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has anyone tried the bclk overclocking on x99 (2011 v3) rigs yet? I just picked up a Xeon e5 2683 V3 14-core ES cpu for $240, am really curious to see what kind of overclocking people are getting with cpu's that are similar

thanks!

Just like any locked 2011 Xeon, you'll probably be looking at 105-107mhz bclk.
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That's about what I was guessing... I'm looking at the Supermicro SUPERMICRO SuperO MBD-C7X99-OCE-O motherboard, theres not a ton of reviews on it but I think it should be a good board for tuning (at least, hopefully lol). From the reviews there are, it looks really good and has dual gig nics (and I found some for $220 refurbed on Newegg so)

I also was reading through the massive (impressive) motherboard manual and found this
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Disable OverClocking Lock
If this feature is set to Enabled, the OverClocking Lock will be deactivated.
The options are Disabled and Enabled.
I have no idea what this means, no info on it anywhere but it seems interesting... perhaps overclocking related ... idk, perhaps just misleading
(heres the manual: http://www.supermicro.com/manuals/motherboard/X99/MNL-1646.pdf was on page 88 that is useful stuff)

also thanks for the info tbob22!
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That's about what I was guessing... I'm looking at the Supermicro SUPERMICRO SuperO MBD-C7X99-OCE-O motherboard, theres not a ton of reviews on it but I think it should be a good board for tuning (at least, hopefully lol). From the reviews there are, it looks really good and has dual gig nics (and I found some for $220 refurbed on Newegg so)

I also was reading through the massive (impressive) motherboard manual and found this
I have no idea what this means, no info on it anywhere but it seems interesting... perhaps overclocking related ... idk, perhaps just misleading
(heres the manual: http://www.supermicro.com/manuals/motherboard/X99/MNL-1646.pdf was on page 88 that is useful stuff)

also thanks for the info tbob22!

No problem. thumb.gif

I'm guessing that option just unlocks some settings like voltage and bclk adjustment, most boards have an option like that to enable overclocking.

That seems like a solid deal for that board. Just keep in mind it is geared toward gaming so it does not support Buffered/Registered ECC memory like you'd normally expect from a Supermicro board.
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I forgot to post here,, i did get my e5 2683 v3 in my x99 ud3p gigabyte board. It works however memory multipliers are maxed i think at 2133? So aside from some glitches like CPUZ reporting memory timings wrong it worked well. I think i wasnt even able to get 105bclk - This giga board is very odd on bclck and i lose gpus at 104/5. Anyways i took it back out to do some benching with the new timespy. I did manage to run some timespy on it though.

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I think i was able to only get 2400/2300 across all cores. I didn't really spend much time with it because 3dmark wouldn't let me submit valid results with it not recognizing the cpu. I will put it back in soon and play around some more. I am thinking about getting another x99 mobo so i can have this as a 4k gaming rig. Just not sure what mobo to get yet... i am thinking about an asus board even though that's against my religion! tongue.gif
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@dagget3450 This is a really good point of comparison - super parallel 14 core CPU results are of great interest in this thread!

I don't suppose you have any 970's lying around do you?
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mostly picked the Supermicro because the PCIE layout allows for my 390+390X and also the PCIE SSD i have (at the same time) well, that and the fact that I figured Supermicro is the one that would be the most likely to support ES chips out of the box ... darn 3-slot GPU's taking up so much space tongue.gif In any case I'm going from a 3970x and MSI x79a-gd45 Plus to the mentioned setup so it's going to be a big upgrade... maybe not so much in gaming but definitely in other stuff like rendering, streaming, the like.


I'm hoping for a 2.4 or 2.5 ghz speed, anything more than that would be cool (if it hits 3ghz+ i'll be amazed but that is unlikely, really depends on bclk limits)
    
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I forgot to post here,, i did get my e5 2683 v3 in my x99 ud3p gigabyte board. It works however memory multipliers are maxed i think at 2133? So aside from some glitches like CPUZ reporting memory timings wrong it worked well. I think i wasnt even able to get 105bclk - This giga board is very odd on bclck and i lose gpus at 104/5. Anyways i took it back out to do some benching with the new timespy. I did manage to run some timespy on it though.

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http://www.3dmark.com/spy/56278

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DX12 is loving those cores. It is actually outperforming your SR2/x5650's @ 4.18ghz with a single card. smile.gif
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mostly picked the Supermicro because the PCIE layout allows for my 390+390X and also the PCIE SSD i have (at the same time) well, that and the fact that I figured Supermicro is the one that would be the most likely to support ES chips out of the box ... darn 3-slot GPU's taking up so much space tongue.gif In any case I'm going from a 3970x and MSI x79a-gd45 Plus to the mentioned setup so it's going to be a big upgrade... maybe not so much in gaming but definitely in other stuff like rendering, streaming, the like.


I'm hoping for a 2.4 or 2.5 ghz speed, anything more than that would be cool (if it hits 3ghz+ i'll be amazed but that is unlikely, really depends on bclk limits)

You should see a boost in specific multithreaded applications, but some may see a decrease because of the clockspeed drop. Multitasking overall should be improved though.
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on a semi related note
the e5 2683 v3 CPU I got is an QEY7 stepping, apperently this means it's an early version
what will the differences be? Anything major, or?

(only thing I can spot is the turbo speed is 2.6 Ghz vs the 3 ghz of retail)
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@dagget3450 This is a really good point of comparison - super parallel 14 core CPU results are of great interest in this thread!

I don't suppose you have any 970's lying around do you?

Sadly i don't frown.gif

I almost bought a 980ti on sale but had to replace washer and dryer at home lol. Priorities tongue.gif If i do manage to nab a gpu i could test but it may be a while for me frown.gif
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on a semi related note
the e5 2683 v3 CPU I got is an QEY7 stepping, apperently this means it's an early version
what will the differences be? Anything major, or?

(only thing I can spot is the turbo speed is 2.6 Ghz vs the 3 ghz of retail)

Those have been available for a long time, so if there are any major issues they should be known by now. I believe you're in the clear.

But the lower turbo is definitely a put-off.
Edited by MrKoala - 7/19/16 at 12:06am
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