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    Cool W3570 @4997Mhz + Asus P6T6 WS Revolution

    New cpu arrived - Xeon W3570 3847A696 with unlocked cpu multiplier





    First 5hrs with cpu. Quickie tests done and I must say these W3570 3847A696 are overclocking beasts! To be able to get screenshots and validation @4911-4966Mhz HT enabled with 1.45v bios (1.440v idle) vcore is crazy!

    Temp and vcore at 4ghz (1.184v) wise, it's pretty similar to my W3520 3845A935. It's definitely cooler than my hotter W3540 3845B010 but not as cool as my i7 920 3845B260 (coolest cpu I've got).

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    Room ambient = 29.0C to 30.8C

    Unlocked cpu multiplier is alot of fun

    Max Validation @4966Mhz at 1.440v






    Screenshot @4911Mhz at 1.440v




    Prime95 @4000hz at 1.184v




    Prime95 @4227hz at 1.24v




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    Next day benching, trying to see how I could go for Super Pi 1M so bumped vcore from 1.45v (1.44v) to 1.4875V (1.472V) and 1.50v (1.488v). With HT still enabled managed to pull of Super Pi 1M @4911Mhz at 1.472v and cpuz validation was @5011Mhz at 1.488v but it was corrupt so next saved validation was @4997Mhz at 1.488v

    Room ambients = ~31.4C

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    Realtemp 3.42 reported around 43-47C idle temps didn't bother looking at load

    Max Validation @4997Mhz at 1.488v






    Max Super Pi 1M @4911Mhz at 1.472v






    Loving this W3570 3847A696 cpu even more, first time I've benched 32M Pi above 4.8Ghz with HT enabled - 4803Mhz with only 1.464v vcore ! Ignore the slow 32M Pi time as was using loose mem timings and low mem frequency just to see if cpu is capable of HT enabled 4.8ghz 32M Pi. Really should be down in 7min 20s range for 4.8ghz

    Funny look at difference between 4th and 1st core temps 45C idle vs 38C idle.



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    lol damn thats pretty hardcore.. really good chip and surprisingly good temps considering its just water cooling that your using
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    Wow Those results are awesome eva! ...and I thought I was rockin' with my W3520 at 4.2GHz and 1.28v. I'm sold!

    eva is there any chance you tested to see how far you could go at 1.3v core? I'm using the MO-RA 2 Pro and a HK 3.0 waterblock and the combo works pretty well together. I'm looking for some 24/7 clocks using a "moderate" v core?

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    Nice cpu Eva2000, sure wish I had unlocked multipliers on my Xeon's.

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    thats a crazy nice cpu, waiting for some records there
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    Good job with collecting all good batches, out there.

    This last one is almost as good as my hot babe (at least based on the 4GHZ) .

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    I have always been wondering where those week 46 and 47 batches ended up, until now.

    The batch# (3847..) ended up in this new high-end CPU. Some other guy got a new w3565, with batch#: 3846 too.

    It seams Intel has stored away week 46 and 47 to be used on hight end chips later. Finally some revaluations on Intel's batch-business is emerging .

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    man it takes my 920 dice and 1.48v for 4.9 lol

    nice eva and i hope you take dinos up on his offer i'd really like to see some sub zero
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    looks like you finally hit the jackpot grate job man.

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    Wow, air cooling, 4966MHz ...?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Solarfall View Post
    lol damn thats pretty hardcore.. really good chip and surprisingly good temps considering its just water cooling that your using
    Yeah this W3570 is like nothing I've seen before 1m @4911mhz at 1.472v HT enabled!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by ShoNuff View Post
    Wow Those results are awesome eva! ...and I thought I was rockin' with my W3520 at 4.2GHz and 1.28v. I'm sold!

    eva is there any chance you tested to see how far you could go at 1.3v core? I'm using the MO-RA 2 Pro and a HK 3.0 waterblock and the combo works pretty well together. I'm looking for some 24/7 clocks using a "moderate" v core?
    thanks.. yeah will try other tests later, just want to play with the unlocked multi for a bit see how it pans out

    Quote Originally Posted by Sniper View Post
    Nice cpu Eva2000, sure wish I had unlocked multipliers on my Xeon's.
    Yeah being stuck below 21/23 for 920/w3540 is a pain.. unlocked multi will be very useful for my memory test/reviews

    Quote Originally Posted by aslanwas View Post
    thats a crazy nice cpu, waiting for some records there
    thanks

    Quote Originally Posted by Sam_oslo View Post
    Good job with collecting all good batches, out there.

    This last one is almost as good as my hot babe (at least based on the 4GHZ) .
    haha yeah 3845/3847 gem hunter

    Quote Originally Posted by loc.o View Post
    Now there's no way back anymore George, you need a tube buddy
    haha yeah this maybe the cpu that forces me to use such cooling for the first time. Would need to be schooled in the art of DI/LN2 though LOL :o

    Quote Originally Posted by Sam_oslo View Post
    I have always been wondering where those week 46 and 47 batches ended up, until now.

    The batch# (3847..) ended up in this new high-end CPU. Some other guy got a new w3565, with batch#: 3846 too.

    It seams Intel has stored away week 46 and 47 to be used on hight end chips later. Finally some revaluations on Intel's batch-business is emerging .
    You might be on to something my W3540 3845B010 and I've seen a few W3540 3846s too but also seen W3540 with 3851 batches. But W3570 have all been 3845/46/47/48s.

