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

 
  • 9% (44)
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  • 8% (40)
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  • 11% (51)
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  • 24% (112)
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  • 40% (185)
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Ok this is rather vague so I have some questions for you.

-Have you tried pressing the "MemOK" button? -> NO, i will
-What red LEDs are lighting up before the motherboard restarts. -> i don't remember but maybe VGA and then CPU and stop
-How do you know you cleared it? Just removing the battery and re-installing it won't clear\reset the BIOS. -> CMOS moved jumper from 1-2 to 2-3. Got power for 10 secs and put back jumper from 2-3 to 1-2
-How many RAM modules are you using and are they dual or triple channel? Triple channel corsair Dominator (12Gb)
-What RAM slots are you using? [they are colored tan and dark brown] TAN color
-Are you sure the RAM is seated properly? Yes, because is in auto and work with " old " conf
-Do you have another CPU for testing purposes? If so, did you try installing the old CPU and checking to see if the motherboard passes the POST?
With the i7 920, all work normally
Thanks
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Very good question. Maybe a bit better performance, and a lot better latency going with the NVMe setup. But the big plus is the safety of getting away from RAID, which I have used on and off since the early 90's with great success. I think I read someone say that the 950 Pro gives us old x58 users something like 800 MB/s which is about 60 MB/s faster then what I have with 3 in raid 0. I think that is wrong though.

Watch the video below of a guy who put a Samsung 950 Pro onto his old x58 system and he is getting 1500 MB/s Sequential. I'm getting just barely under 750 MB/s SEQ using 3 SSD's, which is the fastest this board has ever performed.


THAT. IS. FRICKIN. AWE-SOME!!! WOW!!!
     
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THAT. IS. FRICKIN. AWE-SOME!!! WOW!!!

Isn't it though? Makes you look at those empty PCIe slots differently now doesn't it? LOL
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Isn't it though? Makes you look at those empty PCIe slots differently now doesn't it? LOL

I just had an issue with my sound card on my second PCIe slot causing my GPU to run in x8. After I switched the sound card off the slot my GPU started utilizing the full PCIe v2.0 x16 slot. It made a HUGE difference. It's got me thinking alot about PCIe slots lately. I think your post, in-part of a few others suggesting to do so, pushed me to swap out the card to a different slot, lol
     
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With the i7 920, all work normally
Thanks

In that case I would return the current W3530 and get another W3530.

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I just had an issue with my sound card on my second PCIe slot causing my GPU to run in x8. After I switched the sound card off the slot my GPU started utilizing the full PCIe v2.0 x16 slot. It made a HUGE difference. It's got me thinking alot about PCIe slots lately. I think your post, in-part of a few others suggesting to do so, pushed me to swap out the card to a different slot, lol

I'm thinking about getting some 1TB SSDs with PCIe.I'm guessing I'll have to get two 512GBs SSDs for the lowest price. Maybe that's better for the I'm thinking about moving my current HDDs and using them for backups [RAID 5 or something].
    
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In that case I would return the current W3530 and get another W3530.
Listen:
i can change the W3530 for another one or for a little less more price for a X5560 (95W TDP).
Do you think the C5560 is better thans W3530 in termos of Power and Overclock?
Is it compatible with the sabertooth X58?
Thanks in advance!
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I'm thinking about getting some 1TB SSDs with PCIe.I'm guessing I'll have to get two 512GBs SSDs for the lowest price. Maybe that's better for the I'm thinking about moving my current HDDs and using them for backups [RAID 5 or something].

That would be a good idea. I don't store much on my secondary SSD so keeping it on the SATA controller is financially optimal, unfortunately. I do love the looks of those numbers with that PCIe drive

Do you think the Sound card was, in some way, choking the GPU besides the x16 reduction to x8 PCIe 1.1?
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Hi Folks, new here by way of searching for answers.
I was thinking of my next rig and what to do but funds are tight at the moment so I started off by thinking I may upgrade my i7-920 mainly to see if i could get the temps down a bit when processing videos.

I noticed that actually getting an i7 on Ebay could be pretty cheap and perhaps a D0 version or a 950 might solve the problem and get a bit more speed although I'm not mad on getting insane OCs. I was never able to get anything above 3.6 - 3.8 with my 920 and the other day (which is what prompted me to re-evaluate) my temps when processing a video went into the 80s and I got a BSOD.

A good clean out and re-apply 2 yr old thermal paste brought it down to low 70s on heavy loading with HT on. But it's too close for me to keep worrying if I need to clean the dust out of my radiator. smile.gif

Ok so as I considered Ebay I kept seeing the Xeons on offer and although they cost more than I was going to spend to tide me over I decided to investigate and here I am as it appears that the P6T deluxe I have is up to it and I figure the 6 cores alone is probably worth considering plus I'm guessing that if I aim for a 3.6 to 4 Ghz clock I'll still make on better temperatures?

My main question is (and I have had a cursory search around for info) can anyone give advice to the OC settings I might be starting with.
I'm familiar with articles on i9xx OC procedures but not sure how they translate to the Xeon series.

Can anyone help specifically with the P6T board in mind?

I've not pulled the trigger yet on an ebay listing. I had an offer on a i950 but that was before seeing the Xeons and getting one is about 3 times what I'd pay for that although if I lower my expectations to the X5650 I can make it around twice the price which I think is ok . I'm guessing the Xeon will be a lot better.
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Hi Folks, new here by way of searching for answers.
I was thinking of my next rig and what to do but funds are tight at the moment so I started off by thinking I may upgrade my i7-920 mainly to see if i could get the temps down a bit when processing videos.

