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Happy owner of this great motherboard:

Now I'm just trying to get it stable at 4.6GHz or 4.8GHz. thumb.gif

Nice setup dude! Welcome to the club!
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Trying to get 4.6GHz stable but it won't even last 5 seconds of prime 95 under blend mode even with 1.45v (I refuse to go higher), PLL as high as 2.0v, vccsa at 1.25v, vtt at 1.275v, ram at 1.62v (It's rated at 1.6v) and LLC on High.
Could it be because this BIOS version is bad? Running version 3204.
I'll update to latest 3301 which was released today in hope it fixes the issue, I refuse to believe I can't do 4.6GHz even at 1.45v, previous owner which is a friend said he hit 5.1GHz at 1.51v for a few hours and it was stable... :doh.

That was something. Well, have you tried PLL 1.8v , VCCSA 1.25v, VTT 1.115v (Maybe)? Some other settings on every guide on internet. I've read somewhere in this forum, this chip doesn't like high PLL/VTT. And your vCore is quite high for 4.6GHz.

Or just another no luck at silicone lottery case. frown.gif
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This is what I have so far:

4.6GHz - ~1.43v with VTT @ 1.35v vccsa on auto, PLL at 1.85v.

Surely this seems a bit too high for 4.6GHz? Please tell me it's not the worse chip you've seen, any way of improving? if I lower the voltage to lets say 1.40v, I get a 124 BSOD. doh.gif

Not going to lie, this thing is a beast even at 4.5GHz, but I really wanted 4.8GHz for 24/7, but not above 1.45v.

PS: This is a C1 chip from my friend who sold it to me, he got it to 5.1GHz on water at 1.51v-1.53v, thats why I'm surprised I actually need 1.43v for 4.6GHz, that can't be right... must be doing something wrong.
    
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This is what I have so far:

4.6GHz - ~1.43v with VTT @ 1.35v vccsa on auto, PLL at 1.85v.

Surely this seems a bit too high for 4.6GHz? Please tell me it's not the worse chip you've seen, any way of improving? if I lower the voltage to lets say 1.40v, I get a 124 BSOD. doh.gif

Not going to lie, this thing is a beast even at 4.5GHz, but I really wanted 4.8GHz for 24/7, but not above 1.45v.

PS: This is a C1 chip from my friend who sold it to me, he got it to 5.1GHz on water at 1.51v-1.53v, thats why I'm surprised I actually need 1.43v for 4.6GHz, that can't be right... must be doing something wrong.


Lower your vtt to 1.1-1.17 and drop your pll to 1.6v. See how that affects things.
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Lower your vtt to 1.1-1.17 and drop your pll to 1.6v. See how that affects things.

I'll have to try that, I refuse to believe I really need 1.43v for 4.6GHz. doh.gif
    
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Keep VTT and VCCSA at the same voltage, 1.15v for starters.

Cpu could be degraded badly by the previous owner. 1.51 - 1.53v is alot for an SB-E chip, even on water.
    
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G Skill guide on their XMP settings is a crap. I've followed that guide settings for about 5 months. They recon to set vccsa = 1.25v and dram = 1.65v. And i've followed.

Awhile ago, I've set my VCCSA @ 1.05v and dram 1.55v . Seems stable for now @ 2135MHz.. I don't know how much i've degraded my CPU.
 
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Keep VTT and VCCSA at the same voltage, 1.15v for starters.
Cpu could be degraded badly by the previous owner. 1.51 - 1.53v is alot for an SB-E chip, even on water.

He only run it at that for a matter of minutes, never stayed 24/7.

In fact he kept it at stock most of the time. tongue.gif

I'll try that, also lowering the PLL to 1.6v?
    
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He only run it at that for a matter of minutes, never stayed 24/7.
In fact he kept it at stock most of the time. tongue.gif
I'll try that, also lowering the PLL to 1.6v?

PLL at 1.6v wouldn't hurt. I have mine at 1.8v.

Leave your ram at 1.65v for now.

Sounds like you got a good chip by the sounds of what the previous got out of it.

Give this a good read. It helped me alot.

http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?5835-ASUS-Rampage-IV-Extreme-UEFI-Guide-for-Overclocking
    
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PLL at 1.6v wouldn't hurt. I have mine at 1.8v.
Leave your ram at 1.65v for now.
Sounds like you got a good chip by the sounds of what the previous got out of it.
Give this a good read. It helped me alot.
http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?5835-ASUS-Rampage-IV-Extreme-UEFI-Guide-for-Overclocking

Saw that thread yesterday, it helped.

I just refuse to believe I need 1.43v for 4.6GHz, my friend (Who sold me his 3930k) had it at 5GHz below 1.5v.. doh.gif
    
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I updated to the latest BIOS available for Windows 7 64 Bit from ASUS' website, the logo is now much simpler (Before it was a whole red screen, now its all black with the republic of gamers icon in the middle), and the motherboard POSTS a lot faster. smile.gif

Here's what I did:









So far I booted fine into Windows 7 with 1.35v vcore, don't you guys think it would have given me a BSOD upon boot if it really needed 1.43v for 4.6GHz? rolleyes.gif

Going to attempt and run Prime95 with 1792k FFT's let's see if it can...
    
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