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post #361 of 7891
alot of the people not reaching higher overclocks, maybe it is due to the motherboard as people forget 1366 was dependent on a good motherboard for best overclocks

how high can a x5650 cpu overclock? what is the average top limit? or what is possible in real terms?

also would a x5650 bottleneck sli titans
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Just wanted to say I am thankful for this thread, and the one on [H]ardocp. About 2-3 weeks ago I purchased a X5650.

This sucker was so easy to overclock. On my Asus Rampage II Gene I was easily able to get 200x22 for 4.4ghz on 1.31v. Prime95 was stable for 10 hours, and passed IBT easily.

For Memory I picked up 12gb G.skill kit from newegg. It was one of the last 6 stick kits I have seen around the net, and its really cheap, and 1.5v instead of 1.65v for my old Crucial Tracer sticks.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231350

All and All you cannot go wrong with these chips if you are still using a 920-950 I7.

Just my 0.02c
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alot of the people not reaching higher overclocks, maybe it is due to the motherboard as people forget 1366 was dependent on a good motherboard for best overclocks

how high can a x5650 cpu overclock? what is the average top limit? or what is possible in real terms?

also would a x5650 bottleneck sli titans

Depends on the resolution or the game. You can't just say it would be CPU limited if you run at 1080p. Of course if you are running 1080p and SLI titans....then yea that comment itself says it all. Now if you are running at 1080p120hz well then yes you will be CPU limited in some games.

But to give you an example I was CPU limited with a 5ghz 2700k when gaming on a 120hz 1080p monitor while playing BF3 (multiplayer 64 man) and BF4.
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Yeah man that would really suck. Good luck with all of that. Hopefully everything works out for you.
Well, the guy who were about to sell me his P6T bailed from the deal.
So now I'm looking up a sabertooth for less than 200$.
Mind telling me what BIOS are you using Kana?

EDIT: I just found a nice offer from a guy, who doesn't have a 1366 proc anymore, but can turn on his sabertooth and it would light up n' all. Less than 55$!
Gonna have a lookie at this one - even if it turns out it doesn't work, it's just so cheap, it doesn't even matter. tongue.gif
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Depends on the resolution or the game. You can't just say it would be CPU limited if you run at 1080p. Of course if you are running 1080p and SLI titans....then yea that comment itself says it all. Now if you are running at 1080p120hz well then yes you will be CPU limited in some games.

But to give you an example I was CPU limited with a 5ghz 2700k when gaming on a 120hz 1080p monitor while playing BF3 (multiplayer 64 man) and BF4.

2560 x 1440? ok if it does get CPU limited how much does it compare to a 3930k in a the same situation?
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Depends on the clock speed. But I do not think a 6core would bottleneck your titans in SLI at 1440p. If its 1440p60hz (If the X5650 is overclocked). This is from my experience of course and I could be wrong, but your target is staying above 60fps at all times, and I think a X5650/X5560 overclocked would be more then enough.
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Depends on the resolution or the game. You can't just say it would be CPU limited if you run at 1080p. Of course if you are running 1080p and SLI titans....then yea that comment itself says it all. Now if you are running at 1080p120hz well then yes you will be CPU limited in some games.

But to give you an example I was CPU limited with a 5ghz 2700k when gaming on a 120hz 1080p monitor while playing BF3 (multiplayer 64 man) and BF4.

I personally don't think he'll have any problems with SLI if he can reach a decent overclock. You were limited because you were running a 2700k @ 5Ghz, but it's still a Quad core at the end of the day no matter how high you clock it. There could've been other limiting factors as well. A lower clocked Hex would still outperform your Quad @ 5Ghz in many test including Cinebench R11.5 I bet. I believe a Hex core clocked at 3.8Ghz will be within less of a percent of a 2700K@5Ghz. The extra cores makes a big difference [trust me]. There was also a user here that runs SLI Titans at ridiculous resolutions and he has seen increases in gaming performance. So no I don't believe there will be any bottlenecking going on if he can reach a decent overclock,.


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2560 x 1440? ok if it does get CPU limited how much does it compare to a 3930k in a the same situation?

It'll be hard to say without any data. I'm playing at 1080p, 1400p and 1600p, but I only have a GTX 670 2GB Reference that I can decently overclock whenever I need to. I'm waiting to see what Nvidia and AMD will bring to the table right now. I'm planning on getting the next high end GPUs running in Quad SLI or Crossfire X. I'll probably start with SLI first then move on the Quad. So maybe I'll be able to throw some Quad GPU data out there soon.


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Well, the guy who were about to sell me his P6T bailed from the deal.
So now I'm looking up a sabertooth for less than 200$.
Mind telling me what BIOS are you using Kana?

EDIT: I just found a nice offer from a guy, who doesn't have a 1366 proc anymore, but can turn on his sabertooth and it would light up n' all. Less than 55$!
Gonna have a lookie at this one - even if it turns out it doesn't work, it's just so cheap, it doesn't even matter. tongue.gif

Nice! Hopefully you can get your hands on it for a nice price. I'm running the 1402 BIOS revision. Easy to update and I've had no problems with it. This Sabertooth X58 has been so damn good while using several CPUs that it's going to be hard for me to stop using this brand in future builds. I hope Asus keeps the brand and warranty service going for Haswell-E and Skylake-E. I'm not sure when I'll be upgrading, but I don't think it'll be anytime soon.
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These chips are great! Lovin my X5660! Just have it at a mild 3.9GHz o.c. @ 1.23v That's pretty good for that chip speed. My old 920 would be sucking around 1.36v just to keep stable at that speed. 32nm is just great!
     
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Nice! Hopefully you can get your hands on it for a nice price. I'm running the 1402 BIOS revision. Easy to update and I've had no problems with it. This Sabertooth X58 has been so damn good while using several CPUs that it's going to be hard for me to stop using this brand in future builds. I hope Asus keeps the brand and warranty service going for Haswell-E and Skylake-E. I'm not sure when I'll be upgrading, but I don't think it'll be anytime soon.

I hope that it's a pretty recent bios on this guys board, otherwise I probably won't be able to boot - and he ofc cant flash it without a proc.
Actually would the x5650 not basically be the same as a 970x/980x-chip (supported since bios 0308 on sabertooth) or is it more like the 990x (0602) or the 980 (1101)?
    
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I guess you finally realized that QPI doesn't contain PCI-E lanes smile.gif or use them to communicate between the CPU and the IOH.

You intentionally misrepresent me. I never made such a statement, nor even came close to implying such a thing.

I said that all data going into the IOH reaches the CPU via QPI. The IOH bridges the QPI with the PCI-E bus and other minority I/O.

There has been no spin in my posts, just a literal accounting of the facts of the matter, facts which stand behind my opinion of your chart as misleading.
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