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

 
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OMG.

Prime was running for like 20 hours. Then I decide to play Rocket League with prime running since is not CPU intensive. After a match, it crashed. Doesnt even have a BSOD.
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OMG.

Prime was running for like 20 hours. Then I decide to play Rocket League with prime running since is not CPU intensive. After a match, it crashed. Doesnt even have a BSOD.

Are you within spec of your PSU rails? If your machine just reboots randomly with no BSOD it could be the PSU over current protection.
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Are you within spec of your PSU rails? If your machine just reboots randomly with no BSOD it could be the PSU over current protection.

I should be within. I have a Corsair TX650W, but is almost 6 years old.
According to this, my system should pull about 564W.

post #7054 of 12623
Do an AC ripple test on the 12v, 5v, and 3.3v legs of the power supply under full load. 12V should be under 120mV, and the rest should be under 50mV. If the ripple is close or exceed those values, replace your power supply. (or alternatively replace the capacitors with better quality new equivalents) After 4-5 years, many power supplies start to exceed ripple specification due to capacitor degradation.

Just by running Prime on your CPU, you aren't stressing the whole system all at once. You'll want to involve more components in the test such as your HDD/SDD, RAM, GPU, peripherals, etc.
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Is it a good idea to have your QPI speed equal to or greater than the Uncore speed?
     
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Is it a good idea to have your QPI speed equal to or greater than the Uncore speed?

I think I've been running my QPI near its limit at about 7.8GT/s but I've been running the uncore faster at about 4009 (which was 2xRAM). Faster uncore definitely gives you better memory bandwidth benchmarks so may have some slight real world benefit.

So I think the answer to your question is no.

I had a fun day today. I discovered that yesterdays BCLK limit of 232 could be improved by increasing the PCIe bus frequency. I can post the detailed steps if anyone cares but I got to 255 BCLK by raising the PCIe to 118:

PCIe - BCLK - CPU MULTI - DRAM
118 - 255 - 18 - 2044

Where I got memtest past test 3.

That was limited by my RAM or uncore because I carried on going and 260 BCLK was failing with memory errors in memtest. Reducing the memory multi didn't help.

255 BCLK is higher than any other Rampage II Gene on HWBOT so I went back to try to boot Windows and get validation but couldn't get back to it. I'm again thinking I might have toasted the CPU because my stable OC is again no longer working. I'm hoping for another miraculous recovery overnight.
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I forgot to post my UT4 Direct X12 results. Here are my results running a stock Fury X with the latest Crimson drivers. I didn't record everything I normally do because I randomly joined a matches online. Plus it takes a long time to get all of that data. Here are the basics that gamers care about. These are the results from the two matches I played:

Unreal Tournament 4 - DirectX 12 [Epic Settings] – 2560x1440
AMD R9 Fury X @ Stock Settings [Crimson 16.1 [1/17/2016] Drivers]
X5660@4.6Ghz
RAM: DDR3-1600Mhz
FPS Avg: 110fps
FPS Max: 143fps
FPS Min: 51fps
Frame time Avg: 9.11ms


Unreal Tournament 4 - DirectX 12 [Epic Settings] – 3840×2160 [4K]
AMD R9 Fury X @ Stock Settings [Crimson 16.1 [1/17/2016] Drivers]
X5660@4.6Ghz
RAM: DDR3-1600Mhz
FPS Avg: 58fps
FPS Max: 128fps
FPS Min: 28fps
Frame time Avg: 17.29ms

I was getting hundreds of frames at 1080p. During gameplay it was above 140fps for sure. I didn't bench 1080p since I never play at that resolution, but for a fast paced game like this I probably should.

I never really overclock my Fury X since it gives me great performance at stock settings. I can overclock it and run some test one day.

Very nice, Kana. I've been getting wind about DX12 and I am unsure if it was included in the build. Did you see anything that states it was?
     
