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post #6871 of 15044
No other settings should cause restarts this way.

Do this as a last sanity check:

1) Clear CMOS.
2) Set CPU VRM OCP to 180%
3) Leave DRAM at default (don't set XMP).

If the board still restarts, disable Anti-surge and try again. Also just use a single memory module - and rotate it through each channel and see if that has any affect on restart behaviour.

If the board keeps on restarting under these conditions I'd RMA it. Just check the socket for any bent pins though before you do.

When you get the new board, set it up on a non-conductive surface, with a bare minimum of components and check it for a few days before putting it into a case.

-Raja
post #6872 of 15044
Note: The out side of a non-conductive bag IS NOT non-conductive.
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post #6873 of 15044
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Lol. Yes, I'm laughing too at how condescending you always seems to be to whom ever does anything but agree with everything you say.
Of course there are other manufact. That used PSC, but Gskill seem to have the most out there and most prominent.

Sorry, I don't mean to sound condescending, that's just how I talk all the time. tongue.gif I AM an overly confident person, but at the same time, it is no problem to be wrong...gotta learn somehow! wink.gif

The Mushkin Redline and Blackline PSC 6-8-6 stuff was pretty common, but for sure the best clockers always seemed to be G.Skill sticks. But then, maybe your right, and that is simply because they were more common.
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After I put 1.) back to Stock restart 2ish Minutes after Prime
After I put 2.) back to Stock restart 5ish Minutes after Prime
After I put 3.) back to Stock restart after I started Prime


Keep those change Raja suggested, and push VCCSA up a bit, to like 1.05V. My CPUs, too high or too low gets reboots.


Also, if you changed ram at any point, best to clear CMOS.
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post #6874 of 15044
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Welcome to the Rampage IV Black Edition Owner's Club!


(Everything is subject to change without you taking the time to realize! Huzzah!)

Welcome to the thread, and congrats on owning the top dawg of the x79 industry! You've got a powerful force in your hands, and we're plenty excited to hear what you're doing with it biggrin.gif



So what's in the thread and what are we doing?


  • First and foremost showing our pride by holding it up zelda style!(Music is optional);
  • Sharing experiences with our boards and others looking to purchase;
  • Overclocks , assistance with and best practices for the board.
  • Anything else you can think for this board.


Table of Contents


  1. Board specifications
  2. Board Owners
  3. RIVBE Owner's club signature biggrin.gif
  4. Requirements for being added to the overclocking achievements list
  5. Bios versions list
  6. Known hardware and software Issues
  7. Build logs of RIVBE Users
  8. OC Record Holders
    - Memory
    - CPU





Board Specifications!

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Based on Intel’s X79 Express chipset with support for Intel’s LGA 2011 Core i7 Ivy Bridge-E CPUs, the new Rampage IV Black Edition is based on an E-ATX form factor and features all of the best ROG technologies and innovations for unrivaled gaming and overclocking performance. Born to push limits and break records, it includes the OC Panel, a real-time system-monitoring and tuning console that is great for gamers and a huge advantage for overclockers. It can be mounted in a 5.25? bay for everyday monitoring of temperatures, base clock and fan speeds while also offering one-click CPU Level Up for an instant speed boost. Externally, it can sit on the desktop and be used to monitor and control multiple parameters in real-time via onboard buttons. Extreme overclocking has never been easier!

As far as the specification go, the new ASUS ROG Rampage IV Black Edition features four PCI-Express 3.0 x16 slots with support for both 4-way NVIDIA SLI and AMD CrossFireX, two PCI-Express 2.0 x1 slot, eight DIMM memory slots will support for up to 64GB of DDR3 DRAM and will comes with included free copy of Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag game.

Although it was not yet widely available, ASUS ROG Rampage IV Black Edition have already been in the hands of world-class overclockers and currently holds top scores in multiple benchmarks as well as other world records on the X79 platform.

In order to make a perfect and premium X79-based motherboard, ROG engineers combined thoughtful design with superior quality components providing it with Extreme Engine DIGI+ III voltage-regulator module (VRM) for highly precise and stable power delivery by employing NexFET MOSFETs, 60A (amp) chokes and high-endurance Japanese-made 10K black metallic capacitors. With black-themed heatsink that is integrated with the MOSFET area and extends to the input/output cover, the new Rampage IV Black Edition provides not only better cooling and stability but also a piece of bragging right in any open-window case.

