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Originally Posted by Raja@ASUS View Post

Why do you think we wouldn't?

Got confused by your post. smile.gif
post #6922 of 15064
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Originally Posted by sidekisk View Post

Can you please add me. I thought I had submitted this before but I'm not seeing my name up there.

http://valid.canardpc.com/qiyprm
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Thanks
I hope that you didn't hit apply with that settings on the classy controller, unless you are aiming to kill your cards!
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post #6923 of 15064
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When it comes to memory, training on cold boot and warm boot is slightly different, if I got it right. So, you ALWAYS need to shut down fully and boot again and test from both cold boot and warm boot to find out if your system is truly stable for the long term.

At thee same time, for OC and benching, the shorter training on warm boot can allow you to push further, so we need to have that whether we want it or not. tongue.gif
128 is good one with SB-E, haven't gone that tight with IVB-E yet myself. Since Haswell I've been stuck in "sometimes looser is better" mode. Haswell kinda brings a completely different twist to mem OCing, so it's interesting to see things from one platform to the next and what applies...and what doesn't.

Thanks guys. redface.gif
128 works fine with ivy e and the gs trident 2400 c9 @ 2133. Not an sb-e thing. See my post in the ivy thread
Edited by Jpmboy - 4/2/14 at 8:55am
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I have a RAID 5 set on the Intel connectors.

Is it a good idea to put the primary boot (Windows 8.1 Pro) on the Asmedia ports?

Samsung SSD Magician does not see the interface and a few of the options are greyed out because it's not on AHCI.
post #6925 of 15064
Hey guys after a Silent case for this mobo.
Was getting the Fractal Define R4 Black Case, but told its not compatible for this eATX mobo.

Heard mentions of:
NZXT Whisper
nzxt-switch-810-hybrid
Or maybe modding a Phantom with foam and silent kit?? Heard the plastic aint great quality so even if silenced, still sounds like rattling. Im guessing this would be the case for most cases.

Here is rest of my spec btw, if anyone thinks there will be any issues.

Power Supply: Seasonic 850W Gold Power Supply
Processor: Intel Core i7 4930K Six Core (3.4GHz, 12MB Cache overclockable upto 4.4GHz, Hyperthreading) Socket 2011
CPU Cooler: Corsair Hydro Series H100 High Performance Liquid CPU Cooler
Graphics Card 1: nVidia GeForce GTX 780 3GB GDDR5 PCI Express Graphics Card
Memory: 16-32GB Corsair DDR3 1866MHz C10 Quad Channel Memory Kit (2-4 x 8GB)
Hard Disk Drive One: 500GB Samsung 840 Evo SSD
Hard Disk Drive Two: 1TB Seagate 64MB Cache
Optical Drive One: Blu-Ray Rewriter & DVD-RW Combo Drive
Sound Card: Onboard HD 7.1 Audio OR Creative SoundBlaster Z
Operating System: Windows8Pro 64bit

Was going for a X79 Sabertooth, and then was considering the newer Delux for £10 more,
but the Rampage IV Black won me with the OC external device and fetures.
Not sure if worth £100 more though, especially if X99 are on way

(sorry if spouting rubbish, im slowly picking up stuff last couple month as research build. Been away from the game for 8 years, and yearning for an incredible rig. But dont want it to be 'out of date' by the time i have paid for it. Im likely to keep this for years, but want the room to expand as I go. Dont want to be shelling out for new system in 2-5yrs time. Using it for gaming, HD video editing, some 3d, progressing into Unity)
post #6926 of 15064
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So Cad. If you were to get your hands on my system. And wanted to get to a good semi stable overclock where do you start? What's your starting point and where do you end up with a semi stable system? Just looking for your opinion. Thanks.

Depends on the platform and the CPU. For IVB-E, 1.3V and 4.5 GHz is a great starting point, however, the first thing I ever do is run stock, and grab power draw numbers and stock voltages using a multi meter. I also guage performance in basic tasks, and get some gaming done. I like to use "stock" for some time, monitoring all aspects of the system.

Then, I boost voltage to "safe" levels(1.3V here with IVB-E), and try for 4.6 GHz. To me, 4.6 GHz is the most optimal speed for daily use. If it works right away, I then drop voltages to lowest possible.

Then, while finding 4.6 GHz stable, I check power consumption, temperature, and all voltages, paying attention to how stable voltages are, too.

Then, I clock up the memory, while leaving CPU at stock. Once stable, I clock the CPU back up.

I also test using one-, two-, and three-GPU configs with each chip.

Then, I test each CPU multi down from that 4.6 GHz, check voltages along the way. At some point, multi increase requires a larger voltage boost. I use either one above(memory clocking), or one below(24-7), that big boost.

