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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)
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  • 41% (200)
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post #9351 of 12898
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Originally Posted by bill1024 View Post

I am a little late to this party , tonight I had the same thing happen with an Asus board and a 3570s CPU, was laggy and a blank screen. Windows10,
I hit the PSU power cord and it pulled out of the PSU, turned the system back on and the laggy and black screen happened right after.
Pulled the battery and reset bios and used a Linux drive and my computer works fine. Back to the win10, laggy and black screen. Fine with Ubuntu linux....
Not sure if it is the drive, or is win10 more prone to being BORKED with a power outage.
Going to try and reinstall win10 in that drive in a couple days right ater I am done with this BOINC primegrid challenge I am involved with

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Originally Posted by jura11 View Post

Hi there

As above,do you habe spare GPU if yes can you try other GPU or can you try other browser as some browser have issues with HW acceleration

Did you touched PCIE speed in yours BIOS ?

Thanks,Jura

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Originally Posted by heb1001 View Post

I went back and read all your previous posts and you wrote fairly early on that you had modded your own GTX 980 BIOS and were overclocking it. Have you tried returning it to stock? Or perhaps try with a different GPU that you haven't personally meddled with. Lagging, black screen and lock ups could be a GPU issue.

Hey guys. I reckon it will be the sata3 port playin up or my ssd or win10. Defo no the vga as that is 100% working and no never oc'd pcie. Good thing is that my x5675 still alive then lol. It overclocks better than the 5670. 4.6@1.38v passed 4 hrs realbench stress while the 5670 failed 4.4@1.38v after half an hour
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post #9352 of 12898
Hello, how are you?
I currently have a 2500k running at 4.6 on an Asus Z68V Gen3 and 2x4gb of GSkill 2133 CL9 ram.

I was offered the chance to buy an i7 920, with an asus p6T Deluxe V2 and 3x2gb of 1333 CL9 ram for 120 euros.
I can then add another 70 euros for a X5650 and down the line try and get a 12gb ram kit.

But how much of an upgrade would this be from my current rig and would it be worth it?

Cheers!
post #9353 of 12898
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Originally Posted by heb1001 View Post

I spent a little time investigating your drive firmware and didn't find anything useful for you but did come across this page written in 2014 (so about 4 years after my drive failed):

http://askubuntu.com/questions/409684/image-or-reset-broken-ssd

I followed the procedure and after a few false starts realized I could get rid of the frozen status by unplugging the drive and plugging it back in again whilst my PC was waiting in the grub boot menu. After a couple of attempts at the secure erase process I have managed to resurrect my drive. Data was all lost but it does seem to be working again!

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post #9354 of 12898
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Originally Posted by Gdourado View Post

Hello, how are you?
I currently have a 2500k running at 4.6 on an Asus Z68V Gen3 and 2x4gb of GSkill 2133 CL9 ram.

I was offered the chance to buy an i7 920, with an asus p6T Deluxe V2 and 3x2gb of 1333 CL9 ram for 120 euros.
I can then add another 70 euros for a X5650 and down the line try and get a 12gb ram kit.

But how much of an upgrade would this be from my current rig and would it be worth it?

Cheers!

not much, 2500k is still pretty good. but if you need multicore then sure get it, but if all you do is gaming then i wouldn't
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post #9355 of 12898
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Originally Posted by Gdourado View Post

Hello, how are you?
I currently have a 2500k running at 4.6 on an Asus Z68V Gen3 and 2x4gb of GSkill 2133 CL9 ram.

I was offered the chance to buy an i7 920, with an asus p6T Deluxe V2 and 3x2gb of 1333 CL9 ram for 120 euros.
I can then add another 70 euros for a X5650 and down the line try and get a 12gb ram kit.

But how much of an upgrade would this be from my current rig and would it be worth it?

Cheers!
It depends on what you're doing, but one of these Xeons overclocked should come close to Sandy Bridge and single-threaded performance and demolish them in multi-threaded performance. If it doesn't cost much more to upgrade to Skylake, I'd consider that avenue instead.
post #9356 of 12898
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Originally Posted by kckyle View Post

not much, 2500k is still pretty good. but if you need multicore then sure get it, but if all you do is gaming then i wouldn't

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Originally Posted by chessmyantidrug View Post

It depends on what you're doing, but one of these Xeons overclocked should come close to Sandy Bridge and single-threaded performance and demolish them in multi-threaded performance. If it doesn't cost much more to upgrade to Skylake, I'd consider that avenue instead.

All I do is pretty much gaming.
My current GPU is a 290 Vapor X.
post #9357 of 12898
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All I do is pretty much gaming.
My current GPU is a 290 Vapor X.

it is a good deal, the mobo itself worth around 120 euros. so if you wanna flip it for profit or use it as a 2nd machine.
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post #9358 of 12898
I would almost buy it on principle alone. As kckyle said, it's a good deal. If you have the money to spend, spend it. Otherwise you're better off saving up for a more current platform.
post #9359 of 12898
Is there a reason this memory wouldn't work in an X58 system with a Xeon?

http://www.ebay.com/itm/162148385072
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post #9360 of 12898
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Is there a reason this memory wouldn't work in an X58 system with a Xeon?

http://www.ebay.com/itm/162148385072

It depends. If your MB supports ECC Registered memory, then sure. If not...well...DDR3 1600 is still cheap. Not $4.50 a stick cheap, but with new 8GB modules, a 24GB system is still pretty affordable and fewer sticks means less stress on the iMC and an easier OC.
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