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4800 1.45 extreme LLC bios 1.472-1.504 win.jpg 792k .jpg file Hi.
2 days ago I bought a 3820 and a motherboard Asus Rampage Formula 4. It is a costa rica processor, batch# 3221B920
I have just started a few tests, everything go very easy with this Board. (3404 bios + 4 * 4 vengance 1600 cl9 1 .5V)

I still need a few tips in particular from you HOMECINEMA-PC , you use the same motherboard ,regarding voltages.
I have seen your 5 k voltages and looks to me very big ! They are safe?

Attach a print with 4800.
Where to make changes for a 5 k stable?
Voltage is already quite large 1.45 bios + LLC extreme = 1 win (cpuz).


For 5k i use 125 * 40 . Try it with voltages in the print screen . But not stable at 5k . At 4800 no problem. i belive not the vcore voltage is the problem . What sould i 4800.jpg 766k .jpg file rais then ?
Edited by ropittbul - 1/13/13 at 1:56pm
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If you already have LLC set to extreme..

make sure over current set to at least high/ultra (120-130%)

make sure to disable all C states

make sure you have a fan blowing on your VRM area, that can make the difference between stable or unstable when running high LLC and vcore

I'm running ASUS sabertooth and my 5Ghz voltage for full stability is 1.52 V
at 1.48-1.5V I am stable at 5GHz during normal use but will crash during extended linpack or prime
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4800 1.45 extreme LLC bios 1.472-1.504 win.jpg 792k .jpg file Hi.
2 days ago I bought a 3820 and a motherboard Asus Rampage Formula 4. It is a costa rica processor, batch# 3221B920
I have just started a few tests, everything go very easy with this Board. (3404 bios + 4 * 4 vengance 1600 cl9 1 .5V)

I still need a few tips in particular from you HOMECINEMA-PC , you use the same motherboard ,regarding voltages.
I have seen your 5 k voltages and looks to me very big ! They are safe?

Attach a print with 4800.
Where to make changes for a 5 k stable?
Voltage is already quite large 1.45 bios + LLC extreme = 1 win (cpuz).


For 5k i use 125 * 40 . Try it with voltages in the print screen . But not stable at 5k . At 4800 no problem. i belive not the vcore voltage is the problem . What sould i 4800.jpg 766k .jpg file rais then ?
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Crucial M4 SSD Custom Water, 2x D5, 2x RX360  Cougar Vortex 120mm PWM Fans Antec Spot Cool (VRM/RAM cooling) 
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4800 1.45 extreme LLC bios 1.472-1.504 win.jpg 792k .jpg file Hi.
2 days ago I bought a 3820 and a motherboard Asus Rampage Formula 4. It is a costa rica processor, batch# 3221B920
I have just started a few tests, everything go very easy with this Board. (3404 bios + 4 * 4 vengance 1600 cl9 1 .5V)

I still need a few tips in particular from you HOMECINEMA-PC , you use the same motherboard ,regarding voltages.
I have seen your 5 k voltages and looks to me very big ! They are safe?

Attach a print with 4800.
Where to make changes for a 5 k stable?
Voltage is already quite large 1.45 bios + LLC extreme = 1 win (cpuz).


For 5k i use 125 * 40 . Try it with voltages in the print screen . But not stable at 5k . At 4800 no problem. i belive not the vcore voltage is the problem . What sould i 4800.jpg 766k .jpg file rais then ?
Believe it or not those 5ghz settings are form the 'HIGH CURRENT " settings in the bios drop vcore to 1.495-1.515 and adjust to suit clock you are after, Im on smoko break so more details later smile.gif
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Originally Posted by t4ngent View Post

If you already have LLC set to extreme..

make sure over current set to at least high/ultra (120-130%)

make sure to disable all C states

make sure you have a fan blowing on your VRM area, that can make the difference between stable or unstable when running high LLC and vcore

I'm running ASUS sabertooth and my 5Ghz voltage for full stability is 1.52 V
at 1.48-1.5V I am stable at 5GHz during normal use but will crash during extended linpack or prime
You are on the money dude thumb.gif
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New update for the 5MHz club
Edited by roberta507 - 1/13/13 at 10:22pm
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4800 1.45 extreme LLC bios 1.472-1.504 win.jpg 792k .jpg file Hi.
2 days ago I bought a 3820 and a motherboard Asus Rampage Formula 4. It is a costa rica processor, batch# 3221B920
I have just started a few tests, everything go very easy with this Board. (3404 bios + 4 * 4 vengance 1600 cl9 1 .5V)

I still need a few tips in particular from you HOMECINEMA-PC , you use the same motherboard ,regarding voltages.
I have seen your 5 k voltages and looks to me very big ! They are safe?

