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The timings I used gave me similar results, and lasted over 100% coverage, which is not bad at all... Now these ones are rock solid and perform at least as well, still waiting for your congrats, like this word, and hope you add me to your list!!! smile.gif

Well, I am here with a 5960x which works reasonably on strap 125-3333, with a double kit of gskills 3600 CL15 which are meat only or potatoes only, and scoring better than newer (except for the writes) 6900k, I feel good!!!

wink.gif

Will try the 6950x, hope I get a decent unit...
Edited by vmanuelgm - 7/14/16 at 3:51am
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Originally Posted by vmanuelgm View Post

The timings I used gave me similar results, and lasted over 100% coverage, which is not bad at all... Now these ones are rock solid and perform at least as well, still waiting for your congrats, like this word, and hope you add me to your list!!! smile.gif

Well, I am here with a 5960x which works reasonably on strap 125-3333, with a double kit of gskills 3600 CL15 which are meat only or potatoes only, and scoring better than newer (except for the writes) 6900k, I feel good!!!

wink.gif

Will try the 6950x, hope I get a decent unit...

Result will be added, no problem there.

Last thing I will say, as it will likely fall upon deaf ears. If basing a purchasing decision such as this purely on a memory benchmark, I would look for a comparison using the same board and memory configuration. Or, more sensibly - not at all, and look to comparisons with every day applications that you may occasionally use between looking at AIDA.
post #1393 of 7219
You may have not read me, I dont make the decission upon aida64, I asked mates here to show captures of cinebench, aida and whatever tests (Firestrike, games, 7zip, etc) you have to compare directly 5960x against 6900k first and 6950x after, mostly at max frequency supported.

I will purchase a 6950x to test it in the RVE, and probably will buy a 10 Edition to see if there are any differences in terms of oc...

Maybe I am not being clear in english...

Thanks for your replies, Scone, still waiting a written "congrats", I expected you to be so fast as you were to ask me this morning about the HCI memtest!!!

wink.gif
Edited by vmanuelgm - 7/14/16 at 4:34am
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Originally Posted by vmanuelgm View Post

The timings I used gave me similar results, and lasted over 100% coverage, which is not bad at all... Now these ones are rock solid and perform at least as well, still waiting for your congrats, like this word, and hope you add me to your list!!! smile.gif

Well, I am here with a 5960x which works reasonably on strap 125-3333, with a double kit of gskills 3600 CL15 which are meat only or potatoes only, and scoring better than newer (except for the writes) 6900k, I feel good!!!

wink.gif

Will try the 6950x, hope I get a decent unit...

Hello

A better option for that memory is 3200/straight 13 or 3400/straight 14. With either more thorough stability testing is recommended.
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Originally Posted by schoolofmonkey View Post

@Jpmboy

Well I'm sitting in front of my 6900k/Strix and all I can say is WOW!

Out of the box setting the rams XMP gave me an instant 4Ghz on all cores.
Man I can see where MSI are lacking now being back on a Asus board...

1700 Cinebench score over the 5820k@4.3Ghz's 1256.

Now I've just got to tidy up the case, still in pieces, but I just couldn't wait..lol

What are these stickers for in the Strix box, something about matching you led scheme?
more cores is an upgrade you fell immediately! Don't forget to load th Aura software and use the LED lights as a temp readout. Useful... other options are available, but I'm just not the pinball machine-look kinda guy.
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As @nexxusty said 1.36v vcore is no problem, but you need to watch the core temps, not the cpu temp so much. Core temps tend to be noticeably higher than the cpu temp. At cpu temps of 70 chances are some of your cores are over 80.
Package temp is 10C higher than cores on my 6950X/R5E10 install. blinksmiley.gif
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Originally Posted by vmanuelgm View Post

