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

 
  • 10% (50)
    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% (207)
    More than 6 years
488 Total Votes  
post #8811 of 13120
How much would:
1) GA-X58A-UD3R v2 with X5650 and 6x8GB sell?
2) A Dell XPS X58 motherboard with i7 930 and 3x2GB sell?
post #8812 of 13120
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Originally Posted by unothegreat View Post

Where did you get them? X58 boards are going for between 90 and 250,but all I can find on fleabay goes from 250 to 700. I want to buy a few x79 boards yo build a render farm, but right now, they're just not cost effective. For my needs, it's cheaper to risk getting a v3 or v4 ES xeon, and throw it in an x99 board.

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post #8813 of 13120
Pm received! Thanks for the tips!
post #8814 of 13120
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Originally Posted by CrazyNightOwl View Post

Got the father's P6T SE to replace my EVGA SLI3 which is in repair, and though in the benches it's ever so slightly beyond the EVGA, overall it's a really nice board. The only problem I've come across has been the High TDP Turbo limit, which caps the overclock at 4GHz when using a BCLK less or equal to 200. E.g. I wanted to go for my beloved 186*22 and nope, it wouldn't stay at 22, dropping to 20. Cross-flashing to P6T WS Pro solved that issue but introduced more substantial ones, so I rolled back and stayed at 4 GHz with HT off, LLC off, and vCore on auto.

Other than that, here's some nice results I've got with a set of three Crucial Ballistix 4GB sticks on this board.

[1] Daily driver, 1600 7-7-8-18 CR1, 1.54V in BIOS. Must be stable cause BF4 hasn't crashed a single time, while with the less stable memory setups it would crash very soon after entering an MP match.



[2] I was pursuing 30 GB/s read and achieved it on this board. 2000 8-8-9-24 CR1, 1.62V or 1.64V set in BIOS. 3600 uncore, 4400 core, both were required to achieve the >= 30 GB/s read rate. Pretty sure it was stable, though I can't properly Prime this since the cooling is not adequate enough to handle 4400 core, even with HT off. AIDA64 Extreme cachemem benchmark ran just fine though.


Good speeds. I am more impressed with the AWESOME latencies!!! very strong. I can almost get to 47ns on the memory. 2.3, and 12.7 are great speeds.
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post #8815 of 13120
Does some volt with cpu oc:ing effect gpu related crashes? If yes what should I up a bit?
I am using gpu with very little oc but it still crashes, wonder if my cpu oc could effect that.
post #8816 of 13120
I remember reading something about needing more CPU voltage if you have a video card and that testing for stability stressing just the CPU wasn't good enough, especially if your video card is overclocked. I can't for the life of me remember where I read this information though.
post #8817 of 13120
A friend of mine has a system that is used for gaming.
It has a Rampage II extreme, a 920 D0, 12gb of Corsair Dominator ram and a 280x.
Is it worth to upgrade to a X5660?
Or is it better to get a used z68 and 2500k bundle?
The usage is gaming.

Cheers!
post #8818 of 13120
Quote:
A friend of mine has a system that is used for gaming.
It has a Rampage II extreme, a 920 D0, 12gb of Corsair Dominator ram and a 280x.
Is it worth to upgrade to a X5660?
Or is it better to get a used z68 and 2500k bundle?
The usage is gaming.

Cheers!
Xeon all the way. why spend more on less performance? x5675 would be a better option, more cores smile.gif 6 core 12 thread, beast
post #8819 of 13120
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Originally Posted by Vipu View Post

Does some volt with cpu oc:ing effect gpu related crashes? If yes what should I up a bit?
I am using gpu with very little oc but it still crashes, wonder if my cpu oc could effect that.

What kind of crashes?

If the machine spontaneously reboots it could be that you are near the limit of the PSU and running the GPU puts you over the limit so the PSU cuts out.

If it's just locking up it could be the QPI too fast or not enough volts. Or unstable GPU overclock but you said it's not overclocked much.

If it's crashing out without locking up it could be an unstable gpu/cpu/dram/uncore overclock.

Obviously, it could be anything but these are the kinds of crashes I've typically experienced. My overclocking strategy is interval bisection so I got to see a lot of instability.
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Samsung SSD 750 Western Digital Green Corsair H100i Ubuntu 14.04 LTS 
OSMonitorKeyboardPower
Windows 10 Samsung 48" curved 4K Smart TV UA48JU6800 Razer Blackwidow Ultimate Chroma Enermax Platimax 1350W 
CaseMouseMouse PadAudio
Silverstone Grandia GD09 Razer DeathAdder Chroma Razer ASUS Essence STX II 7.1 
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Xeon X5690 ASUS Rampage II Gene GTX 980 Ti GTX 980 Ti 
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PowerCaseMouseAudio
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intel Xeon X5680 ASUS P6T7 WS Supercomputer Leadtech GTX 760 intel SSD 750 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOptical DriveCooling
Samsung EVO ASUS DVD RW ASUS DVD ROM Corsair H110i GTX 
OSMonitorKeyboardPower
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post #8820 of 13120
How much better is the IPC and single core performance of the 2500k vs the x5660?
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