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post #1371 of 1521 (permalink) Old 08-01-2020, 02:33 AM
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well, a 4.2 all core is an overclock on the 7980XE and it's quite snappy with a good memory overclock as Niz said. As far as used x299, if you can find the ASUS Apex 6 at a reasonable price it is the best IMO. After that, and since I think you were talking about air cooling(?) any decent x299 will work fine. For a decent sample 7980XE 4.6 all core or a 4.6x2 4.4x16 per core is decent too (gaming OC). I have 4 x299 boards. The Apex, R6E Omega, Gigabyte G9 and a Gigabyte ITX in a HTPC. The apex and 6Eo are fantastic boards. The G9 is very solid but the bios leaves me "befuddled" at times. The ITX board is air cooled with a 7740X (4c8t) running 5.2GHz. It's an ES chip and runs really quick with very low vcore. a screamer in an HTPC - silly I know.

Nah, not baffling. The Chiplet execution set optimization just crushes rendering and encoding instruction sets (by design). It's really impressive with those work loads, but falls over with some others. There's no doubt tho, AMD has given Intel a bloody nose. Let see what Intel can come up with as a response. Most critically, Intel is loosing a chunk of server/compute share, these HCC chips are their decendents, so maybe we can benefit from intel's counter punch?
https://www.techspot.com/review/1980...dripper-3990x/

has some game tests showing no advantage for Intel here, but well, X299 is a better choice than 3950X due to PCIE lanes and U.2 for under $1000.
On the other hand, using UE4, I have no choice but 3970X or 3990X, since Intel can't match that with anything but double priced 3175X...

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like I said, the 3950X is an excellent chip. But these published benchmarks are worthless. I mean, nobody has a 10980XE that runs 8000 in R20. I'm not sure how much I'd have to underclock mine to have it do that poorly. Lol

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Would you guys buy this for $840 bucks? It does work 100%, it is pretty ugly obviously from using LM as TIM on both sides of the IHS. But hey, It’s a 7980XE! He said he has cleaned it up, and I can’t get a hold of the seller to see recent pics after clean up. But, that IHS is gonna need some lapping to get smooth again. For a fresh application of LM, and it would need to soak in again to create that equilibrium of LM, which I’ve got plenty from making the stuff.

Yay? Nay?
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like I said, the 3950X is an excellent chip. But these published benchmarks are worthless. I mean, nobody has a 10980XE that runs 8000 in R20. I'm not sure how much I'd have to underclock mine to have it do that poorly. Lol
How much are you running both?

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Sorry - not sure what you are asking.

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CB ST and MT scores. But never mind; looked into it a bit myself; I see that people easily run 4.7 all cores on a 10980XE and 4.9 is not rare. My last Intel HEDT was 7980XE and I really liked it, 10980XE being soldered put me away for a while and since have moved to dual 9900K and now dual 10900K machines. Not ideal for what I do mostly now (UE4) and now I want to go back to a HEDT. I have a choice of going 10980XE as the best HEDT, since 3950X is really not an option being suffocated of PCIE lanes.

5GHz 10980XE is what would be very, very nice, but according to this thread, not on ambient water...

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CB ST and MT scores. But never mind; looked into it a bit myself; I see that people easily run 4.7 all cores on a 10980XE and 4.9 is not rare. My last Intel HEDT was 7980XE and I really liked it, 10980XE being soldered put me away for a while and since have moved to dual 9900K and now dual 10900K machines. Not ideal for what I do mostly now (UE4) and now I want to go back to a HEDT. I have a choice of going 10980XE as the best HEDT, since 3950X is really not an option being suffocated of PCIE lanes.

5GHz 10980X is what would be very, very nice, but according to this thread, not on ambient water...


 HT off with lots of rad would be possible I think, ofcourse with the a good clocker 10980xe.

10980XE  •  APEX VI  •  3600 4x16GB  •  KPE 2080TI HC  • 34GK950F-B • 905P AIC • 1600T2  •  800D


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Might be worth a try, but a chiller seems likely needed. Maybe delidding... XD

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no need to delid a soldered CPU unless you go direct die cooling. 5.0GHz is possible if you limit the number of cores at 5.0 (2 is ideal) and if you luck out (and have a solid MB) all core 5.0 with chilled water is very doable.

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Hello, I managed to overclock my 10980XE to 4,4 Ghz and 1,18v stable. My concern is, although in games doesn`t pass 65 degrees, in cinbench R20 when testing, tempereature on 3 cores cores spike to around 92 degrees. Should I decrease overclock? I mention that I don`t use workload tasks like rendering, only gaming. My cpu cooler is an AIO Asus Ryujin 360. I don`t understand why Tj max in core temp shows 110 when according to Intel is 86 degrees. I don`t want to risk damaging this cpu which was so hard to get. Thanks for your help!

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