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post #500 of (permalink) Old 04-17-2019, 02:05 PM - Thread Starter
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i9-7900X @ 5135.97 GHz takes over the #1 spot in the 5GHz club!

I still have not drained the system to swap out the last hard drive. Instead I have been reworking the CPU and RAM overclocks due to the new RAM which I'll detail later.

Meanwhile, yesterday I was able to validate my i9-7900X CPU with CPU-Z for the 5GHz Club. This is fun to do, and there is no stability requirement here! You just have to get the system to boot into Windows long enough to grab a CPU-Z validation.

To do this I went into the bios, changed the RAM settings to Auto, changed the Cache mulitplier to Auto, and manual vcore voltage to 1.39 which was just a guess

I really don't care where the RAM and cache clocks are now it's all about the CPU speed. The system starts and boots into Windows with the CPU multiplier at x50 which I figured it would since I was able to make a few Cinebench runs at that speed previously. Now back into the bios I change the CPU multiplier to x51... and it starts and boots into windows

Next I try x52 on the CPU, and as I suspected it would not boot here. To squeeze just a little more out of it, I went back into the bios switched the multiplier back to x51 and upped the Block to 100.20, then 100.30, and finally to 100.40, and it still booted into windows and allowed me to get the needed CPU-Z validation. I was running out of time and never tried to increase the Block any further, although I expect that is close to the max it will go to. Also the CPU-Z validation shows the block at 100.71, but the bios was set to 100.40

I normally never mess with the Block and leave it at the stock 100 setting, however in this case sometimes it's just enough to edge out a few other scores of people running the same multiplier with the Block at stock speeds. This is exactly how I surpassed the person that was at the top of the list for the 7900X CPUs.

Here is the CPU-Z validation link https://valid.x86.fr/njgsl1




Funny thing is that is almost the exact same score I got with my 4790K back in 2014 except with 10 cores instead of four!
http://valid.x86.fr/kmdclq


I've also been dialing in my Aqua Suite software settings. I plan to do an in depth "how to" with lots of screen shots once I have compiled everything.


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Devastator
(14 items)
Secondary Rig
(13 items)
CPU
i9-7900X
Motherboard
Asus Rampage Extreme VI
GPU
2x EVGA 2080Ti XC Gaming
RAM
G.Skill TridentZ Royal 32GB 3600 16-16-16-36
Hard Drive
Intel Optane SSD 480GB
Hard Drive
Samsung 850 EVO 2TB
Hard Drive
2x Seagate Iron Wolf Pro 12TB
Power Supply
EVGA SuperNOVA 1600 T2
Cooling
Hardware Labs Black Ice SR2 Radiators 4x 560mm + 2x 280mm
Cooling
Aquacomputer Aquaero XT + Aquaero LT
Cooling
2x Aquacomputer D5s with custom chrome plated Bitspower mod kits
Cooling
2x Aquacomputer Aqualis 880ml Reservoirs with Nano Coating & Aquabus Interface
Case
CaseLabs THW10 with Custom Powder Coating
Operating System
Windows 10 Pro
CPU
Intel Core i7-4790K
Motherboard
Asus Maximus Extreme VI
GPU
EVGA GTX 980 ti Classified
RAM
G.SKILL Trident X Series 32GB (4 x 8GB) DDR3 2400
Hard Drive
Samsung 850 Pro 500GB
Hard Drive
Seagate Desktop HDD 4TB
Power Supply
EVGA SuperNOVA 1300 G2
Cooling
EK 420 Rad + EK 280 Rad
Case
Corsair 750D
Operating System
Microsoft Windows 10 Pro 64-bit
Monitor
Acer XB271HU
Keyboard
Microsofte Natural Ergonomic 4000
Mouse
Logitech G502
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