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2020/11/15 19:02:27 (permalink)
I still have a lot of love for this board, since its industrial like, and great to have fun with when getting
cpu's pushed to their max, rather its for contest, or everyday use.
 
So for those who run there setups on a daily bases, for games, and mixed content use, what oc are folks using
with this board including with or without XMP, cuz for some reason, that seems to effect a strong 24 overclock.
I am running as an everyday with a  9800X: 4800mhz at 3 avx offset 32 mesh,1.85vin 1.27v cpu, 1.275v vccio,
1.25v  mesh. XMP: 4000, 1,45v, 
 
This seems stable for me, with more tunning, i might get more cpu speed, but what are folks getting with all voltages
and XMP?
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    mkimbro
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    Re: EVGA Overclocking Results 7.9.10 CPU"s 2020/11/15 21:43:15 (permalink)
    dmann304
     
    Just curious, what is your system setup?
     
    I'm using a EVGA FTW-K (Bios1.24) running a 10920X @ 4.8MHz, 3 AVX OffSet 32 Mesh, 2.00VIN CPU, 1.271V VCCIO 1.25.  I Have G.Skill F4-4000C15Q-32GTZR
    4000MHz 1.50v, But System will only let me run them at 3800MHZ......

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    Re: EVGA Overclocking Results 7.9.10 CPU"s 2020/11/16 00:27:29 (permalink)
    hello,
    My system setup:
    i9 9820x 
    Evga x299 micro 2
    2x8 gb tridentz 3000c14 (Bdie A0)
    2x8 gb tridentz 3466c16 (Bdie A0)
     
    My OC :
    Vin : 1.8v
    Mesh 32 Vmesh 1.15v
    Core 1 48 - Vcore 1 1.28v
    Core 2 48 - Vcore 1 1.28v
    Core 3 45 - Vcore 1 1.15v
    Core 4 45 - Vcore 1 1.15v
    Core 5 47 - Vcore 1 1.23v
    Core 6 48 - Vcore 1 1.28v
    Core 7 46 - Vcore 1 1.2v
    Core 8 47 - Vcore 1 1.23v
    Core 9 45 - Vcore 1 1.198v ( issus, cant put other value than 1.2v on this core...)
    Core 10 47 - Vcore 1 1.23v
    avx 3 + 3
     
    VCCIO : 1.2v
    Uncore : 1.35v
     
    Dram : 1.45v
    4000 16 17 16 38 2t
     
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    Re: EVGA Overclocking Results 7.9.10 CPU"s 2020/11/16 07:34:07 (permalink)
    Running X299 Dark, 9800, 32gb dominator PL, 2080Super FTW, 1000 RM corsair
    360 rad 150i corsair, 740 carbide. 8tb ssd's, 1 970 pro  m.2.
     
    Doesn't like a lot of folks on here, or around the overclocking world are getting more then 4800mhz, on a 
    good AIO. So there must be a wall , that all these chips hit, so what is it, and how we can tear it down to get
    24-7 use near 5ghz?
    post edited by dmann304 - 2020/11/16 08:01:51
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    Re: EVGA Overclocking Results 7.9.10 CPU"s 2020/11/17 20:52:06 (permalink)
    9800x with 32gb of RAM
    CPU has been running 5ghz for over a year.
    I use XMP for my DDR4 3600MHZ Ram but run it at 4000 MHZ.
    I run 0 for both AVX offsets.

    CPU VIN-1.9v
    Vcore-Adaptive-1.310
    Rest of the Voltages retaining to the CPU at auto.
    I have My RAM Voltage at 1.495
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    Re: EVGA Overclocking Results 7.9.10 CPU"s 2020/11/18 08:19:16 (permalink)
    Those are good settings, however, how did you keep stability? i seen folks ramp up the vin, seeing
    it might be that setting that gets you in windows, or crashes. 
     
    I also use XMP and have ram at 4000 with 1.45v. and whats avantage with Apadtive? vs overrite?
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    Re: EVGA Overclocking Results 7.9.10 CPU"s 2020/11/18 08:55:59 (permalink)
    I’ve been running these settings for over a year not a single issue.
    Adaptive let’s the CPU voltage to lower when there is little to no load.
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    Re: EVGA Overclocking Results 7.9.10 CPU"s 2020/11/18 09:45:38 (permalink)
    Is this on all cores? and Mesh?
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    Re: EVGA Overclocking Results 7.9.10 CPU"s 2020/11/18 10:45:16 (permalink)
    All cores mesh at 32.
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    Re: EVGA Overclocking Results 7.9.10 CPU"s 2020/11/18 10:54:13 (permalink)
    This is good stuff, so using adaptive could be whats makes it stable as it boots into windows. Or
    even running a higher vin. I use 32 mesh and 4000 for ram and cache, so thats a process of 
    eliminiation, so where it boils down to for 24-7, its between cpu vcore, and vin above 1.9v
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    Re: EVGA Overclocking Results 7.9.10 CPU"s 2020/11/18 12:59:40 (permalink)
    I am surprising there isn't alot more feedback here, seeing this is EVGA's flagship platform. X299
    being intel's HEDT, 
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    Re: EVGA Overclocking Results 7.9.10 CPU"s 2020/11/19 09:55:57 (permalink)
    Not really OC settings but tuned for best performance in everyday usage (much better than default settings offered) - web surfing, gaming and also video encoding. While idle it will downclock and takes voltage down. Gaming uses best 2 cores at first for 4,5GHz. Encoding makes all cores jump to 4.4GHz at full load.
     
