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

 
  • 10% (49)
    More than 1 year
  • 5% (24)
    More than 2 years
  • 8% (41)
    More than 3 years
  • 11% (53)
    More than 4 years
  • 23% (113)
    More than 5 years
  • 41% (200)
    More than 6 years
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post #8581 of 12873
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Originally Posted by bill1024 View Post

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.
I do remember EVGA boards need low memory gap toyed with, I thought others said when two SLI 980's were popped in a P6T it wouldn't post. I just can't recall but my fear is 1000 series brought it all back
post #8582 of 12873
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Hello guys,

i currently have the EVGA x58 SLI LE Rev. 1.0 motherboard i found the mod pictures online, are there any specific instructions on what needs to be done? just short white pads? remove them? any help would be greatly appreciated. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


Not sure how different the LE is. On mine you needed to move the one resistor over to the other spot. I couldn't find the resistor after removing it so I just bridged the other pad.

LL
post #8583 of 12873
Here's an interesting comparison with x58 versus Skylake. I think at the same clockspeed x58 would close the gap a bit, but that single-thread performance can't be matched by x58, just look at Cities Skyline.
(found here)

At 1440p at max settings you'll see the limits of most single GPU setups. Multi GPU Skylake may get quite an increase in DX11, even at higher res.
Edited by tbob22 - 7/1/16 at 9:00am
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post #8584 of 12873
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Here's an interesting comparison with x58 versus Skylake. I think at the same clockspeed x58 would close the gap a bit, but that single-thread performance can't be matched by x58, just look at Cities Skyline.
(found here)

At 1440p at max settings you'll see the limits of most single GPU setups. Multi GPU Skylake may get quite an increase in DX11, even at higher res.

That comparison was simply for the owner to prove to himself the gains he realized with his purchase. Simply just for his justification. The Skylake was clocked 500Mhz higher for crying out loud.
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post #8585 of 12873
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That comparison was simply for the owner to prove to himself the gains he realized with his purchase. Simply just for his justification. The Skylake was clocked 500Mhz higher for crying out loud.
that was the only gains? With a 500mhz difference???

I'm staying on x58 longer, like jee,
post #8586 of 12873
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Originally Posted by FlawleZ View Post

That comparison was simply for the owner to prove to himself the gains he realized with his purchase. Simply just for his justification. The Skylake was clocked 500Mhz higher for crying out loud.

Haha, maybe. Honestly, other than the poorly optimized applications the results didn't seem to be that dramatic. The 500mhz would make up for some of it.

As far as the different clocks, I'm guessing he just went as high as he could on both platforms with the given cooling solution. The quad will of course be cooler so that will give it more headroom (of course this also depends on the silicon lottery).

With DX12, hopefully games won't rely so much on IPC and instead use more cores. That would be great news for AMD users as well.
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post #8587 of 12873
His clocks were 11% faster on skylake, take that into account. Plus we don't know if they were both optimized, same windows install, etc.

The games at 1440p were less than 11% difference too in performance, not that it is a direct correlation
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post #8588 of 12873
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His clocks were 11% faster on skylake, take that into account. Plus we don't know if they were both optimized, same windows install, etc.

The games at 1440p were less than 11% difference too in performance, not that it is a direct correlation

Yeah, I was more interested in how small of a difference there is.

But, as you know many games still love IPC and use only 3-4 threads (Windows will spread the usage across almost any amount of threads so keep that in mind), so even at the same clocks it's likely that the 6700k would beat the x5650 in games that use less threads, the x5650 could pull ahead if the games would really take advantage of those extra threads though.
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post #8589 of 12873
Oh definitely, clock for clock skylake is faster. But not by too much.
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post #8590 of 12873
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Oh definitely, clock for clock skylake is faster. But not by too much.

It depends.. Single threaded performance is about 35% faster on Skylake versus the x5650 at the same clocks, but the x5650 is about 5% faster than the 6700k with all threads maxed. Of course this depends on memory speed and other factors.
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