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Try a lower level of LLC.

I'd also clear CMOS, and leave Offset at default.
Edited by Raja@ASUS - 7/6/16 at 8:40am
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Hey Raja just put to gether my system today

2666MHZ hyperXfury
6600k
Maximus VIII Hero


Trying to over clock but CPUZ is putting the speed all over the place

Speedstep disabled in bios

Any ideas? Turbomode is enabled aswell

When i open things it reached 4.0 but when idle its all over the place





EDIT

Fixed it Power Option was on balanced put it on high performance fixed it
Edited by Ka0sX - 7/6/16 at 9:26am
post #4733 of 5773
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Is adaptive voltage broke for the Maximus hero viii? I previously had it working perfectly but now using the 1701 bios its behavior is erratic. Currently I have it set to 1.375 with a positive offset of 0.002V. This yields the voltage of 1.424V that I am aiming for. However when I input 1.4V with a positive offset of .02V the voltage skyrockets to 1.5+V. I've dealt with adaptive voltage in the past but never experienced anything like this. Changing bios and doing clcmos didn't help. Any advice?


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silly question but:
also verify that CPU SVID is enabled.
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Hi All,

Just wondering if yours ASUS Maximus VIII Hero / Alpha does it as well?

It happens independently of if OCed or running stock. I am talking about brief corruption at each boot like on this short vid down below?

Only happen when boot is set with graphical backdrop. When in traditional post "text mode" it is all ok.

https://youtu.be/lEw9uAD_Jg0

Thanks
post #4735 of 5773
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Try a lower level of LLC.

I'd also clear CMOS, and leave Offset at default.
I know the lower LLC will fix it. I guess I'm just curious is something changed bc it was not behaving like this previously. Also by lowering the LLC wouldn't that effectively do the same as lowering the commanded voltage in bios to achieve the correct voltage? My understanding is I'm basically phasing the voltage either way effectively.


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post #4736 of 5773
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Originally Posted by superkyle1721 View Post

@Raja@ASUS
Is adaptive voltage broke for the Maximus hero viii? I previously had it working perfectly but now using the 1701 bios its behavior is erratic. Currently I have it set to 1.375 with a positive offset of 0.002V. This yields the voltage of 1.424V that I am aiming for. However when I input 1.4V with a positive offset of .02V the voltage skyrockets to 1.5+V. I've dealt with adaptive voltage in the past but never experienced anything like this. Changing bios and doing clcmos didn't help. Any advice?


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silly question but:
also verify that CPU SVID is enabled.
Yes it's enabled. Actually IIRC if SVID is disabled you will hang on the Windows splash screen.


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post #4737 of 5773
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If you have allowed AI Suite to OC your HW than this is your answer. It is just unstable OC. I would not install AI Suite anyway it can cause high latency and does not offer anything good maybe other then easier fan control utility but that can be done like everything else in the BIOS.

I have never used AI Suite to overclock this system. Haven't overclocked anything yet except enabling XMP in bios.. Most I did in AI Suite was run the fan tuner.
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If you have allowed AI Suite to OC your HW than this is your answer. It is just unstable OC. I would not install AI Suite anyway it can cause high latency and does not offer anything good maybe other then easier fan control utility but that can be done like everything else in the BIOS.

I have never used AI Suite to overclock this system. Haven't overclocked anything yet except enabling XMP in bios.. Most I did in AI Suite was run the fan tuner.
Code 41 typically is caused by either too tight tertiary timings or not enough voltage but either way both point to the ram. What type of ram are you using and what is the xmp profile for it? Try increasing the dram and SA voltage a bit and see if it goes away. Either that or instead of using xmp try manually entering in the xmp profile and temporarily set Dram to 1.45V, VCCIO to 1.2V and SA to 1.2V. If it all works fine slowly lower each voltage until you find the culprit.

EDIT: Also set maximus tweak to 1


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Edited by superkyle1721 - 7/6/16 at 12:10pm
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I ordered a Corsair H110i GT watercooler and the CPU fan connector only has one pin, the tacho pin. (It has not arrived, yet.) My motherboard is the Asus Z170-A and it has a specific header for water pumps. (W_PUMP) Should I connect this to the W_PUMP header or the CPU_FAN header?. And which would be better, let the pump control the fans or connect the fans to the motherboard instead?
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I ordered a Corsair H110i GT watercooler and the CPU fan connector only has one pin, the tacho pin. (It has not arrived, yet.) My motherboard is the Asus Z170-A and it has a specific header for water pumps. (W_PUMP) Should I connect this to the W_PUMP header or the CPU_FAN header?. And which would be better, let the pump control the fans or connect the fans to the motherboard instead?
I hooked mine up to the pump socket. I also have my fans connected directly to the board so I can have better control over the fan curves of each fan.


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