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10-23-2019 10:43 AM
99belle99 Mine was 1.300V at 4.2GHz.
10-23-2019 10:21 AM
MayoTheGreat
Quote: Originally Posted by AeroZ View Post
What’s your vcore at 4.2?


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I'm at work. I'll have to let you know later but it's around 1.3

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10-23-2019 09:25 AM
AeroZ
[Official] - X58 Xeon Club -

Quote: Originally Posted by MayoTheGreat View Post
Those high results are because of dial x5670s. Some server motherboards allow dual Xeon processors. Those are the ones that can achieve those high results. Ignore them.

I have an x5670 with a p6x58d premium and have mine 24/7 stable at 4.2 GHz. 200x21. Odd multipliers seem to respond better than evens. Also by using a 200 blck you can get your ram to exactly 1600 mhz which is where mine is rated to run.

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10-23-2019 09:24 AM
MayoTheGreat Those high results are because of dial x5670s. Some server motherboards allow dual Xeon processors. Those are the ones that can achieve those high results. Ignore them.

I have an x5670 with a p6x58d premium and have mine 24/7 stable at 4.2 GHz. 200x21. Odd multipliers seem to respond better than evens. Also by using a 200 blck you can get your ram to exactly 1600 mhz which is where mine is rated to run.

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10-22-2019 07:34 PM
99belle99
Quote: Originally Posted by Kana-Maru View Post
How is that 3700X treating you over the X5660? I recently built a Threadripper server for a client and it was beastly.
It's going good. I am very happy with an all AMD system.

Got this score with Timespy: https://www.3dmark.com/spy/8874373

This is my best score with Xeon: https://www.3dmark.com/spy/8535433 but that was with the patches for the security disabled. That's why the scores are higher than you can get without patches. My AMD system above would have all the latest patches done. I'm not sure if performance is affected with patches on my new system but the Xeon was hampered with them.
10-22-2019 04:33 PM
chessmyantidrug
Quote: Originally Posted by Vadlok View Post
That must be the X5675.
The X5670 skips from x22 to x24.
This might be what I was thinking. I now distinctly remember wishing I could do 200x23 instead of skipping from 22x to 24x. I ended up running 200x21 for 24/7. It's been a while since I tinkered with my X5670 overclock (three or four years) so I was trying my best to go off memory.
10-22-2019 02:30 PM
Kana-Maru
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.
How is that 3700X treating you over the X5660? I recently built a Threadripper server for a client and it was beastly.
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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