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post #381 of 4581
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Originally Posted by Themisseble View Post

Yes... pentium Haswell has really powerfull FPU unit. See some people still thinks that AMD is "way behind INTEL" but truly i nobody cant say that. But you guys will never understand me... so if i calculate INTEL 157% AMD 100% - both at 4.7Ghz. While 144% vs 100% 4.7Ghz vs 5.2Ghz. Some people will say that, intel 1 core is as fast as amd 1 module.

Before you say anything just check what did Intel with integer score with haswell. CPu has AID i5 4670K is beating i7 3770K... Intel is pushing 512 Bit FPU with skylake.

Check this out
http://linustechtips.com/main/topic/48571-intel-amd-architectural-discussion-how-far-ahead-is-intel/

Yes, haswell is best architecture for games and many apps/programs. Best P/W....


To the consumer... the technical information is not relevant... Performance per dollar.. The end user doesn't care who makes the better core, who has the better design.. End user demand RESULTS...
post #382 of 4581
I've read through several OCN threads re: the g3258 along with this one, and I am envious of the other results showing higher OC's with lower voltage. I must've gotten a dud cpu and/or mobo. Or more likely I'm screwing something up. I need to re-read the Haswell OC guide to see if I'm missing something obvious.


With a MSI z97 PC Mate, my g3258 is max'ing out pretty low in comparison to everyone else's. It chokes at 4.5ghz so I've been trying to maximize 4.4 and below.

Batch #3418C013
Made in Costa Rica


OC 4.4ghz @ 80c
core voltage 1.385v frown.gif
processor cache ratio 40x
processor cache voltage 1.20v



I have a EVO 212 doing push/pull, average temps are 32-35c at night and 36-39c daytime (it's hot where I live).
My power supply is a Corsair CX430.
My GPU for now is a XFX 6670 1gb gddr5.
I've got 16gb 1866 kingston hyperx beast ram.

This mobo isn't exactly the best (hdmi/one USB port don't work). I was going to go back to MicroCenter to exchange it anyways and see if I could get a MSI Z97 u3 instead.



I'm attaching a screenshot from my Intel ETU. I'd love to get up to an OC-stable 4.5/4.6 and with less voltage. Any ideas?



post #383 of 4581
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Originally Posted by S 854 View Post

I've read through several OCN threads re: the g3258 along with this one, and I am envious of the other results showing higher OC's with lower voltage. I must've gotten a dud cpu and/or mobo. Or more likely I'm screwing something up. I need to re-read the Haswell OC guide to see if I'm missing something obvious.


With a MSI z97 PC Mate, my g3258 is max'ing out pretty low in comparison to everyone else's. It chokes at 4.5ghz so I've been trying to maximize 4.4 and below.

Batch #3418C013
Made in Costa Rica


OC 4.4ghz @ 80c
core voltage 1.385v frown.gif
processor cache ratio 40x
processor cache voltage 1.20v



I have a EVO 212 doing push/pull, average temps are 32-35c at night and 36-39c daytime (it's hot where I live).
My power supply is a Corsair CX430.
My GPU for now is a XFX 6670 1gb gddr5.
I've got 16gb 1866 kingston hyperx beast ram.

This mobo isn't exactly the best (hdmi/one USB port don't work). I was going to go back to MicroCenter to exchange it anyways and see if I could get a MSI Z97 u3 instead.



I'm attaching a screenshot from my Intel ETU. I'd love to get up to an OC-stable 4.5/4.6 and with less voltage. Any ideas?





I got the same CPU, MOBO, as you.. did you disable the unused stuff and update the bios..
post #384 of 4581
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Originally Posted by S 854 View Post

I've read through several OCN threads re: the g3258 along with this one, and I am envious of the other results showing higher OC's with lower voltage. I must've gotten a dud cpu and/or mobo. Or more likely I'm screwing something up. I need to re-read the Haswell OC guide to see if I'm missing something obvious.


With a MSI z97 PC Mate, my g3258 is max'ing out pretty low in comparison to everyone else's. It chokes at 4.5ghz so I've been trying to maximize 4.4 and below.

Batch #3418C013
Made in Costa Rica


OC 4.4ghz @ 80c
core voltage 1.385v frown.gif
processor cache ratio 40x
processor cache voltage 1.20v



I have a EVO 212 doing push/pull, average temps are 32-35c at night and 36-39c daytime (it's hot where I live).
My power supply is a Corsair CX430.
My GPU for now is a XFX 6670 1gb gddr5.
I've got 16gb 1866 kingston hyperx beast ram.

