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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
480 Total Votes  
post #9691 of 12866
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I test 30mins to a hour on prime 95 nd IBT nd then start using it everyday. Mostly i game and everyday internet. My bigest stability isses have always been power saving features so as long as those are stable im fine. If its stable for what you use it for but might crash in heavy benching i wouldnt fix it unless you are benchmarking or stress testing often

I have been Gaming a lot in the last two days and no problems at all, so as you said for what i need it it's stable, i am using 1.317V but i dont think that's the problem otherwise it would crash with both Prime95, and temperatures are more than acceptable.

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I have added this Lady to my X58 setup:










That's a awesome looking card. Can you please do a gaming benchmark,like a gta v,rise of tomb raider e.t.c ? Thanks.
post #9693 of 12866
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That's a awesome looking card. Can you please do a gaming benchmark,like a gta v,rise of tomb raider e.t.c ? Thanks.

Sorry but i dont play none of those Games
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With the release of DX12 there has been some speculation that 6 & 8 core processors (our beloved Xeons!) will see increased
utilization because DX12 has increased potential to facilitate coding that draws on all available CPU cores.

The conventional "Wisdom" says that for gaming, once you've got 4 cores it's higher clock frequency that matters, not more cores.

If this is true (I believe it is), than a 4 core X5687 Xeon @ 3.6 gHz will out perform a 6 core W3690 @ 3.47 gHz even though the
W3690 is rated as being over 32% more powerful:

https://www.cpubenchmark.net/compare.php?cmp%5B%5D=1313&cmp%5B%5D=1275

Has anybody ever tested this on identically set-up systems ?
post #9695 of 12866
AFAIK Vulkan and DX12 will accept 6 CPU cores for gpu rendering. With DX11 even DX11.1 the interface is limited to 1 core for GPU rendering, no matter how many cores the cpu has.

Anyone feel free to correct me if I am wrong.


A small crowd of people buy those chips and do NOT overclock them. Would you like to discuss the differences between those two, DX12, and gaming, while not overclocked?
     
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post #9696 of 12866
Only when dev makes cpu:s to work on many cores, so no they are not gonna do that.
post #9697 of 12866
Releasing the API is only half the process. Developers have to implement it. It's akin to Intel including new instruction sets, but it only matters if programs actually use them.
post #9698 of 12866
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Releasing the API is only half the process. Developers have to implement it. It's akin to Intel including new instruction sets, but it only matters if programs actually use them.

Yes but it will be a lot easier to do so now whereas in the past this was all work placed on the developers. We will see this implemented as it opens up the door to access more power for better graphics a lot easier than it has ever been. In this case I would say that yes, this will breathe new life into these older X58 6 core Xeon machines. Eventually. And only for engines that get optimized to use the new instruction sets in DX12.
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post #9699 of 12866
Been lurking for a while, good to see the X58's still going strong!


http://valid.x86.fr/6x56s8
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So finally I could get it boot by following the advice of setting ALL the voltages manually. I'm on air, and my only goal was to achieve a stable 4.00ghz, which I did via 160 bclk @ 1,206vcore. Anything more on bclk or less on vcore crashes on p95 small fft after about 3 minutes. At this setup I can run flawlessly BUT I'm a bit hot. TCase ("CPU" in AIDA64) hovers around 70-73 on full load and 50 on idle, but what bothers me is that Realtemp reports cores hitting 92 as you can see in the attached picture. Now, Intel says our limit on Westmere is 81 Case, and I am 71, so it should be safe enough, am I correct?
Ram has to run at 1,66 as per sticks specs, and QPI/VTT is therefore 1,215 to keep it under the 0,5 delta from Ram voltage.
C-states, P-States and EIST have to be disabled to allow me proper responsiveness on real-time audio applications (that was the case evene at stock speeds)
If anyone can look at the picture and tell me if I can sleep fine that's a gift!
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