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Originally Posted by cybrnook View Post

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

are you on liquid? care to share your bios settings?
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Originally Posted by DocYoda View Post

are you on liquid? care to share your bios settings?
Sorry, yes of course, under water.

RAM is set to XMP
Sync all cores set to 44
CPU Voltage set to Adaptive
Additional turbo voltage set to 1.35

This is a good guide for you:
http://edgeup.asus.com/2016/06/17/broadwell-e-overclocking-guide/
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Does anyone know how to adjust the VCCSA settings in the BIOS?
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Originally Posted by jsutter71 View Post

Does anyone know how to adjust the VCCSA settings in the BIOS?

VCCSA is "System Agent" voltage, and it's mixed right in with the other CPU voltage settings in AI Tweaker:
vccsa.jpg
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Originally Posted by cybrnook View Post

VCCSA is "System Agent" voltage, and it's mixed right in with the other CPU voltage settings in AI Tweaker:
vccsa.jpg
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Now that Optane memory is making headlines it has me thinking. I know that Asus had SSD caching available on some of it's other boards. Does anyone know if SSD caching is supported with these boards?
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Loading the original bios did not succeed,
Before I just disconnected the ram, as before,
Then I unplugged all the power cables and waited a few hours,
Then magically did it all, why?

Now i have the 4.4ghz 1.2v and 2400mhz ram cpu.

Unfortunately I haven't experience in oc, explain to me what changes in oc to have a greater mhz in ram?

I had an oc stable at 4.5ghz 1.3v and ram 3000mhz, with bclk 125, the CPU warm less and made 200 points more on Cinebench R15, tut then nothing works anymore, plus my 1080 in heaven sky has a score of just 3000 points, activated, everything Ok from the nvidia panel, by cpz the ratio is always 4.4.

Can someone help me? Is there a simple guide to follow?
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Originally Posted by jsutter71 View Post

Now that Optane memory is making headlines it has me thinking. I know that Asus had SSD caching available on some of it's other boards. Does anyone know if SSD caching is supported with these boards?

I have been following the Optane myself very closely, and when I heard that it only works on 200 chipset series I was kinda dissapointed and pissed at the time.
I would love to replace optane m.2(when consumer m.2 comes to market) with my 950 pro, this was the plan for me.

But I might just get the 960 pro 512gb instead, tho I would like the highest IOPS R/W count I can get,the 1tb is too expensive.
And frankly I dont know if giving a ssd cache m.2 will give my 950 pro any boost.

But I hope so.
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Originally Posted by zlpw0ker View Post

I have been following the Optane myself very closely, and when I heard that it only works on 200 chipset series I was kinda dissapointed and pissed at the time.
I would love to replace optane m.2(when consumer m.2 comes to market) with my 950 pro, this was the plan for me.

But I might just get the 960 pro 512gb instead, tho I would like the highest IOPS R/W count I can get,the 1tb is too expensive.
And frankly I dont know if giving a ssd cache m.2 will give my 950 pro any boost.

But I hope so.

I am very impressed with the speed of my 960 pro which was an upgrade from my SM951. my 960 pro is 1TB which is my primary drive in my M.2 slot. Since everyone wanted one and the EVO version the SM951's dropped in price a lot so I picked up a second one for $200. So I have 2 512GB SM951 NVMe drives for secondary storage. I also have 6 mechanical hard drives. Two 6TB drives in RAID 0 and four 4TB drives in RAID 10. The ability to speed up those mechanical drives with SSD caching would be a very attractive option. It makes perfect since why you would implement that feature on a workstation board who's primary functions revolve around storage. Just saying Asus wink.gif
It took them long enough to update their last firmware so I doubt that feature will ever show anytime if at all. rolleyes.gif
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Originally Posted by jsutter71 View Post

I am very impressed with the speed of my 960 pro which was an upgrade from my SM951. my 960 pro is 1TB which is my primary drive in my M.2 slot. Since everyone wanted one and the EVO version the SM951's dropped in price a lot so I picked up a second one for $200. So I have 2 512GB SM951 NVMe drives for secondary storage. I also have 6 mechanical hard drives. Two 6TB drives in RAID 0 and four 4TB drives in RAID 10. The ability to speed up those mechanical drives with SSD caching would be a very attractive option. It makes perfect since why you would implement that feature on a workstation board who's primary functions revolve around storage. Just saying Asus wink.gif
It took them long enough to update their last firmware so I doubt that feature will ever show anytime if at all. rolleyes.gif

I have 3x 6tb wd black hdd's for storage, would the storage hdd's take advantage of optane cache ssd?
assuming that our board could take optane technology.
I kinda have this feeling that 3502 is the last bios.
it would be really awesome if asus would make optane happen on our ws board.
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