This mobo isn't exactly the best (hdmi/one USB port don't work). I was going to go back to MicroCenter to exchange it anyways and see if I could get a MSI Z97 u3 instead.



I'm attaching a screenshot from my Intel ETU. I'd love to get up to an OC-stable 4.5/4.6 and with less voltage. Any ideas?




Yikes. I'm using a gigabyte g81m-h mobo. It doesn't let me bump the core voltage over 1.20 volts. I ran 10 passes on max on ibt at 4.3 GHz fine. I'll try out 4.4 GHz and 4.3 GHz with 25 passes tomorrow.
post #385 of 4581
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Originally Posted by tp4tissue View Post

I got the same CPU, MOBO, as you.. did you disable the unused stuff and update the bios..




^ The BIOS I've got is version 4.3.


Could you tell me specifically what you are referring to as the 'unused stuff' to disable? I left the vast majority of settings in the Intel ETU alone.
post #386 of 4581
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Originally Posted by S 854 View Post

I've read through several OCN threads re: the g3258 along with this one, and I am envious of the other results showing higher OC's with lower voltage. I must've gotten a dud cpu and/or mobo. Or more likely I'm screwing something up. I need to re-read the Haswell OC guide to see if I'm missing something obvious.


With a MSI z97 PC Mate, my g3258 is max'ing out pretty low in comparison to everyone else's. It chokes at 4.5ghz so I've been trying to maximize 4.4 and below.

Batch #3418C013
Made in Costa Rica


OC 4.4ghz @ 80c
core voltage 1.385v frown.gif
processor cache ratio 40x
processor cache voltage 1.20v

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Originally Posted by S 854 View Post

^ The BIOS I've got is version 4.3.


Could you tell me specifically what you are referring to as the 'unused stuff' to disable? I left the vast majority of settings in the Intel ETU alone.

Damn, seems like a hell of a lot of volts for that clock speed, I'm currently doing 4.4GHz at 1.246v which seems stable for me over the past couple of days, I might be able to drop it a few 0.001.
Have you tried overclocking from your bios instead of Intel ETU, and what's your input voltage at?
post #387 of 4581
Reporting in, or something.. http://valid.x86.fr/z8cd2c (not stable yet) I'm not familiar with this motherboard at all. Lots of settings I haven't heard about and stuff. Might take a while to figure it out. smile.gif The chip is made in Costa Rica batch #34180013.
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Reporting in, or something.. http://valid.x86.fr/z8cd2c (not stable yet) I'm not familiar with this motherboard at all. Lots of settings I haven't heard about and stuff. Might take a while to figure it out. smile.gif The chip is made in Costa Rica batch #34180013.

Sweet overclock, and welcome, I really need to design an owners banner or something for signatures.

That's how I felt when I first got mine, I've overclocked Conroe Core 2 Duo and Pentium, K10 Phenom II and played around with a Sandybridge i7 2600K, but Haswell has all kinds of voltages and settings, pretty baffling on first usage, I'm still trying to work it out entirely and maximize my overclock potential under 1.3v until I can be bothered to mount my cooler.
post #389 of 4581
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Reporting in, or something.. http://valid.x86.fr/z8cd2c (not stable yet) I'm not familiar with this motherboard at all. Lots of settings I haven't heard about and stuff. Might take a while to figure it out. smile.gif The chip is made in Costa Rica batch #34180013.

Sweet overclock, and welcome, I really need to design an owners banner or something for signatures.

That's how I felt when I first got mine, I've overclocked Conroe Core 2 Duo and Pentium, K10 Phenom II and played around with a Sandybridge i7 2600K, but Haswell has all kinds of voltages and settings, pretty baffling on first usage, I'm still trying to work it out entirely and maximize my overclock potential under 1.3v until I can be bothered to mount my cooler.

Thanks! I've got two weeks left of my summer vacation, so perhaps I'll be a little wiser by then. lol This motherboard is awesome at least and the audio is pretty close to perfect for my ears. Won't make any major comments about the chip just yet. smile.gif
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post #390 of 4581
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Thanks! I've got two weeks left of my summer vacation, so perhaps I'll be a little wiser by then. lol This motherboard is awesome at least and the audio is pretty close to perfect for my ears. Won't make any major comments about the chip just yet. smile.gif

Great board, I was so close to getting either that or the MSI GAMING Z97M.
I only got the Gene because I was going to get the last gen version with an i5 4670K a few months ago and decided to hold out for Devils Canyon, the new model released and I thought I might as well.
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