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TPCbench, would you be able to bench BF3 ?

Just wondering how the G3258 would compare
to my QX6700 paired with a 750ti because I am
considering upgrading/sidegrading it. My guess
is it would be close enough fps-wise, but
with a significantly lower power draw.

My results are at the bottom of this post.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1469814/nvidia-gtx-750ti-750-maxwell-owners-club/730#post_22819878
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Quote:
Originally Posted by JambonJovi View Post

TPCbench, would you be able to bench BF3 ?

Just wondering how the G3258 would compare
to my QX6700 paired with a 750ti because I am
considering upgrading/sidegrading it. My guess
is it would be close enough fps-wise, but
with a significantly lower power draw.

My results are at the bottom of this post.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1469814/nvidia-gtx-750ti-750-maxwell-owners-club/730#post_22819878

Sorry, I don't have Battlefield 3

I think Pentium G3258 @ ~4.5 GHz will be just as fast as Core 2 Quad QX6700

There are no direct gaming comparisons between Pentium G3258 OC'ed and Core 2 Quad QX7600 but these benchmarks will give you an idea

A heavily OC'ed Core 2 Quad QX6700 will be just as fast as Core i3 Haswell
http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/ivy-bridge-wolfdale-yorkfield-comparison,3487-18.html


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Has anyone tried the EK waterblock for these cards? Just curious if anyone would like to report on their experiences with it. smile.gif
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Originally Posted by TPCbench View Post

Sorry, I don't have Battlefield 3

I think Pentium G3258 @ ~4.5 GHz will be just as fast as Core 2 Quad QX6700

There are no direct gaming comparisons between Pentium G3258 OC'ed and Core 2 Quad QX7600 but these benchmarks will give you an idea

A heavily OC'ed Core 2 Quad QX6700 will be just as fast as Core i3 Haswell
http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/ivy-bridge-wolfdale-yorkfield-comparison,3487-18.html


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Core 2 Quads are around Athlon II X4/Phenom II X4s in gaming performance. 4.5Ghz G3258 will destroy it in most games. Significant IPC increases make a huge difference.
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I wouldn't agree with that the pentium dual cores are abysmal for some reason, they can't even pump out proper fps in csgo ;/. my phenom x4 does better in csgo. i3 though is better.
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I wouldn't agree with that the pentium dual cores are abysmal for some reason, they can't even pump out proper fps in csgo ;/. my phenom x4 does better in csgo. i3 though is better.

An overclocked pentium is faster than an i3 though. Does csgo scale off more than two cores? An overclocked G3258 has the same IPC has an i3, doesn't it? Same lithography and architecture.
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Originally Posted by TPCbench View Post

Sorry, I don't have Battlefield 3

I think Pentium G3258 @ ~4.5 GHz will be just as fast as Core 2 Quad QX6700

There are no direct gaming comparisons between Pentium G3258 OC'ed and Core 2 Quad QX7600 but these benchmarks will give you an idea

A heavily OC'ed Core 2 Quad QX6700 will be just as fast as Core i3 Haswell
http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/ivy-bridge-wolfdale-yorkfield-comparison,3487-18.html

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No worries about BF3. Cheers for the info anyway. thumb.gif

I'm running the QX6700 at 3.34GHz and it's able
to handle it fine but if you were to take performance/Watt
into consideration the Pentium has the clear upper hand
so there's no point hesitating. Once I get the moneys together
I'll be finally upgrading to a Z97 rig.
Quote:
Originally Posted by Horsemama1956 View Post

Core 2 Quads are around Athlon II X4/Phenom II X4s in gaming performance. 4.5Ghz G3258 will destroy it in most games. Significant IPC increases make a huge difference.

Thanks for the input.
Didn't mean to turn this into a G3258 discussion.
I'll gladly take it over to the appropriate thread.

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Hey I was reading http://forums.guru3d.com/showthread.php?t=386877 and there was a lot of information on bios tweaking and over volting. Which unless the rise in tdp causes boost to be able to over volt I thought you couldn't raise voltage. There's 2 links in that thread to an asus and Msi hard volt mods as well. I wanted to find a hard volt mod for the evga 750 ti sc. I also thought the single fan artic accerlero single fan w heatsinks on the vrm/ic's would work well even though the stock cooler seems suffient any thoughts? I saw the cowie guy from guru3d on this thread so maybe he can chime in. thumb.gif
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I have the twin fan pny gtx 750 2gb ddr5. I have the core oc 1293 boost 1352 memory 3231x2=6462 and tdp/power target 107%(75W) and 1.200vddc. The highest temp I have seen is 61C.
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seems a solid oc..its the palit stormx OC edition..may eek a little more maybe

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