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I tried every possible thing. Previously I had Windows 8.1 and I had to use PCI LAN card, which sucks. Now with Windows 10, I tried numerous times with installation of the official driver. I suspect the LAN chip is dead, could this be a possibility? frown.gif

Is the Lan port listed in "Device Manager" ??
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post #1112 of 1438
We published an oc guide for Broadwell-E few days ago.
http://gigabytedaily.blogspot.tw/2016/06/gigabyte-x99-soc-champion-6950x.html

You can find the new GTL in there too.
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Originally Posted by sofos1990 View Post

We published an oc guide for Broadwell-E few days ago.
http://gigabytedaily.blogspot.tw/2016/06/gigabyte-x99-soc-champion-6950x.html

You can find the new GTL in there too.
Nice! thumb.gif


... About the trim plx and vccu offset is this safe to try on haswell - e
Edited by lilchronic - 6/14/16 at 8:06pm
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Originally Posted by lilchronic View Post

Nice! thumb.gif


... About the trim plx and vccu offset is this safe to try on haswell - e

As I said in a previous post.
For Haswell-E stick with F4m or a previous bios unless none of them work for you.
I would only update to the newer bios if I had a Broadwell-E.
post #1115 of 1438
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Originally Posted by sofos1990 View Post

As I said in a previous post.
For Haswell-E stick with F4m or a previous bios unless none of them work for you.
I would only update to the newer bios if I had a Broadwell-E.

Have to strongly disagree there.

By far the best bios is the latest (F22m) for Haswell-E. Plenty of other's in this forum using it with great success too.

IMO it's much more stable than anything before it.
post #1116 of 1438
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Originally Posted by combat fighter View Post

Have to strongly disagree there.

By far the best bios is the latest (F22m) for Haswell-E. Plenty of other's in this forum using it with great success too.

IMO it's much more stable than anything before it.

I'm not saying your wrong, but sofos1990 should know what he's talking about. He works for gigabyte and is a pro overclocker.
post #1117 of 1438
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Originally Posted by combat fighter View Post

Have to strongly disagree there.

By far the best bios is the latest (F22m) for Haswell-E. Plenty of other's in this forum using it with great success too.

IMO it's much more stable than anything before it.

Good to know that it works for you and others as well.
I'm just saying that if a bios from that time works for you without an issue there's no need to update to the latest one.
F22m has also the new UI xD
Especially, the first bios versions like F22h, i, f they only had fixes for BDW-E.
post #1118 of 1438
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Originally Posted by sofos1990 View Post

Good to know that it works for you and others as well.
I'm just saying that if a bios from that time works for you without an issue there's no need to update to the latest one.
F22m has also the new UI xD
Especially, the first bios versions like F22h, i, f they only had fixes for BDW-E.

Yes seems to be working great.

One thing I would like to know is your thoughts on the VL1-6 Voltages. I realise that VL6 is the main one to boost if you want to overclock your cache. That's fine.

Are the other voltages OK to be left at auto?

As some of the other members in this forum have lowered theirs. But I guess the majority of SOC Champion users are running on auto.

I would really love to know your thoughts on this.

An example below:
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Originally Posted by lilchronic View Post

I'm going to start trying to fine tune my VL's aswell.

So far it seems when i OC just the ram and no oc on cache my VL's are

With just my cache overclock'd and no ram OC i get


Note: Cache oc @ 4.5Ghz 1.26vring / Ram 3200 Cl14 1.38vdimm

Ok so this is as low as i can get the VL's before i start loosing stability and boot problems.

Is this beneficial or not?

smile.gif
post #1119 of 1438
VL voltages they are really dependent on the CPU(especially VL6).
Most likely VL4,5 at 1.45 and VL6 is really on your CPU. Start with 1.4V and see how far you can go.
post #1120 of 1438
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Originally Posted by sofos1990 View Post

VL voltages they are really dependent on the CPU(especially VL6).
Most likely VL4,5 at 1.45 and VL6 is really on your CPU. Start with 1.4V and see how far you can go.

What about the VL1-3 voltages. Are they OK at auto then?
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