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UPDATE 6/5/2014

DON'T ABANDON YOUR X58 JUST YET!

i thought about getting a x79 or the new haswell, however i recently found out i didn't have to! i recently upgraded to the xeon x5650 hexacore and have seen significant result. 

 

with a modest easy oc to 4ghz 

 

and wallah! instant ivy bridge performance! 

 

with the x5650 being 80-90 USD it is very affordable and far more economic compare to upgrading to a new platform. 

 

if you own one or curious of buying one or just interested in general. post here! POST YOUR P6X58D BUILD TODAY WITH PICS!
during my stay on this forum i seen couple p6x58d posts here and there. really scattered and doubt anyone would find them all. so why not make it into a collective/informative thread. cheers!


WHERE TO BUY YOU ASK?
ASUS P6X58D Premium LGA 1366 Intel X58 SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 ATX Intel Motherboard - Retail
Open Box: ASUS P6X58D Premium LGA 1366 Intel X58 SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 ATX Intel Motherboard

New E revision.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...Tpk=p6x58d%20e
Whats the difference?

Originally Posted by Kitarist View Post
 

 

These are the differences i've found between the: P6X58D Premium and P6X58D- (Click to show)

P6X58D-E has Marvell® 9128 While P6X58D Premium has Marvell® 9123 Controller. (It means the E version has a better controller and supports RAID better)


P6X58D-E also has better VIA® VT6308P controller while the P6X58D Premium has VIA® VT6308 (IEEE 1394)

P6X58D-E Only has 1 Gigabit LAN controller Marvell 88E8056® While P6X58D Premium has 2.

P6X58D-E doesnt have the RESET button on the motherboard while the P6X58D Premium has, but both have the POWER and MEMOK buttons.

P6X58D-E also doesnt come with 1 x Optional Fan for water-cooling or passive-cooling while P6X58D Premium does.

"The Premium has 2 additonal heatpipes for cooling (1 to the Southbridge and 1 above the Northbridge) whereas the E version does not have this."

I hope this will answer some questions to some people who want to know what are the differences between those two motherboards.

 

 

 

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The Premium has one more LAN port than the E.

The E supports RAID on the SATA 6Gb controller while the Premium does not.

 

 

 

Thats it!!!


WOULD ENABLING SATA6+USB3 BOTTLENECK 16/16 CFX &SLI?

 

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Is it true that if we want to go SLI with the P6X58D-E, that we NEED to disable USB 3.0, AND SATA 3 in order for the PCI-E lanes to both run at 16x?
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I had already addressed that concern awhile back, it should have been a response to Robilar's post. However, I can see where the confusion comes into play from this piece of information. "This board does possess 36 lanes but the SATA6 and USB3 controllers use 6 lanes..."

The likelyhood of someone maxing out USB3 + SATA3 on each and every single available port at the exact same time, is never going to happen. You also have to take into consideration, that those devices will never reach their theoretical max throughput either. In any event, no you will not have to disable USB3 or SATA3 in order for you to run both PCI-E lanes at 16x.

I currently have both SATA3/USB3 enabled, running CFX ATI 5770's and both are set to and running at 16x with no performance issues.

NOTE: Be sure to set the 2nd PCI-E lane to run at 16x which can be found in the BIOS.

RAM NOT WORKING? OR ISN'T DISPLAYING THE CORRECT AMOUNT? READ BELOW.

 

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This thread is a basic troubleshooting guide users who have memory detection issues.

For example the motherboard is only detecting 4 GBs instead of 6 GBs or 8 GBs instead of 12GBs.

This issue is fairly common on Intel X58 based systems and affects all brands of motherboards. X58 is Intel's first platform with the memory controller built into the CPU. Good contact between the CPU and the socket pins is very important and bad contact is usually the cause of "missing" memory as well as other causes listed here:


Poorly fitted CPU cooler ( too much tension, not enough tension, uneven tension)

Fix: Adjust tension of aftermarket cooler, Test with stock cooler, reseat CPU and cooler.

*Most people fix the problem just by reseating the cpu and cooler*


Bent CPU socket pins. (damaged board, poor installation, poor cooler tension, uneven pressure etc)
Fix: Inspect CPU socket for bent pins, some users have been able to straighten the bent pins and solve the problem. Otherwise if its too badly damaged you might need to RMA the board. (Note: Asus might refuse RMA if bent pins were caused by user)


Faulty ram

Fix: Test each stick individually( in slot A1) to see if it boots. Run memtest. Test with another memory kit if possible.


