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Did you notice an improvement with the new 0801 BIOS? smile.gif (expecially in the CPU overclocking)
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If the SVID Support CPU (and Dram) enabled, the Input Voltage disappears from bios
But what is the value set manually is saved or what it is in AUTO?

Thanks
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post #1463 of 10638
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You can try 4x4 3100 profile with trefi @ 32767 and find voltage sweet spot for your 3200 kit.

Mine is 1.595V exact, more or less and it will bd ed on boot
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Heres Fredyama-san same settings (exept trfc) with older batch 3300 which seems to like volts http://kingpincooling.com/forum/showpost.php?p=28121&postcount=132

Impressive but that's for benching and not 24/7 right?
I've been following Peter's thread over at KPC and the numbers that Freddyama and the other guys are putting out are good indicators.thumb.gif
My knowledge on memory OC'ing are slim to none, learning fast these days. 1.595V sounds a lot on air, are you on LN2 or Phase on the CPU?
    
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I'm having a slight annoying issue with my R5E. I have a habit of shutting down my PCs and unplugging them every night but sometimes when I go to turn this system on the keyboard will not work and it will stay at the "Press f1 to enter bios screen" for a minute or two before finally going to a screen saying "BIOS is updating please wait..... etc etc" and it just stays there stuck. I've let it sit 20 minutes before and still nothing and the only way to fix it I've found is to shut it down and unplug it again and then hold the power button down for a few seconds. After that it starts up normally and I'm on my way. This first happened to me with a mild overclock I've been running (4.3Ghz 1.28v) on bios 0008 but now I'm back to stock settings on 0801. Any ideas?
post #1465 of 10638
It's difficult to determine the "value" of ram timings, frequency and throughput posted here since everyone is posting different cpu and cache clocks. IDK - how about something medium, like 4.5/4.3, or 4.5/4.0? Otherwise the information has little comparative value
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Impressive but that's for benching and not 24/7 right?
I've been following Peter's thread over at KPC and the numbers that Freddyama and the other guys are putting out are good indicators.thumb.gif
My knowledge on memory OC'ing are slim to none, learning fast these days. 1.595V sounds a lot on air, are you on LN2 or Phase on the CPU?
Yes, those settings only for test and bench with cpu/ram on single stage/air. 24/7 always on stock
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It's difficult to determine the "value" of ram timings, frequency and throughput posted here since everyone is posting different cpu and cache clocks. IDK - how about something medium, like 4.5/4.3, or 4.5/4.0? Otherwise the information has little comparative value

How about a a screen with AIDA64 Memetest and MemTweakIt of both 4.5/.4.3 and 4.5/4.0 with memory?
    
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How about a a screen with AIDA64 Memetest and MemTweakIt of both 4.5/.4.3 and 4.5/4.0 with memory?
Yeah, something consistent. We'll probably get more input from the community if we keep the clocks achievable. I'd vote for 4.5/4.0 (athough I have to set that up, my base clocks are 4.5/4.3, 1.25V each)
I think the throughput scales linearly with both cpu and cache frequency... Memtweak is great for showing the extended timings, but the "Effeciency" value is pretty meaningless as you know:


So 5960X guys: 4.5/4.0 or 4.5/4.3... or both?
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Yeah, something consistent. We'll probably get more input from the community if we keep the clocks achievable. I'd vote for 4.5/4.0 (athough I have to set that up, my base clocks are 4.5/4.3, 1.25V each)
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So 5960X guys: 4.5/4.0 or 4.5/4.3... or both?

MemTweakIt is only good for showing the timings I guess

4.5/4.3 GHz

    
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MemTweakIt is only good for showing the timings I guess
4.5/4.3 GHz

Beautiful! let me do the same with the presets...
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