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

 
  • 9% (44)
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  • 24% (112)
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  • 41% (191)
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post #7071 of 12602
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What should I used then?
I would recommend running Prime for the CPU, Furmark for the GPU, and Atto for your storage drive. Then you can use an oscilloscope to measure your AC ripple on the power supply. Or you could alternatively use a decent digital multi-meter that has a fast enough response time to measure AC ripple. (the cheap radio shack type won't cut it)
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post #7072 of 12602
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You should try stressing at least the GPU and the CPU at the same time. I used the CUDA nbody sim under Linux to stress the GPU but I've seen people mention Furmark as a good GPU stress test. You could also run an HDD benchmark at the same time if you have mechanical drives. A random IO benchmark that does a lot of seeks would use the most power. For SSDs, you would need to do streaming sequential writes. HDD and SSD power consumption is small compared to CPU and GPU though unless you have a lot of them.

I didn't bother doing this for my PSU because it was obviously cutting out and I replaced it with an Antec Hi Current Pro 1300W PSU which is a great PSU. But I did do the same test as a thermal stress test for the cooling. Thermal stress test is the same as the PSU test because max heat generation corresponds to max current demand on the PSU.

I probably going to switch my PSU and wait until i get a new one before any more OC.

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I would recommend running Prime for the CPU, Furmark for the GPU, and Atto for your storage drive. Then you can use an oscilloscope to measure your AC ripple on the power supply. Or you could alternatively use a decent digital multi-meter that has a fast enough response time to measure AC ripple. (the cheap radio shack type won't cut it)

I dont have any fancy equipment.
post #7073 of 12602
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I dont have any fancy equipment.
A cheap and fairly decent tool to have on hand is a DSO Nano pocket oscilloscope. It helps a lot with troubleshooting so you can narrow down a problem without spending $100+ on swapping out components unnecessarily. It's extremely helpful if you're overclocking.
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post #7074 of 12602
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I dont have any fancy equipment.

With some very basic electronics (a voltage divider -- 2 resistors -- and maybe a DC blocking capacitor) you could use the line in on your sound card to measure the ripple.

It's quicker just to stress everything and see if it falls over though.
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post #7075 of 12602
Hey guys, I'm currently in the process of hopefully joining the club soon. I've got a couple questions about my board.

I've got the EVGA X58 rev 1.1

Would I need to mod it or can I drop a xeon right in?
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post #7076 of 12602
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Hey guys, I'm currently in the process of hopefully joining the club soon. I've got a couple questions about my board.

I've got the EVGA X58 rev 1.1

Would I need to mod it or can I drop a xeon right in?

What exact board? I have an EVGA X58 E760 A1, Rev 1.0 and it needed a mod.
     
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post #7077 of 12602
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What exact board? I have an EVGA X58 E760 A1, Rev 1.0 and it needed a mod.

I'll have to check tonight, all I know is its a rev 1.1.

Here is a link to the exact board I bought: http://m.newegg.com/Product/index?itemNumber=N82E16813188046

Apparently a rev 1.2 is pictured, but that's the link I get from my order history.
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post #7078 of 12602
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Originally Posted by mysticstryk View Post

I'll have to check tonight, all I know is its a rev 1.1.

Here is a link to the exact board I bought: http://m.newegg.com/Product/index?itemNumber=N82E16813188046

Apparently a rev 1.2 is pictured, but that's the link I get from my order history.

I've heard of those boards working with Xeons, but if anyone else knows for sure please chime in.
     
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post #7079 of 12602
Hi folks,

I've finally got my Xeon x5650 up and running on my Asus P6T deluxe board but have one annoying problem that didn't exist before.

My SSD boot drive gets re-ordered after a shutdown.

Firstly this was bugging me when I was isolating Bclk. Everytime I upped my Bclk and rebooted I'd have to re-order the boot drive and sometimes this would have to be done several times before it would stick.

Now that I've found my target and am happy with the OC, the Bios will re-order the boot drives everytime it is shutdown so I have to go into the bios and set it up each time.

Since this problem wasn't there with my i920 I'm trying to find out what might I try to change to stop this happening.
My theory is that after shutdown the SSD somehow doesn't get recognised first time round so the bios tries to boot from a different drive.

This seems to be supported by the fact that once I've got it booting and do a restart it's fine till I shut down again.

Has anyone experienced this problem - is there a setting that might help here?
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post #7080 of 12602
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Originally Posted by wiretap View Post

A cheap and fairly decent tool to have on hand is a DSO Nano pocket oscilloscope. It helps a lot with troubleshooting so you can narrow down a problem without spending $100+ on swapping out components unnecessarily. It's extremely helpful if you're overclocking.

I probably going to switch to a HX750 that I have in the other system that I have. Need to wait until spring break before I can do anything.
Even if I get that, I probably dont even know what to do with it.
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Hi folks,

I've finally got my Xeon x5650 up and running on my Asus P6T deluxe board but have one annoying problem that didn't exist before.

My SSD boot drive gets re-ordered after a shutdown.

Firstly this was bugging me when I was isolating Bclk. Everytime I upped my Bclk and rebooted I'd have to re-order the boot drive and sometimes this would have to be done several times before it would stick.

Now that I've found my target and am happy with the OC, the Bios will re-order the boot drives everytime it is shutdown so I have to go into the bios and set it up each time.

Since this problem wasn't there with my i920 I'm trying to find out what might I try to change to stop this happening.
My theory is that after shutdown the SSD somehow doesn't get recognised first time round so the bios tries to boot from a different drive.

This seems to be supported by the fact that once I've got it booting and do a restart it's fine till I shut down again.

Has anyone experienced this problem - is there a setting that might help here?

Plug the SSD to port 0.
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