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Originally Posted by pompss View Post

i read that the Intel Xeon E5 2683 V4 cpu its beating the i7 5960x big time

Found one cpu for $399

What you guys think?

you'll likely be disappointed in the gaming performance of that particular E-class server processor due to the low base turbo and limited BCLK headroom. Lol - lot's of users in this thread think 4 (and maybe 2 cores) would do better. tongue.gif
Besides, once it sees AVX in the stack it will down clock to the highest non-turbo multiplier (= 2.1 GHz)
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For any application that uses an unlimited number of threads, yes, it will be better. It's vastly superior to the 5960x for raw compute performance. But it should be substantially worse in comparison to the 5960x for gaming.

I saw this video

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yQ59vHSFfZA

Which they said pretty much same fps in gaming but i cant find anything about the xeon e5 2683 v4 gaming perfomance



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Any chance you have links to any game benches comparing the two? Would be very curious to see. Off the top of my head the 2xxx xeons will have a locked multiplier, so the only way to overclock one would be through the bus.

cpu bench the xeon wins but seems i cant find any gaming bench to compare .
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I saw this video

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yQ59vHSFfZA

Which they said pretty much same fps in gaming but i cant find anything about the xeon e5 2683 v4 gaming perfomance
cpu bench the xeon wins but seems i cant find any gaming bench to compare .

Pro tip: never attempt to "learn" anything from Linus.
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eVGA 1070/1080 Hybrid Kit mod for Titan X(P). I have my TXP and my kit, waiting for dermel tool, comes in mail tomorrow, going AIO tomorrow night.

https://hardforum.com/threads/nvidia-announces-the-new-titan-x.1905829/page-19#post-1042460620

Instructions: cut tab to make room for 6-pin, cut out small square for extra phase chip.
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I documented earlier that there is an actual serious problem with the driver. At pre-boost clocks, it'll artifact and crash even with a +100MHz offset. This happens when there is low GPU usage. But if you're running a program that utilizes the GPU more, and pushes it into boost clocks, it'll go over 2000MHz+ and all artifacting/etc issues will be gone. GPU-Z is reporting it as a VRel issue during pre-boost clocks.

Same here. Any solution (s) thus far? On low volts heavy artifacting, on 2000 mhz just fine...
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Same here. Any solution (s) thus far? On low volts heavy artifacting, on 2000 mhz just fine...

Since it's only happening to one card, I'm inclined to believe that there is some sort of hardware fault with this card. I'm probably going to request an RMA from Nvidia tomorrow unless they can give me a solid explanation and promise of a fix. I don't want to touch the card with the CLU mod and put a block on it if there's a chance that this hardware fault will result in a lower top end OC as well. I just have absolutely no idea how the driver could break one card, but not the other, unless there is faulty hardware involved.

Would be nice if GPU-Z could read ASIC values off these cards so we could see if there's any connection between ASIC quality and the driver causing failures.
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So you think it's a hardware issue? Mine does not crash but I do get artifacts. I'd guess a bios mod would fix that right up (just boost the volts for the low clocks). Since you're only getting it during overclock do you think they will accept the RMA (or do you get it during stock clocks too?). Sorry for being so inquisitive but I'mlooking to find a solution too with my card.
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So you think it's a hardware issue? Mine does not crash but I do get artifacts. I'd guess a bios mod would fix that right up (just boost the volts for the low clocks). Since you're only getting it during overclock do you think they will accept the RMA (or do you get it during stock clocks too?). Sorry for being so inquisitive but I'mlooking to find a solution too with my card.

Well considering it's exhibiting abnormal behavior, I don't see why not. This isn't an issue of "My card doesn't OC to 2100MHz." Rather, it's a problem where the card may indeed OC to 2100MHz, but due to some kind of problem, prior to activating the boost clock, it fails to provide enough voltage to run at stock clocks, causing artifacting and crashing depending on how high your OC is. Right now I'm running the old drivers and have no problem playing at 2050MHz after hours on end of 90%~ usage in GTA5.

Unless someone can explain how this problem can be brought on by a driver, and have it only affect one card in a system, there's nothing else that would make sense. Because if it were a simple driver issue, it should be a problem that presents itself in both cards. Even if they didn't want to do an RMA, we're within the 30 day return period. So you can return it without question, then just order another one. Not really in the mood to take a gamble like this on a potentially faulty $1200 GPU that they may deny for RMA/Warranty service after it's been put under water.
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Hi There,
are there any official informations about replaceing the stock cooler?
Warranty should be still ok if i replace this pice of crap?

Is there a Chance to get advanced warranty @ nvidia like evga offers?

Thanks in advance
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Pro tip: never attempt to "learn" anything from Linus.
What's so bad about linus?
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