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Originally Posted by Roland2 View Post

You may want to read the article you linked. To help you out, I'll quote a couple of parts:

Overclocking: "Overall overclock performance of the ASUS X99-Deluxe comes top of the bunch, supporting 4.6 GHz within our absolute temperature window and 4.3 GHz very comfortably." Note: This says "top of the bunch" that means best, not worst.

And again: "when overclocked, the ASUS seems to perform better than other motherboards"

The area they said was not so good was stock timing performance: "Unfortunately though the CPU performance at stock seems a little down compared to the others."


Ignore this "sblantipodi" person guys. There is a reason I have him in my ignore list.


The stock perf is due to how two other vendors override Intel's default Turbo. OC wise we came out top - I know this editor personally and he told me what was what.
Edited by Raja@ASUS - 10/19/14 at 11:41pm
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It has been out for a while: version 1002, a link is in Raja@ASUS'es and Praz'es signatures.

Thanks, will give that a try today, wonder why its not on the main site? been checking there daily since I had the board!
post #1923 of 15773
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Originally Posted by Roland2 View Post

You may want to read the article you linked. To help you out, I'll quote a couple of parts:

Overclocking: "Overall overclock performance of the ASUS X99-Deluxe comes top of the bunch, supporting 4.6 GHz within our absolute temperature window and 4.3 GHz very comfortably." Note: This says "top of the bunch" that means best, not worst.

And again: "when overclocked, the ASUS seems to perform better than other motherboards"

The area they said was not so good was stock timing performance: "Unfortunately though the CPU performance at stock seems a little down compared to the others."

In the article I linked I see that the Asus is the motherboard that require more vcore to be stable.
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Ignore this "sblantipodi" person guys. There is a reason I have him in my ignore list.
The stock perf is due to how two other vendors override Intel's default Turbo. OC wise we came out top - I know this editor personally and he told me what was what.

The reason is that your starting point is that every problems people have depends on others brands, bad configuration, ecc. ecc.
Searching your recent posts with other members I can see that Asus reps are no more than trolls here.
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post #1925 of 15773
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Thanks, will give that a try today, wonder why its not on the main site? been checking there daily since I had the board!

I get the builds early that's why. The next public build will be 1004 due soon.
post #1926 of 15773
Thanks, just back from flashing to 1002, nice to have my soundcard working without sleep, will look out for 1004.
post #1927 of 15773
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The reason is that your starting point is that every problems people have depends on others brands, bad configuration, ecc. ecc.
Searching your recent posts with other members I can see that Asus reps are no more than trolls here.

Despite marketing and sales, be glad that Raja is here to support us. Since i started my new build i follow everything here and without this forum I would not have got a fast and stable rig. So stop weening and complaining and more of that and be thankfull. of course he is form Asus and slightly biased, but we all understand that.
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Originally Posted by sblantipodi View Post

The reason is that your starting point is that every problems people have depends on others brands, bad configuration, ecc. ecc.
Searching your recent posts with other members I can see that Asus reps are no more than trolls here.

What's ECC memory got to do with anything? tongue.gif


Be sure to say hello to the Gigabyte rep when you switch boards from shoddy customer support.


Hi I'm from Gigabyte, I'll be your local rep for today as no other ****er is around to help you thumb.gif
post #1929 of 15773
Hi guys
I am running x99 deluxe, 5930k.
The default speed is 3.5ghz. And because I ever run the 5 way optimization, it is running at 4.3ghz now. Now I like to clear this and start from stock. I have set bios to load defaults but it is still running at 4.3. Is the right way to clear CMOS? And when should I press the clear CMOS button? When in windows, shut down state or in bios? Sorry for the noob questions.

Also just 1 more question, I ran the 5 way opti previously, with the switches turned off, I mean those on the mobo like tpu etc, will the optimization give different results when these switches are turned on? Thanks
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Hi guys
I am running x99 deluxe, 5930k.
The default speed is 3.5ghz. And because I ever run the 5 way optimization, it is running at 4.3ghz now. Now I like to clear this and start from stock. I have set bios to load defaults but it is still running at 4.3. Is the right way to clear CMOS? And when should I press the clear CMOS button? When in windows, shut down state or in bios? Sorry for the noob questions.

Also just 1 more question, I ran the 5 way opti previously, with the switches turned off, I mean those on the mobo like tpu etc, will the optimization give different results when these switches are turned on? Thanks



1) Clear CMOS with the board in standby state. That means the board is not powered on but the PSU is in standby (AC power is on). When the board is powered on then you can load defaults and save and exit. This will overwrite any applied settings.

2) Do not use the switches if you are overclocking using 5-way or making any manual adjustments. The switches are for use when no other adjustments are being made only. The TPU switch contains two OC profiles. Auto tuning provides an overclock tailored for your system. They do not need to be and should not be used toggether - there is no point in doing so.

-Raja
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