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02-11-2020 07:04 PM
ThrashZone Hi,
Nice both you guys hitting 11c spread
Cranking it up to 45 doubt the temp changes that much.
02-11-2020 06:17 PM
Jpmboy
Quote: Originally Posted by HiLuckyB View Post
Your system is more efficient than mine. 4.9GHz, 32 cache, 4000MHz 16,17,16,32 ram, And i'm only hitting 120.351FPS
I don't think so... you must be running an AVX offset, right? Also, this bench is sensitive to VCCIN.
Quote: Originally Posted by MrTOOSHORT View Post
Here is mine at 4.4GHz, first time running this bench:
Same with my 7980XE, in this type of bench/compute it does better clock for clock. Maybe there's something doing with the 10980XE. I wonder if the "fix" to prefetch?
02-11-2020 06:04 PM
MrTOOSHORT
Quote: Originally Posted by ThrashZone View Post
Hi,
How are your temp spread doing MrTOOSHORT ?
Jp's looking good
Here it is:
02-11-2020 05:58 PM
ThrashZone
Quote: Originally Posted by Jpmboy View Post
Post up the 1080P or 4k score...
good cache on that sample.
here's a quick 1080P. No OS restart. The Effective clock is below 4500 during the run.
49 AVX-4, VCCIN 1.7. Manual vcore 1.27. Temps shown.
Quote: Originally Posted by MrTOOSHORT View Post
Here is mine at 4.4GHz, first time running this bench:
Hi,
How are your temp spread doing MrTOOSHORT ?
Jp's looking good
02-11-2020 05:33 PM
MrTOOSHORT
Quote: Originally Posted by HiLuckyB View Post
Your system is more efficient than mine. 4.9GHz, 32 cache, 4000MHz 16,17,16,32 ram, And i'm only hitting 120.351FPS
Here is mine at 4.4GHz, first time running this bench:
02-11-2020 05:23 PM
HiLuckyB
Quote: Originally Posted by Jpmboy View Post
Post up the 1080P or 4k score...
good cache on that sample.
here's a quick 1080P. No OS restart. The Effective clock is below 4500 during the run.
49 AVX-4, VCCIN 1.7. Manual vcore 1.27. Temps shown.
Your system is more efficient than mine. 4.9GHz, 32 cache, 4000MHz 16,17,16,32 ram, And i'm only hitting 120.351FPS
02-10-2020 10:59 AM
keeph8n Agreed. Mine requires 1.250V for 35 Cache in 3D and 1.3V in 2D benches
02-10-2020 10:50 AM
Jpmboy
Quote: Originally Posted by HiLuckyB View Post
Mine runs that benchmark 4.9GHz 1.223v, 4.5GHz avx offset with 32 cache 1.095v no problem. 1080p and up to 4x overkill, Also ran 4k and 4k 2x overkill no problems. As soon as I try to use 33 cache the system gets really unhappy.
Post up the 1080P or 4k score...
good cache on that sample.
here's a quick 1080P. No OS restart. The Effective clock is below 4500 during the run.
49 AVX-4, VCCIN 1.7. Manual vcore 1.27. Temps shown.
02-10-2020 09:21 AM
HiLuckyB
Quote: Originally Posted by Jpmboy View Post
well, if you are interested, I found one that will show unstable cache pretty quickly if you want to try:
http://hw-museum.cz/data/hwbot/HWBOT...u-z_1.89.1.zip

The 1080P module can trip up this 10980XE at 32GHz cache even at 1.19V. 30 at 1.15 holds up (I run 1.185 for 30 since Boinc can't last a day unless I do. May have something to do with Oracle VB)
Mine runs that benchmark 4.9GHz 1.223v, 4.5GHz avx offset with 32 cache 1.095v no problem. 1080p and up to 4x overkill, Also ran 4k and 4k 2x overkill no problems. As soon as I try to use 33 cache the system gets really unhappy.
02-09-2020 06:50 PM
Jpmboy
Quote: Originally Posted by HiLuckyB View Post
I've tried most of the programs out there people like to use for stress test. What have you found that really stresses cache? Blender, And realbench run no problem. This 10980XE on the EVGA X299 Dark has been super straight forward. 1.8v VCCIN, 1.1v VCCIO, 32 cache 1.1v Then I just have to find the vcore for the giving clock. I'm running 4.9GHz manual vcore of 1.223v. My main problem is temperature, Need to pick up a optimus block.
well, if you are interested, I found one that will show unstable cache pretty quickly if you want to try:
http://hw-museum.cz/data/hwbot/HWBOT...u-z_1.89.1.zip

The 1080P module can trip up this 10980XE at 32GHz cache even at 1.19V. 30 at 1.15 holds up (I run 1.185 for 30 since Boinc can't last a day unless I do. May have something to do with Oracle VB)
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