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post #9971 of 15950
Ok I have applied these settings and will give it a try.
post #9972 of 15950
No luck. its only detecting 24gb still after a few restarts it drops from 32gb. If I do a full shut down then boot to bios it shows 32, then 24, then 32 back and forth
Edited by gotovato - 11/8/15 at 10:36pm
post #9973 of 15950
Guys can anyone tell me if in the pcie advance configurations we have the option gen3 or I remember wrong.
Thanks in advance
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lol - feeding the trolls. wink.gif

Maybe this is the platform where it has no effect - basically a function less bios setting.
So a meaningless bios setting? Yeah - that's possible. I have not noticed any negative effects of it being enabled with adaptive (or disabled with adaptive for that matter)... but old habits are hard to break. So this sounds like a setting that is only relevant at default?


The function of SVID is to allow the external VRM to shed phases in sync with CPU power saving. On this platform, disabling for overclocking is technically preferred due to current demand of the 8 core processors.
post #9975 of 15950
Have you tried doing the 'check memory with random numbers" option? Try putting the xtreem cool jumper on and off and same with strap jumper, dummy over clock and extreem cool on and off.

Ps sometimes i have to wistle to mine for it to post lol
post #9976 of 15950
Yeah i think you get gen 1, 2,3 or auto (4 options)
post #9977 of 15950
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The function of SVID is to allow the external VRM to shed phases in sync with CPU power saving. On this platform, disabling for overclocking is technically preferred due to current demand of the 8 core processors.

Ah.. thanks. So with SVID enabled when using adaptive vcore with c-states/power saving disabled (my current OC)... would the power phases shed when power and voltage are at idle - like 0.78V idle? blinksmiley.gif
(lol - no idea if I'm even asking the right question)
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Ah.. thanks. So with SVID enabled when using adaptive vcore with c-states/power saving disabled (my current OC)... would the power phases shed when power and voltage are at idle - like 0.78V idle? blinksmiley.gif
(lol - no idea if I'm even asking the right question)

Hello

With C-States and other power related settings at default yes phases power down during low load conditions. While it is possible that a full load condition could result before all phases were brought back online I have not seen this happen. Monitoring the VRM with a couple of scopes and a logic analyzer load seems to always lag compared to phase activation. But as Raja stated above the safe setting is SVID disabled.
post #9979 of 15950
Ive posted this in a few others threads, but wanted to get as much input as i can... let me know what you guys think.

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Ok. I got my PC up and stable and got Real bench up and running. I'm very happy with the results and I'm done messing with it for now.. here are my bios pics and bench score.

















only things ive changed since these pics are i set the cache back down to 24 and stock voltage. and i dialed down my ram to 1.35v fully stable (so far)
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Ive posted this in a few others threads, but wanted to get as much input as i can... let me know what you guys think.
only things ive changed since these pics are i set the cache back down to 24 and stock voltage. and i dialed down my ram to 1.35v fully stable (so far)

The cache voltage way to high 1.33v keep it under 1.25v to avoid degration .. also the bottom fan in your case must be intake not exhaust ..

that's nice rig though smile.gif
   
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