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post #1041 of 4590 (permalink) Old 08-27-2014, 01:00 PM
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Is the g3258 the only dual core pentium or celeron in the Hazwell line that has an unlocked multi?

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Is the g3258 the only dual core pentium or celeron in the Hazwell line that has an unlocked multi?

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Yes do disable C states they cause all kind of problems....
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Keep EIST

Disable all C states.. you don't need them... AND C1E messes up your SSD performance by quite a bit.
I thought EIST does the same thing C1E does...C1E just does it from the BIOS side, while EIST lets Windows take control of it.

If you're into "Energy efficient" overclocking (i.e. a computer that sits at idle or close to idle for much of the time), you kind of need those C-states...especially C6. Are C3 and C6/C7 known to mess up SSD performance too? It seems they don't vary the frequency and core voltage like C1E does, but rather disconnects the core.
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Woah boy, it did not like 1.2v for ring. It was not stable in windows at all and BSOD'd pretty quick. I backed it down to 1.8 and the same thing while just updating D3 launcher (not even in game). At this point, I worried the RAM might be a bit funky so I ran MemTest86 all night and it came back clean so that's at least one less component I have to worry about. Given where it's at, I may play the return game. I backed it down to 4.2Ghz this morning with all the same settings from when I was at 4.3Ghz just to see if I get some stability.

Biggest problem now is the AC is on the fritz in my house and it's going to be 90*F today. Not an ideal day for testing.
Thanks, I may give it a try. Did you have to say anything specific or "just wasn't what I was looking for."
I had a problem like that too...I was failing OCCT in Windows, but my memory would pass Memtest no problem. I did narrow it down to 1 module though, so even though it passed Memtest, it was causing me to fail stability test in Windows (would fail at 3.6Ghz CPU when replacing the module let me run at 4.3Ghz CPU).
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Have you tried raising the bus speed and dropping the multiplier? you might be able to bring your memory up to their stock 1600MHz that way if you deem it safe.
How much can you safely raise the bus speed? I thought messing with bus speed was a no-no with Haswell.

I'm at 4.3Ghz/1.2v (max voltage for B85) and uncore 4.0 Ghz/1.075v. I lowered uncore to 3.2Ghz to see if I could get 4.4Ghz, but still couldn't. So there's no point in raising ring voltage then, right? After reading the thread, it seems a ring voltage of 1.075v would be too low for uncore 4.0Ghz, but it runs fine at CPU 4.3Ghz.
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I had a problem like that too...I was failing OCCT in Windows, but my memory would pass Memtest no problem. I did narrow it down to 1 module though, so even though it passed Memtest, it was causing me to fail stability test in Windows (would fail at 3.6Ghz CPU when replacing the module let me run at 4.3Ghz CPU).

Interesting, how did you end up determining it was a RAM issue and which module?
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Interesting, how did you end up determining it was a RAM issue and which module?
By testing each module individually out of the 4 that I have (2 sets of 2x4GB). Then I tried the "faulty" module in another system by itself...also passed Memtest no problem, but would BSOD in Windows.

Not sure if Memtest is up to snuff anymore.
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Overkill xD....

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Funniest cpu ever released...for years.

5Ghz under water 24/7 no probs.

Btw,it can never be overkill.

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On that same note:







I can do more than 4.7 GHz easily but that's what I maintained for the review of that CPU block. Great little chip here but it may end up under a Corsair H100i for the time being.

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