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post #591 of 1958
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Originally Posted by InfiniteImp View Post

They moved it. Look under OS -> Other.

I found that when I was looking for Rampage V Extreme BIOSes.
(Oh and btw, I picked one up on the way home from work today)

Gonna do some OCing now with the Sabertooth now.. see where I get.

Picked what up?
post #592 of 1958
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Originally Posted by Undermoose View Post

Picked what up?

A Rampage V Extreme.

Btw- OCing not going well on my Sabertooth. Using offset mode and + 240mv offset is getting me nowhere. After I finish booting, AI Suite says I'm running ar 1.280 vcore. When Prime95 starts up it blips briefly to 1.294 then drops back to 1.280. Tried with LLC 6 and 9. No luck. As with the last BIOS version, anything over multiplier 35 and it crashes during stress testing.
post #593 of 1958
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Originally Posted by xkm1948 View Post

Well once Broadwell-E comes out and you want some new CPU then you will have no choice but to update BIOS.tongue.gif

AIO is All In One closed loop liquid CPU cooling.

OC and XMP goes well together. Are you ready for some OC? Let's go!

1. Go to AITuning in advanced settings.
2. Sync All Core ratio together
3. Since you are using 100BCLK, set core multiplier to 41. This should give you a 4.1GHz OC.
4. Set vcore to offset mode, enter +190mv. This should be more than enough for a solid 4.1GHz OC.
5. Run some tests and let us know the result.





However I can already predict what the result is gonna be: biggrin.gif

"Yeah the system OC pretty good, score bumped up xxx in xxx benchmark, but I am gonna go back to my sweet XMP default setting." hahahaha

New run per spec above compared to previous: http://rog.asus.com/realbench/show_comment.php?id=10936&compare=10914
post #594 of 1958
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Originally Posted by InfiniteImp View Post

A Rampage V Extreme.

Btw- OCing not going well on my Sabertooth. Using offset mode and + 240mv offset is getting me nowhere. After I finish booting, AI Suite says I'm running ar 1.280 vcore. When Prime95 starts up it blips briefly to 1.294 then drops back to 1.280. Tried with LLC 6 and 9. No luck. As with the last BIOS version, anything over multiplier 35 and it crashes during stress testing.

While you can OC with the Sabertooth X99, I don't think it's what the board is all about.

I view it more of a gamer x99 board with a 5 year warranty, great fan controller built right into the motherboard, durable design, and great feature set.

Put into my Corsair 780T case it can keep the airflow slow and quiet yet spools up for gaming mode enough to keep two top end video cards below 80c.
post #595 of 1958
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Originally Posted by Undermoose View Post

While you can OC with the Sabertooth X99, I don't think it's what the board is all about.

I view it more of a gamer x99 board with a 5 year warranty, great fan controller built right into the motherboard, durable design, and great feature set.

Put into my Corsair 780T case it can keep the airflow slow and quiet yet spools up for gaming mode enough to keep two top end video cards below 80c.

I think you're right. It's more about durability, reliability and quiet performance and the board does awesome at that. For that matter, a 4.375 OC isn't at all bad, I just want more overclocking potential. I'll know soon enough if it's there with the R5E.
post #596 of 1958
Hi can someone help me with the AI Suite 3, so I turned on my Rig today and got a AI suite 3 matrix something some thing Abnormal termination, and I can't uninstall it from programs and features. And when I do try to uninstall it the AI SUITE3 uninstall screen pops up but nothing is in the dialog box to select and uninstall. aisuitehelp.png 6k .png file

I included a picture of what the message said
post #597 of 1958
Perhaps try installing it again, then removing it? Just a thought.
post #598 of 1958
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Originally Posted by Undermoose View Post

Perhaps try installing it again, then removing it? Just a thought.

Can I install a program again that has been installed already ? I would keep all the other utilities and just download the ai suite by itself?
post #599 of 1958
Just to make sure you're not dealing with drive errors, start with a chkdsk /f of your system drive. If that makes no difference, see if you have a restore point you can fall back to, maybe get you to a state before this error started. These are general solutions. I don't know of a fix specific to the error you're getting.
post #600 of 1958
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Originally Posted by duckyboy View Post

Can I install a program again that has been installed already ? I would keep all the other utilities and just download the ai suite by itself?

Yes, it'll install over itself. Not everything works like that, but this will.
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