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Hopefully this helps someone. I mostly followed this guide: http://rog.asus.com/46212011/rampage-iv-motherboards/rampage-iv-extreme-uefi-bios-guide-for-overclocking-2/
These are my settings with BIOS 1404. Keep in mind, these are high overclock settings with my CPU, Motherboard, and Graphics cards cooled using a custom watercooling solution.
Do not attempt these overclock settings with air cooling.
Extreme Tweaker settings: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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CPU Clock Gen Filter can be on auto, and 10UF would be okay with my settings. I don't know why I left it at 20UF.
My Samsung memory are great overclockers, and since I prefer faster timings, I just keep it at 1866MHz. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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CPU VCORE at 1.350 during load using Prime95 will report in CPU-Z 1.392 - 1.400V's with my Load Line Calibration set to Ultra High. It idles as low as 1.376V's in CPU-Z. You don't want to chance anything higher than 1.4V's for supposed degradation.
VTT CPU Voltage needed to be increased to 1.16250V's for better stability to my memory and graphics cards.
2nd VTTCPU Voltage doesn't need as much of an increase.
CPU VCCSA Manual Voltage at 1.1V's is enough for 4x4GB's memory at 1866MHz.
DRAM Voltage at 1.5V's allows full stability at my DRAM overclock and 8-9-9-24-1T timings.
CPU PLL Voltage while I could go as far down to 1.55V's on my SB system, it's probably more reliable to keep it at 1.8V's.
PCH 1.1v Voltage doesn't need to be raised unless you have multiple high-end graphics cards and also overclocking them. If I kept them at 1.1V's, I would have some lock ups and BSOD's of the 0x09 variety.
I disable CPU and PCIE Spread Spectrum. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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I don't mess with any of the Tweakers' Paradise settings. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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I manually set CPU Ratio to 48 and disable Enhanced Intel SpeedStep Technology since I want to be at 4.8GHz even when idle. It's just my personal preference. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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I just set my DRAM timings to 8-9-9-24-1T since I know that's stable. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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I prefer my CPU Load-line at Ultra High rather than Extreme.
CPU Current Capability for high overclocks should be set to 180%.
CPU Fixed Frequency I adjust a little to 350.
CPU Power Duty Cycle set at Extreme.
Vcore MOS volt. Control at 7V.
VCCSA Load-Line Calibration set at Extreme.
VCCSA Current Capability set to 140%.
VCCSA Fixed Frequency I adjust a little to 350. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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CPU VTT Switching Freq to 1.3x
DRAM-AB Current Capability would be fine at 100%, but since I'm overclocking, I set it at 120%.
DRAM-CD Current Capability is also set at 120%.
PCH 1.1V Switching Freq to 1.3x Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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I believe the only thing I turn on is Intel Virtualization Technology. If you don't have a need for it, you can leave it disabled. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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I use Virtualization Technology, so I keep the Intel (R) VT-d setting Enabled. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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If you have an SSD, then use ACHI Mode. If you don't, then IDE Mode is fine. If you want to eventually setup a RAID array, then choose RAID Mode. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Just my personal preferences for Boot-up settings. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Anyone have any questions or suggestions for improved settings, let me know.

Grats on the OC. Not easy to get these stable above 4.5-4.7.

TBH, I think the settings you posted would be better for 5.6GHz on LN2. That is to say, most of your power settings are maxed out for no reason.

Take a look at this post from about a month ago. I posted settings at 4.9GHz with offset mode, speedstep on, phase mode optimized, CPU current control at 120%, etc, etc.

To me, the most fun I get from overclocking is to find the balance between power and speed. Forgive the car analogy, but your settings are like pulling up to a stop light and putting the car in neutral and flooring the gas until the light turns green. Think about it, the SB platform is amazing in that it can run anywhere from 1.2GHz to 4.9GHz just by adding .5V. It's more difficult to get an OC stable with speedstep on, dealing with C-states and everything else, but in the end it's way more rewarding IMHO.
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Grats on the OC. Not easy to get these stable above 4.5-4.7.
TBH, I think the settings you posted would be better for 5.6GHz on LN2. That is to say, most of your power settings are maxed out for no reason.
Take a look at this post from about a month ago. I posted settings at 4.9GHz with offset mode, speedstep on, phase mode optimized, CPU current control at 120%, etc, etc.
To me, the most fun I get from overclocking is to find the balance between power and speed. Forgive the car analogy, but your settings are like pulling up to a stop light and putting the car in neutral and flooring the gas until the light turns green. Think about it, the SB platform is amazing in that it can run anywhere from 1.2GHz to 4.9GHz just by adding .5V. It's more difficult to get an OC stable with speedstep on, dealing with C-states and everything else, but in the end it's way more rewarding IMHO.

