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Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag up next, a video of a fort infiltration.
And also Firefall.
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64p on a small map really takes a toll on this cpu but it is still very playable, were you playing on ultra? any AA?
Edited by 1iwilly - 7/25/14 at 12:43pm
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64p on a small map really takes a toll on this cpu but it is still very playable, were you playing on ultra? any AA?

Ultra, no AA to ensure CPU it's CPU bound.
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yeah I was running the same but with windows 8.1, I'm going to try turning on some aa tonight and see.
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64p on a small map really takes a toll on this cpu but it is still very playable, were you playing on ultra? any AA?

BF4 is a crummy game neways.. This CPU is great for Doom..999fps thumb.gif
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Ok
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Ok

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TLJpiJkk3Ao

No FX 4300 is not that bad in Watchdogs

very impressive that pentium can manage BF4 that good...

how much frames you loose with Shadowplay?
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I have the same problem using a Gigabyte (http://www.gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=4731#ov). I updated to the latest BIOS, which is F6, that states on the Gigabyte website that it is updated to overclock K series chips. I am unable to change the multiplier in BIOS. The only thing it would let me do is overclock using the Gigabyte Auto Tune Utility, which I was able to get a 3.9ghz at 1.2V.

I am totally new to overclocking, so it is very possible that I'm doing something wrong lol. Any help would be appreciated. The reason I am stumped is because a reviewer of the G3258 on Newegg claims to have reached 4.6 with this exact combo. I'm only out $97 for the combo ($87 after rebate) so it's not a huge deal, but I'd like to get more out of it I could!
You're going to need to wait for a Gigabyte BIOS update. My Board, the B85-HD3 just got a BIOS update that removed the VCore limit. Unfortunately, I got a ****ty cpu and I can only get up to 4.2 GHz on 1.4V. I rather run it at 3.9Ghz at 1.2V which was the old limit.
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TLJpiJkk3Ao

No FX 4300 is not that bad in Watchdogs

very impressive that pentium can manage BF4 that good...

how much frames you loose with Shadowplay?

I haven't really checked, I've noticed with games which have high frame-rates, say 70fps, I could lose 5fps or so, I'll have to do a bench with and without shadowplay.
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I haven't really checked, I've noticed with games which have high frame-rates, say 70fps, I could lose 5fps or so, I'll have to do a bench with and without shadowplay.

it is really interesting that pentium G3258 can handle BF4 just fine, but it cant Watchdogs... I dont think that watchdogs is more optimized than BF4. Maybe watchdogs demand more integer power and BF4 more FPU....
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