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post #2221 of 2255 (permalink) Old 03-02-2019, 09:57 AM
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So what are the pros and cons of ITB?

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Only works if not using manual oc'ing so it's useless for us

Only good thing is it shows good to bad core list.

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So what are the pros and cons of ITB?
yeah, like zone said, it only means anything at bone-stock settings. You bios should list "favored" cores in the per-core settings submenu. Otherwise, just disable ITB.

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Thank you for that info. Been trying to find a way to stop Turbo Boost everywhere.
I've been trying to do the same thing with my new ASUS Deluxe Prime II motherboard and just now was able to do it. Like the other responders to this thread I simply could not find the Turbo settings in the BIOS. In desperation, I used the Search (F9) function, keyed in turbo, and hit OK. Turbo Mode Enable/Disable was brought up along with 4 available tweaks. I disabled both and rebooted. My CPU frequency had dropped to 3300 MHz (stock). Hit F9 and did the search again, but I showed Turbo Mode enabled. Reset both to Disable. I think the Turbo is now disabled, despite what is showing in the Turbo Mode status.

I still have no clue where Turbo Mode shows up on the menu pages!
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I've been trying to do the same thing with my new ASUS Deluxe Prime II motherboard and just now was able to do it. Like the other responders to this thread I simply could not find the Turbo settings in the BIOS. In desperation, I used the Search (F9) function, keyed in turbo, and hit OK. Turbo Mode Enable/Disable was brought up along with 4 available tweaks. I disabled both and rebooted. My CPU frequency had dropped to 3300 MHz (stock). Hit F9 and did the search again, but I showed Turbo Mode enabled. Reset both to Disable. I think the Turbo is now disabled, despite what is showing in the Turbo Mode status.

I still have no clue where Turbo Mode shows up on the menu pages!
Advanced> CPU... but you are confusing two differnt things. disabling turbo in bios locks the cpu at the max turbo clock, speed step and speed shift allow for dynamic frequency. Intel Turbo Boost is a windows service, not Bios. It only works at stock settings and loads the "preferred" cores based on demand.

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Yeah leave bios turbo mode alone

You can disable multicore enhancement though that usually just over zaps voltages.

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Hi, is it worth the way to buy a i9 7940X or 7960X (or the equivalent 9 series ones) with an Asus TUF Mark 1 to reach 4.4 - 4.5 GHz on at least 8 cores like I am now with my 7820X?

I need more cores and I'm thinking about delidding some i9 79xxX to do some OC, I could stay with 4 GHz for some core to stay lower with temperature.

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Hi, is it worth the way to buy a i9 7940X or 7960X (or the equivalent 9 series ones) with an Asus TUF Mark 1 to reach 4.4 - 4.5 GHz on at least 8 cores like I am now with my 7820X?

I need more cores and I'm thinking about delidding some i9 79xxX to do some OC, I could stay with 4 GHz for some core to stay lower with temperature.

Thank you.
Whether or not it's worth it is up to you in the end. If you have a need for more cores, then it will be worth it.

The ASUS X299 TUF Mark 1 is a really solid board. I run my 7900X at 4.6GHz all cores with HT on and have zero issues.

Delidding and running bare die is really going to be your only option. These things DUMP heat like no tomorrow and you'll need a helluva water setup to keep up with the load as well.

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Yeah if you want a 3 year Intel warranty get a 99..x
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It is nearly too late to get into x299 frankly it has maybe 1.5 years support left so for the cost it might be best to wait and jump on the next release board wise and stick with the 78..x you have :/

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Whether or not it's worth it is up to you in the end. If you have a need for more cores, then it will be worth it.

The ASUS X299 TUF Mark 1 is a really solid board. I run my 7900X at 4.6GHz all cores with HT on and have zero issues.

Delidding and running bare die is really going to be your only option. These things DUMP heat like no tomorrow and you'll need a helluva water setup to keep up with the load as well.
Thank you, well my concern it is all about temperatures, if I buy a 79xx processor I could delid it, if I buy a 99xx I have a new refresh but I couldn't delid it so the question is, are 99xxX (without delid) temperatures comparable with an equivalent 79xxX with delid? If the answer is YES then I could go for a 99xx, if the answer is NO then I have to go with a 79xx and delid it.

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Yeah if you want a 3 year Intel warranty get a 99..x
If not 79..x

It is nearly too late to get into x299 frankly it has maybe 1.5 years support left so for the cost it might be best to wait and jump on the next release board wise and stick with the 78..x you have :/
Well maybe I could do like this but actually I don't want to change all the system again, I usually stay with the same system for maybe 4-5 years until I need something more. So unless the next system would be something incredible I'd like only to spend money to change the processor instead of everything, I remember it was a pain to change system last time. I use many softwares so everytime I build a new system I need weeks to get it up and running.

Maybe I could wait a little longer to see some price drop and what happens with the new cpu series. I think we will se it in a year or something more, am I right?

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