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

 
  • 10% (49)
    More than 1 year
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post #8451 of 12893
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Yeah I guess the 2670's do go for a bit less now. But you want to make sure to get a matched pair. Also, TLCH723 was wanting 128gb. 128gb of 1600mhz reg ecc is around $220-240.

That Intel board only will run 1333 memory for some reason with the e5-2670 CPUs.
I tried running faster with some 1866 memory and no go. I forget why, but the thread at [H] said why, but I am not going to go look right now. I think I tried my Asus board too and no go, 1333 was all she wrote.

I never ran matched pair, in my dual lga 1366 I even ran a e5620 and an e5645 together with no problems at all.
Ran x5650 with a x5660 and they ran fine, running SMP it ran at the lower CPU speed.
Work units that were one core per one work unit the CPUs ran at their rated speed.

I did not try to mix an E series with a X series, I won't try it either!!
post #8452 of 12893
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That Intel board only will run 1333 memory for some reason with the e5-2670 CPUs.
I tried running faster with some 1866 memory and no go. I forget why, but the thread at [H] said why, but I am not going to go look right now. I think I tried my Asus board too and no go, 1333 was all she wrote.

I never ran matched pair, in my dual lga 1366 I even ran a e5620 and an e5645 together with no problems at all.
Ran x5650 with a x5660 and they ran fine, running SMP it ran at the lower CPU speed.
Work units that were one core per one work unit the CPUs ran at their rated speed.

I did not try to mix an E series with a X series, I won't try it either!!

That's strange as natex sells 1600mhz with that board. Are you sure that your board was setting the timings correctly or maybe your memory isn't fully compatible?
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So, in short, I should NOT buy a 2P x58 system as I can go for a 2011v1 system around the same price.
Thank you all!!
post #8454 of 12893
So much talk lately about memory speeds etc having pretty high impact on fps so I wonder can I up my RAM:s to something better or will my x5670 or mobo not support it?

CPU: x5670
Mobo: Asus P6T SE
DDR: 6GB of 1333 DDR3

What is best memory I can get for this?

I have done some checking and I guess 1333 is max? But I think I have seen some people here talking and having more than that.

http://ark.intel.com/products/47920/Intel-Xeon-Processor-X5670-12M-Cache-2_93-GHz-6_40-GTs-Intel-QPI
Says DDR3 800/1066/1333

http://www.cnet.com/products/asus-p6t-se-motherboard-atx-lga1366-socket-x58/specs/
Says 1066 MHz, 1333 MHz, 1600 MHz, 1800 MHz, 2000 MHz
Edited by Vipu - 6/20/16 at 8:41am
post #8455 of 12893
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So much talk lately about memory speeds etc having pretty high impact on fps so I wonder can I up my RAM:s to something better or will my x5670 or mobo not support it?

CPU: x5670
Mobo: Asus P6T SE
DDR: 6GB of 1333 DDR3

What is best memory I can get for this?

I have done some checking and I guess 1333 is max? But I think I have seen some people here talking and having more than that.

http://ark.intel.com/products/47920/Intel-Xeon-Processor-X5670-12M-Cache-2_93-GHz-6_40-GTs-Intel-QPI
Says DDR3 800/1066/1333

http://www.cnet.com/products/asus-p6t-se-motherboard-atx-lga1366-socket-x58/specs/
Says 1066 MHz, 1333 MHz, 1600 MHz, 1800 MHz, 2000 MHz

You can run up to 2000-2133mhz memory (some run higher) with the tightest timings available. lower voltage always a plus. I personally love the kit i run, and have had quite a few people here go pick it up. Cheap, and very fast. Down in my signature
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That's strange as natex sells 1600mhz with that board. Are you sure that your board was setting the timings correctly or maybe your memory isn't fully compatible?

Maybe* it will run 1600 with registered ram. It will not with unregistered memory. I went back and found the post.
*I say maybe only because I can not say for sure 100% it will or not.
I did try unregistered and it runs at 1333.
Either way it is a heck of a work horse.

As far as 1366 VS 2011. either dual CPU system is a good work horse for crunching data. The 2011 CPUs have AVX and if your software can use that instruction then that's the way to go.
post #8457 of 12893
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Maybe* it will run 1600 with registered ram. It will not with unregistered memory. I went back and found the post.
*I say maybe only because I can not say for sure 100% it will or not.
I did try unregistered and it runs at 1333.
Either way it is a heck of a work horse.

As far as 1366 VS 2011. either dual CPU system is a good work horse for crunching data. The 2011 CPUs have AVX and if your software can use that instruction then that's the way to go.

According to the specs it should support up to 1866mhz.
http://ark.intel.com/products/66133/Intel-Server-Board-S2600CP2J?q=S2600CP2J
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According to the specs it should support up to 1866mhz.
http://ark.intel.com/products/66133/Intel-Server-Board-S2600CP2J?q=S2600CP2J

If I remember right I think I had the e5-2670, memory running at 1866 on my x79 Asus Sabertooth. It was a while ago and that chip did not stay in that Sabertooth for long at all. I got the dual boards and bought a e5-1650 to drop in and overclock.
It is Gskill 1866 and I had it in quad channel. All I can say is try it and see what happens.
When I tried it on that dual Intel 2011 the Gskill 1866 ran at 1333.
The thread over at H, I know you posted in this thread. Read Post 43 - 49
All I can say regular ram will work with chip and board, but runs at 1333. Looks like V2 Maybe* will run 1866, I don't know. Hope priced drop soon and maybe I'll find out smile.gif
https://hardforum.com/threads/thoughts-on-first-gen-e5-2670.1887848/page-2
Edited by bill1024 - 6/20/16 at 10:37am
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If I remember right I think I had the e5-2670, memory running at 1866 on my x79 Asus Sabertooth. It was a while ago and that chip did not stay in that Sabertooth for long at all. I got the dual boards and bought a e5-1650 to drop in and overclock.
It is Gskill 1866 and I had it in quad channel. All I can say is try it and see what happens.
When I tried it on that dual Intel 2011 the Gskill 1866 ran at 1333.
The thread over at H, I know you posted in this thread. Read Post 43 and a couple past it.
All I can say regular ram will work with chip and board, but runs at 1333. Looks like V2 Maybe* will run 1866, I don't know. Hope priced drop soon and maybe I'll find out smile.gif
https://hardforum.com/threads/thoughts-on-first-gen-e5-2670.1887848/page-2

Yeah, unregistered will probably only run at 1333mhz. Registered should run up to 1866mhz. Could always test with one or two sticks to make sure (about $14/stick). I doubt there would be a huge difference either way, but for the extra $30 to get 1600mhz vs 1333mhz it would probably be worth it when buying that much memory.

A bit off topic now as this is still a x58 thread. wink.gif

Edit: Also, I don't think the 2670 will have any issue with faster memory, if anything the board would be the limiting factor. I had the 2670 running 2133mhz without issue.
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post #8460 of 12893
Do they sell those with 1866mhz and then you oc to 2000mhz?
I really have no idea about ram oc.
Crucial Ballistix Tactical - 4 GB - DDR3 - 1866 MHz / PC3-14900 - CL9 - 1.5 V this is what you mean right?

Also should i get 3x4gb or 4x4gb
Think mine supports trichannel so 3 is better?
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