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Hi guys, quick question, I'm interested in getting a x99 motherboard and a quad core, with the option to upgrade to a 6 core later, I'd like to know if the Intel Xeon E5-1620 v3 which is rated at 140W would really consume more power than lets say an i7-4790. They are both quad cores and run pretty much the same speed, except the xeon has almost double the thermal design.
I can get the motherboard and cpu for the same price a regular skylake rig would be, so I rather have the option to upgrade to more cores down the road.
Edited by pstN - 8/21/16 at 6:35am
post #13292 of 16144
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Hi guys, quick question, I'm interested in getting a x99 motherboard and a quad core, with the option to upgrade to a 6 core later, I'd like to know if the Intel Xeon E5-1650 v3 which is rated at 140W would really consume more power than lets say an i7-4790. They are both quad cores and run pretty much the same speed, except the xeon has almost double the thermal design.
I can get the motherboard and cpu for the same price a regular skylake rig would be, so I rather have the option to upgrade to more cores down the road.

Hello

The E5-1650 v3 is a 6 core CPU not 4 core.
post #13293 of 16144
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Originally Posted by Praz View Post

Hello

The E5-1650 v3 is a 6 core CPU not 4 core.

I'm sorry, I meant the Intel Xeon E5-1620 v3
post #13294 of 16144
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Originally Posted by Zero-Cold View Post

Hello folks!
I'm new to X99 LGA-2011v3 overclocking and I'm trying to read various guides here and generally on the Internet, but I mostly see recommendations just for Vcore, Cache, XMP, System Agent and eventually Inpu voltage.

My board is ASUS X99-A II.
My CPU is i7-6800k Broadwell-E
My RAM is 2x8 GB Kingston HyperX 3000MHz/CL-15-17-17-39 at 1.35v
My cooling is a Noctua NH-D15 with 2x Noctua 1600 RPM fans at full speed
I'm aiming at 4.3GHz stable for non-AVX workloads and 4.0-4.1 GHz for AVX-enabled workloads

I have a few questions:

I) Which are the "mandatory" (or recommended or common) things I need to set in UEFI before playing with frequencies and main voltages? I mean stuff like maybe:
CPU SVID support = DISABLED
MEM SVID support = DISABLED
CPU Spread Spectrum = DISABLED
Load Line Calibration = LVL 9
VRM Spread Spectrum = DISABLED
CPU Power Phase Control = OPTIMIZED
DRAM Power Phase Control = OPTIMIZED
Long Duration Package Power Limit = ?
Package Power Time Window = ?
Shot Duration Package Power Limit = ?
CPU Integrated VR Current Limit = ?
CPU Integrated VR Fault Management = ?
CPU Integrated VR Efficiency Management = ?

Anything on the Tweaker's Paradise maybe? Or something ese I didn't put on the list above?

4300 at 1.35v Vcore fails in under 3 loops on the non-AVX Linx with a freeze/bsod or "stopped upon an error".
sadsmiley.gif


Hi Zero , KedarWolf was kind enough to make Text Copies of his Settings on the X99 II for me , and also his Adaptive Setting ,so I'll attach them here as I can't find that post.

KedarWolfsSettingsonX99A_2for5960x4.7GHZBios_setting.txt 34k .txt file

KedarWolfsAdaptiveSettingsonX99A_2for5960x4.7GHZBios_.txt 33k .txt file


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Update on my Bluetooth situation!

CLEAR CMOS Fixed the Bluetooth issue. But that killed my RAID0, but you can get it back with gdisk or other utility that can grab the backup partition table.
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So, I just got everything up and running on the Rampage V Edition 10 and it's all groovy except...the DAC doesn't work. No sound comes out of it at all, either 6.3 or 3.5mm. SupremeFX Hi-Fi is the default sound device, but I can't actually hear anything. Also, when I start the Supreme FX application, nothing happens once I choose the headphone jack diameter. Anyone run into this?
post #13297 of 16144
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Originally Posted by mbze430 View Post

Update on my Bluetooth situation!

CLEAR CMOS Fixed the Bluetooth issue. But that killed my RAID0, but you can get it back with gdisk or other utility that can grab the backup partition table.

It's proper procedure to disconnect all arrays before clearing or flashing the UEFI
post #13298 of 16144
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Originally Posted by Zero-Cold View Post

Hello folks!
I'm new to X99 LGA-2011v3 overclocking and I'm trying to read various guides here and generally on the Internet, but I mostly see recommendations just for Vcore, Cache, XMP, System Agent and eventually Inpu voltage.

My board is ASUS X99-A II.
My CPU is i7-6800k Broadwell-E
My RAM is 2x8 GB Kingston HyperX 3000MHz/CL-15-17-17-39 at 1.35v
My cooling is a Noctua NH-D15 with 2x Noctua 1600 RPM fans at full speed
I'm aiming at 4.3GHz stable for non-AVX workloads and 4.0-4.1 GHz for AVX-enabled workloads

I have a few questions:

I) Which are the "mandatory" (or recommended or common) things I need to set in UEFI before playing with frequencies and main voltages? I mean stuff like maybe:
CPU SVID support = DISABLED
MEM SVID support = DISABLED
CPU Spread Spectrum = DISABLED
Load Line Calibration = LVL 9
VRM Spread Spectrum = DISABLED
CPU Power Phase Control = OPTIMIZED
DRAM Power Phase Control = OPTIMIZED
Long Duration Package Power Limit = ?
Package Power Time Window = ?
Shot Duration Package Power Limit = ?
CPU Integrated VR Current Limit = ?
CPU Integrated VR Fault Management = ?
CPU Integrated VR Efficiency Management = ?

Anything on the Tweaker's Paradise maybe? Or something ese I didn't put on the list above?

4300 at 1.35v Vcore fails in under 3 loops on the non-AVX Linx with a freeze/bsod or "stopped upon an error".
sadsmiley.gif

If new to these things, pretty much all the settings you have listed with the exception of LLC can be left to the board
post #13299 of 16144
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It's proper procedure to disconnect all arrays before clearing or flashing the UEFI

Indeed, and yet I have never lost my RAID 0 or 10 structure with them connected yet while clearing my CMOS or using Flashback. Sure the controller switches back to default AHCI but when I switch it back to RAID it recognizes the previous disk structure. Maybe I've been lucky smile.gif.
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Indeed, and yet I have never lost my RAID 0 or 10 structure with them connected yet while clearing my CMOS or using Flashback. Sure the controller switches back to default AHCI but when I switch it back to RAID it recognizes the previous disk structure. Maybe I've been lucky smile.gif.

maybe we've both been lucky - I do/did the same. But it is a safer idea to disconnect the raid drives .
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