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Originally Posted by cadaveca View Post


as to BCLK needing less voltage...maybe. I am sure some chips are this way, since I have one that is.. but not all. Maybe the lower multi is just more stable. I like 4.5 GHz @ 125 since it's non-turbo, and perhaps turbo complicates things. I can't run my RIVBE as a 24/7 rig; just gaming - so the minor power savings offered means nothing.

I've also seen CPU's that run better on even vs. odd multi's and vice versa.
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post #6432 of 14763
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Originally Posted by Gunslinger. View Post

If this is a 24/7 type system, I'd be real careful tightening up RAM timings, that's a real good way to hose an OS. Not to mention you'll see very minimal gains if at all.

If it's bench rig, go for it. biggrin.gif

or stick a CD of memtestX86 and boot from it to test the RAM timing change without going into Windoze.
    
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Does the newest version display RAM frequencies and timings correctly?

The last time I went this route the numbers were way off vs. what was set in the bios. Not that that means the RAM wasn't being stressed or anything, just more of an annoyance then anything. thumb.gif
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post #6434 of 14763
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Does the newest version display RAM frequencies and timings correctly?

The last time I went this route the numbers were way off vs. what was set in the bios. Not that that means the RAM wasn't being stressed or anything, just more of an annoyance then anything. thumb.gif

Nah, still doesn't work, and it still doesn't test properly unless you run it for a week or so. Even the first pass is a shortened version, 2nd pass takes twice as long.

However, bandwidth numbers are accurate enough that you can look at overall performance from set to set to find IMC limits pretty easily.
post #6435 of 14763
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Originally Posted by Raghar View Post

VCC is bit low for that speed (if LLC is at regular). 1.180 V is more likely to be perfectly stable. If IBT would crash at that voltage as well, it might be just a quirk of that particular CPU.

Not sure how much higher it needs to be, I read on some other forum that it needed to be around 0.5 less than vtt, thats the reason its at that. I don't mind if ibt fails as I am not using it for that, gaming wise it has not failed once, never crashes, totally stable under anything else besides that. I just wanted to make sure my voltages are not dangerous and in no way can harm my cpu or any other component of my pc. Its a 3970x and under load never goes over 65c with a custom loop.
Edited by webhito - 3/12/14 at 2:37pm
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New BIOS 0602 out.
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post #6437 of 14763
Whats in the remarks section and is there any stability for IB-E???

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As usual vague, stability improvements.
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post #6439 of 14763
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Not sure how much higher it needs to be, I read on some other forum that it needed to be around 0.5 less than vtt, thats the reason its at that. I don't mind if ibt fails as I am not using it for that, gaming wise it has not failed once, never crashes, totally stable under anything else besides that. I just wanted to make sure my voltages are not dangerous and in no way can harm my cpu or any other component of my pc. Its a 3970x and under load never goes over 65c with a custom loop.
VCC is the main voltage, it can be under 1.300 V.
VCCSA is that dangerous voltage that should be kept low, it's mainly required for RAM. (and should be close to VTT 1, VTT 2nd is supposed to be decoupled from the rest of CPU package and have 0 effects on overclocking, at least according to guide for RIVE)
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As usual vague, stability improvements.
The most important question is: Is it different from BETA version that everyone is using?
post #6440 of 14763
@Raja@ASUS Any changes in the released 0602 from the beta?
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