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2019/11/07 18:11:27 (permalink)
I posted in the Motherboard section but had no takers.
 
I am interested in seeing what Z390 Dark owners get for GFlops running Linpack; LinX 0.9.5 or Linpack Extreme 1.1.1 preferred.
 
Any clocks, voltages, or other settings you want, I would only request that you post a screenshot with HWiNfo (all sensors shown) and the Linpack Window.

Z390 DARK, 9900K, 2080 FTW3 ULTRA, GSKILL 4500, 960EVO M.2
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    Re: Linpack scores 2019/11/08 04:26:32 (permalink)
    This thread of yours from 3 weeks ago seemed to have a conversation:   https://forums.evga.com/FindPost/3000896
     
     
    Why is this anything different ?
     
     

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    Re: Linpack scores 2019/11/08 13:09:30 (permalink)
    Cool GTX
    This thread of yours from 3 weeks ago seemed to have a conversation:   https://forums.evga.com/FindPost/3000896
     
     
    Why is this anything different ?
     
     


     
    Different section of the forum, more specific to the topic. Some members may read this section and not the other.
     
    Might as well delete the other thread, no-one save you and I posted in it anyway.
    post edited by kelkel1 - 2019/11/08 13:13:40

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    Re: Linpack scores 2019/11/17 08:42:00 (permalink)
    1.330VCore Adaptive, -15mV offset, +25%VDroop, AVX0, XMP1 with tFAW16 and tRFC470.
     
    Some might notice the minimum temperatures; I had to pull outside air (4°-7°C) through the radiator in order to prevent thermal throttling.
     
     
    https://ibb.co/zQJ9ygG
    https://ibb.co/fxrQ7QH
    https://ibb.co/qMRm13X
    https://ibb.co/3S8hBqW
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    Z390 DARK, 9900K, 2080 FTW3 ULTRA, GSKILL 4500, 960EVO M.2
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    Re: Linpack scores 2019/11/17 23:10:29 (permalink)
    kelkel1
    1.330VCore Adaptive, -15mV offset, +25%VDroop, AVX0, XMP1 with tFAW16 and tRFC470.
     
    Some might notice the minimum temperatures; I had to pull outside air (4°-7°C) through the radiator in order to prevent thermal throttling.
     
     
    https://ibb.co/zQJ9ygG
    https://ibb.co/fxrQ7QH
    https://ibb.co/qMRm13X
    https://ibb.co/3S8hBqW


    BTW all of your tests showed unstable results, except the 5 ghz LinX test here
    https://ibb.co/qMRm13X
    This one was stable.
    So Vcore was not sufficient in the other tests.  All residuals MUST match during each run as it's a "fixed" math equation
     
    Linpack Ex would naturally be unstable since it draws even more power (higher Gflops) so you're probably borderline stable in LinX here.
    The other tests were unstable.
     
    The built in residual check in Linpack Extreme does not work correctly on newer Intel processors.  You have to override it with /residualcheck
    Then it will give you an error, although if the last residual doesn't match, it is not programmed properly to catch that error.
     
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