*Official* NBR Desktop Overclocker's Lounge [laptop owners welcome, too]

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  1. Mr. Fox

    Mr. Fox BGA Filth-Hating Elitist

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    The Hydro Copper is keeping the power delivery and vRAM super-cold with the chiller. So far I have beat all of my 3DMark 11, Sky Diver and Vantage scores with 3090. 3DMark 11 Test #1 pulls 1085W. I will switch to W10 later tonight or tomorrow and run some 3DMark Time Spy, Fire Strike, etc.

    CPU: 5.5GHz; Cache: 50x; RAM: 4600 CL19
    GPU Core: 2250; GPU Memory: 11502 (effective 23 GHz)

    3DMark 11 Performance: https://hwbot.org/submission/4743387_
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    3DMark 11 Extreme: https://hwbot.org/submission/4743388_
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    3DMark Sky Diver: https://hwbot.org/submission/4743389_
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    3DMark Vantage Performance: https://hwbot.org/submission/4743392_
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    3DMark Vantage Extreme: https://hwbot.org/submission/4743393_
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    https://www.3dmark.com/hall-of-fame-2/3dmark+vantage+3dmark+score+extreme+preset/version+1.1.2/1+gpu
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    Cinebench R20 with Biitchmate: https://hwbot.org/submission/4743402_
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    Cinebench R15 with Wenchbait: https://hwbot.org/submission/4743407_
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    Cinebench R11.5 with Stenchfate: https://hwbot.org/submission/4743409_
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    Chilly-Willy
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  2. Reciever

    Reciever D! For Dragon!

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    What is the general opinion of x299?

    I have an i7 9800X but its castrated in a Dell Precision 5820, unless I missed it, no workstation system has capability of overclocking so while temps are nice @ 4.1Ghz (max 8 core turbo) it really seems a waste in that system for what I plan to do with it (Mining).

    Is it worth attempting to slowly build a system around this? Or should I just leave it alone / possibly sell it off.
     
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    Mr. Fox BGA Filth-Hating Elitist

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    X299 is freaking awesome and that's totally wrong about overclocking. Now, overclocking with Dell mobo, BIOS and power supply will probably be like peeing into a headwind. You'd need to grab a much better PSU and either an X299 Dark or Rampage mobo to give that CPU proper support, but the platform itself is arguably the best option available, even today, for truly extreme overclocking. As a general rule, that is going to apply to anything sold by Dell/Alienware, as their stock parts are as worthless as tits on a boar if you want to do any serious overclocking. You'd probably kill the stock mobo and/or PSU, and might even catch them on fire (literally).

    My 7980XE CPU alone would easily yank over 1,000 watts of power from the wall during Cinebench runs. My 1600W PSU was just barely enough for the 7980XE and shunt modded 2080 Ti FTW3.

    The only reason I don't have this anymore is I had taken it as far as I could without dumping money and time into LN2 overclocking and I got bored with doing the same thing over and over, and over again, after reaching the edge of its functional capacity with chilled water. I downgraded to Z490 just so I could have something new and exciting to conquer.

    Intel Core i9 7980XE @ 5315.85 MHz - Dump [2ieizg] - Submitted by Mr. Fox - 2020-02-07 02:41:08
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  4. Robbo99999

    Robbo99999 Notebook Prophet

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    Very nice lighting, looks great, classy!
     
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  5. Mr. Fox

    Mr. Fox BGA Filth-Hating Elitist

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    Thank you, bro.
    Fire Strike: https://hwbot.org/submission/4744052_
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    Fire Strike Extreme: https://hwbot.org/submission/4744070_
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    Fire Strike Ultra: https://hwbot.org/submission/4744073_
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    Port Royal: https://hwbot.org/submission/4744060_
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    Time Spy: https://hwbot.org/submission/4744025_ (pulling constant 1000W and peaked at just over 1100W in test #2)
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    Time Spy Extreme: https://hwbot.org/submission/4744065_
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    Cinebench R23: https://hwbot.org/submission/4744057_
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    I dont mean x299 on its own generally speaking but for overclocking in the workstation that it came with. I can force the max core frequency in throttlestop but it wont go above that at all. Runs really cool though. The power supply is fine for my purposes, its 950w Gold. Cant overclock it at all to begin with, seems to be a BIOS imposed limit which is par for the course in workstations.

