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Core=4.5GHz.
I can run 12 hours OCCT with Cache 3.9GHz at Only Vring=1.1V.
For a non OC socket, that's not so bad thumb.gif

I also raised RAM from 2666MHz to 3200MHz by raising timings from 13-13-13-36-250-1T to 15-16-16-45-300-1T (Still 1.35V).



I will do MemTest during all the day tomorrow. Hope it will pass. rolleyes.gif
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So I received my 5960X.
But now I am getting a bit of buyers remorse.
I got it for 570 Euros.
It is a great price and even better when I think that the cheapest I can get a 6900K is 910 Euros.
But I currently just use the computer for gaming and not much since I don't have much time. Just a couple of hours on weekdays.
The rest of the time, the computer is pretty much powered off.
So I am thinking if I should return it or sell it and get a cheaper 6800K and pocket the difference or put it towards a GPU upgrade in the near future...
The 6800K is 375 by the way, so I would still save 200 Euros...
All in all, I don't know... This buyers remorse is really getting the better of me...

Cheers!
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Hello again , i have oced pretty much everything , now the last thing to do is a ram timing tighten. My ramsticks couldnt do a 3200mhz on 100strap , they could do only a 2666mhz but got stable 3000mhz on 125strap with 1.35V then increased a bit my voltage to 1.4V to be extremely stable. I am using XMP's timings (my kit is a quad-dimm ripjawsIV 2400 15-15-15-35-2N) what timing's should i firstly try? I like overclocking in general using the highests values first and then slowly decrease the values until find stability so i would like to try something tight at first place thumb.gif
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i would say (im a noob with ram timings) try to change 2N->1N
after that i would do 14-14-14-32
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Would a Swiftech H240-X make a big difference in cooling a 5960X against a Noctua NH-D15?
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Originally Posted by Gdourado View Post

So I received my 5960X.
But now I am getting a bit of buyers remorse.
I got it for 570 Euros.
It is a great price and even better when I think that the cheapest I can get a 6900K is 910 Euros.
But I currently just use the computer for gaming and not much since I don't have much time. Just a couple of hours on weekdays.
The rest of the time, the computer is pretty much powered off.
So I am thinking if I should return it or sell it and get a cheaper 6800K and pocket the difference or put it towards a GPU upgrade in the near future...
The 6800K is 375 by the way, so I would still save 200 Euros...
All in all, I don't know... This buyers remorse is really getting the better of me...

Cheers!
Its a great peace of hardware especially for the price. And 8 Cores > 6 Cores. How good does it overclock? If it does 4.5 with your cooler Id say you should keep it instead getting a ~4.2 hexacore thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by Gdourado View Post

So I received my 5960X.
But now I am getting a bit of buyers remorse.
I got it for 570 Euros.
It is a great price and even better when I think that the cheapest I can get a 6900K is 910 Euros.
But I currently just use the computer for gaming and not much since I don't have much time. Just a couple of hours on weekdays.
The rest of the time, the computer is pretty much powered off.
So I am thinking if I should return it or sell it and get a cheaper 6800K and pocket the difference or put it towards a GPU upgrade in the near future...
The 6800K is 375 by the way, so I would still save 200 Euros...
All in all, I don't know... This buyers remorse is really getting the better of me...

Cheers!

That's a small margin.

Here in Australia, my fukn god man, ya need a bank loan to buy stuff.

5960X that are still listed at the pc shops are $1500+

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Would a Swiftech H240-X make a big difference in cooling a 5960X against a Noctua NH-D15?

Probably 5-6C off your peak CPU temperatures. It can be a tricky cooler to fit and is not compatible with every case. It will require the fans to be in the pull position above the radiator.
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Probably 5-6C off your peak CPU temperatures. It can be a tricky cooler to fit and is not compatible with every case. It will require the fans to be in the pull position above the radiator.

So based on your comments, not worth it then?
Or would it allow more voltage to be pumped to achieve higher OC?
I read that air cooling tops at 1.2v fo haswell-é. Is this accurate?
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Gdourado View Post

So I received my 5960X.
But now I am getting a bit of buyers remorse.
I got it for 570 Euros.
It is a great price and even better when I think that the cheapest I can get a 6900K is 910 Euros.
But I currently just use the computer for gaming and not much since I don't have much time. Just a couple of hours on weekdays.
The rest of the time, the computer is pretty much powered off.
So I am thinking if I should return it or sell it and get a cheaper 6800K and pocket the difference or put it towards a GPU upgrade in the near future...
The 6800K is 375 by the way, so I would still save 200 Euros...
All in all, I don't know... This buyers remorse is really getting the better of me...

Cheers!


Sheesh! That's about the price of a 5930K here. I'd keep that if I were you.
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Originally Posted by leonman44 View Post

Hello again , i have oced pretty much everything , now the last thing to do is a ram timing tighten. My ramsticks couldnt do a 3200mhz on 100strap , they could do only a 2666mhz but got stable 3000mhz on 125strap with 1.35V then increased a bit my voltage to 1.4V to be extremely stable. I am using XMP's timings (my kit is a quad-dimm ripjawsIV 2400 15-15-15-35-2N) what timing's should i firstly try? I like overclocking in general using the highests values first and then slowly decrease the values until find stability so i would like to try something tight at first place thumb.gif

Try TFAW to 16 and CAS Write latency to 9 first. And look for DRAM Refresh Cycle to 8 or 9. These things forces the RTLs to go down.

Check for stability.

Then maybe try, 14-15-15-35-1T? Till your primaries go down.
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