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max I've ever seen the VRMs on an R5E or R5E-10 is mid 40s. Normally in the mid 30s. (via AID64 report)

Same on Deluxe II with a low RPM fan blowing on that area
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My mobo temps under full load after 3h, not sure which sensor is which, the 92*C is gibberish:

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I recall I've seen higher than that when disabling VRM spread spectrum on the R5E. As high as 56°c, put it back on enabled with optimized phase control and it's back in the mid 40°c.
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Finally, passed 4h RB on 4.4 GHz thumb.gif Great success.wheee.gif



I lowered the uncore freq. a bit and bumped the vCore to 1,375V.
I still need to track down which one gave it stability, was it lowering the uncore or raising the voltage.

By the way, what is the maximum RAM voltage you guys use on BW-E for 24/7 use?
Edited by Martin778 - 9/27/16 at 8:21am
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How hot are your guys VRM's on average?

I'm gonna jump the gun and order a Asus x99 monoblock when they're instock again. They're sooooo pretty looking wubsmiley.gif

I get to high 50's by the end of a stress test, normally low 40's.
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Finally, passed 4h RB on 4.4 GHz thumb.gif Great success.wheee.gif
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I lowered the uncore freq. a bit and bumped the vCore to 1,375V.
I still need to track down which one gave it stability, was it lowering the uncore or raising the voltage.

By the way, what is the maximum RAM voltage you guys use on BW-E for 24/7 use?

I've been doing 1.44v in BIOS which Aida reports at around 1.43, I'm on the high side ... smile.gif
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Ugh... my new 6800k just got a nice SA voltage of 1.392 on bootup with all auto.... Are you kidding me Asus?

Absolutely ridiculous.

I doubt I'll buy another Asus board because of this. 1.4v is WAYYYY too much. Not surprised if it degraded the CPU a little.

Pathetic really....
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Noooo, that Digi+ VRM thingy has is quite, well....retarded so to say. I don't trust it at all, when I loaded XMP profile only it gave the CPU 1.3 vcore already.
I really prefer to get rid of any "auto" voltage settings now.
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Noooo, that Digi+ VRM thingy has is quite, well....retarded so to say. I don't trust it at all, when I loaded XMP profile only it gave the CPU 1.3 vcore already.
I really prefer to get rid of any "auto" voltage settings now.

Realistically, you'd only be back moaning you couldn't get the system stable if we took that statement literally wink.gif
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Well i ordered a bunch of new parts to upgrade my cooling.

EK RVE-10 Monoblock (Nickel/Plexi)

Primochill Revolver XS Fittings x 12

4 packs of 4 x 36" PETG Tubing

Monsoon Pro Bending Kit (Jigs for 90 degree + 180 degree etc.. bending. Heat Gun, Silicone Insert, Hack Saw, Champfer etc..)

VPP655 Pump to replace the MCP655-B that could be going bad possibly.

EK-FC TITAN XP Waterblock for the 2nd TITAN.

EK Terminal (Triple Parallel + Blank)


Hopefully this should fix the problems; a new block, new pump, new tubing, new fittings etc.. will rule out corroded fittings, corroded block, pump failure, and Algae in the tubing etc.. as possible causes of temp hikes.

Only thing that could still foul up my day is if the radiators are somehow causing problems. I ran a vinegar/water mix through them with the pump though and then did a manual vinegar/water flush and the shake dance etc.. so it "should" be good to go.

I noticed that when putting the Supremacy EVO block under water i would see dozens of little metal flakes from the nickel plating shining from between the fins etc.. so i'm honestly thinking that's the issue. I had ordered a replacement nickel block but as i figured it became redundant when i ended ordering the monoblock and everything else.



One thing that sucks is that after spending so damn much on this stuff i might not be able to afford the 2TB 960 Pro i planned to eventually buy. The final two touches to my build were going to be 64GB of 3466mhz Dom Plats (planned to run 3400mhz C14 1T if possible) and the 2TB NVMe drive; might go for a 1TB instead, should be plenty anyway.
Edited by DarkIdeals - 9/27/16 at 4:16pm
 
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Ugh... my new 6800k just got a nice SA voltage of 1.392 on bootup with all auto.... Are you kidding me Asus?

Absolutely ridiculous.

I doubt I'll buy another Asus board because of this. 1.4v is WAYYYY too much. Not surprised if it degraded the CPU a little.

Pathetic really....


Sorry man. Sucks, i know. thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif Had the same/similar happen to my rig before.


I kept warning people about the possibility of these things. For some reason high end ASUS boards are sometimes susceptible to this when left on AUTO settings. There was a fairly large number of reports on both the Rampage IV Black Edition and the Rampage V Extreme when they came out complaining about 4960X and 5960X etc.. $1000 chips being ruined by AUTO voltage raising vcore to absurd numbers like ~1.6v - 1.7v etc.. when first booting. Or sometimes it would do something like raising vccin to 1.99 - 2.0v which was a problem for those with level high level of LLC. Or sometimes it'd muck with vccsa like you experienced.

Although a lot of those cases were due to the "CPU Level Up" feature (that leaves everything on auto basically) either being intentionally turned on by user or automatically turned on by the board somehow; so it "is" a tad surprising that it gave such a high system agent with a manual mode set in BIOS.
Edited by DarkIdeals - 9/27/16 at 4:18pm
 
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