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

 
  • 9% (44)
    More than 1 year
  • 5% (23)
    More than 2 years
  • 8% (40)
    More than 3 years
  • 11% (51)
    More than 4 years
  • 24% (112)
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  • 40% (185)
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post #1621 of 12446
You can take me up to 4.2Ghz now..

http://valid.x86.fr/8ilett
post #1622 of 12446
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Originally Posted by ro529 View Post

do you know what mod it is to make the EVGA 757 LE compatible with the xeons?

It is in this thread or in this thread here http://www.overclock.net/t/1461359/official-xeon-x5660-x58-full-review-discussion-comparison-to-x79-high-end-cpus-and-xeon-l5639-benchmarks-inside-longest-post-ever

Some where in the middle of one of these threads there is pictures and instructions on exactly how to do it.Ill try to find it tomorrow when I have time or you can try a forum thread search.
EVGA will do the mod for you too.
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ATTN: @Starbomba - @Mackle - @GENXLR and @spdaimon

You all have been:

http://cdn.overclock.net/b/bd/bd47f65b_k23pi.jpeg

I have added all of you to the Membership list. Please post the Xeon X58 code in your sig. thumb.gif



This now brings the X58 Xeon Club to 43 members. It looks like everyone is still enjoying their X58+Xeon builds.
you forgot Pyr0 who posted his new xeon a week or two ago.
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Sounds good. I'm in the same boat. I saw the Haswell-E benchmarks and reviews. I looked right past them. I still have no reason to upgrade at the moment.

I would have jumped to X99, but the CPU and RAM prices drove me off. I understand the DDR4 prices, but i am not paying $1k for 2 extra cores and ~15% better performance per core.

Might wait until Skylake or Broadwell-E are out (more mainstream support for DDR4).

I would also be hunting for an SR-2, a second X5650 or just simply get a couple of X5690´s, and enough RAM to insert the National debt into and have leftover space. If 775 is still alive and kicking, i bet Nehalem would still be around for quite a while.
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I would have jumped to X99, but the CPU and RAM prices drove me off. I understand the DDR4 prices, but i am not paying $1k for 2 extra cores and ~15% better performance per core.

Might wait until Skylake or Broadwell-E are out (more mainstream support for DDR4).

I would also be hunting for an SR-2, a second X5650 or just simply get a couple of X5690´s, and enough RAM to insert the National debt into and have leftover space. If 775 is still alive and kicking, i bet Nehalem would still be around for quite a while.
And the worst bit is that they clock poorly. Most bins that i can get from 5820k are said to top out at 4.1GHz? Yeowtch. And I heard pretty high temps as well.
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post #1626 of 12446
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Originally Posted by }SkOrPn--' View Post

you forgot Pyr0 who posted his new xeon a week or two ago.

I missed his post. I need a link to some of these validation links.

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I would have jumped to X99, but the CPU and RAM prices drove me off. I understand the DDR4 prices, but i am not paying $1k for 2 extra cores and ~15% better performance per core.

Might wait until Skylake or Broadwell-E are out (more mainstream support for DDR4).

X99 really wasn't on my radar at all. Looking at the prices of DDR3 1600-1866+, I knew DDR4 would be a nightmare. I'm simply not paying $250-$500+ for 16GB+ Quad RAM kit. I'm fine with my $80 Triple Channel Kit. Simply not happening. I'd definitely have to wait for prices to drop dramatically. For the same amount of cores you'll pay around $550-$600 unless you get the cheaper Hexa-Core that has "locked lanes"- PCI-E lanes that is. I don't like that style of marketing from Intel, but they can do it.

I've seen a few test for Haswell-E and it appears that DDR4 isn't beating out DDR3 just yet. Also the single core scores for X99 over X79 isn't that impressive at all. I have yet to compare the X58 Xeons to X99 just yet in my review topic. I will eventually. Being that X79 was only roughly 10% faster than X58+1600Mhz [Hexa core test] clock for clock from my tests......I'm obviously happy with what the Hexa core X56xx provides us. Hell if I was already running on the X79 platform I definitely wouldn't make a new build.

I'm personally waiting on Skylake-E. Hopefully the single cores and everything gets moving. However, my upgrade will depend on what I'm using my PC for at that time anyways. As of right now I'm looking towards Skylake-E. DDR4 prices should have settled by then.

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And the worst bit is that they clock poorly. Most bins that i can get from 5820k are said to top out at 4.1GHz? Yeowtch. And I heard pretty high temps as well.

Well that's not good at all. Sounds like Bloomfields all over again if that becomes the case.
    
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post #1627 of 12446
I'm about to purchase a x5650 after a good amount of research and some back and fourth with some people here. +rep to yall.

I found this link for compatibility. It will definitely help someone in the future as it did for me I'm sure. http://www.pc-specs.com/cpu/Intel/Xeon/Xeon_Processor_X5650_/2111/Compatible_Motherboards
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I currently appear to be stable at 191 Blck with 22 multi at 1.375 vcore, hoping to bump it down another notch and continue having good speeds. Current G/flops are still 70, is this normal or am i doing it wrong? I see others getting 76 at this speed. using 2x uncore
post #1629 of 12446
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And the worst bit is that they clock poorly. Most bins that i can get from 5820k are said to top out at 4.1GHz? Yeowtch. And I heard pretty high temps as well.

Low clocks, high temps, same power consumption and barely any IPC improvement... Not good at all. thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif

Good thing Intel was aiming for "Enthusiasts" with X99.
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X99 really wasn't on my radar at all. Looking at the prices of DDR3 1600-1866+, I knew DDR4 would be a nightmare. I'm simply not paying $250-$500+ for 16GB+ Quad RAM kit. I'm fine with my $80 Triple Channel Kit. Simply not happening. I'd definitely have to wait for prices to drop dramatically. For the same amount of cores you'll pay around $550-$600 unless you get the cheaper Hexa-Core that has "locked lanes"- PCI-E lanes that is. I don't like that style of marketing from Intel, but they can do it.

I've seen a few test for Haswell-E and it appears that DDR4 isn't beating out DDR3 just yet. Also the single core scores for X99 over X79 isn't that impressive at all. I have yet to compare the X58 Xeons to X99 just yet in my review topic. I will eventually. Being that X79 was only roughly 10% faster than X58+1600Mhz [Hexa core test] clock for clock from my tests......I'm obviously happy with what the Hexa core X56xx provides us. Hell if I was already running on the X79 platform I definitely wouldn't make a new build.

I'm personally waiting on Skylake-E. Hopefully the single cores and everything gets moving. However, my upgrade will depend on what I'm using my PC for at that time anyways. As of right now I'm looking towards Skylake-E. DDR4 prices should have settled by then.

I got 40 GB of WonderRAM sticks for $200. The worse clocker pair was able to get 2133 MHz, the same as DDR4, and with tighter timings to boot, and the best was able to get 2600 MHz. DDR4 won't be beating that in price/performance for at least 2-3 years, until it can hit stably 4000+ MHz with low timings..

I never aimed for X99 for DDR4, but for the octo-core hyped posts that it would be "affordable" and "up to $600". Now i will be upgrading from a 2600k + W3530 to a 4930k + X5650.
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The only benefit i see is the extra 2 cores again. in no way does it justify such a price. 2 cores isn't worth the upgrade. I'm more inclined to revive my co-workers dead SR-2 and get another X5650 smile.gif
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