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Depending on voltage and the cooler you use?
yes of course. stock voltages. about the cooler I will try several types so to see which one could perform better..... that's why i'm asking for some temps....I know that there a lot of variables (cooling system, case, etc..) but an average value should be enough
 
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I don't really believe there's ever a real average value as there's just so many variables. With my two X5650's I have, I don't see load temps over 40C across all 24 threads.. But that's with custom water but even then, it's still not anything special to be honest :) Xeon's I've had are always cooler running CPUs and they are brilliant CPUs because of this :) X58 models I've had mostly. I've a couple X79's but nothing serious just yet :)
 
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Still pushing on a bit with my rig highest CPU mhz stable ever with decent memory clocks and almost highest FSB @ 138.03! I had 138.5 QPI/FSB stable but with lower multiplier/mhz. Just required some fiddling with VCCSA/VTT voltages and realizing I could back off significantly on those and keep things stable and helped me push clock higher while keeping it from throttling and/or just failing and throwing errors in LInx, which is what it did most of the time I tried settings like this before.

Thanks Lex! I almost said this ones for you and your preferred 4.2 ghz route with low voltage lol. Yeah OK 24/7 this is serious stuff, but I have to admit I'm very impressed this thing got to 138 QPI and stayed stable from 125 mhz base. That's bigtime stuff for X79 platform where all the busses are tied together making it very hard to get far. The RIVE was great board, but I can honestly say the RIVE black is the best of the best, it really gets every last inch out of your components.
 

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Hello. I use Asus Sabertooth X58 (s1366) board and G. Skill ares F3-1600C9D-8GAO ddr3-1600 RAM 4 DIMMs of 4GB each. I decided to upgrade the processor from i7-930 to x5680, but the problem is, I turn on the computer, it resets the BIOS to standard values, set all the cars by default. I select the XMP profile for the RAM so that it works not in 1333 but in 1600 supported by the MB, but after rebooting it flashes CPU_LED without beeps. Reboot - resets the BIOS to standard values, displays DDR3-1333. What could be the reason, or how can I properly configure the BIOS for this processor and this RAM? On i7-930 with official support 1066 - the RAM worked in 1600 perfectly, after selecting XMP.
btw, in boost i have only 3465mhz, but in specs on intel site - boost frequency 3.6ghz.
Modded bios i dont found, but people in web writes that x5690 perfectly works with sabertooth x58 with ddr3-2000....
 

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yesterday I did the first attempt with a "regular" cooler...a cooler master hyper h412r....it could be fit with the mounting kit for 2011, and the screws fit correctly into the backplate but...the holes in the backplate are too low; it would be necessary some spacers (for example something like motherboard standoffs) to rise up....by the way I send back to Amazon and I did a new order for two arctic freezer 33, that should fit well according to this:

https://www.reddit.com/r/JDM_WAAAT/comments/71getc
 
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I've seen that coolers, but I'm looking for a way to install a "regular" 1366 cooler on it...for examples I've read that I can install aio systems like Corsair h60...and I hope to find a way to install some kind of tower cooler
Can confirm the Raijintek Themis works. I'm using two of them on a pair of X5670s in this exact motherboard. Stock backplate as well. I can post of some pictures later when I get home

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Can confirm the Raijintek Themis works. I'm using two of them on a pair of X5670s in this exact motherboard. Stock backplate as well. I can post of some pictures later when I get home

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Thanks man. just two questions: which case is that? is the motherboard ok with all the weighs added from the coolers? i'm a little bit afraid about that….
 
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Case is a Phanteks P400S but I think the P350X will work as well. Case is pretty good but front airflow is pretty bad. It doesn't have the mounting standoffs for a mobo of this size so you'll have to make your own. You'll also lose usage of the front HDD mounting points. But then again it was one of the cheapest cases I could find that the board even fit in lol

I.e. these things
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Dam I'm drooling over that 1680... will they ever come down in price? My poor old 1660 at my now 24/7 4.8ghz:
https://valid.x86.fr/6wdnbq
 
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Dam I'm drooling over that 1680... will they ever come down in price? My poor old 1660 at my now 24/7 4.8ghz:
https://valid.x86.fr/6wdnbq
Same as you are in other thread I started with my adventures with it and my ancient X79 platform lol. 1660 is a great little chip, you use way less voltage to get 100 mhz more than I got so look at it that way. However yeah it's cool 2 extra cores etc and basically best chip you can get for our platform.
 
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Pretty bummed out. I scored an Intel D5400XS (aka Skulltrail) off ebay from a good seller. But I can't get the board to post, it's stuck on post code 02 on the LED. I've looked through the manual and can't find anything on this code. Does anyone happen to have any experience with this board? I may just end up sending it back to the seller.
 
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Pretty bummed out. I scored an Intel D5400XS (aka Skulltrail) off ebay from a good seller. But I can't get the board to post, it's stuck on post code 02 on the LED. I've looked through the manual and can't find anything on this code. Does anyone happen to have any experience with this board? I may just end up sending it back to the seller.
You're using Xeons presumably?
 
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Anyone ever have issues with hwinfo. Ran it on my xeon system other day got a reboot and some click sound(all ssd system) and windows 8.1 would blue screen everytime.

I never really use that program but wanted to check it out.

Not really bothered, but very weird.
 
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Looks like the error code "02" is a debug code. Have you tried booting with just one of the CPU's installed?

That is according to the PDF found on Intel's site;
https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/articles/000021925/boards-and-kits/desktop-boards.html?productId=50321&localeCode=us_en
Yeah that's the same manual I found too. I've tried both CPUs in socket 0 and moving the ram sticks around too. Also tried multiple GPUs but no luck. Only thing I haven't tried is PSU but I know it's good.

I wish it'd be more specific than just "Debug" lol at least give me a starting point.
 
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Are you sure there is enough wattage provided to the board?


Agreed, it is very vague.
It's a Seasonic 850W M12II and the same one I was using to power my dual socket X5670s so it should be enough. After about 4 hours of troubleshooting I think I've had my fill of it
 
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Okay I'm hunting one of these out.... there are oem 1681 v2 chips that are 10 core and v3 chips that are 12 core. F me... I want one or the other. I see whole boxes with them, but no single cpus.
Go!
 
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Okay I'm hunting one of these out.... there are oem 1681 v2 chips that are 10 core and v3 chips that are 12 core. F me... I want one or the other. I see whole boxes with them, but no single cpus.
Go!
There is no e5-1681 v2. on X79, nothing better than E5-1680 v2.
 
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