The general tests I use are listed in my Haswell OC guide posted on TPU.
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Originally Posted by Jpmboy View Post

128 works fine with ivy e and the gs trident 2400 c9. Not an sb-e thing. See my post in the ivy thread

I haven't been looking in many of the other threads here on OCN regularly. redface.gif Just not enough time. So...

Can I get a link, please?
post #6927 of 15064
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Originally Posted by Zidd View Post

Hey guys after a Silent case for this mobo.
Was getting the Fractal Define R4 Black Case, but told its not compatible for this eATX mobo.
snip (Click to show)
Heard mentions of:
NZXT Whisper
nzxt-switch-810-hybrid
Or maybe modding a Phantom with foam and silent kit?? Heard the plastic aint great quality so even if silenced, still sounds like rattling. Im guessing this would be the case for most cases.

Here is rest of my spec btw, if anyone thinks there will be any issues.

Power Supply: Seasonic 850W Gold Power Supply
Processor: Intel Core i7 4930K Six Core (3.4GHz, 12MB Cache overclockable upto 4.4GHz, Hyperthreading) Socket 2011
CPU Cooler: Corsair Hydro Series H100 High Performance Liquid CPU Cooler
Graphics Card 1: nVidia GeForce GTX 780 3GB GDDR5 PCI Express Graphics Card
Memory: 16-32GB Corsair DDR3 1866MHz C10 Quad Channel Memory Kit (2-4 x 8GB)
Hard Disk Drive One: 500GB Samsung 840 Evo SSD
Hard Disk Drive Two: 1TB Seagate 64MB Cache
Optical Drive One: Blu-Ray Rewriter & DVD-RW Combo Drive
Sound Card: Onboard HD 7.1 Audio OR Creative SoundBlaster Z
Operating System: Windows8Pro 64bit

Was going for a X79 Sabertooth, and then was considering the newer Delux for £10 more,
but the Rampage IV Black won me with the OC external device and fetures.
Not sure if worth £100 more though, especially if X99 are on way

(sorry if spouting rubbish, im slowly picking up stuff last couple month as research build. Been away from the game for 8 years, and yearning for an incredible rig. But dont want it to be 'out of date' by the time i have paid for it. Im likely to keep this for years, but want the room to expand as I go. Dont want to be shelling out for new system in 2-5yrs time. Using it for gaming, HD video editing, some 3d, progressing into Unity)
The R4 is compatible with the e-atx asus motherboard such as the R4E/R4BE.
See my fractal rig in my sig.
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post #6928 of 15064
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Hey guys after a Silent case for this mobo.

Check out my rig. I picked the corsair Air 540. With the H100i in push pull and 3 sp120's all set under 1100 rpm I can barely hear this computer even under full load. The case has a lot of room to build in and it's very easy to make it look good with the cable routing. Let me know if u gave any questions. thumb.gif
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Depends on the platform and the CPU. For IVB-E, 1.3V and 4.5 GHz is a great starting point, however, the first thing I ever do is run stock, and grab power draw numbers and stock voltages using a multi meter. I also guage performance in basic tasks, and get some gaming done. I like to use "stock" for some time, monitoring all aspects of the system.
Then, I boost voltage to "safe" levels(1.3V here with IVB-E), and try for 4.6 GHz. To me, 4.6 GHz is the most optimal speed for daily use. If it works right away, I then drop voltages to lowest possible.
Then, while finding 4.6 GHz stable, I check power consumption, temperature, and all voltages, paying attention to how stable voltages are, too.
Then, I clock up the memory, while leaving CPU at stock. Once stable, I clock the CPU back up.
I also test using one-, two-, and three-GPU configs with each chip.
Then, I test each CPU multi down from that 4.6 GHz, check voltages along the way. At some point, multi increase requires a larger voltage boost. I use either one above(memory clocking), or one below(24-7), that big boost.
The general tests I use are listed in my Haswell OC guide posted on TPU.
I haven't been looking in many of the other threads here on OCN regularly. redface.gif Just not enough time. So...
Can I get a link, please?

http://www.overclock.net/t/1439469/ivy-bridge-e-owners-club/1140#post_22037399


Edited by Jpmboy - 4/2/14 at 8:30am
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post #6930 of 15064
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Originally Posted by yttocstfarc View Post

I can barely hear this computer even under full load.. thumb.gif
Must admit it doesnt look very silent with the wide open sections with fans rather exposed.
Guess the best approach would be to have doors that opened for times when at full load at sound doesnt matter,
but would think that anything with hinges would rattle to a degree.
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Originally Posted by Kimir View Post

The R4 is compatible with the e-atx asus motherboard such as the R4E/R4BE..

Any reason why the I might be told it wasnt compatible?
I had mentioned to me about the Cooler Master Cosmos 2 but £350, on a £2400 rig, really starting to add up.
Donno if should be reconsidering if all this X99 talk is true
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