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Great guide! I have been looking forward to your review smile.gif
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Thanks for this wonderful informational guide to the SBe. +REP

You've clearly put a lot of thought and effort into this guide. Well done:)
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THank you guys! Merry Christmas and Happy holiday to everyone and their families!
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A BIG thanks for this guide, something to print and put in the manual thumb.gif !
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Hey if you would like I can upload the PDF version smile.gif
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Wow thanks ! wheee.gif perfect service.

Ya it's more practical like this thumb.gif

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Im interested to know about raising the limit on the vrm thermal, since in my f5 bios the limit is 135c already how much more can it really take? I can confirm though by placing a fan over it allows me to run stable with anything over 4.6ghz even though there are some vrm on the back of the pcb as well that doesnt have any cooling at all. Great guide overall. thumb.gif
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Hey Sin...

This is a quote from your guide(Im still in the middle of reading it thumb.gif)

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So those of you who think that increasing your PLL voltage will help with that setting, it really doesn’t. But with SBe I have found that increased CPU PLL can help stabilize higher frequency overclocks. That wasn’t the case with SB.


Get this... I was messing with the R4E and the first thing I tried once I ran all stock benchmarks with 1 then SLI and then TRI SLI, I left all three cards in to try and use Asus Preset Overclock profiles.

The first is Normal OC the second is Gamers third is Extreme low current and the last is Extreme high Current.

I first tried Normal OC which Blck is 125(No strap) with a Multi of 35. Voltage is a high 1.4 and Memory is 1.68v. I restarted and boot loops away! So I was trying to figure out what the heck was wrong because everyone who has this board claims that all the overclocking settings work well and no one has claimed an issue with them. Well OF COURSE I had an issue!

So looking through all of the settings I thought it was possibly the memory but it was not. Then I looked at PLL and noticed the profile had it set at 1.35v from 1.8v it normally runs at.
So I set the voltage at its normal 1.8v and Booted right up!

So, What I am wondering is what are you refering to when you say "That settings?" Are you refering to going over its normal 1.8v? Or something else? Because clearly in this case it worked but obviously it was lowered by Asus so techically I just reset it where it should have been. I am trying to figure out why they would lower it on a template style Profile designed to basically work with any CPU? In all my recent overclocking from even X58 onward I have never lowered the PLL from 1.8v. Always raised it.I have heard of people lowering it for decent results but I have never had a CPU where lower did anything positive and on X58 raising it did have advantages in some regard. Even on one of my 2600ks raising it to 1.22 actually helped my 5.1ghz overclock stabilize. Let me make clear though that on MOST of the chips I have clocked(out of about 200 this year)it made no difference at all.
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My VID seems to be really high when I set frequency to the turbo one. Is this caused by other settings or my chip just needs a higher voltage?

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