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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 #9061 of 12869
Oh darn.... only an X99 platform to tinker with.. must be tough!!
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500th post!!!!!!! cheers.gifdrum.gif
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Oh darn.... only an X99 platform to tinker with.. must be tough!!

It's not as fun as the X58. There's some serious level of tweaking and testing that can be done to find a real sweet spot. The X99 is just change the multiplier for CPU and Cache then choose your memory speed and tighten timings. Of course still playing with voltage but you don't get the room with BCLK as you do on X58. Right now the 6800k is sitting at 4.1ghz with 1.19v adaptive (hits 1.21 under load), 3.4ghz cache with 1.05v manual, ~1.00v system agent and 1.24v dramm for 2800mhz CL14. I mean the memory benchmarks with 32gigs at this speed in quad channel put the X58 to shame but the % increase for CPU clock for clock is really only around 30% (not a lot imo for a system that's 7 years newer).
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500th post!!!!!!! cheers.gifdrum.gif

I'm right around the corner from there thumb.gif

Here's a shot of the cleaned up system with new parts including the KLEVV modules


Edited by xenkw0n - 8/17/16 at 1:36pm
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Soooo I ordered another X5670 for a build I was going to put together for my brother and it turned out to be an ES chip. Do they typically vary in quality or are they usually hand-picked binned chips? What to do!?
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Quick question, do you guys think I'd have a negative impact during gaming/3D rendering by making this move? (specifically related to CPU, I know changing the GPU will make differences)

Current system:
i7 3820 @ 4.4GHz 1.3V
X79 Sabertooth
2x4GB 2400MHz TridentX
GTX 580 3GB

Proposed system:
X5670 @ 4.3-4.6(?)
Gigabyte X58A-OC (have sitting unused)
3x8GB 2400MHz
GTX 580 3GB --> RX 480 8GB


I would think it should have very little detrimental impact in games. Am I wrong?thumb.gif
post #9066 of 12869
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Originally Posted by Halo_003 View Post

Quick question, do you guys think I'd have a negative impact during gaming/3D rendering by making this move? (specifically related to CPU, I know changing the GPU will make differences)

Current system:
i7 3820 @ 4.4GHz 1.3V
X79 Sabertooth
2x4GB 2400MHz TridentX
GTX 580 3GB

Proposed system:
X5670 @ 4.3-4.6(?)
Gigabyte X58A-OC (have sitting unused)
3x8GB 2400MHz
GTX 580 3GB --> RX 480 8GB


I would think it should have very little detrimental impact in games. Am I wrong?thumb.gif

I don't think you're wrong, but...
Just some food for thought. If it were me and I only need one system.
I would sell the Gigabyte board while it still is worth some money, pick up some more memory to match what you have to make 4 sticks.
There are unlocked E5-1650 hexcore 2011 Sandy bridge CPUs that would drop right in that X79 Sabertooth, they are used, selling for 122$ on ebay right now.
That would works out good for games and rendering and BOINC if you do any of that.
post #9067 of 12869
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Originally Posted by Halo_003 View Post

Quick question, do you guys think I'd have a negative impact during gaming/3D rendering by making this move? (specifically related to CPU, I know changing the GPU will make differences)

Current system:
i7 3820 @ 4.4GHz 1.3V
X79 Sabertooth
2x4GB 2400MHz TridentX
GTX 580 3GB

Proposed system:
X5670 @ 4.3-4.6(?)
Gigabyte X58A-OC (have sitting unused)
3x8GB 2400MHz
GTX 580 3GB --> RX 480 8GB


I would think it should have very little detrimental impact in games. Am I wrong?thumb.gif
You would be unlikely to get the RAM to 2400 MHz on the X58 platform if that's what you're hoping for. Between the two processors, the 6-core should perform better in multithreaded tasks. I would probably grab an i7-3930K instead. Here is an E5-1650 that should be unlocked.
post #9068 of 12869
Quote:
Originally Posted by Halo_003 View Post

Quick question, do you guys think I'd have a negative impact during gaming/3D rendering by making this move? (specifically related to CPU, I know changing the GPU will make differences)

Current system:
i7 3820 @ 4.4GHz 1.3V
X79 Sabertooth
2x4GB 2400MHz TridentX
GTX 580 3GB

Proposed system:
X5670 @ 4.3-4.6(?)
Gigabyte X58A-OC (have sitting unused)
3x8GB 2400MHz
GTX 580 3GB --> RX 480 8GB


I would think it should have very little detrimental impact in games. Am I wrong?thumb.gif

Agree with the above. Grab an unlocked 2011 hexacore chip and clock it up to 4.5+ ghz and sell your x58 board while it's worth something.

If you really want to get the x58 system up and running with 2400mhz memory consider a w3670/80 instead of a x5670 although it will be tricky maybe impossible to get it stable. I was able to get mine up to 2400mhz with a w3670 but the VTT needed wasn't reasonable and saw very little difference over 2000mhz. I ended up going back to the x5670 because it overclocked much better and temps were lower.
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@kpforce1 I've been looking at this result:

http://www.3dmark.com/fs/9660821

and something troubles me. The Physics score is on par with the 6700K results, whereas the Graphics score is significantly lower thansome 6700K results. See this run for example:

http://www.3dmark.com/fs/9334793

Or a seemingly crazy bench run with the CPU @ 4.7 GHz:

http://www.3dmark.com/fs/8985656

Does that mean that, ultimately, the X58 Xeons do not allow the GTX 1070 to be utilized to the full extent? I mean, 1/7th of a difference is not that small, esp. given how much the GPU's cost. It'd be about 50 euros worth, for me, personally. But what I really do care about, is the potential of our beloved X58 platform.

Maybe it's the PCI-E 2.0 bottleneck? Or maybe a QPI bottleneck (in the end, another source of PCI-E bottlenecking)?
post #9070 of 12869
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Originally Posted by CrazyNightOwl View Post

@kpforce1 I've been looking at this result:

http://www.3dmark.com/fs/9660821

and something troubles me. The Physics score is on par with the 6700K results, whereas the Graphics score is significantly lower thansome 6700K results. See this run for example:

http://www.3dmark.com/fs/9334793

Or a seemingly crazy bench run with the CPU @ 4.7 GHz:

http://www.3dmark.com/fs/8985656

Does that mean that, ultimately, the X58 Xeons do not allow the GTX 1070 to be utilized to the full extent? I mean, 1/7th of a difference is not that small, esp. given how much the GPU's cost. It'd be about 50 euros worth, for me, personally. But what I really do care about, is the potential of our beloved X58 platform.

Maybe it's the PCI-E 2.0 bottleneck? Or maybe a QPI bottleneck (in the end, another source of PCI-E bottlenecking)?

I can get 20450 on gpu score with a 980ti and 4.3ghz x5670.There is a slight bottleneck in 1080p games,for example rise of tomb raider i get 117 fps benchmark with all maxed dx12 and msaa,if i turn HT off and run six cores but up core 70 hz to 4.370ghz i get 122 fps.
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