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I've fired up my 6950X at the LN2 Party in PA this past weekend, I could squeeze out another 725MHz over (warm) water cooling

http://hwbot.org/submission/3272605_
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Originally Posted by Silent Scone View Post

Unfortunately this is eBay, he's also ignored every instance of me asking him to contact ASUS. Nightmare. Idiots everywhere.

I know they usually side with the buyer... so annoying.

All 00's is definitely a major CPU issue. Even if he had a BW-E in a board with an outdated BIOS the debug LED would still be active.

Force the issue on the socket pics. It's gotta be a bent pin or a mashed socket. I seriously don't know how someone can screw this up.... or he's a complete snake, empty box style.

Hopefully this works out for you Scone. I feel for you bro.
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I seriously don't know how someone can screw this up.... or he's a complete snake, empty box style.

Never attribute to malice that which can adequately be explained by stupidity. biggrin.gif

My money is on a bad motherboard. Seems to be a trendy issue these days.
    
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Never attribute to malice that which can adequately be explained by stupidity. biggrin.gif

My money is on a bad motherboard. Seems to be a trendy issue these days.

True enough brother. True enough. I lol'ed pretty hard at that.

Shakespeare level English right there. ;-)
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Scone, Noctua coolers are pretty much idiot proof. I have a NH-D15S myself and there's no way a proper mount will damage the CPU/Socket. This is user error on his behalf and you need to fight the good fight! bruce.gif
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Scone, Noctua coolers are pretty much idiot proof. I have a NH-D15S myself and there's no way a proper mount will damage the CPU/Socket. This is user error on his behalf and you need to fight the good fight! bruce.gif

It's also an OEM CPU, so warranty is with Scan where I originally purchased it from.

God knows what he's done, half tempted to show him this thread so he can see what people make of it.
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Originally Posted by Silent Scone View Post

It's also an OEM CPU, so warranty is with Scan where I originally purchased it from.

God knows what he's done, half tempted to show him this thread so he can see what people make of it.

So sad.... people these days man.... they're either snakes or complete idiots.

How can we win? Seriously...
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Originally Posted by Jpmboy View Post

I'm afraid to say, it's beginning to look like totally lost. wink.gif
keep your eye on the ball bro. I posted 4.4/3.8 since those are the core and cache you had. 3.8 or 3.6 is not a problem for this chip. The point is the ram productivity. And yes, it's stable at either.
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anyway - one of the features in AID64 that helps with understanding some aspects of "tuning" is this:


Current config... sold my 1080


I cant agree. Just for example, this 6950x is capable of booting at quad 3600 at stock boost 4 ghz. Once I step up from 4 no boot.

Sum the uncore unstability at higher frequencies and you got a fail big as a house.

But practice is the best way to confirm or refuse theories. So if you are certain that those frequencies and timings are stable with more core and uncore, just post a new hci, but this time using 90% of your 64 gb.

Waiting for it to congrat u...
Edited by vmanuelgm - 7/25/16 at 11:28am
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Originally Posted by Jpmboy View Post

I'm afraid to say, it's beginning to look like totally lost. wink.gif
keep your eye on the ball bro. I posted 4.4/3.8 since those are the core and cache you had. 3.8 or 3.6 is not a problem for this chip. The point is the ram productivity. And yes, it's stable at either.
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anyway - one of the features in AID64 that helps with understanding some aspects of "tuning" is this:

Current config... sold my 1080

Looks like someone is in for Titan XP thumb.gif geezus, I just got 24/7 on a 5960X + Titan X after a 6 month delayed build. Can't keep up with you guys, lol tongue.gif
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Originally Posted by vmanuelgm View Post

I cant agree. Just for example, this 6950x is capable of booting at quad 3600 at stock boost 4 ghz. Once I step up from 4 no boot.

Sum the uncore unstability at higher frequencies and you got a fail big as a house.

But practice is te best way to confirm or refuse theories. So if ypu are certain that those frequencies and timings are stable with more core and uncore, just post a new hci, but this time using 90% of your 64 gb.

Waiting for it to congrat u...

It's post like this which is soddening your credibility. This is what is called here in good ol' England a pub argument.

See here for an explanation, kind sir.
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"A bored regular will often deliberately spark off an argument by making an outrageous or extreme statement, and then sit back and wait for the inevitable cries of "Rubbish!" - or something less polite. The initiator will then hotly defend his assertion (which he secretly knows to be indefensible), and counter-attack by accusing his opponents of stupidity, ignorance or worse. The exchange may continue in this fashion for some time, although the attacks and counter-attacks will often drift away from the original issue, moving on to other contentious subjects and eventually focusing almost entirely on the personal qualities of the participants. You may notice, however, that opponents continue to buy each other drinks throughout the slanging match."
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