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The bench clearly dislikes Radeon hardware.

Tweaked Radeon 5700-XT below and closed some background apps for CPU.


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The bench clearly dislikes Radeon hardware.

Tweaked Radeon 5700-XT below and closed some background apps for CPU.


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Well not sure if dislikes Radeon or maybe Nvidia cards just doing better job in this type of image rendering.....Also not a bad result of your OC Ryzen 2600!
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you should be somewhere in there(page 6 CPU's)....better then some 8-core first gen Ryzen.......
 
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My old X58 system. I7 980X OC to 4.4 GHz all core and a GTX 1080 TI. GPU score might have been better with a better CPU. Not sure how the old CPU effect GPu scores.

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My old X58 system. I7 980X OC to 4.4 GHz all core and a GTX 1080 TI. GPU score might have been better with a better CPU. Not sure how the old CPU effect GPu scores.

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Nice.....OC 6c/12t on X58 is still competitive platform till these days especially when is paired with that powerful GTX 1080 TI!
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Your "old"mule should be somewhere on page 7 with that total score of 2.462 is in between those 7700k and still beating some ryzen 6 and 8 core CPU's......
 
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Nice.....OC 6c/12t on X58 is still competitive platform till these days especially when is paired with that powerful GTX 1080 TI!
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Your "old"mule should be somewhere on page 7 with that total score of 2.462 is in between those 7700k and still beating some ryzen 6 and 8 core CPU's......
For its age, X58 seems to still do a pretty good job compared. Not to shabby for a platform coming out over 11 years ago.
 
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For its age, X58 seems to still do a pretty good job compared. Not to shabby for a platform coming out over 11 years ago.
Ohh sure I know that last year I switched from the X58 to the X79 platform.....my 6c Xeon was OC on 4,2Ghz for every day use and it was working flawlessly!
 
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Ohh sure I know that last year I switched from the X58 to the X79 platform.....my 6c Xeon was OC on 4,2Ghz for every day use and it was working flawlessly!
Ah so you have moved to X79. You X58 traitor :p

But yes X58 has really been a stable system and really have not caused me much trouble over the years.
 
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Not too bad for an ageing 10 year old platform. CPU was dropped to 3.73Ghz and the RX 570 Nitro+ was on the silent BIOS.

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Not too bad for an ageing 10 year old platform. CPU was dropped to 3.73Ghz and the RX 570 Nitro+ was on the silent BIOS.

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Oh nice, another X58 system. If your motherboard supports overclock. Crank that xeon core clock up. It's basically a rebranded i7 980x. This xeon has unlocked multiplier as well, in case you ditten know. Look at my score of my X58 system to a comparison in post #7.
 
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Not too bad for an ageing 10 year old platform. CPU was dropped to 3.73Ghz and the RX 570 Nitro+ was on the silent BIOS.

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Yeah nice combo with the RX 570 that is exactly GPU that "fits"on that platform...all around price-performance KING!!!

Ah so you have moved to X79. You X58 traitor :p

But yes X58 has really been a stable system and really have not caused me much trouble over the years.
Well I really liked my X58 platform but I managed to find my"dream"X79 Motherboard(Sabertooth)+ this Xeon 2650 V2 that I OC(bclk)and it almost did not cost me nothing after I sold X58 Asus p6x58d premium mobo with @E5645 Xeon in it....so I could not resist + I could use my old DDR3 memory.....To be honest this 2650 V2(oc 3,4Ghz) is almost the same core per core ratio as X58 6core Xeon on 4,2Ghz just have 2 additional cores more but IPC or single core performance is almost identical .....
 
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Yeah nice combo with the RX 570 that is exactly GPU that "fits"on that platform...all around price-performance KING!!!


