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Here is my G3258 performance test, 4277 Marks at 4750MHz.
post #42 of 4581
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Originally Posted by Ghostrider5666 View Post

I'm definitely picking up the $99 bundle at Micro Center.
Great fun is to be had! thumb.gif
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Hmm.. I play star craft 2 mostly and for fps games I play source games, but I may dabble is AAA titles.

I know I WILL go overkill on my new motherboard, hoping it'll last as long as it can, since there are so many variations of cpus to choose from.

I went overkill on my board kinda unintentionally, I was going to settle for MSI's Z97M Gaming but I was interested in the Gene ever since the Z87 version, and it's going to need to last me a good couple of years so I thought I might aswell, I really like how I can get a MPCI-E w-fi or bluetooth card if I wanted to, and put it in a Small Form Factor MATX case like the Silverstone SG09/10 alongside the board's other features and it's aesthetics!

By no means was this board necessary but it's lovely!
What board are you looking at getting and what form factor?

If you're looking for MATX the Z97M is worth a look imo, I was very close to getting it, I'm sure there's a ton more boards out there too, and I think Gigabyte's Z97X-Gaming 7 board has 8 phases, so that should be pretty good too.

It'll last me for years to come, especially when I get an i5 or i7 either DC or Broadwell, I hope to get 3-5 years out of those chips and just the same amount of time for this board, Sandybridge 2500Ks and 2600ks are still capable even to this day! biggrin.gif

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Originally Posted by Devildog83 View Post

I just completed my 1st bench, g3258 at stock and GPU's are the same as with my AMD set-up. WOW !!!!!

This is my best run with a FX 8350 at 4.8 Ghz.


Here is the g3258 at stock 3.2 Ghz.


When I get time I will overclock and try again.

Nice! I didn't really know Valley was a bit CPU dependent.thumb.gif
Edited by TopicClocker - 7/8/14 at 8:34am
post #43 of 4581
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5408 CPU Mark! drool.gif
That's faster than my Phenom II at 4GHz!( I no longer run at that clock on it, it gets too hot and begins to throttle)
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CPU: AMD Phenom II X4 B55 @4GHz
Cores:4
CPU Mark - 5198
CPU - SingleThreaded 1378

What voltages did it take for you to get to that clockspeed?
And oh you have a 760 too?
It would be cool to bench my gaming performance against yours since our systems are quite similar if you wanted to.

Mighty fast ram you have there also. thumb.gif
Edited by TopicClocker - 7/8/14 at 8:43am
post #44 of 4581
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I'm going to play Shadow of the Colossus, get upto the first Colossi fight and record the performance.
post #45 of 4581
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5408 CPU Mark! drool.gif

54533 points Realbench v2 at 4751.1MHz

This one has the same clock so I'm thinking the 1.477 volts were the same. I was after the very best bench here.
Just seeing what this baby can do, I would not game quite this high in the summer heat. But I really don't care if I fry this chip.
post #46 of 4581
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Originally Posted by Weber View Post

54533 points Realbench v2 at 4751.1MHz

This one has the same clock so I'm thinking the 1.477 volts were the same. I was after the very best bench here.
Just seeing what this baby can do, I would not game quite this high in the summer heat. But I really don't care if I fry this chip.

Impressive!
I hope I can get to 4.6GHz under 1.35v when I have better cooling.
post #47 of 4581
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Originally Posted by TopicClocker View Post

Great fun is to be had! thumb.gif
I went overkill on my board kinda unintentionally, I was going to settle for MSI's Z97M Gaming but I was interested in the Gene ever since the Z87 version, and it's going to need to last me a good couple of years so I thought I might aswell, I really like how I can get a MPCI-E w-fi or bluetooth card if I wanted to, and put it in a Small Form Factor MATX case like the Silverstone SG09/10 alongside the board's other features and it's aesthetics!

By no means was this board necessary but it's lovely!
What board are you looking at getting and what form factor?

If you're looking for MATX the Z97M is worth a look imo, I was very close to getting it, I'm sure there's a ton more boards out there too, and I think Gigabyte's Z97X-Gaming 7 board has 8 phases, so that should be pretty good too.

It'll last me for years to come, especially when I get an i5 or i7 either DC or Broadwell, I hope to get 3-5 years out of those chips and just the same amount of time for this board, Sandybridge 2500Ks and 2600ks are still capable even to this day! biggrin.gif
Nice! I didn't really know Valley was a bit CPU dependent.thumb.gif

It doesn't look like it is much at all.
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WD Blue 1TB 64 Mb cache Samsung 840 EVO 120Gb Adata M.2 Sata 256 Gb Boot drive Corsair SP 120 Quiet x3 
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post #48 of 4581
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Originally Posted by Devildog83 View Post

It doesn't look like it is much at all.

the g3258 is for dadputer..

I hope this lasts another 8 years like the last one..
post #49 of 4581
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Originally Posted by Weber View Post

54533 points Realbench v2 at 4751.1MHz

This one has the same clock so I'm thinking the 1.477 volts were the same. I was after the very best bench here.
Just seeing what this baby can do, I would not game quite this high in the summer heat. But I really don't care if I fry this chip.

Why do people keep saying that.. frying.... all the new boards have overcurrent protection.. it's highly Unlikely you're gonna fry it... rolleyes.gif
post #50 of 4581
The lifespan of semiconductor components can be reduced by increased voltages and heat. Fry is as good a word as any to say the same ting in one word.
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