Originally Posted by m0oks
Oh that's good news then. Where should I go from here? I've kind of hit the limit of my knowledge and wouldn't really know where to start to try and get 1T stable. What would have been the main factor of it being unstable? Not enough vCore to handle the transactions? Or...SA Volts? I tried bumping up the DIMM volts to 1.45 which didnt help, also tried fiddling with the system agent and a couple others and couldnt get it working.
I definitely will
Gonna talk to him and see if there isnt a chance we can get 1T happening.
I'm running 2x Asus R9 390x OC Strix, a couple of SSD, 1 HDD and an EK Predator 240. A total of 9 fans, pretty standard, nothing high amps or anything. This is all on Asus Deluxe 2, 128GB RAM and 6950x. Will put my rig in my signature.
See my comment below regarding accuracy.
Actually, I'm quite impressed with it's accuracy. I'm hooked up to a UPS which is reporting the same wattage (+-20W or so). I also get a warning from my UPS saying there's less than 5mins of battery capacity whenever I start a stress test hahahah. It's a pretty beefy home grade UPS too! Need a big battery if you wanna last long pulling 1kw.....
yeah - I have the 1500i on this rig (and a 1200i or two in reserve
). Ran corsair link for a while... until I got a Killawatt meter. With 3 780Ti Kingpins - overclocked and overvolted + a 5950X @ 4.8, true power draw didn;t exceed 1600W with 2 corsair 1200s hooked in using the "add2psu". Realize that a 1080 will not pull more than 250W max (even hard mods are not helping) and a 780Ti KPE could pull 800W alone. More likely with the modest OC you are running, Here's some data, just for a reality check:
6950x @ 4.4, AVX 4.3, cache 3.8, 64GB ram at 3400c14 w/ 1.45V, 1 GTX 1080 FE. 2 DCC pumps, 3 fans on the Corsair 1500i.
(the 1500i 's fan does not turn on until the power draw is > 750W... it has never turned on with the 1080. With 2 TitanX... yeah, it does)
Values are "at the wall". Assume 85% efficiency average.
Hi idle: 210W
- 3Dmk11 Extreme: Scene #1= 400W peak, Sc#2 = 396W peak.
- Fire Strike Extreme: Sc#1 = 410W peak, #2 = 388, #3 (physics @ 4.4GHz) 324W peak, Combined = 432W
Your second 1080 would have to be pulling in excess of 500W - not gonna happen bro.Edited by Jpmboy - 6/21/16 at 4:36pm