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  1. junip

    Core i7-3970X, GA-X79-UD5 Monster SSD Build, Geekbench Score: 20313

    Core i7-3970X Monster SSD Build, Geekbench Score: 20313 Use Unigine's benchmark called "Heaven." While running the benchmark you coul open HWmonitor which should be able to display GPU, shader and memory clocks.
  2. junip

    ksosx86 Build, X79 Extreme4 - Core i7-3930K 4.2 GHz - Dual NVIDIA Geforce GTX 470s. Revised for ML

    Hi & congratulations on a successful build. Is the cpus=1 kernel flag mandatory because of the motherboard you are using ? I also run an Intel x79 w/ i7-3930k and never had to specify in order to boot the installer, nor install kExts to achieve full core functionality. Thanks.
  3. junip

    [success] Junip's build : Core i7-3930k - GA-X79-UD5 - 16GB - GTX680

    Hi, First of all, the boot parameters are mandatory to every single boot. This means that even if you're specifying -v, -x and/or -f, you should always specify PCIRootUID=1 npci=0x3000 GraphicsEnabler=No. Although I will recommend using -x only as a last resort, even when booting the installer...
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    Core i7-3970X, GA-X79-UD5 Monster SSD Build, Geekbench Score: 20313

    Core i7-3970X Monster SSD Build, Geekbench Score: 20313 Hmmm that's interesting, your BIOS lacks the "Real-Time CPU Ratio Control In OS" option. I guess you wouldn't have any other option than to fix the frequency multiplier once and for all in the BIOS. Meaning your CPU will always run at x32...
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    Core i7-3970X, GA-X79-UD5 Monster SSD Build, Geekbench Score: 20313

    Core i7-3970X Monster SSD Build, Geekbench Score: 20313 It is (obviously) not normal the CPU frequency multiplier to be stuck at 12x. Could you report your BIOS settings ?
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    Why Gigabyte?

    I recently upgraded my GA-X79-UD5 from F12 to F13m using an USB thumbdrive from the BIOS itself. Gigabyte's OS-less BIOS upgrade feature is called "Q-Flash." You can access it from boot screen (F9) or from within the BIOS itself. Download the BIOS binary image file directly from Gigabyte's...
  7. junip

    Core i7-3970X, GA-X79-UD5 Monster SSD Build, Geekbench Score: 20313

    Core i7-3970X Monster SSD Build, Geekbench Score: 20313 Best advice I could give without more information about BIOS configuration is to install HWMonitor (bundled in the latest Multibeast release) and to configure it to display the CPU frequency and base multiplier. Check if it goes beyond...
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    Core i7-3970X, GA-X79-UD5 Monster SSD Build, Geekbench Score: 20313

    Core i7-3970X Monster SSD Build, Geekbench Score: 20313 @kaincirus : Do you mean GA-X79S-UP5 or GA-X79-UD5 ? Because my system is built upon X79-UD5 and a Core i7 3930k and achieves 20k in Geekbench 64bits (it's o/c at 4.2GHz.)
  9. junip

    [success] Junip's build : Core i7-3930k - GA-X79-UD5 - 16GB - GTX680

    @qwerty123 1. I'm actually using three harddrives : MacOS is installed on a 256GB Crucial M4 SSD. I have another 256GB SSD, an OCZ Vertex 4 that I bought about a month after the initial build and use for production tasks and virtual machines. Both are connected to the SATA III ports of the...
  10. junip

    [success] Junip's build : Core i7-3930k - GA-X79-UD5 - 16GB - GTX680

    Of course. Sorry for the delay. Power Supply : http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B004GH6UM0/ Cooler : http://www.amazon.fr/gp/product/B0051U7HMI/ The H80 has since been replaced by the new generation H80i. But if your case has lot of room, especially on the top side, I would rather recommend...
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    [success] Junip's build : Core i7-3930k - GA-X79-UD5 - 16GB - GTX680

    junip's Build: Core i7-3930k - GA-X79-UD5 - GTX680 Components Mac OS X version 10.8.2 Mountain Lion https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/os-x-mountain-lion/id537386512?ls=1&mt=12 Gigabyte GA-X79-UD5 [AMAZON-FR]http://www.amazon.fr/gp/product/B006678HJC/[/AMAZON-FR] Intel core i7 3930K 3.2Ghz...
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