    EVGA x299 micro 2
    i9-9960x 16-core CPU
    4x8GB F4-3600C19D-16GSXK G.Skill Sniper X running @ default XMP 3600MHz
     
    Default auto settings and only following changes:
    CPU Multiplier control - Manual - PerCore
    Default settings for multiplier: 2 best cores 45 for Turbo Boost 3.0 and other cores at their default of 44 
    Vcore adaptive - 1.225 V
    Mesh Ratio - 30
     
    CPU Configuration:
     
    EIST - enabled
    Turbo mode - enabled
    CPU C States - enabled (instead of auto - made difference!)
    Turbo Boost 2.0 Driver support - enabled
     
    Windows 10 using High Performance profile from control panel and also Turbo Boost 3.0 selected option "Affinize only to cores with diversity"
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    Re: EVGA Overclocking Results 7.9.10 CPU"s 2020/11/19 10:20:55 (permalink)
    Those are good stats, however their not extreme. I enjoy all core 4800mhz, but i notice, its rare to have all core
    4900mhz, or 5 on all cores unless your Kinpin or Debaur. I notice also people ar suing adaptive, not override.
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    Re: EVGA Overclocking Results 7.9.10 CPU"s 2020/11/20 03:53:07 (permalink)
    9800x at 5ghz avx 0 and 4000mhz memory, no problem with good cooling, Using 2x mora 3 420s can use 1 aswell with that oc. 
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    Re: EVGA Overclocking Results 7.9.10 CPU"s 2020/11/20 09:03:12 (permalink)
    I am seeing some using 5ghz, which is what i'm trying to get. But, besides the vcore,
    what vin? and VCCIO?, also the guy with the detailed specs: I like that setup but i like
    all cores at same speed, and also gives windows that snappy feeling when moving in and out
    of screens and menus.
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    Re: EVGA Overclocking Results 7.9.10 CPU"s 2020/11/20 10:18:35 (permalink)
    The reason also, i press so heavily on this platform is: really a lot of you tubers, like: Jay2cents, Buildzoid, to name
    a few are really using x299 over, even whats new and out now. So thats why i wanna really see what most arfe driving
    this setup too. 
     
     
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    Re: EVGA Overclocking Results 7.9.10 CPU"s 2020/11/20 11:16:40 (permalink)
    Just built mine, first X299, have cheapo Corsair RAM 64Gb @ 3200 XMP, doesn't like me tweaking with it, delidded i9 7900X 4.6Ghz all cores on a corsair 240mm AIO.
     
    Have all my watercooling equipment ready, just need to bend tubing,  360mm black ice nemesis, D5 pump, Optimus Signature Block, feel this may go 5.0Ghz.
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    Re: EVGA Overclocking Results 7.9.10 CPU"s 2020/11/20 12:17:16 (permalink)
    Nice, i enjoy closed loops like the 150i 360. So the verdict is, these
    chips can do 5 ghz, but how is the achievable for a 1 run use, vs 24
    hour use? 
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    Re: EVGA Overclocking Results 7.9.10 CPU"s 2020/11/20 12:46:57 (permalink)
    dmann304
    Nice, i enjoy closed loops like the 150i 360. So the verdict is, these
    chips can do 5 ghz, but how is the achievable for a 1 run use, vs 24
    hour use? 




    Well, I get about 65 c  gaming and stressing cpu about 80 c with a badly fitted AIO @ 4.6, AIO was designed for 115x chips so not quite big enough contact surface for 2066, the optimus signature has a good contact surface with a lot of coverage, so far better cooling, I'll update in future when I get open loop cooling set up, my daily has to run less than 70 c so 5.0 all core may be attainable.
     
    We'll see.
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    Re: EVGA Overclocking Results 7.9.10 CPU"s 2020/11/20 15:14:19 (permalink)
    Seems these things are hungry for cooling. Once they get enough of heat off the surface, 
    their golden. 
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    Re: EVGA Overclocking Results 7.9.10 CPU"s 2020/11/20 19:17:18 (permalink)
    My daily driver system is listed below in my tagline.  I chose the x299 Dark because it reliable and it allows me to try some different things out.
     
