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

 
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post #8381 of 13130
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It really depends how lucky you get with the chip. Look for a B with low last two numbers and you'll probably have a better chance, especially on air.

Something like this for example: 3013B514

Ah thanks, I wish I would have seen that before pulling the trigger on Ebay. The guy had a lot of 12 with only 1 picture that said: "3045A094"
So chances are I got an 'A', but we'll see.
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Again, it really depends how lucky you get with a chip and how good the board is (better board = lower voltage). For example on my ASRock extreme and P6T 4.2ghz needed about 0.05v more than on my P6T Deluxe v2 and P6T6.

If you get lucky with a chip and have a good board you may be looking at 4.6ghz at 1.35v or so. If you get unlucky you'll be looking at 4ghz at 1.4v and high temps (avoid F batches).

Of course that goes without saying,m/b and chip are crucial in obtaining a good oc .I remember his Foxconn board it is a good board and assuming he gets an average chip he can hope for 4.3ghz with good fans.He is not getting 4.5-4.6ghz clocks even if he got the golden chip with megahalems.It doesn't have big diameter to dissipate the heat like a noctua,its performance is good depending on fan but that's about it.
post #8383 of 13130
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Ah thanks, I wish I would have seen that before pulling the trigger on Ebay. The guy had a lot of 12 with only 1 picture that said: "3045A094"
So chances are I got an 'A', but we'll see.
Yeah, those kind you never know unless you ask to give a list of the numbers. The Bloodrage is a good board so it should be able to get the most out of whatever you get. Batches don't mean everything, but they may help to increase the chances of getting a good chip. smile.gif

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Of course that goes without saying,m/b and chip are crucial in obtaining a good oc .I remember his Foxconn board it is a good board and assuming he gets an average chip he can hope for 4.3ghz with good fans.He is not getting 4.5-4.6ghz clocks even if he got the golden chip with megahalems.It doesn't have big diameter to dissipate the heat like a noctua,it's performance is good depending on fan but that's about it.

I think the Megahalems could handle a good B chip at 4.6ghz with some good fans, my NH-U14S can keep mine under 80c at load.
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Of course that goes without saying,m/b and chip are crucial in obtaining a good oc .I remember his Foxconn board it is a good board and assuming he gets an average chip he can hope for 4.3ghz with good fans.He is not getting 4.5-4.6ghz clocks even if he got the golden chip with megahalems.It doesn't have big diameter to dissipate the heat like a noctua,its performance is good depending on fan but that's about it.

Aye the Foxconn Bloodrage is a good board - back when I bought it there was a lot of talk about it here on these forums. If I can get 4.2 I'll be very happy. 4.3.....ecstatic.

I had good luck with my 920. Hopefully will get lucky twice in a row now with the incoming X5675
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I think the Megahalems could handle a good B chip at 4.6ghz with some good fans, my NH-U14S can keep mine under 80c at load.[/quote]

Your NH-U14S takes 140mm fans while megahalems 120mm at least rev .b which i have and the fans that i use the yate loon 2000rpm are the best as i mentioned without sounding like jet lift off.
http://www.overclockers.com/65-fans-tested-megahalems/

I would be shocked if your noctua can handle an 4.6ghz oc and Intel Burn Test on very high without exceeding 80c but i could be wrong smile.gif
post #8386 of 13130
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Ok cool thanks! I have 2 120mm's in a push/pull on the Megahalem. My core i7 920 runs pretty stable at 3.8GHz. I did no research on steppings or anything for the Xeon X5675 so hopefully I get a decent one. I used to run 4.0GHz stable on the i7 920 but over the years it has become unstable so I lowered to 3.8. I also haven't cleaned the Megahalem ever so it's due for that before I put in the X5675. Also some new thermal paste.

Since you are spending some money on your x58 setup, it might be worth upgrading fans (depending on what you have now). Do what you can to keep those temps reasonable and preserve your motherboard - x58 mobos that haven't been abused are getting very rare.

Check out this list for more info - http://www.overclock.net/t/1274407/fans-the-most-complete-and-comprehensive-array-of-tests-and-benchmarks

I haven't personally used the Yate Loons that were suggested, but they are probably a solid option. My best results have been with push/pull Sycthe Ultra Kaze fans hooked to a fan controller that keeps relatively silent at about 50% rpm.
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Your NH-U14S takes 140mm fans while megahalems 120mm at least rev .b which i have and the fans that i use the yate loon 2000rpm are the best as i mentioned without sounding like jet lift off.
http://www.overclockers.com/65-fans-tested-megahalems/

I would be shocked if your noctua can handle an 4.6ghz oc and Intel Burn Test on very high without exceeding 80c but i could be wrong smile.gif

Well, the A15 has 120mm mounts, so they would also fit on the megahalems.

Depends on ambient, but it didn't have an issue staying under 80c in IBT in my testing in the winter (probably 20c ambient). Ultimately I ended up at 4.44ghz@1.325v for 24/7 and it would max at around 70c.
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Your NH-U14S takes 140mm fans while megahalems 120mm at least rev .b which i have and the fans that i use the yate loon 2000rpm are the best as i mentioned without sounding like jet lift off.
http://www.overclockers.com/65-fans-tested-megahalems/

I would be shocked if your noctua can handle an 4.6ghz oc and Intel Burn Test on very high without exceeding 80c but i could be wrong smile.gif

Depends on ambient, but it didn't have an issue keeping it under 80c in IBT in my testing in the winter (probably 20c ambient). Ultimately I ended up at 4.44ghz@1.325v for 24/7 and it would max at around 70c.[/quote]

That's a very good chip and clock and apparently your noctua is a much better cooler than megahalems,rivalling nh-d14 unless some different batch chips run far cooler on same clocks than others.
post #8389 of 13130
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That's a very good chip and clock and apparently your noctua is a much better cooler than megahalems,rivalling nh-d14 unless some different batch chips run far cooler on same clocks than others.

The B's certainly run cooler in my experience.
http://www.dvtests.com/noctua-nh-u14s-test-and-review/
According to that the Megahalems is pretty close, may not be that close on these chips, especially at higher clocks.
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Damn you guys know your stuff! Thanks for all the help so far.
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