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Doesn't seem to work here - Error starting service at Win 7 Ultimate x64.

Works perfectly fine with Win8.1 and Win10.

Admittedly, if you crash while finding your optimal configuration and happen to have it set to "Enable at system start", it will not work on the following startup. Actually it won't work at all even after a reinstall.

Despite that I have found some great settings for my setup and once I'm done testing it on my bench/test OS drives, I'll just reset that OS drive with the issue and input all the final settings. I just need to make sure that I don't crash again, because recovering the Asus TTC app after a crash while it's set to start with the system seems impossible.

With all of that said, using Asus TTC, I can run Cinebench R15 with single core at 4.9 followed immediately by a multi core run at whatever multiplier I have that set to. I've tested the 4.9 single/4.7 multi combo and it's perfect, but I know I can pass R15 at 4.8 with all cores so that configuration is coming up.

It really let's you get maximum single core and multi core in one session. Pretty cool stuff.
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Using it on W7 pro x64 here, with "Enable at system start" if the windows is slow to start, AsusTC will pop-up an error. But works fine when starting it manually after everything is loaded.
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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.
had the same problem on my x99a sli its the BIOS. see if you can find a more updated beta bios. the one listed by MSI wouldn't allow it


secondary note. anyone have a good idea on max safe voltages for these?
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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.

does EIST off actually work at the moment on that mobo?
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Seems to be specific to you, as I'm not seeing such an extreme limit on my side when using good water cooling. Check the Vcore that is being applied. If it's 1.20Vcore, then 90C is expected for AVX2 Prime loads. If it's around 1.10Vcore, then there is a water loop issue.

AVX Handbrake loads can hold 1.35V+ on good water loops.

This may be of use to you, tho I would not set it up to run with Prime95. Works well for real world loads.

http://edgeup.asus.com/2016/05/31/get-best-performance-broadwell-e-processors-asus-thermal-control-tool/

as Raja said, this info is on point

I can do about 1.365V before temps get in the way. (with prime95/non AVX2)
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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.

Why are you saying this just because 1 or 2 people are claiming the 6950X can't handle it? Do I need to order a 4133 kit just to prove this info wrong?
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Why are you saying this just because 1 or 2 people are claiming the 6950X can't handle it? Do I need to order a 4133 kit just to prove this info wrong?

4133 is simply not going to happen.
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Raja, the X99 Deluxe II just pumped 1.5V into my 6950X.

I had boost voltage set to 1.275 and offset on auto. During Linpack AVX it was *fine* for a few minutes (normal voltage and temps, -4 AVX offset at 4.4 GHz) then OCCT stopped the test due to temperature error. I checked again and it was putting 1.5V into the CPU under load, AVX or not…

I think it was on 1.5V for less than 10 seconds, temps can't have exceeded TJ MAX. Could I have damaged my CPU?

The chip seems to do 4.4 at 1.3V fine, 1 hr Linpack no-AVX and Prime95 no-avx blend 2 hour. Crashes immediately at 4.5 on stress test.

Have my AVX offset set to -4 right now, so 4 GHz.

Anyone try to do boost OC based on what Turbo Boost 3.0 software tells you are the best cores? Ie. Maybe the best 4 cores can higher on boost.

What would be safe 24/7 voltages for BW-E? Assuming under 80C temps on full load? I'm keeping it 1.3 or under.
Edited by coolbho3k - 6/9/16 at 10:56am
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So if I understand right the ASUS thermal software is a tool to throttle your CPU at more moderate temps than Intel's 'critical' 95*C?

^Up
I also don't run AVX loads, they kill the temps in no-time.

Regarding the EIST - I haven't seen the freqs drop with EIST turned off, so yes it seems to work.
If only XMP profile didn't truck up my CPU settings (it sets 1.3V default) and turbo @ 4GHz it would've been great.
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