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post #6491 of 14763
You can try changing it if the board will not POST with high memory speeds to something under 1.8V

How much effect this has will vary from CPU to CPU, and on normal cooling it may not make much difference (may even make things worse).
post #6492 of 14763
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Originally Posted by Jpmboy View Post

Thanks for the insights. And sorry to pester you with questions. It is curious that if the problem is related to your first point, ground potential, it only shows up with 3 cards and not 2 on multiple PSUs. So to OC the 4 cards... how many PSUs were you running during that OC session? Two identical units? (I don't cryo-cool any more)

Would you suspect the, or any multiple PSU issue can minimized if i were to use 2 identical PSUs, which share a dedicated circuit and the same ground? I think this is a pretty important question since there are a bunch of folks here using multiple PSUs for their surround gaming rigs.

Frustrating since I did not experienced this problem with my p9x79-E WS, but it was loaded with watercooled titans (softmods only), not these WCd kingpins. (that was a very good mobo! sold it to a buddy when the R4BE came out guiltysmiley.gif)

thanks for the pointers.


We used four - and had to return some newer ones to the vendors as they would kill cards when run this way.

The P9X79-E WS does not have PCIe LEDs so I doubt you would have known what was occurring on that board...
post #6493 of 14763
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Originally Posted by Raja@ASUS View Post

We used four - and had to return some newer ones to the vendors as they would kill cards when run this way.

The P9X79-E WS does not have PCIe LEDs so I doubt you would have known what was occurring on that board...
Yeah, sorry i wasn't clear about that... - the LEDs are on the graphics cards. Your point about ground potentials may be the cause. Have to find out how to deal with that. Without a doubt, multiple PSUs rigs are very common.



Edited by Jpmboy - 3/14/14 at 11:31am
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post #6494 of 14763
guys someone help me?
Should I overclokkare my 4930K with ram corsair dominator 8x4 gb 2133 32 cl 1.65volt
  9-11-11-31, I'm not an expert on UEFI BIOS, I would need a detailed guide, with two settings, one quiet and one overclok highest .. Thank you.
post #6495 of 14763
Nice job on the new BIOS. This wasn't possible before as easily @ 1.65V; board is now scaling like I needed. wink.gif



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guys someone help me?
Should I overclokkare my 4930K with ram corsair dominator 8x4 gb 2133 32 cl 1.65volt
9-11-11-31, I'm not an expert on UEFI BIOS, I would need a detailed guide, with two settings, one quiet and one overclok highest .. Thank you.


Enable XMP(hope you do not have two kits), then set CPU voltage according to cooling, and adjust CPU multi. CPUs are pretty varied, you must test yourself.
Edited by cadaveca - 3/14/14 at 1:00pm
post #6496 of 14763
Hey Cadaveca,

Would you think i would gain some more with the new Bios??? I see your running a 4960X the same as me my friend!!

Here is my recent test results so far with my RAM OC!







Respectfully,

AJ.
post #6497 of 14763
You're write performance is low, I think. Should be able to get read/write similar, with copy just a bit lower. Can't say exactly what you need to do without doing a lot of work.




Finally got my H80i back from RMA, crazy how poopy the other unit really was compared to this one, saw a drop of 20C under Prime95 biggrin.gif.
Edited by cadaveca - 3/14/14 at 1:11pm
post #6498 of 14763
Yeah i can see that but, what ever i try to change its nearly the same results, that's why i was asking you about the new Bios, and whether it has made those changes you posted!!!

If so i would consider giving it a try and up grading from the 0507 i am using now!

L1,L2,L3 Are all about the same as yours so not to far away there!



Thanks,

AJ.
post #6499 of 14763
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Originally Posted by Ajay57 View Post

Yeah i can see that but, what ever i try to change its nearly the same results, that's why i was asking you about the new Bios, and whether it has made those changes you posted!!!

If so i would consider giving it a try and up grading from the 0507 i am using now!



Thanks,

AJ.

Nah, bandwidth was OK before, but clock scaling was not. I cannot tell you exactly what's different, but it works for my config when others did not. Maybe the new board helped too.mad.gif

No, really, that's just me trolling the ASUS guys here a bit. New board, but I get ~60 MHz more out of these sticks with my particular settings @ 1.65 V and performance is good enough, compared to earlier BIOS.

I'm using 1.3 V on CPU, VTT @ 1.05 V, VCCSA @ 1.0V, DRAM @ 1.65V(everything else set to stock manually), primary and secondary timings set manually without enabling XMP.

Before I complained the P9X79 was better, now both are equal to me with respect to 24/7 clocking, but RIVBE has better features and efficiency.
Edited by cadaveca - 3/14/14 at 1:22pm
post #6500 of 14763
Well its great to have you back on board again!!


Thanks and yeah i might give the new bios ago.

The set up looks really sweet!

AJ.
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