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post #511 of 786
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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...

What program are you using to read cache voltage with and in "said" program, what is that program calling cache voltage?? What is a "normal" voltage needed for a cache speed of 4ghz? Im using beta bios 1.16 still and have a cache speed of 4ghz but using "Auto" for voltage in bios. Using hwmonitor to read voltages and aida64 I cant seem to find cache voltage readings.... Thanks for any help
post #512 of 786
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Originally Posted by newls1 View Post

What program are you using to read cache voltage with and in "said" program, what is that program calling cache voltage?? What is a "normal" voltage needed for a cache speed of 4ghz? Im using beta bios 1.16 still and have a cache speed of 4ghz but using "Auto" for voltage in bios. Using hwmonitor to read voltages and aida64 I cant seem to find cache voltage readings.... Thanks for any help

HWMonitor is the only app that shows Cache/Ring voltage... and even this I don't know if it's accurate.
What Voltage you will need depends on a CPU, just like CoreVoltage... I need 1.1V for 4GHz.

post #513 of 786
@newls1
I'm using A+Tuning from ASRock




How much Voltage you need depends on the CPU(even board) so if you are really unlucky you might need 1.2Volt for 4.1 GHz.

But as far as I can tell 1.1Volt should be good for 4GHz CPU.

I'm not sure about cache voltage though, depends on the board(OC Socket) I'm running my setup at 4.2 GHz Cache with 1.15 Cache voltage.
post #514 of 786
thanks for the reply guys!
post #515 of 786
So I rediscovered RamDisk with this board and tried it out


yepp, was pretty impressive, but I only have 4x4gb RAM.

My question is, should I buy an additional 4x4gb or sell my current kit and buy 4x8gb?
Is there a big difference if I run 2x quad-channel vs 1 quad-channel?
post #516 of 786
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Originally Posted by Bloodymight View Post

@newls1
I'm using A+Tuning from ASRock




How much Voltage you need depends on the CPU(even board) so if you are really unlucky you might need 1.2Volt for 4.1 GHz.

But as far as I can tell 1.1Volt should be good for 4GHz CPU.

I'm not sure about cache voltage though, depends on the board(OC Socket) I'm running my setup at 4.2 GHz Cache with 1.15 Cache voltage.

As far as I tested the F-Stream Tuning it just shows BIOS set values not sensor values...
post #517 of 786
I think it shows sensor. I had variations from bios on my x99m

I recommend getting hwinfo as a backup though. you really only need an idea of where its at. as long as its wthin safe range. I mean you change it based on hoiw the chip performs at that voltage so whatever voltage it is as long as it's safe is incoonsequential
post #518 of 786
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Originally Posted by Associated View Post

shows BIOS set values not sensor values...

It does show sensor values for me since it changed it's numbers all the time while benchmarking.

For example cpu voltage went down to 1.134 while prime and input voltage jumped up and down between 1.6 and 1.78 ...
post #519 of 786
I meant the Cache voltage...
post #520 of 786
Hmmz... I ran into some problems last night with my X99 Fatality Professional. I sold my GTX970, and the buyer requested to see it running. I took my pc case, keyboard, mouse and one screen downstairs and set it up over there so a stranger does not have to wander through my entire home. I took out my GTX980ti and inserted the GTX970. I could not get past the the bootscreen of my LSI raidcontroller.

To make sure the system was running before the buyer arrived I took out the raidcontroller and could boot without a problem. The guy that came over bought the GTX970 and I inserted the 980ti again. With the raidcontroller inserted as well the system hangs at the bootscreen of the raidcontroller (which follows up after the Asrock one). However, I am not able to go to the Asrock bios. The mobo displays error code 62. When I unplug the raidcontroller I am not able to boot at all and the mobo display error code 99.

error code 61-91 = Chipset initialization error. Please press reset or clear
CMOS.
error code 92-99 = Problem related to PCI-E devices. Please re-install PCI-E
devices or try installing them in other slots. If the problem
still exists, please remove all PCI-E devices or try using
another VGA card.

I took out the mobo battery to clear the CMOS, and left it over night this way. I am wondering why it is not booting anymore since it was working perfectly before.I tried unplugging everything beside mouse, keyboard and display. The system was running stock speeds when this happened, the only thing I adjusted was the fanprofile. I hope I will be able to boot again tonight when I come home from work. If not, do you guys have any recommendations?
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
5690x ASRock Fatal1ty X99 Professional Gigabyte GeForce GTX 980 Ti G1 Gaming 6GB Crucial Ballistix Sport 32GB DDR4-2400 CL16 qua... 
Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveHard Drive
Samsung 840 PRO 512GB 2x RAID 0  Samsung Spinpoint F1 1TB 2x RAID 0 Western Digital Caviar Green 500GB (SATA2, 32MB)  samsung 850 pro 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingOS
Samsung SM951  LG DVR 20X DL Sata  Cooler Master Nepton 140XL Windows 7 Pro 64 bit 
MonitorMonitorMonitorKeyboard
Samsung SyncMaster 2443BW   Samsung SyncMaster 245B+  Pioneer LX5090H CM Storm Quickfire 
PowerCaseMouseMouse Pad
Corsair Professional Series AX1200i  Corsair Obsidian 550D  MadCatz R.A.T. 7 Matte Black CM Storm limited Counter Strike Global Offensiv... 
AudioOther
Creative SoundBlaster X-Fi Surround 5.1 Pro and... lsi megaraid 9265-8i 
CPUMotherboardRAMHard Drive
Intel Core i5 3570T  ASRock Z77E-ITX Crucial BLT4G3D1337DT1TX0CEU Intel 520 120GB SSD 
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Windows Server 2012 with Audiophile Optimizer Seasonic Pico-PSU 150XT Streacom FC8 Intel Gigabit CT Desktop  
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Meicord Opal audiophile LAN cable 0,5M 
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Intel Core i5 3570T  ASRock Z77E-ITX Crucial BLT4G3D1337DT1TX0CEU PPAstudio Compact Flash cardreader 
OSPowerCaseOther
Windows Server 2012 with Audiophile Optimizer PPAstudio 120W linear psu  Streacom FC8 PPAstudio USB card 
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