I noticed that actually getting an i7 on Ebay could be pretty cheap and perhaps a D0 version or a 950 might solve the problem and get a bit more speed although I'm not mad on getting insane OCs. I was never able to get anything above 3.6 - 3.8 with my 920 and the other day (which is what prompted me to re-evaluate) my temps when processing a video went into the 80s and I got a BSOD.

A good clean out and re-apply 2 yr old thermal paste brought it down to low 70s on heavy loading with HT on. But it's too close for me to keep worrying if I need to clean the dust out of my radiator. smile.gif

Ok so as I considered Ebay I kept seeing the Xeons on offer and although they cost more than I was going to spend to tide me over I decided to investigate and here I am as it appears that the P6T deluxe I have is up to it and I figure the 6 cores alone is probably worth considering plus I'm guessing that if I aim for a 3.6 to 4 Ghz clock I'll still make on better temperatures?

My main question is (and I have had a cursory search around for info) can anyone give advice to the OC settings I might be starting with.
I'm familiar with articles on i9xx OC procedures but not sure how they translate to the Xeon series.

Can anyone help specifically with the P6T board in mind?

I've not pulled the trigger yet on an ebay listing. I had an offer on a i950 but that was before seeing the Xeons and getting one is about 3 times what I'd pay for that although if I lower my expectations to the X5650 I can make it around twice the price which I think is ok . I'm guessing the Xeon will be a lot better.

I used this guide "back in the day"

http://www.overclock.net/t/538439/guide-to-overclocking-the-core-i7-920-or-930-to-4-0ghz



I used to be a 920 owner and upgraded to a 950 for better video encoding. The improvement wasn't that great.

The best improvement I saw was moving to an x5675.

4Ghz with a 200 fsb was easily achieved although I did need additional NorthBridge cooling for long-term heavy usage (e.g. encoding).

I also found the GPU encoding was faster than CPU encoding. Less heat and more stable. I used this:

http://www.mediacoderhq.com/download.htm
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Listen:
i can change the W3530 for another one or for a little less more price for a X5560 (95W TDP).
Do you think the C5560 is better thans W3530 in termos of Power and Overclock?
Is it compatible with the sabertooth X58?
Thanks in advance!

The C5560 is a beast! Best CPU ever. I'm guessing that C stands for "cool"?

Joking aside, the X5560 would be the better choice since most users here had no problems overclocking those bad boys. The W3530 isn't as power efficient as the X5560, gets hotter and has lower bandwidth [memory] overall. The W3530 will provide you with a little more headroom in the voltage requires, allowing you to push the volts\vCore to 1.375v opposed to the X5560 1.35v. I can't really tell you how well the W3530 will overclock since I don't own one, but I have read tons of users overclocking their X5660 with minor issues. Once you decided to go above 4.2Ghz - 4.4Ghz things start to get very warm and crazy with the X5560 or just about any CPU for that matter. The X5660 is a great CPU, but the only difference between it and the X5660 is that you get 1 extra multiplier. That's it. It might not be worth the extra price if it's a lot more than a cheap X5560.

Also make sure you buy from a bulk seller and not a person trying to sell less than 5 etc. Some people have cherry picked through the CPUs and are trying to sell off their bad investments. Avoid these people at all cost.


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That would be a good idea. I don't store much on my secondary SSD so keeping it on the SATA controller is financially optimal, unfortunately. I do love the looks of those numbers with that PCIe drive

Do you think the Sound card was, in some way, choking the GPU besides the x16 reduction to x8 PCIe 1.1?

Yes I do. It all depends on the manufacturer and how they setup the board. You can occupy all of the PCIe slots, but when someone has them all occupied you'll knock them all some or all of them down to x8 \ x4 \x2 and so on. Usually you can run two PCIe slots at x16\x16 and afterwards it'll drop to x8\x8x\4 and so on.

Ok I haven't gotten around to writing this stuff on my blog, but I have been meaning to for sometime now. Man I guess I need to make some time and finish writing up my X58 crap. Ok so basically You get X16\X16 if you have occupied two of the PCIe 2.0 x16 ports which is fine. Plenty of bandwidth. As said above once you occupy the another PCIe 2.0 x16 slow, it will run at x4 speed and slow you drop those two x16 slows down to x8/x8 respectfully. This depends on the manufacture in most cases. Worse case scenario is that you drop them down to x4\x4\x2\x2 when occupying many slots. This will definitely kill performance for gaming. My board comes with two PCIe 1.0 slots and a original PCI slot [eold school thumb.gif]. Occupying those slots diminishes speeds. Never had to use them since USB is supported by so many things like cameras, mics, soundcards\ sound interfaces etc.

In my case [Sabertooth X58] once I occupy both x16 slots and when I use the 3rd PCIe x16 slot it will only run at x4 speeds [x16\x16\x4]. Which is not the end of the world since x4 speeds is still 1GB\s which is more than enough for great SSDs speeds. The PCIe clock never slows down either, it's the bits that make the changes. So my GPUs running in SLI still has 32GBs of bandwidth which is more than enough for gaming. I only run a single card now.

PCIe 3.0 x8 [8GBs] isn't a big problem for GPUs, but PCIe 2.0 x8 [4GBs] and below can be a huge issue for us since we will lose bandwidth that comes out sloppy performance for many high end games.

Remove your sound card and benchmark to see what the outcome is. I use USB audio interfaces now instead of sound cards. They do the same exact thing, usually are cheaper and you don't have to worry about occupying a PCIe 1.0 or 2.0 slot. Usually the on-board audio is good enough for most users.
    
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