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

 
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  • 10% (53)
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  • 23% (113)
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post #6541 of 13088
Hey guys,

I'd like to thank you all for the great job your doing around the X58 platform. I recently bought X5675 for €125 but my DFi LP T3e-H8 refused to work with it. I read this thread as quick as I could to find out the P6Ts were a safe bet. I still feel like an idiot because I replaced my P6T Deluxe v2 with the DFi in 2010 ...

I found a complete S1366 rig, monitor included for €200 this week on the local version of Craig's list/Gum Tree. I was pumped to put my hands on P6T Deluxe. It ain't a v2 but the guy I've bought it from was in his mid 50s and never overclocked or stressed the built much. Meaning the P6T Deluxe should last few more years, fingers crossed.

Haven't done much with the overclocking on the P6T yet. It runs at 3.6ghz for now with everything at stock and it's cooler than my 920 D0 at 2.66 ... Those 95W TDP Xeon look the business. I do need to polish my OS before going any further with the X5675. 4ghz being my goal so far.

I never owned a platform for so long. Like many of you here. I can't justify the switch, except for native sata3 ...
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Found this, thought it might help



http://www.techreaction.net/2010/09/07/3-step-overclocking-guide-bloomfield-and-gulftown/
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post #6543 of 13088
Quote:
Originally Posted by greywarden View Post

Found this, thought it might help



http://www.techreaction.net/2010/09/07/3-step-overclocking-guide-bloomfield-and-gulftown/

greywarden,

That's perfect, so glad you posted that because I was working with my system as well as my wife's (i7 950, MSI X58 Big Bang) and it was annoying and a bit confusing flipping back and forth between the Asus and MSI bios.
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post #6544 of 13088
Hi all.

I´ve just upgraded to a x5650 and my pc got snappier. I´m going through the whole thread to catch up on xeons but it is massive.

For starters I set BCLK to 160, memory at 1603, manual timings and also about 1.8x uncore, all voltages on auto.

What I have clear right now is never go over 1.35v on QPI, and try to run uncore between 1.5x and 1.8-1.9v, however I´m lost with vcore. My old i7 950 was at 3.6 with 1.12 vcore (I was using Xmisery template).

My question is if it´s safe to use previous i7 950 values or the templates I´ve seen in several threads, I can see a lot of people with different voltages for the same speed, and I´m kinda lost.

Could you give me some advise on values to start on?, I´m not a big fan of extreme OC, my plan is to reach a fully stable 3.8, maybe 4.0 in the future...

I have a p6X58D-E mobo, and 3x4Gb Gskill ripjaws @1600MHz 9-9-9-24.

Thank you very much in advance.

P.S: I´ll try to upload validation...
post #6545 of 13088
These Xeons normally need less voltage than the i7, so those templates might have too much voltage.

For 3.8GHz, you might not even need to touch the vcore. Intel's maximum recommended vcore is 1.35v. if you want the chip to last a long time, I would try not to go above that.
post #6546 of 13088
Quote:
Originally Posted by Exar661 View Post

Hi all.

I´ve just upgraded to a x5650 and my pc got snappier. I´m going through the whole thread to catch up on xeons but it is massive.

For starters I set BCLK to 160, memory at 1603, manual timings and also about 1.8x uncore, all voltages on auto.

What I have clear right now is never go over 1.35v on QPI, and try to run uncore between 1.5x and 1.8-1.9v, however I´m lost with vcore. My old i7 950 was at 3.6 with 1.12 vcore (I was using Xmisery template).

My question is if it´s safe to use previous i7 950 values or the templates I´ve seen in several threads, I can see a lot of people with different voltages for the same speed, and I´m kinda lost.

Could you give me some advise on values to start on?, I´m not a big fan of extreme OC, my plan is to reach a fully stable 3.8, maybe 4.0 in the future...

I have a p6X58D-E mobo, and 3x4Gb Gskill ripjaws @1600MHz 9-9-9-24.

Thank you very much in advance.

P.S: I´ll try to upload validation...

I have a P6X58D-E with a X5675 and Gskil Sniper DDR3-1600 9-9-9-24. So simular set up to yours. I am currently using 160 BCLK as well, but I was using a 200 BCLK too. There is a whole thread here dedicated to the P6X58D -E and Premium variants as well. Most people are able to do 20 mult with a 200 BCLK. I got 21*200 with my X5675 but it seems smoother at 23*160 really. Perhaps needed more voltage. I keep the uncore at 2x. I've tried using 180 BCLK with no luck. Core voltage I keep at or below 1.35, temps I keep below 80C which are the Intel specs. Memory voltage can't go over 1.5v either according to spec. I'm using 1.5v although the Snipers are suppose to be able to run at 1.35. Seemed like I had lockups at that voltage. My memory doesnt like to go over 1600 either, its okay at 1604 but won't boot at 1650. I want to run my rigs 24/7, so I am looking for longevity rather than extreme performance.

