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You obviously had a bad chip sir frown.gif
These chips should perform similarly, no matter if 2.8/3/3.1GHz. Also i have heard that CPUs with higher Multiplier overclock better the lower Multi ones...
My chip got to 4.27GHz and yes, then i was hitting 80c (Big Typhoon cooler back then), but 3.6-3.8 was easily doable for every day.
Now with the room at 32c and with the Themis cooler on, i get 50-55 in gaming @3.8GHz/1.2875V. Voltage could be lower but i jacked it up so i don't have crashes in the tests i do these days, see this thread i started today, it has screenshots of HWMonitor.

If room temp was closer to 25c, i am sure i would be to 50c max, for gaming at least.

It is pretty bad, yeah. Although I did run the X5460 at 3.0GHz with 1.0125V core voltage and it proved to be quite good, from memory it was in the low 50's when gaming. Not ideal in terms of getting the best performance possible out of it, but even at 3.0GHz it's still much faster than a Q6600.
Nowadays though I don't feel the need to overclock my Xeon system past 3.6GHz because beyond that they tend to require a much higher Vcore.
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Thanks a lot for the responses. Yeah i was thinking the same about that TDP of 120W to be much lower in real life work. You confirmed my assumptions, i was already close to canceling L5420 and im pretty sure that's gonna be the case now. If i had a stock cpu cooler maybe L5420 would be a better choice, since i have an aftermarket one, why not get x5460 in the end. More so because there is a high chance that i will leave it at stock 3.16GHz but if i would to OC i would be just fine with 3.6GHz, the reason for it this being a nice backup computer. I rly can't wait to see the jump from a dual core to quad core, that alone will give me nice boost i think. My E6420 is good OCer but only 2 cores is killing him.
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What does your 65W TDP E6420 reaches now stock/3.4GHz?

Tried to check now durring a aida64 stabilty test but i can't find where i can look for that reading. I can't even see it in HWinfo...maybe im missing something.


The next big questions is, do i need to mod my 1005 version(newest) bios for asus p5k deluxe mb. If i check the supported cpus, i guess yea, but can it detect the right cpu without the moding?
If i need to mod, i better start preping bios now, learing how to put in the microcodes and start flashing it before my Xeon comes tomorrow or just wait the cpu, try to put it without any bios mods and see if it works?
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@stilskinz
If you dont want to do it yourself post your BIOS and I'll mod it for you.

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Hey, that would be awesome. This is the newest bios im using with my mb.

P5K-Deluxe-1005.zip 1016k .zip file
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P5K Deluxe modded BIOS attached. Codes for all 45mm Xeons have been updated.

p5k-deluxe-1005mod.zip 1017k .zip file
     
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Thank you very much smile.gif Now im fully ready for the new cpu.
post #10057 of 12429
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You obviously had a bad chip sir frown.gif
These chips should perform similarly, no matter if 2.8/3/3.1GHz. Also i have heard that CPUs with higher Multiplier overclock better the lower Multi ones...
My chip got to 4.27GHz and yes, then i was hitting 80c (Big Typhoon cooler back then), but 3.6-3.8 was easily doable for every day.
Now with the room at 32c and with the Themis cooler on, i get 50-55 in gaming @3.8GHz/1.2875V. Voltage could be lower but i jacked it up so i don't have crashes in the tests i do these days, see this thread i started today, it has screenshots of HWMonitor.

If room temp was closer to 25c, i am sure i would be to 50c max, for gaming at least.
Ummmm,also,the board being used plays a roll also. I keep running across comments about not needing high voltages, but they hardly EVER seem to be from people using the p35 chipset boards When using the x5470 in mine, I had to have voltage up near 1.5 in bios just to have about 1.36 underload with a clock of 3.8. As U can imagine, my e5450 runs cooler at it's overclock of 3.91 with lower bios voltage.

U may notice my passmark score is slamed by my hdd results. LOL, I'm still debating a SSD. smile.gif EDIT: Addind a pic of my x5470 on my ep35-ds3r from gigabyte clocked to 3.61 GHz. Note,I believe the cpu may have had some issues, but even so,it may give an idea.
bios cpu =1.36875, or 1.3870 the closer to 3.8 GHz I got, the more voltage it seemed to loose in the increases between bios & actual.
Edited by schuck6566 - 7/24/16 at 8:11am
post #10058 of 12429
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...Ummmm,also,the board being used plays a roll also. I keep running across comments about not needing high voltages, but they hardly EVER seem to be from people using the p35 chipset boards When using the x5470 in mine, I had to have voltage up near 1.5 in bios just to have about 1.36 underload with a clock of 3.8. As U can imagine, my e5450 runs cooler at it's overclock of 3.91 with lower bios voltage...

Yea you are right, i just wanted to point out that OCing a 3.16 chip to 3.6 and hitting 80c is not "normal" behavior, something is wrong (bad chip/bad heating or fitting/bad MB too).
I could imagine a "bad" motherboard (cheap one with not many Phases on Vcore and not many BIOS settings available) not being able to get high clocks, but i didn't think that that could cause high CPU temps, because i haven't thought of the higher Vcore needed, and that could jack up temps pretty high, you are right sir.

When i got my 1600MHz memory and was trying to fit it to my stock X5460, i changed from 9.5x333 (=stock 3.16GHz, mem at 1333) to 8x400 (CPU at 3.20GHz and mem at 1600MHz) that is almost the same frequency for the CPU, but i had left Vcore on 'Auto' (why wouldn't i) and when i booted i saw that in all its wisdom, P5Q3 had raised Vcore to 1.310V and i had ~50c idle temps lol!

BTW, today the price difference between a X5460 and a X5470 is ridiculous, the second is more that twice the price for oly a minor speed bump, ***. Terrible Value-for-Money... thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif
And those 1600 FSB ones are still very high priced and it makes no sense buying one of those, but man would i like a X5482 under the hood! biggrin.gif
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Well i wanted to edit the previous post and add a screenshot, but it seems that i can't upload a pic, use a url to link a pic, or edit the post at all even XD
Weird, but here is a shot from yesterday (room temp at ~31-32c), see link: http://i.imgur.com/WoDmKnF.jpg
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Johnnygo1 why not bumb your v core to 1.35 and try for a higher CPU multiplier? X5460 is rated to 1.35 from Intel. I, m not suggesting just asking.
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