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post #221 of 4581
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Originally Posted by fateswarm View Post

It's probably fine for a pentium k. I guess you mean you need an i7 or 5 down the line.

Yeah that's the plan but honestly I don't like the idea of a mobo with crappy power delivery. I usually over spend on the mobo and it's served me well in the past. If I buy a Celeron with another decent mATX board I almost am at the price of the Gryphon anyway.
post #222 of 4581
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Originally Posted by Tokkan View Post

@OP Please put Spoiler tags on your 1st post, its getting way too long...

Thanks for the reminder, I've made it a bit neater by adding spoiler tags to a couple of sections.
I should of remembered to do that from doing it with my Watch Dogs thread. tongue.gif

Another unlocked i3 would be excellent.
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post #223 of 4581
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Originally Posted by malpais View Post

Ok returning it. I wanted to guarantee bios compatibility because I don't have another Intel chip on me. I'm gonna grab an ASUS board with USB flashback. As far as I can tell the only mATX board with it is the Gryphon. I'm guessing that isn't going to have a mosfet problem haha.

You don't need a gryphon for this CPU. Are you in the U.S.?
post #224 of 4581
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I've been pretty blown away from how this runs Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag, I'll be uploading a few videos later.
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Originally Posted by Themisseble View Post

You tell me

I know what is the difference between 3.0Ghz and 4.4GHz... believe me i would buy that CPU if games would still use old engines.

Then show the results of a G3258 not G3220,


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I've been pretty blown away from how this runs Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag, I'll be uploading a few videos later.

Don't. Themisseable can't possibly be wrong, dual cores run games like crap.






The author of the article sums it up pretty nicely,
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Although the Pentium gets kicked around in a few of our benchmarks, it does beat the Athlon in every game we test—sometimes by a lot. As a value-oriented gaming processor, this thing is just awesome.

Twice the amount of threads and the Athlon still loses in every game against the Pentium. Themisseable must be crying in the corner because his FX CPU gets outperformed by a $60 Pentium. redface.gif

http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/pentium-g3258-overclocking-performance,3849-17.html
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post #226 of 4581
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Then show the results of a G3258 not G3220,


Don't. Themisseable can't possibly be wrong, dual cores run games like crap.






The author of the article sums it up pretty nicely,
Twice the amount of threads and the Athlon still loses in every game against the Pentium. Themisseable must be crying in the corner because his FX CPU gets outperformed by a $60 Pentium. redface.gif

http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/pentium-g3258-overclocking-performance,3849-17.html

No matter what, he doesn't want to hear or believe what you've got to say or show, and constantly enters threads bashing the chip which only yesterday I realized I bought for £41, hell of chip which is such a surprisingly good performer, it's shocking to be honest and there's nothing like it out there offering this kind of performance and price, I've noticed they are usually around £50 in the UK.

If you don't like the chip and it's not for you, then fine, but there's no need to come into every thread and attempt to argue the chip is crap with false facts and benchmarks of G3220s.

How well does the 750K fair against the Phenom II and FX chips?
post #227 of 4581
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How well does GTA 4 run for those on i5s and i7s?
is your GPU properly stressed, or are you still CPU bound?

I'm currently uploading more Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag footage, and I'm planning on testing Natural Selection 2 and vanilla Skyrim f I can find my vanilla version.

Also, is War Thunder and World of Tanks worth trying?
post #228 of 4581
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I just looked into that anniversary asrock details. Don't go near a i7 or i5 with that. Stay with the advertised "built for pentium-k".

It has the worst mosfets I've normalized the current output ability to date, and they are only 4.

They are so bad, I'm not certain of their pentium ability, but they are probably fine.

Here comes fates with the ASRock hate. Don't listen to him.
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Sleeping Dogs had weird hanging occurring every couple of seconds even with its frame-rate pushing 50+, does anyone know why?
I'm uploading a video to demonstrate this.

I've just ran Sleeping Dogs for an hour and all is well here. I can remember having the same random freezing problem on my Xeon rig when I had GTX 580 SLI and I don't remember finding a solution. When I switched to R9 290 Xfire the problem was gone.

I have also ran the game on the GTX 280 on 2 machines including this Z97 rig and never had the issue with this gpu either.
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No matter what, he doesn't want to hear or believe what you've got to say or show, and constantly enters threads bashing the chip which only yesterday I realized I bought for £41, hell of chip which is such a surprisingly good performer, it's shocking to be honest and there's nothing like it out there offering this kind of performance and price, I've noticed they are usually around £50 in the UK.

If you don't like the chip and it's not for you, then fine, but there's no need to come into every thread and attempt to argue the chip is crap with false facts and benchmarks of G3220s.

How well does the 750K fair against the Phenom II and FX chips?

Trinity quad core with the GPU disabled. IPC should be similar to Piledriver quad cores (FX-4300).
 
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