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

 
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post #11791 of 11899
That RAM is pricey ! 60 euros for 4GB / 84 euros per 8 GB. I need 24 and it is insane. I don't know how amazon it sells them for 60 euros tongue.gif.
 
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post #11792 of 11899
Testing command rate 1T in game resulted in a pc block, so I decided to go back to 2T, I'm fine with it.

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@ALxMrx : Can you test firestrike physics test ? mine is going lower with dual channel mode, Before 15200 - After 14800

Just ran it now, result 15655
http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/19714557
Previous score with dual channel was less than 15000, around 14700. I got a screenshot somewhere...

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Originally Posted by Wishmaker View Post

That RAM is pricey ! 60 euros for 4GB / 84 euros per 8 GB. I need 24 and it is insane. I don't know how amazon it sells them for 60 euros tongue.gif.

I don't know either. Funny thing is that 2133 single 8GB stick costs less than 2x4GB or 1866 sticks. Look:

https://www.amazon.it/Ballistix-Elite-Memoria-PC3-17000-240-Pin/dp/B01BPF8E6A 8GB 2133 - 59.60€
https://www.amazon.it/Ballistix-Elite-Memoria-PC3-17000-240-Pin/dp/B006YG9CU8 8GB 1866 - 78.98€
https://www.amazon.it/Ballistix-Elite-Memoria-PC3-17000-240-Pin/dp/B01BPFC1ZU 2x4GB 2133 - 100.79€
https://www.amazon.it/Ballistix-Elite-Memoria-PC3-17000-240-Pin/dp/B006TB4ZXC 2x4GB 1866 - 87.93€

Even the 2x8GB 2133 kit is more than the double of the single stick: https://www.amazon.it/Ballistix-Elite-Memoria-PC3-17000-240-Pin/dp/B01BPFGUWA

I don't know how they price this stuff, but that single 8GB 2133 got this price by a month now: https://it.camelcamelcamel.com/Ballistix-Elite-Memoria-PC3-17000-240-Pin/product/B01BPF8E6A
post #11793 of 11899
I just played GTA Online on my 'new' 980Ti Strix and the Xeons are almost sleeping in 1440p and max details, unbeliavable.
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It came back from the shop as "non defective". Absolutely NO response from the shop or ASUS on any of my questions. They've just sent the board back without a word.
So yeah, now I'm 110% sure these boards are bogus. Never ever before I had a chip die from low overclocks and from running on stock settings most of the time.
I can't do anything else now but to list both the board as "condition unknown" and the CPU as defective/keychain.
The CPU might still sell high as people are gamblers. I might even buy a working 2600k/3770k for it when I look at the offers I get biggrin.gif
The board is at 100 euros now and it doesn't look like it will go up in price in the last 4 days the auction is running.

Great! Just got my board back and they also indicated no issue.

I guess I'll try to RMA the chip with Intel and see what they say. Calling ASUS back tomorrow though since I have no idea what they did to test anything. I also indicated an LED had gone bad on the board and they didn't fix that, either.

Tried it again and obviously still doesn't work.
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post #11795 of 11899
I think i found the reason for the ram issues connected with reaching > 4,3 ghz with my w3680.

for some reason the w3680 does not like single ranked ram if higher cpu freqs then 4,3 are set.

i have different rams of avexir, some are dual and some are single. putting only dual ranked into the system i have no problems to reach higher cpu freqs. mixing dual and single messed it up (this was no problem with my x5660).

have not been triying single only yet.
post #11796 of 11899
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I just played GTA Online on my 'new' 980Ti Strix and the Xeons are almost sleeping in 1440p and max details, unbeliavable.
Yep at >1080p resolutions, CPU becomes less important. 9 year old tech can still drive new GPUs, it's crazy really. Power consumption is pretty damn high compared to newer models but otherwise there's no issues.
post #11797 of 11899
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I think i found the reason for the ram issues connected with reaching > 4,3 ghz with my w3680.

for some reason the w3680 does not like single ranked ram if higher cpu freqs then 4,3 are set.

i have different rams of avexir, some are dual and some are single. putting only dual ranked into the system i have no problems to reach higher cpu freqs. mixing dual and single messed it up (this was no problem with my x5660).

have not been triying single only yet.

The problem is mixing dual and single rank DIMMs in the same channel, I had the same issue with my W3690 and my old G.Skill Ares
http://www.gskill.us/forum/showpost.php?p=80581&postcount=4
post #11798 of 11899
Hello, long time lurker here.

I have a couple RAM related questions regarding my X5660. I've been running it for a year at ~4.4GHz, currently at 4.44GHz (23x193) @ 1.35v. I'm quite happy with my current results, but I'm kind of wondering if it was possible to push this chip (SLBV6) a bit higher still. I've managed to run some benchmarks @ 4.6GHz with well over 1.4 vcore, but the rig was nowhere near stable and running prime95 would ultimately result in a CLOCK_WATCHDOG_TIMEOUT BSOD.

Now, from what I understand, that BSOD is usually vcore related, but could it have something to do with my RAM? I have a 3x4GB set of G.Skill Sniper CL1600 sticks and I'm not too confident on their capabilities. I haven't tried pushing the RAM beyond their rated clockspeeds, but I'm wondering if that would even be a good indication of RAM stability with really high core clocks.. I've set my QPI/DRAM voltage to 1.3v, which did stabilize the over 190MHz BCLK I'm currently running, but getting past 200 seems to be out of the question. So do you guys have any experience of squeezing out higher CPU clocks with better RAM?

The reason why I would like push this chip even further, is because I managed to luck out big time and won an ASUS GTX 1080 from a local tech sites christmas competition and I'd like to mitigate the CPU bottleneck as much as possible with my current setup. Being a flat broke student doesn't really allow me to upgrade my rig currently.
post #11799 of 11899
"The CLOCK_WATCHDOG_TIMEOUT error means that your processor is having trouble with cooperation from its cores and threads. Threads are tasks taken by cores, and some cores can take many threads simultaneously. The problem here is that a thread is waiting for a proper response from another thread — or a core is waiting for a response from another core — and those responses aren’t coming. Therefore, you get this BSoD error." Generally the cpu, but can be a corruption issue.

If this was a recent phenomenon, if the OC had been fine before, and only started doing this recently, then you could try a system restore. If it has always had this issue at these clocks I'd say a cpu limitation. AFAIK.
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"The CLOCK_WATCHDOG_TIMEOUT error means that your processor is having trouble with cooperation from its cores and threads. Threads are tasks taken by cores, and some cores can take many threads simultaneously. The problem here is that a thread is waiting for a proper response from another thread — or a core is waiting for a response from another core — and those responses aren’t coming. Therefore, you get this BSoD error." Generally the cpu, but can be a corruption issue.

If this was a recent phenomenon, if the OC had been fine before, and only started doing this recently, then you could try a system restore. If it has always had this issue at these clocks I'd say a cpu limitation. AFAIK.

Thanks for the reply. I ran into that BSOD while pushing the chip to 4.6GHz and running prime95, so I was pretty much trying to achieve max overclock. With my current 4.44GHz overclock the system is stable as a rock, so no problems there.

But does that BSOD basically means that the CPU has hit a ceiling and wont go any further, even with obscene amounts of vcore or should I just throw caution to wind and something like 1.45v? I don't remember exactly what my vcore was during those 4.6Ghz runs, but it was over 1.4v.
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