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post #3511 of 9343
I got p8z68 as you see in my sig, I have TRUE 120 and I need an adapter to install it to my i5, will it fit PERFECTLY this adapter? I don't wont to buy it and can't be able to install it cuz of 1mm difference or something frown.gif
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post #3512 of 9343
Quote:
Originally Posted by chillidog;14866762 
HI CRABBY654

am sure twocables will show up soon.
i know the memory i got is geil black dragon gaming series
pc312800 1600mhz
cl 9-9-9-28
1.6V

4X2 GIG STICKS

now i think these figures are the trimings that you are talking about?

i also include my bios screen shots to show am sure someone will pick something up

110908173810.jpg
Hi, chilidog!

Here are things I recommend doing right now:
  1. Change your BCLK/PCIE Frequency to 100
  2. Disable Internal PLL Overvoltage
  3. Disable EPU Power Saving Mode
Quote:
Originally Posted by chillidog;14866762 
110908173719.jpg
  1. Change CPU C1E to "Enabled"
  2. Change CPU C6 Report to "Auto"
Quote:
Originally Posted by chillidog;14866762 
110908173600.jpg
  1. Set Load-Line Calibration to "Ultra High"
  2. Set VRM Frequency to "Manual"
  3. Set VRM Fixed Frequency Mode to "350"
  4. Set Duty Control to "Extreme"
  5. CPU Current Capability to "140%"
  6. Change CPU Offset Voltage to a manual setting instead of "Auto" (using "Auto" makes it use way too much voltage). Start with 0.005V.
  7. Change your VCCIO to 1.100V. This is because you have your DRAM Voltage set to 1.6. I mean, 1.6 minus 0.5 equals 1.1. So use a VCCIO of 1.100V.
  8. Change CPU Spread Spectrum to "Enabled"


Ok, now regarding your memory, open CPU-Z and use the timings in the far-right column as shown in the example below (this is MY memory - yours will be different):

CPU-Z%20SPD.png


Enter all of the settings you see in yours into the UEFI. The box that contains "42" in this screenshot (yours may have a different number) is a value that is not in the UEFI, so ignore it.

Please make all of these changes as soon as possible.
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post #3513 of 9343
p8p67 pro Rev 3 for me biggrin.gif
post #3514 of 9343
Are they going to release a non-beta BIOS revision any time soon?
post #3515 of 9343
Finally put my P8Z68 together. Pretty happy with it so far.
 
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post #3516 of 9343
i am an owner of the P8P67-Deluxe biggrin.gif go to 5.6Ghz on 1.35v
post #3517 of 9343
@ TwoCables ..i don't get why you advise ppl to run 140% CPU Current Capability for such a low OC's and LLC Ultra High, it's just insane (you may want ultra under fixed for super high OC's but offset..you don't) the reason you found this combination to be successful "stable" is combination of both highest LLC/Current Capability (this way you won't freeze under light load and by pass the PPL overvoltage right ?)
quote;
Set Load-Line Calibration to "Ultra High" (for 4.5~4.8 try medium,5.0+ high)
Set VRM Frequency to "Manual"
Set VRM Fixed Frequency Mode to "350"
Set Duty Control to "Extreme"
CPU Current Capability to "140%" (100% up to 4.8)
Change CPU Offset Voltage to a manual setting instead of "Auto" (using "Auto" makes it use way too much voltage). Start with 0.005V...(1.32~1.37v try +.01~.07<=keep bumping until you match fixed Vcore that you want +.02 is OK under offset for super stability)
PPL Overvoltage (Auto up to 4.8 or Enabled

give it a shot ,you may like it

on the side note ; about CPU PPL voltage ..try to change this from default if you find your system unstable (when it seems like no matter how much juice you give system is still shaky )
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post #3518 of 9343
Has anyone else had an issue with the +5Volt CHA_FAN2 header causing the fan connected it to it spin at a low RPM?

I have a 230mm front fan connected to this chassis fan header (HAF X) and the Asus Status monitor gives me alerts that it is spinning slow (450 rpm)
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post #3519 of 9343
Quote:
Originally Posted by coolhandluke41;14874998 
@ TwoCables ..i don't get why you advise ppl to run 140% CPU Current Capability for such a low OC's and LLC Ultra High, it's just insane (you may want ultra under fixed for super high OC's but offset..you don't)
The reason why I advise it is because 140% doesn't do anything. It just allows the CPU to pull as much power as it needs with absolutely no limit. It just raises the ceiling, so to speak. So, it is a "set it and forget it" kind of setting. There's nothing unsafe about using 140% unless you are on your own and are not seeking help.

