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Anyone tried the new 3801Bios?

https://www.asus.com/Motherboards/RAMPAGE_V_EXTREME/HelpDesk_Download/

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Anyone tried the new 3801Bios?

https://www.asus.com/Motherboards/RAMPAGE_V_EXTREME/HelpDesk_Download/

I tired the 3801 version BIOS on my TUF X99. No difference in performance nor overclocking stability.

As my last TUF X99 killed a rather expensive 6950X CPU, I prefer to use latest BIOS now for the sake of bug fixing.
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bios installed, but bios settings reset.
All working good so far..
 
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I tired the 3801 version BIOS on my TUF X99. No difference in performance nor overclocking stability.

As my last TUF X99 killed a rather expensive 6950X CPU, I prefer to use latest BIOS now for the sake of bug fixing.


3801 allowed me to run 10-15mv less cache voltage for a given clock, hey Xkm1948 what bios was your TUF running and what were your vccio and vccsa voltages, when your 6950x went down?
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I was running 1.2v cache at 3.5GHz cache, vccsa was 1.24V. It was on BIOS 3701
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Since it's near impossible to find the RVE monoblock and the RVE10 monoblock appears to be everywhere, has anybody heard of or tried to mount the RVE10 block on the RVE?

I'm assuming that the screw layout, heights and positions of the PCBs and other various components are (mostly) unchanged.
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Since it's near impossible to find the RVE monoblock and the RVE10 monoblock appears to be everywhere, has anybody heard of or tried to mount the RVE10 block on the RVE?

I'm assuming that the screw layout, heights and positions of the PCBs and other various components are (mostly) unchanged.

Email EK and see what they have to say, the board is basically the same but they have different cpu sockets so just make sure there is no clearance issues there shouldnt be as the RVE has the X socket style 2011 with less metal so it should fit even if the block was machined for the normal 2011 socket on the RVE10
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I switch from Rampage V Extreme to Rampage V Edition 10.
I would not do that under normal circumstances but I bought together RVE10 and EKWB Monoblock RGB.
After I sell RVE switch should cost me price of RGB Monoblock only.

Boot on RVE10 is few seconds slower than on RVE but I expected that because RGB controllers and more options.



Half of me is sad because I really loved Rampage V Extreme and RGB didn't influence on me to upgrade because of him at all.
I keep single color and maybe I will turn off LED completely.
But let's say I got USB 3.1 and Electrostatic shield, RGB Controller for LED strips, full black board, I have some satisfaction that board is launched as ASUS 10th Anniversary
(it's nice to say after 1-2 years that you have boards launched for ASUS Anniversary) and I got option to install unmatched Monoblock on market.
Soon I will build watercooling, for week or two should arrive block for my GPU compatible even with GTX1080 and I will use that until big Volta show up.

And I would be happier with Rampage VI Apex but not less than i9-7900X.
And X99 is still wanted among people who build computers for work. special i7-5960X/i7-6900K/i7-6950X.
I have some plan to buy little later i7-6950X and use him until DDR5.

I'm not sure but maybe and only maybe because motherboard layout people with 28 PCI-E lanes could use M.2, Intel 750 SSD or Intel Optane 900P in x4 slot, Sound Card in x1 slot and still GPU to work in x16. Because x4 port maybe will not cripple GPU

Now I only need Caselabs BH8.
Edited by Vlada011 - 12/8/17 at 7:41am
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Originally Posted by jollydet View Post

Email EK and see what they have to say, the board is basically the same but they have different cpu sockets so just make sure there is no clearance issues there shouldnt be as the RVE has the X socket style 2011 with less metal so it should fit even if the block was machined for the normal 2011 socket on the RVE10
Threw an email their way yesterday. I have a feeling that I'll just get some sort of "cover-our-ass" response where they say it can't be done without actually trying it.

If that's the case then I might just try it anyway. Should be a fun experiment.
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Actually boot time on RVE10 is not slower, at least not drastic than on Rampage V Extreme.
I still didnt reinstall Windows and there is some differences in drivers, example no ASMedia SATA Controller drivers, etc.
After uninstall them boot was faster.
ROG Anniversary Logo show up pretty fast but than Windows 10 Logo when show up is slower.
I could improve that with M.2 NVMe SSD or PCI-E SSD. It's not board problems.
Now is 38 seconds, RVE boot for arround 35... But this software don't message accurate.
Windows boot and he need 10 seconds to show results, instead immediately.
I measures with iPhone, it's not more than 30 seconds when I have controll on PC.
Maybe even little less.

But software say...

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