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post #1911 of 1927 (permalink) Old 04-08-2019, 12:51 PM
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Windows Security asks your pemission to let it run. It can load to the task bar but you have to give permisssion to open the app. If you have the skill to get TS to run at startup then there won't be any issue with your settings not being applied. It might be possible. TS is free, you might download it and see what it does. ver 6.00 is good for LGA775. Later versions are full of weird X58 and up power settings. TS 6.00 gives direct control of Volts and multiplier. With a C2X it can overclock. It has a light weight stress test/benchmark and nice temperature/Voltage readouts. I undervolted the X5470 in my Opti 380 to 1.1V. and can run Prime 95 small FFT at 42*C. If you have a C2X sitting around you can try it on any computer. The whole Dell thing is because nothing else works on those.

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Windows Security asks your pemission to let it run. It can load to the task bar but you have to give permisssion to open the app. If you have the skill to get TS to run at startup then there won't be any issue with your settings not being applied. It might be possible. TS is free, you might download it and see what it does. ver 6.00 is good for LGA775. Later versions are full of weird X58 and up power settings. TS 6.00 gives direct control of Volts and multiplier. With a C2X it can overclock. It has a light weight stress test/benchmark and nice temperature/Voltage readouts. I undervolted the X5470 in my Opti 380 to 1.1V. and can run Prime 95 small FFT at 42*C. If you have a C2X sitting around you can try it on any computer. The whole Dell thing is because nothing else works on those.
Oh you're referring to windows "User Account Control" that asks your permission if you want to run a program every time you start something. Yeah on windows 7 we can just disable that and everything runs without permission and run anything even on start up.

Also, edited my other big post to remove it, I have the worst luck. Intel 975X board I bought off ebay wasn't new, either refurbished or used. The seller lied. It had swollen capacitors and won't even POST. So much for that. Ebay forced return time.

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Here she is with the 1070 installed and everything, and newest 3dmark score
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So my QX9650 might be able to go higher, I think all my instabilities were coming from FSB and MCP voltages being too low, there no way this chip shouldn’t run 4.2GHz at almost 1.5v vs 4.1GHz that it’s doing now. Repasted the 1070 and the QX9650 with Kryonaut and I did see about a 5C temp drop across the board (10C on the 1070). Will update if I have any luck but its still possible that I am PSU limited in getting that overclock and that could be why I’m getting hard lock ups and system freezes.

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So my QX9650 might be able to go higher, I think all my instabilities were coming from FSB and MCP voltages being too low, there no way this chip shouldn’t run 4.2GHz at almost 1.5v vs 4.1GHz that it’s doing now. Repasted the 1070 and the QX9650 with Kryonaut and I did see about a 5C temp drop across the board (10C on the 1070). Will update if I have any luck but its still possible that I am PSU limited in getting that overclock and that could be why I’m getting hard lock ups and system freezes.
Since you have the unlocked CPU why not try going to 10.5x400. Chipsets have latency settings also and usually drop their speed at about 405mhz. So there's a performance hit when you go beyond that. 432fsb might be doing more harm than good.

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Here she is with the 1070 installed and everything, and newest 3dmark score

Any chance this is the case (or 1 similar to it) that U used? Reason I'm asking is I just did a ryzen build with an RTX2070 and put it in this.I think it looks pretty good for the price. https://www.newegg.com/Product/Produ...-121-_-Product
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Quote: Originally Posted by Retrorockit View Post
Since you have the unlocked CPU why not try going to 10.5x400. Chipsets have latency settings also and usually drop their speed at about 405mhz. So there's a performance hit when you go beyond that. 432fsb might be doing more harm than good.
I have tried, I lose score in CPU benches with my memory clocked back that far, It scales surprisingly well with RAM speed but at also lower latencies.

Quote: Originally Posted by schuck6566 View Post
Any chance this is the case (or 1 similar to it) that U used? Reason I'm asking is I just did a ryzen build with an RTX2070 and put it in this.I think it looks pretty good for the price. https://www.newegg.com/Product/Produ...-121-_-Product
Nah I'm using the Fractal Design Focus G https://www.newegg.com/Product/Produ...82E16811352069

"In Yorkfield, crossing the Ivy Bridge to get over Coffee Lake, while Ryzen to the challenge with my Broadwell."
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AM4 (Wife's Rig)
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Intel® Core™2 Extreme Processor QX9650 4.10GHz (1.48v) 432 x 9.5
Motherboard
EVGA nForce 790i SLI Ultra (132-CK-NF79)
GPU
EVGA GTX 1070 SC (2009MHz boost) (+525MHz mem)
RAM
Patriot Signature DDR3 2 x 4GB (8GB) 1726MHz CL9
Hard Drive
Kingston A400 2.5" SATA III SSD 120GB
Hard Drive
Crucial MX400
Power Supply
Thermaltake White 80+
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I have tried, I lose score in CPU benches with my memory clocked back that far, It scales surprisingly well with RAM speed but at also lower latencies.



Nah I'm using the Fractal Design Focus G https://www.newegg.com/Product/Produ...82E16811352069
That's nice also! If I was gonna go with a dvd drive,Id have had to get something like that. Isn't it whacked how they charge more for the same case if it's a different color now? your case in white = $49.92 +S&H. Grey = $53.04+S&H,Black=$53.34+S&H,Blue=$54.44+S&H,and Red = $59.87+S&H They know they can stick us for the coloring & we'll pay it. (I REALLY don't think there's $10. worth of Red paint on that red case...lol) Well,now I get 2 be a nervous wreck cause I'm working on my first new system in 8 years and my first amd cpu since the single core athlon xp days.
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That's nice also! If I was gonna go with a dvd drive,Id have had to get something like that. Isn't it whacked how they charge more for the same case if it's a different color now? your case in white = $49.92 +S&H. Grey = $53.04+S&H,Black=$53.34+S&H,Blue=$54.44+S&H,and Red = $59.87+S&H They know they can stick us for the coloring & we'll pay it. (I REALLY don't think there's $10. worth of Red paint on that red case...lol) Well,now I get 2 be a nervous wreck cause I'm working on my first new system in 8 years and my first amd cpu since the single core athlon xp days.
I bought mine on sale for $42 which is the black one

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