The new Rampage IV Black Edition also comes with built-in SupremeFX Black technology provides sound quality that is on par with high-end dedicated sound cards. Premium components such as ELNA audio capacitors and German-made WIMA film capacitors deliver impeccable clarity, while high-fidelity op-amps (operational amplifiers) and a Cirrus Logic CS4398 DAC (digital/analog converter) deliver lossless audio and a brilliant 120dB SNR (signal-to-noise ratio).

It just would not be a Republic of Gamers product without the Sonic Radar, an on-screen overlay that provides fans of first-person shooter (FPS) games with an ear to the ground, as it displays the precise direction and origin of in-game sounds such as gunshots, footsteps and call-outs ? giving ROG gamers a leg-up when trying to pinpoint the enemy. It also features ultra-fast Intel Gigabit Ethernet with ROG’s GameFirst II utility which optimizes network traffic to keep latency at a minimum and reduce all-important ping times as well as the ROG RAMDisk utility which allows up to 80% of a computer’s available RAM to be used as a high-speed virtual drive ? lending a strong performance boost to many modern games that regularly read or write data during gameplay.


Additional Write up for our OC Enthusiasts

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Rampage IV Black Edition has eight DIMM sockets for up to 64GB of DRAM (DDR3 2800MHz+, overclocked), supports up to 4-way graphics card (multi-GPU) setups, includes Extreme Engine DIGI+ III voltage-regulator module (VRM) for ultra-stable power delivery and benefits from SupremeFX Black, for audio that’s as great as a high-end dedicated sound card. Bundled with a free copy of Assassin's Creed® IV: Black Flag, it is a truly formmidable package.



ROG assembled the best to break the limits

Rampage IV Black Edition has been modeled to delight overclockers. The motherboard is bundled with OC Panel, a real-time system-monitoring and tuning console that’s great for gamers and a huge advantage for overclockers. It can be mounted internally for everyday monitoring of temperatures, base clock and fan speeds with one-click CPU Level Up for an instant speed boost, or used externally for hardcore tweaking to monitor and control multiple parameters via on-machine buttons in real-time. Extreme overclocking has never been easier.

Rampage IV Black Edition has plenty of room for multi-GPU setups, with support for both 4-way NVIDIA® SLI™ and AMD CrossFireX so gamers can also unleash th the full power of the latest graphics technologies.

To break the limits, ROG engineers combined thoughtful design with superior quality components. Rampage IV Black Edition’s Extreme Engine DIGI+ III voltage-regulator module (VRM) provides highly precise and stable power delivery by employing NexFET MOSFETs, 60A (amp) chokes and high-endurance Japanese-made 10K black metallic capacitors. As well, the motherboard’s awesome black-themed heat-sink is exclusively cleverly integrated with the MOSFET area and extends to the input/output (I/O) cover for even better cooling and stability.

With such masterful design, it is no surprise that Rampage IV Black Edition has already broken many world records. It currently holds world-beating scores in 3DMark11 Entry (E39244), 3DMark11 Performance (P41531), 3DMark11 Extreme (X22531), 3DMark Fire Strike (34246) and 3DMark Vantage (P96500). As well as setting new top scores in these exacting benchmark tests, Rampage IV Black Edition has also claimed numerous other world records on X79 platform, overclocking an i7-4820k processor to 6943MHz and G.Skill quad-channel DDR3 kit to 4072MHz. It has also generated the highest base clock (BCLK) yet for the X79 platform an astonishing 197.16MHz and pushed the Intel Extreme Tuning Utility all the way up to 1924 marks.



Built for the most demanding games and gamers

Rampage IV Black Edition is packed with features that will delight the hardest of hardcore gamers. Built-in SupremeFX Black technology provides sound quality that’s on a par with high-end dedicated sound cards. Premium components such as ELNA® audio capacitors and German-made WIMA® film capacitors deliver impeccable performance, while high-fidelity op-amps (operational amplifiers) and a Cirrus Logic® CS4398 DAC (digital/analog converter) deliver lossless audio and a brilliant 120dB SNR (signal-to-noise ratio). A Hi-Fi-quality Texas Instruments® TPA6120A2 600ohm headphone amplifier boosts every sound detail for personal listening, too. Exclusive EMI (electromagnetic interference) isolation technology and a newly-upgraded NEC/TOKIN UC2 audio relay protects electrical circuits from overload and reduces ‘pops’ enabling Rampage IV Black Edition to deliver warm, clear and natural audio.

