Link me its BIOS.Nobody uses a SuperMicro X10DAi? Or can someone please tell me what I have to edit or insert to Bios File to get the boost?
Here is modded BIOSThanks a lot. Yeah, i know thermal limitations.
Here is the actual Bios (i already add NVME boot, all other is untouched)
Flashing of BIOS is just a first step. LMK when you successfully flash it.Wow, that was truly fast. Will flash Bios tomorrow and report results. Any settings i have to do in Windows 10 (actual Version). As far as i read, Windows tries to load uCode at startup, is that correct? If yes, how can i avoid this?
hi, could you share bios file and some guide to do? I tried to do with Asus Z10PED16-WS + dual 2698v3 last year but no luck.I have successfully turbo boosted 2x Xeon E5 2686v3 on Asus Z10PED16-WS.
When only 10 cores are enabled on both CPUs, it runs x35 (3.67GHz) on all 20 Cores 40 Threads with non-AVX2 load. With AVX2 it drops to x32 (3.36GHz).
With all 36 cores and 72 threads, CPU runs at x35 (3.67GHz) on all cores with low-mid workload, heavy workload drops it to x30 (3.15GHz). With AVX2 x27 (2.83GHz).
Stock non-AVX2 load speed --> 2.3GHz for 36 cores
Stock AVX2 load speed --> 2.1 to 2.2GHz for 36 cores.
v4s are not alterable.Hi, anyone with Xeon E5 v4 can do some experiments and testing ?
I have got efi for xeon v4. Maybe we can unlock turbo on xeon v4 too.
I guess this time we will have to remove broadwell-e ucode from BIOS.
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