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Hey there,

You can can see some numbers of my X5460 / P5Q3 / 4GB setup (so almost identical to what yours will be), although with a Big Typhoon heatsink, in this thread, post No5889.

Also drawing 500W from a 500W PSU, even a well-made one and brand new, is a bad idea. If you know for a fact that you will be really pulling power close to the max rated one of your PSU, its best to upgrade.

Also watch out on those AIO's, a pump have only so much life to give and if you are not planning to really push the CPU hard and/or 24/7, IMHO its best to go for the aircooling. My chunk of metal from 2009 is still alive and kicking just fine, will a AIO last the same amount of time?
Still only my opinion ofc, and if you are planning to have an almost 10 year old CPU running over-volted and @60-70c for long periods, then maybe its best to go for water and maybe keep it 10c cooler if you can...

Thanks my non-expert 5cents smile.gif

Καλή τύχη!

a decent 650 watt will do just fine
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Well i just finished some quick power tests with a proper power meter, a 3-phase industrial one (and not a $50 wall-plug crap).

Now, disclaimer:
The fast measurements i did are just that: quick and dirty ones, just something i can be bothered to do at 1:00am in order to help a fellow P5Q member.
If i pulled a max of 100W, it doesn't mean that that's the max the system will ever draw. I can test again in 5 mins and draw 1KW then biggrin.gif
If i pulled 100W using the X util on my Y PC setup, it does not mean that another exact same setup will not draw 1KW using the save version of the same util...
I might just pulled all that from my ass, you never know, many of the users that post on the interwebs and you assume to be human, are in fact Lizzard People!

Ok, just so we are clear on that smile.gif

Tests were done on a 240V/50Hz network, voltage atm aprox 228V.
PC specs:
Corsair TX750W PSU
Asus P5Q3
X5460 stock with Thermaltake Big Typhoon heatsink (with stock 120mm 3-pin fan)
Crucial Ballistix Sport 8GB Kit (2x4GB 1600MHz but running at 1333 because of the stock FSB)
Sapphire R9 270X Dual-X 2GB (with 2xArctic Cooling something 92mm fans against the heatsink instead of the stock ones)
One 2TB HDD
One 40GB SSD
One DVD-ROM
2x120mm Fans front intake
1x120mm Fan back (+the 140mm fan of the top mounted PSU)
Coolermaser Elite 332 slightly gutted Case

Finally, the quick tests i did:
Watts posted are the ones pulled from the wall, PF is the Power Factor, don't pay any attention to it if you don't know what that is (its NOT the efficiency in/out factor of the PSU!)

Idle: 79W @ 87 P.F.
Cpu is lowering clocks/voltages when idle, not that those 4watts make the difference XD




IIntelBurnTest: 167W @ 95 P.F.
CPU at 100%, GPU asleep



SuperPi: 118W @ 92 P.F.
Nope, CPU only at 26-27% on this test...GPU still taking a nap



FurMark: 255W @ 95 P.F.
GPU on fire! Up to 75c with room temp at 32.2c
GPU at full speed, 1070core/1400mem/1.238V and 100% (power measured is at constant 100% power, after a few seconds it throttle back and forth 65-100% as seen on GPU-Z tab)
CPU at 5-7%



Dirt rally: 232W @ 94 P.F.
CPU at 60-65%, GPU on full tilt.



GTA 5: 209W @ 94 P.F.
CPU at ~95%, GPU no more than 70% ever (those damn bottles and their necks), tried the Bench a couple of times but it failed after less than a minute both times ('Mission Failed' crap, whatever).




Those are the results of my quick and dirty test, and once again, not saying that my system could not have pulled 7KW if i had tested some more wink.gif

EDIT: Pay no attention to the PSU Voltages, 'CPUTIN' and such temps, GPU Fan Speed and CPU Power/Current: HWMonitor displays those wrong (of i have semiconductors that work just fine at 195c and fans that spin at 5 billion PRMs)...
Edited by JohnnyG01 - 7/7/16 at 4:43pm
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One more:

I am not going to install Mark3D or similar software just for these silly tests, but i did see that AIDA64 has a stress test:
236W @ 95PF is the best it could do, but it did make something inside the case reach 510c!

