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i have been looking for a friend about onboard graphics with this chip?

from what i can see...
does this mean it is just a cut down version of the HD4600??

You know, I never really tried the iGPU on mine. I would assume so, I believe they just call it HD Graphics, runs at the same clock speed.

Here is firestrike iGPU results vs HD 4600, graphics score is just under half what the 4670 HD4600 does.
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Ok I've set the vcore to 1.415v in bios adaptive for 48x, running prime95 now pray for my chip guys so it doesn't die biggrin.gif max temps are 80c and and drawing 1.448v in hwmonitor.

Wow, you are brave with that board.

I have a PCMate board / G3258 combo as well, I didn't push mine that high, I stopped at 4.2Ghz just because I don't really need faster than that (its sole purpose is to use one thread quickly to drive my NV GPU while doing OpenCL tasks). Good to know I could probably shoot for a bit higher if I feel the need later.
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Originally Posted by stubass View Post

i have been looking for a friend about onboard graphics with this chip?

from what i can see...
does this mean it is just a cut down version of the HD4600??

You know, I never really tried the iGPU on mine. I would assume so, I believe they just call it HD Graphics, runs at the same clock speed.

Here is firestrike iGPU results vs HD 4600, graphics score is just under half what the 4670 HD4600 does.
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Originally Posted by abctoz View Post

Ok I've set the vcore to 1.415v in bios adaptive for 48x, running prime95 now pray for my chip guys so it doesn't die biggrin.gif max temps are 80c and and drawing 1.448v in hwmonitor.

Wow, you are brave with that board.

I have a PCMate board / G3258 combo as well, I didn't push mine that high, I stopped at 4.2Ghz just because I don't really need faster than that (its sole purpose is to use one thread quickly to drive my NV GPU while doing OpenCL tasks). Good to know I could probably shoot for a bit higher if I feel the need later.

I have never tried it on mine and now the bench is pulled apart and sunday arvo here thus dont feel like putting it together LOL..

thanks for the link tho thumb.gif

i wonder what GPU it can be compared too.. hmm
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Ok 4.8ghz probably requires around 1.5v VID in bios, which in hwmonitor would be around 1.53 :S I used dota 2 max settings as stability test, 60-90fps on a gtx 260, it seems to work very well finding BSOD compared to synthetics. I yolo'd and the highest I reached was 1.48v bios which is around 1.505v in hwmonitor, and BSOD after ~1h mad.gif, temps are good only 74c. Will summon my inner yolo another day and maybe try 1.5v VID bios to get it stable for the giggles biggrin.gif For now its back to 1.35v 4.7ghz stable thumb.gif

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Vcin 1.9, tried up to 2 seems, made no difference, actually lower seems better O_O
Vcore 1.48, 48x multiplier
Vring 1.2, 34x multiplier
Vsa/ioa/iod +0.1 offset
Vdram 1.57, downclocked to 1333mhz, my ram is dodgy and needs a voltage bump to work properly.
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yeah I just upped the VRIN to 1.9 and its working a bit better now smile.gif will update with more testing
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I used to use prime a lot for stability but now I just use a mixture of x264, 3dmark, a few CPU heavy games, and some cinibench loops.

What are your voltages for the uncore and eventual input voltage(VIN I think)? You may need to up the input voltage to 1.9v or maybe higher to help stabilize the overclock. I know all chips are different but have you tried lower vcore? I used 1.25v I think for 4.5 GHz on my Pentium, though I am using a Asus z97-P.
post #916 of 4581
Just got min this Friday. Put it up to 4.0 Ghz on the stock cooler. Waiting to sell some things to buy some rads and pump smile.gif
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5Ghz...done wink.gif

I hope theres still some juice in her, after i slapped on the EK I was kinda surpriced, still on "low vcore" , shes good for 5ghz 24/7 on water ....or so it seems so far. 1,415vcore bios

Heres a few pics,now i need tweak my memory Gskill F3-17000CL9D-8GBXM (Samsung HCH9) and that will be a challenge, they are almost new to me,and i havent got the time to tweak them yet. So i dunno what they are capable of.





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Well I read the haswell overclock guide and the author is running 1.42v on a noctua n14:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1411077/haswell-overclocking-guide-with-statistics/0_40

So I assume 1.42 is still ok if temps are good tongue.gif

1.41v is pretty much the currently accepted yet still somewhat risky max voltage for Ivybridge -n- Haswell.. thumb.gif

1.35v (core) is the safe bet...
post #919 of 4581
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Well I read the haswell overclock guide and the author is running 1.42v on a noctua n14:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1411077/haswell-overclocking-guide-with-statistics/0_40

So I assume 1.42 is still ok if temps are good tongue.gif

1.41v is pretty much the currently accepted yet still somewhat risky max voltage for Ivybridge -n- Haswell.. thumb.gif

1.35v (core) is the safe bet...

I've no idea about Ivy Bridge but Haswell is known to degrade on 1.35v on high loads for prolonged periods of time. It might be ok if you are into being risky though. e.g. If I had a Pentium-K I would go up to 1.45v or 1.4v since I wouldn't care as much about price.



That was about the ~1year periods we could observe now. All voltages/chips degrade eventually anyway. Nothing is 100% safe in the universe.
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post #920 of 4581
Im not using the Pentium for anything else than fun, I have 2 other computers I use for my other daily tasks. But when it comes to cheap fun, the Pentium is a winner.
I was lucky with mine G3258, and I might buy myself one or two moore for testing imc and memory-overclocking.

Thats about it, the best it can do is Superpi and pifast...singletreaded apps.

That beeing said,i have tried gaming with the G3258 overclocked. Tried Dayz mod (Arma 2) That game is really heavy on the cpu, running 4700mhz+ with a HD7870ghz was good.
But like most games,it needs alot of "fiddeling" to get the frames smooth and playable. I could run it 1080p high settings(tweaked) and get around 28-38fps in Cherno on a 20 people server and anything from 40-70fps in the wilderness. It was playable,no doubt about that.
But,its nowere near as smooth as with my @4800mhz I5 2500K,Arma 2 engine is crap ...nuff said

I dont play other games than Arma 2 (Dayz mods included) this days, so i havent tested on anything else.
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