Intel Pentium G3258 20th Anniversary Review with Asus ROG Z97 Ranger

PC Mark

Intel Pentium G3258 20th Anniversary Review

PC Mark

In our introduction we spoke about how, despite various calculation tests, the reality is that most of us just want our systems to be pretty fast in Windows with general browsing and similar tasks, and good in games. PC Mark tests both of those elements and it's clear that the Pentium Anniversary isn't too bad at all. In fact the gap between the Dual Core wonder and the next CPU up of the Haswell range is surprisingly small.

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Most Recent Comments

04-07-2014, 05:30:21

SieB
Definitely a no brainer for people building a budget build, you could get a low end matx mobo and a G3258 for ~£130 and still have great performance.Quote

04-07-2014, 06:05:54

Dexo
Sad ending for a nice review...Quote

04-07-2014, 06:26:22

Wraith
I can't help but think how much further this little Intel fighter would have got had it been Hyperthreaded.. but even so with those temps at 4.5Ghz it's got legs, all in all though a top little chip for nice budget surfers. Nice review Guv.Quote

04-07-2014, 06:30:11

JR23
Ahh nice review Tom, the whole concept of the little Pentium K makes me happy and if I had any Z87/97 kit I would get one just for some overclocking fun. I thave an urge to pair one with a 750Ti and some overkill cooling and absolutely rape it, better finish αclass first.

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04-07-2014, 06:32:17

barnsley
H105 is overkill? Oh dear .

Good review Tom! still very excited to get my hands on mine.Quote
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