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

 
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post #8611 of 13088
I should find my X5650 Batch number smile.gif


Another note here, so I had a core i7 960 lying around I removed the w3520 from my laptop and popped the 960 in, it works well but under full load gets decently hot, considering the 32nm westmere processors were more efficient, and they are all 130w tdp, would a w3690 produce more or less heat? Its a laptop so no overclocking ofc
post #8612 of 13088
wait which laptop is this, i did not know u can put cpu in laptops
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wait which laptop is this, i did not know u can put cpu in laptops

Clevo D900F



Edited by GENXLR - 7/3/16 at 2:21pm
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Clevo D900F Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


Clevo, havent heard that for a long time. Do they even make desktop replacement laptop anymore??
post #8615 of 13088
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Clevo, havent heard that for a long time. Do they even make desktop replacement laptop anymore??

Clevo P750DM, Skylake i7 6700 cpu
post #8616 of 13088
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Good deal. And I have had issues on every Win 7 install I've done in the last six months. And the issues are always different. Sometimes updates will fail, sometimes they boot loop (which running Startup Repair will usually fix), and I have an Asus board I had to pull all but one stick of memory out of to get it to load.
There are videos on Youtube that explain the underhanded procedures MS is using to coerce Win 10 on people. I don't run Windoze at all anymore. Linux Mint rules! thumb.gif

Lol, wanted to suggest downloading UBCD (ultimate boot CD), burn it on dvd or using sw called RUFUS and throw it on USB penstick. Then running on MEMTEST 5.xx, if the problem is not bad memory or a slot. Glad you figured it out. I have not figured my issue when OC high my X58 and 5650 and having strange usb sound card problem...
post #8617 of 13088
Hey guys, what is a good healthy voltage for IOH and ICH? I can't seem to get Windows to properly work with data transfers, and sometimes explorer crashes, and many times Windows does not restart, it just sits there forever with the Restarting circle until I get angry and physiaclly turn off the machine. I have tried clean install after clean install but Windows refuses to properly work on my x58.

I have been upping voltages for several days in the hopes that would do it but now I am at 1.6v (from 1.3v) and it still does not work proper. On Ubuntu everything just works and it restarts in .25 seconds. All data transfers perfectly at full SSD speeds, but on Windows the transfers drop to 0 MB/s at times. What Windows says will take an hour takes Ubuntu 10 minutes. So I know the hardware must be OK right?

Anyway, what are absolutely good voltages to make sure SATA II > SATA III < SATA II and USB transfers all work properly? I assume I need more voltage on both IOH and ICH? The Xeon is at 4Ghz = 200x20. What causes Windows to get stuck in a never ending restart process? But at the same time Linux has zero troubles?

Any ideas or tips?

Does anything seem wrong here in these pics? It all looks good to me.




Edited by }SkOrPn--' - 7/4/16 at 2:39pm
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Hey guys, what is a good healthy voltage for IOH and ICH? I can't seem to get Windows to properly work with data transfers, and sometimes explorer crashes, and many times Windows does not restart, it just sits there forever with the Restarting circle until I get angry and physiaclly turn off the machine. I have tried clean install after clean install but Windows refuses to properly work on my x58.
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
I have been upping voltages for several days in the hopes that would do it but now I am at 1.6v (from 1.3v) and it still does not work proper. On Ubuntu everything just works and it restarts in .25 seconds. All data transfers perfectly at full SSD speeds, but on Windows the transfers drop to 0 MB/s at times. What Windows says will take an hour takes Ubuntu 10 minutes. So I know the hardware must be OK right?

Anyway, what are absolutely good voltages to make sure SATA II > SATA III < SATA II and USB transfers all work properly? I assume I need more voltage on both IOH and ICH? The Xeon is at 4Ghz = 200x20. What causes Windows to get stuck in a never ending restart process? But at the same time Linux has zero troubles?

Any ideas or tips?

Does anything seem wrong here in these pics? It all looks good to me.




Ouch, 71C on the IOH in the BIOS. Get a fan on that man. Your IOH voltage is very high. I normally run my IOH\ICH at AUTO or below 1.20v.

You can push your ICH up towards 1.38v to see if that helps. I don't think increasing those voltages will help, but you'll have to test it out on your end to be sure.

Have you tried increasing your PCIe Voltage frequency? You can push the IOH to around 1.26v and the ICH to around 1.70v safety.

I'm at 4Ghz as well with my X5660.
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Ouch, 71C on the IOH in the BIOS. Get a fan on that man. Your IOH voltage is very high. I normally run my IOH\ICH at AUTO or below 1.20v.

You can push your ICH up towards 1.38v to see if that helps. I don't think increasing those voltages will help, but you'll have to test it out on your end to be sure.

Have you tried increasing your PCIe Voltage frequency? You can push the IOH to around 1.26v and the ICH to around 1.70v safety.

I'm at 4Ghz as well with my X5660.

OK your settings don't work for me for some reason, as my BIOS does not have those voltages to select.

PCIe voltages for IOH and ICH do not match what you have. Below is what I have to work with.

IOH PCIe Voltage Min: 1.51v Is minimum and what I was already at, so I cant select 1.26v, it doesn't go that low. Min/Max is 1.51-2.78v. I do not see an AUTO setting.
ICH PCIe Voltage Min: 1.51v is minimum again and what I was already at. I can't go to 1.70v as you suggest because the max setting is 1.61v before it turns yellow (which is what I am at now). Min/Max is 1.51-2.05v and anything above 1.61 turns on the scary Yellow warning thing. I want to avoid using Yellow settings. I will try 1.61v for now as I already tried everything below it.

IOH/ICH Voltage do not have an AUTO setting. It only lets me enter numbers. If I enter "nothing" it auto "hard sets" the minimum voltage on the chart on the right hand side of the screen. I was already at the minimum voltages and Windows does not work at those voltages, so I was increasing voltages slightly over the last few days since that is the ONLY direction I can go. I can't figure out how to lower past the minimums in my bios. lol, how do I get past those BIOS minimums exactly?
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post #8620 of 13088
I think I might try raising CPU PLL one notch as that is only voltage I have never messed with. According to this guide I should be safe to 2.0v. I guess 1.9v wouldn't hurt to try then right.

I wish all these terms were universal as I cant even find anything called QPI PLL, only QPI/DRAM. Also that guide says ICH voltage is less important than using IOH voltage changes, the way I read it anyway.
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