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Mirkoskji

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About Mirkoskji

  • Title
    Newbie
  • Birthday 1990-02-08

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Turin, Italy
  • Interests
    Urban planning, computer enthusiast
  • Biography
    Always loosing time doing something which is not what I have to do
  • Occupation
    Currently student

System

  • CPU
    Xeon E5-1620 4320mhz, 1.13v, 110w TDP
  • Motherboard
    Rampage IV Black
  • RAM
    8Gb ripjawsx cl9 ddr3
  • GPU
    2x R9 280 (Sapphire dual-x and toxic)
  • Case
    Hand made wooden case
  • Storage
    SSD 840 250GB
  • PSU
    Coolermaster Ultimate 1100W
  • Display(s)
    Syncmaster F2380
  • Cooling
    Swiftech Apogee, XSPC 360
  • Keyboard
    Logitech G11
  • Mouse
    Trust GXT 152
  • Sound
    Integrated+ Denon AVR-2600
  • Operating System
    Windows 8.1
  1. Would like to share my experience, this has been working since November. If you really want you can fit a SFX psu, with some obvious modifications to the chassis. It's a Ryzen 5 2600 on a fat4l1ty b450 itx, 16gb gskill DDR4 3000, RTX 2080 and enermax 650w psu. A little bit junky but works flawlessly. Everything is under liquid metal thermal interface otherwise temps would be too high. They are 75 CPU, 75 GPU in gaming.
  2. Is in the title: rampage iv black edition. But now I know I can overclock past 43x, because I reached 46x with Intel xtU and Asus ai suite 3. However still, in my bios, I cannot get past 43x no matter what I try. I just want total control in bios, and don't know why if something can be done in windows it cannot be done in bios. The problem is in windows I don't have granular control over voltage settings, and I cannot set "per core overclock", which is basically the only thing that interested me as a feature
  3. Hello everyone. I'm about new to the forum. Recently I've Bought a Xeon e5 1660 v1 for my RIVBE, because I wanted to do overclock for cheap (about 120 euros) and have a decent workstation setup. After a long research over the internet I came to the conclusion that every xeon 16XX seems to have an unlocked multiplier (or I hope i've not stumbled over the sole 1660 with a locked one). My older cpu was a e5 1620 v1 for which I know that, as the i7 3820, it has a locked multiplier of 43x. Today I've installed My new cpu and discovered that, like the older one, i cannot get over x43. Simply my motherboard wont POST. I can choose a multiplier up to 57x (whereas for the 1620 I was limited to 44x) bu everything over 43x just don't post, even with 1,4 or 1,45v Why my RIVBE cannot overclock, via multiplier or straps, over 43x? Do I need to mod something maybe? Does anyone have the same problem on this board here? Have you heard of similar problems? Sorry if my english sounds a little baroque and thanks in advance for help Mirko
  4. How do CPU manfacturers "imprint" the specs of a CPU inside a CPU. How does a CPU of any kind know how to work inside its specification limits. How CPU specs are encoded in CPUs and maybe motherboards also? Of course this can cover PCs as well as mobile devices
  5. I was eager to see new utrabook or tablet hardware to come with ARM CPUs. latest Snapdragon chips are near old amd a6-4400m in terms of raw performcances. It is strange I have not seen anything, even among chromebooks, with this kind of hardware. I mean, now we have Android nougat which supports split-screen multitask, large touchscreens are common in high end notebooks and power to performance ratio is awesome. Is there a way to efficently convert programs which are natively x86 to the new ARM architecture?
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