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post #6831 of 14918
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Originally Posted by Raja@ASUS View Post

We will shift the VRM scale at stock to about 160% in an upcoming build (will be auto at 160%) at stock.

Oc'd CPus may need tuning on a case by case basis if they are like yours. Not many out there like yours. I have only 4-5 cases now where some CPUs need OCP raised at stock (not at OC so far).


Why do you need to change VCCSA OCP at stock on the bad chip? I ask because, so far it only takes moving CPU VRM current capability to the correct range to fix any shutdowns. has that bad chip been hammered with Ln2? If thats the cause of its current being high, I would not expect a patch to 170% OCP at stock for it.

We won't be shifting the scale as far as I know (plenty of CPus that don't need the current yours do - like the 4 core parts). Scale will stay as is, default OCP will simply be increased so that 99.9% of users dont need to set in manually. We will not be shifting 140% =100% for your good CPU. You can simply leave OCP on Auto and not set it manually for your good CPU. You post implies 140% is fine for that chip, so no issue there. smile.gif

-Raja

So all those VRM options like spread spectrum and whatever...are there for no reason?


OH, you guys have ES BIOS that makes 180% actually 180%?

So for normal users, many of those VRM options are useless...why are they even there?

AI-AI-AI...options there you cannot use are a tease!

VCCSA on bad chip...is just a poopy chip. That one saw no LN2....no point. Power consumption is too high already, and decent LN2 clock would push ~500W.


In the end, I think these CPUs are just all a bit worse than what you guys got as samples. I don't blame the board per se, but I do know that on P9X79 Deluxe, I can run stock with VRM spread spectrum and 100% current setting no problem.


When you set 130% or lower, more options "open up"....I just want those options usable @ 140%, or whatever, honestly.

Because good chip..set 130%...it's not stable any more. clearly, to me, given power draw...140% actually = 100%.

And yeah, OC is fine....like ***?!?

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Edited by cadaveca - 3/29/14 at 9:29am
post #6832 of 14918
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Originally Posted by cadaveca View Post

So all those VRM options like spread spectrum and whatever...are there for no reason?


OH, you guys have ES BIOS that makes 180% actually 180%?

So for normal users, many of those VRM options are useless...why are they even there?

AI-AI-AI...options there you cannot use are a tease!

1) No ES UEFI build required.

2) If 100% were 140% like you want it to be, the 4 core 8 thread CPUs would need to be at 50%-70% to have a useful cut-off point that someone can use.

3) VRM Spread Spectrum modulates the VRM frequency - so it may impact stability in a negative way.
Edited by Raja@ASUS - 3/29/14 at 9:32am
post #6833 of 14918
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Originally Posted by Raja@ASUS View Post

No ES UEFI build required.

If 100% were 140% like you want it to be, the 4 core 8 thread CPUs would need to be at 50%-70% to have a useful cut-off point that someone can use.

I do understand.

Just relating my frustrations.


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post #6834 of 14918
Is anyone out there who has contact to XSPC???...Major Problem in here mad.gif
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Well finally got mine up and running. Should hold me over till Broadwell-E tongue.gif
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post #6836 of 14918
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Is anyone out there who has contact to XSPC???...Major Problem in here mad.gif


Try this as i have in the past and they replied fairly quickly as well!

1, http://www.xs-pc.com/support/

Also check out the Web Site for a Phone Number!!

Regards,

AJ.
post #6837 of 14918
Well, I took my RIVE to a shop because I couldn't figure out the RAM Issue I was having and apparently Slot B1 was damaged. So I guess its time to RMA this thing and get a RIV BE to replace it possibly and sell the RMA Return RIVE biggrin.gif
 
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post #6838 of 14918
Imho, great choice for a new 1, sorry to hear about the other board, but now you can have that black beauty, no not the horse. lol
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post #6839 of 14918
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Originally Posted by fishingfanatic View Post

Well there must be something I'm doing wrong.I can run 4.6 @ 1.35 v. New beta bios, but can't get over 4.7 without crashing.
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That's because once you hit a wall with the frequency, it's possibly a hard wall. Sometimes additional voltage does nothing.

4.7 is not stable for me with any sane voltage. Better just forget about it.
post #6840 of 14918
Hello biggrin.gif

I am also a proud owner of a RIVBE now and ran straight into problems frown.gif
First i updated to the latest BIOS 0602 since i read that it should fix some stuff regarding OCP.

My Hardware on Benchtable is:
RIV BE
1 Stick of Corsair 2133 in D1 (Stick is from Quad Channel Kit CMT16GX3M4X2133C9 that works perfectly in my RIVE)
Corsair 1200i
X300 Card for Output
Samsung 840 Pro for Windows

All Settings are default (XMP enabled)

After i put the System under a bit load (like Prime95 "blend") the System just restarts (without any blue screen).

I tried to set OCP 160% / CPU current inertia on enabled

Any pointers what i could try?
Edited by xRuBiCoNx - 3/29/14 at 4:44pm
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