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

 
  • 10% (52)
    More than 1 year
  • 4% (24)
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  • 10% (54)
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  • 22% (113)
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On EVGA X58 motherboards with two GTX9xx series cards, you may have to increase the "Low Memory Gap" setting in the BIOS
This setting should be under Frequency/Voltage Control > Memory. Set this to 3G and it may help your issue.

With multiple cards I found that I had to increase the the QPI and ICH voltage a bit also
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What is the default qpi and ich?
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What is the default qpi and ich?

For my EVGA board it's 1.100v I usually run mine QPI PLL and IOH at 1.2v (lowered it recently), as well as my ICH (i have issues with the south bridge so it needs 1.2v)
     
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Here is few screens from log if these help anything to find what is the problem:





post #8835 of 13390
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I wouldn't trust those benchmarks. 3570k has better single thread performance than a 1650 v4? No. Cinebench would give a more accurate idea.

Anyway, westmere to sandy has around a 10% IPC advantage best case and less in games.

An advantage to sandy is that it will likely overclock further, but honestly I think a six core is a more future proof investment. The only quad I would consider at this point is a 6700k if I was looking purely for IPC.

For older applications that don't take advantage of the latest instructions, those benchmarks are pretty accurate. Cinebench scores are all over the place, and it doesn't filter out overclocked results properly.
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I'm from Portugal.
Buying from the eu, with shipping, a x5660 is close to 100 euros.
A z68 board with 8gb of ram and a 2500k is 200.

If they don't mind overclocking, or really need the extra 2 cores, go with the X5660. If they're just going to run it stock, go with the 2500K. They could sell their X58 motherboard and CPU to make up for the extra cost.
Edited by xxpenguinxx - 8/3/16 at 10:50am
post #8836 of 13390
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For older applications that don't take advantage of the latest instructions, those benchmarks are pretty accurate. Cinebench scores are all over the place, and it doesn't filter out overclocked results properly.
If they don't mind overclocking, or really need the extra 2 cores, go with the X5660. If they're just going to run it stock, go with the 2500K. They could sell their X58 motherboard and CPU to make up for the extra cost.

I'm talking about comparing Cinebench scores directly, not from their site. I have both westmere and sandy-e setups so I have a pretty good idea what kind of difference there is at the same clockspeed. 5-10% in CPU heavy applications (without AVX of course) and even less in games.

Edit:
Here is a decent comparison:
http://www.anandtech.com/show/6808/westmereep-to-sandy-bridgeep-the-scientist-potential-upgrade/4

You can see in the single threaded comparison the i5 2500k @ 3.7ghz turbo is actually slightly slower than the x5690 @ 3.73ghz turbo, while the E5-2690 is slightly faster @ 3.8ghz turbo. The 3770k and 3960x @ 3.9ghz turbo take a fairly significant lead though, mostly due to the clockspeed.
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CxE state question.

How much does this save on your watt drawl from the wall? I didn't check it on my old PSU with it set to Auto but with it disabled Real Bench was pulling 500w from the wall. With the new PSU and CxE on Auto I am pulling 425w max from the wall. Idle went from 200w to 150w. Not sure if it's the new PSU or CxE state. The PSUs are worlds apart in efficiency, ripple suppression, and regulation.

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My Rampage II Gene is sensing the wrong CPU temps and going into thermal shutdown. The CPU shows under 40C average, but the motherboard keeps randomly seeing over 80C. Also shows AUXIN randomly spiking to 50C, from the steady 25C. I turned off the overheat protection for now.

Edit:

It powered off again, and now it's stuck in boot loop. It powers on for 2 seconds, turns off, and on again. Had this happen once before when I swapped the graphics card and I don't remember how I fixed it. Resetting the BIOS didn't work. I'm leaving the system unplugged for the day and hope it works tonight.
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Hey guys, kinda off-topic but I am going to ask anyway. I have been building my own systems ever since 1994 and when the very first BIOS came around that had the setting "Plug N Play OS" YES or NO, I always left it on the default of NO, even up until today, I just never changed it. My R3E is also always set default to NO. Since I only run Windows 10 on this machine, what are the consequences of setting that setting to YES? I know it only has to do with initializing hardware, but what exactly is the benefit of the default setting of NO? Is the BIOS somehow better at initialization, or is the OS better?

I always wondered about this but never bothered. When the setting first came out all the websites such as Tomshardware, Andantech etc just advised to leave it at default, but now 15 years later (or so) I am not sure any more. Have any of you x58 owners done any testing? For me it seems like a moot setting really, but maybe the BIOS boots through faster if its set to YES, since the OS can initialize everything at the same time?
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Hey guys, kinda off-topic but I am going to ask anyway. I have been building my own systems ever since 1994 and when the very first BIOS came around that had the setting "Plug N Play OS" YES or NO, I always left it on the default of NO, even up until today, I just never changed it. My R3E is also always set default to NO. Since I only run Windows 10 on this machine, what are the consequences of setting that setting to YES? I know it only has to do with initializing hardware, but what exactly is the benefit of the default setting of NO? Is the BIOS somehow better at initialization, or is the OS better?

I always wondered about this but never bothered. When the setting first came out all the websites such as Tomshardware, Andantech etc just advised to leave it at default, but now 15 years later (or so) I am not sure any more. Have any of you x58 owners done any testing? For me it seems like a moot setting really, but maybe the BIOS boots through faster if its set to YES, since the OS can initialize everything at the same time?

As you've already read, probably best to leave it set to no unless you want to do some experimenting to see what the differences really are. It sounds like you could run into potential issues with it set to yes, but it probably won't hurt to try. smile.gif

More info:
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/321779
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