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A Haswell core is a Haswell core, right?

Not really, you have 50% more cores. Devil's canyon is also binned a lot tighter, seeing the high stock frequncies.
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There's a guy on the bay selling a 5960x stating it can do 4.8GHz at 1.34V. It's only a cpu-z validation and doubt it's bench stable but still pretty good.
I'm not sure how reputable this seller is though. I just don't like it when they advertise it's new when they have a cpuz validation of the actual cpu blinksmiley.gif
http://www.ebay.ca/itm/FREE-SHIP-Intel-Core-i7-5960X-Extreme-Edition-Processor-3-0GHz-0GT-s-20MB-LGA-/251688645857?pt=CPUs&hash=item3a99cff4e1
Edited by marc0053 - 10/23/14 at 6:27am
post #3673 of 22287
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There's a guy on the bay selling a 5960x stating it can do 4.8GHz at 1.34V. It's only a cpu-z validation and doubt it's bench stable but still pretty good.
I'm not sure how reputable this seller is though.
http://www.ebay.ca/itm/FREE-SHIP-Intel-Core-i7-5960X-Extreme-Edition-Processor-3-0GHz-0GT-s-20MB-LGA-/251688645857?pt=CPUs&hash=item3a99cff4e1

This whole launch has reminded me that people 'state' quite a lot of things bud smile.gif


If it's that good, he'll have some bench screenshots no doubt with the voltage in tow
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Prime95 is notorious for making things unstable, right? Due to requesting more voltage? I feel like I've read that somewhere. Also cause my CPU insta-crashes if I run Prime95 at 4.4GHz but it's currently chomping on using AIDA64's stability test...
Edited by kael13 - 10/23/14 at 6:35am
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The new rampage V bios made memory OC fun. No more stupid errorcodes like BF/6F etc tongue.gif

I'm definitely enjoying DDR4 overclocking more than DDR3. But I haven't done much yet. Just taken my CL16 2400 rated memory (Crucial Sport) to CL14 2666 so far.
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Prime95 is notorious for making things unstable, right? Due to requesting more voltage? I feel like I've read that somewhere. Also cause my CPU insta-crashes if I run Prime95 at 4.4GHz but it's currently chomping nicely using AIDA64's stability test...

if it cause insta crash it means that you have two options, higher vcore, lower frequency since your CPU is not stable at all.
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There's a guy on the bay selling a 5960x stating it can do 4.8GHz at 1.34V. It's only a cpu-z validation and doubt it's bench stable but still pretty good.
I'm not sure how reputable this seller is though. I just don't like it when they advertise it's new when they have a cpuz validation of the actual cpu blinksmiley.gif
http://www.ebay.ca/itm/FREE-SHIP-Intel-Core-i7-5960X-Extreme-Edition-Processor-3-0GHz-0GT-s-20MB-LGA-/251688645857?pt=CPUs&hash=item3a99cff4e1

I can boot at 1.28V 4.8GHz, but no matter what I do I can't get it stable at that frequency. So I agree, a validation should be taken with less than a grain of salt.

http://valid.x86.fr/drly4m
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post #3678 of 22287
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Not really, you have 50% more cores. Devil's canyon is also binned a lot tighter, seeing the high stock frequncies.

True, I guess I didn't consider the binning. Figured that the two extra cores would mean more heat and a slightly higher chance of a bum core...but this seems pretty far off, no? I recall reading in an another article that ASUS considers 4.5@1.3V to be average for the 5960X, so 4.5@1.4 and 4.4@1.325 is pretty damn below average for a 5820K I take it?
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True, I guess I didn't consider the binning. Figured that the two extra cores would mean more heat and a slightly higher chance of a bum core...but this seems pretty far off, no? I recall reading in an another article that ASUS considers 4.5@1.3V to be average for the 5960X, so 4.5@1.4 and 4.4@1.325 is pretty damn below average for a 5820K I take it?

Are you leaving cache frequency at stock? Also try increasing Vinput = 1.95v (stock 1.8v).
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True, I guess I didn't consider the binning. Figured that the two extra cores would mean more heat and a slightly higher chance of a bum core...but this seems pretty far off, no? I recall reading in an another article that ASUS considers 4.5@1.3V to be average for the 5960X, so 4.5@1.4 and 4.4@1.325 is pretty damn below average for a 5820K I take it?

I think Asus considers 4.5GHz the average maximum overclock with any voltage.

Here is what Asus mentioned for 1.3V:
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