Thanks for your posts, DJgar and Jpmboy.
Seems the real upgrade is 6950x, coming from a good 5960x.
Dont like limited overclocking in 6950x (4.4) and high temperatures, but will probably purchase it... I expected more from 6900k...
Jpmboy, have you tried to disable some cores to reach higher frequencies???
wouldn't think of disabling cores... side by side the my 5960x @ 4.7c4.2m3200c13 feels the same as this 6950x@4.4a4.2c3.8m3400c14 (core/avx/cache/memory) and depending on the benchmark, they trade blows with the 6950X winning overall. 2300 on R15 is easy.
With BWEX, Intel has identified the "best" core: you can set up per core OCs using this to run higher freqs for single core apps etc. Couple that with the ASUS TCT, and 4.6single 4.4 10core is straight forward.
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Dont be, vmanuelgm here... smile.gifWarning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

No congrats, Scone??? rolleyes.gif
Strap 125 3333 is a hard one, 3200+ on strap 100 is a lot easier...
ugh.. 32GB wih HCI is a test of your patience, more so than a test of the ram stability only because I/you can't or won't let the thing run for geologic time to reach the needed 5 laps. Best to use linux mint and GSAT to square ram away.
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more cores is an upgrade you fell immediately! Don't forget to load th Aura software and use the LED lights as a temp readout. Useful... other options are available, but I'm just not the pinball machine-look kinda guy.

Yeah same here mate, currently I just set it all to red in the BIOS, same with the Kraken x61, all the flashy LED stuff isn't my thing, but I do like the red and black look...lol..

I noticed that the board uses safe stable voltages for 4Ghz on all cores, max voltage on 1 core is 1.28v, the rest are lower, I'm sure with some tweaking I can dial it in lower, temps never got over 62c with x265 benchmark.
Haven't bothered to do anything yet though, it's already noticeably faster than the 5820k already, heck the AIDA64 cache/memory benchmark gives me consistent results and the NB clocks are right, unlike a MSI motherboard we both know..lol
It's just nice to be on a ROG motherboard again.
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Yeah same here mate, currently I just set it all to red in the BIOS, same with the Kraken x61, all the flashy LED stuff isn't my thing, but I do like the red and black look...lol..

I noticed that the board uses safe stable voltages for 4Ghz on all cores, max voltage on 1 core is 1.28v, the rest are lower, I'm sure with some tweaking I can dial it in lower, temps never got over 62c with x265 benchmark.
Haven't bothered to do anything yet though, it's already noticeably faster than the 5820k already, heck the AIDA64 cache/memory benchmark gives me consistent results and the NB clocks are right, unlike a MSI motherboard we both know..lol
It's just nice to be on a ROG motherboard again.
a well programed set of Auto rules in Bios for sure. you can control the LEDs at the OS level using the Aura software. works like a charm.
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more cores is an upgrade you fell immediately! Don't forget to load th Aura software and use the LED lights as a temp readout. Useful... other options are available, but I'm just not the pinball machine-look kinda guy.
Package temp is 10C higher than cores on my 6950X/R5E10 install. blinksmiley.gif
wouldn't think of disabling cores... side by side the my 5960x @ 4.7c4.2m3200c13 feels the same as this 6950x@4.4a4.2c3.8m3400c14 (core/avx/cache/memory) and depending on the benchmark, they trade blows with the 6950X winning overall. 2300 on R15 is easy.
With BWEX, Intel has identified the "best" core: you can set up per core OCs using this to run higher freqs for single core apps etc. Couple that with the ASUS TCT, and 4.6single 4.4 10core is straight forward.
ugh.. 32GB wih HCI is a test of your patience, more so than a test of the ram stability only because I/you can't or won't let the thing run for geologic time to reach the needed 5 laps. Best to use linux mint and GSAT to square ram away.

Probably games (not multithreaded) and graphic tests will offer better scores the highest the frequency is... Thats why I asked you if you had turned off some cores...

In Heaven, for example, are you able to reach the same fps's with 6950x compared to 6700k@4.8+???


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Hello

A better option for that memory is 3200/straight 13 or 3400/straight 14. With either more thorough stability testing is recommended.

I guess you are thinking of 6950x, not 5960x... I am not able to use 100:100 in this cpu over 2800...
Edited by vmanuelgm - 7/14/16 at 5:40am
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a well programed set of Auto rules in Bios for sure.

Were you being sarcastic when you said that..lol..

I did try controlling with the Aura software but I could get a proper deep red, it was coming out orange, don't know what was wrong.
It's a proper deep red when the BIOS does it though.
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