I agree with that. For me it's not just a matter of being rewarding, but I also want to take full advantage of power saving where possible. So on my build, my goal is to be able to hit 5 GHz when it's needed based on load, but then while just browsing OCN or what have you for it to be chilling (pun intended) at the minimal 1.2 GHz. I might be willing to disable Hyper-threading as having 12 threads @ 5 GHz is just silly (not to mention will make it a little easier to hit 5 GHz), but C1E, C3, C6, C7, Speed Step, and Turbo Boost will all remain enabled.
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whats wrong with asus customer service, fan expert doesn`t seem to work and they keep insisting on contacting the seller, what the seller has to do with this, and now I am contacting them regarding my broken pci-e clip and no one is replying to me. frown.gif , to be honest I have never dealt with such support before, they take too long to reply and when they do you get very short and unsatisfying answer. I was planning on getting an asus gtx 680 but after this experience I don`t think so! this is really frustrating.
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whats wrong with asus customer service, fan expert doesn`t seem to work and they keep insisting on contacting the seller, what the seller has to do with this, and now I am contacting them regarding my broken pci-e clip and no one is replying to me. frown.gif , to be honest I have never dealt with such support before, they take too long to reply and when they do you get very short and unsatisfying answer. I was planning on getting an asus gtx 680 but after this experience I don`t think so! this is really frustrating.

You're not alone. They sent me the wrong graphics card without contacting me first and after explaining to the customer service rep that the card wasn't the same he kept insinuating that it was, even after giving him the serial number and product model number on the card. In the end, he told me to email him the pictures showing that the card in my possession was a different card and that I had to do it within 30 minutes because he had to go. doh.gif
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You're not alone. They sent me the wrong graphics card without contacting me first and after explaining to the customer service rep that the card wasn't the same he kept insinuating that it was, even after giving him the serial number and product model number on the card. In the end, he told me to email him the pictures showing that the card in my possession was a different card and that I had to do it within 30 minutes because he had to go. doh.gif
I love this motherboard I really do but am seriously thinking of migrating to gigabyte or evga, what happens if serious problem hit my motherboard within the warranty period?, I am guess it would be alot of pain to deal with those guys when something serious happens, I am not willing to take the risk, I hope they reply to my ticket frown.gif
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Usually their higher end products get special treatment such as Advanced Replacement but that is only for North America residents. I do wish you the best of luck though.
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Usually their higher end products get special treatment such as Advanced Replacement but that is only for North America residents. I do wish you the best of luck though.
thank you smile.gif, they just replied to me saying I should request an RMA, I have an address in NY that I can receive goods through, does advanced RMA means sending you a replacement before receiving the defective part? or just sending me the q-clip, because I won`t RMA the whole motherboard for the q-clip, if they can`t send it to me then there is no need to RMA it
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Grats on the OC. Not easy to get these stable above 4.5-4.7.
TBH, I think the settings you posted would be better for 5.6GHz on LN2. That is to say, most of your power settings are maxed out for no reason.
Take a look at this post from about a month ago. I posted settings at 4.9GHz with offset mode, speedstep on, phase mode optimized, CPU current control at 120%, etc, etc.
To me, the most fun I get from overclocking is to find the balance between power and speed. Forgive the car analogy, but your settings are like pulling up to a stop light and putting the car in neutral and flooring the gas until the light turns green. Think about it, the SB platform is amazing in that it can run anywhere from 1.2GHz to 4.9GHz just by adding .5V. It's more difficult to get an OC stable with speedstep on, dealing with C-states and everything else, but in the end it's way more rewarding IMHO.
Thx, lowered my Digi + Power settings down without it affecting my stability.
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thank you smile.gif, they just replied to me saying I should request an RMA, I have an address in NY that I can receive goods through, does advanced RMA means sending you a replacement before receiving the defective part? or just sending me the q-clip, because I won`t RMA the whole motherboard for the q-clip, if they can`t send it to me then there is no need to RMA it

