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For gaming,it tops out at 54-56`c....prime95@65`c...... The True Copper is a beast wink.gif
For the Macho i expect 60-65`c gaming and maybe around 70-72`c priming/stress with my current vcore

Why would you downgrade the cooling, are you using the TRUE on a different build or is it purely the weight of the thing to reduce stress on the mb? If your predictions are correct the temps are still very respectable either way. thumb.gif

I think iirc my chip does 4.5GHz at around the 1.30v mark aswell. biggrin.gif My first G3258 couldn't manage it.
Edited by flamin9_t00l - 8/4/14 at 6:51am
 
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You're running 1.7v???

1.27V woops
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Some more ArcheAge footage, the G3258 at 4.4GHz held up pretty well.
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So this may be a n00b question but I want to buy one of these for kicks and giggles and put in my LAN PC. It has a GTX 690, i5 4670k and Gig Sniper M5. Would I still be able to do light 1080p, 120hz gaming?
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So this may be a n00b question but I want to buy one of these for kicks and giggles and put in my LAN PC. It has a GTX 690, i5 4670k and Gig Sniper M5. Would I still be able to do light 1080p, 120hz gaming?

Sure you can do light gaming and stuff when you overclock it,thats why you buy this chip...overclock.
But for multithreaded apps and stuff you will suffer, the chip is missing some instructions in the moore expencive i5-i7 series of cpu`s. ex. AES,AVX,FMA3...check the pic.


AES: https://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/intel-advanced-encryption-standard-aes-instructions-set
AVX: https://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/introduction-to-intel-advanced-vector-extensions
FMA3: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FMA_instruction_set
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Awesome, thanks much!
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Why would you downgrade the cooling, are you using the TRUE on a different build or is it purely the weight of the thing to reduce stress on the mb? If your predictions are correct the temps are still very respectable either way. thumb.gif

I think iirc my chip does 4.5GHz at around the 1.30v mark aswell. biggrin.gif My first G3258 couldn't manage it.

Why I would downgrade....thats a good question.
But, as noticed, the +1,9kg cooler will put some stress on the motherboard, on cheaper motherboards the pcb is not as thick as on others "premium" motherboards.
I had this same cooler on a Asus P6X58d Premium MB for like 4 years,cooling my i7 920@4ghz with ease. The Asus is a really good premium MB,it can handle it.

Just be careful if youre goona moove the box around.

On the other end, my current Pentium G3258 is goona run at 4,5Ghz@1,298vcore. So from my experience,the Macho is goona be just fine.
I have two of the Thermalright TRUE copper coolers, one is permanent in my old X58 rig, and the other i use for testing on all other cpu`s i get my hands on. They do not sell em anymoore, too bad..
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Indeed, I would love to try this chip out on a R9 280 and Battlefield 4.
Hmm I'm not sure, It would likely help alleviate CPU bottlenecking but I'm unsure of how it would handle two 290 cards.
I believe it's the cache clock, sometimes referred to as the Cache ratio in the bios.
It's like a separate clock from the CPU which can have a positive effect on the CPU's performance, but not as much as the actual clock speed.
Here's a thread with some more information on this by Sin0822: The Gigabyte Z87/Haswell Overclocking(OC) Guide

This quote is from "Haswell’s Domains" this section is near the top of the thread.
Im running the 3258 @ 4.6ghz with an R9 280X and I get very solid frame rates. Stays between 60 and 90 fps more then 95% of the time.
post #759 of 4581
This cpu has terrible multi tasking. Stays 99% of the time on high load which causes audio drops and system freeze for short time. Those two cores are big - mad.gif
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You need to OC the hell out of it.
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