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Great topic man. What are you using to record the footage without the massive performance hit from fraps?

Mem seems happy @ 2600 cas 10 biggrin.gif

When I pushed my 2400 to 2600 I got significantly worse memory performance despite lower latency and higher frequency..

Would you mind doing an Aida 64 memory bench run?
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I think it will, maybe need a bios update to be able to overclock the g3258 on the h81 chipset but i guess it should post at least.
Will ehhh post it if i know it posts smile.gif

Did pick this mobo because it was the cheapest i could find and if i am right it will let me set Vcore above 1.225 volts
The mobo is brand new and cheaper than the g3258 so if will get 4.6/7/8 ghz out of it i will be happy


4.6 ~ 1.25v - 1.3v
4.7 ~ 1.3v - 1.4v
4.8 ~ 1.35v - 1.5v


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4.6 ~ 1.25v - 1.3v
4.7 ~ 1.3v - 1.4v
4.8 ~ 1.35v - 1.5v



The onion head gifs are killing me. lachen.gif
post #674 of 4581
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Yo dudes.. what's the memory bandwidth look like for ya'll

I just plugged in some 2400, not getting very high memory performance.. well, not as high as I'd expect.rolleyes.gif

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When I pushed my 2400 to 2600 I got significantly worse memory performance despite lower latency and higher frequency..

Would you mind doing an Aida 64 memory bench run?


Seems a bit low ?? Not sure, but dam games run sweet as thumb.gifbiggrin.gif Your on a old vers by the looks.



Edit; 2400Mhz CL9.


VS WildStar
Edited by C-BuZz - 8/1/14 at 5:19am
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So I just picked up this chip yesterday, and tossed in into my rig ( Gigabyte GA-Z97M-D3H, Corsair H60). I updated my BIOS and all that jazz.

For some reason, I can't get it above 3.8Ghz, and my voltage cannot go beyond 1.1 - anything above that and the computer won't boot/reboots. 3.9Ghz is unstable.

Heck I tried leaving leaving the multiplier alone and just toying with the voltage - reboot once the voltage hits 1.1

Am I doing something obviously wrong? I haven't really overclocked much, but I also have an i5-4690k that easily gets 4.3Ghz - and that's without even touching the voltage.

I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong with the G3258.
post #676 of 4581
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So I just picked up this chip yesterday, and tossed in into my rig ( Gigabyte GA-Z97M-D3H, Corsair H60). I updated my BIOS and all that jazz.

For some reason, I can't get it above 3.8Ghz, and my voltage cannot go beyond 1.1 - anything above that and the computer won't boot/reboots. 3.9Ghz is unstable.

Heck I tried leaving leaving the multiplier alone and just toying with the voltage - reboot once the voltage hits 1.1

Am I doing something obviously wrong? I haven't really overclocked much, but I also have an i5-4690k that easily gets 4.3Ghz - and that's without even touching the voltage.

I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong with the G3258.

Same problem here but I am using Gigabyte GA-Z97-D3H (F7 BIOS)

This Z97 board has one review and it was able to overclock a Core i7 4770K to 4.5 GHz
http://www.modders-inc.com/gigabyte-z97-d3h-motherboard-review/4/

I have already checked these 2 Haswell OC guides from this site
http://www.overclock.net/t/1411077/haswell-overclocking-guide-with-statistics
http://www.overclock.net/t/1401976/the-gigabyte-z87-haswell-overclocking-oc-guide


I tried the following OC settings
CPU ratio = 44
CPU uncore ratio = 33
CPU Vcore = 1.26 V
Vrin aka VccIN = 1.90 V
XMP profile = disabled
DRAM ratio = 13.33 (default)
All other settings left to AUTO or BIOS default


The PC will boot up to the Windows 7 logo on startup then suddenly restarts and just loops that way

I have to remove the CMOS battery to reset the BIOS


Like the guy I quoted above, I was able to boot at 3.8 GHz (CPU uncore @ x38) using 1.28 Vcore. All other settings at default. It boots into the desktop and able to run Intel Burn Test
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Same problem here but I am using Gigabyte GA-Z97-D3H (F7 BIOS)

This Z97 board has one review and it was able to overclock a Core i7 4770K to 4.5 GHz
http://www.modders-inc.com/gigabyte-z97-d3h-motherboard-review/4/

I have already checked these 2 Haswell OC guides from this site
http://www.overclock.net/t/1411077/haswell-overclocking-guide-with-statistics
http://www.overclock.net/t/1401976/the-gigabyte-z87-haswell-overclocking-oc-guide


I tried the following OC settings
CPU ratio = 44
CPU uncore ratio = 33
CPU Vcore = 1.26 V
Vrin aka VccIN = 1.90 V
XMP profile = disabled
DRAM ratio = 13.33 (default)
All other settings left to AUTO or BIOS default


The PC will boot up to the Windows 7 logo on startup then suddenly restarts and just loops that way

I have to remove the CMOS battery to reset the BIOS


Like the guy I quoted above, I was able to boot at 3.8 GHz (CPU uncore @ x38) using 1.28 Vcore. All other settings at default. It boots into the desktop and able to run Intel Burn Test

Not every G3258 is going to be a strong clocker... Able to do 46x with ~1.25v to ~1.30v.

Since you set 44x multi and vcore to 1.26v and it failed to boot into windows... Did you try booting back into Windows again with either 43x or 42x while using the same cpu vcore of 1.26v?
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post #678 of 4581
Has anyone tried OCing the G3258 with the stock heatsink to see how much they can squeeze out of it before temps become an issue?
i really would like to know because its hard to make a 500 dollar pc build with a z97 micro atx, a 212 EVO and a 750 ti ( am 35$ over lol) without a cooler.
and im probably going to get the 750 ti second hand because they are overpriced atm
Edited by Kokumotsu - 8/1/14 at 5:54pm
post #679 of 4581
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Has anyone tried OCing the G3258 with the stock heatsink to see how much they can squeeze out of it before temps become an issue?
i really would like to know because its hard to make a 500 dollar pc build with a z97 micro atx, a 212 EVO and a 750 ti ( am 35$ over lol) without a cooler.

I believe TopicClocker has been benchmarking with the stock cooler.
post #680 of 4581
Here are my results, finally got it to work properly. I'm not as impressed, given how it seems most people here managed to get 4.4Ghz+ while staying around 1.2v. I need 1.325v to get a stable 4.4Ghz OC. And I tried this with TWO different chips (yes, I bought 2 of these chips...don't ask). Both had roughly the same issue - I couldn't even get to a 4.0Ghz OC without bumping up the voltage, and they both capped at around the same level (4.3-4.4).

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