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

 
  • 9% (45)
    More than 1 year
  • 4% (23)
    More than 2 years
  • 8% (40)
    More than 3 years
  • 11% (52)
    More than 4 years
  • 24% (112)
    More than 5 years
  • 41% (191)
    More than 6 years
463 Total Votes  
post #5291 of 12626
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Thats awesome, I gotta see what I can get out of mine when I get the room put back together... still waiting on Ikeas horrible and expensive shipping to get my new desks in so I can set the mancave back up.

lol man cave, i'm gonna need one of these when i graduate and have 2 kids running around the house.
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Ryzen 1700x Gaming 3 Micro AM4 ASUS Strix GTX 1070 G.SKILL 3200mhz  
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Crucial m4  Noctua D14 Windows 10  Dell p2715Q 4k 
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
logitech solar wireless  Seasonic PRIME 750  TT V21 Core  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 
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
Corsair K70 MX Blue Seasonic Prime 750watt Corsair Obisidian 800D logitech G9 
Mouse Pad
corsair 
CPUCPUGraphicsRAM
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post #5292 of 12626
Yeah, I am revamping the whole set up and want to get it set up for streaming and audio and video recording so I picked up a couple new desk but when I met up with the 18 wheeler that Ikea charged me 300 dollars shipping for.... all I got was 2 desk tops.... as in the wood pieces. No hardware, no frames. Waiting to find out when the rest is coming in.... graphics card still on back-order too. Hopefully I have the whole room and rig worked out by the 1st or 2nd week of July, sooner the better.
post #5293 of 12626
Thanks for clearing up the information about the RAM.

I generally prefer Corsair myself, although I just purchased:

PNY XLR8 16GB: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00KMXUT2O/ref=ox_sc_imb_mini_detail?tag=slickdeals&ascsubtag=eff815622fbe475f8ac2f86b3ff5d563&ie=UTF8&psc=1&smid=ATVPDKIKX0DER

$65 for 16gb 1866 MHz, CAS CL9 was too good of a price to turn down.

Now onto the xeon, cpu cooler, ssd (I've decided to go with an 850 Evo), and video card!
post #5294 of 12626
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Thanks for clearing up the information about the RAM.

I generally prefer Corsair myself, although I just purchased:

PNY XLR8 16GB: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00KMXUT2O/ref=ox_sc_imb_mini_detail?tag=slickdeals&ascsubtag=eff815622fbe475f8ac2f86b3ff5d563&ie=UTF8&psc=1&smid=ATVPDKIKX0DER

$65 for 16gb 1866 MHz, CAS CL9 was too good of a price to turn down.

Now onto the xeon, cpu cooler, ssd (I've decided to go with an 850 Evo), and video card!

I think you'll be happy with the results. Even with my stable 4.3GHz clock, I am beating out my stable 4.0GHz i7 960 clock by almost 75% in Cinebench, from scores in the mid 500s to scores in the mid 900s.
post #5295 of 12626
My ram is only a 2000 mhz 6gb kit, but has no problem doing cas 7 at 1754mhz at 1.65v. I think 2000hmz will take too much vtt.
I do need more ram though so I'm going to get 16gb of G.Skill Ripjaws 2133mhz/cas 9, and just use 3 sticks to keep triple channel. There's not much to choose from for 12gb kits.

Edited by Xp0c - 6/22/15 at 8:56pm
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The fastest I was able to get stable with CAS 7 was 1800.



I really should find out the fastest I can run CAS 6. I'd really like to run 3x4GB, but I don't see the point in investing in RAM that I wouldn't carry over to my next system.
post #5297 of 12626
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My ram is only a 2000 mhz 6gb kit, but has no problem doing cas 7 at 1754mhz at 1.65v. I think 2000hmz will take too much vtt.
I do need more ram though so I'm going to get 16gb of G.Skill Ripjaws 2133mhz/cas 9, and just use 3 sticks to keep triple channel. There's not much to choose from for 12gb kits.

Are you doing any memory intensive tasks?

