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PM a mod. They could help you

I PM'd someone who knows how to do it awhile ago, as they have a thread with one, thanks for the suggestion though.
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hello, before giving anything to thank all of you who have shared this processor tests

I wonder if it is possible to add a list of your batch processors, the maximum rate achieved / stable voltage for her. If you want to add the motherboard used, and would be perfect

I really want to try this processor, but I'm bf4 player and very cranky, if not buy this and 4690K for testing or just buy this and later in another order on i5

Therefore seek the best batch to get to the water and play 5MHZ bf4 with some success

Thank you very much and sorry for my English

Hello and welcome!

I'm getting a table up this week but I could perhaps add a list beforehand and include those in the table once It's been finished.

For BF4 If I can recall correctly the minimum frame rates in multiplayer are really important, I had some dips to 37fps at the worst but this could be because of my ram speed, other than that it was pushing 45-60+ most of the time at 4.4GHz, it had it's ups and downs though.

I didn't get to test Battlefield 4 on my Phenom II but I did try the Hardline Beta, although I'm unsure of how the performance differs between the two games CPU-side, in the Beta I had dips to 30fps but that wasn't the final game nor is it Battlefield 4, It would of been great if I was able to compare the multiplayer performance with both CPUs had I owned Battlefield 4 at the time.

Battlefield 4 makes use of 8 threads and scales well between them as far as I know, the 4 cores of the 4690K would certainly be beneficial performance-wise in CPU-bound situations, it all depends on the minimum frame rate and the performance you can tolerate, for heavily multi-threaded titles 4 threads would be better, this CPU performs best in situations where single-threaded performance is highly valued.
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HTPC will be horrible with this *IF* you are running SVP for pseudo-60+FPS. It does massive use of multithreading (even when OpenCL is enabled).

Just throwing it out there. It might be important to some.

It's to me as I always post-process ALL videos.

SVP looks like crap.. It's gotten much better over the years, but when fast motion happens, it's a weird looking mess.. rolleyes.gif
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I dont use fraps to see the lowest fps but i am running DDR3 2600 which i believe will help

hi puft,

can you post an aida 64 memory bench with the g3258 @ 4.6g biggrin.gif
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SVP looks like crap

Speak for yourself. Half the people that have tried it will not go back.

Yes, we know it's slightly motion-blurry, that's why it's pseudo-FPS.
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I'm thinking about getting a g3258 and a Asus h81m mobo for a cheap setup to play around with, according to the manual the mobo needs a bios update to support the cpu, does that mean the system willl be unable to boot/post without the bios update or is the update just to enable overclocking? Does anyone have any experience with this?
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@TopicClocker, thanks for all the work you have put into this thread. I purchased one of the Microcenter deals back on the 4'th of July (G3258 + MSI Z97 PCMate). I ran mine with the stock cooler at 4ghz just by bumping the multiplier up to 40 and everything else at auto. It seemed to run stable at 4.3ghz by turning on the OCGenie and not touching anything else but under Prime95 I was hitting in the 80's for core temps so I backed it back down to 4ghz. I know have a CoolerMaster 212 EVO and am again running with the OCGenie at 4.3 and temps are maxing at low 70's. I haven't gotten around to manually tweaking things to see what it can do. My max resolution of my monitor is 1680x1050 and only have a GTX 460 Hawk for video. Seems to run all my games at least at high settings without any problems though. I started computer gaming back in the VIC20 days, so I don't need the highest resolution at ultra settings to be happy. rolleyes.gif My next upgrades will probably be a gtx 760 when the price comes down more and a new monitor.
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@TopicClocker, thanks for all the work you have put into this thread. I purchased one of the Microcenter deals back on the 4'th of July (G3258 + MSI Z97 PCMate). I ran mine with the stock cooler at 4ghz just by bumping the multiplier up to 40 and everything else at auto. It seemed to run stable at 4.3ghz by turning on the OCGenie and not touching anything else but under Prime95 I was hitting in the 80's for core temps so I backed it back down to 4ghz. I know have a CoolerMaster 212 EVO and am again running with the OCGenie at 4.3 and temps are maxing at low 70's. I haven't gotten around to manually tweaking things to see what it can do. My max resolution of my monitor is 1680x1050 and only have a GTX 460 Hawk for video. Seems to run all my games at least at high settings without any problems though. I started computer gaming back in the VIC20 days, so I don't need the highest resolution at ultra settings to be happy. rolleyes.gif My next upgrades will probably be a gtx 760 when the price comes down more and a new monitor.

I have the same setup as you, you can use msi/intel extreme tuning utility for tuning your OC. Im currently stable at 4.5Ghz 1.27V, I havnt tested a lower voltage yet and Im sure I can get 4.6Ghz at >1.3V, its just super hot here and no ac, so I'm worried of the temps.
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@TopicClocker, thanks for all the work you have put into this thread. I purchased one of the Microcenter deals back on the 4'th of July (G3258 + MSI Z97 PCMate). I ran mine with the stock cooler at 4ghz just by bumping the multiplier up to 40 and everything else at auto. It seemed to run stable at 4.3ghz by turning on the OCGenie and not touching anything else but under Prime95 I was hitting in the 80's for core temps so I backed it back down to 4ghz. I know have a CoolerMaster 212 EVO and am again running with the OCGenie at 4.3 and temps are maxing at low 70's. I haven't gotten around to manually tweaking things to see what it can do. My max resolution of my monitor is 1680x1050 and only have a GTX 460 Hawk for video. Seems to run all my games at least at high settings without any problems though. I started computer gaming back in the VIC20 days, so I don't need the highest resolution at ultra settings to be happy. rolleyes.gif My next upgrades will probably be a gtx 760 when the price comes down more and a new monitor.

Thanks!

If you're happy with your resolution and graphical settings you're running at then great, that card would run most games of today well at medium-high settings, alot of people feel the need to run everything maxed out at 1080p and above, 60fps+ for a seemingly enjoyable gaming experience when that's not the case, I came from a 6850 and got my 760 Hawk early this year, that 6850 would run any game at medium-high settings at 1080p pretty comfortably at 30fps+
It's whatever you're happy with performance and visuals wise, it doesn't matter what others are running. thumb.gif
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Thanks!

If you're happy with your resolution and graphical settings you're running at then great, that card would run most games of today well at medium-high settings, alot of people feel the need to run everything maxed out at 1080p and above, 60fps+ for a seemingly enjoyable gaming experience when that's not the case, I came from a 6850 and got my 760 Hawk early this year, that 6850 would run any game at medium-high settings at 1080p pretty comfortably at 30fps+
It's whatever you're happy with performance and visuals wise, it doesn't matter what others are running. thumb.gif

Don't forget league of legends video *-*

-1080p
-settings VERY HIGH
- VSYNC OFF
- properly test, various team fights video edition smile.gif (that's where the most fps drops could happen)


Really liked that u took the time to show how games runs with ur g3258 smile.gif
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What is the core temp of 4.4 GHz @ 1.25 Vcore when running full load ? Delta T ?

I was wondering if overclocking using stock cooler can also be done here in my place. Ambient temperature here is 32 to 35 C
This might be useful to you then...

Stock cooler, ambient 34C, my average chip out of 3






HTH
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