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I think you should install it and see what it can do overclock wise and not worry if it's new or not!thumbsupsmiley.png

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Alright guys so here's IBT @ 4 GHz:





58 GFLOPS

Settings:
Core: 200 x 20 = 3989.76 MHz, Turbo OFF, EIST ON, C1E ON, vdroop unsafe (red setting), 1.2500 set in BIOS, 1.282 - 1.294 effective
Uncore: 200 x 16 = 3191.8 MHz, VTT +75 mV
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Edit: Tried 17x uncore for about 3400 MHz, gave me 60 GFLOPS; 18x uncore (3600Mhz) BSOD's with the 0x124 code even at +150 QPI, thus is impossible to do.
Edited by CrazyNightOwl - 5/31/16 at 8:25am
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I've bought used motherboards that have come in sealed wrapping like that. Don't let that confuse you into thinking it's "brand new" thumb.gif
     
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Just found a post here on OCN by a guy who's been able to achieve 95 GFLOPS @ 4.5 GHz on the i7 980X. Downscaling that to 4.0 GHz, we get 84 GFLOPS, which is a drastical difference to my 60. Quesiton is, how to debug the issue that steals the remaining 24?
post #6825 of 7966
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Just found a post here on OCN by a guy who's been able to achieve 95 GFLOPS @ 4.5 GHz on the i7 980X. Downscaling that to 4.0 GHz, we get 84 GFLOPS, which is a drastical difference to my 60. Quesiton is, how to debug the issue that steals the remaining 24?
Try disabling Hyperthreading and see what your score is. Mine shot up to the 90s with HT disabled (from 70s). Turn HT back on and forget about that one benchmark score lol
     
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I've stabilized my x5650 overclock at 4.2GHz now (192x22turbo). This thing is a beast and I'm feeling a distinct difference between it and my old i7 920 @4.2GHz. I can't get over how powerful it is in multicore benches for $75cdn.

I took a chance on an x3440 for my HP Core i3 540 server computer too.. and it worked straight away as well. That cpu only cost me $40cdn on eBay.
     
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@CrazyNightOwl 3.6Ghz Uncore will need more than 1.275v VTT More like 1.3 - 1.325v
     
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Alright guys so here's IBT @ 4 GHz:

58 GFLOPS

Motherboard: EVGA X58 SLI3 (manufacturer model number E767), running BIOS 83 (the latest one), hardware revision 1.0
SSD: Single Corsair Force GT 120 Gb on Intel SATA II
PSU: Corsair HX620 multi-rail, modular, active cooling

Edit: Tried 17x uncore for about 3400 MHz, gave me 60 GFLOPS; 18x uncore (3600Mhz) BSOD's with the 0x124 code even at +150 QPI, thus is impossible to do.

Yeah you need to increase voltages, I'm almost amazed it's not crashing during IBT, here's what I get @ 3.7 GHz



My Bclk is 161 x 23 to get me 3.7GHz
RAM Multiplier is 10:1610 MHz
Uncore Multiplier is 20:3220 MHz
QPI Data Rate is set at 4.800G but effective is 5.799

My Voltages for these settings are

Vcore - 1.3625v
RAM - 1.5250v
QPI/VTT - 1.3250v
IOH - 1.1500v

Also to show you what 4.2 and 4.3 get me





Much higher than your getting, but these last two required much more voltage than I was comfortable with which is why I'm back at 3.7 GHz, all my BF3 testing has been done @ 3.7 GHz which I have more to post after I have lunch.
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Just found a post here on OCN by a guy who's been able to achieve 95 GFLOPS @ 4.5 GHz on the i7 980X. Downscaling that to 4.0 GHz, we get 84 GFLOPS, which is a drastical difference to my 60. Quesiton is, how to debug the issue that steals the remaining 24?

There was a lot of discussion about GFLOPS in one of these topics. I can't remember if it was this one or the Xeon Club topic, but I remember some people saying the increasing vCore will increase the GFLOPS score.

My GLOPS were:
3.8Ghz = 80 GFlops
4.6Ghz = 98 GFlops

I also ran High, Very High, and Extreme since "some" users here used to tell me "'Standard' doesn't count Kana".
Yet my Gflops were the same when I ran High, Very High and Extreme. Actually Very High would give me BETTER results than standard in some cases.
    
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@Adhmuz why would I increase voltages when the test passes? The IBT, Cinebench and Intel CPU Diagnostic Utility all pass, so I guess the volts are OK. Look at how Kana-Maru uses barely more than 1.4 to get to 4.6! Also, you have a lot more RAM which is also faster I guess, that requires a higer amount of VTT as well.

Can this low score be caused by just the RAM being @ 1200 MHz?

Here's AIDA64 cachemem @ the 4 GHz described above:



How good are the cache and memory scores for the core, uncre and mem frequencies shown?
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