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Didn't help, tried VTT/ VCSSA @ 1.2V, tried 130% on VCSSA and DRAM , 1.7V on memory etc and didnt help.

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Didn't help, tried VTT/ VCSSA @ 1.2V, tried 130% on VCSSA and DRAM , 1.7V on memory etc and didnt help.

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Try VTT/ VCSSA @ 1.25v for 2666mhz ......
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Originally Posted by HOMECINEMA-PC View Post

Try VTT/ VCSSA @ 1.25v for 2666mhz ......

^^^^^This.

I'm telling you, for VCSSA 1.20v flat isn't always enough. At just 2133, mine requires 1.212v... it will literally crash if I try to limit it at 1.20; rock solid stable at 1.212. Memory controller on IB-e is very sensitive.
post #12754 of 14770
I tried 1.25V for VTT and VCSSA, DRAM voltage 1.7V etc. and still didn't help.

RAM is stable @ 2666MHz 11-13-13-35, 2T , 1.65V , VTT/VCSSA 1.175V.

But regardless of what I do IT STILL HAS LOW PERFORMANCE compared to 2333MHz 10-12-12-31 and suffers of "Write performance bug".

I tried everything I could think off for 2666MHz:

1.25V VTT/ VCSSA
1.7V DRAM voltage

130% for VCSSA and DRAM digi
Extreme for DRAM LLC

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Originally Posted by KingT View Post

I tried 1.25V for VTT and VCSSA, DRAM voltage 1.7V etc. and still didn't help.

RAM is stable @ 2666MHz 11-13-13-35, 2T , 1.65V , VTT/VCSSA 1.175V.

But regardless of what I do IT STILL HAS LOW PERFORMANCE compared to 2333MHz 10-12-12-31 and suffers of "Write performance bug".

I tried everything I could think off for 2666MHz:

1.25V VTT/ VCSSA
1.7V DRAM voltage

130% for VCSSA and DRAM digi
Extreme for DRAM LLC

CHEERS..


Which bios are you on, I'd set it to high vs Extreme, also do you have INRUSH disabled? It's directly below LLC, also set both VCSSA in the same area to optimized and 130%

Can you post your full bios settings, take screenshots then post them in line here for each section.

Also again please post your 2ndary timings.

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Originally Posted by chrisnyc75 View Post

^^^^^This.

I'm telling you, for VCSSA 1.20v flat isn't always enough. At just 2133, mine requires 1.212v... it will literally crash if I try to limit it at 1.20; rock solid stable at 1.212. Memory controller on IB-e is very sensitive.

Pretty much all rigs will be diff, however in these cases vcore/VTT/VCSSA are primary areas,

I'm lucky enough to have 1.1 for my VCSSA for 2133 @ 64gbs, however I cannot push my CPU to 4.6 since it requires a full volt which isn't worth it IMO.

Oddly it doesn't work on 0603-0801 but on 0602 (which is Raj's personal sauce ) everything is flawless.
Edited by LunaP - 8/20/15 at 12:22pm
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I have Rampage IV Formula, not Extreme or BE.

I don't have INRUSH setting in BIOS and I'm on latest 5001 ver. for this board.

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Which bios are you on, I'd set it to high vs Extreme, also do you have INRUSH disabled? It's directly below LLC, also set both VCSSA in the same area to optimized and 130%

Can you post your full bios settings, take screenshots then post them in line here for each section.

Also again please post your 2ndary timings.
Pretty much all rigs will be diff, however in these cases vcore/VTT/VCSSA are primary areas,

I'm lucky enough to have 1.1 for my VCSSA for 2133 @ 64gbs, however I cannot push my CPU to 4.6 since it requires a full volt which isn't worth it IMO.

Oddly it doesn't work on 0603-0801 but on 0602 (which is Raj's personal sauce ) everything is flawless.

Oh yeah, absolutely each rig is different, I only mean to emphasize MY experience in hopes that it might also help this other guy/gal. I spent what seemed like FOREVER trying to get my system stable, could not figure it out for the life of me. Then I bumped up vcssa .01v and BAM - absolutely stable. I was even able to bump DOWN my vcore, because I had bumped it up higher than I needed thinking vcore was the problem.

The moral of the story is it's NOT always vcore. And IB-e likes vcssa. Try it, you might like it. wink.gif
post #12758 of 14770
R4 Formula is a really good board BUT its really a Sandybee mobo .

But I did manage to get 2722Mhz using i7 3820 .

Its not really the board to use with Ivybee if after high mem overclocks .

Its really a max 2400 - 2500mhz dram board , depending on sample thumb.gif
Edited by HOMECINEMA-PC - 8/20/15 at 3:47pm
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Sorry I assume this has been asked many times, but I haven't actively read this thread.

Does the Intel 750 SSD work as bootable with this board? Can you install Windows on it properly? I had so much trouble getting Win8 to install on Intel 750 with R5E, so I am guessing the R4BE will not be any easier if at all? Any tips if successful and which BIOS version? No Windows 10 thanks. thumb.gif
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Sorry I assume this has been asked many times, but I haven't actively read this thread.

Does the Intel 750 SSD work as bootable with this board? Can you install Windows on it properly? I had so much trouble getting Win8 to install on Intel 750 with R5E, so I am guessing the R4BE will not be any easier if at all? Any tips if successful and which BIOS version? No Windows 10 thanks. thumb.gif
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