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post #14621 of 14898 (permalink) Old 05-04-2019, 03:56 PM
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The 8GB DIMM (MT18KSF1G72AZ-1G6E1ZF Crucial DDR3L 1600Mhz CL11 2Rx8 ECC UDIMM) doesn't work with my Dell 0x501h/XPS 9000 board at all, unfortunately. The stock RAM included in the system is 2Rx8, so I had high hopes it would downclock the RAM and work fine. In DIMM 0 slot I get no video output. In any other slot, still no output but the board beeps twice repeatedly. Clearing CMOS didn't help. The BIOS has no speed settings, so nothing else to try that I'm aware of. Although maybe Typoon Burner could bake a different JDEC profile into the RAM.

The W3680 seems to work well at least. Couldn't figure out MSR overclocking last night, so will have to return to it later; msr-tools and cpupower don't want to work for me at all, and I can't overclock without them (in Linux) AFAIK. Maybe I should try Throttlestop in Windows to ascertain if the board is hard locked.

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I bought the Mac Pro Unbuffered 1866mhz Micron memory, works fine but it refuses to post at stock settings so I have to mix a random stick in to get it to post until I can run it at 1600mhz. So just because something doesn't post initially doesn't mean it won't work either lol.
Interesting, I'll have to try that.

Edit: That worked (+rep). I have to add a stick of 1066MHz, and leave it in, or the board refuses to output video. I guess it doesn't like the speed or it has a fit at ECC. Going to try Thaiphoon Burner next.

DMI shows the DIMM as 4GB but available memory indicates it's an 8GB DIMM. Bizarre.

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the QPI frequency has a max safe operation or is only important for stability... because I can't find anything
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@Ground15 My Xeon X5675 arrived, I managed to get 4.6ghz @ 1.36v and 3.8ghz uncore @1.375v, Ive tested 5 passes of R15 and 2 passes of standard IntelBurnTestv2 with no BSODs, is my chip a decent batch in your opinion?
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Quote: Originally Posted by rootmoto View Post
@Ground15 My Xeon X5675 arrived, I managed to get 4.6ghz @ 1.36v and 3.8ghz uncore @1.375v, Ive tested 5 passes of R15 and 2 passes of standard IntelBurnTestv2 with no BSODs, is my chip a decent batch in your opinion?
4.6 @ 1.36 is amazing, mine wont even run at those speeds without hyperthreading. For stability on this platform I like OCCT Small Data Set for about 30 minutes, then the large data set for about 30. I've passed burntest before on 15 passes and failed the other two. Then I run 6 instances of MemTest in windows. Maybe not as in depth as others, but current uptime on my system is over 30 days without a problem at 4.53ghz so seems pretty good to me.
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Quote: Originally Posted by rootmoto View Post
@Ground15 My Xeon X5675 arrived, I managed to get 4.6ghz @ 1.36v and 3.8ghz uncore @1.375v, Ive tested 5 passes of R15 and 2 passes of standard IntelBurnTestv2 with no BSODs, is my chip a decent batch in your opinion?
the uncore volt (QPI/Vtt) is too much from what I have read and maybe even the frequency is too much, max is below 1.35v. I think you are killing the cpu.
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I looked at the Intel datasheet and the max volts they state is 1.4v for daily use.

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I looked at the Intel datasheet and the max volts they state is 1.4v for daily use.
I don't know that, but if you do a little research you can read that over 1.35 is dangerous
well I'm talking about the 5650, but I think is the same for the entire 56 family

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I don't know that, but if you do a little research you can read that over 1.35 is dangerous
well I'm talking about the 5650, but I think is the same for the entire 56 family
This is the datasheet I’m talking about. https://www.intel.com.au/content/dam...-datasheet.pdf It defines the min and max safe voltages for the processors.

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uhmmm I don't know the difference from vdtta/d (maybe overshoot?), but on page 32 there are the vtt max, but it must be calculated
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uhmmm I don't know the difference from vdtta/d (maybe overshoot?), but on page 32 there are the vtt max, but it must be calculated
Analog / Digital PWM voltage controller.

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