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post #571 of 575
I have MSI X79A-GD45 Plus + 4930k and it's acting weird. When I choose strap to x1.00/100bclk then memory is running at max 2400. When I set 2666 at x1.0 strap then board is trying to boot but always fails and is resetting settings. 2400 at x1.0 strap is running fine with VCCSA/IO near ~1.1V ( maybe lower, I just set that manually and it passed tests ).
When I set strap to x1.25 or x1.67 then it's working without issues @2666 and is passing benchmarks up to ~2730.
Something like on the screenshot below is max so far ( that I already posted in the other thread ) :


Command Rate 1 is not working at all on my board.
post #572 of 575
I'm a little frustrated right now. Since yesterday morning I'm priming my new rig now. (EVGA X79 DARK + 4930K)
For 4500 i need 1.44V for prime small fft and for 4400 i need 1.34V. Prime Large FFT were a lot better, but in small I wasn't able get it stable with lower voltages. Seems i didn't get a good chip frown.gif

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Edited by walsmi90 - 9/26/13 at 1:04am
post #573 of 575
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Originally Posted by walsmi90 View Post

I'm a little frustrated right now. Since yesterday morning I'm priming my new rig now. (EVGA X79 DARK + 4930K)
For 4500 i need 1.44V for prime small fft and for 4400 i need 1.34V. Prime Large FFT were a lot better, but in small I wasn't able get it stable with lower voltages. Seems i didn't get a good chip frown.gif

Everything is tested with HT on...

have you updated to the newest EVGA bios?
post #574 of 575
I flashed BIOS V2.04.
post #575 of 575
There was quite a bit of "there's not a big differentiator between SBE and IBE." Watch this video, where at 9:40 they start to talk about per core, in OS dynamic OC based on the application need. I guess Intel XTU can do this. It may be minor, but a differentiator for Ivy Bridge-E nonetheless.
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