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

 
  • 10% (49)
    More than 1 year
  • 5% (24)
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  • 8% (41)
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  • 11% (53)
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  • 23% (113)
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  • 41% (200)
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post #9181 of 12872
I actually am using a dvi to vga adapter from my graphics card to the monitor and I know they both work since they're from my main PC. I tried the other slot but the same scenario happens. Leaving the CMOS battery out over night and pressing clear CMOS button on the back of the board didnt fix it and the jumpers for the clear CMOS switch are set to enabled.
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post #9182 of 12872
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Originally Posted by xenkw0n View Post

I actually am using a dvi to vga adapter from my graphics card to the monitor and I know they both work since they're from my main PC. I tried the other slot but the same scenario happens. Leaving the CMOS battery out over night and pressing clear CMOS button on the back of the board didnt fix it and the jumpers for the clear CMOS switch are set to enabled.

You could have a bad bios chip on your hands. My R3E did that once. different colors on the bios lights.
But you should be able to revert to a working chip, if you do indeed have a dead one. Try re-seating the CPU, power it on with out ram in it, then put the ram in one slot at a time.

Also. take the board out of the chassis, and try to power it on a box. Don't know what it is, but i have had a handful of boards over the years that needed a whole lot of retarded ass fiddling to get them to power up, after a LONG SIT.
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post #9183 of 12872
I now have my own goofy issue that is starting to plague my already PITA life!!! mad.gif

If I leave my system idle. or folding, my onboard ethernet goes dead. the connection still says it's live. but if i open any browser, it just flashes the tab, and will not connect. I have to sign out of windows, or restart the system to get it back.
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post #9184 of 12872
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Originally Posted by DRKreiger View Post

You could have a bad bios chip on your hands. My R3E did that once. different colors on the bios lights.
But you should be able to revert to a working chip, if you do indeed have a dead one. Try re-seating the CPU, power it on with out ram in it, then put the ram in one slot at a time.

Also. take the board out of the chassis, and try to power it on a box. Don't know what it is, but i have had a handful of boards over the years that needed a whole lot of retarded ass fiddling to get them to power up, after a LONG SIT.

I actually never put it in the case because I didnt want to go through the hassle if it didnt work... which is good. I had it sitting on a box with a plastic top and hooked up the power supply from my computer to the motherboard and the graphics card plus only 1 stick of ram that was initially intended for x58. Tried with my hard drive hooked up and without. Tried the xeon initially then figured maybe the bios didnt support it yet so i put my i7 920 in it and same issue. Just got off the phone with ASUS tech support and he said to send it in so Ill see what happens from there.
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Coinmining gave new life to my old Gigabyte X58a-ud5 r2 und X5650. Now running with six RX 480 mining coins, maybe for the rest of its life.


Even if you think that these old workhorses are at the end of theire lifes new opportunities arise. May your live be long and prosper!
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post #9186 of 12872
I'm thinking of getting into overclocking a Xeon on X58. I have several questions though.
  1. Which Xeons tend to be the fastest in performance after overclocking?
  2. Will it outperform my i5 4430 (3.0GHz Haswell) or at least match it at most gaming loads?
  3. What is the best cooler (air preferably) for overclocking compatible with its socket?
 
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post #9187 of 12872
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Coinmining gave new life to my old Gigabyte X58a-ud5 r2 und X5650. Now running with six RX 480 mining coins, maybe for the rest of its life. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Even if you think that these old workhorses are at the end of theire lifes new opportunities arise. May your live be long and prosper!

Well now I see where the AMD RX 480 inventory has gone biggrin.gif
How much is that rig making you daily?
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It's going to be a long time before these old X58 Xeon Hexa Core or i7 - Hexa Core have no purposes. You can always find a reason to run the old X58 platform for someone reason now.


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I'm thinking of getting into overclocking a Xeon on X58. I have several questions though.
  1. Which Xeons tend to be the fastest in performance after overclocking?
  2. Will it outperform my i5 4430 (3.0GHz Haswell) or at least match it at most gaming loads?
  3. What is the best cooler (air preferably) for overclocking compatible with its socket?

1. Depends solely on the CPU and the IPC. It varies from CPU to CPU. The performance depends on a lot of things as well, including the program itself.
2. If you are using DX12 or Vulkan a 6 core Xeon will outperform the i5 4430. In DX11 I'm sure a overclocked 6 core Xeon will outperform the i5 since the 4430 can only clock so high.
3. Can't help you with "air" since I'm running a AIO liquid cooler. There's plenty of coolers to chose from though. It's hard to say which is the best. It's ultimately going to come down to your ambient temp, the voltages required to run a high CPU OC and the product you choose for cooling.
    
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post #9188 of 12872
would like to join
just got my x5680 gotta read more on overclocking.
Its faster than my i7 920 @ 3.8ghz at stock clocks. So cant complain for now.
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Hmmm... looking through coolers, it appears one of my questions is easy to answer, because plenty of them are compatible with LGA 1366... One of my questions now is if an 212 Evo (or name a similarly priced cooler) is adequate for overclocking say a x5650 to rates that would exceed the performance of my locked clock Haswell i5, or would it not be adequate and I need something significantly more expensive? Keep in mind that I'm kind of new to overclocking a CPU, so my questions might be uninformed.

Edit: doing some research, I found this: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=9SIA68V21E0641

Be Quiet Shadow Rock 2. It seems to have a higher watt dissipation than an evo, 180 watts. That's enough?

Also I'm looking at the Cryorg H5....

Also, I have two sticks of 8GB DDR3 1600. Are 8GB sticks compatible with x58 motherboards? I know I might have some problems getting it to 1600 though, but that's OK as long as they work.
Edited by PloniAlmoni - 8/28/16 at 12:53am
 
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Well now I see where the AMD RX 480 inventory has gone biggrin.gif
How much is that rig making you daily?
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With high electricity price here in Germany and low price of coins ~ 5$ per day.
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