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post #91 of 1319 (permalink) Old 12-06-2019, 05:15 AM
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Hi,
No the apex modded bios on rog forum.
5c higher tj max is not a big deal.

All the latest microcodes since 4D have that higher TJMax and idle 5 degrees increase which doesn't limit max OC. I was testing MC49, the one with lower temps and TJMax, and is very buggy, specially speaking of avx512 loads.

Furthermore if u use a microcode below 5E in current Windows 10 versions, the OS will override it with 5E. U have to erase the MCUpdate file in system32 after taking ownership, avoiding SFC /scannow. After every important Windows Update u'll have to erase it again.

Regarding to CAP extension, u can change it yourself enabling the files extension view under Windows, as long as the bios file is not corrupted.

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Anyone knows where I can get a 10980XE right now? Can't find it anywhere

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Best bet would be to check local Microcenter. The one by me had one in stock, but they didn't list it on their site. One of the guys there said they don't list them until there is more stock floating around. They also had a few of the new TR chips in stock.



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Best bet would be to check local Microcenter. The one by me had one in stock, but they didn't list it on their site. One of the guys there said they don't list them until there is more stock floating around. They also had a few of the new TR chips in stock.
Microcenter is da bomb for CPU's. I've bought my last 5 CPU's from them (LGA 775 to Coffee Lake).
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Anyone knows where I can get a 10980XE right now? Can't find it anywhere
LOL.. welcome to two weeks ago.

The CPU is not going to be in stock until mid-Feb 2020.
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The word on this new microcode update is just that it fixes a misreported flag on retail parts which may prevent voltage control in some software. Voltage control still worked, but the CPU would report that it wasn't supported if one checked capabilities. My chip is a QS and thus not affected. It would be very noticeable if voltage control didn't work.
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Thanks so much for this excellent test

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Don't put too much weight on the VRM temps, I don't have any heatsink on the board. Only a 120 mm fan on it.
I wanted to replace my R6E (VRM watercooled) with the Encore.
I had seen that the VRMs of the Encore heated as much as those of the R6E while being watercooled and seeing your temperatures of the VRMs, I was afraid

About the 10980XE, do you think it's worth replacing my 7980XE (delided) which I find very good?
4600mhz at 1.14v (AVX -3 and -6), Cache 3100 at 1.05v and does not heat (~65° under Realbench, Aida64, etc... on the hottest core)

I feel like the 10980XE is getting very hot, right ?

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Thanks so much for this excellent test



I wanted to replace my R6E (VRM watercooled) with the Encore.
I had seen that the VRMs of the Encore heated as much as those of the R6E while being watercooled and seeing your temperatures of the VRMs, I was afraid

About the 10980XE, do you think it's worth replacing my 7980XE (delided) which I find very good?
4600mhz at 1.14v (AVX -3 and -6), Cache 3100 at 1.05v and does not heat (~65° under Realbench, Aida64, etc... on the hottest core)

I feel like the 10980XE is getting very hot, right ?

Heck no, it would be a waste of money. 9980XE is based of off the 7980XE in which the 10980XE is like a refresh. soldered TIM so no need to delid. In benchmarks your CPU is pretty much same as a 9980XE or a 10980XE in performance benchmarks. Stick with what you have its a monster you have now. 10980XE is based off 2017 ***** and 2018 9980XE .... On paper they are pretty much the same except since this is a x299x it has some features its cousin 7980XE and other cousin 9980XE. Save your money for a new video card or SSD or something.

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It is not "X299X"... that a gigabyte name that was used prematurely.

It's X299. It's a refresh, and based on the latest 14nm "+"... basically it's one more + than the prior. It's also shown to have slightly better silicon than the 9980XE and 7980XE based on the small sample size we've seen.

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