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You have to take what people claim to be "stable" with a grain of salt. Everyone has their own benchmarks, stress tests and unique workloads that make it basically impossible to compare apples to apples. Not to mention silicon lottery.
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post #3062 of 4103
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Originally Posted by baconinabun View Post

i run my corsair dom plats @3200 on 100mhz clocks having to use corsair ram coolers thow, not had any problems so far with the 3004 bios in fact made it more stable, (y)


EDIT: Stable as in no way am i upgrading to next bios(3101), until such time..........

Thank you! Will grab 3004 when I get a chance. Appreciated smile.gif
     
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post #3063 of 4103
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Lucky, I've never been able to have stable 3200 (not just working, but stress tested stable). I've also only been able to get 3000 (and higher) working with 125... wasn't that required or something? maybe it was only an issue when the boards were new (using xmp auto changes it to that) or maybe it was a rampage V issues smile.gif


DO NOT USE XMP, set the bios DRAM timings to what it says on your RAM, scroll down a bit further and you will see "Eventual Voltage" put what it says on your ram in their,set the tweaker speed to 3200, the next step would be to find your system agent voltage, mine is 0.0411 for 64gb corsair your might be different,

one more thing, Disable AiSuite from auto run at start up, but bring it up to adjust voltages to find the stable, then just input all figures into BIOS and "bobs your uncle"

hope that makes some sort of sense, good air flow on the RAM helps a treat

Basic Setting: original-a1e37a89e2c4f2605761d11b9f947073.jpg


all configed in bios 100 strap
Edited by baconinabun - 6/7/16 at 5:38am
post #3064 of 4103
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Originally Posted by Radox-0 View Post

Thank you! Will grab 3004 when I get a chance. Appreciated smile.gif

see above post smile.gif
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Originally Posted by weinstein888 View Post

You have to take what people claim to be "stable" with a grain of salt. Everyone has their own benchmarks, stress tests and unique workloads that make it basically impossible to compare apples to apples. Not to mention silicon lottery.

Edited by baconinabun - 6/7/16 at 3:02am
post #3065 of 4103
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Originally Posted by weinstein888 View Post

You have to take what people claim to be "stable" with a grain of salt. Everyone has their own benchmarks, stress tests and unique workloads that make it basically impossible to compare apples to apples. Not to mention silicon lottery.


one hundred percent right, but SLEEP mode is your friend,Aisuite is a associate, if BIOS is not setup right then how is it supposed to stretch it's legs, and it does stretch them biggrin.gif
post #3066 of 4103
I have a problem with my WS-board which is giving me a headache. I have a kit of Corsair LPX 3000MHz, a dual 2x8GB kit (a new one and an old one from a Skylake-rig).

The problem is that I can't get them to boot at the rated 3000Mhz at all.
Same settings with 3200Mhz works just fine, but it is not completely stable as it makes Overwatch crash sometimes (but not Warhammer funnily enough).
Increased timings does not help it unfortunately.

My next step is to try to increase VCCSA to see if that helps.

5960X @ 4.0Ghz
UEFI version 3101

Any other suggestions or tips that can be of help? XMP just wants 125Mhz Strap (Which does not work, by the way).
post #3067 of 4103
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Originally Posted by Nokiron View Post

I have a problem with my WS-board which is giving me a headache. I have a kit of Corsair LPX 3000MHz, a dual 2x8GB kit (a new one and an old one from a Skylake-rig).

The problem is that I can't get them to boot at the rated 3000Mhz at all.
Same settings with 3200Mhz works just fine, but it is not completely stable as it makes Overwatch crash sometimes (but not Warhammer funnily enough).
Increased timings does not help it unfortunately.

My next step is to try to increase VCCSA to see if that helps.

5960X @ 4.0Ghz
UEFI version 3101

Any other suggestions or tips that can be of help? XMP just wants 125Mhz Strap (Which does not work, by the way).


disable XMP or enable XMP and just set the bus speeds to 100 in tweaker menu?

error in my above post 0.411 is my SA, but that's a good place to start biggrin.gif
post #3068 of 4103
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Originally Posted by baconinabun View Post

disable XMP or enable XMP and just set the bus speeds to 100 in tweaker menu?

error in my above post 0.411 is my SA, but that's a good place to start biggrin.gif
I have tried putting in all the paramters manually but to no avail frown.gif

Iam perplexed why its possible with 3200Mhz but not 3000Mhz.
post #3069 of 4103
Hi,

First time posting here. Wanted to see if I could get some help. I own a ASUS X99e ws with bios v1302. I downloaded the bios update 3101 from the link here for my motherboard and have tried to update the bios from the bios page EZ flash. I have moved the bios that I downloaded to a USB thumbdrive and when I attempt to update from the BIOS page, it tells me that it isn't a usable bios version.

Thinking maybe I messed up the download, I went to ASUS Japan and downloaded the BIOS update for the new Broadwell chips and got the same result. I thought maybe I needed to change the name of the file to the short version X99EWS.CAP and tired that as well. Still no joy.

I've made sure that I have the right version of the motherboard, checking the board and box and it is not the USB 3.1 version.

I'm out of ideas. Any help would be appreciated.

Zalster1
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Originally Posted by Nokiron View Post

I have tried putting in all the paramters manually but to no avail frown.gif

Iam perplexed why its possible with 3200Mhz but not 3000Mhz.

strap the CPU to 125, set the Bclk to 100, teaker menu drop down to 3000?

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Originally Posted by Zalster1 View Post

Hi,

First time posting here. Wanted to see if I could get some help. I own a ASUS X99e ws with bios v1302. I downloaded the bios update 3101 from the link here for my motherboard and have tried to update the bios from the bios page EZ flash. I have moved the bios that I downloaded to a USB thumbdrive and when I attempt to update from the BIOS page, it tells me that it isn't a usable bios version.

Thinking maybe I messed up the download, I went to ASUS Japan and downloaded the BIOS update for the new Broadwell chips and got the same result. I thought maybe I needed to change the name of the file to the short version X99EWS.CAP and tired that as well. Still no joy.

I've made sure that I have the right version of the motherboard, checking the board and box and it is not the USB 3.1 version.

I'm out of ideas. Any help would be appreciated.

Zalster1

just rename bios file from to X99-E-WS-ASUS-3101 to X99EWS.CAP and stick that onto your root device(C:),and that should be it?, get the Globle download? your problems could be you've renamed it with "X99EWS.CAP.CAP" worth a look? ignore the bupdater unless you using Flashback

i had problems with using Bios Flashback, so i just used UEFI to install the update(3004), hence sticking X99EWS.CAP in my root directory

hope that helps, two more things when bios is flashed remove battery for a few minuets(personal preference), have fun

IMPORTANT: bios updates turn off your intel RAID, either disconnect RAID drives or have a backup of RAID, preferably both!

if you have any bios profile saves back them up to USB
Edited by baconinabun - 6/8/16 at 12:05am
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