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So ~ not golden, but not horrible at all?

My cpu? good... not golden
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Always believe in your soul, you've got the power to know...
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You know what? I'll just leave it here:
https://hardforum.com/threads/msi-x99a-xpower-gaming-titanium-lga2011-v3-review-h.1906302/

Why? Says the review has been removed to be evaluated. Thanks for the dead link.
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Why? Says the review has been removed to be evaluated. Thanks for the dead link.
Scroll down, man, the 6950Xs deteriorate like nothing.
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After several days on adaptive / 4.6 I started checking offset seriously, and it looks for me a bit better how the cpu / cache / dimm clocks relate with some bclk scrutiny. For a somewhat lower vcore (1.395 vs. 1.405)I can get somewhat better dimm & uncore clocks at about same cpu clock, no problem on GSAT but need to check out RealBench some more.

So far I've left AVX on auto, but I guess I should lower it a bit (-1 or -2) and see how it affects RB ... I'm guessing less stress on that area - where is AVX used in practical terms? They seem to be mostly FP oriented. Any enlightenment on my ignorance of impact of reducing AVX clock appreciated thumb.gifthumb.gif
Edited by djgar - 8/5/16 at 9:34am
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The Asus Broadwell-E guide recommends leaving AVX offset alone and using the Asus thermal control utility instead. I'd look into that.
    
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Scroll down, man, the 6950Xs deteriorate like nothing.
if there's a specific post you want to point out right click on the post nukmber in the thread and post that link. like: https://hardforum.com/threads/msi-x99a-xpower-gaming-titanium-lga2011-v3-review-h.1906302/#post-1042447704
lol- buy the tuning plan. And I see this same post every HEDT generation. This generation... I'd bet each of these guys is not controlling vdroop in VCCIN. tongue.gif
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After several days on adaptive / 4.6 I started checking offset seriously, and it looks for me a bit better how the cpu / cache / dimm clocks relate with some bclk scrutiny. For a somewhat lower vcore (1.395 vs. 1.405)I can get somewhat better dimm & uncore clocks at about same cpu clock, no problem on GSAT but need to check out RealBench some more.

So far I've left AVX on auto, but I guess I should lower it a bit (-1 or -2) and see how it affects RB ... I'm guessing less stress on that area - where is AVX used in practical terms? They seem to be mostly FP oriented. Any enlightenment on my ignorance of impact of reducing AVX clock appreciated thumb.gifthumb.gif

When not using ATCT, My bios is set to lower frequency with AVX. 44-> 42, 43->41 etc. At least with my sample, -2 usual;ly has enough volts to cover AVX as long as the temps don't skyrocket. redface.gif
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lol- buy the tuning plan. And I see this same post every HEDT generation. This generation... I'd bet each of these guys is not controlling vdroop in VCCIN. tongue.gif

Can you explain further? I'd like to not suffer the same fate in my ignorance...
    
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if there's a specific post you want to point out right click on the post nukmber in the thread and post that link. like: https://hardforum.com/threads/msi-x99a-xpower-gaming-titanium-lga2011-v3-review-h.1906302/#post-1042447704
lol- buy the tuning plan. And I see this same post every HEDT generation. This generation... I'd bet each of these guys is not controlling vdroop in VCCIN. tongue.gif
When not using ATCT, My bios is set to lower frequency with AVX. 44-> 42, 43->41 etc. At least with my sample, -2 usual;ly has enough volts to cover AVX as long as the temps don't skyrocket. redface.gif
Use your mouse. Intel cpus never degraded like that, I don't know what you see every HEDT generation.
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