    Quote Originally Posted by cowie View Post
    man it takes my 920 dice and 1.48v for 4.9 lol

    nice eva and i hope you take dinos up on his offer i'd really like to see some sub zero
    I think I see 5.5-5.6ghz benchable W3570 class cpu ? Suxs that local temps here are near heatwave quality these past few days though 33-35C with some cities in 38-40C temps

    Quote Originally Posted by quattro_ View Post
    looks like you finally hit the jackpot grate job man.
    thanks

    Quote Originally Posted by namegt View Post
    Wow, air cooling, 4966MHz ...?
    on water not air, but still 4997Mhz at 1.488v now


    Trying to see how I could go for Super Pi 1M so bumped vcore from 1.45v (1.44v) to 1.4875V (1.472V) and 1.50v (1.488v). With HT still enabled managed to pull of Super Pi 1M @4911Mhz at 1.472v and cpuz validation was @5011Mhz at 1.488v but it was corrupt so next saved validation was @4997Mhz at 1.488v

    Room ambients = ~31.4C

    System:


    Realtemp 3.42 reported around 43-47C idle temps didn't bother looking at load

    Max Validation @4997Mhz at 1.488v






    Max Super Pi 1M @4911Mhz at 1.472v


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    Nice clock voltage 1.488v and 4997.7MHz
    5G will see soon.
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    Thanks...

    Loving this W3570 3847A696 cpu even more, first time I've benched 32M Pi above 4.8Ghz with HT enabled - 4803Mhz with only 1.464v vcore ! Ignore the slow 32M Pi time as was using loose mem timings and low mem frequency just to see if cpu is capable of HT enabled 4.8ghz 32M Pi. Really should be down in 7min 20s range for 4.8ghz

    Funny look at difference between 4th and 1st core temps 45C idle vs 38C idle.



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    Simply amazing CPU, I didn't see those max clocks coming based on the vcore it needs for 4GHz prime stable. Very nice, I guess this one was second hand also?

    Interesting observations/theory about batch vs CPU binning. There really was something special about week 45 - 49 and intel must have known that too.

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    Yeah surprised as well 4ghz 1.184v was no where a indicator of what this cpu has for head room with HT enabled!

    Bumped vcore up a tad for Super Pi 32M then pushed vcore up more for 3dmark05 @4803Mhz HT enabled at 1.528v. 3dmark06 cpu test would crash to desktop at 4803Mhz HT 1.528v so probably try more vcore later.

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    W3570 @4830Mhz HT 1.488v




    W3570 @4803Mhz HT 1.528v


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    Nice cpu, I have a W3520 myself, a 3848a352 and it runs 24/7 prime stable and everything 4.5GHz HT on at 'only' 1.30v where 1.20v is enough for 4.2GHz
    Too bad it's not unlocked...

    Any plans on getting a Gulftown in a while, eva?
    I'm still not sure, sounds good though 6 cores 12 threads
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    thanks Garret your W3520 sounds nice too for 4.5ghz HT 1.3V!

    No Gulftown right now cost too much US$1,200 and they apparently die pretty easy with too many volts heh.

    Messing with mem controller now.

    6-9-6-22 1T Timings

    Tighten the timings on 6GB Gskill Trident 16000C9 Elpida BBSE memory even more and tried to push the W3570 to it's limits for water cooling. Did the following



    Best 32M Pi time @4821Mhz 7m 27.016s beat my 4830Mhz time at 7m 27.157s



    Max Validation @2050Mhz 6-9-6-22 1T at 1.78v




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    eva2000 thats just sick!4920 ddr3-2050 cl6 wow!awesome cpu.
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    Thanks eva, yeah I'm pretty happy with it, cost me 200 euros so it wasn't that expensive anyway, very very happy with it
    Can't beat the feeling of gaming 24/7 with that cpu
    What would be your cpu's maximum 24/7 setting? 4.6GHz?
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    Quote Originally Posted by radaja View Post
    eva2000 thats just sick!4920 ddr3-2050 cl6 wow!awesome cpu.
    thanks mate, indeed sick

    Quote Originally Posted by Garrett View Post
    Thanks eva, yeah I'm pretty happy with it, cost me 200 euros so it wasn't that expensive anyway, very very happy with it
    Can't beat the feeling of gaming 24/7 with that cpu
    What would be your cpu's maximum 24/7 setting? 4.6GHz?
    Haven't really tested for 24/7 - this cpu is for benching!!! 4.2ghz 1.24v seems nice and easy
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    Max Xeon W3570 BCLK

    While max bclk isn't as important on unlocked cpu multiplier Xeon W3570, still need to find out what it can do in terms of max bclk and as expected you run into a board limit way before you run into cpu limit for bclk. Managed around 226-228bclk max so far at relatively low QPI/DRAM (CPU VTT).

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    3D Bench at 226bclk (225.8)







    Max Super Pi 32M @228bclk (227.7)




    CPUZ Validation @228.3bclk





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    Sweet OCing there, very nice work.
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    Thanks Donnie

    Time for old 8800GT SLI playtime for hwbot

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    512MB 8800GT SLI Hwbot Category


    W3570 @4614Mhz H20


    My attempts at 4614Mhz and higher









    For now only doing XP benchmarks first.

    W3570 @4767Mhz H20


    Couldn't pass 3dmark06 at >4.7ghz HT enabled due to hot ambients for water cooled cpu most likely 30.6C room temps idle cpu was 47-52C. But managed to pull off 3dmark05 and 3dmark2001.

    3dmark05 = 38,120 3rd place
    http://service.futuremark.com/compare?3dm05=5069064



    3dmark2001 = 90,605 19th place
    http://service.futuremark.com/compare?2k1=9544116

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