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Was waiting to see a post from you about BW-E IMC's.

Shame. Hopefully can max out my 5930k's IMC with the E-Die I have now. Seems the only thing I'd get is a 10% increase clock for clock.

No new fun with RAM? That's useless.

I've yet to play with one here, but have it on good authority that this is the case. I don't expect to see over 3400, would not be too concerned about the differences between your 5930 and Broadwell if this is what you are looking for. Tight 3200 is the way forward.
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Originally Posted by Silent Scone View Post

I've yet to play with one here, but have it on good authority that this is the case. I don't expect to see over 3400, would not be too concerned about the differences between your 5930 and Broadwell if this is what you are looking for. Tight 3200 is the way forward.

Agreed. Good to know for sure.

Oh well, Quad Channel must really take a lot out of the IMC so I don't fault Broadwell-E too hard. Expected more than 200mhz though...

Even said 3600mhz would have been great some time ago...heh. Tight 3200mhz is what I more or less expected to be running with my 5930k, was running tight 2666mhz however it wasn't enough.
Edited by nexxusty - 6/8/16 at 1:15pm
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So if I get a 6850k, I should get 3200@13 over a 3466@14 RAM
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So if I get a 6850k, I should get 3200@13 over a 3466@14 RAM

I personally would, to avoid potential headaches.
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Guys, how do your voltages look like? I'm really unsure about the correctness of the readings.
Also - don't set any voltage on auto, at least not on the X99 Del. 3101.


My 6950X passes Cine R15 at 4376MHz @ 1.277V. Even on a strong LC loop the temps are very meh when you start playing with voltages.
Also, Intel really does need to rethink their core placement - 15*C difference beteen cores is NOT normal.
Edited by Martin778 - 6/8/16 at 2:34pm
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Anyone tried the C612 and Broadwell Xeons? biggrin.gif Or X99 and Broadwell Xeons at least?
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Guys, how do your voltages look like? I'm really unsure about the correctness of the readings.
Also - don't set any voltage on auto, at least not on the X99 Del. 3101.


My 6950X passes Cine R15 at 4376MHz @ 1.277V. Even on a strong LC loop the temps are very meh when you start playing with voltages.
Also, Intel really does need to rethink their core placement - 15*C difference beteen cores is NOT normal.

seeing same thing on core temps. pretty disgusting seeing 3 or 4 cores at 97C, 4 at 75 and 2 at 60

for 4.4 my voltage is looking at around 1.36-1.38, but the temps are ridiculous. Anything lower than 1.36 didn't stand a chance on either cpu.
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I'm now past the 10 minute mark on P95 26.6 blend at 4.4GHz @ 1.30V. 4.5 crashed right away at 1.34V.
My block is a Supremacy Evo Elite, paired with a D5 pump and a RX360 rad but it cannot cope with the 6950 above 1.3-1.32V.
The CPU just can't dissipate the heat efficiently enough.

Also worth mentioning - IBT doesn't work well on BW-E. The result is just about 50% of the GFLOPs of a HW-E CPU.
Edited by Martin778 - 6/8/16 at 3:34pm
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Just picked up the 6950X and popped it in after a Bios update, but for some reason the Bios says target boost frequency of 4Ghz (which is normal based on reviews I've seen) but in windows it only boosts to 3.4Ghz. Any ideas?

I installed that Turbo Boost 3.0 while I was at it.

I think it's only one or two cores that can go that high using the Turbo Boost 3.0 app. You'll probably have to use HWinfo or some other similar program that shows the clock speed that each core is running at to see it. I just got my system back up today...I'm still figuring it out myself...wink.gif
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The best I can do so far and using XMP, it's also 7.5h prime stable.
Max. temps are again very mediocre - 80-85C on core 2,3,4 and the others are at around 70*C.





I don't think I should install the Turbo Boost software? I run all 10 cores, EIST off at 4.4GHz according to CPU-z.
Edited by Martin778 - 6/8/16 at 11:12pm
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