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Nice work Johnny. This compliment coming from a lizard person. Now I will not worry about my X5460 on a 500 watt psu. So I got a scythe fuma to replace my seven year old 775 cooler. Temps dropped 35 degree's u u using prime 95! Hope to improve my unofficial over clocks this weekend.
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Nice work Johnny. This compliment coming from a lizard person. Now I will not worry about my X5460 on a 500 watt psu. So I got a scythe fuma to replace my seven year old 775 cooler. Temps dropped 35 degree's u u using prime 95! Hope to improve my unofficial over clocks this weekend.

So you assume that the specs on hardware No1 (GPU, consumes X Watts) are not true, but the specs on hardware No2 (PSU, can supply X Watts) are true?
That is a dangerous assumption to make IMO...

I have seen read about more PSUs that failed, miserably some times may i add, to supply their rated power than cards that didn't reach (or come reasonably close to) their max power consumption.thinking.gif
Edited by JohnnyG01 - 7/7/16 at 8:25pm
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Some more Power tests, with mildly overclocked CPU (3.5GHz) and GPU (1100/1400/1260):
Nothing too special, ~40W more max power but a lot more throttling also, lol

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

CPU setting is the 368FSB i had stored in BIOS from when i first bought the X5460 and played with it, and it's the highest (maybe) stable clocks that i can have the CPU bumping to a lower multiplier when idle. Unfortunately the (raised a bit from stock) Voltage does not go down when idle..
GPU i have played a bit also when i bought it new, but i have no idea what settings i used then and only remember thinking that there was no need for any OC (i bough the 270X a few days after i bought GTA5 and it's bottlenecking at that game so maybe that's why).
So for now i just put 1100core/1400/mem/1.260Vdd and it seemed to work, and by that i mean now the card is throttling WAY more... Stock numbers are 1070/1400/1.238
PCIE=101
Room a bit cooler at the moment, at 29.0c

Idle: 80.0-87W
Power jumps around a bit, CPU drops to 2,2GHz



IntelBurnTest: 228W
A tad faster, a couple more Watts



FurMark w GPU Stock: 268W
Bit more power, GPU Throttle behavior same as before (100% for a few seconds, then jumps between 64-100%)



FurMark w GPU 1100/1400/1.260: 276W
New and improved throttling, Core between a weird 1040.4MHz that is nowhere inside the BIOS and have no idea were it came from (BIOS has 1020 and 1070MHZ), and Vdd also jumps now between stock 1.238 and set 1.160V



AIDA64 w GPU Stock: 288W
More is always better, CPU and GPU at flat out 100%.



AIDA64 w GPU 1100/1400/1.260: 292.6W
Back to the weird GPU Core/Vdd throttling...



Dirt Rally w GPU 1100/1400/1.260: 255W
One stage driven, GPU 80-97% usage and CPU at ~80% most of the time.



Thats all folks!
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Hi so i have a Gigabyte EP45-UD3R motherboard and i was wonder has anyone put an X5460 Xeon in there before? if so can someone give me their custom BIOS with both the 771 and 775 microcodes? thanks.
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wow i cant believe u just did all of those tests. you are the best man. thanks biggrin.gif
of course i know that its not a good idea to run a system just on the power limit, your psu can provide. i just wanted to know if it can last 1 or 2 weeks, until i get my hands on a better one.
i know that the toughpower 700w is a bit overkill for my system but hey, its nice to have some spare power. i will not be getting a 5870 crossfire anyway
assuming that your card has a tdp of 180watts, and my card has a tdp of 220 watts, i assume that in the same stress tests, i would get a power draw of 40watt more.
of course as you said that itsnt quite right, but i doubt that my pc will need 200 more watts on the same tests.
just to give u an update on my situation, i didnt get any of the hardware i talked about. i ordered a cheap aircooler(rajintek themis) for 27euros new. i think it will get the job done, and i guess i will be able to do some mild overclocking. of course i am not going to run this on my current psu. actualy i will, until i get a decent one.
this one, besides that it is barely enough to run my pc, is also pretty old(2006 i think)
anyway, thanks for all of your help guys biggrin.gif you are the best

edit: glitchmaster, i am pretty sure your motherboard is compatible

Ευχαριστω biggrin.gif
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Hi so i have a Gigabyte EP45-UD3R motherboard and i was wonder has anyone put an X5460 Xeon in there before? if so can someone give me their custom BIOS with both the 771 and 775 microcodes? thanks.

Try reading this thread or the Gigabyte EP45-UD3 Series Owners Guide. They have the information you are seeking.
     
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Hey glitch master. I have the Ud3r. At work on my phone. Can upload my bios based on f12 tonight. You do not need the Microcode to boot into windows. It just gives extra features so you can flash after you get things working.
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