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How does this CPu run The division and RoTR?
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Originally Posted by Themisseble View Post

How does this CPu run The division and RoTR?
Didn't have time to download division on my g3258 build. But my i5-760@3.8ghz was often arround 85-100% load on all cores. So the g3258 probably has a hard time keeping the game at 60fps. My guess would be arround 35-45fps on it. Which is fine for this "console killer" cpu.
post #4473 of 4581
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Originally Posted by Sildur View Post

Didn't have time to download division on my g3258 build. But my i5-760@3.8ghz was often arround 85-100% load on all cores. So the g3258 probably has a hard time keeping the game at 60fps. My guess would be arround 35-45fps on it. Which is fine for this "console killer" cpu.

I'll be right behind you with the upgrade. Even in some old MMOs that are single core dependent, I get a lot of micro stutters, probably because of Windows wanting to do work in the background. It was a fun CPU while it lasted, which for me is about a month. Aiming for the 4790k.
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So I'm looking for a better mobo to oc my i5 4690k. Looks like my z97m anniversary, which I know it sucks, sucks a little bit more, since it flat out refuses to boot with a 4ghz oc(+100mhz). @ stock the i5 has 1.14v when being pushed, stock 0.87v - 0.97v .Tried the settings the mobo selects (1.2v), no boot. Tried 1.23v, got it to boot only to get bsod after logging into windows.
Looking for a "cheap" mobo that is oc capable, a z97. No budget mobos. The cheapest z97 (or z97m, I don't care about size, won't have dual gpus).
post #4475 of 4581
Got my new Pentium G3258 and MSI H81M-P33 (with latest bios v1.9)
After reconnecting the C drive (running windows 7) to the new motherboard, everything seemed to work fine, except could not overclock. Even a small 100MHz overclock was not possible. Bios would allow the overclock, but windows would not run. windows quit immediately after starting.

Did a quick internet search. Read that a fresh windows 7 installation will fix it.
And it did! With fresh windows 7 install, and the latest bios v1.9 , overclocking seems to be working ... at least windows will run.

Currently, installing windows updates. I am very worried that something could be installed which will disable overclocking.

Please tell me .... what must I not install?

Included with the MSI H81M-P33 is a drivers/utilities disk.
From that disk, the only things I installed are:

Intel Chipset drivers 10.1.1.9
Realtek PCIE network drivers 7.92.115.2015
intel USB3.0 Drivers 3.0.5.69

Please tell me what I must not install in order to not disable overclocking.

By the way, there are many complaints now about slow windows updates on fresh windows 7 installation. It will hang and forever be "searching for updates", or the update installation will hang and not finish. I fixed this by manually downloading/installing this update: KB3102810
     
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post #4476 of 4581
On win10 it's a microcode update that causes issues with overclocked g3258. Not sure if the same goes for win7. You have to delete the file mcupdate_GenuineIntel.dll in C:\Windows\System32. Or at least rename it / add .bak to the end of it.
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Thanks for the info.

According to this discussion,

http://forum.asrock.com/forum_posts.asp?TID=441

KB3064209 should be avoided.
I will hide KB3064209 if I see it in the windows update list.
Anything else I should avoid?
     
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post #4478 of 4581
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Originally Posted by Themisseble View Post

How does this CPu run The division and RoTR?

Here are few game play videos of G3258 on YouTube:

G3258 @ 4.5GHz


Soviet Installation(G3258 @ 4.5GHz)


This one's apparently recorded on G3258, seems to good to be true.


Soviet Installation(G3258 @ 4.0GHz)


I couldn't find any videos of G3258 in Geothermal Valley.
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post #4479 of 4581
just finished overclocking my DRAM.
Interesting to see how it compares to my old core i3 530 since I still use the same old 2x2GB DDR3 ram.
Is 1.6V safe dram voltage for G3258? Currently at 1.6V on dram.

Edit: After overclocking the ram, my favorite mmo (Neverwinter) plays much smoother now ,especially when moving and rotating the camera.
When an object/entity, which is beyond view range, comes into view, it quickly loads with no stutter, or sometimes just a very tiny stutter.
This is a huge improvements compared to my old first generation core i3 which is notorious for it's slow memory controller.
Pity I did not buy the G3258 sooner. It's excellent for Neverwinter and perhaps other mmo's too.


Edited by Partol - 2/4/16 at 6:01am
     
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FSP 460W Foxconn TSAA-426 
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I used 1,73v form the start of this CPU and everything is OK smile.gif
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