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

 
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post #3501 of 12741
its not going to make much of a difference, maybe 1-2c at most. dont waste money on more expensive fans the ones that comes with the evo is pretty good enough
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post #3502 of 12741
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Originally Posted by kckyle View Post

its not going to make much of a difference, maybe 1-2c at most. dont waste money on more expensive fans the ones that comes with the evo is pretty good enough

Will do. But I still wanna test Dell fans if it fit. The spec >http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835706038< yessir.gif
Edited by wailam - 1/9/15 at 8:32pm
    
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post #3503 of 12741
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I have been picking up refurbs. from NewEgg The all in one water coolers Hydro series H80i for 44$, the H90 for 50ish, and the H100 for 33$ at Tiger direct. I paid 60ish for the H70 new.
All those coolers work great, my x5660s stayed 15c on average, cooler than any heatpipe type air cooler I was using.

I do think those coolers are great.

I don't really trust those AIO coolers. Read bad rep on the net. If I go watercooled I gonna go custom watercooled.
    
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post #3504 of 12741
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Originally Posted by Trondster View Post

Well - that is highly application/benchmark dependent - some applications do not benefit at all.
The 45nm quadcores run much cooler and with lower required voltages with HT disabled - I'm guessing the same goes for the 32nm hexacores.
Only very minimal impact on temps and only SLIGHTLY lower required voltages for my x5650.

Even at 4GHz my 240 AIO (Deepcool Maelstrom 240) easily handles it @ 60C (highest core, lowest core is 54C) with the fans set at 1000rpm

Guys ... I haven't used my P6X58-E WS and it's dead frown.gif
Sits there flashing the DIAG_CPU LED on the x5650 that is back on my main rig's ex58-ud5 that i'm typing now from
Edited by DaveLT - 1/10/15 at 6:21am
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post #3505 of 12741
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Originally Posted by wailam View Post

Probably because Its a "BUDGET" cooler?
What he probably means is something better value for money like for instance ...
http://www.amazon.com/Logisys-Gamer-Storm-Cooling-MC6002GS/dp/B007G6XX4G/ Or the Phanteks PH-TC14PE for like 60$ after rebate on newegg.
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Originally Posted by kckyle View Post

its not going to make much of a difference, maybe 1-2c at most. dont waste money on more expensive fans the ones that comes with the evo is pretty good enough
The last time I saw them in action they were loud and not really any good.
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post #3506 of 12741
Hello all,

I am the proud owner of an Xeon X5650 on a MSI Big Bang X-Power motherboard. Also on the motherboard I have 3x4GB Corsair Dominator 1600 MHz + 3x1GB Kingston HyperX 2000MHz modules (6 in total). The problem is that the Uncore ration on my board is locked. For 1333MHz on the memory I have 2400 MHz Uncore. The QPI speed is set to 4800MHz.

I'm running the system at stock: 2,66 GHz for the processor and 1333 MHz for all memory modules. For this setting in BIOS I need to dial in 1,15 QPI voltage (Memory voltage default 1.5 V). I think this voltage of 1.15 for QPI is high, and it should be more of ~1V......

In terms of cooling I'm using a Thermalright SIlver Arrow cooler with only one fan (between radiators) because of space issues. I have never seen temps higher the 46C on my CPU even after 3 days of folding@home, which is nice......

Anyway, I want to overclock to about 3,3 GHz with 3,6 GHz turbo (or more ..... but I'm looking at 24/7 operation.....). For this I need to bump the BCLK to 166. This setting will give me (a divider of 5) 1328 MHz for the memory (which is close to 1333 MHz), Uncore frequency of about 2400 MHz and the QPI frequency of ~5900 MHz.

As voltages go, I dialed in as follows: 1,3V on CPU, 1,25V on QPI. no change to PLL (1,8V) and no change to memory (1.5V).

With this setting I still can't get into windows :-s....... I get POST every time but can't get it to be stable. I think the CPU voltage is at this point really high for this speed I am not willing to go any higher, for this speed. The QPI voltage also is massive for this CPU/Memory frequency/voltage, so I just stopped at this point.

Can someone help me? Am I doing something wrong on my rig? I because all memory modules are populated and should I remove the 3x1GB modules for higher overclock ?

PS: Can you guys point out a program so I can verify the current voltages for my motherboard, because MSI's Control Center Is somewhat bad..... ! In bios i dial in 1,25V (and I checked with a multimeter) and the software reports something like ~1,35V. So no good voltage reading for this voltage.....

PS2: In my rig I have two way SLI: 2x680 GPUs: MSI Lightning and Gigabyte OC edition of the 680 2GB versions. My PSU is a Fortron Aurum 700W edition, which is review (not by me biggrin.gif) and puts out all of it's 700W.....

PS2: Awesome thread, read it almost full !

Best regards to all!
post #3507 of 12741
Hi there! I started to look through the thread for this but I'm not sure how to use the search on this forum. I'm wanting to buy an x5650 CPU to use, and trying to find compatible motherboards inexpensively on ebay. I'm finding conflicting information on support for the Intel DX58SO. Does anyone here use that motherboard with an x-series Xeon, and are there any problems with it?

Thank you!
post #3508 of 12741
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Originally Posted by infinity526 View Post

Hi there! I started to look through the thread for this but I'm not sure how to use the search on this forum. I'm wanting to buy an x5650 CPU to use, and trying to find compatible motherboards inexpensively on ebay. I'm finding conflicting information on support for the Intel DX58SO. Does anyone here use that motherboard with an x-series Xeon, and are there any problems with it?

Thank you!

You can find cheap compatible motherboards but they won't overclock. Overclocking motherboards are around 120+.
post #3509 of 12741
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Originally Posted by Dotachin View Post

You can find cheap compatible motherboards but they won't overclock. Overclocking motherboards are around 120+.

Thanks for the reply! Do you have any specific recommendations for ones that will OC that are reasonably priced on eBay right now? The DX58SO I found was $135 shipped.
post #3510 of 12741
DX58SO's work with X5600 as far as i remember testing
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