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    Quote Originally Posted by Int8bldr View Post
    yes I can also confirm that 7980 on R6E with lastest uCode: CPUID: 50654 (7980XE): 6A08 have TSX enabled and it's quite performant actually (yes TSX has been enabled on the last few uCodes for a while now but performance has also improved with every new uCode).
    For TSX, is TSX Suspend Load Address Tracking in Aida64 ?
    When I tested the latest microcode for CL-X, the performance was disastrous compared to old microcode

    And with old microcode, the TSX is disabled, and the performance is excellent
    Sorry for my english


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    Quote Originally Posted by tistou77 View Post
    For TSX, is TSX Suspend Load Address Tracking in Aida64 ?
    When I tested the latest microcode for CL-X, the performance was disastrous compared to old microcode

    And with old microcode, the TSX is disabled, and the performance is excellent
    7980XE have TSX enabled since many f/w release back now (e.g. uCode: 0068, 6901, 6A08). SQL performs well (I assume other DB systems that are using TSX also performs well but I have not tested that).

    10980XE have TSX disabled in the uCodes released this year (uCode: 2F00, 2F01, 3003), and yes SQL performance is, in my experience, disastrous compared to initial release BIOS! Don't remember right now but I think 002C was the last ok - have to check...

    And the story gets worse: the 10980XE performs worse with every new uCode (have not done formal comparison ucode/ucode for every combination I just know that every time I "upgrade" the R6EE/10980XE to the latest uCode, the performance goes down. Should probably do a formal comparison BIOS over BIOS since it's just not uCode that matters but also other BIOS modules (VROC, IRST etc).

    I think I've been patient but I am getting tired of this. Intel has had almost a year to get things right - A YEAR. By now things should be getting better not worse for Cascade Lake - X.
    Last edited by Int8bldr; 09-25-2020 at 03:31 PM.

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    Yes, for CL-X microcode, no improvement....

    The TSX is for SQL ?
    Why i don't see a difference

    Thanks
    Sorry for my english


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    Quote Originally Posted by tistou77 View Post
    Yes, for CL-X microcode, no improvement....

    The TSX is for SQL ?
    Why i don't see a difference

    Thanks
    TSX the family name for the transaction services machine instruction set that primarily comes into use with transactions that are heavily used by database access and database servers. it consists to HLE (Hardware Lock Elision) and RTM (Restricted Transactional Memory) instructions etc, etc...
    the objective of TSX is to get maximum # of simultaneous transaction through at 100% transaction integrity 100% of the time.
    You can also use TSX when every you are having a shared resource (a server) that are being simultaneously used by multiple clients. like the Client/Server model in computer science terms, e.g. transaction monitors would use TSX to improve performance.

    so yeah it's for SQL but more...

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    Ok thanks
    Sorry for my english


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    Quote Originally Posted by Int8bldr View Post
    and in case anyone is interested, here is the link to the modded 0702 for Rampage VI Extreme Encore (R6EE).

    https://mega.nz/file/6wg3maQK#l2vIII...Nsb4aPSQrQMzJo

    same as for the mod above this modded R6EE 0702 contains:

    CPUID: 50654 (7980XE) uCode: 6A08 (Latest: released: June 16, 2020 )
    CPUID: 50657 (10980XE) uCode: 3003 (Latest: released: June 18, 2020 )

    EFI IRST RAID for SATA: 17.8.3.4687
    OROM IRST RAID for SATA: 17.8.3.4687
    EFI IRSTe RAID for SATA: 7.5.0.1030
    EFI Intel VROC with VMD: 7.5.0.1030
    OROM Intel VROC for SATA: 7.0.0.2008
    EFI Intel Gigabit UNDI: 0.0.29
    OROM Intel Boot Agent CL: 0.1.16

    Please note that you need matching IRST and VROC drivers found here: https://www.win-raid.com/t2f23-Intel...QL-v-WHQL.html

    For VROC I use: Intel RSTe RAID Drivers & Software Set v7.0.0.2291 for Win8-10 x64
    For SATA I use: Intel RST AHCI/RAID/NVMe Drivers & Software Set v17.8.8.1072

    AND obviously, use at your own risk! It works for my R6EE with a 10980XE though.
    Hi Int8bldr,

    Much thanks for keeping us updated.
    Could you please do the same file for the Asus encore Bios 0702 but for the 10940x cpu?

    Thanks you so much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Desertum_0 View Post
    Hi Int8bldr,

    Much thanks for keeping us updated.
    Could you please do the same file for the Asus encore Bios 0702 but for the 10940x cpu?

    Thanks you so much.
    the 0702 BIOS I posted above (and here again: https://mega.nz/file/6wg3maQK#l2vIII...Nsb4aPSQrQMzJo) for Asus Rampage VI Extreme Encore works for all CPUs with CPUID 50657 and that includes the 10940XE.

    so you can go a head an use flash back to flash, but as always AT YOUR OWN RISK. save your profiles to a USB key before so you can load your old BIOS settings back after flashing.
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