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So, I'm still having really, really long POST times with my Rampage V Edition 10, and that's with the newest BIOS (0901) and fast boot enabled. It takes a good 30-40 seconds to post. Any one have any ideas?

Are you OC'ing the memory? Could be memory training.
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to post or to get to the desktop?

He say to POST, definitely something wrong there.

Try disconnect everything but kb/m and boot drive (turn off 2nd/3rd GPU using switch)











Anyways, my 5820K seem to be hitting a wall at 4.2GHz 1.25v, for 4.3 I need around 1.29 (barely touching 1.3).


The safety is mentioned to be 1.3v for core and 1.25v for cache and not exceeding 80/85c for core/package?

Seems like a bad chip or?
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Anyways, my 5820K seem to be hitting a wall at 4.2GHz 1.25v, for 4.3 I need around 1.29 (barely touching 1.3).

The safety is mentioned to be 1.3v for core and 1.25v for cache and not exceeding 80/85c for core/package?

Seems like a bad chip or?

This is normal for average chips. 4.3GHz requires 1.24V with 1.92V of VCCIN here. 1.20V is recommended for cache but I've had no problems with 1.25V. Core Vcore depends on your core temp, don't go above said voltage if Core Max exceeds 80C; temperature is more important for a sensible chip. Package is safe up to 85C, but I'd try to stay below 80C for 24/7 use.
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Fastboot is on by default after BiosFlash ?

Or try USBFlashback method and try again with 2101

As Jpmboy suggested, use Flashback to 2101, and as KedarWolf suggested, disable Fastboot. IIRC 3301 has an Intel Sata firmware update also and takes several reboots to finish.


I think you are right Djgar , 3301 had Sata and ME update too I think ,so took 3 reboots , maybe that was 3101 ?
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Also 3301 is needed for BW-E CPUs but you have a HW-E so not required.
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Anyways, my 5820K seem to be hitting a wall at 4.2GHz 1.25v, for 4.3 I need around 1.29 (barely touching 1.3).

The safety is mentioned to be 1.3v for core and 1.25v for cache and not exceeding 80/85c for core/package?

Seems like a bad chip or?

This is normal for average chips. 4.3GHz requires 1.24V with 1.92V of VCCIN here. 1.20V is recommended for cache but I've had no problems with 1.25V. Core Vcore depends on your core temp, don't go above said voltage if Core Max exceeds 80C; temperature is more important for a sensible chip. Package is safe up to 85C, but I'd try to stay below 80C for 24/7 use.


My 5820k is at around these too , once I go above 4375 @ 1.273v on auto (125 strap) the temps get a little crazy eg at 4500.

Voltages are lower on Manual slightly, I let Board tell me what it thought 4375 needed 1st with Auto ,then went down slowly. But haven't tried Adaptive yet....
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This is normal for average chips. 4.3GHz requires 1.24V with 1.92V of VCCIN here. 1.20V is recommended for cache but I've had no problems with 1.25V. Core Vcore depends on your core temp, don't go above said voltage if Core Max exceeds 80C; temperature is more important for a sensible chip. Package is safe up to 85C, but I'd try to stay below 80C for 24/7 use.

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My 5820k is at around these too , once I go above 4375 @ 1.273v on auto (125 strap) the temps get a little crazy eg at 4500.

Voltages are lower on Manual slightly, I let Board tell me what it thought 4375 needed 1st with Auto ,then went down slowly. But haven't tried Adaptive yet....

Seems to be spike to 83, still safe?

What's the max safe daily voltage recommended if the CPU can be below 75 or 70 at all times? I am still on aircooling, but can get the predator 240 if needed.





A hair below 1.3v (adaptive -1mv, target 1.29 turbo)
ty2MATU.png
Edited by TK421 - 8/30/16 at 10:24pm
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Seems to be spike to 83, still safe?

What's the max safe daily voltage recommended if the CPU can be below 75 or 70 at all times? I am still on aircooling, but can get the predator 240 if needed.





A hair below 1.3v (adaptive -1mv, target 1.29 turbo)
ty2MATU.png

If those are the temps you are getting while running RealBench that is fine. smile.gif

Edit: I have a Predator 360 and love it!! Get 6-8C better temps than my Corsair H110i. biggrin.gif
    
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Edit: I have a Predator 360 and love it!! Get 6-8C better temps than my Corsair H110i. biggrin.gif

But more than double the price, rolleyes.gif

And to clarify, I mean average temperatures, you can have spikes of about 2-3C higher than average and those will be fine.
post #13480 of 15968
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If those are the temps you are getting while running RealBench that is fine. smile.gif

Edit: I have a Predator 360 and love it!! Get 6-8C better temps than my Corsair H110i. biggrin.gif

That's not realbench, that's OCCT.

The only problem with predator 360 is that I have to mod my case to fit it :|



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But more than double the price, rolleyes.gif

And to clarify, I mean average temperatures, you can have spikes of about 2-3C higher than average and those will be fine.


After almost 8 hours I get this temp

22c ambient
23c case (sidepanel open)
35c exhaust temperature


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