ROG’s Sonic Radar on-screen overlay provides fans of first-person shooter (FPS) games with an ear to the ground, as it displays the precise direction and origin of in-game sounds such as gunshots, footsteps and call-outs giving ROG gamers a foot-up when trying to pinpoint the enemy.

Ultra-fast Intel Gigabit Ethernet with ROG’s GameFirst II utility optimizes network traffic to keep latency to minimum and reduce all-important ‘ping’ times, while the ROG RAMDisk utility allows up to 80% of a computer’s available RAM to be dedicated as a high-speed virtual drive lending a strong performance boost to thee many modern games that regularly read or write data during play.

Stunning style to the core

Rampage IV Black Edition is undoubtedly stunning to behold and the sensational black styling runs ddeeper than surface beauty. The new motherboard includes a UEFI BIOS that displays a friendly graphical interface styled with the gorgeous new black theme.

As well as looking fantastic, Rampage IV Black Edition’s new UEFI BIOS is brilliantly easy to use with tons of powerful tuning options and the ability to set up overclocking profiles. Built in to the UEFI BIOS is Secure Erase, a feature that lets users quickly restore SSDs to a factory-fresh condition for the best possible performance.



Board specifications

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Rampage IV Black Edition

Supported CPU
CPU Socket Type
LGA 2011
CPU Type
Core i7 (LGA2011)
Supported CPU Technologies
Turbo Boost Technology 2.0

Chipsets
North Bridge
Intel X79

Memory
Number of Memory Slots
8×240pin
Memory Standard
2800(O.C.)/2666(O.C.)/2600(O.C.)/2500(O.C.)/2400(O.C.)/2200(O.C.)/2133(O.C.)/2000(O.C.)/1866(O.C.)/1800(O.C.)/1600/1333 MHz
Maximum Memory Supported
64GB
Channel Supported
Quad Channel

Expansion Slots
PCI Express 3.0 x16
4 x PCIe3.0 x16 slots, support x16; x16/x16; x16/x8/x16 and x16/x8/x8/x8
PCI Express x1
2

Storage Devices
SATA 3Gb/s
4
SATA 6Gb/s
6 x SATA 6Gb/s (2 by Intel X79 chipset,4 by ASMedia controller)
SATA RAID
0/1/5/10

Onboard Audio
Audio Chipset
ROG SupremeFX
Audio Channels
8 Channels

Onboard LAN
LAN Chipset
Intel
Max LAN Speed
10/100/1000Mbps
Wireless LAN
Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac
Bluetooth
Bluetooth v4.0

Rear Panel Ports
1 x PS/2 keyboard/mouse port
4 x USB 2.0
6 x USB 3.0
2 x eSATA 6Gb/s
1 x Optical
Audio Ports
5 Ports

Internal I/O Connectors
Onboard USB
2 x USB 3.0 + 6 x USB 2.0
Other Connectors
1 x ROG extension (ROG_EXT) header
8 x 4-pin Fan connectors: 2 x CPU / 3 x Chassis / 3 x Optional
11 x ProbeIt Measurement points
3 x Thermal sensor connectors
1 x SPDIF_Out header
1 x 24-pin EATX Power connector
1 x 8-pin ATX 12V Power connectors
1 x 4-pin ATX 12V power connector
1 x LN2 Mode header
1 x Slow Mode switch
1 x START (Power On) button
1 x RESET button
1 x EZ Plug connector(s) (4-pin Molex power connector)
1 x MemOK! button
1 x BIOS Switch button
1 x Audio front panel (AAFP)
1 x System panel connector
1 x TPM connector
1 x DirectKey button
1 x DRCT (DirectKey) header

Form Factor
Extended ATX
Dimensions
12" x 10.7"
Power Pin
24 Pin

ROG Exclusive Features

ROG Extreme OC kit
-Slow Mode
-LN2 Mode
-PCIe x16 Lane switch
-EZ Plug

ROG Connect
- RC Poster
- RC Remote
- RC Diagram

ROG Extreme Engine Digi+ III
-8 phase CPU power
-3 phase VCCSA power
-2+2 phase DRAM power
-NexFET Power Block MOSFET
-60A BlackWing Chokes
-10K Black Metallic Capacitors

UEFI BIOS features
-ROG BIOS Print
-GPU.DIMM Post
-Extreme Tweaker
-Tweakers' Paradise
-ROG SSD Secure Erase
-O.C. Profile
-ROG Pulse

CPU Level Up
ProbeIt
ROG RAMDisk

Special Features

ASUS Dual Intelligent Processors 4
-4-Way Optimization Tuning Key, consolidating DIGI+ Power Control, TPU, EPU, and Fan Xpert 2

ASUS Wi-Fi GO!

