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post #5931 of 7891
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Nice work, OCmember biggrin.gif mind the burn wink.gif

Thanks, chief!

I'm thinking of upping the Uncore to 3.4GHz I just hate going over 1.3v for daily use with it. I'm not too keen on high QPI speeds either but for now I'm just having fun smile.gif

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Whats this about X79 and overclocking 2011 Xeons?

Look at my post above.
post #5933 of 7891
Oh right, if that's all that is worth mentioning in passing.

I guess I mean, what sort of clocks and performance are people getting?

Oh, and, I don't know anything about this platform, IIRC there's two chipsets, so you seemed to be saying that one of them didn't correctly lock the CPU down? Could this be the next Westmere EP?
Edited by gofasterstripes - 2/15/16 at 11:11am
post #5934 of 7891
I can not over clock the xeon E5-2670 at all. When I bump the FSB even a tiny bit it wont boot.
The turbo clocks are as follows
Turbo frequency 3300 MHz (1 or 2 cores)
3200 MHz (3 or 4 cores)
3100 MHz (5 or 6 cores)
3000 MHz (7 or 8 cores)

I have seen e5-1620 quad core overclocked, and I have had a couple people who owned them say theirs will not overclock.
Every hexcore 16xx I have heard of from the owner said the 6 core do overclock

The E5-16xx hexcores are not any cheaper than the i7 hexcores from what I see on ebay.

I'll do some Non-AVX work units on a BOINC project and post some results
post #5935 of 7891
BOINC benchmarks the system at the install and every now and then afterward.

Measured floating point speed and interger speed. Just to give an idea of power the CPUs have
This is a few of the type of systems I have here I use for BOINC

Here are some results.

X5650 stock 2.9ghz all cores The numbers are "Million opps per second"

Floating point 3440
Interger 8399

X5660 @ 4ghz overclocked
Floating point 4868
Interger 11829

E5-2670 @ 3ghz all cores Sandy bridge
Floating point 3600
Interger 19356

i5-3570s 3.4ghz all cores Ivy Bridge
Floating point 3833
Interger 22501

i5-4570 3.4ghz all cores Haswell
Floating point 3554
Interger 20964

AMD Opteron 6172 2.1ghz
Floating point 1065
Interger 4643
post #5936 of 7891
I see a problem I will have reporting times per workunit.
I am running windows and Linux, Linux is almost always faster than Windows per WU so it will not be 100% correct
Can make another Linux drive and swap Win7 over to linux. It will be a day or two before I can do it.
Edited by bill1024 - 2/15/16 at 1:48pm
post #5937 of 7891
Why not dude. It's interesting for sure.

How fast are GPU's?
post #5938 of 7891
Picture of my dual xeon e5-2670 and a quad socket AMD socket F Opteron hexcores 8425
On the lower shelf is a dual socket Opteron 6172 12 core each CPU
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post #5939 of 7891
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Picture of my dual xeon e5-2670 and a quad socket AMD socket F Opteron hexcores 8425
On the lower shelf is a dual socket Opteron 6172 12 core each CPU
Other servers are down stairs






Just picked up a pair of E5-2670s myself off of ebay. Got the pair for $140 and they are legit chips even (not ES) The 2670's seem to be the best bang for the buck right now
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post #5940 of 7891
There are tons of1366 hexcores on ebay for 50$ or so that can be overclocked, L5640 if I remember right.
I do a lot of BOINC so AVX instruction set help me a lot, plus the extra cores.
If all someone does is game and surf the web x56xx ot L56xx hexcores I think is still the way to go for now.
But the darn LGA 2011 boards are not cheap at all.
In time when the E5-V2 Ivy Bridge 10-12 core fall in price, then that will be a great bang for the buck.
Priced are slowly falling on those chips.
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