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I unpluged power and now its working, interesting
post #222 of 6491
Don't quote me cuz I've been outa the OC game for a few years now. Just ordered parts today....but.....if I were you I would probably reset bios to default via jumper, then I would try to boot into safemode and unstall the software based ASUS utility. Reboot into BIOS and adjust your settings again. You don't need it, it's just an easy way to change settings without rebooting into bios but I've always found they create more problems than convenience.
    
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post #223 of 6491
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I unpluged power and now its working, interesting

If it will boot for you now then I would still uninstall the software, then reboot and tweak your settings via true BIOS. Just my opinion though.
    
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I know but its ASUS suite sw, it must work anyway frown.gif

//I unnistalled Suite, but problem remains with speed step
Edited by Mailo34 - 3/21/12 at 2:48pm
post #225 of 6491
The problem, from what I've experienced in the past...is that I think it loads on startup and overwrites any changes you've made in the BIOS. If you forget that it's installed or aren't aware that it's even there, then none of the changes you made will take effect. It's not a matter of the quality of their software, it does exactly what it's intended to do. You just don't need to have it and more often than not it causes confusion if you're as forgetful as I am.
    
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I know but its ASUS suite sw, it must work anyway frown.gif
//I unnistalled Suite, but problem remains with speed step

Boot into BIOS and check the settings there. They will be completely different from what you were used to seeing in the software utility. Check all of the C settings that regular downclocking and power saving.
    
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post #227 of 6491
Just got mine running yesterday, rig is in my sig i hope, runs sooooo sweeeeet. After a week of some cleaning and tweaking i'll start my o.c.
Just in case
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Corsair 650d
Asus sabertooth x79
3820 i7 (stock clk)
Corsair h100 hydro
Corsair ax1200 psu
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post #228 of 6491
So!

My set is now "run in" and I´m about to do some (hopefully) heavy oc:ing.

Spec:

Big Bang Bundle
Xpower II X79
i7-3820
MSI 7970
32Gb G-Skill 1600Mhz ram
2x256Gb Samsung 830(Raid0)
3Tb WD Hdd

Cooling

2 massive loops with each a 320 rad an PnP Scythe fans!

Cpu: EK supreme HF
Gpu: Ek Acetal/Nickel

temps in original settings:

cpu:
idle, 21-28c (a bit strange core 0 and 3 are several c higher, remounted block and paste 2 times with no different result, so It just cant get better:( )
Load, 45-55c

So, there´s room for good oc:ing

Gpu (here I know what to do with all settings)
idle, 21
load, 28.. hell yeah:)

Now the cpu q:s

Haven´t been overclocking since the s478 platform and all I had to do then was cranking up the fsb and select a good ram divider (and maybe some cpu voltage)

so, is there anything special with this X79 platform? or just simple tampering with hmmm.. bclk(fsb) and ram freq. and maybe som voltage tweaking? I´m hoping to get an stable clock around 4,7-5+ (for 2h a day, it´s only a gamingsetup)

And I wonder how my Corsair HX850 will hold up with all the oc?

My first attempt didnt pan out well

upped the bckl to 105 and locked the ram at 1600 (as they are) but it wont even boot bios!

also tried

102
ram locked
turbo boost 2.0 disabled
enhanced turbo disabled

everything else at auto

but no luck

can someone post a template of all setting to maybe reach at lest 4.5!?

The gpu oc looking nice at origanl voltage running att 33c full load @ 1125/1450 more to come (increased result in newest unigine from 2500>3000p

Thanx in advance!

(currently using OC genie @ 4.0.....)
post #229 of 6491
37x 125 1.4v vcore
I should game.
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post #230 of 6491
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37x 125 1.4v vcore

I think I did 1.35 v vcore but yea thats been stable for me for 4.6 all day.
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