Insufficient voltage

Fix: Set "Dram bus voltage" to 1.64v (or whatever your memory spec says) and set QPI/Dram voltage to max 1.35v (Max 1.35v is recommended for users with 12 Gigs and/or running at speeds of 1600Mhz or higher. If running under 1600Mhz with 6 Gigs you may only need 1.25v QPI/Dram voltage. Another option is to set XMP profile in the bios.


Wrong windows version:

Fix: Some new builders are unaware of limitations using 32 bit Windows. Windows 32 bit can only recognize and address under 4 GBs of system memory. Install 64 bit version of windows.


Short Circuit: (with some aftermarket coolers/cases)
Fix: The backplate of some aftermarket coolers touch the motherboard tray causing a short circuit. Test with stock cooler or make adjustments.


Faulty motherboard

Fix: Least likely cause but if all other fixes have been tried RMA the motherboard


Some notes for people using 12 Gigs of memory.

12 Gigs of memory is only supported at 800-1333Mhz. Some users can run 1600Mhz successfully with some voltage tweaking but 1333Mhz is the max supported speed using 12 gigs.

I hope that helps. If anyone wants me to add something let me know.
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P6X58D Premium BIOS Update Changelog
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Description P6X58D Premium BIOS [1002] - Released (2010/09/10)
- Improve system stability

Description P6X58D Premium BIOS [0904] - Released (2010/08/27)
- Added Marvell 9120 support and updated option ROM to v1.0.0.1025
- Fixed CrashFree function failed in BIOS 0903
- Improve system stability

Description P6X58D Premium BIOS [0813] - Released (2010/06/22)
- Support IXTU (Intel Extreme Tuning Utility)

Description P6X58D Premium BIOS [0808] - Released (2010/04/20)
- Improve memory compatibility

Description P6X58D Premium BIOS [0703] - Released (2010/02/25)
- Improve system stability
- Support new CPUs. Please refer to our website at: http://support.asus.com/cpusupport/c...Language=en-us

Description P6X58D Premium BIOS [0604] - Released (2010/01/29)
- Fix DRAM Voltage is abnormal in TurboV

Description P6X58D Premium BIOS [0506] - Released (2010/01/11)
- Support new CPUs. Please refer to our website at: http://support.asus.com/cpusupport/c...Language=en-us

Description P6X58D Premium BIOS [0402] - Released (2009/12/01)
- Enhance OC Profile storage space from 2 to 8 slots.
- Enable instant display of Target CPU & DRAM Frequency under Ai Tweaker

Description P6X58D Premium BIOS [0301] - Released (First)
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P6X58D-E Xtreme BIOS Update Changelog
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Description P6X58D-E Xtreme BIOS [0303] - Released (2010/06/08)
- Improve memory compatibility
- Improve system stability
- Support new CPUs. Please refer to our website at: http://support.asus.com/cpusupport/c...Language=en-us

Description P6X58D-E Xtreme BIOS [0204] - Released (2010/04/13)

Description P6X58D-E Xtreme BIOS [0108] - Released (First)
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WE HAVE A NEW SIG ~~ courtesy of Riskitall84

 

 

 

 

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and by popular demand...the E Sig

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ASUS does it again with the P6X58D motherboard!

The P6X58D motherboard provides you a host of new features and the latest technologies. It supports Core i7 (LGA1366) and delivers better overclocking capabilities with less power consumption. It features Triple channel DDR3 2000(O.C.)/1333/1066 memory support and breaks the boundaries to bring you the multi-GPU choice of either SLI or CrossFireX. In addition, TurboV helps you to overclock easily without the need of experience!

ASUS is an industry leader known for making innovative and reliable motherboards. Bring home the experience and craftsmanship of ASUS and build your next system in confidence today!

 

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I've decided to take some time out to go through all the trial and errors to OC the Intel Core i7 920 D0-Stepping (SLBEJ), matched up with this excellent Asus P6X58D Premium motherboard, so that you all don't have to go through all the pain I endured throughout this process.

Simply click on one of the links below to go directly to my OC post of your choice.

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Intel i7 920 D0 @ 3.61GHz - Low Voltage Settings

Intel i7 920 D0 @ 3.80GHz - Low Voltage Settings (Now w/ 930 Settings)

Intel i7 920 D0 @ 4.01GHz - Low Voltage Settings (Now w/ 930 Settings)

Intel i7 920 D0 @ 4.20GHz - Low Voltage Settings (Now w/ 930 Settings)

Intel i7 920 D0 @ 4.41GHz - Low Voltage Settings (Now w/ 930 Settings)

Intel i7 920 D0 @ 4.52GHz - Low Voltage Settings (930 Settings Only)




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this will be the photo gallery. post your P6X58D today!

