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Hello

Not sure why would would even think about disabling hyper-threading much less actually do it.

Well its because my CPU has 6 cores which I would think be enough for todays coded things. Plus to me it seems more detrimental to split a core in half ... more overhead
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Im more curious if the hyperthreading causes stability issues in an overclocking situation with broadwell-e
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try the ASUS thermal control tool if you haven't already... works as described.

Maybe take the time to read the thermal control guide so you get a grasp on how this stuff works..
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not gonna happen. "ground control to major tom"




Real smooth. Such a nice person. Insulting others and acting high and mighty when he's not lol....this site has some seriously messed up people i swear.

EDIT: here's a couple cases of people stating there's a known widespread issue of rampage x99 boards frying CPUs from massive overvoltage on startup even with no overclocking sometimes. Can't find the main thread with dozens of people having the issues yet, but i'll put it up when i do.
https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?59257-5960X-dead-on-Rampage-V-Extreme

https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?62963-Dead-CPU-unidentified-LED

https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?77989-5820k-rampage-v-sudden-cpu-overvoltage-error-for-no-reason

" there is definitely something wrong with VRM of affected board and I think it probable given the silence in this and other similar threads that the board killed the CPU by overvolting on startup"
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I'm running 6800K @4.2 w/ 3200 ram 14 CL and get 1192 in CinebenchR14. This about right? I'm seeing 8c chips going about 1800..
R14? You mean R15, Thats a low score since my 6800@4.3GHz / 3.6 Cache w/3000MHz CL14 RAM did 1342.
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Real smooth. Such a nice person. Insulting others and acting high and mighty when he's not lol....this site has some seriously messed up people i swear.

He is still jealous since he doesn't have a 400W GTX1080 like you. thumb.gif
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https://www.reddit.com/r/overclocking/comments/3h5zjy/asus_x99_motherboard_sudden_high_vcore1819_frying/

More threads showing cases of X99 ASUS boards (mostly RVE) frying CPU from boot overvoltage errors.


http://www.overclock.net/t/1561131/5960x-dead/40

"Just happened to me today. I am on x99-a.. Ran a stress test today and everything was normal.. I rebooted and there it was!! Overtemperature and voltage error.. Went into bios and voltage was @1.8ish.. I was able to boot back into the OS tho.. Reading these posts, i might just return the motherboard to amazon and my 5820k to microcenter since i only purchased them about a week ago"
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Im more curious if the hyperthreading causes stability issues in an overclocking situation with broadwell-e
I haven't seen any such issues, but then I didn't try to see if I could have gone higher than 4.4 without the threads. I could boot 4.5, but I stopped trying to get stable at 1.39v. Even if it could, it isn't worth it to me given the temps you see up there even under water.

Frankly, most of my work-loads scale VERY well to threads, so I wouldn't even consider giving up nearly 1/2 my throughput for 100-200MHz more. Just doesn't math.
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https://www.reddit.com/r/overclocking/comments/3h5zjy/asus_x99_motherboard_sudden_high_vcore1819_frying/

More threads showing cases of X99 ASUS boards (mostly RVE) frying CPU from boot overvoltage errors.


http://www.overclock.net/t/1561131/5960x-dead/40

"Just happened to me today. I am on x99-a.. Ran a stress test today and everything was normal.. I rebooted and there it was!! Overtemperature and voltage error.. Went into bios and voltage was @1.8ish.. I was able to boot back into the OS tho.. Reading these posts, i might just return the motherboard to amazon and my 5820k to microcenter since i only purchased them about a week ago"
I just RMA's an x99-pro that fried itself, not the CPU (though it tried). It ran stable for 6 solid months. Started sporadically shutting down under low-load (overnight). Hooked it up to a monitor and keyboard and aftera few reboots and checks, I see "CPU over temp ERROR" and then sizzle....

CPU is fine though, moved it over to another board to check it out and both memory and CPU seem fine (though I'm sure they lost some years to that heat). There is definitely some random case where these things just lose their minds. Then again, I have 5 other Asus board with no issues at all.
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I'm running 6800K @4.2 w/ 3200 ram 14 CL and get 1192 in CinebenchR14. This about right? I'm seeing 8c chips going about 1800..

Doesn't sound right at all, my 5820k@4.3Ghz does 1274.

Though these near equal benchmarks are seriously making me reconsider buying a 6800k or 6850k next week... rolleyes.gif
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Doesn't sound right at all, my 5820k@4.3Ghz does 1274.

Though these near equal benchmarks are seriously making me reconsider buying a 6800k or 6850k next week... rolleyes.gif
As the owner of multiple 5960x, 5930k and now a 6950x, I can tell you that you need to have a reason, some ROI to upgrade. It's a big snooze otherwise.

With 5920k your reason is more PCIe lanes, but if you aren't planning on using them then you aren't going to see much improvement outside of synthetics.
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As the owner of multiple 5960x, 5930k and now a 6950x, I can tell you that you need to have a reason, some ROI to upgrade. It's a big snooze otherwise.

With 5920k your reason is more PCIe lanes, but if you aren't planning on using them then you aren't going to see much improvement outside of synthetics.

Other than a 950 Pro and a single GTX1080 (1080p gamer) I've never used any other PCIe lanes, I have and external DAC for sound.
Though even if I went with a second GTX1080 at a later date I still have access to 8x2 for them and 4x for the 950 Pro.

I really wanted to grab Broadwell-E as my 5820k is an average overclocker (4.3Gzh max), but Broadwell-e isn't doing much better, with only a few extra points.
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