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About Cheddle

  • Title
    VR nut

Profile Information

  • Location
    Hobart, Tasmania
  • Gender
  • Interests
    frames and VR
  • Occupation
    IT Infrastructure Team Leader


  • CPU
    i5-7640x @ 5.4ghz
  • Motherboard
    AsRock X299 Taichi
  • RAM
    32GB Ripjaw-V 3600mhz cl16
  • GPU
    GTX1080ti @ 2.1ghz
  • Case
    Thermaltake X9
  • Storage
    256gb 950 pro, 2x3tb hdd
  • PSU
    Enermax Platimax 1500w
  • Display(s)
    HTC Vive - Viewsonic XG2703-GS
  • Cooling
    D5, 480mm x 2 rads, EK blocks
  • Keyboard
  • Mouse
    Chaos Spectrum
  • Sound
    Logitech 5.1 THX
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. These processors sure are good at math... It looks like my sample clocks to around: 4.5ghz both CCDs at around 1.25v (1,18v after droop) (70.5c) 4.675ghz both CCD's at around 1.3v (1.224v after droop) (77.5c) 4.7ghz both CCD's at around 1.35v (1.26v after droop) (83.8c) max clocks and volts shown below (didnt check droop but assume similar to above) (90c~) These voltages might have been higher than required, I looked for score regression/app crash and then upped voltage. CCD1 on my chip hits a real wall at 4,675mhz and needs considerably more volts to clock high
  2. Superpos 1080p extreme CPU: 2700xGPU: 2080ti Gigabyte Gaming OC 2080ti w/ G12 + 360mm AIO - flashed to 380w Galax BIOSAverage FPS: 77.60Score: 10375
  3. Y'all that Nvidia package ARM x86-64 cores in the Nintendo Switches APU right???
  4. went to PAX Aus and watched the ozzie OC team pour some LN2 over a 7980xe - cracked 5,000cb :-D
  5. the asus x399 zenith extreme also has broken LLC
  6. Gotcha - nice! Did you go through any process and selecitng the 'best' four cores? or have you just configured the multi-core boost tables allowing any 4 of the 10 cores to boost as far as 5.2ghz? and are they all running the same voltage? its possible to further specify each individual cores highest clock and votlage offset - so much time required to tune that though. I havn't spent any time tuning boost tables or per core clocking/voltages
  7. ahhh so it is! I noticed you someone managed to get a 5.2ghz run through!!! hot dam! What AVX offsets did you use on that run? the score is epic!
  8. Interesting. On my Asrock X299 Taichi HWmonitor seems to report VTT as a 'combined' value - so it I run 700mv on each VTT setting in BIOS HWmonitor will report as 1.4v I notice yours looks very different...
  9. thanks! thoise will be VERY useful 0.9v VTT sounds quite high? how long have you ran that without issues? mines about 0.65v stock from memory