- I tried the SATA port 3.0 (Marvell) for the SSD and got a little bit better results in read tests and and some even below at write speeds... I think it's maybe a little bugged the controller... It takes much more time to load to windows and sometimes it got some jitters when moving...
ChineseStunna I think the RAPID setting from Samsung Magician was doing all the caching. I disabled it and got more real scores. Now looks normal? It was done in this system yes (asus P6X58D Premium). It's also connected to the SATA 2.0 port. I also have a SATA 3.0 (marvell) but i don't know if...
ChineseStunna i've order an X5675 also! Just to take some comparison. But for now i'm liking very much my W3680!
UltraTaco Well the step for 4.2, form me, is to push the multiplier to X21 (instead of X20 which is now) and bump the core voltage a bit maybe to 1.336v and QPI to 1.25v. And...
Well, after a few more tests I end up with the following settings:
4.0 Ghz - 1.296v - Vcore ( Multi X20) using offset voltage (+ 0.2000v)
BLCK = 200
North bridge = 3200 Mhz
QPI/RAM (VTT) = 1.225v
PLL = 1.80 (stock)
IOH = 1.10 (stock)
RAM (12Gb+6Gb Ripjaws)- 1600 Mhz @1.60v (for now -...
Hi freeagentt thanks for you helpful insight!
- Regarding the Noctua D15 it's night and day from what I was used to! Now the temps are my least concern.
- I understand the higher BCLK get higher QPI and RAM speeds. That will leave me in doubt about this 2 options:
BCLK = 160 X25 Multi = 4.0...
I also have a question regarding the QPI/North speed. I'm using 3200Mhz as reference (and always used). Is ther eany benefict regarding SEEN performance upping this value? lets say 3400 or 3600? Keeping in mind that will probably be necessary to up the QTI/VTT voltage substantially for a minor...
New time poster - Old time user here! Hope you're all OK in these times :)
- I've been using X58 platform since 2010. Always used my i7-920 and now switched to XEON W3680 because 6 cores and price.
Motherboard: ASUS P6X58D - Premium
CPU: Xeon W3680 (133 X25)