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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.

Definitely, I've ran tons of windows, tabs and had a game open and haven't had any problems at 4.4GHz, I've run over 50 tabs with no trouble.
In fact I did this the other day with ArcheAge, I was pretty impressed that I could leave Firefox and a few other things open and alt-tab out and back in with no worries.
I cant distinguish the difference between it and my Phenom II X4 B55 in mult-tasking, it could also be my 10GB ram helping.
Ah man I miss that chip, I completely wrecked the pins the other day. frown.gif

4.2-4.4GHz should do if you're not already running something between them.
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I'm going to try and get CSGO and League of Legends done this week, LoL kinda got postponed after my Windows 8.1 partition decided to disappear last week.
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just manged to log/boot in at 4.3ghz 1.3v on the 920 HT off though lol....had to up PLL/QPI big time NB a little as well... was trying forever but was never getting them high enough apparently....

wanna hit 4.5ghz but I'm scared haha
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This is a pretty great thread, TopicClocker. thumb.gif

I've got mine running at 4.3Ghz with a motherboard-limited 1.2v and I'm impressed by this little chip. Paired with a R9 270 I'm getting 40fps minimum on medium in Planetside 2 and FO:NV was pegged at 75fps on ultra before I even overclocked it. I wish I picked my motherboard a little more carefully but that's some nice performance for a $400 computer.
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Just picked up one of these to play with. Trying to wait for Impact VII and should prove interesting with 1300/1650 290X Lightning. Vs. a 4930K, yeah, there's going to be a bottleneck. Should prove for some good fun especially in a overkill watercooled setup! Lol!
    
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This is a pretty great thread, TopicClocker. thumb.gif

I've got mine running at 4.3Ghz with a motherboard-limited 1.2v and I'm impressed by this little chip. Paired with a R9 270 I'm getting 40fps minimum on medium in Planetside 2 and FO:NV was pegged at 75fps on ultra before I even overclocked it. I wish I picked my motherboard a little more carefully but that's some nice performance for a $400 computer.

Thanks and Welcome to OCN! biggrin.gif
Really nice card the 270 is, and this chip is really impressive, even at 4.2-4.3GHz.
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Just picked up one of these to play with. Trying to wait for Impact VII and should prove interesting with 1300/1650 290X Lightning. Vs. a 4930K, yeah, there's going to be a bottleneck. Should prove for some good fun especially in a overkill watercooled setup! Lol!
Aha good luck!, the 290X is a lovely card, I wonder how it would cope with Mantle? thinking.gif
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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

multi taskng is for n00bers...thumb.gif
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I'v got the same setup, i'm running mine at 4.5Ghz at 1.7V. Let us know if you get that voltage down, il be curious to see how low it can get.

I didn't get to run prime95 with my vcore @ 1.310. I decided to bring down my voltage until I BSOD. My new IBT stable settings as follows:

CPU ratio: 45
CPU uncore ratio: 32
Vcore: 1.271V
VRIN: 1.900V
Ring: Auto
XMP: Disabled
Everything else Auto
Full Load Temp: 76 C

I tried a vcore of 1.270 but BSOD in the first 10 seconds of IBT. I will run prime95 overnight. If stable I will stay at 4.5Ghz for a day or two and then may push it devil-smiley-019.gif. Not sure how much the Noctua fans will help the temps (push/pull).
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Aha good luck!, the 290X is a lovely card, I wonder how it would cope with Mantle? thinking.gif
Honestly haven't had much time for gaming lately and not sure how Mantle has effected performance. Most GPU benches are not fully GPU bound and will show a significant drop in performance though.
    
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4.4 GHz and 4.3 GHz both improve the 99th percentile frame time but the frame time graph still looks like 4.2 GHz. See below

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My A10-5800K @ 4.1 GHz has a much more consistent frame times or much smoother graph

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To those who can run their chips at 4.5 GHz or higher, can you do frame time graph comparison among 4.3 GHz, 4.4 GHz, 4.5 GHz and 4.6 GHz ?

Frame time graphs are easy to make with FRAPS Bench Viewer. Just input the frame time file output of FRAPS to the program and it will automatically create the graph. No need anymore to manually graph it using MS Excel

I am curious if 4.5 GHz or 4.6 GHz can make the frame time graph much smoother. Coz if yes, I might buy another G3258 chip

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