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

 
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post #511 of 13159
Ok, I take back what I said earlier about the large increase in Gflops on IBT. It was user error. I did test a second time with IBT (high stress) using uncore from 2400, 2600, 2800, 3000 and 3200 and it scaled appropriately. It wasn't until I increased the stress level that the Gflops had a huge increase. I have decreased QPI voltage down to 1.225v (actual in bios shows 1.204, and HWMonitor shows something like 1.196), and I am running uncore at 3208 mhz (2x). This has got to be good, no?

Now what about QPI Link? lol
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For my quad socket AMD G34 server I picked up 16 1gb, Samsung pc3-1333 EEC for 5$ a stick on ebay.
4gb sticks are as low as 15$ a stick.
There is a custom bios that let you overclock Supeermicro G34 quad socket servers, but EEC memory doesn't overclock too well.
Best to use regular mem in those boards if going to OC.
I tried to run my pc2 EEC 667mhz at 800 on my 4P socket F and my pc3-1333 at 1600 on my G34, no go. Will not even boot.

Yeah I got many deals on registered ECC DDR-1333 sticks on eBay as well, I have 4 servers I upgraded to 48 GB of registered 12x4Gb sticks for as low as 12$ per sticks and less than a month ago I got a sweet deal on 12x8Gb of DDR3-1333R ECC for 21$ a stick... I've put 6 in my mac pro and the other 6 are in my dual X5655 Proliant DL360 G6 with 6 4Gb sticks to give it 72Gb dual rank that still allow me to run them at 1333mhz at 2 dimms per channel, if I hadnt got that deal I would have been stuck to 1066 limit when you run 3 dimms per channel for the 5620 chipset limitation. eBay really saved me a lot of money for my homelab setup smile.gif
Got a sweet DL160SE G6 (SE316M1R2) with 2 Xeon L5640 (I always prefer low TDP server chips) and 8x300Gb SAS2 10k dual-port hard drives on a killer Smart Array P410 1Gb BBWC controller for just a little over 1000$, I swapped a Geforce GT640 DDR5 1Gb card for cuda for less than 100$ and the performances on assisted video encoding are just mind blowing for the price I paid... The raid array gives me just over 900 mb/s in write and a little over 1Gb/s in read. I just got hooked on the amount of power / $ it now gives me!

Oh btw I just found out that the mobile ivy-bridge i7 quad have ECC l2&l3 caches as well.

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Now what about QPI Link? lol

From what I benchmarked with my systems its unsignificant as well for QPI link speed.
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From what I benchmarked with my systems its unsignificant as well for QPI link speed.
Ok, so I can keep that at the lowest speed then of 7218.

Well I'm officially impressed with this chip. I'm down to 1.18v on the CPU and 1.17 on QPI, and still rocking 3208 MHZ uncore. I also lowered the DRAM to 1.5v and everything is still passing its tests. Temps at Idle are dipping into the high 20's, and staying at or around 32c unless of course I open or launch something, and only 55c at high stress load with IBT. Going to fire up Prime and see if it maintains the stability all night.

Not sure what else I can do other than work on the memory timings, which I have not done yet. Still have all the timings at default. I am hoping to run something like 9-9-9-24 and 1T, but I doubt it. Not sure if I should run higher timings of 11-11-11 and 1T or lower the timings to 9-9-9 and just accept the 2T command rate. What would you guys do?
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Ok, so I can keep that at the lowest speed then of 7218.

Well I'm officially impressed with this chip. I'm down to 1.18v on the CPU and 1.17 on QPI, and still rocking 3208 MHZ uncore. I also lowered the DRAM to 1.5v and everything is still passing its tests. Temps at Idle are dipping into the high 20's, and staying at or around 32c unless of course I open or launch something, and only 55c at high stress load with IBT. Going to fire up Prime and see if it maintains the stability all night.

Not sure what else I can do other than work on the memory timings, which I have not done yet. Still have all the timings at default. I am hoping to run something like 9-9-9-24 and 1T, but I doubt it. Not sure if I should run higher timings of 11-11-11 and 1T or lower the timings to 9-9-9 and just accept the 2T command rate. What would you guys do?
What speed are your G.Skill sticks rated at?
Are they the blue ripjaws 1600?
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post #516 of 13159
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What speed are your G.Skill sticks rated at?
Are they the blue ripjaws 1600?
They are the Red 1600's
These specifically
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231358

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They are the Red 1600's
These specifically
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231358


From here it says 2T http://www.gskill.com/en/product/f3-12800cl9t-12gbrl
You can try cranking the voltage to 1.6 and lower the command rate to 1T, it may be tight although... As Michael Scott in the office would say! thats what she said biggrin.gif
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I have G.Skill 1600 as well but its those ones http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231445
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Ok, I take back what I said earlier about the large increase in Gflops on IBT. It was user error. I did test a second time with IBT (high stress) using uncore from 2400, 2600, 2800, 3000 and 3200 and it scaled appropriately. It wasn't until I increased the stress level that the Gflops had a huge increase. I have decreased QPI voltage down to 1.225v (actual in bios shows 1.204, and HWMonitor shows something like 1.196), and I am running uncore at 3208 mhz (2x). This has got to be good, no?

Now what about QPI Link? lol

QPI is stupidly powerful, even the lowest ratio while on 200 BCLK has an insane amount of bandwidth (more than X79's DMI 2.0 would ever have :thumb:)

Personally, I've got mine on ~7GT/s and haven't noticed any perf gains speeding it up.

 

 

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Not sure what else I can do other than work on the memory timings, which I have not done yet. Still have all the timings at default. I am hoping to run something like 9-9-9-24 and 1T, but I doubt it. Not sure if I should run higher timings of 11-11-11 and 1T or lower the timings to 9-9-9 and just accept the 2T command rate. What would you guys do?

11-11-11-1N seems awfully loose. I'd do what EvilMonk said above and try to crank the volts up to 1.6, and shoot for 9-9-9-1N.

It might even resolve some lurking stability issues, even on stock volts my IMC sometimes decides that it hates my guts and refuses to pass my perfectly good Vengeance DIMMs (normally running 1600@9-9-9-1N@1.5V, slightly below the factory 1.65V spec)

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I have played with G.Skills before and they do 1866 CL9 2N no issue. 1N if you're staying on 1600
You should play with the secondary timings more, primary timings do not make any difference unless you're on AM3+
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