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post #14691 of 14897 (permalink) Old 06-28-2019, 05:50 PM
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My x58 chipset has water cooling connections but I never used them ever. And have been running my system at 4Ghz with a 920 and then 4.2Ghz with my X5660. I own this system nearly 10 years. I bought around October or November 2009.
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That is with speed spectrum on and using turbo (not performance setting) with 190Mhz on auto multi makes memory run dual channel .. set to 1.35v on cpu with v droop . I like the way it boost to what ever fsb allows if the voltage is there .

I Fire Striked it http://www.3dmark.com/fs/19707445 and notting different in settings as scaling was 100% from video cards in report and the cards are stock clocked as what two RX 570's can do not overclocked.

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If single trend is looked at as in IPC then it is running as fast the 1600X in gaming .

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I did a thing to my daughters computer. It's an X58 based system in a Lian Li PC-07S with some excessive RGB.


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If single trend is looked at as in IPC then it is running as fast the 1600X in gaming .
Pretty much. Also, you have to consider that most CPU-Z validations are done from hardware enthusiast. The average user gets even lower performance because they buy the cheapest RAM they can.

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Hey guys,


I had some questions about safe maxes with my setup. I have a Xeon X5670 on an Asus P6X58D Premium. I previously had an i7 950 clocked at 4.0Ghz.

I'm curious what the safe maxes for Vcore, QPI/DRAM (VTT), IOH Voltage, and CPU PLL would be, and what you would consider a safe max temp during stress testing?


I'm following Miahallans 3-step process for the i series chips assuming the xeon will follow similar rules, but I'm sure with it being a 32nm process there are a few differences between this and the i7 950.


I'm currently trying to find my MAX BCLK, running Prime now at 203 with no issues so far.


I plan to run the machine with HT on.


Another question...for some reason in the BIOS I can manually set the multiplier to 22 or 24, but not 23, and this is with speedstep and turbo OFF. If i set it to 24 and load into windows, sometimes it drops down to 22 automatically. If I were to turn speedstep and turbo back on, would this essentially allow the max to be 25, and the drop down to be 23? I've read that odd number multipliers can be more stable than even number multipliers.


This is my main machine that I run daily for most of my tasks, a lot of excel and data processing...not as much gaming anymore, so while I don't need the absolute best I'm trying to find the best steps to take to find a stable machine. I've already determined in the past that my Ram (12GB triple channel) passes memcheck easily at 1600 and I dont really need it higher than that unless my BLCK and multi gets to a point that it pushes the ram above 1600.


Any advice so I don't have to read thru almost 1500 pages would be helpful.


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1.4v vCore, 1.35v QPI/VTT, 1.2 IOH should be all that's ever needed, if at all, and 1.9 CPU PLL, again, if at all. The biggest thing is not crossing 1.35v QPI/VTT and keeping that within .5v of DRAM voltage. I'm running 3.8ghz @ 1.21v because of temperature limits on my daughters PC, which is running 7.2GT/s QPI link speed at only 1.25v QPI/VTT. If pushing higher uncore or DRAM frequency, that's when needing to bump that voltage can matter. If you stick with 1600mhz RAM, you'll most likely only need to increase CPU core voltage (unless >7.0 GT/s QPI link speed).
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Quote: Originally Posted by xenkw0n View Post
1.4v vCore, 1.35v QPI/VTT, 1.2 IOH should be all that's ever needed, if at all, and 1.9 CPU PLL, again, if at all. The biggest thing is not crossing 1.35v QPI/VTT and keeping that within .5v of DRAM voltage. I'm running 3.8ghz @ 1.21v because of temperature limits on my daughters PC, which is running 7.2GT/s QPI link speed at only 1.25v QPI/VTT. If pushing higher uncore or DRAM frequency, that's when needing to bump that voltage can matter. If you stick with 1600mhz RAM, you'll most likely only need to increase CPU core voltage (unless >7.0 GT/s QPI link speed).
Thanks for that! I had it stable at 4.2 but now I'm just seeing how far I can go. At 4.2 I had 21x200, ram @ 1600 9-9-9-24-1n 1.5v, vcore 1.325, CPU pll 1.84, ioh 1.18, vtt 1.3.

Why would I push the qpi link speed higher than the lowest setting? Or when would I want to go above a 2:1 uncore to dram? I know in some cases when trying to OC ram around 2000 the uncore isn't stable at 4000 so people have to lower it. I feel like I read somewhere anything over 3700/3800 and things get wonky.

I'm just trying to figure out what I need to tweak a little higher 1 thing at a time if I run into instability.

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I just set v core to 1.4v and QPI VTT to 1.35v and everything has a nice bump and it boost to 4.4Ghz easy .

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