Quote:
Originally Posted by coolhandluke41;14874998 
the reason you found this combination to be successful "stable" is combination of both highest LLC/Current Capability (this way you won't freeze under light load and by pass the PPL overvoltage right ?)
I'm not using the highest LLC. I'm using Ultra High. The highest is Extreme which results in vRise.

I do not use Internal PLL Overvoltage.

To avoid BSODs and lock-ups while idling, set both C3 and C6 to either Auto or Disabled.

Quote:
Originally Posted by coolhandluke41;14874998 
quote;
Set Load-Line Calibration to "Ultra High" (for 4.5~4.8 try medium,5.0+ high)
Ultra High is about the best option because it reduces the vDroop the most while not allowing for any vRise. Using anything lower allows for more vDroop. Most people don't like vDroop, so that's why we use Ultra High.

Quote:
Originally Posted by coolhandluke41;14874998 
Set VRM Frequency to "Manual"
Set VRM Fixed Frequency Mode to "350"
Set Duty Control to "Extreme"
CPU Current Capability to "140%" (100% up to 4.8)
Change CPU Offset Voltage to a manual setting instead of "Auto" (using "Auto" makes it use way too much voltage). Start with 0.005V...(1.32~1.37v try +.01~.07<=keep bumping until you match fixed Vcore that you want +.02 is OK under offset for super stability)
Instead of guessing, just do this:

Open Real Temp 3.67:

http://www.overclockers.com/forums/showthread.php?t=667250

Click this until you see your VID:

RealTempVID.png


Take your target voltage, and subtract your VID from it. My target voltage was 1.392V. So, 1.3561 subtracted from 1.392 equals 0.0359. Round that up, and you get 0.040. I am using an Offset of +0.040 right now, and my voltage under full load fluctuates between 1.392V and 1.400V. That's because I am using an LLC of Ultra High.


Note: You may need to put your CPU under load in order to get Real Temp to show you your actual VID.

Quote:
Originally Posted by coolhandluke41;14874998 
PPL Overvoltage (Auto up to 4.8 or Enabled
Having it set to Auto means it is Enabled. Having it Enabled results in a slightly longer POST time. So that's what I see wrong with it. Do you like increasing your POST time for no reason? I know I don't.

Quote:
Originally Posted by coolhandluke41;14874998 
give it a shot ,you may like it
Give what a shot? All of this?

No, but thank you anyway.

Quote:
Originally Posted by coolhandluke41;14874998 
on the side note ; about CPU PPL voltage ..try to change this from default if you find your system unstable
Actually, Internal PLL Overvoltage is more of a last-resort type of setting. It should only be enabled if you have exhausted all other recommended tweaks to get an unstable overclock to become stable.
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post #3520 of 9343
Quote:
Originally Posted by TwoCables;14872079 
Hi, chilidog!

Here are things I recommend doing right now:
  1. Change your BCLK/PCIE Frequency to 100
  2. Disable Internal PLL Overvoltage
  3. Disable EPU Power Saving Mode


  1. Change CPU C1E to "Enabled"
  2. Change CPU C6 Report to "Auto"


  1. Set Load-Line Calibration to "Ultra High"rolleyes.gif
  2. Set VRM Frequency to "Manual"
  3. Set VRM Fixed Frequency Mode to "350"
  4. Set Duty Control to "Extreme"
  5. CPU Current Capability to "140%"
  6. Change CPU Offset Voltage to a manual setting instead of "Auto" (using "Auto" makes it use way too much voltage). Start with 0.005V.
  7. Change your VCCIO to 1.100V. This is because you have your DRAM Voltage set to 1.6. I mean, 1.6 minus 0.5 equals 1.1. So use a VCCIO of 1.100V.
  8. Change CPU Spread Spectrum to "Enabled"


Ok, now regarding your memory, open CPU-Z and use the timings in the far-right column as shown in the example below (this is MY memory - yours will be different):

CPU-Z%20SPD.png


Enter all of the settings you see in yours into the UEFI. The box that contains "42" in this screenshot (yours may have a different number) is a value that is not in the UEFI, so ignore it.

Please make all of these changes as soon as possible.
wow,just wow..no thank you ! some of us learn most of the tricks back in January
I'm not going to argue ,guess you learn this by reading "club"
hey if it works for you ,power to you:cheers:
    
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