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post #22721 of 22794 (permalink) Old 02-18-2019, 02:33 PM
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Quote: Originally Posted by ramos33 View Post
i think the best tool to test the oc stability is battlefield 5, no game can stress can stress your cpu more than bf5
I used Dying Light which is an SMT aware game that uses every core of my 5820 at more than 50% load.
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post #22722 of 22794 (permalink) Old 02-18-2019, 03:15 PM
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I usually use SIV64 which reports same PKG values/temperatures as HWiNFO, both are currently running and both reports same PKG temperatures

I think lower value is PECI temperature in HWiNFO,what I know or what I've read

This lower value I usually ignore and I usually pay attention to higher PKG value, difference between PECI and PKG is around 4-5°C on idle

Can you check what PKG and PECI SIV64 reports?

Hope this helps

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I used Dying Light which is an SMT aware game that uses every core of my 5820 at more than 50% load.

50% and their about cant squeese the s*** out of your cpu,

with 4790K i was getting 80 90 100% cpu load thats why i changed to 5930k
8700K is way too expensive for me
with 5930k cpu load can reache 80% sometimes but most of the time it is 65 75% at 4k ultra resolution scale 90%
anyone else could share its cpu load in battlefield 5 just to compare

this was done with 4100 mhz cpu and 2666 rams
tonight i will test with 4.3 ghz and see if there is any difference
i will go with 1.225v and see what we got

i7 5930k - 32go kingston predator 8 x 4go - gtx 1080ti - antec 1200 quattro - asus rampage extreme 5
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I usually use SIV64 which reports same PKG values/temperatures as HWiNFO, both are currently running and both reports same PKG temperatures

I think lower value is PECI temperature in HWiNFO,what I know or what I've read

This lower value I usually ignore and I usually pay attention to higher PKG value, difference between PECI and PKG is around 4-5°C on idle

Can you check what PKG and PECI SIV64 reports?

Hope this helps

Thanks, Jura
Hi Jura.
I tested Siv and PECI and PKG temps are the same and are the hottest value of Hwinfo (Enhanced one).

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Hi,
I asked the developer a while back about the two package temp readings and which one was more accurate he said the higher I call the evil cpu package temp reading life was a lot simpler before I ran across that reading

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Quote: Originally Posted by ThrashZone View Post
Hi,
I asked the developer a while back about the two package temp readings and which one was more accurate he said the higher I call the evil cpu package temp reading life was a lot simpler before I ran across that reading
Definitely, Package temps Give me much more headaches than core temps

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Hi Jura.
I tested Siv and PECI and PKG temps are the same and are the hottest value of Hwinfo (Enhanced one).
Hi there

Under load what is difference you are seeing I mean difference between the PECI and PKG?

Hope this helps

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post #22728 of 22794 (permalink) Old 02-22-2019, 10:11 PM
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Hi guys

Final OC for my 5960x looks like is 4.7GHz with 1.288v, 37* cache with 1.05v,VCCIN still at 1.94v

Temperatures are still very nice, in Asus Realbench stress test or OCCT 4.4.2 PKG temperatures are in 68-72°C under load and very happy with temperatures

Wanted to try 4.8GHz as well which I think I will need to push my 5960x well beyond 1.32v, with this I'm still not sure maybe I will try later next week when times allow

Hope this helps

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post #22729 of 22794 (permalink) Old 02-23-2019, 08:47 PM
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People on IRC have been telling me the problems I've been having with a stable boot-up (and once a bootloop) are more likely to be a result of my motherboard than my CPU, so maybe I should try replacing my motherboard instead.

I currently am not using an overclock since the bootloop occurred, I'm wondering, among the picks of used or refurbished ATX motherboards for x99 on eBay, which ones would you recommend the most? My limit is about $230 or so. The purchase will be next month, so don't be afraid to recommend something other than what you see there in case it pops up.

My RAM is Hynix DDR4-2666, not suitable for Ryzen, and a Ryzen upgrade to an equivalent CPU and motherboard would be more expensive than most x99 motherboard swaps alone, plus funds are limited, so I want to give a motherboard swap a try rather than move to a more "modern" platform. I would have rather it have been my CPU though, a used or refurbished motherboard is a more risky purchase than a used workstation Xeon CPU... sigh...

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Hi there

What motherboard do you have now?

I personally prefer ASRock X99 motherboards, use them, switched from Extreme6 to WS, because Extreme6 have only 3 PCI_E slots

Extreme series ASRock are nice motherboards, although they don't have OC Socket and therefore you can't OC cache

Other motherboards, hard to say, owned two Asus Rampage V Extreme, first one killed 5930k and second one killed 5960x, both with older BIOS currently they're in friends PC and no issues as we are used new BIOS and we are put all manual voltages where AUTO has been

Gigabyte not sure if I would touch, have bad experience from X58 era and X79 and their RMA is pain

Hope this helps

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