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post #521 of 6491
^This, mine is at 4.625GHz with 1.37 vcore.
post #522 of 6491
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Originally Posted by Maximuscr31 View Post

What version is your bios?

Latest BIOS as per ASUS' website (1104)

I finally managed to get a POST out of BLCK 125MHz (Multi 36 = 4.5GHz), but this required a Vcore of no less than 1.460V... This can't be right. (Getting 1.25V (100MHz x43) but 1.46V (125MHz x36)???

Bad chip?
Or bad noob OC'er showing his true colors sadsmiley.gif

Admitedly I havn't touched memory settings as I have no idea what the numbers mean.

Some basic specs:

Sabertooth X79
16GB, 9-9-9-27 1600MHz Corsair
750W PSU
Noctua NH-14
Edited by Havoc11 - 4/24/12 at 8:18pm
post #523 of 6491
Try using the XMP profile
post #524 of 6491
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Originally Posted by Maximuscr31 View Post

Download the older bios from internet
Put file on a flash drive
Shut the computer down
Turn power on
Press del to go into bios
Switch to advanced mode
Go to Bios selection and load bios from flash drive
I can't break it down any simpler than that. If you aren't comfortable or aren't able to do that you should take your computer to someone who can.

well according to your instructions, you have obviously different bios than me
post #525 of 6491
Ram settings are finicky with this board/chip. Use XMP and make sure that you bump the RAM voltage up a notch if you're using GSkill. Make sure the RAM speed is changed back down to nothing more than it's rated speed after making BLCK adjustments to the CPU. It scales the RAM accordingly when BLCK settings are raised and you must go in afterwards and tweak them down.
    
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post #526 of 6491
Does 1.65V ram fry the IMC on the SB-E CPUs? This is a problem with SB CPUs yes?
 
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post #527 of 6491
I run 1.7v on my ram @2400MHz

My VCCSA is @1.23v, this needs to be within 0.6v of the dram voltage or THAT will harm the IMC.
    
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Ok, thanks. My VCCSA was at 1.023 with 1.65V RAM so I gave it a bit more juice.
 
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post #529 of 6491
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well according to your instructions, you have obviously different bios than me

If you have EZflash then it is an Asus board. If you can't get that to work here is even more detailed instructions I found. If this doesn't work for you then you seriously need to take it to someone who works on computers for a living before you mess something up. It isn't hard but if your not able to do it then suck up your pride and pay someone.
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Preparation:
Document all your preferred BIOS settings (i.e. the settings you have changed from the default setting).
Download the BIOS file, which normally is compressed (zipped).
Extract (unzip) the BIOS file to a FAT/FAT32 formatted USB Flash Disk with only one partition (or to a Floppy Disk or a CD-ROM). If the unzipped BIOS file is named like e.g. 'P5B-ASUS-Deluxe-1101.ROM', you can rename it to 'P5BD1101.ROM'. Otherwise a truncated name will appear as 'P5B-AS~1.ROM' due to a limitation to max 8 characters in the filename (8.3).
Update:
Reboot.
Press (tap) during POST (Power-On Self Test) to enter BIOS Setup.
Load BIOS Defaults (press ).
Insert the USB Flash Disk containing the BIOS file P5BDxxxx.ROM. (Note that the USB Flash Disk has to be inserted before boot to enter BIOS, otherwise it won't be detected).
Save and Exit . (BIOS will now restart).
During BIOS restart, press to enter BIOS Setup again.
Under Tools menu, select ASUS EZ Flash 2. It may take 20 seconds for the drives to show up. Select a drive in the left pane . Use and arrows and to select a drive. If you don't see the BIOS file in the right pane, check the other drives. Note that the drive letters may not be the same here as in Windows.
Select the BIOS file (e.g. P5BD1101.ROM) and press to start flashing. Supervise the update, which includes the following stages: Erasing - Flashing (writing) - Verification. BIOS will automatically restart when the update is ready.
Disconnect the USB Flash Disk before/during the restart.
Perform a C.P.R. (CPU Parameter Recall) which resets the chipset. Power down, remove power cord from the PSU for 2 minutes and then power up.
Enter BIOS and load BIOS Defaults again.
Reenter your preferred BIOS settings - if you are using AHCI or RAID mode, don't forget to set the SATA mode to [AHCI / RAID]. Also remember the settings for other controllers, Audio and Memory Voltage. Check also that the Boot Device Priority is correct.
Save and Exit (automatic restart).
Press to enter BIOS Setup and make a final check that all BIOS settings are ok. Save any changes
post #530 of 6491
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Originally Posted by Maximuscr31 View Post

If you have EZflash then it is an Asus board. If you can't get that to work here is even more detailed instructions I found. If this doesn't work for you then you seriously need to take it to someone who works on computers for a living before you mess something up. It isn't hard but if your not able to do it then suck up your pride and pay someone.
Quote:
Preparation:
Document all your preferred BIOS settings (i.e. the settings you have changed from the default setting).
Download the BIOS file, which normally is compressed (zipped).
Extract (unzip) the BIOS file to a FAT/FAT32 formatted USB Flash Disk with only one partition (or to a Floppy Disk or a CD-ROM). If the unzipped BIOS file is named like e.g. 'P5B-ASUS-Deluxe-1101.ROM', you can rename it to 'P5BD1101.ROM'. Otherwise a truncated name will appear as 'P5B-AS~1.ROM' due to a limitation to max 8 characters in the filename (8.3).
Update:
Reboot.
Press (tap) during POST (Power-On Self Test) to enter BIOS Setup.
Load BIOS Defaults (press ).
Insert the USB Flash Disk containing the BIOS file P5BDxxxx.ROM. (Note that the USB Flash Disk has to be inserted before boot to enter BIOS, otherwise it won't be detected).
Save and Exit . (BIOS will now restart).
During BIOS restart, press to enter BIOS Setup again.
Under Tools menu, select ASUS EZ Flash 2. It may take 20 seconds for the drives to show up. Select a drive in the left pane . Use and arrows and to select a drive. If you don't see the BIOS file in the right pane, check the other drives. Note that the drive letters may not be the same here as in Windows.
Select the BIOS file (e.g. P5BD1101.ROM) and press to start flashing. Supervise the update, which includes the following stages: Erasing - Flashing (writing) - Verification. BIOS will automatically restart when the update is ready.
Disconnect the USB Flash Disk before/during the restart.

Yes this is exactly what I do with the newest versions. but it doesnt work for older versions as I mentioned. anyway thanks

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