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10-22-2019 02:27 AM
croky
Quote: Originally Posted by Vadlok View Post
That must be the X5675.
The X5670 skips from x22 to x24.
http://valid.x86.fr/rdqmhn

https://valid.x86.fr/3n23x5

C-States once again... and btw, the horse is dead already.
10-21-2019 04:53 PM
Retrorockit Here's one. 61x133 for 8083MHz
https://valid.x86.fr/rmqzju
The motherboard number translates to a Dell Precision T3500. So locked BIOS AND locked CPU. The benchmark score of 7316 seems pretty normal.
Unfortunately there are a lot of these out there.

I wonder if some of the unexplained turbo frequencies could be an out of date BIOS not identifyimg an X5675 correctly, but running it as an X5670?
10-21-2019 12:14 PM
AeroZ
Quote: Originally Posted by 99belle99 View Post
Must be something wrong there. I was using a X5660 system up until recently when I upgraded to a 3700X. My X5660 was clocked at 4.2GHz for a few years used everyday and could easily do 4.6 and even 4.8GHz. Never bothered to push it any higher.


My vcore during long stress testing at 4.1 is ~1.29v. For 4.2 I had to bump it to near 1.35v and a worker would still randomly stop during prime.


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10-21-2019 12:10 PM
99belle99
Quote: Originally Posted by AeroZ View Post
Nice overclock. Could you post some more screenshots of your settings and cpu-z tabs? I’m currently running 4.1 and wasn’t able to get 4.2 stable enough (using Prime95). Your temps also look interesting with that voltage. Which cooler do you use?


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Must be something wrong there. I was using a X5660 system up until recently when I upgraded to a 3700X. My X5660 was clocked at 4.2GHz for a few years used everyday and could easily do 4.6 and even 4.8GHz. Never bothered to push it any higher.
10-21-2019 11:19 AM
Vadlok
Quote: Originally Posted by chessmyantidrug View Post
There's no 24x multiplier on the X5670. The multipliers skip from 23x to 25x.
That must be the X5675.
The X5670 skips from x22 to x24.
10-21-2019 03:10 AM
croky
Quote: Originally Posted by AeroZ View Post
Nice overclock. Could you post some more screenshots of your settings and cpu-z tabs? I’m currently running 4.1 and wasn’t able to get 4.2 stable enough (using Prime95). Your temps also look interesting with that voltage. Which cooler do you use?


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That's not mine but it surely is a nice oc. The screenshot belongs to user intelchief. I took this image from this post: https://www.overclock.net/forum/8-in...nside-221.html

You might want to read and follow from that post.
10-21-2019 02:25 AM
AeroZ
Quote: Originally Posted by croky View Post
This information is completely wrong, of course. You just need a quick google search to know that. On the X5670, try disabling C-State ...





Nice overclock. Could you post some more screenshots of your settings and cpu-z tabs? I’m currently running 4.1 and wasn’t able to get 4.2 stable enough (using Prime95). Your temps also look interesting with that voltage. Which cooler do you use?


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10-21-2019 02:21 AM
croky
Quote: Originally Posted by chessmyantidrug View Post
There's also no 24x.
Quote: Originally Posted by chessmyantidrug View Post
There's no 24x multiplier on the X5670. The multipliers skip from 23x to 25x.
This information is completely wrong, of course. You just need a quick google search to know that. On the X5670, try disabling C-State ...

10-20-2019 02:14 PM
chessmyantidrug
Quote: Originally Posted by Vadlok View Post
There is 24, that is the max multiplier. Boost is 25. I'm curious for the 26 multiplier, because that seems pretty much boost+1 with an asus motherboard(sabertooth/p6t). Even the x25 multiplier is achieved in 6 core configuration which is wierd.
There's no 24x multiplier on the X5670. The multipliers skip from 23x to 25x.
10-19-2019 09:02 PM
Vadlok
Quote: Originally Posted by chessmyantidrug View Post
Twenty-five is the boost multiplier for the X5670. Some motherboards allowed you to set that multiplier in BIOS. I know for sure the X58 Sabertooth is one of them and I could run it on all six cores. There is no 26x on the X5670. There's also no 24x.
There is 24, that is the max multiplier. Boost is 25. I'm curious for the 26 multiplier, because that seems pretty much boost+1 with an asus motherboard(sabertooth/p6t). Even the x25 multiplier is achieved in 6 core configuration which is wierd.
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