Overclocking Protection
-COP EX (Component Overheat Protection-EX)
-ASUS C.P.R.(CPU Parameter Recall)

ASUS Exclusive Features
-MemOK!
-Onboard Switches: Power/Reset/Clr CMOS (at rear)
-AI Suite 3
-USB 3.0 Boost
-USB Charger+
-AI Charger+
-Disk Unlocker

ASUS EZ DIY
-USB BIOS Flashback
-ASUS CrashFree BIOS 3
-ASUS EZ Flash 2

ASUS Q-Design
-ASUS Q-Code
-ASUS Q-Shield
-ASUS Q-LED (CPU, DRAM, VGA, Boot Device LED)
-ASUS Q-Slot
-ASUS Q-DIMM
-ASUS Q-Connector

BIOS Features
-2 x 64Mb UEFI AMI BIOS, PnP, DMI2.7, WfM2.0, SM BIOS 2.7, ACPI5.0a Multi-Language BIOS

Package Contents
ASUS Rampage IV Black Edition Motherborad
User's manual
I/O Shield
OC Panel Kit
- 1 x OC Panel
- 1 x OC Panel 5.25-inch bay metal case
- 1 x OC Panel cable
- 1 set of screws
1 x 2T2R dual-band Wi-Fi moving antennas
1 x ROG Magnet
1 x ROG Connect cable
1 x 3-Way SLI bridge
1 x 4-Way SLI bridge
1 x SLI cable
1 x CrossFire cable
1 x 2-in-1 ASUS Q-Connector Kit
2 x 2-in-1 SATA 3Gb/s signal cables
3 x 2-in-1 SATA 6Gb/s signal cables
1 x 12-in-1 ROG Cable label
1 x X-Socket pad

RIVBE Owner's list!

I'll detail this better later

Skupples
Unicr0nhunter
saer
cadaveca [VIP]
WannaBeOCer
eduncan911
DBaer
Arm3nian
TK101
erayser
KoSoVaR
Redshift91
binormalkilla
combatvetgsr
BOB850123
kpoeticg
IT Diva
maxxx.ph
Heracles
Cool Mike
mphysgr
cruzdi
_REAPER_
Jacoblab
Baldguy
ZX2Slow
degenn
CerN
SDMODNoob
Aftermath2006
HydrasunGQ
RSharpe
MagnumMatt
JimmyWild
Mega Man
jamiee
Dayjavu
szeged
Bimmer555
TheDude26
cobz
VertKiller
Poolboy
6steven9
ArctiX
LaBestiaHumana
broken pixel
B 0 n 3 z 55
xvxvxv
Hotrod717
FiveEYZ
FX45Guy
johnnybravo
AgeAyeTheLabSci
danialhanson
Rental Home
SeriousBlack
Slinky PC
AndresR
mikep577
mfranco702
jokrik
wermad
MrTOOSHORT
necro1
Nicz
kazenagi
ANDEEZY
Valice
DooRules
rabidz7
strong island 1
Nalsur
moddedMessiah
WCRF_1710
SMiThaYe
Infectedshadow
Chucklez
Bick
navynuke499
gdubc
massimo40mq
tvelander
r1ingu
ProfeZZor X
JLMS2010
chimaychanga
Dreamxtreme
Elvandar
Juggalo23451
Zimzoid
Webhito
yttocstfarc
Errorist66
SeanEboy
Ajay57
axiumone
Nizzen
kzinti1
mzain109
Mydog
amra88
S1lv3rflame
Falcon3
Shadowwarez
fishingfanatic
JottaD
doctakedooty
TobbbeSWE




Owner's Club Signature

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Please update if you already haven't since the introduction of the [Official] Status for the thread.

Will more than likely be taking it to the next level later on so stay tuned thumb.gif

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Club Requirements!


You can do any of the following:

  • Screenshot of your order
  • Simply upload a screenshot of your motherboard with your Display name!
  • Or submit a CPU-Z shot. (Easiest)
  • If you ordered from NCIX simply submit a screenshot of your order.





Current BIOS and versions list


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Latest Bios!! NEW!!! 0602 BETA

Better support for SB-E chips
Supports 125 Strap for more stable OC's
Stability fixes.

