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I'll be sure to benchmark The Division and GTA 5 with my current i7 920 (OC'd at 3.7GHz) before installing the new X5670.

Thanks.
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post #7472 of 7923
Hey guys - I am the new one.

On friday I got my x5670 for ~75€

I am currently running it at

200x21 1.36V idle (1.344V Load) LLC on (offset feature is buggy on my board, doesnt work)
VTT 1.355V (my BIOS only offers 1.335 or 1.355 Volts values, no even 1.35)
RAM 1.5V
Uncore Frq: 16x8=3200MHz
PLL 1.840V

Board: GA-EX58-UD5 f13
PSU: Seasonic X-Series 760W
GPU: Amd R9-290
RAM: 4x4GB 1600MHz CL9 9 9 24 Crucial


I got a BEAST Watercoolingloop and run about 50-55°C on IBT and AIDA64 stable. (20 Loops on Very high)


I discovered, that i get only 902 points @Cinebench R15 with 12x8 uncore (1.5x RAM Multi) and 950points with 16x8 uncore (2xRam Multi) like i used to feed my i7 950.


I only ran it on 1.355V VTT for 2hrs, then i read, that max is 1.35. IS 1.355 still considered okay? 1.335 seems to be too low for 3200MHz uncore... and i waste singlecore performance as well compared to my 4.2GHz i7950 :/

thanks for the help!
Edited by OCNewbie87 - 9/19/16 at 12:38am
post #7473 of 7923
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Originally Posted by OCNewbie87 View Post

Hey guys - I am the new one.

On friday I got my x5670 for ~75€

I am currently running it at

200x21 1.36V idle (1.344V Load) LLC on (offset feature is buggy on my board, doesnt work)
VTT 1.355V (my BIOS only offers 1.335 or 1.355 Volts values, no even 1.35)
RAM 1.5V
Uncore Frq: 16x8=3200MHz
PLL 1.840V

Board: GA-EX58-UD5 f13
PSU: Seasonic X-Series 760W
GPU: Amd R9-290
RAM: 4x4GB 1600MHz CL9 9 9 24 Crucial


I got a BEAST Watercoolingloop and run about 50-55°C on IBT and AIDA64 stable. (20 Loops on Very high)


I discovered, that i get only 902 points @Cinebench R15 with 12x8 uncore (1.5x RAM Multi) and 950points with 16x8 uncore (2xRam Multi) like i used to feed my i7 950.


I only ran it on 1.355V VTT for 2hrs, then i read, that max is 1.35. IS 1.355 still considered okay? 1.335 seems to be too low for 3200MHz uncore... and i waste singlecore performance as well compared to my 4.2GHz i7950 :/

thanks for the help!
From my experience with x5650,
3200mhz uncore is pretty achievable with even 1.22volt vtt.
And 1.35v for 4.2ghz seems alittle high. And not so sure,but llc causes more Voltage spikes than usual.
And about cinebench r15 score, it gets 1026 point @4.4ghz 3.8-3.9ghz uncore with 2000mhz ram.
Edited by mohiuddin - 9/19/16 at 4:39am
post #7474 of 7923
Hello again smile.gif

I changed my settings:

21x200 CPU: 4200MHz
15x200 Uncore: 3000MHz

Vcore: 1.375V (Bios Setting), Windows Idle 1.344/1.360, Load 1.328/1.344V (less than 1.328 at IBT Very High Load wouldnt be stable)
QPI/VTT: 1.315V
CPU PLL: 1.80
RAM 1.64V
LLC on (Offset Feature is buggy with my MoBo. It changes the base Voltage EVERY Boot (sometimes 1.1V, sometimes 1.2V)

BENCHES.png 568k .png file


Does this look good for you?

CB15 Multi ~ 935 to 944 points
CB15 Single ~ 124 points
Edited by OCNewbie87 - 9/19/16 at 10:24am
post #7475 of 7923
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Originally Posted by OCNewbie87 View Post

Hello again smile.gif

I changed my settings:

21x200 CPU: 4200MHz
15x200 Uncore: 3000MHz

Vcore: 1.375V (Bios Setting), Windows Idle 1.344/1.360, Load 1.328/1.344V (less than 1.328 at IBT Very High Load wouldnt be stable)
QPI/VTT: 1.315V
CPU PLL: 1.80
RAM 1.64V
LLC on (Offset Feature is buggy with my MoBo. It changes the base Voltage EVERY Boot (sometimes 1.1V, sometimes 1.2V)

BENCHES.png 568k .png file


Does this look good for you?

