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Progress is good!
Which CPU and which RAM kit are you running?
I will say this is the first board I’ve run ever that XMP actually worked without a hitch and I’ve actually been able to get full speed and tighten the timings up after.
I’m running a 7900X and a 3800MHz C19 Dominator platinum kit.

7980XE and G Skill 128gb 3200 c14 kit


Right now everythings stable and no breaks at least on this setting, but when I try to push OBS, for some reason my cores can't hold 4.4 they keep dropping up and down from 4.1-4.4
Not sure what I might need to set or adjust to help balance that. Temps are fine I'm well under 80, 74C is the max I hit on 1 core.
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post #1432 of 1751
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7980XE and G Skill 128gb 3200 c14 kit


Right now everythings stable and no breaks at least on this setting, but when I try to push OBS, for some reason my cores can't hold 4.4 they keep dropping up and down from 4.1-4.4
Not sure what I might need to set or adjust to help balance that. Temps are fine I'm well under 80, 74C is the max I hit on 1 core.

Dont be discouraged if your clocks cant make it past 4.4Gz without going per core or per use. What silicon lottery has up is about 1/3 of the chips can do 4.4 on all cores with -3 AVX and -5 512AVXwith a 1.112 Vcore after delidding. Whats depressing is seeing him list so many delidded duds. Im sticking with the chip I have for awhile anyhow to see if as the process matures a bit the clocks go up with it. Im content with hitting 5GHz stable, 5.1 long enough to run a few benches and 4.8 is where it lives comfortably.
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post #1433 of 1751
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Dont be discouraged if your clocks cant make it past 4.4Gz without going per core or per use. What silicon lottery has up is about 1/3 of the chips can do 4.4 on all cores with -3 AVX and -5 512AVXwith a 1.112 Vcore after delidding. Whats depressing is seeing him list so many delidded duds. Im sticking with the chip I have for awhile anyhow to see if as the process matures a bit the clocks go up with it. Im content with hitting 5GHz stable, 5.1 long enough to run a few benches and 4.8 is where it lives comfortably.

No no, I can hit 4.7 easy, I'm saying that OBS for some reason either isn't reading my CPU correctly or my CPU can't seem to fully sustain 4.4 at a constant rate, its jumping up and down from 4.1-4.4

Was testing on all 18 cores earlier since running at 10-12 cores gave encoding errors as it didn't have enough power, so I'm just curious what it might be thats causing that or a setting I might need to turn on/off.
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post #1434 of 1751
how to remove the heatpipe AIO? can you show me? thx


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post #1435 of 1751
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how to remove the heatpipe AIO? can you show me? thx
Do you have the EK-monoblock? If so, it includes instructions - which involves removing 4 screws on the back of the MB which releases the entire "L". You then replace the original sink under the I/O shroud with EK's.
post #1436 of 1751
Btw, this is the third response from Intel. No surprise here but for those really wondering what Intel's stance is on VROC and third party SSDs, this is the response you get when you ask the right question: Will third-party SSDs work on the x299 platform?

Note: The keys on the Xeon can be purchased. The key for the x299 platform there is NO mention of them being able to be purchased. See how sly they are? Intel answers ONLY the question you ask but not the logical follow up.

"Hello Brighttail,

In regards to your questions, we would to inform you that there is 2 versions of Intel® VROC

Intel® VROC on X299 systems

Intel® VROC on X299 platforms was designed to be used only with Intel SSD's and it requires the VROCISSDMOD Upgrade key.


Intel® VROC Xeon Intel® Xeon® E5/E7 SP Purley

This is an enterprise solution that requires Intel® Xeon® processors + a Intel® 620 series chipset in order to work properly. The enterprise solution does have multiple keys that you can purchase depending on the setup that you are planning to build and it does allow to use certain third party SSD's.

Every key has an specific purpose, for example for x299 systems the key that must be used is the VROCISSDMOD in order work properly.

At this time we do not support third party SSD's on the X299 platform

Best regards
Luis H"
post #1437 of 1751
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Btw, this is the third response from Intel. No surprise here but for those really wondering what Intel's stance is on VROC and third party SSDs, this is the response you get when you ask the right question: Will third-party SSDs work on the x299 platform?

Note: The keys on the Xeon can be purchased. The key for the x299 platform there is NO mention of them being able to be purchased. See how sly they are? Intel answers ONLY the question you ask but not the logical follow up.

"Hello Brighttail,

In regards to your questions, we would to inform you that there is 2 versions of Intel® VROC

Intel® VROC on X299 systems

Intel® VROC on X299 platforms was designed to be used only with Intel SSD's and it requires the VROCISSDMOD Upgrade key.


Intel® VROC Xeon Intel® Xeon® E5/E7 SP Purley

This is an enterprise solution that requires Intel® Xeon® processors + a Intel® 620 series chipset in order to work properly. The enterprise solution does have multiple keys that you can purchase depending on the setup that you are planning to build and it does allow to use certain third party SSD's.

Every key has an specific purpose, for example for x299 systems the key that must be used is the VROCISSDMOD in order work properly.

At this time we do not support third party SSD's on the X299 platform

Best regards
Luis H"
Can I get Ranch Dressing on that word salad?biggrin.gif
post #1438 of 1751
i'm actually impressed with the temps

post #1439 of 1751
There seems to be a large difference between the CPU temps I see in AI Suite 3 and every other monitoring software I have installed. Is this normal. It's up to 5C different at idle.
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AI suite always runs 5-10 degrees hotter than HWbot
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