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i would think the total system power would be right at 200-300 watts for his build. I have a GTS450 in my system so it's going to be a bit higher but I wouldn't expect the power consumption to be bad at all consider the performance.
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I'm lazy and didn't read the thread so flame away, but do you have PPD/watt info available? That would be awesome. PPD/$ is important at first when you purchase, but if it's going to run a long time, ppd/watt is going to be a better judge.
Not at this point. I don't have a killowatt but I'm either going to pick up one or borrow one this week so I can get those numbers as well.
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Not at this point. I don't have a killowatt but I'm either going to pick up one or borrow one this week so I can get those numbers as well.
Nice. I try to make sure I get UPS/Battery systems with LCD display whenever i build a new system. the UPS is a critical item anyway... might as well make it pretty
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Here are figures at the socket (the wall) power draw by the PSU, keep in mind that the PSU is about 85-90% efficient, so actual total power draw is about 80-90% of what is stated. Also keep in mind that each of the two GTX570s used has a TDP if 210Watts, so you can subtract 400watts from the load figures to get a rough estimate of board/CPU power consumption. Other than the GPUs, and 1 HDD, RAM, and 2 high power fans, nothing else was powered by the PSU. For load, I used Intel burn Test 8thread maximum level, and Furmark after disabling OCP on the GTX570s, OCP was enabled for all the other tests.
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Now I am going to do some estimation. First multiply by 0.85 for the PSU, then subtract 420watts for the GPUs, then subtract 20 watts for the HDD and 10 watts for the Fans. Now these are rough estimates, and the wattage meter is not perfect, I would give these results about 3-5% error. BUT they look fine, stock numbers on the 2600K are good, the stock TDP is 95watts plus motherboard and Ram would be about 117 watts. On the i7 930, TDP is 130watts, and results are 143.3, now that is a little low, but the Kill-A-Watt meter I used isn’t perfect.

But what is perfect is the reduction in thermal leakage of the CPU, these CPUs run at much higher voltage and amperage (most likely) yet run much cooler. Just like the 6-core Gulftown 32nm chips have the same TDP as the 45nm Bloomfields, but the Gulftowns have 2 extra cores. These numbers look about right, and I did need a 1K PSU for the GTX570s. If you are looking to buy this system, it looks like the motherboard is very efficient, with all those power phases you are probably at 90-95% efficient at the CPU socket, based on the efficiency rating of the MOSFETs.

thank you to Sin0822 for the guide and stats! Check out the guide here:
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What are the best WU's? Is WU 6070 any good?

I'm at 4.8Ghz HT ON (1.345v) and I'm "only" getting ~22k ppd on my 2600k with a 6070 WU which is on 6% right now (Although I am surfing the web and downloading bad company 2 on steam).

Should I expect better ppd on other WU's? I'm doing SMP right now.
    
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What are the best WU's? Is WU 6070 any good?

I'm at 4.8Ghz HT ON (1.345v) and I'm "only" getting ~22k ppd on my 2600k with a 6070 WU which is on 6% right now (Although I am surfing the web and downloading bad company 2 on steam).

Should I expect better ppd on other WU's? I'm doing SMP right now.
Don't quote me, but I think 6070 is one of the slower ones. 22k is still pretty good if your using your system at the same time.

We don't have any numbers for P6070 as of yet, you should try and let it do nothing but fold for a while, and submit your results here http://www.overclock.net/overclock-n...ridge-cpu.html

Thanks!
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What are the best WU's? Is WU 6070 any good?

I'm at 4.8Ghz HT ON (1.345v) and I'm "only" getting ~22k ppd on my 2600k with a 6070 WU which is on 6% right now (Although I am surfing the web and downloading bad company 2 on steam).

Should I expect better ppd on other WU's? I'm doing SMP right now.
you're right where you're suppose to be. that's what I was getting yesterday. Your best bet is to do bigadv with it. You'll get around 35K PPD with it then, but only if it's dedicated.
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Hi Digi! This is one of the best threads in a while! Good work! Now I just need to save up to replace my sig rig with a 2600k system..... I will save IB for my bf to play with , anyways thanks for putting in the effort to give the community some great info! Rep +1!!

ps, What is the recommended ram voltage for the released SB cpus/mobos? I have read 1.35v but I can't verify it...
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Welcome to overclocking ... you need to go slowly and make small increments. ANY little single thing can cause your system to not boot. I consider the E8500 one of the easiest to find info for and I still spent hours and hours researching and trying out different settings.

Keep at it!
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Off topic here but I do love the Wolfdale chips. My E7300 can boot into windows at 3.4GHz at stock volts, it could play CPU heavy games at 3.33GHz at stock volts. I'm pretty sure I can push this to 4Ghz but I think the RAM I have is holding me back.
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Hi Digi! This is one of the best threads in a while! Good work! Now I just need to save up to replace my sig rig with a 2600k system..... I will save IB for my bf to play with , anyways thanks for putting in the effort to give the community some great info! Rep +1!!

ps, What is the recommended ram voltage for the released SB cpus/mobos? I have read 1.35v but I can't verify it...
Hey Cait, thanks very much for your kind words. I'm happy you have found this thread useful!

To be honest, I really don't know exactly what the recommended voltage for the dimms is. I have heard many conflicting reports, such as Intel says max of 1.5v, other sources (not sure how reliable) have stated as high as 1.8 is ok.

My Asus manual says "according to Intel CPU spec, DIMM voltage below 1.65v is recommended to protect the CPU"
My Corsair Dominators are rated for 1.65, and that is what I have had it set at right from the start, I have been ok thus far; but if you are concerned then I would suggest you set it at whatever you are most comfortable with. 1.5v would probably be a good start.

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