Discussion in 'Intel x86 CPUs and chipsets' started by im late, Nov 16, 2015.
No. Read the article I posted.
I can't take anything Wccftech write seriously. They just post click bait articles.
It's not their article, they just reposted it.
read it a few mins after you posted the link
wccftech expects me to believe the article (even if they didnt write it, and just repost from another rumor site) whats written in the article, when there is no consistency at all.
mainstream is moving to socket R aka 2011v3 and sharing the same socket with HEDT, but in a later table, says it changing to socket P? lol
then there is a new socket for mainstream 1607pins and HEDT gets 2060 pin socket? all in the same article.
Most of their slides look a bad photoshops, esp the platform diagram. legit Intel slides are always 10x more professional then that.
then they claim that HEDT is getting max 13.75mb L3 cache? down from 15mb/20mb/25mb of the current line up? then in the table claim upto 60mb L3?.....
honestly the whole article is a mess, will wait until someone more reputable like aandtech post the specs up from intel themselves.
Ummm it's not one article. They lump all the relevant articles on one page. These are bits of news as they get them.
Stupid question, will my RVE and 5960X OFFICIALLY support DDR4 Memory kits at 3000Mhz?
Or is it limited to a maximum of 2133Mhz?
Asus site states it does (crucial) @ XMP............
There are RAM kits which have been QVL tested so they carry official support but you should be able to get other kits to do the same.
OJR, Thank you for the reply.
Actually received a set of Corsair 32Gb 3466MHz kit.
Nice kit. Set XMP, but it wants to set a CPU strap of 167............ system fails to boot. Code 97.
What's your cpu/cache voltages set to, when you increase the Strap you can't use adaptive voltage and it has to be set manually.
Try 3200mhz on 100 strap or 3333mhz on 125 strap
Thanks for the replies guys.
Nothing above 2133MHz boots.
System back to stock. Set 100 strap, 3000 mem does not boot.
Mate it will probably take some tinkering but it should do more than 2133, dont expect XMP speeds as they seem pretty high for your rig.(afaik)
There must be something wrong. I have had the same setup running at 3200Mhz with 100 bclk. Trident z 3200. One time i couldn't get over 2400Mhz but it was a faulty cpu.
Silly question but you do have the latest BIOS installed???
Dont think I have the latest bios. Will look now.
At 3000MHz get code bd
At 2800MHz get code 19
At 2666MHz boots at 3.0Ghz
With Haswell-E generally anything above 2666Mhz unusually increased the strap above 100Mhz, now if your voltages are Auto or Adaptive you need to set a manual voltage before leaving the BIOS.
Thank you all for your help and replies.
At the moment I have the system stable at 4.5Ghz with 3000Mhz memory at 125 strap and 1.350v for CPU.
Happy with that.
That seems decent, what did you change?
Downloaded the latest bios 3402 (I was on 3202), reset back to defaults.
Set a manual voltage for the CPU and Memory.
Set a back strap of 125.
Manually adjusted the multiplier to give me 4.5Ghz.
Set the memory to 3000MHz.
System booted fine. Ran some stress tests, seems ok.
Again thank you to everyone for your help and posts.
Has anyone tried the Gigabyte GA-X99M-Gaming 5 ? I dont have a good relationship with Gigabyte but its worth a try (with a 5820k or a 6800k)?