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

 
  • 10% (49)
    More than 1 year
  • 4% (24)
    More than 2 years
  • 8% (41)
    More than 3 years
  • 10% (53)
    More than 4 years
  • 23% (113)
    More than 5 years
  • 42% (205)
    More than 6 years
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post #8571 of 13084
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Originally Posted by tbob22 View Post

Certainly. But, if you have a bad clocker with the best board and power supply in the world it will still need a lot of voltage.

DING DING... winner chicken dinner teaching.gif

The board and PSU do play a roll. But the major part of the results lies in the chip itself. I know when i went from my crap ass ultra 1600 watt (when i had 3x gtx480's mad.gif ) to the cooler master V1200, built by Seasonc. I was able to drop all my voltages a bit, but nothing dramatic.

Voltage stability is pretty good in all of the X58 boards, with the exception of a few bad apples.
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DING DING... winner chicken dinner teaching.gif

The board and PSU do play a roll. But the major part of the results lies in the chip itself. I know when i went from my crap ass ultra 1600 watt (when i had 3x gtx480's mad.gif ) to the cooler master V1200, built by Seasonc. I was able to drop all my voltages a bit, but nothing dramatic.

Voltage stability is pretty good in all of the X58 boards, with the exception of a few bad apples.

Yep, although the boards with fewer/lower quality phases tend to really take a hit, these are mostly the early x58 boards that weren't built with the hexa-cores in mind.

For example both my P6T and Asrock x58 Extreme needed 0.05-7v more than my P6T Deluxe v2 for the same clocks using my x5670, that is pretty significant when you are pushing the limits. For 4.4ghz my P6T Deluxe v2 was stable at 1.325v, but on the other boards it was getting close to 1.4v for full stability. Same PSU.
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Originally Posted by DRKreiger View Post

DING DING... winner chicken dinner teaching.gif

The board and PSU do play a roll. But the major part of the results lies in the chip itself. I know when i went from my crap ass ultra 1600 watt (when i had 3x gtx480's mad.gif ) to the cooler master V1200, built by Seasonc. I was able to drop all my voltages a bit, but nothing dramatic.

Voltage stability is pretty good in all of the X58 boards, with the exception of a few bad apples.

You think if I upgrade my Antec Earthwatts 750w 80plus I'll see better voltages even slight? I am looking to buy a new psu regardless since I need it for a spare desktop.

3gtx 480s, were you trying to replace your home heater tongue.gif
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Well the chip batch is really determent on the clocks, and volts needed to achieve this. It's a little science, and a little luck rolled into one.

I am pretty sure i posted my bios pics a while back. but that may have been with HT on (requires a good amount more juice) 4.47 i think.

I was running the prime 95 settings at Large FFT's to show errors quickly. just playing with the setting to get what you like best is all it takes ( of course the silicon lottery)

Hm yeah, I don't really believe in disabling HT since I think it's a good feature which a lot of software takes advantage of, though I haven't really tested on my particular cpu if I can get 200-300mhz on the same voltage(really doubt it) in exchange for the HT maybe I'd consider it.
post #8574 of 13084
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Yep, although the boards with fewer/lower quality phases tend to really take a hit, these are mostly the early x58 boards that weren't built with the hexacores in mind.

For example both my P6T and Asrock x58 Extreme needed 0.05-7v more than my P6T Deluxe v2 for the same clocks using my x5670, that is pretty significant when you are pushing the limits. For 4.4ghz my P6T Deluxe v2 was stable at 1.325v, but on the other boards it was getting close to 1.4v for full stability. Same PSU.
this right here!!! My P6T needed with my BFG-1000EX almost 1.365 vcore to hold 4 GHZ on an X5650. My Rampage III extreme with my SuperFlower LEADEX Platinum took only 1.31vCore to hold the same clocks. Board and PSU played a big factor, ofc a crap chip is a crap chip but I thought mine was bad till I learned the magic of the uncore smile.gif 2x, 1.3v, magic happens I swear
post #8575 of 13084
Unrelated to the current discussion I would love to join the X58 Xeon club.

I've had this bad boy for almost 2 years now, amazing the life it breathed into my rig coming from an i7 950. Makes me not rushed to upgrade.

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http://valid.x86.fr/5v3prw
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Your 5675 does 4.4@1.3 under which stress test and for how long? Also what is your ram/uncore at?

i did a number of test, uh i think i posted like couple hundred pages back in this thread lol

if my memory serves me correctly it was intel burn for 10-20 cycles? and some prime for like 5 hours, i would do longer except i had things to do on my computer. i kept my ram under 1500mhz since i kept my timing at 7-7-7
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Anyone have input regarding X58 and Pascal Cards? When 900 series launched, sli on x58 stopped working, idk if we ever resolved that
post #8578 of 13084
mine 1070 is coming this week i believe. but i'm only getting one, since they only let me order one, i don't think i can comment on sli
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post #8579 of 13084
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mine 1070 is coming this week i believe. but i'm only getting one, since they only let me order one, i don't think i can comment on sli

Single card info is nice to get first of all. I probably will only use one
post #8580 of 13084
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Anyone have input regarding X58 and Pascal Cards? When 900 series launched, sli on x58 stopped working, idk if we ever resolved that

I had 2 way SLi GTX970 on an EVGA FTW3 with no problems, and I know of others with 980Ti doing SLI on x58 boards.
On EVGA boards the Low Memory Gap setting has to be increased sometimes for the GTX 9xx series to work.
We will see soon if the 10xx will work ok.
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