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post #421 of 1530
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Nice work dude.

The bypass-the-power-limit shunt resister trick might be of use to me on my 970's, and also I wonder HOW our socket 2011 chips are reading their power limits..... might such a hack work on CPU's? biggrin.gif
post #422 of 1530
If you're talking about modding the shunt resistor on nVidia GPUs so that they misread the TDP (because the voltage drop appears less with a partially bypassed resistor), it is not necessary on intel CPUs, AFAIK, since BIOS' have a straightforward way of enabling OC's well beyond the TDP the CPU shipped with. You can relatively easily overvolt a processor just through the BIOS, whereas the GPU BIOS is a lot more locked down and needs these tricks to provide more voltage than the stock BIOS will allow. So not really a comparable trick for overclocking on these CPUs, again AFAIK/IMHO etc.
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@CaveManthe0ne - yes! somewhere in that document is probably an answer smile.gif
@mohiuddin - waaaaaa that's toasty smile.gif decent score though, +30% on my 5650 @ 4GHz

Hey guys, I have a job interview this week - wish me luck biggrin.gif You never know I might be able to afford some hardware if I land it! Plus, it's electronics R&D, so would be help this quest/hardware hacking skills
Yeah. Besides the clock-voltage wasn't tested thoroughly to check it's stability as I was afraid to run prime 95. Besides isn't 1.41v Vcore alittle above recommended range?
Btw, got the cpu for 130$ equivalent smile.gif
post #424 of 1530
Well, now my x99 system is up and running. The ES e5 2683 v3 is ... odd? but quite nice actually- the minimum clock speed is 2.3 Ghz and the max boost is 2.6 Ghz which is decent... the higher minimum clock is the awesome part, the lower boost clock is ... mehhhhh. The Cinebench is just insanity tho:


(it gets a whopping 1538... from the 1210 or so of my 3970x that is ... wow)

I was going to tweak the BCLK and such in the BIOS but with the version I have on the Supermicro x99 it wont let me change much of anything (which is odd). I may install the original bios (version 1) so I can get the tuning options and stuff back but otherwise my system works well so far.
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Well, now my x99 system is up and running. The ES e5 2683 v3 is ... odd? but quite nice actually- the minimum clock speed is 2.3 Ghz and the max boost is 2.6 Ghz which is decent... the higher minimum clock is the awesome part, the lower boost clock is ... mehhhhh. The Cinebench is just insanity tho:


(it gets a whopping 1538... from the 1210 or so of my 3970x that is ... wow)

I was going to tweak the BCLK and such in the BIOS but with the version I have on the Supermicro x99 it wont let me change much of anything (which is odd). I may install the original bios (version 1) so I can get the tuning options and stuff back but otherwise my system works well so far.

Looking good, two of those would be insane. I'd be interested to see what the single threaded test looks like. My dual x5670 with 48gb of 1333mhz gets a bit over 1400 in multithread and around 100 in single thread.
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It gets around 90 on single core, and that is running around 2.3-.245 Ghz at any given time on the single CPU core.

also holy crap the CPU is only using .82 volts usually, highest ive seen it use it .9 volts
    
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It gets around 90 on single core, and that is running around 2.3-.245 Ghz at any given time on the single CPU core.

also holy crap the CPU is only using .82 volts usually, highest ive seen it use it .9 volts

Can you tell me your cpu temps, also what your using for a cooler? Mine surprised me temps seemed real high and it was under a cm hyper 212... lol
post #428 of 1530
I'm using an old Hydro H100 - its 240mm and rather old (this thing: http://www.corsair.com/en-us/hydro-series-h100-extreme-performance-liquid-cpu-cooler ) and the temps are very reasonable, idles around 40 and maxes at 60ish ... gaming is typically 50-55 degrees.
(my ambient ranges from 20-24 C so that's also something to note.)
    
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Has anyone made a Haswell/Broadwell EP on 2011v3 owners thread yet? I was looking around and theres nothing similar... perhaps that could be a thing?
I figured since a decent chunk of people here have either one of these (or Sandy/Ivy EP on 2011, that could be a thread too) it could be a good idea to ask that here


also game streaming is so nice with the 14core... I can play maxed out games like Hitman Absolution or SoM and stream at full 1080p only using 30-45% CPU usage :O
Still trying to figure out how to overclock the thing tongue.gif
    
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Haven't run 3dmark in a while. At 4.6ghz right now as the summer has been pretty toasty.
http://www.3dmark.com/fs/9659455

I found it interesting that my physics score is pretty much equal to a 5930k at the same speed.
http://www.3dmark.com/fs/7281129
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