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I'm currently attempting to bring the volts down on my 4.4GHz overclock, I might be able to see how much headroom I have left to squeeze a couple more megahertz out of the chip under 1.3v, I'm currently at 1.271v after bringing it down from 1.275-1.280v, if this is stable I might be able to bring it lower, or clock it up hopefully.
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What FPS did you get in Star Citizen, if I may ask? Ordered a G3258 for Skyrim only yesterday. Hopefully I'll get it by the end of this week. smile.gif

I've got the hanger footage up now.
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how did it run on phenom x4 ?
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What FPS did you get in Star Citizen, if I may ask? Ordered a G3258 for Skyrim only yesterday. Hopefully I'll get it by the end of this week. smile.gif

I've got the hanger footage up now.

Thanks. Is that on high or very high? I haven't really noticed any difference between those settings, but still.. tongue.gif
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how did it run on phenom x4 ?
This was a video I previously recorded with the Phenom II X4 B55, a month ago, there's no MSI Afterburner in this unfortunately but it's clear how much smoother it runs, a ton smoother in the hangar and whilst dog fighting even though there's slowdown and frame-drops, it's mostly maintaining 20-30fps+ in CPU-bound scenarios and the performance was similar to that of the footage I recorded on the 4th or the 5th with it. I haven't uploaded the Star Citizen ones I did with the Phenom II a day or two before I got the Pentium as of yet. (I was busy uploading other footage, but I'll do the Star Citizen ones since many are interested).
These include MSI Afterburner's OSD in the top left of the screen, I'll get around to uploading them tonight.


Bare in mind this was before the 1280mhz GPU OC.



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Thanks. Is that on high or very high? I haven't really noticed any difference between those settings, but still.. tongue.gif

I believe it was very high as I remember dropping it to high and medium when I began dog fighting in space to see if it would improve the performance.
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Hey guys, this is my first ever desktop and first time overclocking. I'm running my G3258 at 4.5Ghz at 1.271-1.276V. Im reaching stress temps of 67-70 C on Core 0 and 60-63 on Core 1. Why are the core temps uneven? Is this a safe overclock? Thinking I can push the chip more?

Sorry for all the questions, just new to this overclocking thing. Thanks!
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Looks good willy. Have you tried the 46x multiplier, same vcore?
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I have not, I will later though and post results.
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Haha, good luck.
I don't think I could bring myself to deliding anything, it's not fear or incapability, I just can't imagine doing that to a CPU, I'd feel kinda bad for some weird reason.
We'll see when I'm trying to push 5GHz+ in the future on a CPU and I'm forced to delid to keep it cool. biggrin.gif

bawk bawk bahkaw..

JK..
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Hey guys, this is my first ever desktop and first time overclocking. I'm running my G3258 at 4.5Ghz at 1.271-1.276V. Im reaching stress temps of 67-70 C on Core 0 and 60-63 on Core 1. Why are the core temps uneven? Is this a safe overclock? Thinking I can push the chip more?

Sorry for all the questions, just new to this overclocking thing. Thanks!

that's normal.. push harder..
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