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post #501 of 785
Looks like they just came out with a new BIOS for the Killer 3.1 and probably some of the other ones too.
post #502 of 785
Please let us now how it is if you update, I don't have time today.. mad.gif
post #503 of 785
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Originally Posted by mustardtigerrr View Post

Looks like they just came out with a new BIOS for the Killer 3.1 and probably some of the other ones too.

im at work for the next 48hrs otherwise i'd update my Killer X 3.1 now...Anyone know what all might be updated other then what they commonly say on asrocks site?
post #504 of 785
Bah... disappointment after disappointment, just like Beta it doesn't even boot on my OC settings... back to V1.00 for me... mad.gif
post #505 of 785
im sorry to hear that
post #506 of 785
Is there a way to increase the baseclock straps?

There seems to be no way of increasing it, I tried to change the BCLK/PCIE ratio to 1.25 but it didn't change anything for me.... it's not like that I need it, since I run my 5820 at 4.5 ghz core and 4.3 cache(can't increase past that, doesnt change anything if I use 45 multi for some reason).
post #507 of 785
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Originally Posted by Bloodymight View Post

Is there a way to increase the baseclock straps?

There seems to be no way of increasing it, I tried to change the BCLK/PCIE ratio to 1.25 but it didn't change anything for me.... it's not like that I need it, since I run my 5820 at 4.5 ghz core and 4.3 cache(can't increase past that, doesnt change anything if I use 45 multi for some reason).
Try changing in Dram section. You can change strap in there as well. Pay attention to whether it changes in the main/header
    
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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 #508 of 785
Yepp, it changes the baseclock in the Main header too.

Last time I tried, I resetet all settings to default and just turned xmp on, immediately it changed my baseclock to 125MHz, BCLK/PCIE Ratio was on auto btw, restarted and checked the Bios before it could boot.
Everything seems to be ok, it even changed the CPU ratio automatically to 28 I believe, so i let it boot aaaaand it freezes while these little tiny dots where circling.

I'm really scared to damage my hardware since I don't know if it increases the BCLK Straps or the raw Baseclock frequenzy when turning XMP on.

Currently my RAM is running at 3.2GHz with 100MHz BCLK at 1.35Volt, I'm pretty happy with this board so far, only this Baseclock Strap doesn't seem to exist at all.


Maybe I'm just too stupid to understand all of this.
post #509 of 785
gosh I think I have to pass up neweggs great deal
G.Skill Ripjaws V Series 64GB (4 x 16GB) DDR4-2400 Memory $379.99 (usually 399.99)

because the x99 Refreshed boards for 6950x aren't out

I don't want to buy pieces tied to something until they have come out and gone thru some market activity
perhaps DDR4 memory could come down another 50 to 150 dollars??

I could buy two nashua 3000rpm fans 4pin just to see how much they will improve h110i gtx cooling
while I recycle the corsair fans to case cooling

but I would hold back buying the 3pin case fans because I haven't decided what motherboard I'd go with
post #510 of 785
So... nobody else tested the new P1.20 BIOS for X99X Killer 3.1?

Just one advice... if you plan to overclock cache on P1.20, be sure not to use Auto cache voltage... (because adaptive voltage mode is broken) I just had to test if it would Boot with Auto voltage (4GHz cache), and it did, but MOBO gave the CPU 1.45V cache voltage, As far as I tested it didn't damage it, because I powered it as soon as I saw the voltage was too high. It really makes me sad that ASRock can't produce a BIOS without major bugs mad.gif After that I didn't have any will power to test out the Offset mode, and it's really pointless, because you don't know what the real voltage is, it just shows how much offset you gave to the chip. So i'm back to P1.00.


EDIT: not to mention I have wrote to tech support about it and no answer... if any of you guys have couple of minutes to spare and own a X99X Killer 3.1, be sure to write them about it...
Edited by Associated - 2/17/16 at 12:39am
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