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Strange that you are facing ram problems Luna.... Had some ram stabilitiy issues but a bit of VCCSA volt push and it's rock stable.

Oh yah.... System is running with blocks on! thumb.gif





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post #6142 of 14839
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Originally Posted by kpoeticg View Post

I need to decide on an AC router soon myself. Trying to decide between the Asus and the Netgear Nighthawk

On my phone but wanted to comment on this if youve got a 150mbs connection or higher then the 1750 or 1900 will benefit you if not then anything 1200+ paired with the ac1200 from the rivbe will qork fine since its rated at 1200.

I have the 1750 pcie on my older rig but there is a speed diff only because i have the faster connection.

As for routers i was hesitant with asus in the beginning but google tomato and theres another firmware i use that enavles enterprise features and tons of others on the asus suck as really tweaking things.

Course there might be one outfor dlink as well. Cant really go wrong with either but verify onboard ram as well more to comment on when i get to a comp.
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post #6143 of 14839
King4x4 very nice build.

Decided to go with a Rampage lV Black Edition rather than 1150 will post pictures some time after March 12th. Sold the Rampage lll Black Edition & 990X CPU. Thanks for the recommendations. smile.gif

Is this a good set up on a Rampage lV Black Edition M/Board water blocks XS-PC

CPU I 7 4930K Water Block XS-PC

Ram Team Extream LV 8x4 = 32 _ 2133 Bus CL.11 Hynix MFR _ Water Blocks XS-PC

Or should I use

G.Skillb Trident-X 8x4=32 _ 2133 bus ram using Samsung HCH9 _ Water Blocks XS-PC
post #6144 of 14839
For those of you experiencing OCP related shutdowns, you can try enabling CPU Current Inertia before you change OCP if you wish. This setting is tied to the buck controller, and allows the buck controller to raise voltage when countering a load transient. With it disabled, the current being drawn increases as the voltage stays low, which is why OCP needs to be offset higher that usual. As P=VA we can skin the cat either way on a 24/7 system - there is no difference in either approach in terms of what is better for the CPU (power is a combination of voltage and current, not one without the other), so pick your poison.



Next build 6** onwards will patch the OCP related shutdowns. (should be out soon).


Follow up OC guide with some more simple debugging info and OC stuff (24/7 use) in general: http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?44467-Overclocking-Tips-Beginner-and-Advanced-Guide-to-Overclocking&country=&status=



-Raja
Edited by Raja@ASUS - 3/2/14 at 1:14am
post #6145 of 14839
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Originally Posted by LunaP View Post
 
On my phone but wanted to comment on this if youve got a 150mbs connection or higher then the 1750 or 1900 will benefit you if not then anything 1200+ paired with the ac1200 from the rivbe will qork fine since its rated at 1200.

I have the 1750 pcie on my older rig but there is a speed diff only because i have the faster connection.

As for routers i was hesitant with asus in the beginning but google tomato and theres another firmware i use that enavles enterprise features and tons of others on the asus suck as really tweaking things.

Course there might be one outfor dlink as well. Cant really go wrong with either but verify onboard ram as well more to comment on when i get to a comp.

 

Thanx for the tips. 

 

I definitely know about Tomato/OpenWRT/DDWRT. I usually flash my routers

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Originally Posted by Raja@ASUS View Post

For those of you experiencing OCP related shutdowns, you can try enabling CPU Current Inertia before you change OCP if you wish. This setting is tied to the buck controller, and allows the buck controller to raise voltage when countering a load transient. With it disabled, the current being drawn increases as the voltage stays low, which is why OCP needs to be offset higher that usual. As P=VA we can skin the cat either way on a 24/7 system - there is no difference in either approach in terms of what is better for the CPU (power is a combination of voltage and current, not one without the other), so pick your poison.



Next build 6** onwards will patch the OCP related shutdowns. (should be out soon).


Follow up OC guide with some more simple debugging info and OC stuff (24/7 use) in general: http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?44467-Overclocking-Tips-Beginner-and-Advanced-Guide-to-Overclocking&country=&status=



-Raja

 

OMG, i didn't even think you had an account on here. Good to see you active in this thread. Thanx for the link

    
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post #6146 of 14839
Raja

Thank you for the link and guide very informative..
post #6147 of 14839
Hello

With a new R4BE, last night I tuned off my PC (power off) and yesterday morning when I started the PC, bios settings were reset to 0.
I have this problem if I turn off the power supply. If I don't turn off it, no problem.

I have no error message for overclock, the only message is "CPU FAN error" (just like after a CMOS).
And all the settings in the bios are by default

So I changed the CMOS battery yesterday, and the same problem this morning

I'll try lowering the overclock but if someone has an idea
Or if the motherboard has a problem?

Thanks for your help
Edited by tistou77 - 3/2/14 at 4:43am
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post #6148 of 14839
Quote:
Originally Posted by Raja@ASUS View Post

For those of you experiencing OCP related shutdowns, you can try enabling CPU Current Inertia before you change OCP if you wish. This setting is tied to the buck controller, and allows the buck controller to raise voltage when countering a load transient. With it disabled, the current being drawn increases as the voltage stays low, which is why OCP needs to be offset higher that usual. As P=VA we can skin the cat either way on a 24/7 system - there is no difference in either approach in terms of what is better for the CPU (power is a combination of voltage and current, not one without the other), so pick your poison.



Next build 6** onwards will patch the OCP related shutdowns. (should be out soon).


Follow up OC guide with some more simple debugging info and OC stuff (24/7 use) in general: http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?44467-Overclocking-Tips-Beginner-and-Advanced-Guide-to-Overclocking&country=&status=



-Raja

Thanks! Nice to see you here!
post #6149 of 14839
Quote:
Originally Posted by Raja@ASUS View Post

For those of you experiencing OCP related shutdowns, you can try enabling CPU Current Inertia before you change OCP if you wish. This setting is tied to the buck controller, and allows the buck controller to raise voltage when countering a load transient. With it disabled, the current being drawn increases as the voltage stays low, which is why OCP needs to be offset higher that usual. As P=VA we can skin the cat either way on a 24/7 system - there is no difference in either approach in terms of what is better for the CPU (power is a combination of voltage and current, not one without the other), so pick your poison.



Next build 6** onwards will patch the OCP related shutdowns. (should be out soon).


Follow up OC guide with some more simple debugging info and OC stuff (24/7 use) in general: http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?44467-Overclocking-Tips-Beginner-and-Advanced-Guide-to-Overclocking&country=&status=



-Raja

If I put together a small and to the point list of bugs will you look into them?
I know of at least half a dozen.
post #6150 of 14839
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did you download the new bluetooth drivers from asus, i have no problems


Yes I did, I'm starting to think I have a defective board
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