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Poll Results: How many years have you owned your X58 - Tylersburg platofrm?

 
  • 9% (41)
    More than 1 year
  • 5% (22)
    More than 2 years
  • 9% (38)
    More than 3 years
  • 11% (50)
    More than 4 years
  • 25% (108)
    More than 5 years
  • 38% (161)
    More than 6 years
420 Total Votes  
post #11351 of 11356
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Originally Posted by DragonQ View Post

Anyone got 1886 MHz RAM working on X58? I used to have 1600 MHz RAM, so 20x200 was perfect but now I have 1886 MHz RAM so I'm giving 188x22(-23) a go. I increased the uncore voltage ("QPI/DRAM") to 1.3125 V, left the RAM voltage at 1.52 V (RAM is rated for 1886 MHz 10-11-10 @ 1.5 V), and left timings at auto. Within 2 minutes of IBT I got a SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION crash.

I've now tried manually changing the CAS timing from 9 (what it auto detected) to 10, upped the uncore to 1.3125 V, and upped the RAM voltage to 1.54 V. Two runs of IBT have passed so far but is there a better way to work out what's needed to get the RAM stable before then testing the CPU?
I have successfully overclocked mine to around 2085 MHz or something, but I had to remove half the DIMMs to achieve this. With all six slots populated, I maxed out right around 1800 MHz, but I prefer the stock 6-7-6 timings at 1600 MHz instead of having to loosen things up to 8-9-8 at 1800 MHz.
post #11352 of 11356
You guys should try installing an NVME drive in your X58 rigs. Had to boot off of a modified usb key to start the system with the right drivers otherwise
due to lack of bios support it stalls out. After that installed the drive being a Plextor M8PeY into the primary PCI-E slot and relocated the GPU being
a 1060 GTX to the second PCI-E slot. Get about 1600 mb/sec reads which isn't bad for X58 and playing Deus Ex about 60 FPS at 1080p. Worth
giving it a shot!
post #11353 of 11356
Playing a game from a different drive isn't going to affect frame rates, only load times. Load times are already good enough with SSD and top-tier HDDs.
post #11354 of 11356
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Playing a game from a different drive isn't going to affect frame rates, only load times. Load times are already good enough with SSD and top-tier HDDs.

But when you unzip very large files on a NVMe :
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post #11355 of 11356
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Originally Posted by davidm71 View Post

You guys should try installing an NVME drive in your X58 rigs. Had to boot off of a modified usb key to start the system with the right drivers otherwise
due to lack of bios support it stalls out. After that installed the drive being a Plextor M8PeY into the primary PCI-E slot and relocated the GPU being
a 1060 GTX to the second PCI-E slot. Get about 1600 mb/sec reads which isn't bad for X58 and playing Deus Ex about 60 FPS at 1080p. Worth
giving it a shot!

if you do not want to use the usb stick method you can just buy a Samsung NVME. They come with an own ROM to be able to use as an boodevice in legacy non-uefi systems.
post #11356 of 11356
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Originally Posted by Wishmaker View Post

Thanks for the input. Mine is a 5650 @ 4450 / 4550 if need be. I doubt lowering the resolution and putting more work on the CPU will change things dramatically. I game at 1080p which means less GPU usage ...Guess the 1080ti is too much for this chip and for the monitor I have.

It really depends on the game. For the most part though you'd still be fine running with a 1080ti. It still wouldn't saturate 16 lanes on PCIe 2.0 - That said, you're still technically CPU limited but to what degree? You'll get benefits from the 1080ti on new AAA titles.

Also, looks like you and the other guy talking about uncore/QPI were talking about different parts. QPI can reach ~3600-3800 (7200-7600 GT/s) before it starts reaching stability issues on these chips... UNCORE is totally different and 3.2-3.6ghz is the typical high-end on these chips. I'm running my uncore at 3300mhz @ 1.29v QPI with 1800mhz 8-9-8-24 CL1 memory @1.5v.
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Hard DriveOptical DriveOptical DriveCooling
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