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Anything higher than 1.3V are small gains. Drop that back to 4.4GHz and ease off the voltage; you're hitting the voltage wall. 4.2~4.5GHz are perfectly fine for modern systems; no point pushing more voltage than is efficient through there.

Dropping back is pointless, I wont magically get a better IMC or better sticks. Its just a crappy chip, I have been, and will continue to dog it out til I fire sale it on ebay along with the sticks. Intel needs to hurry up with this release.
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Does the asus x99 deluxe support 3 way sli and the intel 750 1.2TB ssd? I have 3 gpu on the motherboard together with the i7 5930k already but am thinking of getting the intel 750 pcie nvme ssd. If I use pcie risers to raise the gpus, will the motherboard be compatible?

That's a tough one. Manual says no ("NA") but with a 40 lane CPU and the three SLI slots in x8 mode each, there's bandwidth to spare for m.2 and a 750 NVMe PCIe. Quad crossfire is also supported. Maybe you should save yourself the trouble and switch to Fury Nano or Fury X GPUs with water blocks, get the single slot adapters, and free up the extra slots that would otherwise be blocked by most dual slot Nvidia GPUs. Just a thought. Before you do anything just ask Asus.
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Dropping back is pointless, I wont magically get a better IMC or better sticks. Its just a crappy chip, I have been, and will continue to dog it out til I fire sale it on ebay along with the sticks. Intel needs to hurry up with this release.

No, but you'll get lower temps, less heat dissipation and a quieter cooling system as a result. You could also get the Intel Tuning Plan and purposely kill it to reroll the dice lol.
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Could someone using hard wired Ethernet with a Deluxe or S board please confirm if the LAN link state LED remains active during S4/S5?

All WOL features disabled in UEFI and Windows it remains active on the board and switch with my X99-S, same settings on the Z170M-Plus the NIC shuts down completely...
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Could someone using hard wired Ethernet with a Deluxe or S board please confirm if the LAN link state LED remains active during S4/S5?

All WOL features disabled in UEFI and Windows it remains active on the board and switch with my X99-S, same settings on the Z170M-Plus the NIC shuts down completely...

Have you got Network Stack enabled?
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Have you got Network Stack enabled?

Network stack disabled...
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Could someone using hard wired Ethernet with a Deluxe or S board please confirm if the LAN link state LED remains active during S4/S5?

All WOL features disabled in UEFI and Windows it remains active on the board and switch with my X99-S, same settings on the Z170M-Plus the NIC shuts down completely...

on my mobo remains on, the router continue to recognize the link when the PC is off,
led on my router switch from green to orange when I turn off the PC.
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Go for 950 pro from samsung on m.2 in x4 mode
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You know i really didnt expect to so easily replicate the timings you got on your kit...



The difference in Memory Read and Cache values i attribute to 8 vs 6 core CPU Cache size.

There were 2 timings in BIOS that dont show up in mem tweakit, RAS to RAS delay L and Write to Read delay L.

I set RAS to RAS delay L to 5 but i left the other on auto with it currently auto set to 12.

Do you have any guidance for those two values?
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You know i really didnt expect to so easily replicate the timings you got on your kit...



The difference in Memory Read and Cache values i attribute to 8 vs 6 core CPU Cache size.

There were 2 timings in BIOS that dont show up in mem tweakit, RAS to RAS delay L and Write to Read delay L.

I set RAS to RAS delay L to 5 but i left the other on auto with it currently auto set to 12.

Do you have any guidance for those two values?
Why the doubt? wink.gif
only guidance is to ensure stability with HCI Memtest or google stressapptest... bad/error-prone ram (and no EEC) is fully capable of thoroughly corrupting an OS install. thumb.gif

you might try this: http://www.overclock.net/t/1569364/official-skylake-haswell-e-24-7-ddr4-memory-stability-thread/340_20#post_24811215

fyi - memtweak efficiency is meaningless and this change will drop it by 50%, but bandwidth should increase., if the mb can, set dram clock period to 13.

this is where I have these now:

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