    Ill hold on to it for a while and see what comes of it, I dont have much space right now for more desktops plus I plan to disable most of the cores to reduce power consumption.

    In other news I got the 2x Red Devil cards into the 5820 case, the 7810 will probably require more creative solution but we will soon see how that goes. Waiting on my brother in law to get back in town so that I can modify my DA-2 ac adapters to pcie 8 pins. I dont have enough cables from the power supply to satisfy everything without overtaxing the cables. Should come out to be 280Mh/s for daily average.

     
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  7. Mr. Fox

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    Well, I was going to give it a whirl for a couple of hours before hitting the sack and was quickly greeted by an error message indicating that the losers that released it are morons. It checks the OS version and won't run on anything older than a 20H2 trash OS. So much for that idea. I instantly lost all respect for 4A Games and Deep Silver. It is disturbing that they are willing to kiss the posterior of the Redmond Reprobates in such a disgusting display of prostitution.
     
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  8. Talon

    Talon Notebook Virtuoso

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    Intel just launched Tiger Lake H45 chips.

    And unlike the garbage they have shipped since Haswell mobile, they are unlocking both memory and partial core overclocking on the non HK SKUs. Finally companies might be pulling their heads out of their asses, if only a bit.
     
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  9. Papusan

    Papusan Jokebook's Sucks! Dont waste your $$$ on Filthy

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    Intel Launches Eight Core Tiger Lake-H Processors: Higher Power Consumption, Lower Clocks tomshardware.com

    Intel also made some compromises on the memory front, too. First, the memory controllers no longer support LPDDR4X. Instead, they top out at DDR4-3200, and that's actually not the case for most of the 11th-Gen lineup, at least if you want the chip to run in the fastest configuration.

    The eight-core Tiger Lake die comes with the System Agent Geyersville just like the Rocket Lake desktop chips. That means the company has brought Gear 1 and Gear 2 memory modes to laptops. The optimal setting is called 'Gear 1' and it signifies that the memory controller and memory operate at the same frequency (1:1), thus providing the lowest latency and best performance in lightly-threaded work, like gaming. All of the Tiger Lake chips reach up to DDR4-2933 in this mode.

    Tiger Lake-H does officially support DDR4-3200, but only with the 'Gear 2' setting that allows the memory to operate at twice the frequency of the memory controller (2:1), resulting in higher data transfer rates. This can benefit some threaded workloads but also results in higher latency that can lead to reduced performance in some applications — particularly gaming. We have yet to see a situation where Gear 2 makes much sense for enthusiasts/gamers.


    Pushing peak power beyond 110W
    Yeah, the TGP mess from Nvidia is now adopted by Intel. Only God know what you'll get for your next Joke-book..

    I have to laugh at those who thought we would get cooler running processors in laptops once we get rid of the old 14nm+++++++, LOOL

    Dell gave up the unlocked Tiger lake HK for their coming high end gamingbooks as AW m15 6th gen.

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    My son was in my garage and found this mem kit hidden in there the last 2 decades. And its so long time since, so I can't remember I had them, HaHa
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    April 14, 2004

    OCZ Technology announces CL2.5 PC-4400 Limited Edition Gold EL DDR550 modules

    Californian OCZ Technology introduced tis new CL2.5 PC-4400 Limited Edition Gold EL DDR Unbuffered modules also available in 512MB (PN-OCZ550512ELDCGE-K) and 1GB (PN-OCZ5501024ELDCGE-K) kits for dual-channel kits.
     
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