I had been considering a 3rd stick to keep it triple channel as well, but there is extremely minimal actual performance difference between dual and triple channel except in tasks that are sensitive to memory subsystem performance - or at least that appears to be the consensus from what I've been reading.

Not sure what motherboard you're using, but if you are set on triple channel, some support it with both 3, 4, and 6 sticks of ram. It is easier to find a good set of 4 in 2x2 that it is to find triple channel kits now.

Edit: Just noticed the motherboard is posted in your screenshot.

The Asus p6t deluxe v2 supports 4 dimms in triple channel, so that board might as well.
post #5298 of 12626
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The fastest I was able to get stable with CAS 7 was 1800.



I really should find out the fastest I can run CAS 6. I'd really like to run 3x4GB, but I don't see the point in investing in RAM that I wouldn't carry over to my next system.

Nice! I just booted to windows at 6-7-6-18 @1754mhz, but it only showed 2gb of ram.
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Are you doing any memory intensive tasks?

I had been considering a 3rd stick to keep it triple channel as well, but there is extremely minimal actual performance difference between dual and triple channel except in tasks that are sensitive to memory subsystem performance - or at least that appears to be the consensus from what I've been reading.

Not sure what motherboard you're using, but if you are set on triple channel, some support it with both 3, 4, and 6 sticks of ram. It is easier to find a good set of 4 in 2x2 that it is to find triple channel kits now.

Edit: Just noticed the motherboard is posted in your screenshot.

The Asus p6t deluxe v2 supports 4 dimms in triple channel, so that board might as well.
I don't use anything that is very demanding on memory. Just benchmarks, and stress test.
I will check to see if triple channel will work with 4 sticks. I read about that somewhere.
Edit: every bit of performance adds up, so that's why I got to run triple channel. Get the most from your system.
Just looked in my manual, and it does support 4 sticks for triple channel. smile.gif Thanks
Edited by Xp0c - 6/22/15 at 9:49pm
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post #5299 of 12626
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I think you'll be happy with the results. Even with my stable 4.3GHz clock, I am beating out my stable 4.0GHz i7 960 clock by almost 75% in Cinebench, from scores in the mid 500s to scores in the mid 900s.

nice oc , i see you have gtx 980 ti is there any Bottleneck with xeon or PCI E 16x 2 Gen?

because i have xeon 5670 oc 4.51Ghz Vcore 1.45v 24/7 and i decide to get 2x gtx 980 ti

i don't know if this good idea

sorry for bad english
post #5300 of 12626
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nice oc , i see you have gtx 980 ti is there any Bottleneck with xeon or PCI E 16x 2 Gen?

because i have xeon 5670 oc 4.51Ghz Vcore 1.45v 24/7 and i decide to get 2x gtx 980 ti

i don't know if this good idea

sorry for bad english

No idea yet, supply is limited and it is still on backorder. I will let you know if I get it in before you get yours. I am going to do a 3 part youtube series on the build. First one is going to be the hardware upgrades, second is the OC, third will be benchmarks when I get the card. I already have the footage for the first two parts, just have to edit it and turn it into a video. The last part will take awhile since I will be making graphs in Excel showing FPS in a handful of games and benchmarks. As well as min and max temps on the GPU.

You shouldn't see any bottleneck due to PCI-E 2.0 even if you ran three cards, 3 cards would be bottlenecked by the CPU, one card no, two cards.... I am unsure but my guess would be no or not by much, but possibly, an overclocked 5960X will run 1800-2000 in Cinebench if I am not mistaken and it will start to bottleneck 3 Titan X, so it is possibly that 2 980Ti would be bottlenecked by a X5675, but I would still say 2 cards would be much better than 1 and worth it if you have the money to spend on that sort of thing. If you just plan to run in 1080p, even 1080p surround though, I don't think you will need more than 1 card. I will post benchmarks soon as I can to give other people a better idea how these run on these old X58 boards with Xeons.
Edited by DunePilot - 6/23/15 at 4:43am
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