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Originally Posted by Radox-0 View Post

4.6 Mhz, that must feel painfully slow biggrin.gif

What sort of volts if it pumping through for 4.6 GHz out of curiosity, sound like you god a solid chip.

I have never OC'd a computer in my life and have been building them for 15 years. Have had this MB for 2 years. To answer your question I just stressed the CPU using CPU-Z at the 4.6MHz (my bad 4.6GHz) and Core Voltage goes to 1.28V the temp to 69C and fan only moves from 600 to 1050 RPM's
Edited by Poppapete - 4/21/17 at 2:43pm
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BIOS 3502 is available for 3.1 version.finally
post #3793 of 3855
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I have never OC'd a computer in my life and have been building them for 15 years. Have had this MB for 2 years. To answer your question I just stressed the CPU using CPU-Z at the 4.6MHz and Core Voltage goes to 1.28V the temp to 69C and fan only moves from 600 to 1050 RPM's

Was a jest as you wrote MHz instead of GHz smile.gif

Sounds like you got a solid chip. I would try something with a bit more load on it though, ASUS Real bench or even a quick Cinibench run. Doubt there is an issue with instability, but the CPU-Z stress test is actually very light.
     
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Just updated to BIOS 3502 and noticed a couple improvements so far. First when I enabled the XMP profile my memory was auto set for the proper speeds. Next is a nice improvement in AIDA64 Cache & Memory benchmark. I set all my typical overclock settings but I haven't done any other benchmarking yet. More details will follow.
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Anybody who have a 3.1 ver with 6850k here? would like to know about the 3502 update and overclocking. thank you
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I recently assembled my new pc,
ASUS x99m ws
5960x
32gb corsair

First boot everything ok,
I immediately tried an oc, 4.5 ghz and 1.30v, ram 2133, all ok, stable,
I try to raise ram speed and pc doesn't work, code 00, crush the red key (CLR_CMOS) and after several attempts resume.
OK works ok, restart, I still try oc, 4.5ghz with 1.30v, bclk 1.25 and ram 3000.

Work all perfect, cpu max 62 ° in full load, 1796 in cinebench r15, i turn off everything and go to bed thinking that the next day I would try to lower the cpu voltage

The next day, I try to turn on and the pc but doesn't start, mb code 00, if I crush the CLR_CMOS button nothing happens.

Help
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@Papuz

you may try to do bios flash back and load defaults. Hope that helps
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does the new bios increase or decrease boot times?
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does the new bios increase or decrease boot times?

That depends on your settings but I haven't really noticed any difference. The biggest change for me was that my system performance is faster. I broke 19000 in Time Spy which is something I have never been able to do.

Edited by jsutter71 - 4/22/17 at 12:54pm
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Originally Posted by DocYoda View Post

Anybody who have a 3.1 ver with 6850k here? would like to know about the 3502 update and overclocking. thank you

Still stable at my 4.4 OC @ 1.35 with DDR4 3200 RAM 4x8GB.
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