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Anyone ever Overclock 2011V3 Locked Xeons?


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As of late I have been working on overclocking my Xeon 2630L V3.

Specs8/16 8 core 16 threads1.8Ghz 2.9Ghz turbo (my ass:P)55 watt TDP20MB L3 Cache

When ran at stock it boots up at 1.19GHz and Turbos to 2Ghz

I can modify the Multiplier up to 29 but cannot touch the Ring Multiplier above 18.With the above settings it boots into windows at 2Ghz and turbos to 2.4GhzIf I touch the ring multiplier the system instantly locks at 1.19Ghz in windows no turbo no fun haha.If I change it back to 18 then I can keep moving the Core Multiplier up and the FSB up to 106 without issues.

With lots of modding the fastest I have hit is 2.95Ghz but want to hit at least 3Ghz

Problem is I am new to overclocking Xeons and X99 but wanted to know if I'm missing something as their might be a secret to this thing.

Thank you

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@yzfraven:

Well as it stands John you have a WR on your Xeon chip as no one has submitted one on HWBOT. So as it is 2.95GHz is a record.. :)

Thanks but the problem is that is my turbo oc, not base. It does stay at that speed for full benchmarks but I want to hit that speed with the turbo off just cannot figure out how.

Fixed over dynamic oc gets my terrible results :(

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