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Originally Posted by Mr-Dark View Post


More core for that game is nothing, but simply the difference is 4 core for the windows/program and the windows use 8 thread alone that's it thumb.gif

Still thinking about 6700k and M8R for 540$ so i can test both and i will keep the better one thumb.gif

 

I considered the 6700K when I got my upgrades. I might go grab one from Fry's and a mobo and do the same thing just for fun haha. I am happy with what I have though. The few extra FPS in games now won't matter in the long run. As consoles become more multithreaded so will the games that use them which translates over to more PC games which take advantage of the extra cores.

 

A few notable engines/games that use as many cores as they can get are:

Frostbite 3, Cryengine 3, Total War series, Civilation series, SWTOR, World of Tanks, Newer Medal of Honor games.

 

So the time is coming when more cores will help games, we are just on the cusp of that happening. Plus, for those of us who stream the extra cores are amazing for helping keep recording and gaming at a good pace without frame drop.

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@penryn wot is only for 9.14 in 9.13 and before multicore threading is iffy at best depending really from micropatch to patch sadly frown.gif

though i do agree the extra cores are great for streaming but i mostly offload my stream on the streaming engine on my Gaming 9 ack but when i don't it's deffo handy to use the extra cores from the 5960x to the stream smile.gif
Edited by Cyb3r - 3/1/16 at 3:38pm
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Originally Posted by hotrod717 View Post

More testing. Loving this new chip.

48/44 @ 1.98v Input /1.325 core/1.225v ring

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That's in line! Do you run the ring v that high regular or just testing? Mine does 44 1.20v but sometimes I think it may not be enough.

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Hey mate smile.gif

I can confirm that for sure, Z97 was super easy for me with no tweak at all.. but the x99 still stronger one biggrin.gif
Oh, I know ..... thumbsupsmiley.png it is. It's just that it can be a ROYAL headache to comprehend how it all affects the other piece of the puzzle when you make a change. I to frikken old to try and be smart enough.... smart behind enough I'm not to old for. biggrin.gif

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Can someone recommend a condition to rectify that causes either of these BSOD's when running RealBench 2.43?

CLOCK_WATCHDOG_TIMEOUT

and

WHEA_UNCORRECTABLE_ERROR

I'm working on this 5960x chip some more. Assuming 30° coolant at the max, 1.95v input voltage. Maximum TΔ from coolant seems to be 50°
5GHz - Bootable, but not stable in multithread loads at all. Near-instant freeze/BSOD on starting RealBench stress. Tried all voltages from 1.3 to 1.4. Stability period did not increase with increasing voltages.
4.9GHz - Bootable. Approx 30 seconds stable in RealBench until BSOD. Tried voltages from 1.275 to 1.375. Stability period did not increase with increasing voltages.
4.8GHz - Bootable, reasonably stable. Approx 2-20 minutes stable in Realbench until BSOD. Tried voltages from 1.25 to 1.35. Stability period did not increase with increasing voltages. Maximum TΔ from coolant was anywhere from 45°-50° depending on voltage.
4.7GHz - Bootable, Seemingly fine. Currently testing @ 1.2625v. Would not POST at 1.25v or 1.25625v. TΔ from coolant is about 42°

RAM and Cache have been downclocked significantly to rule them out as causes of problems (2400MHz 12-12-12-30-1T 1.35v and 4GHz 1.2v respectively). I will bring them up next once I figure out the core speed I want to run at.

I also understand that RealBench is not reeeeeeally a good stressing program; I'll try 'harder' programs down the road.


Edited by ssateneth - 3/1/16 at 7:24pm
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Can someone recommend a condition to rectify that causes either of these BSOD's when running RealBench 2.43?

CLOCK_WATCHDOG_TIMEOUT

and

WHEA_UNCORRECTABLE_ERROR

I'm working on this 5960x chip some more. Assuming 30° coolant at the max, 1.95v input voltage. Maximum TΔ from coolant seems to be 50°
5GHz - Bootable, but not stable in multithread loads at all. Near-instant freeze/BSOD on starting RealBench stress. Tried all voltages from 1.3 to 1.4. Stability period did not increase with increasing voltages.
4.9GHz - Bootable. Approx 30 seconds stable in RealBench until BSOD. Tried voltages from 1.275 to 1.375. Stability period did not increase with increasing voltages.
4.8GHz - Bootable, reasonably stable. Approx 2-20 minutes stable in Realbench until BSOD. Tried voltages from 1.25 to 1.35. Stability period did not increase with increasing voltages. Maximum TΔ from coolant was anywhere from 45°-50° depending on voltage.
4.7GHz - Bootable, Seemingly fine. Currently testing @ 1.2625v. Would not POST at 1.25v or 1.25625v. TΔ from coolant is about 42°

RAM and Cache have been downclocked significantly to rule them out as causes of problems (2400MHz 12-12-12-30-1T 1.35v and 4GHz 1.2v respectively). I will bring them up next once I figure out the core speed I want to run at.

I also understand that RealBench is not reeeeeeally a good stressing program; I'll try 'harder' programs down the road.


best to just leave ram and cache on auto until you scope out the core then come back to those later. once you get to 4.7 and higher you will need to increase VCCIn to 1.96+ish. Some chips need 1.98 and even higher. 1.35vcore for 4.8GHz would be an excellent chip. BUT,,, you should really start at lower multis and work up, not down with an 8 core. Shedding heat is limiting at high clocks and you not a delta T of 50C vs coolant? erm - check the package temp in AID64. it could be 20C higher than the cores.
So.. long-short. get a stable 45core and if this is 1.25V or lower - you have a good chip and then work up to higher frequencies. Remember - it's approx 10mV per 100MHz per core. so each multi on strap 100 with a 5960X should be no more than 80mV higher than the last multi. once it gets much higher (~100mV) the chip is getting out of its linear phase. thumb.gif

oh yeah - WHEA and CWT are insufficient voltage - on x99 that's vcore AND vccin.

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Hi guys, I have a very strange problem when overclocking with my Asus X99 RVE 3.1usb + 5960x.

When i OC, i would pass the stability/stress test with AIDA64 and OCCT (about 2hours).
But I get overclocking failed error when I try boot up my PC. I had to go into BIOS, load optimized defautls before I can boot into Windows again.

Any clue what's the reason behind this? Should I be running the stability/stress test for a much longer duration?


This has happened to me also several times. what i found that has worked is, once the system reboots and the screen comes up that says press f1 to enter bios due to overclock failure, I press f1 and enter the bios and just save without changes. once the system reboots back into windows everything is stable and back to normal.

The reason for me saying several times is due to me doing several over clocks and several installations. Not several times on one overclock.

I hope you can understand what i'm trying to say.
     
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Working from the bottom up seems counter intuitive with respect to time. If I start low, that means testing for hours until trying the next setting until its -not- stable. I'm starting from the top and going down, with aggressively low voltages first (pretty much assuming a golden chip and working from there). This leads to faster crashes and faster progression to a final stable setting.
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LOL. Then start high and HIGH on Voltages. You might save up CPU LIFE. lachen.gif


The reason it is advised to start low is to find where the chip stops scaling. If you don't know what that means, go figure. rolleyes.gif
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