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post #1051 of 4590 (permalink) Old 08-27-2014, 02:48 PM
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Yessire...its awesome.
And Haswell from 1,4vcore and up gets HOT,really hot....
I did notice that coming from uber aircooling (Thermalright TRUE Copper with 2x12cm Pabst in push/pull) to water, dropped almost 15`c under The EK Supreme.

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post #1052 of 4590 (permalink) Old 08-27-2014, 04:18 PM
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wow i delided mine and max temp at 1.4v is 80 under prime with a 212, maybe i did a shabby job XD
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Hmm thanks, I tested the vanilla game but with all the settings maxed out, my GPU had low utilization most of the time.

I have tried vanilla GTA IV and it was a little choppy and as you mentioned very little GPU usage which caused my GPU clocks to change from what I had set. Framerate varied between 30-100 fps depending on how busy the area was. It was mostly smooth with what felt like little glitches every few seconds. Maybe GPU bios power savings is kicking in with high end cards that dont get maxed to 100%. The modded version maxes my GPU and the stutter from the vanilla game is gone although modding the game introduces other issues like missing textures due to lots of car replacements.

A short vid to show vanilla performance using my Fortress rig



If you're interested in the modded version I am running I have uploaded a complete mod pack here on OCN to get the game looking like my modded video minus the massive texture pack as it's about 7GB size. The pack is a simple 1 step install and includes the car pack, enb and a high res texture pack.

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Just got my little pentium up on a Z97-SOC and sooo happy with it. My first crack - 4.5 @ 1.225v R15 stable right out of the gate. biggrin.gif Yep, 3418C001 is a very nice batch. Fingers crossed, I can get it up to 4.8 without breaking 1.3v

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Mine is 3148C015, did a quick and dirty test of 4.7 GHz at 1.4V for a review but I am pretty sure it can do a whole lot better.

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I think I will need some help to this little beast... @4.3Ghz I need 1.250v and for 4.4Ghz I need over 1.3v

 

It's my first time OC'ing a intel CPU, I read the haswell guide but, but it only help me to understand the features of a Intel board.

 

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I think I will need some help to this little beast... @4.3Ghz I need 1.250v and for 4.4Ghz I need over 1.3v

That's still in line of what you can expect out of these pentiums, I have one that needs 1.3V for 4.2GHz

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Hum, ok it's good. So those 4.6Ghz+ chip are only a few by batch. Can I do somethink to drop my vCore even more at 4.3Ghz like raise the VRIN ?

 

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That's still in line of what you can expect out of these pentiums, I have one that needs 1.3V for 4.2GHz

I thought I have the worst chip

My G3258 @ 4.3 GHz needs 1.325 Vcore (BIOS setting). When monitoring Vcore thru HWinfo, Vcore is 1.344 V under load

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