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Spent about 14 hours yesterday and today trying out 1701 and 3402.
1701 behaved identically to 1601 for me. Sometimes these bioses are capable of detecting all 4 sticks at 3000MHz, but most of the time it only gets 2-3 sticks on post. Literally spent about 4-5 hours trying all sorts of voltage combinations and even loosened timings, but I could never get 1701 to reliably post with all 4 sticks.

3402 had the same problem as 3301. Totally impossible to even post at 3000MHz memory. Maximum AIDA bandwidth I could achieve on this bios was about 74000MB/s to 75000MB/s read and write, and about 63000MB/s on copy.

So now I'm back on 3009. It is by far the best bios for my CPU/Mobo/Ram combination. It picks up all 4 sticks at 3000MHz 100% of the time. I get better AIDA bandwidth with this bios than any other, also. About 77000MB/s to 78000MB/s on read and write, and about 66000MB/s on copy.

All of this was done at 4.5GHz core and 4GHz cache.

If you're going to use 3009, don't forget to manually set VCCIO because this bios has a bug and likes to set it to 1.3v or more.
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post #10212 of 10638
I had to take of fast boot and enable memtest.
I was always missing some ram post boot, until i did this.
I'm using bios 3101 with out any issues.
memory set at 3000 with 15 15 15 35 timings.
post #10213 of 10638
will someone help me in my oc endeavor im an old p55 first gen i5-760 noob..

the 5820k i got must not be good silicon because i am unable to run 4.5 or above without massive volts

so after some testing with everything stock setting on the board except changing cpu voltage and multiplier these are my results

using real bench stress test setting memory to 16gb and running for 4 hours it passed

40x = 4.0@1.150v
43x = 4.3@1.237v

when I enable XMP with 35x multi equals 4375mhz but i have to up the volt to 1.268v for it to pass RB

everything else has been set to auto theirs so many settings on this board im overwhelmed

but what i do thank god for is the Q codes and the internet and that little memok/safemode button oh and the clear cmos on io!!
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post #10214 of 10638
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Hello

If the current version BIOS one is using functions without issue there is usually no need to update to a newer version. This is especially true for users who do not wish to dial back in their stable overclock settings. Too often users update thinking somehow a newer version will magically extend the overclock capability of the installed CPU or memory. Ironically more times than not these are the same users who do not want to invest any time in retuning the system for use with the newer version BIOS.
Sure, that makes sense and but my point isn't about about users expecting magical overclocks from a new BIOS. Yes, there are plenty of situations where leaving the BIOS alone is the best solution, however it does not always apply.

"Enhance compatibility with some M.2 device." - If you need this specific BIOS due to support on a M.2 device then you are going to be screwed if it does not work. Your options are wait for a newer version of BIOS that has the same support, not use the M.2 device you purchased, or go and purchase a motherboard that actually can support it.

