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

 
  • 9% (42)
    More than 1 year
  • 5% (23)
    More than 2 years
  • 8% (38)
    More than 3 years
  • 11% (50)
    More than 4 years
  • 25% (111)
    More than 5 years
  • 38% (167)
    More than 6 years
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post #11491 of 11911
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Originally Posted by Jimmo View Post

Anyone know which E5 gives the best single core performance considering which version clocks the highest? As in, V1, V2, or V3?

Still going to cost me $900 - $1000 to go Rizen 1700/mobo/ram.

X58 Xeon 6 core @ 4.6 still got legs!

i have no idea how you get 900-1k, i only paid around 550 usd for 1700x, gaming 3, 16gb 3200mhz, after selling one of my x58 rig i only spend 200 bucks.

there are 1700 that are floating around that went as low as 250 last time on ebay i saw, its not a regular thing but it does happen
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post #11492 of 11911
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Originally Posted by kckyle View Post

i have no idea how you get 900-1k, i only paid around 550 usd for 1700x, gaming 3, 16gb 3200mhz, after selling one of my x58 rig i only spend 200 bucks.

there are 1700 that are floating around that went as low as 250 last time on ebay i saw, its not a regular thing but it does happen

I live in Sydney Australia. It's $900 or there abouts to swap out my X58 with Ryzen 1700. Perhaps I'd get $250 for my X5675/UD3R & old i7 920.
Still a $650 au swap over
post #11493 of 11911
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Originally Posted by Jimmo View Post

I live in Sydney Australia. It's $900 or there abouts to swap out my X58 with Ryzen 1700. Perhaps I'd get $250 for my X5675/UD3R & old i7 920.
Still a $650 au swap over

well thats unfortunate, best thing you can do is write to your gov't in lowering the import duty fee thumb.gif
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Crucial m4  Cryorig R1 universal  Windows 10  Dell p2715Q 4k 
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Corsair k75 RGB MX Blue  Seasonic PRIME 750  Corsair 800D  logitech g9 
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Audioengine A2+ 
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Intel Xeon x5675 4.4ghz @1.3v gigabyte X58A-UD7 rev1 EVGA GTX 1080 Crucial Ballistix 2x8gb 1600mhz 1.35v CL7 
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480gb m.2 Kingston Hyperx Predator  Cryorig R1 Universal window 10 Home x64  Dell P2715Q 
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post #11494 of 11911
I finally found a game that actually stresses my CPU: Borderlands 2. My GPU is rarely at more than 50% utilisation yet two CPU cores are 90+% usage most of the time. I think it's just a generally poorly optimised game and I can see the 22x turbo multiplier kick in a lot but I still get bad FPS drops during gunfights. Might be worth trying to push my RAM a bit further so I can up the BCLK slightly. Currently at 188x22 with the RAM at 1880 MHz (rated for 1886 MHz).

EDIT: Just seen two websites saying the RAM can run at 2133 MHz easily and 2400 MHz with looser timings and increased voltages. I ran these 1.5 V sticks at 1.62 V for a while and had no issues so I'm sure it'll be fine. Hopefully I just need to set VCore to 1.35 V, RAM to 1.6 V, and see how high I can raise the BCLK before the CPU falls over.
Edited by DragonQ - 4/11/17 at 2:06am
post #11495 of 11911
I tried to remove one DIMM to have 12GB in triple channel as suggested, but nothing changed, still need that 1.45V for 4.6GHz.
I think I'll stick to my previous 16GB in dual channel configuration and keep this 4.6 with offset, still no BSOD
post #11496 of 11911
I've been floating the idea of building a Xeon X5650, GTX 1050ti budget gaming build. I'm hoping it will be much better than my current i5 3470S, GT 650M computer.
post #11497 of 11911
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Originally Posted by AlxMrx View Post

I tried to remove one DIMM to have 12GB in triple channel as suggested, but nothing changed, still need that 1.45V for 4.6GHz.
I think I'll stick to my previous 16GB in dual channel configuration and keep this 4.6 with offset, still no BSOD
Your memory setup shouldn't affect your maximum overclock too much. More slots populated means more stress to the IMC and might hinder your overclock. People were suggesting you test the differences in performance between double- and triple-channel memory.
post #11498 of 11911
Does anyone know a good, cheap 1366 socket motherboard? The $110 Intel DX58SO listing I was looking at disappeared.
post #11499 of 11911
The cheapest mobo at the time was the X58 Gigabyte UD3. I know I had one, I paid 150 euros on launch and I broke the socket with my VX cooler. Now due to the second wind in this platform, x58 mobos are holding their price!
 
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Vertex 2 180 GB+RAID 0 2 * 1 TB SAMSUNG Sony Optiarc Labelflash Thermalright Venoumous X W7 X64 Ultimate RETAIL 
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Dell U2410 IPS Logitech Corsair CMPSU-850TX Antec 1200 
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Logitech HAMA Xonar STX / Auzen Forte 
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XEON 5650X @4.45 GHz  Rampage III Formula PCGH CFX: ASUS R9 280X DCUII 16GB G-SKILL CL9@ 1643 MHz 
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1x 850 Pro 256 GB + 1xWD 500 GB + 2x3TB WD RED Plextor PX-L89OSA Thermalright VX W10 X64 Ultimate RETAIL 
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ACER B203W Razer Deathstalker Corsair CMPSU-750TX Antec 902 
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Logitech G800S Logitech Gaming  Creative Titanium HD + FiiO E17 
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Intel Core 2 Duo : T8300 Asus U6000Sg Series Notebook NVIDIA 9300 GS 4GB Kingston CL4 
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post #11500 of 11911
Ebay is probaby your best bet, when my x58A UD3R died, i was able to pick up the UD5 i have now for 150$. You probably wont find many boards much cheaper than that these days.
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