Attach a print with 4800.
Where to make changes for a 5 k stable?
Voltage is already quite large 1.45 bios + LLC extreme = 1 win (cpuz).


For 5k i use 125 * 40 . Try it with voltages in the print screen . But not stable at 5k . At 4800 no problem. i belive not the vcore voltage is the problem . What sould i 4800.jpg 766k .jpg file rais then ?

nice compo ropittbul. I have the same setup, same parts except I just swapped the Corsair ram out for some G.Skill. You will find that 1600mhz ram wont OC much higher than 1666mhz. So be careful.
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post #2156 of 6491
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Originally Posted by ropittbul View Post

4800 1.45 extreme LLC bios 1.472-1.504 win.jpg 792k .jpg file Hi.
2 days ago I bought a 3820 and a motherboard Asus Rampage Formula 4. It is a costa rica processor, batch# 3221B920
I have just started a few tests, everything go very easy with this Board. (3404 bios + 4 * 4 vengance 1600 cl9 1 .5V)

I still need a few tips in particular from you HOMECINEMA-PC , you use the same motherboard ,regarding voltages.
I have seen your 5 k voltages and looks to me very big ! They are safe?

Attach a print with 4800.
Where to make changes for a 5 k stable?
Voltage is already quite large 1.45 bios + LLC extreme = 1 win (cpuz).


For 5k i use 125 * 40 . Try it with voltages in the print screen . But not stable at 5k . At 4800 no problem. i belive not the vcore voltage is the problem . What sould i 4800.jpg 766k .jpg file rais then ?
Okay had a looksy at your screener @ 4.8 different way to go a round it that is fer sure smile.gif BUT I honestly think you should try to better the 4.8 settings before you go for 5ghz. Reason being you need to a customise yourself with the way the mobo settings work . So go back a page or so and look how I got my 4.8 humming. there is ai sweet settings there for ALL to see and try wink.gif as well as screeners. Zerocool and Jaybo will testify to this . The last thing I want to see and hear is hardware failures due to my crazy way of going about things. Cause at the end of the day its all about the challenge and the fun that goes with this craazy hobby , now I had help too to get that 4.8 even though ive gone much , much higher so its your call your gear Post # 2136 onwards .
126.5x38 it should run on 1600 odd ram speed , cpu strap 125 this should give you a qpi off about 5000mhz vcore 1.42 , llc xtreme every thing else is on the posts. If you have issues start from 4.3 ghz first save it when its stable , then go 4.8 so on and so forth good luck cheers.gif
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Ty . Start now with your screens. 4.3 is no problem 4300 1.310 bios 1.288-1.296-1.304 win.jpg 799k .jpg file

theJaybo @ I know , the ram is cheap .... not even start at 1.65 with cl 8 ;P
Edited by ropittbul - 1/14/13 at 4:13am
post #2158 of 6491
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Ty . Start now with your screens.
I will tell you what I will do for you, when I get home tomorrow arvo I will get into the bios take snapperoonie shots and post them for you have if you have any trouble and that way everyone can have a gander .BTW what cpu cooling do you have and you should get into the rigbuilder tap your details of your 'puter to create you sig rig take a couple of snapperoonies and put in there too so we can see whats going over there and my i73820 overclock photos as well many different clocks and settings in there too thumb.gif
Okay try 4.6ghz next test it save it watch the temps and put a 80mm fan on the middle black heatsink at the top that's where your vrm's live keep em cool when starting to get higher clocks IF you need to....... smile.gif
Edited by HOMECINEMA-PC - 1/14/13 at 11:44am
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I will tell you what I will do for you, when I get home tomorrow arvo I will get into the bios take snapperoonie shots and post them for you have if you have any trouble and that way everyone can have a gander .BTW what cpu cooling do you have and you should get into the rigbuilder tap your details of your 'puter to create you sig rig take a couple of snapperoonies and put the in there too so we can see whats going over there and my i73820 overclock photos as well many different clocks and settings in there too thumb.gif
Okay try 4.6ghz next test it save it watch the temps and put a 80mm fan on the middle black heatsink at the top that's where your vrm's live keep em cool when starting to get higher clocks IF you need to.......smile.gif



there are some bios screens pages back when you gave them to me for 4.8
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there are some bios screens pages back when you gave them to me for 4.8
How goes your rig ?
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