When we get "Improve system compatibility" and "Improve system stability." as a BIOS description there is not much we can do besides ask ASUS ROG forums and hope for response. This doesn't matter because you can use the older working bios!! (Except if you apply the M.2 situation above where you can't use old BIOS then you are again screwed). There have been some issues among a couple of the latest BIOS' which nobody has the access or knowledge to explain and share what is going on past the description on ASUS website. Some situations you can not turn the cheek to the problem (m.2 example). Mentions about overclocking will not apply in a scenario where a BIOS is giving BSOD at default settings ( such as BIOS 3101 with ram running at 2133 ). All we have to go by is "Improve system stability." and if that translates into having BSOD at stock settings then we can either use an older BIOS or wonder what ASUS did and what is actually the cause of the problem. If person does not care about the problem then it is fine and their choice, but in these cases where the issue isn't user error it's hard for some people to turn the cheek to the problem.
Edited by sdrawkcab - 10/2/16 at 11:21pm
post #10215 of 10638
Meanwhile I'm sticking to 1701. Until I actually get an NVMe M.2 drive - waiting for the Samsung 960 Pro and Plextor M8Pe to be available here in France, leaning toward the 1TB with the lowest price from those two and the OCZ RD400 - and if it's all good still with 1701, I'll stick to it. redface.gif
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You know I had problem on beginning with Rampage V Extreme, with BSOD immediately when I change some settings.
Than I flash older BIOS 0603 and barely set as I want... And now before few days I decide to check again what happen and to RMA board if not work.
But everything work. I change settings without problem, increase clock from 4.0 to 4.2GHz, 1.200V in Adaptive Mode, Cache is on 3.5 with default voltage and for now no problems.
I check stability, everything is OK. Only is problem because my BIOS is 0603 that's second BIOS for my motherboard and soon 960 PRO should arrive I will keep OS on M.2 and I need to update BIOS because NVMe support. I hope everything will be OK.
Now motherboard serve me great, I mean she served me great from beginning after I resolve BSOD problem.
But custom experience for RVE is terrible, looks like ASUS seriously screw up something, RVE10TH is far better. Now customers should concentrate on newer model.
It's true if someone think to keep CPU on default settings than better to invest in i7-6700K, but X99 is real deal when CPU is overclocked on 4.0-4.2+ GHz with overclocked Cache frequency. Than X99 is far better option.



Edited by Vlada011 - 10/7/16 at 6:09am
post #10217 of 10638
hey:

it has been awhile since l've posted anything New.

it's time for an overhaul upgrade..

Pickup a couple of new hardware..

Asus Geforce GTX-1080 8GB ROG STRIX

Asus Geforce GTX-1080 8GB Founder edition

Acer X34 predator and Acer X35 predator

Asus Rampage Edition 10

Razer BLACKWINDOW Croma keyboard

Razor Seiren mic










Can anyone tell me why do i get this on the screen.redface.gif




Then couple of seconds later my icon box show up.




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hey:

it has been awhile since l've posted anything New.

it's time for an overhaul upgrade..

Pickup a couple of new hardware..

Asus Geforce GTX-1080 8GB ROG STRIX

Asus Geforce GTX-1080 8GB Founder edition

Acer X34 predator and Acer X35 predator

Asus Rampage Edition 10

Razer BLACKWINDOW Croma keyboard

Razor Seiren mic





Any idea

man that is some sick hardware, I see you have the RVE10, I just got mine and 6950x, I just started a Rampage V Edition 10 Owner's Thread. I dont want to take anyone away from here but thought it's a pretty amazing board and deserves it's own thread.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1613430/rampage-v-edition-10-owners-thread
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Hi guys!

I found a little problem with my Rampage 5 Extreme.

Right now i have 2 GTX 780 Hydro Copper (waiting for a decent single 1080) and i was surprised to see in gpu-z/ and the bios that they were working in pci-e 2.0 x16.

I also got an Asus Phoebus on the last red pci-e slot.

I found that i can force only the pci-e on the graphics card in pci-e 3.0 and GPU-Z show me pci-e 3.0.

BUT in games/bench with pci-e 3.0 everytime i got bsod or hard crash (need power button reset) "whea_uncorrectable_error"

I'm running a 5930K (able to provide 40 lanes and pci-e 3.0), i tried at full stock clock/default bios setting and with my 4.2Ghz OC and it was the same results.

Pci-e 2.0 rock solid and 3.0 crash/bsod.

Do you think my GTX's are unsupported? Or the sound card (i can't move it right now) limite the bandwidth (pci-e 1X).

Thanks and have a nice day!
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hey:

it has been awhile since l've posted anything New.

it's time for an overhaul upgrade..

Pickup a couple of new hardware..

Asus Geforce GTX-1080 8GB ROG STRIX

Asus Geforce GTX-1080 8GB Founder edition

Acer X34 predator and Acer X35 predator

Asus Rampage Edition 10

Razer BLACKWINDOW Croma keyboard

Razor Seiren mic
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Can anyone tell me why do i get this on the screen.redface.gif




Then couple of seconds later my icon box show up.




Any idea

tha scenariot is usually an undervolted cache. Does the windows menu do the same?
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