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Awesome benchmarks, I'm just too curious about the Pentium G3258 on league of legends, I know that it can be run max 1920 easily, but... I was willing to know the MAX FPS that it could reach under 1080p max settiongs, if there is a chance to add a lil review of it, would be AWESOME!

I presume you mean with a dedicated GPU?
I can give that a shot during the week.
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I presume you mean with a dedicated GPU?
I can give that a shot during the week.

Yeah! with the biggest sample that you could use as a GPU, think u have a 760 on ur rig if u have a higher one better.

Just cuz I have a 120 hz monitor and wanted to know if it's available the chance that it could handle constant 120 fps without a problem.

If you give it a try during the week pick the video of something like a teamfight where it is the most of the graphics action and CPU stress.

Dunno if you have a 120hz or a 144 hz monitor for the test if not try to disable the VSYNC so there is a chance to see more or less the peaks of it.

Think it will be a great addition cuz it's a popular game, and not a watchdogs game (useless test on this cpu)

Hope to take a look of ur results :=)
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Yeah! with the biggest sample that you could use as a GPU, think u have a 760 on ur rig if u have a higher one better.

Just cuz I have a 120 hz monitor and wanted to know if it's available the chance that it could handle constant 120 fps without a problem.

If you give it a try during the week pick the video of something like a teamfight where it is the most of the graphics action and CPU stress.

Dunno if you have a 120hz or a 144 hz monitor for the test if not try to disable the VSYNC so there is a chance to see more or less the peaks of it.

Think it will be a great addition cuz it's a popular game, and not a watchdogs game (useless test on this cpu)

Hope to take a look of ur results :=)

Okay sure, I've never played LoL before but I'll give it a shot and disable vSync to attempt to push more frames, since my card performs similar to 670 and is between that and a 7970 I think It should be relatively easy for my GPU to push high frames.


TechSpot's GPU benches.
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More Zone Of The Enders The Second Runner, this time at 4GHz instead of 4.4GHz.
I also fixed the annoying sound problem by tweaking the sound settings in PCSX2.
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Go for it, I wouldn't mind seeing that. Record your options/graphics settings again if you don't mind.

It is a sweet chip for the price, no doubt about it. Looking forward to getting a different GPU for my rig aswell to replace the GTX280, it's certainly showing it's age now.



I've also been optimizing my voltage settings, I've managed to do 4.4GHz at 1.222v which I believe is stable.
A really big improvement on the temps and voltages.
EDIT: had to raise this to 1.232v a bit.
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I've also been optimizing my voltage settings, I've managed to do 4.4GHz at 1.222v which I believe is stable.
A really big improvement on the temps and voltages.

Great stuff. Keep up the good work thumb.gif

Edit: Do you have Titanfall by any chance ? rolleyes.gif
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Great stuff. Keep up the good work thumb.gif

Edit: Do you have Titanfall by any chance ? rolleyes.gif

Nah sorry.
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I've also been optimizing my voltage settings, I've managed to do 4.4GHz at 1.222v which I believe is stable.
A really big improvement on the temps and voltages.
EDIT: had to raise this to 1.232v a bit.

I tried the 46x multi at same 1.35v and got BSOD 124 about a minute after windows loaded. Not enough vcore probably.

Out of curiosity what are you guys putting your VCCIN/CPU Input voltage/Eventual CPU Input voltage for around 4.4ghz-4.8ghz? Thanks in advance
 
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I tried the 46x multi at same 1.35v and got BSOD 124 about a minute after windows loaded. Not enough vcore probably.

Out of curiosity what are you guys putting your VCCIN/CPU Input voltage/Eventual CPU Input voltage for around 4.4ghz-4.8ghz? Thanks in advance

I would like to know this too, this is my first time overclocking with Haswell, for 4.4GHz I've raised it a bit for further stability, I'm at 1.241v currently, hopefully It should be stable now, perhaps a couple more 0.001v at the most.
Here's what HWMonitor is displaying for me, I left most of the other voltages at auto and I only played around with the cache voltage a little bit, but there's still more work for me to do there.


I've read up on overclocking for my board on Asus's website which helped me understand it quite a bit more, but I haven't tampered with the Input or Eventual much.
Edited by TopicClocker - 7/13/14 at 10:09am
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I would like to know this too, this is my first time overclocking with Haswell, for 4.4GHz I've raised it a bit for further stability, I'm at 1.241v currently, hopefully It should be stable now, perhaps a couple more 0.001v at the most.
Here's what HWMonitor is displaying for me, I left most of the other voltages at auto and I only played around with the cache voltage a little bit, but there's still more work for me to do there.


I've read up on overclocking for my board on Asus's website which helped me understand it quite a bit more, but I haven't tampered with the Input or Eventual much.

My first time on Haswell too, haven't had sandy or Ivy neither lol.

It's the Eventual CPU input voltage on our Maximus boards I'm meaning not the cache/ring voltage. I currently have mine set to 1.80v. I've had it as high as 1.82v but didn't want to take it any higher as I don't fully understand it yet. My understanding is it's the total volts for all cpu related voltage including SystemAgent/cache/vcore although not all added together lol. I think it helps OC when you start pushing other volts as mentioned.

Curiously the value above "eventual voltage" in the UEFI "Initail input voltage" iirc is not as important for OC. When I first fired up my system on factory bios 0401 the Initial input voltage without changing settings was 1.77v and when I flashed the bios to 1002 which was my first job, it rose to 1.87v without touching anything.

What speed is your cache? I think conservative volts iirc for cache/ring is 1.3v
 
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