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Sooo...
End of the year... time to get new shiny things.
Here's the thing. I got that soulcalling to upgrade: how good is the sb-e? I mean, from users (from site reviews I read plenty).
I have a very nice rig, and swapping a mobo and proc should be easily done.
I got the cash to get a rampage IV and a 3960x, no big deal...
1) should I? What should I expect? Convince me wink.gif
I use my rig for gaming and web surfing, have NO interest in sandy or ivy (I'm a sucker for extreme plataforms, I honestly find sandy very... meh).
In the end, I'd sell my mobo+proc kit and put the new one right in. Case is ready, everything in place.
2) Is my rig ready for sb-e?
3) Anyways, cheers for the intel club... Intel's products are rocking.

1) if you do gaming and web surfing only, it's of no additional use for you, but anyway it's up to you because an update is always fun ! tongue.gif For my part, the SB-E is an awesome update from the Phenom II, you can load it w/ 3d/vm/dev in same time, and even gaming... in same time and it takes the load w/o a itch.
The swapping isn't really a problem, just desinstall specific tools and driver for your 990fx mobo and do a sysprep.
disable also all tools launched at startup, one of those did **** some files and a MBR before i desinstall it. It didn't like too much to switch to an Intel platform...

2) largely yup, my 750watts + 6970 + 16gb gskill come from the phenom II build and are happy with this new "brain".

3) it's the night and day, even if the X6 / UD7 did the job, i'll see if i'll sell it or transform it in a server.
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post #322 of 2301
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Alright guys, Leaderboard update again.

 

Abeeftec is now under phase change cooling (the first in the thread) and a warm welcome to technot.

 


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Originally Posted by Levesque View Post

Just plugged everything in. Everything at stock. New PSU Antec HCP-1200 looks MEAN!
 


He's back!



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i need at least 5300mhz..... i must be missing something here, its my first 3 h with x79.... i cant pas even 1mhz over 4.8ghz...


btw anyone with koolance 370, are your mounting bolt fit well in your sockets or are they kind of loose? im having a terrible time mounting my koolance 370:(


 

Socket 2011 uses M4 threads.

 

Socket 1366 used M3 threads.

 

CPU-370 includes posts for 1366. You can purchase the M4 threads from FrozenCPU.

 

If you have a R4E, you can use the 1366 backplate that is included with mobo, but I recommend purchasing the M4 Posts. More info here for R4E in regards to M4/M3 posts.

 

 

 

 

 

 

post #323 of 2301
you guys aren't missing anything, here is voltage scaling with my CPU:
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Now the voltage listed is not what is set in BIOS, it is the load vcore measured by DMM. This is IBT, and temps were high throughout the entire process.

So yes small frequency change requires HUGE bump in voltage to stay the same, but of course screenshot of 5ghz with only 1.54v is possible with this CPU.
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post #324 of 2301
GOING UP!

I am blown away by Phase cooling!

I am at 5.150Ghz Total stable at 1.49v and I think I can go higher at that voltage! Or lower voltage at this speed!

Because I am on Phase I threw the voltage to 1.49v first thing and booted at a 45 mutli.

I have been slowing raising and running benchmarks. I havent BSOD yet! Not even a freeze from the Clock speeds and voltage though I have froze from cold bug!

So I still feel I can only attribute my lack of ability to get over 5.0ghz on ICED liquid cooling to something in the PCIe lanes in the CPU.
I got BSOD codes at 5.1Ghz and 1.59v all the way to 1.64v on iced Liquid and the stoppage was ALWAYS the same place though at 5.0ghz at only .01v less voltage yeilding good cooling and a nearly
stable overclock.

It is hard for me to believe that it was CORE related since some of my BSOD codes on iced Liquid I had never saw before.

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Edited by abeeftec - 12/3/11 at 12:40pm
post #325 of 2301
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Originally Posted by Sin0822 View Post

you guys aren't missing anything, here is voltage scaling with my CPU:
359
Now the voltage listed is not what is set in BIOS, it is the load vcore measured by DMM. This is IBT, and temps were high throughout the entire process.
So yes small frequency change requires HUGE bump in voltage to stay the same, but of course screenshot of 5ghz with only 1.54v is possible with this CPU.


Am I correct in assuming 4.5-4.6 is the sweet spot on that specific CPU by that graph with decent voltage but for a Low voltage overclock right before 4.4ghz is the sweet spot?

And then from 4.6 to 4.8 is where the CPU is commanding much voltage for stability?
Just trying to fully understand the results in the graph.
post #326 of 2301
its the same with my one, it can do 4.5ghz at 1.35 stable but needs to go to 1.525 for 4.8 and even higher to 1.585 for 4.9....... im gone start overclocking in around 2h, gone try to work this mb out because its all in here:) either way ill be posting a 5ghz clock (i know silly me) , id rather it go nicely and just go to 5ghz at 1.6v then make me work for it and up it to 1.7.....
post #327 of 2301
Wanted to throw this out here and see what everyone thinks....

What about turning this thread into a 3 way cooling leaderboard thread?? that way we can see what each persons chip will do on each type of cooling and those who only have one type can be pitted against similar type cooling.

I happen to have all three types which means you will see limits on the same CPU with AIR Liquid and Sub zero Cooling! Interesting to know the results and I think it will be educational even for myself while doing it with all three types of cooling.

I do think that TEMPS should be included with all Screen shots just for the sake of honesty. So far only two people have shown temps on the board.

Whadaya think??


here is a Vantage and 06marks run at 5150mhz with the SAME voltage as my validation at the same speed. 1.49v

What is truly amazing is that my buddy has a cooler express and his 980x was at +45c at 5.1ghz and took 1.66v to get 5.1ghz
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Edited by abeeftec - 12/3/11 at 2:37pm
post #328 of 2301
Validating 5.202Ghz
I cant believe I have not had to raise the voltage past this 1.49 all the way up. I would had thought I would need to raise voltage by now.

WOW.



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Edited by abeeftec - 12/3/11 at 6:40pm
post #329 of 2301
One at a time now one at a time!

5.252Ghz

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post #330 of 2301
Got my H100 installed today and it seems to be stable after some lightish testing @ 4.7 with 1.368 vcore.

Trying for 4.8 it seems to be demanding quite a lot more. I might do the sensible thing and stick to 4.7 and trim my memory back up ect.

Temps can reach just under / low 80's in prime. Wish these H100 fans were a bit more manageable. Cant really set them for quiet idling but high speed when temps get high.
temps low 30's at idle, high 50's - low 60's in normal usage / gaming ect.


There is also quite a delta at times between my core temps and the motherboards reported cpu temp. Maybe around or over 10 degrees at times. Have other R4E users found this?
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