    I run my i7-9800X at 4.7gHz at 1.35v 24/7, with a 31 mesh and I have tuned my 3200 RAM's timing settings.  I don't usually have any heat issues.

    Intel i7 9800X 3.80Ghz (OC to 4.70 Ghz)
    32Gb Gskill Ripjaws (F4-3200C16D-16GVKB) In quad channel running at 3200MHz (XMP enabled)
    Corsair H150i Pro RGB AiO
    EVGA RTX 2070 Super FTW3 Ultra Gaming
    EVGA x299 Dark motherboard
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    Creative X-fi Titanium Soundcard
    2x Samsung 970 Evo NVMe
    1x Professional brand 1TB SSD (Microcenter brand)
    Corsair 850 HXi PS
     
     

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    Re: EVGA Overclocking Results 7.9.10 CPU"s 2020/11/21 09:45:05 (permalink)
    Signature shows specs:
     
    EVGA X299 FTW K
    Intel i7 7820X, not delidded @ 4.6 all core
     
    CPU VIN-1.838
    Vcore-Override-1.171
    Mesh 30
    Rest of the Voltages retaining to the CPU at auto.
    I have My RAM Voltage at 1.350
     

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    Re: EVGA Overclocking Results 7.9.10 CPU"s 2020/11/21 14:43:34 (permalink)
    Not bad at all. I notice your 4.7 with a 1.3+vcore. not needed for that frequency, maybe 1.25v would be good.
    What is your mem timings? and the beatles guy at 4.6, you have alot more in the tank with the cpu.
     
    anyone getting 4.9 on all cores? and what vcore and vin?
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    Re: EVGA Overclocking Results 7.9.10 CPU"s 2020/11/21 22:16:22 (permalink)
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      and the beatles guy at 4.6, you have alot more in the tank with the cpu.
     
    anyone getting 4.9 on all cores? and what vcore and vin?




    I can do 4.8 at 1.19v, but my temps hit 90+C on load.  Others have told me to delid...just not wanting to mess with that

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    Re: EVGA Overclocking Results 7.9.10 CPU"s 2020/11/22 04:30:59 (permalink)
    Your probably right, This platform is fun to play with, and lots of features, and good
    core counts on the CPU's, but 47 or 48 is probably as high as people want to go, due 
    to the heat they put out at load.
     
    I hear folks actually really tightening mem tmings to squeeze more out, but at 3600 or
     4000, what timings are you getting?
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    Re: EVGA Overclocking Results 7.9.10 CPU"s 2020/11/22 16:58:15 (permalink)
    Also from listening to Buildzoid, he claims with this board and the mesh of the Skylake X Design, 
    memory timings will not do much system performance.
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    Re: EVGA Overclocking Results 7.9.10 CPU"s 2020/11/23 11:16:42 (permalink)
    I am also interested in more detailed benchmarks with X299 platforma and also for gaming - so far still no MS Flight Simulator test with more than 10 core PC-s.
     
    My memory at 3600MHz runs at default timings, tried to OC or change some timings and instant result of no boot - need to clear cmos. Only default XMP will activate and is stable.
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    Re: EVGA Overclocking Results 7.9.10 CPU"s 2020/11/23 12:18:37 (permalink)
    Anyone with 10900X getting lower temps than 7/9 series processors, and what are they clocking like?
     

    X99 FTW-K
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    EVGA 2070 Super XC
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    Re: EVGA Overclocking Results 7.9.10 CPU"s 2020/11/23 15:13:42 (permalink)
    Same here. Seems a lot of outlets ditched this platform due to the love of 10900k, which is only
    mainstream, and dual channel. Only reason X299 is on the back burner is latency, which actrually
    can be remedied by certain tweaks, i been seeking here. Right now, i can beat a 9900k in almost
    all benchies, so who, and where are folks pushing this? like those on 10900X temps, or Flight Sim.
    over 10 cores which this platform only supports 12 14 16 18 cores.
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    Re: EVGA Overclocking Results 7.9.10 CPU"s 2020/11/23 20:16:36 (permalink)
    This is what I have so far, not sure if it's up to par.....? but it is so far.

    This is @ 4.8 on my X299 FTW-K (Bios 1.24) + 10920X
     
    My issue right now is that my voltage is 1.262 @ Override (This is all the time voltage) and seems to be stable.....
    But if I set @ Adaptive to 1.262v or 1.275v it jumps to 1.313v.... I'm nerves at this,  this may be to much voltage. Even though it comes down when processor is at idle. Any Ideas?

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