CB15 Multi ~ 935 to 944 points
CB15 Single ~ 124 points
Do you have The Division, or GTA 5 that you could benchmark? ...Because I too am about to upgrade to the X5670! But I don't have a water cooler; I'm currently on an OC'd i7 920. I'm curious about the CPU improvements if you could find something to test. If you are a gamer, lets remove the GPU part of the test by lower the in-game graphics settings, so we can get a better reading of just the X5670 CPU. I'm gonna be benching my setup here in a few days to see what the 6core does vs my 4core.
Edited by AcidSnow - 9/19/16 at 1:45pm
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Post me a Screenshot of the settings you want to get benched smile.gif
post #7477 of 7923
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Post me a Screenshot of the settings you want to get benched smile.gif
I ran a benchmark in GTA 5 on my OC'd i7 920 @ 3.7GHz on air, with minimum-GPU settings involved (DX11, 1080p & no AA)!

1st: under the "Graphics" tab: Shadows are set to Softest, everything else is either Off or Normal, with ALL three of the following sliders set to max -> "Population Density, Population Variety, and Distance Scaling."

2nd: if you look at the "Advanced Graphics" tab, I have the "Extended Graphics Scaling" set to max as well (everything else in that tab is off or minimum).

I have a stock 4GB R9 290X, 12GB of 1333MHz RAM, and here are the results of my minimum-GPU benchmark using my 4core/8thread i7 920!

Frames Per Second (Higher is better) Min, Max, Avg
Pass 0, 23, 68, 56
Pass 1, 30, 85, 63
Pass 2, 32, 136, 66
Pass 3, 25, 109, 83
Pass 4, 14, 138, 69

Time in milliseconds(ms). (Lower is better). Min, Max, Avg
Pass 0, 14, 41, 17
Pass 1, 11, 32, 15
Pass 2, 7, 30, 14
Pass 3, 9, 38, 12
Pass 4, 7, 68, 14

Mirror my settings, and lets see what your water-cooled X5670's CPU can get OCNewbie87 smile.gif

EDIT: I'll benchmark The Division if you have that game too.
Edited by AcidSnow - 9/20/16 at 10:47pm
post #7478 of 7923
My X5670 arrived in the mail, so that means it's time to benchmark The Division and every other game that has a FPS-test before I install this new CPU... I'll probably get around to replacing my i7 920 in the next 5 days, which I'm actually hesitant about, because my 920 is & has been such a wonderful CPU buttkick.gif
post #7479 of 7923
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Originally Posted by AcidSnow View Post

My X5670 arrived in the mail, so that means it's time to benchmark The Division and every other game that has a FPS-test before I install this new CPU... I'll probably get around to replacing my i7 920 in the next 5 days, which I'm actually hesitant about, because my 920 is & has been such a wonderful CPU buttkick.gif
Give overclocking results. Specially Vcore needed at 4ghz, 4.4ghz. And don't worry I also came from i7 920 d0 stepping. The xeon will surprise you more. So cool yet powerful and more overclocking potential.
But be a little more careful than when you oc'ed your 920. These Xeons are little bit less forgiving towards major mistakes while ocing.
A general idea for starting overclocking >>
An x5650 and sabertooth x58 user here.
For optimal 4ghz oc, (llc off) Vcore @1.21v (on load). Uncore (important) 3200MHz I think. Vtt@1.2v. Ram @10x. 1734mhz I guess.
post #7480 of 7923
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Originally Posted by AcidSnow View Post

My X5670 arrived in the mail, so that means it's time to benchmark The Division and every other game that has a FPS-test before I install this new CPU... I'll probably get around to replacing my i7 920 in the next 5 days, which I'm actually hesitant about, because my 920 is & has been such a wonderful CPU buttkick.gif
I made the switch from an i7-930. Next to installing a SSD, it's the best upgrade I've made thus far. That includes going from an HD 5870 to GTX 970. Your X5670 should reach higher frequencies at the same voltage and run cooler. Be mindful of your VTT as this voltage can easily kill a processor if you go beyond 1.35V.

I don't remember my voltage settings, but my maximum overclock with my i7-930 was 4.0 GHz and I settled at 3.8 GHz because it gets hot in Texas. I can comfortably run 4.2 GHz all year with my X5670.
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