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I recently purchased an 5670 and I'm wondering if The stock intel i930 heatsink will work with xeon 5670? I just want to test the xeon to make sure its working once I received it. Also was wondering was the best heatsink for the 5670 for under 35 bucks?
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I recently purchased an 5670 and I'm wondering if The stock intel i930 heatsink will work with xeon 5670? I just want to test the xeon to make sure its working once I received it. Also was wondering was the best heatsink for the 5670 for under 35 bucks?
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The stock cooler should work fine at stock speeds.

I think the CRYORIG H7 Universal is probably the best cooler in that price range.
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I thought the cyrorig h7 was not compatible with lag 1366, I didn't see it listed on newegg product spec sheet as being compatible
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I thought the cyrorig h7 was not compatible with lag 1366, I didn't see it listed on newegg product spec sheet as being compatible

Strange, I thought a few reviews mentioned 1366 compatibility but you're right it doesn't show 1366 on their site.

The Raijintek Themis (OOS at newegg) is pretty good, about equal to the 212 evo with a less frustrating mounting system.

The Reeven Justice is a bit more at $40 but seems to keep up with and in some cases surpass some of the more expensive coolers like the Cryorig R1 Ultimate, D14, Gamerstorm Lucifer and is very quiet, almost on par with the D15.

You may need to keep in mind the height depending on the height of your ram and board though.
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I thought the cyrorig h7 was not compatible with lag 1366, I didn't see it listed on newegg product spec sheet as being compatible

Looking at it on their site, it looks like the backplate is designed to be adjustable for all LGA sockets, but not the X part that holds the cooler.
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Yes, I'm using it as a boot drive. I think I posted about it in this thread a couple of weeks ago as a FYI for anyone else who may be interested.

The Samsung 950 Pro drives use a controller that is compatible with legacy BIOS systems. This means it can be seen and used as a boot drive. I did a fresh Windows 10 install via USB (unplugged all other drives just to be sure) and it was easy as pie. Windows 10 installer saw the drive and let me install to it. The only BIOS setting I changed was one for "Addon ROM Display Mode". I changed it from "Force BIOS" to "Keep current", although I don't know if it even matters.

Speeds in CDM are exactly where they should be. I'm limited by PCI-e 2.0, but I still get over 1600 MB/s sequential read speeds. Booting to Windows login takes less than 15 seconds (about half the time it used to take with my 840 EVO, but that was on Win 7).

I did get some thermal throttling on the drive before I put on some copper heatsinks. Got a ~10C reduction in temperatures and no more throttling.

do you have link to that thread. cause everything i researched is telling me otherwise especially since the 950 is nvme and needs uefi bios to recognize it.
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do you have link to that thread. cause everything i researched is telling me otherwise especially since the 950 is nvme and needs uefi bios to recognize it.
See here:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1461359/official-xeon-x5660-x58-review-discussion-and-xeon-l5639-benchmarks-inside/6080#post_24979717

With PCIE bus overclock:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1461359/official-xeon-x5660-x58-review-discussion-and-xeon-l5639-benchmarks-inside/6210#post_25011962
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Ok guys, last bit of decision guidance please.

I now have the opportunity to get a X5660 or X5680 cpu for basically the same price.

More people have the X5660 around here, but wonder even if I could only overlock the X5680 to a lower overclock (4.2ish), that the core power, would have better performance than the lower core speed X5660, as it would not be overclocked as much.

Current rig.
EVGA X58 SLI Classified Rev 1:1
i7 930 @ 4.2 on H80 cooler
12G Dominator DDR3 2000mhz ram

Never had any issues with my 930 as it has been overclocked and stable since day one, just want to squeeze more for a little longer so drooling at the Xeon option.

So please .. X5660 or X5680 ... Have read you guys get up to 4.5Ghz ... If I could get a stable 4.2-4.4 I would be so happy.

So X5660 or X5680 - both same price .. what is going to get me the best overall result ... I know how line is a piece of string biggrin.gif:D:D
Edited by leadsinga - 7/12/16 at 1:39pm
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Ok guys, last bit of decision guidance please.

I now have the opportunity to get a X5660 or X5680 cpu for basically the same price.

More people have the X5660 around here, but wonder even if I could only overlock the X5680 to a lower overclock (4.2ish), that the core power, would have better performance than the lower core speed X5660, as it would not be overclocked as much.

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Never had any issues with my 930 as it has been overclocked and stable since day one, just want to squeeze more for a little longer so drooling at the Xeon option.

So please .. X5660 or X5680 ... Have read you guys get up to 4.5Ghz ... If I could get a stable 4.2-4.4 I would be so happy.

So X5660 or X5680 - both same price .. what is going to get me the best overall result ... I know how line is a piece of string biggrin.gif:D:D
They are the exact same chip except for the default operating frequency, so both chips at the same freqency will perform within margin of error of each other.
I'd grab the X5680 though since it does have a higher multiplier so you won't have to push your boards BCLK as much to get the same frequency.
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