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

 
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post #9231 of 12886
Decided to run my i7 920 3.74OC 178*21 1.25v settings.

Running stable at 3.74GHz =144*26 1.25v. Temps just break 60c w/Prime95 on air thanks to my OCZ Vendetta 2.
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I still think you'd be better served by getting an unlocked Haswell processor and flashing a BIOS that allows you to overclock. Even if you can't overclock, the higher core speed will help with gaming more than switching to an X58 system.
post #9233 of 12886
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Thanks @jura11

Temps can get hot like 80*+ Celsius on the cores with this Megahalems, in 85*F ambients, even with the side window open and a room fan blowing on the entire board. I've clocked back to 4.2GHz (1.325v) and 3.3GHz Uncore (1.30v) and it still gets hot, like beyond safe operating temps.

remove HSF clean with alcohol apply new thermal paste.
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Thanks @jura11

Temps can get hot like 80*+ Celsius on the cores with this Megahalems, in 85*F ambients, even with the side window open and a room fan blowing on the entire board. I've clocked back to 4.2GHz (1.325v) and 3.3GHz Uncore (1.30v) and it still gets hot, like beyond safe operating temps.

Hi there

Those ambient temps are high or high,you would benefit from air con that's for sure there

Last time I benched mine i7-5820k which is running too hot for my liking I've seen same temps 85C on package and on cores 70-78's and in ambient close to 30's

Did you tried as above replace thermal paste,have been in same situation with mine and replaced paste for Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut,tried too PK-3 which hasn't been best one in my case...

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I'm new here and have some questions about the X58 compatible CPUs.
I've made a hobby of overclocking old Dell BTX computers with locked BIOS and I have 2 more builds to go before I'm finished with that.
I started looking at Dell workstations and came across the T3500 with X58 chipset, and the related T5500, and T7500 dual CPU versions with 5400 chipset. I'm sure some of what I'm asking has been covered before but this thread is over 900 pages long and some of my questions might be new so I thought I'd ask and see what I get.

1- Since I do software overclocking unlocked CPUs are very useful to me. What's the best i7 975 or i7 990, or other?
2- Are there any VID pinmods for these ? Is BSEL pinmod even possible ? PLL hacks?
3- I assume the unlocked i7 xxx aren't SMP.

I know X58 isn't SMP but since you guys know these procs. I'll ask anyway.
1- I've seen huge benchmark scores with 2 CPUs, 12 cores and 24 threads. But for gaming how many cores are really useful? Would a faster 4/8 setup be a better goal? (2x2 4.4Ghz CPU, 8 threads)
2- Are there any unlocked socket 1136 Xeons? Unlocked SMP Xeons? (I ask because there were some unlocked SMP LGA771s that were QX9775 marked as Xeons).
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post #9236 of 12886
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I'm new here and have some questions about the X58 compatible CPUs.
I've made a hobby of overclocking old Dell BTX computers with locked BIOS and I have 2 more builds to go before I'm finished with that.
I started looking at Dell workstations and came across the T3500 with X58 chipset, and the related T5500, and T7500 dual CPU versions with 5400 chipset. I'm sure some of what I'm asking has been covered before but this thread is over 900 pages long and some of my questions might be new so I thought I'd ask and see what I get.

1- Since I do software overclocking unlocked CPUs are very useful to me. What's the best i7 975 or i7 990, or other?
2- Are there any VID pinmods for these ? Is BSEL pinmod even possible ? PLL hacks?
3- I assume the unlocked i7 xxx aren't SMP.

I know X58 isn't SMP but since you guys know these procs. I'll ask anyway.
1- I've seen huge benchmark scores with 2 CPUs, 12 cores and 24 threads. But for gaming how many cores are really useful? Would a faster 4/8 setup be a better goal? (2x2 4.4Ghz CPU, 8 threads)
2- Are there any unlocked socket 1136 Xeons? Unlocked SMP Xeons? (I ask because there were some unlocked SMP LGA771s that were QX9775 marked as Xeons).

The dual chip xeons have some amazing throughput, and will put up some great benching numbers. Awesome for Boinc/F@H.

But real world gaming, it may actually suffer. The reason being that the QPI link needs to communicate, this causes latency spikes. Much like cluster systems have some serious problems playing nice between the nodes, unless the application is extremely optimized.

Best would be a 6 core 12 thread single chip. Mainly because you can for very little money.

There are completely unlocked Xeons. W3680, W3690. These are the Xeon variant of the 980X,990X. All completely unlocked, but must be compatible with the motherboard completely. These are alsoi single QPI, and can only be used solo.

As for pin mods, I have never seen a need for it. And with the low cost of the chips, why not just get what you want.
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Thanks for the reply. I think I can get control of volts and multiplier in software with unlocked CPU. Since Dell uses a daughter card for the 2nd CPU I might skip that. The PSUs had seriously strange pinouts also. I was looking at making a Skulltrail clone out of a Dell T5400 with dual X5470s, and Mac FBDIMMs are super cheap. It has hidden support for 400fsb so that's where the pinmod would come in. But the T3500/5500 single Xeon started looking good also.
I'm still learning these. The T5500 w/o daughter card installed might work. The PSUs are weird though. 5-6 12V. rails.

I actually do more benchmarking than gaming just because I have to prove that 3.72Ghz on a Dell E520 makes more than just heat. But I do like what I do to be somewhat relevant also. I will probably try it both ways..
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Hey hey. I'm considering selling my EVGA classified beast for a Sabertooth. I found a Rev 1.02 board. How well does the QPI Frequency overclock on these boards? And I'm sorry I can't remember,, do they have voltage read points?

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Hey hey. I'm considering selling my EVGA classified beast for a Sabertooth. I found a Rev 1.02 board. How well does the QPI Frequency overclock on these boards? And I'm sorry I can't remember,, do they have voltage read points?

Thanks
Why? The Classified is better than the Sabertooth. If your going to sell it for another board at least get something comparable like a RIIIE or X58A-OC. wink.gif
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Hey hey. I'm considering selling my EVGA classified beast for a Sabertooth. I found a Rev 1.02 board. How well does the QPI Frequency overclock on these boards? And I'm sorry I can't remember,, do they have voltage read points?

Thanks

i would not trade a classified for sabertooth lol.

evga x58 classified is the only classified that they got it right. x79 and above are all turds
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