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Delidded my 5960X (yes, the soldered kind), worked great. Dropped 10C. Wanted to push it further by running naked and found someone here that sold me their MSI Delid Die Guard for LGA2011-v3. It worked as expected but I mishandled my 5960x during cleaning along the way; Lost 2 DRAM channels, other 2 worked sorta; often crashed during OS load/installation. After using some black silicon RTV to put the heatspreader back on, intel took it back, got a batch J625A860. Previous chip was a 4.7GHz silicon lottery batch J545A509.

Got the chip back (as well as motherboard, asus got me a refurb to replace my existing RVE due to POST code 53 with new chip and broken PCI-E eject tabs) and with everything more or less set up to go, this is what I ended up with.

i7-5960x 4700 core @ 1.31v, 4500 cache @ 1.25v
All c-states enabled, SVID enabled. Idle speeds are 1200mhz @ 0.75v, 1600mhz cache @ 0.6v, approx 20-25w die power consumption. With everything else, idle power at the wall is 120 watts.

4x16GiB DDR4-3200MHz 12-13-12-24 2T 250tRFC 32767 tREFI @ 1.5v
Tried putting RAM frequency higher, but refuses to post anywhere past 3250, regardless of timings. CPU VCCIO and SA seem to have no effect. Seems to be memory controller relaced. If someone has a recommended course of action of getting a higher frequency, that'd be great. The kit is certified for up to 3600MHz operation. I imagine a BW-E would happily run 3400+


Edited by ssateneth - 4/8/17 at 6:09pm
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Originally Posted by jura11 View Post

Hi Patryk

I've too removed top filter/panel and temps droped by 5-6°C, this top filter/panel is pretty restrictive

You can try run add fans to push pull but still think you should try raise fan speed

Hope this helps

Thanks,Jura



First need buy this LCD Temperature Sensor (Blue) V2 + G1/4" Plug Sensor

I connected the tube and did not come in contact with the graphics


I tightened the water block tighter and pulled the filter down from above



I reduced the voltage VCCIO 1.92 on 1.9 And as if stability improved

And one more
The pump is set to level 4/5 and the question is what level of pump should I set for the fans set to 7v?
Edited by patryk - 4/10/17 at 9:25am
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Originally Posted by patryk View Post

First need buy this LCD Temperature Sensor (Blue) V2 + G1/4" Plug Sensor

I connected the tube and did not come in contact with the graphics


I tightened the water block tighter and pulled the filter down from above



I reduced the voltage VCCIO 1.92 on 1.9 And as if stability improved

And one more
The pump is set to level 4/5 and the question is what level of pump should I set for the fans set to 7v?

this is a typo - right?
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this is a typo - right?

typo ?
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typo ?

yeah typo. I doubt you are running vccio at 1.90V silly.
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post #21486 of 21758
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Originally Posted by ssateneth View Post

Delidded my 5960X (yes, the soldered kind), worked great. Dropped 10C. Wanted to push it further by running naked and found someone here that sold me their MSI Delid Die Guard for LGA2011-v3. It worked as expected but I mishandled my 5960x during cleaning along the way; Lost 2 DRAM channels, other 2 worked sorta; often crashed during OS load/installation. After using some black silicon RTV to put the heatspreader back on, intel took it back, got a batch J625A860. Previous chip was a 4.7GHz silicon lottery batch J545A509.

Got the chip back (as well as motherboard, asus got me a refurb to replace my existing RVE due to POST code 53 with new chip and broken PCI-E eject tabs) and with everything more or less set up to go, this is what I ended up with.

i7-5960x 4700 core @ 1.31v, 4500 cache @ 1.25v
All c-states enabled, SVID enabled. Idle speeds are 1200mhz @ 0.75v, 1600mhz cache @ 0.6v, approx 20-25w die power consumption. With everything else, idle power at the wall is 120 watts.

4x16GiB DDR4-3200MHz 12-13-12-24 2T 250tRFC 32767 tREFI @ 1.5v
Tried putting RAM frequency higher, but refuses to post anywhere past 3250, regardless of timings. CPU VCCIO and SA seem to have no effect. Seems to be memory controller relaced. If someone has a recommended course of action of getting a higher frequency, that'd be great. The kit is certified for up to 3600MHz operation. I imagine a BW-E would happily run 3400+


Straps.
Use 125 for 3333; Set DRAM to 2666 and change the strap.
Use 167 for 3555 or 3666 if you can. Set BCLK to RAM ratio 100:133 for 3555 and 100:100 for 3666.
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Originally Posted by ssateneth View Post

Delidded my 5960X (yes, the soldered kind), worked great. Dropped 10C. Wanted to push it further by running naked and found someone here that sold me their MSI Delid Die Guard for LGA2011-v3. It worked as expected but I mishandled my 5960x during cleaning along the way; Lost 2 DRAM channels, other 2 worked sorta; often crashed during OS load/installation. After using some black silicon RTV to put the heatspreader back on, intel took it back, got a batch J625A860. Previous chip was a 4.7GHz silicon lottery batch J545A509.

Got the chip back (as well as motherboard, asus got me a refurb to replace my existing RVE due to POST code 53 with new chip and broken PCI-E eject tabs) and with everything more or less set up to go, this is what I ended up with.

i7-5960x 4700 core @ 1.31v, 4500 cache @ 1.25v
All c-states enabled, SVID enabled. Idle speeds are 1200mhz @ 0.75v, 1600mhz cache @ 0.6v, approx 20-25w die power consumption. With everything else, idle power at the wall is 120 watts.

4x16GiB DDR4-3200MHz 12-13-12-24 2T 250tRFC 32767 tREFI @ 1.5v
Tried putting RAM frequency higher, but refuses to post anywhere past 3250, regardless of timings. CPU VCCIO and SA seem to have no effect. Seems to be memory controller relaced. If someone has a recommended course of action of getting a higher frequency, that'd be great. The kit is certified for up to 3600MHz operation. I imagine a BW-E would happily run 3400+


You're going to have a really hard time getting a 5960x over 3200 for 24/7 use, only way I know how is get it stable at 3200 then raise your blck up while raising voltages as well, it'll increase your core, cache and RAM clocks all at the same time, but all three will need more voltage to stay stable.
    
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yeah typo. I doubt you are running vccio at 1.90V silly.

actualy 1.88
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ok i'm trying to get a 32gb kit as a replacement for my 16gb kit of ripjaws 4 (F4-3200C16-4GRK) they're running at 3200mhz atm on my Msi Gaming ack 9 (i'm rebuilding the box and swapping to the rampage V edi 10 when i get my new case unwrapped (rma from nanoxia they've really been awesome btw)

Would you guys replace it with a trident Z 3200mhz 32gb kit or a https://www.gskill.com/en/product/f4-3000c15q-16grk?

I know the cpu can handle 3200mhz ram but the qvl list for haswell-e hasn't been updated for 3200mhz
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Never heard of nanoxia before. Neat cases
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