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Tested the 1660.. And it clocks even better and temps are lower. 4.8ghz @ 1.3v is solid so far. Temps during cinebench hit around 60c on my NH-U14S, on my current 1650 it would hit about 75c at 4.6ghz during cinebench (which is why I got a d15), the other 1650 does 4.7@1.3v but hits around 67c during cinebench.

5ghz should be a breeze with the D15 for benching at least thumb.gif.
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Tested the 1660.. And it clocks even better and temps are lower. 4.8ghz @ 1.3v is solid so far. Temps during cinebench hit around 60c on my NH-U14S, on my current 1650 it would hit about 75c at 4.6ghz during cinebench (which is why I got a d15), the other 1650 does 4.7@1.3v but hits around 67c during cinebench.

5ghz should be a breeze with the D15 for benching at least thumb.gif.

1650 and 1660 are very similar, i'm surprised to see that much discrepancy on temps, do you know why?
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1650 and 1660 are very similar, i'm surprised to see that much discrepancy on temps, do you know why?

Nope, maybe better binned? Maybe a more even IHS? Better solder? Hard to know for sure.
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Nope, maybe better binned? Maybe a more even IHS? Better solder? Hard to know for sure.

Something along those lines i guess, will make your benches easier with a higher cpu !thumb.gif
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Well, I was testing in single channel before, so I'm guessing that makes up for most of the temp difference. In quad channel @ 2400mhz I am seeing similar temps as I was before. 4.8 is needing around 1.35v now and temps were getting into the 70's so I ended up at 4.7@1.3v which stays under 70c in p95, so I'm happy with that.

Also noticed in hwinfo it is showing that the CPU is pulling 250w under load! Corsair monitor is showing ~450w and killawatt is showing 430w. tongue.gif
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so i picked up a E5-2690v3 ES chip EBAY LINK TO SAME SELLER/CHIP, runs at 2.4-2.7ghz and really it has been pretty good. I have a 5930 i bought a Fry's a few weeks ago I may return (i needed a 40 lane CPU) so I sold my 5920k.

Setup: Asus x99-deluxe, 16gb 2133 ddr4, and 2xGTX980's SLI with a very mild 10%oc on mem and cores. The 5930 was OC'ed to 4.3ghz. and the Xeon was running a 103 FSB

some benches: (5930k vs. 2690-v3 ES)

Firestrike Extreme: 11410 vs 9085

Cinebench R15: 1242 vs 1624

Cinebench R15 single core: 166 vs 93

Cinebench R15 OpenGL: 138.30 vs 119.19

Now the only issue I have currently is this:

I play BF4 and I run about 135-145 FPS at 1440p ULTRA settings i know the 980s can handle this fps and settings as they did with the 5820k using only PCIe x16 at 8x, now they run x16. It will run smooth about 90%, now for no ryme or reason it will drop to about 50, i have been monitoring the system and one core does sit at about 90% utilization with another 3/4 running about 80%, but the times it happens are not consistent, do you all think i have a voltage/core issue? or is there something funky going on with the CPU management by windows?
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^ It's because you are seriously lacking single-thread performance with the Xeon. That's why you're getting FPS dips when you didn't with the 5820K. This is why people shouldn't be picking up locked Xeons for most gaming purposes.
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^ It's because you are seriously lacking single-thread performance with the Xeon. That's why you're getting FPS dips when you didn't with the 5820K. This is why people shouldn't be picking up locked Xeons for most gaming purposes.

that I do understand, this was more of an experiment and curiosity than to replace a mainstream consumer chip with an Xeon.

It was just odd that the situations were inconsistent, it was not like a certain high load scenario was going on, but rather just like a hiccup in a basic situation. I was just curious if there should be something I need to look at stability wise pertaining to the fact it is an ES chip. To be honest to see the FPS I am seeing is more than appropriate for the price, especially because I need the 40 lanes. Just the random spikes concerned me.
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I don't think it would have anything to do with instability. I feel like you would be having different problems if it was instability of any kind. You could run a higher manual voltage as a test, but I'm pretty sure it's just lack of single-thread performance especially considering core usage being as high as you described.

Are you running anything other than just dual 980's that's making use of these extra lanes? Just curious as I don't completely understand why you needed 40 lanes. 16x/16x isn't changing anything FPS wise over 16x/8x or even 8x/8x as that as been documented all over the web. (at least not more than 1-2%)
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you are absolutely correct on the 40 lanes not a total need until I invest in M.2 and a capture card (eventually), i was perfectly happy at the 16/8x that i had to run with the 28 lane CPU. It has to do with how the PCIe x16 slots operate on the motherboard and my water cooling set up. I could not have the cards in the approved slots for dual SLI with the 28 lane CPU, they would be to close for good hose connection, and too far for use with my EX water bridge. So I had to invest in a 40 lane to use the ones I needed.

Now i am in-between with models, and I am currently looking for a mainstream 5xxx or 6xxx chip, but I have already seen the 5930 drop in price a few places from what I had to pay just a few weeks ago. So i wanted to return it and/or get a refund on the difference (i have to drive about 1.5H to the closest Fry's (no micro center frown.gif)). Finding this chip was a good stop gap and i wanted to fiddle with VM's a bit as a side project using MINT so the 12c seemed a good place to start. Again, just a curiosity that I have had for some time and thought since I was already messing with the rig....why not was the though.

I already dropped the the FSB from 103 back down to 100 and left the Vcore alone. But I did notice that the chip does not like AIDA64 stress testing at all, i notice the "not responding" up on the top bar that i never have seen since i have been using that program; but eventually i can hit stop and/or just let it run and it will continue. Temps stay under 52C so I did not think it was thermal. It also seems very choppy with HWINFO running so i can monitor the boost clocks and core usage. Just odd stuff.....
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