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post #1021 of 4581
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What happened with LOL (league of the fake promises) that how it should be renamed sadsmiley.gif

Ahaha I'm sorry, my card died recently so I'm unable to test it, unless you want to see performance results with a 5770?

The same goes for CSGO, someone's been asking me about that and I feel kinda bad LOL.
post #1022 of 4581
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Ahaha I'm sorry, my card died recently so I'm unable to test it, unless you want to see performance results with a 5770?

The same goes for CSGO, someone's been asking me about that and I feel kinda bad LOL.

That sucks about your gpu. Was it the 760?

GSGO with the G3258 does just as good as any Intel chip out there. Whoever wants that benchmark can take my word for it if they want. It's perfect for source engine games, including Titanfall.
post #1023 of 4581
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That sucks about your gpu. Was it the 760?

GSGO with the G3258 does just as good as any Intel chip out there. Whoever wants that benchmark can take my word for it if they want. It's perfect for source engine games, including Titanfall.

Yeah it was, it's been discontinued from where I got it from though, so they're giving me a refund thankfully, I think I'll put that to the 800 series which are seemingly around the corner.
It's a shame, I've never had a card die on me ever.

I can try and do a couple of tests on a build with a Phenom II X4 965 @4GHz with a R9 280 in games like Battlefield 4 and Star Citizen when I get the time, I know someone who has a setup like that.
post #1024 of 4581
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Ahaha I'm sorry, my card died recently so I'm unable to test it, unless you want to see performance results with a 5770?

The same goes for CSGO, someone's been asking me about that and I feel kinda bad LOL.


I didn't know that lol... ok I'll forgive u just this time xD.

Just save it and get 860 tii
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With all that said still the Haswell/ivy dual cores are underrated as hell, being like gaming and most application's are still being so single threaded/ 1/2 core utilization etc......they can do plenty of damage especially high OC....just no benefit/useless for more cores when they are not in need

hell my first gen running on 2 with HT on at 4.4-4.5ghz runs pretty damn good like that xD
Edited by JR88 - 8/26/14 at 7:34pm
post #1026 of 4581
Great thread TopicClocker! I'm coming from a Phenom II x4 B25 @ 3.4Ghz myself (unlocked Deneb-core Athlon II x3).

I picked up 2 G3258 combos with B85 chipset motherboards, a Gigabyte GA-B85M-DS3H and MSI B85M-P33 v2. Both boards cap the core voltage at 1.2v (which it goes to on AUTO when I overclock). And both cap my 1600Mhz memory at 1400Mhz, even with XMP profile enabled - probably a limitation of the B85 chipset.

I can hit 4.3Ghz on both with uncore at 4Ghz (it is what the Gigabyte caps Uncore at on AUTO, so I manually set it to that on the MSI board). Reading this thread, it seems I have a shot at going higher if I raise the ring voltage (or lowering uncore ratio?). Ring voltage on my Gigabyte is at 1.075v (Auto) according to CPU-Z. I'll have to read through this thread more thoroughly to see what the highest people have been able to get at 1.2v (i.e. whether I should bother trying for higher).

Have any of you found you have to raise timings on your memory for higher overclocks, even though the memory's running at a fixed speed?

I disabled EIST/C1E, as there was no difference in idle power draw with it enabled or disabled. EIST/C1E was really adjusting only the CPU ratio, as adaptive voltage is disabled on both boards when overclocking, which I read in another thread is a non-Z chipset limitation.

Is the C7 state supported by the G3258? Both of my B85 boards only have BIOS settings for C1E/C3/C6.
Edited by dxt55 - 8/27/14 at 3:58am
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Quick question here..

I have my G3258 stable at 4.5GHz and 1.275v.

However, I hate how it's constantly sitting at max voltage.

What's the proper way of setting 1.275v as the max voltage and have it normally downclock the voltage at idle? Adaptive?
If you're on a Z chipset motherboard, make sure EIST or C1E is enabled. And if EIST is enabled, that you're on "Balanced" Windows power profile. If you're overclocking with a non-Z chipset motherboard like me, then you're pretty much stuck with it at fixed voltage when overclocking. It'd have to be at stock for voltage to drop during idle (in fact, if I set "adaptive voltage" on my MSI B85 board, it simply runs my G3258 at stock speed - so my core voltage at idle drops, but it only goes up to 3.2Ghz despite the CPU ratio being set at 43).

I hated that too at first, but then I read you're just as well off leaving it at max voltage with Haswell CPUs and letting the C-states do their thing. I get 21W idle power draw (as measured at the wall with my Kill-A-Watt) with my G3258 @ 4.3Ghz 1.2v along with 2x4GB RAM and an old Kingston 96GB SSD. I'll have to check again, but I'm almost sure idle power draw was the same or only 1W less when I had it on stock with the voltage dropping at idle. So to me, it seemed a pointless endeavor to have dynamic frequency/voltage as C6 state is what's giving me the power savings.
Edited by dxt55 - 8/27/14 at 3:28am
post #1028 of 4581
Keep EIST

Disable all C states.. you don't need them... AND C1E messes up your SSD performance by quite a bit.
post #1029 of 4581
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But if you can return it and try again I'd say go for it, In my opinion 4.2GHz+ is the clock speed you want to get the best out of this chip, if you can get 4.3GHz that would be nice, but it does seem to take quite some volts to get there for your chip as you said.

Woah boy, it did not like 1.2v for ring. It was not stable in windows at all and BSOD'd pretty quick. I backed it down to 1.8 and the same thing while just updating D3 launcher (not even in game). At this point, I worried the RAM might be a bit funky so I ran MemTest86 all night and it came back clean so that's at least one less component I have to worry about. Given where it's at, I may play the return game. I backed it down to 4.2Ghz this morning with all the same settings from when I was at 4.3Ghz just to see if I get some stability.

Biggest problem now is the AC is on the fritz in my house and it's going to be 90*F today. Not an ideal day for testing.
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TopicClocker is correct. I have bought my CPU at Microcenter. In fact, I've never bought new anywhere else. They're return policy says 15 days on CPU's but I've brought them back on day 30 without hassle.

Thanks, I may give it a try. Did you have to say anything specific or "just wasn't what I was looking for."
post #1030 of 4581
I came from a dead phenom 2 too as well, it was a 3ghz tricore, in alot of cpu bound tasks my g3258 is twice as fast, so super happy!

Your BSOD shouldnt be caused by vring, mine is at 1.2v its perfectly safe. try to find your bsod bugcheck code and you can better diagnose whats causing it, most likely you need more vcore.
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