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Originally Posted by tatmMRKIV View Post

because nick shih is their lead OC designer. and he only works with the OC formula lineup usually. ( I guess he is doing the x99m fatality 3.1 though)

the reason these boards have so many bios updates is because extreme OCers use them, and nick supports the extreme OCers
Yes, but X99 OCF is still top of the extreme line up. As soon as z170 was looming, all and any support disappeared fo x99 and 5960x, 5930k, and 5820k. x99 is still the preferred and necessary platform for most gpu benching, not to mention rendering, video editing and other power users. Nest time i buy, i'm definitely remembering this situation. Sorry Asrock, I'm going back to Asus, who supports all products with updates, even after EOL. I believe they making a major mistake catering to one small segment of overclocking. And honestly not much of any substantial gain over most manufacturers in mem clocking.
Edited by hotrod717 - 1/23/16 at 10:12am
    
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Intel 5820k Asrock x99 OCF V3.1 One of many Kingston HyperX Predator 
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Samsung 840 EVO Asus Bluray Custom Water Win7 Ultimate 
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post #462 of 784
Agreed. For comparisons sake, the 3.1 Version of the X99-A came out 2 months before the 3.1 Killer X99X did, but nonetheless has 5 different BIOS updates to the 1 BETA BIOS that ASRock has come out with....
post #463 of 784
Going to keep it at 4.5ghz it looks like. 1.37v, 72c load. Going to mess around with cache and memory next.
post #464 of 784
Nice! Just letting you know... yesterday I tried the 1.17 BETA BIOS again and there is no way to BOOT into windows with the same settings, something is wrong with Cache voltage settings in BIOS...
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Nice! Just letting you know... yesterday I tried the 1.17 BETA BIOS again and there is no way to BOOT into windows with the same settings, something is wrong with Cache voltage settings in BIOS...

Good to know, thanks. Hopefully they get an improved BIOS out soon.
post #466 of 784
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Originally Posted by hotrod717 View Post

Yes, but X99 OCF is still top of the extreme line up. As soon as z170 was looming, all and any support disappeared fo x99 and 5960x, 5930k, and 5820k. x99 is still the preferred and necessary platform for most gpu benching, not to mention rendering, video editing and other power users. Nest time i buy, i'm definitely remembering this situation. Sorry Asrock, I'm going back to Asus, who supports all products with updates, even after EOL. I believe they making a major mistake catering to one small segment of overclocking. And honestly not much of any substantial gain over most manufacturers in mem clocking.
I dont get your post. are you saying you dont have a 3.1 OCF?
cuz a bios came out for the 3.1 version last month like I said on hwbot.

http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?289598-***Offical-ASRock-x99-OC-Formula-Thread-Tips-Discussion-BIOS-Tools***/page4
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I didn't think they would make a full water block for the ITX/ac
me neither, but they did and its not bad..

now if only they had one for the x99m 3.1 killer... then I could do my build just the way I want to...
Edited by tatmMRKIV - 1/25/16 at 11:39am
post #467 of 784
tatmMRKIV,

what is your current overclock with your x99m 3.1

im trying to get stable mine at 4.4ghz but im having problems to monitor the voltages, as you know hwinfo and hardwaremonitor is not showing the voltages label to which is which.
post #468 of 784
Well i can pass xtu with 4750 and 4700 with 4.5cache @c11 3333 and i used to be pretty stable but i havent really messed with mine much since z170.

Unlike hotrod. I dont care about gpu overclocking.

I just recently dug it out but not tried for 24/7 stable really. Its at 4ghz i think right now.. i dunno. I heard its bad to do CAD overclocked and thats what i am using it for so i just went really mild with it
I just did some random voltages and it hasnt crashed for a week so i dont really care.
post #469 of 784
thanks!

mind sharing here your settings with me?

im currently at 4.3ghz 1.2v Cache 3ghz and my rams are downclocked at 3000mhz

just changed the vcore as i cant monitor properly the other voltages


i have 64gb and if i run it at 3200mhz it will only show 48GB
post #470 of 784
3200 is probably tough on imc at that density. I am only using 4gb sticks, so 16gb total.

Biggest issue i had was cache which basically demanded 1.56v for that additional voltage option.

I think vcore 1.38v, vccin 1.95 or 1.97(iirc this slight variation made a big difference)
1.286 vccsa i think
And 1.233-1.24
I forget what those belonged to... vccio for 1.233-1.24v iirc

For 4.75 core and 4.5 cache. 4.6cache is 1.35 vccsa and 1.625 cache pll (when i can get it to work didnt have luck with 4.6ghz cache since i dig it out of storage.)
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