2nd BIOS 0507

Stability fixes, for mem timings, and better auto settings.
Adds Vtd option (so you can disable/enable) in Bios.
Added Support for Intel Xeon family CPU's

First Bios 0403





Known Hardware and Software issues


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None at this time, updating shortly




OC Record Holders [Memory/CPU]


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Memory
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Cool Mike - 4930k @ 4.6Ghz 1.42V in bios (1.44V in CPUZ)



Any suggestions or considerations please let me know, Grammar natzi's are welcome! <3 Will be updating this over the course of the week as I gather more information!

Also for anyone looking to setup their own club and needs help w/ the design look etc, feel free to use mine as a template or PM me if you have questions on how to get certain effects!

Regarding Hardware issues:

"Not able to run ram speeds above 1600 Mhz" - Solution: Turn on X.M.P. in Bios. Reboot, and set ram speed.
post #6875 of 15044
Yeah I did that for mine. I always run xmp at least once, it seems to help somewhat but not at higher speeds like 2133 or 2400.

I thought bcuz I have 2400 mhz sticks that they should at least run that high when the system is set @ reference. I changed my settings to

2133 and it wouldn't run never mind 2400. Even with no adjustments at all they won't run at that speed.

I still have to get a decent stable oc with the strap set manually.

Right now I'm not bothering with ram too much until I get more comfortable with the board and cpu and their intricacies.

The board's ram presets r what I use. Mode 3 I believe.


I'm using G Skills Trident X series 4x4gb 2400mhz. No issues ever with my Mushkins or G Skills. The Mushkins r 2133mhz redlines. I don't

remember if they run @ 2133 when everything's at ref. Going to try that and c.

Just got my replacement Sabretooth from last year, I have to try it b4 anything else. Hate having to send 1 back, even if it's just a broken fan

blade on the KPE.

New card doesn't oc as well. No voltage adjustments at all. Too new at ocing.

Well I think I'm going to try playing around with the bios for those kpes.

The skyn3t guys must be really busy with all of this stuff for the gpus. They have to have patience with a guy like me and I don't know how they

find the time.

Anyway, going to try XMP again and then setting the speeds higher after to c if I can catch something I may have missed or should adjust.


Love my RIVBE!!!
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post #6876 of 15044
Don't understand why most people can't run 2400 mhz on this board, here is what I got with almost everything set to AUTO:

post #6877 of 15044
It's not the board, it's the CPUs.
post #6878 of 15044
My answer would be learn the basics more before you try to OC Ram on this Motherboard!!

Some people can not even get it set up properly with the Auto settings let alone OC and change the Bios settings and understand what they do and why!

That's why i said there is a need for Bios Photo's of basic settings that someone could use when Overclocking this Motherboard, with a 4930K or a 4960X Ivy Bridge CPU's.

Also how to set your Ram properly without using the XMP Profiles as on occasions they tend not to work with every ones Ram Sticks!!

I really feel this would go along way to helping the new Members that have just purchased a Black Edition and a IB-E CPU!

In fairness its taking me years just to learn the basic knowledge and some advanced tweaks as well here, so its not possible to do this overnight.

And COOKIE QUICK OC's are not the best way to learn or do things, in my book that's just my 10cents.

Respectfully,

AJ.
post #6879 of 15044
Yeah, agreed. I need more experience to really know what to adjust and how much. I'm only now learning to use the offset with various voltage adjustments for the turbo,...

When something works to improve things, reading up on it, especially here bcuz of all being RIVBEs helps a LOT. Heck there are plenty of options no matter what ur doing with this board. I haven't even fired up

the 4930k unit in about 2wks. That's a ROG IV Ex!

If there are some pics of some setups available it would be a lot easier to pick up on things, especially for someone who's just a beginner, like me... I would know what works and why and save some of my

stumblin' n bumblin' along... lol
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There really is a lot to learn, and each board is different. Everyone has a different approach to doing things, and it doesn't necessarily mean it's right or wrong for everyone.

That said, helping newbies like me to keep from doing too much damage to my hardware though I don't understand most of it yet, especially software...is very much appreciated.

Other than the fact we were all beginner's at 1 point, I honestly believe having this kind of thread helps everyone, even the pros.

I can't say it enough... thanks everyone for your help now and in the future.
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post #6880 of 15044
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Don't understand why most people can't run 2400 mhz on this board, here is what I got with almost everything set to AUTO:


It's because you use a small 16 GB kit, and those with issues are using 32 GB or higher.
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