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Ultra gaming makes internet Browser laggy.

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#1 lxrsd


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Posted 05 May 2016 - 09:40 PM

Greeting my fellow community,
I'm having problems understanding this overclocking procedure. My main ISSUE is the lag while  running  a game on full Ultra settings {Runescape} and using a web browser on my second screen. The screen is very laggy, For example; When I scroll down it stops and after 1-2 sec it continues. To fix this problem I tried to overclock my Computer in hopes for solution but it didn't help. When i'm not playing the game the browser is fine and i'm able to browser regularly. This mean I need more money in what Aspect of the Computer. I recently built this high end computer.
Inter Core i7 6700k
Current core speed : 4.6 MHZ
G.Skill Ripjaws v Series DDR4 3000 PC2400 4x8 32GB 
Latency (CL): 15 clocks
Model - Asus Z170-A
NVDIA GeForce GTX 980 TI
Cooler: Water Cooler Corsai H115i
2 SSD : 500gs & 120gs
1 HDD : 2T
PSU 850W
Also, I don't think i'm using my computer at its full potential, MY DRAM Frequency never goes above 1069.6 MHZ

Edited by lxrsd, 06 May 2016 - 12:04 AM.

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#2 ScathEnfys


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Posted 06 May 2016 - 11:06 AM

Most fast RAM has Intel XMP which must be enabled in the BIOS for it to run at its advertised speed.
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