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max results with 1st CPU on air for me, using CFR kit and Z87 Xpower

 

6m21.281s - 32m @ 4800

 

13.92s Pifast @ 4800

 

360CB R15 @ 4672

 

692 - @ 4800

 

12.3s 32m @ 4700 / 394.6s 1024m @ 4700

 


Edited by CL3P20 - 7/13/14 at 10:50am
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nice overclock.. what temps were you seeing at 4.8Ghz at ~1.5V?
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max results with 1st CPU on air for me, using CFR kit and Z87 Xpower
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Wow.
I haven't been seeing 4.8GHz too often.
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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

My cache is at 3.8GHz currently.
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So, some guys at a thread said it is still possible to overclock with the B85 chipset, is that true? Any specific brand to doing so? And will it work in locked CPU's? Just wondering... redface.gif
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So, some guys at a thread said it is still possible to overclock with the B85 chipset, is that true? Any specific brand to doing so? And will it work in locked CPU's? Just wondering... redface.gif

I read that ASUS H97 boards are capable of overclocking. I can confirm that my ASRock H97m PRO4 cannot overclock the G3258, I tried.
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So, some guys at a thread said it is still possible to overclock with the B85 chipset, is that true? Any specific brand to doing so? And will it work in locked CPU's? Just wondering... redface.gif

Gigabyte B85-HD3 can oc with the latest bios update. From what I've seen, MSI and Asus have b85 boards that will as well. I can't remember what non z asrock boards can oc offhand.
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I got the msi B85-G43 gaming combo. So far I really like the board.i bought this combo for 89.99 shipped on a whim and it was most certainly worth it. I regret not buying two or three.

As a side note, I went to try my coolit aio and it looks like the pump is dead. I guess that what I get for the 10$ TD special I got a while back. I'll have to see if there's any other decent heat sinks around. So far I'm stuck at 4.5ghz @ 1.29 because the temps are at my ceiling with the stock hsf and my scythe.

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So, some guys at a thread said it is still possible to overclock with the B85 chipset, is that true? Any specific brand to doing so? And will it work in locked CPU's? Just wondering... redface.gif

You might want to ask him, or look that board up for it's overclocking capability, it sounds like he can overclock on that board.
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I read that ASUS H97 boards are capable of overclocking. I can confirm that my ASRock H97m PRO4 cannot overclock the G3258, I tried.

Use A-tuning

I overclock my pentium g3258 with an asrock b85 pro4

4.5ghz

http://www.subirimagenes.com/imagen-pentiumg325820th-8988388.html
Edited by emeritoaugusto - 7/13/14 at 6:45pm
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Well I went a bit voltage happy and got some results. 4.9ghz took 1.590v to do some quick benches. I then tried 5ghz which took a bucket of ice water and 1.800v on the core. I will also try delidding and see if that helps, but it won't be for a while. i accidently used an older version of super pi, ohwell.







And my ice bucket setup.

Edited by Spawn-Inc - 7/13/14 at 6:38pm
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