1366 x58 Xeon Enthusiast overclocks club

Discussion in 'Intel Processors' started by primetime, May 30, 2014.

  1. primetime

    primetime [H]ardness Supreme

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    That and all the info thus far is that it effects data centers the most and barely anything for desktop usage
     
  2. Jacob Xeon

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    Help guys.. I just put a x5675 in my x58 evga classified mobo and it’s showing ff and not showing any video out. I have re seated the cpu and tried everything...
     
  3. kirbyrj

    kirbyrj Why oh why didn't I take the BLUE pill?

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    Does the bios support that chip? Didn't evga have a 2nd revision to their x58 boards because the first Rev didn't support 32nm?
     
  4. Jacob Xeon

    Jacob Xeon n00bie

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    I have the 760-a1 does that not work with zeon?
     
  5. primetime

    primetime [H]ardness Supreme

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    Depends on the revision....seems like EVGA was modding people's boards that was sold with older version.
     
  6. Jacob Xeon

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    I have a 760 a1 rev 1.0 :( I can’t find any of the mod tutorials because the kingpin site removed them. Anyone have the steps?
     
  7. Gasaraki_

    Gasaraki_ Gawd

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    I have been having this issue recently and I fixed it by taking out all the memory and putting them back in AND if this doesn't work try it again but switch the location of just a few sticks. I was able to get all my memory to show up in BIOS again.
     
  8. Bill1024

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    Feeling kind of sad, I sold my last x58 motherboard. Asus P6T Deluxe V2 w/E5645 and my EVGA Classified3 with a w3580 yesterday.
    I do have a couple Supermicro dual socket 1366 boards but they are not the same. I need the AVX and other modern instructions.
    So now I have, x79 and z97 and Z370. The i5-8600K hexcore no HT can do primegrid AVX work at 4.6ghz @ 1.260v <70c in 1/6th the time , and 4.7ghz,, non AVX 60c
    I am sure there is more in it taking my time going up.
     
  9. CyrIng

    CyrIng n00bie

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    With my venerable X58 setup I have programmed a processor monitoring software which shows Turbo Cores frequency , IPC, Pkg & C-States, Temps, SNB Voltages.... in RT. For example cpuid capabilities, Uncore, QPI, DDR cas & geometry...

    [​IMG]

    CoreFreq is open source into the GitHub http://github.com/cyring/CoreFreq

    A ready to play Live CD can be downloaded from Wiki http://github.com/cyring/CoreFreq/wiki/Live-CD

    I will appreciate any screenshot results of other X58 platforms to help my development progress

    CyrIng
     
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  10. primetime

    primetime [H]ardness Supreme

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    Anyone here had any issues with windows 10 and updates? I ran into issues with using the insider builds would always fail...So i figured lets just do the offical builds...And dang if windows update still has issues, but im sure its the one that was supposed to fix the spectre/meltdown stuff....Now i know why i havent wasted doing clean installs in years since it apparently doesn't really help lol
     

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  11. FlawleZ

    FlawleZ Limp Gawd

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    Very cool. I'm looking to get my Sabertooth X58 and X5675 setup up and going again this weekend. Will definitely give this a try.
     
  12. CyrIng

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    Great ! Can't wait too see your results.

    Btw, in GitHub or in Live CD, the corefreq_online_update command will fetch the last stressing functions. Go to the Tools sub menu.

    Enjoy
     
  13. kirbyrj

    kirbyrj Why oh why didn't I take the BLUE pill?

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    I just started having issues with the latest Windows Defender. It just won't install. Everything else seems to work ok though.
     
  14. primetime

    primetime [H]ardness Supreme

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    thanks.....shit i guess it sorted itself out at some point on my end.....shows fully updated now. InSpectre shows my setup as meltdown protected but spectre is still vulnerable. Just a random check with cinebench doesn't show any performance loss, so that parts good. Are we all still waiting for spectre fixes?
     

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    diceman2037 n00bie

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    just disable meltdown protection, our cpu's can't do it well, and its not even a real concern for end users.
     
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  16. Big_Rig_Stig

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    I wanna join the club... Imma gonna join the club soon, which means I needs infos. ;)

    First off, I've got a 2009-vintage Asus P6T Deluxe, with an i7-920 stabbed into it, and 6gb tri-channel. X58, of course. I just pulled the trigger on a 2tb ssd, and in that discussion thread it has been suggested I go with either a W3680 or an X5670. My little bit of research, and desire for fiscal cheapness, has me leaning towards the 5670; but I welcome any suggestions.

    Also, I understand that my mobo will need a BIOS upgrade: suggestions on what revision and where to get it?

    Thanks in advance...
     
  17. Bill1024

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    Just get the latest BIOS right from Asus website https://www.asus.com/us/Motherboards/P6T_Deluxe/HelpDesk_BIOS/

    I would go with the w3680, x5660 or x5675 myself
    The w series are unlocked multiplier and are not limited to the 10 memory multiplier.
    The x5660 will give you the 23 multiplier and 200 x 23 is 4.6. The average OC is 4.0-4.4ghz before needing a lot of voltage and generating a lot of heat.
    X5675 is the 25 x multiplier, I myself like odd multipliers, I have had issued with even multipliers, maybe it was just the boards that I had.
     
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  18. Big_Rig_Stig

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    Awesome, thanks.

    I've pulled the trigger on a 5670 for $42 thru Amazon, I think this'll do pretty well. It should clock well with the Hyper 212 cooler I've ordered, shouldn't it?

    Next post: the installation...
     
  19. Bill1024

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    You can do 4ghz on air and still have decent temps. I did it with the crappy OEM pipe cooler that came with the 980x CPUs.
     
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  20. Big_Rig_Stig

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    I snagged a Hyper 212 for just that job; and, when I'm done with it, it'll be a chilly cooler. :cool:
     
  21. Big_Rig_Stig

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    Oi, forgot to ask: what benchmarks would y'all recommend? I also got the 2TB Micron 1100 SSD from that thread, and it's going in first this weekend, and I'd like to get before & after readings; then rinse/repeat with the processor.
     
  22. Brackle

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    Depends what you want to see for benchmarks. Cinebench, wprime, Blender, Hyper PI. You will be shocked at the performance. @ 4.4-4.6ghz they really do start to shine. I don't even worry about voltage since the CPU's are dirt cheap.
     
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  23. kirbyrj

    kirbyrj Why oh why didn't I take the BLUE pill?

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    I use that cooler on my X5660 and it works fine at 4.2Ghz with zero issues.
     
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  24. Big_Rig_Stig

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    I want to bench the disk setups, WD Black vs. Micron SSD--I know, the ssd will whip up on the WD, but it'll be a fun thing to see.

    Next will be the CPUs, stock 920 vs stock 5670 vs oc'd 5670. Since I'm not doing the vidcard yet, that bench won't be necessary.

    I guess the only other worry will be the RAM, it's almost 10 years old, and I can't remember what kind it is.
     
  25. RC-Heli-3D

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    Anyone with I/O shield for Sabertooth X58? Intel 1366 socket? I still have mine working like a charm!
     
  26. Wyodiver

    Wyodiver [H]ard|Gawd

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    Hi all. I have three Dell T3500 X58 boards with bent pins. If you want them, they are yours.