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You are talking about cinebench15.

I'm talking about ROG realbench that raja recommends for stressing.
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It was stable for 1 hr cine bench going to do more.

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Yesssshhhh I have no recall. tongue.gif
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I wasn't specifically talking about real world applications, i was talking about things like Cinebench; in Cinebench R15 i'm literally getting LESS single core performance on a 4.4 6800K than i do on a 4.6 5960X like i mentioned. Even at only 4.5ghz my 5960X is barely behind the 4.4ghz 6800K due in part to the fact that the 6800K can only stably maintain ~3.6ghz cache/uncore clock speed even on the Rampage V Edition 10 whereas my 5960X can easily hit 4.3ghz cache/uncore. (among other things of course, cache OC isn't that big of an issue; i suspect there's something larger at fault for the disappoitning IPC of BW-E)

Then there's the fact that Broadwell-E can't really handle any higher than 3000mhz RAM reliably.

So if you put things into perspective you have:


i7 5960X =

4.5ghz @ 1.3v
4.6ghz @ 1.43v

4.3ghz Cache/Uncore
DDR4 ~3600mhz RAM is possible

4.6ghz/4.3ghz cache - Cinebench R15 Multi-Core = 1,811 points
4.6ghz/4.3ghz cache - Cinebench R15 Single Core = 184 points


Compare that to:

i7 6800K =

4.4ghz @ 1.355v
4.5ghz IMPOSSIBLE even at 1.5v!!!

3.6ghz Cache/Uncore
DDR4 3000mhz RAM is likely the max stable RAM speed

4.4ghz/3.6ghz cache - Cinebench R15 Multi-Core = 1,361 points
4.4ghz/3.6ghz cache - Cinebench R15 Single Core = 182 points (goes to 183 if i can get lucky enough to get a stable run with 3.7ghz cache)


Interestingly enough i can get 187 points in single core if i run at 4.5ghz, which is more in line with what i expected (188-190 is about what a ~4.8ghz 4790K gets iirc, and i think 6700K gets something like 192-195 even at 4.8-4.9ghz, so 187 isn't bad for an "E" CPU) but i can't get the CPU stable to run on all cores at that frequency.
Is your RAM on the QVL by any chance? TweakTown just released an awesome Asus Rampage V Edition 10 review and he ran 32GB 3200Mhz CAS 14 by enabling the XMP.

http://www.tweaktown.com/reviews/7764/asus-rog-rampage-extreme-10-intel-x99-motherboard-review/index.html
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Is your RAM on the QVL by any chance? TweakTown just released an awesome Asus Rampage V Edition 10 review and he ran 32GB 3200Mhz CAS 14 by enabling the XMP.

http://www.tweaktown.com/reviews/7764/asus-rog-rampage-extreme-10-intel-x99-motherboard-review/index.html


Getting hold of those kits is somewhat difficult.
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Getting hold of those kits is somewhat difficult.
You can find them easily at Newegg. Not the black/white colored ones I though.
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Do sillicon lottery crus come with 3 years retail warranty or oem?
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I need a little hand-holding when it comes to PCI-E usage on this board. Someone explained it to me earlier in this thread but I'm still having a hard time wrapping my head around it.

Here are the expansion cards I plan to install:

1 - GTX 1080 (GPU)
1 - GTX 750 Ti (PPU)
1 - Asus Sound Card (PCI-E x1)

I'm assuming the 1080 should occupy the first PCI-E x16 and the 750 Ti should take the 3rd. Should the sound card go into the board's x1 slot? This would put it directly below the 750 Ti which is not as ideal as using the x4 slot which would put it above. If I were to eventually install a m.2 drive would I compromise anything if the x4 slot held a x1 device? I believe using the x4 AND m.2 results in a lane reduction. Is that correct?

Assume the CPU has all 40 lanes.
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When you say you tried all that, does that mean you checked the event log? Did you have the kernal power error 43 61 listed in the logs or not? I'm curious.

Yes i have, i get neither 43 nor 61. The only events i have are 41 which are most likely me turning it off at the button last night after i decided to give up on trying to figure out what it was. Ive also checked the memory dump files and found nothing helpful there either, Im completely at a loss, none of the info windows is giving me is helping me diagnose which part is dead, but after trying all new parts, and parts that i know work, except for the motherboard and cpu...and a fresh install of windows and drivers i feel i can be confident my mobo is shot.

Edit: ill most likely get my CPU warrantied (its killed all my spares) and buy a new motherboard and if that doesn't fix it then im defeated because those are the only two parts left i havnt swapped out.
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So far i've had nothing but good to say about the Edition 10 board. The ONLY thing i dislike at ALL about it is that it doesn't use the socket cover from the Rampage V Extreme (you know, the one that doesn't have the little "sticky out" parts on the four corners where the heatsink/block mounting posts go in? I think that socket looks uglier for some reason, dunno why; perhaps because it's used mostly on the "lesser" boards, whereas high end ASUS, MSI etc.. boards use the other type of socket cover due to it being easier to deal with LN2 pot mounting brackets on that design) which is a VERY minor thing since you're literally just covering up the socket the second you install your waterblock/heatsink lol.

Now as far as this board ive had it in my cart for a while now i want it, i like what i hear about it and what your saying about it. But i cant really swallow supporting the purchase if they cant back their product with their warranties anymore after getting the run around, and now not even getting replied to. I guess it could always just be my last ASUS board if it happens again.
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Yeah sorry but that's not true. It was quite common for a time till ASUS did something about it in the BIOS updates. There were several dozen cases documented on this site alone, and ASUS had a couple hundred cases publicly raised overall when it first started happening. And that's not counting the possibly numerous others who simply thought their chip died due to "bad luck" or such.
(i.e. dead CPU from voltage)

Yeah idk if they completely got rid of it, i got a high voltage warning on 3101 and rebooted to bios to check it out.


Edited by saintruski - 7/5/16 at 12:59pm
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Yeah sorry but that's not true. It was quite common for a time till ASUS did something about it in the BIOS updates. There were several dozen cases documented on this site alone, and ASUS had a couple hundred cases publicly raised overall when it first started happening. And that's not counting the possibly numerous others who simply thought their chip died due to "bad luck" or such.

Rampage V Extreme had a distinct overvoltage problem that would shoot INSANE amounts of voltage, up to 2v, into the CPU for fairly extended periods of time when you left voltage on auto even if you weren't overclocking. The only reason you don't think it was common is that A) It's an anecdotal issue (just like every single other hardware problem voiced over forums i might add), and thus subject to skepticism; B) Isn't always reported online as the vast majority of PC users don't frequent these types of sites; millions of them don't speak our language anyway so would be voicing concerns on say Chinese, Indian, Japanese, etc.. sites where you wouldn't see them. C) ASUS made sure to cover it up as much as humanly possible since it was a big stain on their reputation after the Rampage IV boards had similar issues on a smaller and less dangerous scale already.


The thing on the deluxe board you are talking about is an ENTIRELY different separate issue. This is about the Rampage V Extreme boards supplying huge voltage to the CPU on boot-up, and then giving an "overvoltage error" afterwards or simply not booting up at all (i.e. dead CPU from voltage)

Oh a conspiracy, fantastic.
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I picked one up at my micro center since my rampage IV audio died. The new bios is amazing for overclocking and the board is just sweet in general.
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