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Old April 17, 2011, 04:04 PM
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So both are at 1.25V? If so you should be able to go higher and get the same temps with the 2600k because of the reduced cores. Hitting over 4.5Ghz should be possible for true for apples to apples of optimal performance.

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Old April 18, 2011, 04:47 AM
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Both running Win7 home x64. Both using the latest windows client. Both systems running DDR3 @ 1600Mhz CL8 - the 980x has 6 gig, the 2600 has 8 gig (like it matters past 2 gig anyways) I wanted an apples to apples comparison.
Both are using CM V6GT coolers.. I run these boxes 24/7 folding, so I don't want to go crazy with the overclocks.
For the price difference between the 2 processors, I don't think you have to compare apples to apples, they are not in the same price range anyway. The better you can do in windows is with VMWare, 2600k can, 980x cannot (well yes it can but I will not be 100% cpu usage). I don't think there is any type of hype here about ppd numbers for 2600k...
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Old April 18, 2011, 04:52 AM
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I'm not certain what vcore the 980x is. I would guess the 1.25-1.3v range. Both cpus run at around 62c, which is what i'm comfortable running them at 24/7.

To hit 4.6Ghz on the 2600k requires 1.28-1.3v (guess, didn't tweak much), it didn't like staying stable 4.6Ghz@1.25v. It put the temps up to 68c or something and increases the power draw to past 225W (from 170W).

There is also a point where adding more Mhz doesn't nessesarily mean more PPD, it can actually go down in some cases. I haven't actually tested the difference from 4.5 to 4.7+ on the 2600k but i'm sure it would increase up until 5.0Ghz or something.

i'll be installing the linuxrouter VM on my desktop for increased PPD for sure. Just gotta find the time. :)
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Old April 18, 2011, 04:59 AM
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For the price difference between the 2 processors, I don't think you have to compare apples to apples, they are not in the same price range anyway. The better you can do in windows is with VMWare, 2600k can, 980x cannot (well yes it can but I will not be 100% cpu usage). I don't think there is any type of hype here about ppd numbers for 2600k...
Yeah, I agree that the 2600k is a "better bang for the buck" CPU choice in terms of pricing. It's also not like I went out and bought the 980x.. i've had two since last November. There isn't a lot of hype here on HWC, but there was a lot of bashing of the 980/990x when the 2600k came out, in form of reviews (once again, mostly other sites).

A lot of reviews had the 2600k at par, or beating the 980x at stock clocks and max overclocks. This isn't something I tested mind you, I tested "my real world 24/7 usage", which is more important than synthetic benchmarks on the bleeding edge of overclocking.

I'm actually thinking of buying another watercooling kit.. cooling them both, and clocking the bleeding snot out of them for something 'fun' to do..
DAMN YOU DAZMODE!!!! Making me look at your WEBSITE THE OTHER DAY!@#

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My 2600k @ 5.0 (1.42VCore) with VMWare does 60k ppd too; power consumption (per APS's app) is 273W at full load.
5.0 !

Jealous. As soon as I get my SNB back on water I'll see if I can clock that high.
Curious if you could post all of your voltages?
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I'll see to that tonight.
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Sorry if it took a while, but I waited for the WU to be completed, and perform some maintenance on the rig. Settings for 4.944GHz. P8P67, 2600k.

blck 103
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internal pll voltage enabled
epu saving mode disabled
ll calibration ultra-high
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vrm fixed mode 350
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duty control extreme
cpu current 130%
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theses are my TFP with my 2600k at 4.9 folding under Vmplayer.
I was hoping hitting 60k ppd with this OC and its look like not.

Project ID: 6901
Core: GRO-A5
Credit: 8955
Frames: 100


Name: I7_2600K 1
Path: 192.168.0.102fah
Number of Frames Observed: 20

Min. Time / Frame : 00:22:32 - 57 577,0 PPD
Avg. Time / Frame : 00:25:25 - 48 062,8 PPD
Cur. Time / Frame : 00:22:32 - 55 837,5 PPD
R3F. Time / Frame : 00:22:38 - 55 590,8 PPD
All Time / Frame : 00:22:49 - 55 144,1 PPD
Eff. Time / Frame : 00:29:19 - 42 917,7 PPD
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... my boy push the reset button. NNNNNNNNNNOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOo o.

PC reboot, start VM, NNNNNNNNNOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO calisse , 40% job done lost.....................
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Hourly backups. C'mon Alpine, are you new?
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