As for voltages, depends on your model of Xeon, my X5675 can do 4Ghz around 1.29v, where my X5660 needs about 1.33-1.34. When I had a X5650, it needed 1.35v for 4Ghz. The older i7 were Bloomfield which was based on a 45nm lithography, and needed more voltage. These Xeons are 32nm, less voltage needed, runs cooler.

Link is here: http://www.overclock.net/t/662236/official-the-asus-p6x58d-premium-e-thread/0_20

EDIT: added link.
Edited by spdaimon - 11/2/15 at 7:32am
post #6547 of 13088
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Originally Posted by spdaimon View Post

I have a P6X58D-E with a X5675 and Gskil Sniper DDR3-1600 9-9-9-24. So simular set up to yours. I am currently using 160 BCLK as well, but I was using a 200 BCLK too. There is a whole thread here dedicated to the P6X58D -E and Premium variants as well. Most people are able to do 20 mult with a 200 BCLK. I got 21*200 with my X5675 but it seems smoother at 23*160 really. Perhaps needed more voltage. I keep the uncore at 2x. I've tried using 180 BCLK with no luck. Core voltage I keep at or below 1.35, temps I keep below 80C which are the Intel specs. Memory voltage can't go over 1.5v either according to spec. I'm using 1.5v although the Snipers are suppose to be able to run at 1.35. Seemed like I had lockups at that voltage. My memory doesnt like to go over 1600 either, its okay at 1604 but won't boot at 1650. I want to run my rigs 24/7, so I am looking for longevity rather than extreme performance.

As for voltages, depends on your model of Xeon, my X5675 can do 4Ghz around 1.29v, where my X5660 needs about 1.33-1.34. When I had a X5650, it needed 1.35v for 4Ghz. The older i7 were Bloomfield which was based on a 45nm lithography, and needed more voltage. These Xeons are 32nm, less voltage needed, runs cooler.

Link is here: http://www.overclock.net/t/662236/official-the-asus-p6x58d-premium-e-thread/0_20

EDIT: added link.

Thanks spdaimon, I went all the way P6x58D-E thread, and also the same very different voltages. Also I read everywhere that Westmere are 32nm and Nehalem are 45nm hence Westmere need less voltage, however most Nehalems I´ve had or I read about always need less voltage for the same speeds. I don´t understand...

Also thanks xxpenguinxx, I will try 3.8 everything on auto.

For example the template for 3.8 just uses 1.156v for vcore, and pretty much everybody I read uses more than that...

http://www.overclock.net/t/662236/official-the-asus-p6x58d-premium-e-thread/160#post_8440597
Edited by Exar661 - 11/2/15 at 7:57am
post #6548 of 13088
Proud owner of a X5675@4.42GHz@1.34V. Mobo ASUS P6T Deluxe. No reason to push the voltages any higher.

http://valid.x86.fr/2p1nf9
post #6549 of 13088
Motherboard is here! (Rampage III Gene),

Powers on, posts, starts to load windows ... resets :/

Anyone care to offer some troubleshooting advice?

Xeon L5649, 4GB RipJaws DDR3 (1333), 970 G1 Gaming, Aurum 550 80+ PSU, 750GB Seagate Momentus (nothing else is plugged in). Bios defaults. Not overclocked.

PC posts, everything is set to bios defaults. Bios is updated to latest per ASUS website, the issue is that it just will not load windows.

The windows loading splash screen pops up for less than second and then PC reboots. Same happens if I try windows repair, and also reboots if attempting safe mode or loading linux from CD.

Please - can anyone help?
post #6550 of 13088
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Originally Posted by voxson5 View Post

Motherboard is here! (Rampage III Gene),

Powers on, posts, starts to load windows ... resets :/

Anyone care to offer some troubleshooting advice?

Xeon L5649, 4GB RipJaws DDR3 (1333), 970 G1 Gaming, Aurum 550 80+ PSU, 750GB Seagate Momentus (nothing else is plugged in). Bios defaults. Not overclocked.

PC posts, everything is set to bios defaults. Bios is updated to latest per ASUS website, the issue is that it just will not load windows.

The windows loading splash screen pops up for less than second and then PC reboots. Same happens if I try windows repair, and also reboots if attempting safe mode or loading linux from CD.

Please - can anyone help?

Is this a fresh new windows installation?
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