You're right, I've got the turbo hack with -60mv on vcore and -50mv on cache along with all power saving features enabled.
Here's my new E5-2696V3. It seems to be stable at 3.35GHz across all cores and 3.85GHz when fewer cores are loaded. Oh and it runs at low...
Whoa nice, never really heard of the i7 995X ES! Out of curiosity, what voltage does it need for fully stable 4GHz/4.2GHz/4.4GHz overclocks?
Nice CPU you've got there, this must be one of the "Core i9" ES chips from exactly 6 years ago (2009) and which could have been had 3 months prior...
Oh my, can't you really go any higher than this? What motherboard are you using? Maybe your RAM or/and QPI speeds are too high?
I'm in, too. Thanks for a great giveaway!
Aww, the good old 2004 :rolleyes:
Well, it also depends on wheter or not benchmark results of a similar version of the CPU-Z are being taken into consideration, because the latest...
Nice, my Xeon does about the same, but at 4.2GHz. Can you push your CPU higher?
Looks like the new version of CPU-Z (1.74.0) brings around 25% of performance boost over the 1.73.0
Here's my X5670 comfortably coasting at 4.2GHz
Judging by the single thread score of 591 points of the OP's X6 1090 @ 4.0GHz, it looks...
If I were you, I'd get a Xeon. About a year ago I switched my D0 i7 920 to an X5670 and couldn't be happier. I have overclocked it to 4.2GHz...
Congrats to the lucky winners! :)
for the EU EVGA GTX 680 Superclocked. Currently "rocking" a 9 year old Quadro FX5500 card as a replacement for my dead GTX660Ti...
Thanks for the giveaway man. I've always been into racing games.
My home connection
However, actual download speed is much faster:
All this for 23.90 euros (around $26.5) a month, TV and...
Yes, your motherboard will handle the X5650 with ease, just make sure it has the latest BIOS. Have you considered the X5660 or X5670 as well?...
Thank you guys a lot!
Thanks for the giveaway! I'm in, too!
A fellow Westmere-based Xeon owner here! Here's my X5670 @ 4.3GHz. It's just 1 point shy of 1000, however, I wasn't pushing the CPU too hard. I...
Thank you very much guys! :)
I'm in here for the same reason as the last two posters above!
That's a great comparison you've compiled here! Looking forward to seeing the i7 860 @ 4GHz results, too.
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