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post #1851 of 7890
1.45v vcore, 1.35 vtt, 1.4 qpi, 1.37 pll, 1.1 ioh, 1.2v ich. Also 1.63v for the ram running at 2100mhz.

The vcore is fine as long as you can keep your temps in check. The max I've reached after 24 hours of prime is 81c but they generally hover around 55c when gaming. These chips can run 4ghz at a relatively low vcore around 1.25~1.3 but past a certain point, say 4.2 or 4.3 you'll need to go into the 1.4 areas.
post #1852 of 7890
THX !

How you decide to increase the PPL ?
post #1853 of 7890
Very nice thread!

I would like to replace my i7 920 with one of these six-cores Xeons, but my very expensive EVGA X58 SLI Classified (E759) doesn't support Westmere CPU's. mad.gif
Wish I kept my Asus P6T.
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Very nice thread!

I would like to replace my i7 920 with one of these six-cores Xeons, but my very expensive EVGA X58 SLI Classified (E759) doesn't support Westmere CPU's. mad.gif
Wish I kept my Asus P6T.

The mod is fairly easy. Basically have to create a jumper on the QPI terminals.

What board revision is it? My EVGA 760 A1 is a Rev.1.0 - Rev 1.1 is needed for the Xeons but like I said it's a simple solder and that's it. EVGA might charge you around 35$ to do it if you contact their support
     
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The mod is fairly easy. Basically have to create a jumper on the QPI terminals.

What board revision is it? My EVGA 760 A1 is a Rev.1.0 - Rev 1.1 is needed for the Xeons but like I said it's a simple solder and that's it. EVGA might charge you around 35$ to do it if you contact their support

They are still doing that for this quite old board? It's revision 1.0, Limited Edition so it wasn't produced for a very long time.
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They are still doing that for this quite old board? It's revision 1.0, Limited Edition so it wasn't produced for a very long time.

Last I read.
     
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Hey I was wondering if you ever had a chance to test Folding@home performance on an overclocked x56xx chip.
I have an x5650 and a board that should be here tomorrow. I wanna get this bad boy set up and folding and was just wondering about numbers.
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Hey I was wondering if you ever had a chance to test Folding@home performance on an overclocked x56xx chip.
I have an x5650 and a board that should be here tomorrow. I wanna get this bad boy set up and folding and was just wondering about numbers.

I would say 30,000 PPD + or - 5,000 depending on WU This is SMP with 12 threads around 4ghz
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Last I read.

Contacted EVGA about this mod and they said it's not available for my E759 Classified. No Xeon I guess.
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Contacted EVGA about this mod and they said it's not available for my E759 Classified. No Xeon I guess.

Them sons of biscuits!! :T

Sorry to hear that
     
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