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post #5851 of 7891
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Yeah, that kinda sucks about the pics.

Kerrr-ching!

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EDIT: AARGH, the reviewer talks about voltage read points, and there are no pictures! AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAARGH! lol

indeed..... only some pics on WBW frown.gif

You can copy the image address, see if you can dig it up somewhere? It was there a year back...
Edited by gofasterstripes - 2/8/16 at 7:46am
post #5852 of 7891
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I made it (4200/127)*140 = 4630Mhz

What are your other frequencies [QPI/Uncore/BClk/RAM/Multis etc]?

oh yeah, was wondering if a proportion would make the math valid biggrin.gif
Ram 1600 8 8 8 27 (6x4gb) @ 1,5v
bclk 200
multi x21
Uncore 3000 @1.32v
QPI should be 3600/7200

Everything running on a Phanteks PH-TC14PE
Cpu at 4200 at 1,35v LLC off (as suggested by intel specs), all turbo off, all power saving off.
Edited by Space Marine - 2/8/16 at 8:39am
 
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Uncore 3000 @1.32v

Can't you run 3200 at that voltage?
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Can't you run 3200 at that voltage?

Nope, tried so many times, no way to make it stable with 6 sticks of ram without a crazy amount of voltage.
 
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post #5855 of 7891
Fairry-nuff biggrin.gif

Yeah, so you are going to have to shoot for 4.6GHz, though I remain unconvinced that 4.2 will make any noticeable difference.

Your burn, baby. Mix it how you like.
post #5856 of 7891
That's what i have always thought about CPU speed biggrin.gif , but with VR any minor hiccup or slow down can make you feel sick, so a bit more headroom might be needed. I guess the only way to know is to test it.

Anyway, on a completely different topic, lately i noticed some strange behavior of my onboard secondary sata controller (from Jmicron, on a P6T vanilla).
Under torrent load for a pair of hours it makes the only connected drive disappear from the OS, and the only way to fix it is to completely shut off and power on the machine again. No problems detected on the intel one instead.
Might be some lack of voltage? I had to overvolt a bit some of the secondary voltages for making my USB3 card run properly. I wonder if anything can be done for the onboard Jmicron as well
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I've been messing with my machine again.

CALLING ALL GIGABYTE OWNERS - What's stopping me having full manual control over the multipliers? Even at "stock settings" I can't seem to get Turbo to kick in on this 5650. I'm 12-20x and that's it.

EIST, C1, C3- etc etc all can be on or off and all I succeed in doing is locking out the downclocking, getting 20-20x heh

I'm after 4.2 or 4.4, for benching really, but it's not possible?
post #5858 of 7891
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I've been messing with my machine again.

CALLING ALL GIGABYTE OWNERS - What's stopping me having full manual control over the multipliers? Even at "stock settings" I can't seem to get Turbo to kick in on this 5650. I'm 12-20x and that's it.

EIST, C1, C3- etc etc all can be on or off and all I succeed in doing is locking out the downclocking, getting 20-20x heh

I'm after 4.2 or 4.4, for benching really, but it's not possible?
I had this happen to me as well. Clearing the CMOS a bunch of times fixed it I think. Removing the CMOS battery may be worth a try also.
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Kerrr-ching!

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indeed..... only some pics on WBW frown.gif

You can copy the image address, see if you can dig it up somewhere? It was there a year back...

I tried and got nothing. Dang! lol

EDIT: WAIT!!! I tried it earlier and it didn't work, I got it now:
Look in the"Threaded View" box at the top, scroll down and it will link you to the voltage points.

My luck I'd f'ckn slip and complete the circuit and blow the board. This might of been a bad idea searching for this, lmao

Does anyone bench with SuperPI??? Is there a bench thread with it? I'm testing out my game rig to compare how it is.. with 1M I got 9.811s How is that? Good? No Good? Get a different job?
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CREDIT GOES TO: sin0822 from xtremesystems

GA-X58A-UD5 Revision 2.0 the MOST in Depth Review/ Analysis

Voltage Read Points for UD5 rev 2.0 ONLY:

The following voltage read points can be used to physically monitor the voltage of Cpu Vcore, CPU PLL, QPI/VTT, QPI PLL, IOH Core, ICH Core, Dram Voltage, and Dram VTT, I confirmed they are working, and that they are really not needed. I say this because all voltages are within 2-3% or almost exactly what is shown in the Easy Tune program. The iTE IT8720F is one of the best voltage monitoring chips I have seen, and its accuracy is dead on, this is just phenomenal.

Cpu Vcore Voltage read point(Back of CPU, back of board):


Cpu PLL Voltage read point( to the right of Northbridge Heat Sink):


QPI/VTT Voltage Read Point(back of CPU, back of board):


QPI PLL Voltage Read Point(bottom of first White ram slot):


IOH Core Voltage Read Point(between CPU socket and Northbridge Heat sink, very hard to reach, in front of capacitors next to Heat sink):


ICH Core Voltage Read Point(right on top of Southbrdige Heat Sink, between two sets of capacitors on each side of the ram controller):


Dram Voltage Read Point(back of CPU socket,back of board, below where my qpi/vtt and vcore read points are, below from that angle only):


Dram VTT Voltage Read Point(top right of the last white ram slot):



NOTE!!!!!!!: Please do not go poking around unless you know exactly what you are doing, by shorting anything especially near the CPU socket will damage or destroy the components, please if you poke be precise.
     
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