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I should have mentioned I have the 212 EVO for cooling, I will try for 4.7+ GHz tonight and post some screenshots.
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post #122 of 4581
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I should have mentioned I have the 212 EVO for cooling, I will try for 4.7+ GHz tonight and post some screenshots.

Nice, that should give those who are wondering how high it can perform and score at higher clocks an insight to it, thanks.
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i managed to dust of 7 Blades, time to put this CPU through hell. devil.gif
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I have been overclocking this Pentium G3258 the last couple of days.

This was one of first my results that was LinX stable. Sadly it was nog Prime95 stable, so i raised the voltage to 1.43v. I don't have screenshot of that, but now it's fully stable.
After that i tried 1.45 for 4.8GHz but it doesn't want to boot. I raised VRIN tot 2.3 and cache to 1.3750 still no luck, seems i hit the wall.

Today i delidded it and did a bare-die mount with my EK Supreme LT. It's easy if you are used to the days of AMD Athlon XP. I added some layers of tape around the CPU to act as a shim. Than just showly turn each side and make sure the pressure stays the same all the time. It lowered my temps around 15 degrees. The screenshot is without the delid.

Hardware:
Asrock Z97 Extreme4
Samsung M378B5273DH0-CH9 2x4GB DDR3 @ 2333Mz 9-11-10-27-1T @ 1,557
Edited by zenix - 7/10/14 at 11:47am
post #125 of 4581
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I have been overclocking this Pentium G3258 the last couple of days.

This was one of first my results that was LinX stable. Sadly it was nog Prime95 stable, so i raised the voltage to 1.43v. I don't have screenshot of that, but now it's fully stable.
After that i tried 1.45 for 4.8GHz but it doesn't want to boot. I raised VRIN tot 2.3 and cache to 1.3750 still no luck, seems i hit the wall.

Today i delidded it and did a bare-die mount with my EK Supreme LT. It's easy if you are used to the days of AMD Athlon XP. I added some layers of tape around the CPU to act as a shim. Than just showly turn each side and make sure the pressure stays the same all the time. It lowered my temps around 15 degrees. The screenshot is without the delid.

Hardware:
Asrock Z97 Extreme4
Samsung M378B5273DH0-CH9 2x4GB DDR3 @ 2333Mz 9-11-10-27-1T @ 1,557

Nice OC, sorry to hear it didn't boot at 4.8GHz for you, from a lot of places and review sites I haven't heard or seen much people getting above 4.8GHz, how much volts do you have to use to manage 4.7GHz for yours and was it stable?
EDIT: Welcome to OCN! I hadn't noticed you were a new member!
Edited by TopicClocker - 7/10/14 at 12:06pm
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Originally Posted by zenix View Post

I have been overclocking this Pentium G3258 the last couple of days.

This was one of first my results that was LinX stable. Sadly it was nog Prime95 stable, so i raised the voltage to 1.43v. I don't have screenshot of that, but now it's fully stable.
After that i tried 1.45 for 4.8GHz but it doesn't want to boot. I raised VRIN tot 2.3 and cache to 1.3750 still no luck, seems i hit the wall.

Today i delidded it and did a bare-die mount with my EK Supreme LT. It's easy if you are used to the days of AMD Athlon XP. I added some layers of tape around the CPU to act as a shim. Than just showly turn each side and make sure the pressure stays the same all the time. It lowered my temps around 15 degrees. The screenshot is without the delid.

Hardware:
Asrock Z97 Extreme4
Samsung M378B5273DH0-CH9 2x4GB DDR3 @ 2333Mz 9-11-10-27-1T @ 1,557

Well done!
Nice Ferrari F40 pic
It's nice to see this chip bringing new members to the forums smile.gif
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Nice OC, sorry to hear it didn't boot at 4.8GHz for you, from a lot of places and review sites I haven't heard or seen much people getting above 4.8GHz, how much volts do you have to use to manage 4.7GHz for yours and was it stable?

4.7GHz with 1.43v it's stable. I tested it with LinX 50min Prime95 2hours AIDA64 1hour and 2 hours of battlefield 4. First it was stable in LinX than i needed to raise the voltage to get it stable in Prime95, after that it was also stable in aida64. But when playing BF4 it started crashing so i raised the vcore a bit more to 1.43v

I also did the full AIDA64 Benchmark suite at 4.7GHZ link: http://hyperion-gaming.net/files/bench/Report.html
As you can see it comparable to many quad cores like the A10-6850K and 7850K on 4.7GHz
post #128 of 4581
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4.7GHz with 1.43v it's stable. I tested it with LinX 50min Prime95 2hours AIDA64 1hour and 2 hours of battlefield 4. First it was stable in LinX than i needed to raise the voltage to get it stable in Prime95, after that it was also stable in aida64. But when playing BF4 it started crashing so i raised the vcore a bit more to 1.43v

I also did the full AIDA64 Benchmark suite at 4.7GHZ link: http://hyperion-gaming.net/files/bench/Report.html
As you can see it comparable to many quad cores like the A10-6850K and 7850K on 4.7GHz

Impressive. thumb.gif
post #129 of 4581
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Would you be able to tell me what the average CPU
usage was during the BF3 MP gameplay ?
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Any Brave people try Direct DIe yet?

I don't have a cooler suitable of it right now, I'm trying to decide if I should get one when a sale comes up..
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