Basically they ship first so that you get the replacement right away. The thing is that they require a credit card and put a temporary hold which gets lifted as soon as they receive your board. And they don't pay for return shipping. It's mainly for those who want the board or replacement item right away without having to wait weeks. As for your damaged clip, I don't know. Most of my issues were because the board didn't put or was DOA. If there is any physical damage to the board such as bent socket pins, Asus can charge up to $125 to such repairs. eek.gif
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That is true. I dealt with them over 4-5 months when my 5970's went bad.....they only had demo cards in stock which I insisted that they bench test before they sent them to me. Neither passed their tests, so then they tried to get me to agree to replacing them with two 6850's (really??) which I refused outright. They proceeded to work their way up each card they had between that and the DCUII 6970, again they would only swap card for card....not taking into consideration that the 5970 was a dual GPU card and a lot more expensive. Finally, they agreed to send me two brand new GTX590's but they also had to replace my Crosshair IV Formula motherboard with a Crosshair V Formula because that was the first AMD chipset that supported SLi natively.....all this because ASUS decided in their infinite wisdom not to carry the 6990 in this region and refused to have it drop-shipped from Europe where it was.

In any event I go to know their entire customer service dept by name.....I called them everyday for status updates, I warned them that I would. It got to a point that I know who each of them where by the sound of their voice and they could do the same for me...LOL

If anyone is interested in their customer service direct number in N. America, not to be confused with their technical support office (they are worse) it is as follows:

510-818-4877

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MSI R9 290X LIGHTNING Kingston HyperX Predator 16GB (4 x 4GB) DDR4 2666 Intel 400GB 750 Series NVMe PCIe (OS drive) Samsung 840 Pro Series 256GB (2 in RAID 0) 
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Seagate Barracuda 3TB 7200RPM SATA3 64MB LG Super Multi Blu-ray Disc and HD DVD-ROM Drive LG GH24NS90B 24X SATA Internal Super Multi DVD ... CPU Cooler [Summer-Time] = Watercool HEATKILLER... 
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CPU Cooler [Winter-Time] = Custom 300W ss phase... Hardware Labs Black Ice GTX 480 Radiator (4 x 1... Feser X-Changer Triple (3 x 120mm) Swiftech MCP655 (x2) 
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Koolance RP-452X2 Dual 5.25" Reservoir EK MSI R9 290X Lightning - Full Cover VGA Water... EK MSI R9 290X Lightning - Full Cover VGA Water... EK MSI R9 290X Lightning - Full Cover VGA Water... 
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Windows 10 Pro x64 (3) ASUS VG248QE 24-Inch Screen LED-lit Monitor Ducky Mini PC Power & Cooling Turbo-Cool 1200 
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Xigmatek Elysium [Black w/ Window] Razer Naga Hex MOBA Perixx DX-2000XXL Boston Acoustics MicroMediaSpeaker System 
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Sennheiser PC 363D EVGA Supernova 1300G2 - 1300W PSU (second PSU) 
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Intel Core i7 3930k RAMPAGE IV EXTREME ASUS GTX 590 Samsung 30nm 4 x 4GB sticks 
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SAMSUNG 850 EVO 250GB 1TB WD Green 300GB WD Velociraptor (4 in RAID 0) LG GH24NS90B 24X SATA Internal Super Multi DVD ... 
Optical DriveCoolingOSMonitor
LG GH24NS90B 24X SATA Internal Super Multi DVD ... Corsair H110i GT Windows 10 Pro x64 LG 24" Flatron 
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Ducky Shine II - w/ Brown Cherry MX w/ English ... Corsair TX650 Nanoxia Deep Silence 2 RAZER DeathAdder 
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X Trac Ripper HT| OMEGA eCLARO  TRITTON AX Pro Dolby Digital 5.1 True Surround ... 
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AMD A6-3650 ASUS F1A75-M-PRO R2.0 EVGA GeForce GTX 960 4GB Superclocked Samsung 30nm 2 x 4GB sticks 
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120GB Samsung 840 Western Digital Red 3TB SATA3 64MB Cache 3.5in ... LG Super Multi Blu-ray Disc and HD DVD-ROM Drive Cooler Master GeminII M4 - CPU Cooler 
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Noctua NF-R8 80mm Fans Win7 SP1 64bit Visio 50" Plasma Logitech Mini Controller for Logitech Revue and... 
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PC Power & Cooling Silencer Mk III 400W ATX Mod... Silverstone Sugo 
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