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Hey Guys,

Im a new P6X58D owner, finished building my new rig last week and had it running smooth since. Right now im running an i7 920 @ 3.8 and have had no issues. I gotta say the H50 cooler is the best Ive ever used.

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This is at idle:


This is With Intel burn test maximum and Furmark running at the same time for 10 mins.


Pics of the Setup:


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Here is my setup:

Lian-Li PC-P50 (w/Scythe "E") + EX-322N (w/Scythe "E") + EX-H22S (w/Nexus)
i7 920 D0 @ 4.4GHZ w/HT OFF at 1.35v and 69c under full load
Asus P6X58D / Noctua NH-D14
6GB Corsair 8-8-8-24
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My figures in Turbo V:
BCLK Frequency: 191Mhz (x Multipler 21 = 4.00 Ghz)
CPU Voltage: 1.35v
DRAM Bus Voltage: 1.66v
QPI/DRAM Core Voltage: 1.25v
CPU PLL: 1.80v
ICH PCIE: 1.5v
IOH PCIE: 1.50v
ICH: 1.1v
IOH: 1.1v
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Here are some pics of mine. Nothing too exciting to look at except the bad cable management skills I have. Hey... don't laugh

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Mobo: p6x58d Premium
CPU: i7 920 D0
RAM: Mushkin 998691 1600mhz 6-7-6-18 with Xigmatek Dragoon Coolers
GPU: Asus 5970
HDD: Intel x25 p2 160 gb
PSU: Enermax Revolution85+ 1050W
CASE: Thermaltake SwordM



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Finally had time to take some photos, here we go !!

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I have been running prime again for 1 hour and 15mins @ 4.2Ghz, with those posted bios settings I am running 43, 39, 39, 37 Idle and running the load "Blend test" with Prime95 I am getting highs of 88, 85, 82, 81

BSOD @ 1 hour 57 mins =/

Temps were maxing at 88 on core 0.
I dont want to believe that it was temps. It could have been anything lol
I always tell my GF not to move around too much in the room while Im benching.. I dont want her to create heat lol

Right now I am working on a stable, Low Volt 4Ghz OC.
I've temporarily given up on 4.2Ghz.

I've dropped my Vcore to 1.30 (1.288 in CPUZ)
21.0x191 = 4010Mhz
Blend Prime95 @ 1 hour so far and max temp of 79 on my hottest core. Im liking the looks of it so far.

https://www.overclock.net/8384582-post648.html

Gotta figure with the new board and pushing it into the market, there has to be bugs and more to come. I really like this board and my experience so far. I havent tried Usb 3.0 yet or the Sata 3, I only saw 1 6Gbs Hard drive on Newegg http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16822148506

$300.00 to steep fer me atm. This is my first Intel build too after many AMD's, but i have always bought Asus Mb's -- their Support SUX but their boards rock... I have a M4A79t Deluxe soon to be RMA'd for the second time lol.
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ouch, did you check if it was the temp got too hot?

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I have literally the exact same speed! And yes I do own a P6X58D and love it! Except for sometimes the SATA priorities are weird and nothing really supports 6gb/s SATA haha
too true!, i have my boot hook up to sata 6 even though it's not supported just so i can skip the extra boot sequence.

lol i don't know about you guys, but after i registered my board with asus, their tech support contacted me a week after asking if i needed any help.
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I have literally the exact same speed! And yes I do own a P6X58D and love it! Except for sometimes the SATA priorities are weird and nothing really supports 6gb/s SATA haha

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Yes! I own an Asus P6T Deluxe ver 2 and wow isall I can say. Very well built. I have owned it all and the Asus stuff is boss. Treat yourself, start from the ground up with a great board.

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Asus P6T Deluxe V2, I7 920, 12 gigs of Patriot ram, 500 gig HDD, SLI GTS 250's factory overclocked, Corsair TX 650, Logitech G19, G9, G35, duel 22inch LCD's

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Yeah? try to get a new bios chip, flashed with the latest bios from their Bios Department. Ask them some time if they fixed your RMA'd Motherboard and if they did, aske them what they fixed. Bad experiences for me and my family, but i am a DIE HARD fan of ASUS even still lol. I believe they make the best. Just an opinion tho.
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