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I binned on air at 4,5 GHz Core and 4,5 GHz Cache. With R5E

 

Cinebench R15

1,25 vCore and lower: decent

1,20 vCore and lower: pretty good

1,15 vCore and lower: golden

 

my 1.15V CB chip. only got to 5.4 GHz under LN2. this was on x99s Xpower board.. thinking it's the motherboard.. sincs all abve 1.5V would give BSoD's under load, even on low clocks

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My chip does the same if it crashed before. The behavior on some Haswell-E CPUs is very strange. I have to cool down close to the CB, then clock up and bench. If it crashes I have to go back to +20°C. Otherwise I lose about 500 MHz.

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I haven't noticed that effect on any motherboard. Only bug was that on boards other than RVE multi will sometimes get stuck on 35 and I have to warm up to coldboot temps to get ti back to turbo.

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Test on cold are really not max out I think, really hard to push those cpu :(

 

 

5960X***********************

 

3413B921 ES

Vid 0.928

wprime 4.5G @1.25v et CB @1.28v

5.5Ghz wprime 1.65w

 

L429B862

boot 4.5 @1.36 wprime 1.34

 

L418c675

wprime/cinebench 11.5 4.5G @1.22v and 4.7@1.35

5.5Ghz wprime 1.65w

 

 

5930K***********************

 

3415b238 A0051

Vid 1.07

1.3 @4.5g no boot

Wprime @5G 1.32v

 

 

3415b238 A0412

Vid 1.04

1.3G 4.5G boot et Wprime ok

1.24 wprime ok

Edited by Wizerty

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My chip does the same if it crashed before. The behavior on some Haswell-E CPUs is very strange. I have to cool down close to the CB, then clock up and bench. If it crashes I have to go back to +20°C. Otherwise I lose about 500 MHz.
Experienced same behavior on 5960X today, benching 5700+MHz was easy within first 10min of session but after a couple of crashes could not even run 5500 no matter what.

 

Is pulling the pot to +20 and back to near-CB sufficient or you have to remount the whole setup?

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Experienced same behavior on 5960X today, benching 5700+MHz was easy within first 10min of session but after a couple of crashes could not even run 5500 no matter what.

 

Is pulling the pot to +20 and back to near-CB sufficient or you have to remount the whole setup?

 

No remount needed. Just heating up quickly to +20 and straight back to -130 and it works.

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5960x SR20Q 3424B585 doesn't boot at 4.5Ghz, i went till 1,31vcore i wont try any further doesn't make sense to hot otherwise.

4,250 is "easy" at 1,235vcore.

Can boot at 4375 cpu cache 1,32vcache though.

 

I am using a goodwsatercooling

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5960X 3424B585 4.5 GHz at 1.27v, boot in win at 5 GHz with 1.55v cooling corsair H110

Edited by Rosty

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i just got my memory today, first time running x99 setup, default was bad, i have to rise the mem ratio, on default i hit max cpu ratio at 42, same as you

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my chip is batch code : 3419c190.

4.5Ghz 1.19 ~ 1.2v with air cooling.

it can run the cinebench-mark.

I didn't test it by ln2.

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