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I think I've been running my QPI near its limit at about 7.8GT/s but I've been running the uncore faster at about 4009 (which was 2xRAM). Faster uncore definitely gives you better memory bandwidth benchmarks so may have some slight real world benefit.

So I think the answer to your question is no.

I had a fun day today. I discovered that yesterdays BCLK limit of 232 could be improved by increasing the PCIe bus frequency. I can post the detailed steps if anyone cares but I got to 255 BCLK by raising the PCIe to 118:

PCIe - BCLK - CPU MULTI - DRAM
118 - 255 - 18 - 2044

Where I got memtest past test 3.

That was limited by my RAM or uncore because I carried on going and 260 BCLK was failing with memory errors in memtest. Reducing the memory multi didn't help.

255 BCLK is higher than any other Rampage II Gene on HWBOT so I went back to try to boot Windows and get validation but couldn't get back to it. I'm again thinking I might have toasted the CPU because my stable OC is again no longer working. I'm hoping for another miraculous recovery overnight.

Check out this post:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1489955/official-x58-xeon-club/6500#post_24545518

Most importantly this part:
Quote:
PCIe Frequency = Leave it alone @ 100Mhz. Some fools push it well above 105Mhz which will eventually lead to problems over time or worse....dead SSDs\HDDs and \or data loss. You can also destroy components on the MB as well. Good luck to those who change it. Best Bet = AUTO.

You can take anything I say with a grain of salt and that's your choice. You can push anything as high as you want on any X58 motherboard. They all basically have the sa,e features overall. That doesn't mean that it is necessary [pushing high voltage\high settings] to hit high overclock frequencies. I can hit more than 4.8Ghz -5.1Ghz+ without even thinking about touching the PCIe Frequency. I know exactly what it is capable of. It can kill the CPU and other components believe it or not. There's a reason why Intel no longer allows overclockers to tweak the PCIe frequency and especially not the voltage. AFAIK it's tied to other things on the X79 [DMI\BCLK] and I haven't heard any mention of PCIe on X99 MBs. Just be careful with certain settings.


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Very nice, Kana. I've been getting wind about DX12 and I am unsure if it was included in the build. Did you see anything that states it was?

Well I couldn't use my old program I wrote to for DX11 to capture ANYTHING in the game! No frame times, frames, frame rates etc. UT4 wasn't having it. So that made me believe that it was indeed running DX12. Thankfully there's plenty of DX12 info out there and I was able to solve my problem and I guess you say I got a "beta" of my benchmark running. I really can't wait to get my hands on Vulkan!

So no I didn't see anything that states it, but like I said above my custom DX11 program wasn't doing anything. I still have more work to do with the the DX12, but I'm satisfied with the results.

I probably need to test more levels for a better average. I basically just joined some games and played for roughly 10 minutes. I'd say the performance was great, especially at high resolutions. I'm sure most people will at the fastest possible resolution [below 1080p]\720p] for the advantages. Will wait for the official word on a DX12 updates. It appears that it's definitely there.
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Any of you know off the top of your head if this will work? I have Win7 on one drive, Win 10 on another drive. I have a lot of pictures and video I need to dump because it's filling up the SSDs. Can I get a third drive and simply make a video and picture folder on it and drag and drop some of the videos and pictures and will it be accessible from both Win 7 drive and Win 10 drive? I have no plans at all to change directories or anything I just want to drag and drop the files I want to dump on the "media drive" if you will.
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Any of you know off the top of your head if this will work? I have Win7 on one drive, Win 10 on another drive. I have a lot of pictures and video I need to dump because it's filling up the SSDs. Can I get a third drive and simply make a video and picture folder on it and drag and drop some of the videos and pictures and will it be accessible from both Win 7 drive and Win 10 drive? I have no plans at all to change directories or anything I just want to drag and drop the files I want to dump on the "media drive" if you will.

I don't see why they both wouldn't be able to access it.
     
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