Well I really liked my X58 platform but I managed to find my"dream"X79 Motherboard(Sabertooth)+ this Xeon 2650 V2 that I OC(bclk)and it almost did not cost me nothing after I sold X58 Asus p6x58d premium mobo with @E5645 Xeon in it....so I could not resist + I could use my old DDR3 memory.....To be honest this 2650 V2(oc 3,4Ghz) is almost the same core per core ratio as X58 6core Xeon on 4,2Ghz just have 2 additional cores more but IPC or single core performance is almost identical .....
Yeah I know how you feel. I have the upgrade itching as well and I whas planning a Ryzen 9 3950X based upgrade. But then covid-19 came and cost me my job, so an upgrade is set on hold for now and I have no idea when I will be upgrading. Not before I have a new job and that can properly take quite a time before a new job will be available again.

So I will be on X58 until I have a job or it dies of old age. If it dies I am thinking buying a used I7 8700K setup or something similar until I can go full on out on a upgrade again. When I have a job and we are in better times or at least more safe period again.
 
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Yeah I know how you feel. I have the upgrade itching as well and I whas planning a Ryzen 9 3950X based upgrade. But then covid-19 came and cost me my job, so an upgrade is set on hold for now and I have no idea when I will be upgrading. Not before I have a new job and that can properly take quite a time before a new job will be available again.

So I will be on X58 until I have a job or it dies of old age. If it dies I am thinking buying a used I7 8700K setup or something similar until I can go full on out on a upgrade again. When I have a job and we are in better times or at least more safe period again.
Nah...It will never die....that ASUS P6X58D Premium simply refuse to die.... you can't kill those 16+2 power Phases!!!
 
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Nah...It will never die....that ASUS P6X58D Premium simply refuse to die.... you can't kill those 16+2 power Phases!!!
I will give you right on that. I have abused the cpu with oc to 4.75 ghz and 1.55 volts several times for benchmark and It just refused to die. Motherboard like whise. It just keep booting every day. X58 has seriously been one heck of a solid platform or at least my setup has. I have abused is and let the cpu run very hot, but no dying. I have not even experienced any degrade from the cpu since I got it almost 3 1/2 years ago and previous owner had it high overlooking on it since new. This setup has been running overclock none stop since new, that means overclock for around 10 years, although the time I have had it, has properly been its hardest time as I have pushed it far more than previous owner.

But yeah X58 is one solid platform.
 
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I will give you right on that. I have abused the cpu with oc to 4.75 ghz and 1.55 volts several times for benchmark and It just refused to die. Motherboard like whise. It just keep booting every day. X58 has seriously been one heck of a solid platform or at least my setup has. I have abused is and let the cpu run very hot, but no dying. I have not even experienced any degrade from the cpu since I got it almost 3 1/2 years ago and previous owner had it high overlooking on it since new. This setup has been running overclock none stop since new, that means overclock for around 10 years, although the time I have had it, has properly been its hardest time as I have pushed it far more than previous owner.

But yeah X58 is one solid platform.
Sure no doubt X58 is great platform but not all of the boards are great as that Asus P6X58D...to be honest that is probably the BEST board I ever own when it comes to the VRM&Power phases...that is one AWESOME mobo.....
 
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Sure no doubt X58 is great platform but not all of the boards are great as that Asus P6X58D...to be honest that is probably the BEST board I ever own when it comes to the VRM&Power phases...that is one AWESOME mobo.....
I totally agree about motherboard. Although the asus rampage 2 extreme i had before with my I7 920. Whas no slug either and it whas pretty good looking as well. Loved that board.
 
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I totally agree about motherboard. Although the asus rampage 2 extreme i had before with my I7 920. Whas no slug either and it whas pretty good looking as well. Loved that board.
Ohh yeah that is also a great mobo tho' I never own one of those....If I am not mistaken it's also have 16 power phases.....but probably the "cream" of all X58 motherboards is EVGA Classified SR-2.....
 
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Ohh yeah that is also a great mobo tho' I never own one of those....If I am not mistaken it's also have 16 power phases.....but probably the "cream" of all X58 motherboards is EVGA Classified SR-2.....
Jep that board whas 16 phases as well. The top tier first gen X58 board from asus.

No stop, I don't have more clean pants. EVGA SR-2 is truly the x58 king of boards. Dual xeon with overclock capabilities. It can hardly getting any better than that.
 
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