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BTW the W3530 & X5560 are both Nehalem D0's so around 1.45V is fine for 24/7. Both should do around 4-4.2GHz but don't expect much more than that.

I think a E5640 would be a better choice since it's a westmere chip so it'll run cooler and may overclock better. It looks to be about the same price too.
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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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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


Thanks for the advice. Although the guide you link to is for the i9xx series. I was really trying to find out about the differences for overclocking the x56xx series. That guide though looks good anyway and it's one that I haven't come across, so thanks for the heads up on that one.

I'll also take a look at the mediacoder link but it's not all I do with this computer and I'm used to my current set of tools.

The X5675 would be great but it's very expensive still and not viable IMO as a stop gap. At the prices I see it at I'd be better to go x99 or the newer 6th gen with motherboard change as I'd get Sata 3 and usb 3 which I don't have and the cards I've put in to try to solve the situation have been unstable. So I think at the moment I'm looking at the x5650 or at a pinch the x5660, this seems to be the best bang for the buck and not to much to spend for a fair while. This is still a good rig and when playing games I've honestly not been bothered by performance issues.
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post #6963 of 12443
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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.
I will go for the X5560. i can buy it for 30€ box wink.gif
post #6964 of 12443
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Originally Posted by DR4G00N View Post

BTW the W3530 & X5560 are both Nehalem D0's so around 1.45V is fine for 24/7. Both should do around 4-4.2GHz but don't expect much more than that.

I think a E5640 would be a better choice since it's a westmere chip so it'll run cooler and may overclock better. It looks to be about the same price too.
E5640 works with Asus sabertooth X58?
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E5640 works with Asus sabertooth X58?
Yes, it will work fine with the latest bios installed on the motherboard.
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post #6966 of 12443
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Thanks for the advice. Although the guide you link to is for the i9xx series. I was really trying to find out about the differences for overclocking the x56xx series. That guide though looks good anyway and it's one that I haven't come across, so thanks for the heads up on that one.

I'll also take a look at the mediacoder link but it's not all I do with this computer and I'm used to my current set of tools.

The X5675 would be great but it's very expensive still and not viable IMO as a stop gap. At the prices I see it at I'd be better to go x99 or the newer 6th gen with motherboard change as I'd get Sata 3 and usb 3 which I don't have and the cards I've put in to try to solve the situation have been unstable. So I think at the moment I'm looking at the x5650 or at a pinch the x5660, this seems to be the best bang for the buck and not to much to spend for a fair while. This is still a good rig and when playing games I've honestly not been bothered by performance issues.

Don't waste your money on the i7 950. It was a great chip in its day, but you can overclock your 920 to those speeds, you won't be gaining anything.

Get the X5650. The extra cores will help with encoding, and its very easy to overclock. All you'll be getting extra over it with the higher chips in the series, like the X5675, is higher multipliers, which aren't necessary for a mild overclock.

Overclocking i7 9xx chips is the same in principle. Just don't exceed 1.35v for vcore and QPI/Vtt and you'll be fine.

I suggest this guide.
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Yes, it will work fine with the latest bios installed on the motherboard.
E5640 boutht!
i'll cross the finger this time.
i will update you.thumb.gif
Thanks all!
post #6968 of 12443
@Kana-Maru The way the E760 A1 is setup is there is an x1 PCIe slot at the very top. Has to be enabled through the bios to work.

Here is a pic to explain the slots:



I have my Intel Nic at the x1 slot at the very top (black slot). Next in PCIE_x16x/8_1 is my GPU (GTX 670) then I use to have my PCIe sound card in the slot below it PCIE_x8_2 (the 2 stands for slot 2 btw) I since moved it the next slot below it PCIE_x16/x8_3. Huge improvement. The bottom slot is not occupied. So I'm thinking it can't get any better than this. It appears if there is a card below any of the PCIE_x16/x8 slots it will drop the x16 slot to an x8 or x4, making the x16/x8 slots the primary x16 slots.

EDIT: I'm curious if I drop the Intel NIC to the bottom PCIE_x8 slot if there will be any improvement. All I do is game on the machine.
Edited by OCmember - 1/31/16 at 5:51pm
     
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Disable the 2nd Ethernet port and the JMicron sata/pata controller. That will give you back 2 pcie lanes for use with your other pcie devices. May help a bit.
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Disable the 2nd Ethernet port and the JMicron sata/pata controller. That will give you back 2 pcie lanes for use with your other pcie devices. May help a bit.


I may have it as best as it can get. I do have both Ethernet ports disabled, and the JMicron ports disabled. Is there anything else that I could do to make improvements?
     
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