARBON AC (MS-7B43) ITX
    2x8G Corsair CMD16GX4M2B2800C14
    NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti (GP102) @ 1569 MHz

    With the 8086k in it, I figured he had at least 2 years with this system..

    But anyway back to the i3-8100 CPU @ 3.60GHz


    Well I tried a whole bunch of stuff, not really knowing too much and was trying to up the bus speed.,
    from 100mhzz to whatever... well I managed to beat 1 of those 4 submissions with my

    3699.32 MHz (36 * 102.76 MHz) - Uncore: 3391 MHz

    I only played for a little while but I hit a wall @ 102.7MHz
    no way was I getting 102.8...

    Any idea's what I should look at and what changes and where I might be able to add 1 or 2 MHz more out of it since the multi is locked at highest 36

    any help?

    thanks in advance....

    Here is the submission...
    HWbot


    Here's the system...



    PS, I'm a J-E-T-S fan
    Last edited by systemviper; 11-05-2018 at 07:04 PM. Reason: Must get 1MHz

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