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post #14851 of 14908 (permalink) Old 09-20-2019, 01:04 AM
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Sad to say I've moved on from my X58 setup. The i9-9900KF was recently on sale for $420 on Newegg and decided that price was low enough to justify the jump.

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Quote: Originally Posted by chessmyantidrug View Post
Sad to say I've moved on from my X58 setup. The i9-9900KF was recently on sale for $420 on Newegg and decided that price was low enough to justify the jump.
Post up some benchmarks! Interested to see how it compares. I couldn't go from triple channel to dual, even if it was DDR3 to DDR4. Excited for Cascade Lake-X, personally.
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Benchmarks aren't going to paint my system in the best light. My CPU throttles because the Big Shuriken 3 can't adequately cool it. I am considering getting an ITX tower like the Lian Li TU150 so I can appropriately cool the i9-9900KF. It's that or shoehorn a custom loop into the FTZ01-E. I'm not in a rush because it doesn't throttle while gaming, only during stress tests.

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If you can't run 3DMark without throttling I highly doubt you don't see throttling while gaming unless you have a HUGE GPU bottleneck
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I recently purchased a PCIe NVMe drive adapter, successfully installed a 512GB NVMe drive in the system. Works very well, much faster than Sata (my board only had two Sata III ports). I'm not getting advertised speeds by any stretch, but frankly m.2 storage is so cheap now anyone on this platform should look into it. Just plopped it in the slot, and windows was able to discover it with disk management.

That might do it as far as tweaks go for this thing. Eventually my Radeon VII will wind up in here for lolz, but I think I'm done with it.
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Quote: Originally Posted by PriestOfSin View Post
I recently purchased a PCIe NVMe drive adapter, successfully installed a 512GB NVMe drive in the system. Works very well, much faster than Sata (my board only had two Sata III ports). I'm not getting advertised speeds by any stretch, but frankly m.2 storage is so cheap now anyone on this platform should look into it. Just plopped it in the slot, and windows was able to discover it with disk management.

That might do it as far as tweaks go for this thing. Eventually my Radeon VII will wind up in here for lolz, but I think I'm done with it.

Interesting, were you able to install windows to it? Or can you just use it once you have windows installed?

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Interesting, were you able to install windows to it? Or can you just use it once you have windows installed?
For OS usage you can use every nvme - ssd with some "efihack" like duet with x58, but this will need some work to do and increases boottime.

if you do not want to use some extra stuff you have to look after Samsung 950 Pro or Plextor M6e that come with an extra rom to directly boot with legacy systems. This might need some adjustments of the sata controller settings of your board to work flawlessly.

Be careful with some cheap PCIE Gen3 NVME SSDs that only come with a x2-connection controller cause it obviously uses only 2 lanes of 2.0 PCIe instead of 4, so the performance will be even lower with X58.

i use a 950pro with a cheap chinese adapter and have to problems (i only have to disable extended ide if i want to use some sata 3 ssds too) running with my X58A-OC. With pcie frequency about 130+ i can nearly max out the seq read/write speed according to the ssd specs, but this is something i do not need in daily usage. Random reads and writes etc are lower compared to a truely nvme supported platform.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Owterspace View Post
Interesting, were you able to install windows to it? Or can you just use it once you have windows installed?
My bad, should've specified. I just have windows on a standard SSD, but am using the NVMe successfully for general storage.

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Im running x5650 at 4.0ghz 1.38v and I cant seem to go higher without throttling, would a w3680 OC better? I want something like 4.5ghz.
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