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post #3821 of 3872
make sure your voltage is set to "adaptive".
post #3822 of 3872
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Originally Posted by cybrnook View Post

make sure your voltage is set to "adaptive".

I already set it to adaptive. The weird part is.. its running at 4.0Ghz all the time... considering stock speeds up to 3.8Ghz... should I worry about this? I already ran defaults in BIOS like 3 times already.
post #3823 of 3872
Not sure, as mine works fine (Same CPU). I have mine set to adaptive and it scales fine, I am sure it comes down to your settings in AI Tweaker.

I use XMP with DDR@3200.
post #3824 of 3872
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Originally Posted by cybrnook View Post

Not sure, as mine works fine (Same CPU). I have mine set to adaptive and it scales fine, I am sure it comes down to your settings in AI Tweaker.

I use XMP with DDR@3200.

If I leave it like this... would it be ok? I am having good temps though.
post #3825 of 3872
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Originally Posted by DocYoda View Post

Hi.

After updating bios to 3502.. I cant get my CPU to downscale anymore even if I turned on intel speed step. I reverted back to 3302, 3402... I cant seem to get the feature back. I already loaded optimized default. I have a 6850k. I used to run this at 4.2Ghz@1.275 core (42x100) and it downscales to 1000Mhz when in idle. Now I cant get it back... Now I am at default speed and it runs 4Ghz at stock all the time. Am I missing something here or something went wrong?

If you're using Windows, be sure to check power options / processor power management / minimum processor state, and set it to 20 or 25%.
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post #3826 of 3872
Hi Everyone,

Just wanted to say thanks to this thread and all the contributors, it's helped me loads on my first PC build coming from an Apple background.

I wanted to see if anyone could shed some light on a problem I'm having with my X99 E-WS 3.1 motherboard.

It's been working great for the last few months but had some BSOD during sleep so updated my BIOS to the latest version (I had an earlier version from 2015) which made me have loads of random BSOD at reboot time ranging from System Service exceptions to Memory Management issues.

I re-installed Windows which has reduced my BSOD to a few random ones which always seem to happen the next day when I load up for the first time? I've only got 2 since re-installing both happening in the morning when I start it up first time.

I have tested my ram using memtest for 8 hours and no problems. My BIOS settings are at the default setting so no over clocking etc.

I'm stumped.

I have my CPU-Z report which shows my system info and also my Bluescreen reports in the dropbox folder below if anyone can help.

Much appreciated.

Thanks,
Chris

Dropbox Link:
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/1f8jf2d3qrz6nol/AACGjA3vKBtjxblJgjhcQZC8a?dl=0
post #3827 of 3872
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Originally Posted by cpenn View Post

Hi Everyone,

Just wanted to say thanks to this thread and all the contributors, it's helped me loads on my first PC build coming from an Apple background.

I wanted to see if anyone could shed some light on a problem I'm having with my X99 E-WS 3.1 motherboard.

It's been working great for the last few months but had some BSOD during sleep so updated my BIOS to the latest version (I had an earlier version from 2015) which made me have loads of random BSOD at reboot time ranging from System Service exceptions to Memory Management issues.

I re-installed Windows which has reduced my BSOD to a few random ones which always seem to happen the next day when I load up for the first time? I've only got 2 since re-installing both happening in the morning when I start it up first time.

I have tested my ram using memtest for 8 hours and no problems. My BIOS settings are at the default setting so no over clocking etc.

I'm stumped.

I have my CPU-Z report which shows my system info and also my Bluescreen reports in the dropbox folder below if anyone can help.

Much appreciated.

Thanks,
Chris

Dropbox Link:
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/1f8jf2d3qrz6nol/AACGjA3vKBtjxblJgjhcQZC8a?dl=0

Make sure your power supply is enough for your system and also that your power cables are working properly. A lot of my problems went away after I fixed my power cables. You wouldn't think that it would cause BSODs but it did for me. Also verify that your CPU is functioning properly.
post #3828 of 3872
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Originally Posted by DocYoda View Post

If I leave it like this... would it be ok? I am having good temps though.

You're going to generate a lot of heat as you are running full bore 24x7, and you will be wasting a ton of electricity. I will not recommend leaving it like this.

Maybe it's better for you to update to the latest BIOS, clear your CMOS, and configure from scratch 1 setting at a time to find where you are going wrong.
post #3829 of 3872
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Originally Posted by zlpw0ker View Post

ye,thanks for the link.

now I would hope that optane might happening on x99 on pcie based optane ssd,much like the intel 750 series.

So Asus does have Ramcache for all ROG boards to include their X99 chipset boards. The only problem is that they have the software locked. During install the software only installs for ROG boards. Think what you want about that because I have my own choice words. Why does all their OTHER ROG software work to INCLUDE ramdisk except for that particular program? AsRock also has their version but without X99 chipset support.

Their are a couple alternatives that look interesting and linked from Asus's Ramcache page
http://superspeed.com/download/trialversions.php
http://www.romexsoftware.com/en-us/index.html
Edited by jsutter71 - 5/2/17 at 10:43am
post #3830 of 3872
I downloaded and installed PrimoCache which was a painless process. I set it up to use a spare SSD for my cache drive and attached my 2 mechanical HDD RAID arrays. Here are the benchmark results. To early to tell for real world usage but looks amazing so far. The software is highly configurable compared to Asus's ramcache software which is not. The software makes you reboot every time a change is made and so far have received no error messages or had any issues. The software works fine with RST and I did not change any of those settings.

Edited by jsutter71 - 5/2/17 at 11:47am
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