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post #931 of 1199
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Hi Guys,
I did read first 36 pages, then I give it up.
I'm going to buy this mobo, but I would like to understand if it's safe to fill all 8 DIMM slots with 1866MHz modules. I do not care about OC.
I want to move to this MB also for get 64GB possibility. Damn 4K RAW Video editing is extremely resource-demanding biggrin.gif

I'm using 64GB of memory with this board. It's Corsair Dominator's rated at 1866Mhz. I can't get it above 1600MHz with all 8 dimms installed. It will go to 2133Mhz if I only put in 4 dimms.

You will probably have to manually change the channel and rank interleave settings in the BIOS if you go with 64GB of memory. If you don't, the XMP did not set these and everything slowed down greatly.
post #932 of 1199
Thanks for answer,
In real life, how this would impact negatively 266MHz less?
I know what to expect with CPU clock, BLK and GPU, but I really never tested different RAM freq.

I should try with my current setup, setting RAM to 1600MHz and looking for differences in rendering, and in some FPS games
post #933 of 1199
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Originally Posted by realogic View Post

Thanks for answer,
In real life, how this would impact negatively 266MHz less?
I know what to expect with CPU clock, BLK and GPU, but I really never tested different RAM freq.

I should try with my current setup, setting RAM to 1600MHz and looking for differences in rendering, and in some FPS games


Probably unnoticeable. But I think it would be cool for you to do a test by applying some effects to some footage and rendering a file under both memory scenarios. Long render times and lack of storage was why I built my current system, and I'd love to see someone doing some relevant tests.
post #934 of 1199
Well,
I'll try some Adobe AF rendering and I'll report here differences, also FPS change in BF4

Does this mobo boot fast when Intel RSTe RAID mode is enable?

In my current setup, I can't boot without waiting every time the OpROM setting up the controller, and since I use the integrated Intel RSTe, the Marvell one and an Highpoint RocketRAID, it became very long waiting.. Is it possible to bypass here? (I speak only for Intel and LSI controller)
post #935 of 1199
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Originally Posted by realogic View Post

Well,
I'll try some Adobe AF rendering and I'll report here differences, also FPS change in BF4

Does this mobo boot fast when Intel RSTe RAID mode is enable?

In my current setup, I can't boot without waiting every time the OpROM setting up the controller, and since I use the integrated Intel RSTe, the Marvell one and an Highpoint RocketRAID, it became very long waiting.. Is it possible to bypass here? (I speak only for Intel and LSI controller)

thanks. be sure and report results.

you can bypass loading the LSI rom if you are not booting to it. it boots real quick if you don't have anything else that needs to load. I have an Areca 1882ix-16, which takes about 30 seconds to load, but before I put that in, the boots were quick.
post #936 of 1199
Can anyone explain the PCH 1.1V and PCH 1.5V settings? Where does it go and in what situation does increasing it help?

I've searched, but didn't find anything solid. I really want facts about it. Not speculation or conjecture.

I have a sneaking suspicion that increasing it will help with the problem I'm having where PCI-E bandwidth suddenly tanks with 3-Way and 4-Way SLI.
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post #937 of 1199
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Can anyone explain the PCH 1.1V and PCH 1.5V settings? Where does it go and in what situation does increasing it help?

I've searched, but didn't find anything solid. I really want facts about it. Not speculation or conjecture.

I have a sneaking suspicion that increasing it will help with the problem I'm having where PCI-E bandwidth suddenly tanks with 3-Way and 4-Way SLI.

I have 3-way sli and noticed when i unplugged the molex cable from the motherboard, i don't have that strange 5 fps drop anymore.

But there is still the case of some games like COD Ghosts chewing up all the VRAM and having a spaz when quickly moving the mouse around as textures are loaded up - other wise it runs really good.
post #938 of 1199
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I have 3-way sli and noticed when i unplugged the molex cable from the motherboard, i don't have that strange 5 fps drop anymore.

But there is still the case of some games like COD Ghosts chewing up all the VRAM and having a spaz when quickly moving the mouse around as textures are loaded up - other wise it runs really good.

Where do the 1.1V and 1.5V on the Platform Controller Hub go to and in what situation does increasing these settings have a benefit?

Need someone "in the know".
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post #939 of 1199
For those who don't know, this is what I'm talking about: http://www.overclock.net/t/1289956/asrock-x79-extreme-11-owners-issues-hopefully-fixes/870#post_21305749

PCI-E bandwidth suddenly degrades with zero errors or warning with 3-Way and 4-Way setups. The only indication is the framerate instantly dropping. The game/app that's running still continues to run.

The only fix for the performance reduction is a reboot of the system.

I've been experimenting with PCH 1.1V and 1.5V settings. I tried 1.6V on the 1.5V setting.... no change. 1.2V on the 1.1V setting... no change.

I'm a picky person and take pride in my systems. I enjoy having a PC that is perfect. 100% stable in EVERYTHING. While I don't get any lockups or crashes with this issue (an issue that happens only during system stress) it still annoys me. I know that I'm part of the 1% of the 1% of the 1% with such a setup, but I think something needs to be done to resolve this issue. I've pretty much exhausted all settings I can try.
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post #940 of 1199
I have 4 video cards in my system that they don't sell blocks for anymore (non-reference 680 Classy's) so I can't see how I can put fittings on the SB chipset. I would on OTOH be interested in a mosfet block on it's own. It will help with my CPU voltage settings. Let me know price and delivery expectations
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