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post #1161 of 2014
IF it's running fine then there's no need to change it. But the Rampage Formula will give you better options for tweaking out your RAM timings, among other things. For me, it got me some more stability too.
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post #1162 of 2014
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Hi all!

need a quick pointer..... currently running the 0903 Bios for the P5E, and i've red some posts in this thread, and the question is:
Which bios is the best bios for this MB?
For me the Rampage formula bootup logo screen looks good, would like to have that

On the other hand the system is currently running perfect at 3.6, i've found my sweetspot! Had some trouble back when i had the multiplier at 8x, but now at 9x, i've had it all the way up to 430x9, no issues at all!

But recommend me a bios, keep or change.....
Like error10 said, if it runs great it is not absolutely necessary to flash BIOS. The P5E Deluxe 0205 BIOS is virtually the same as the P5E with better vdroop control. If you look back 2 or 3 pages in this thread there is discussion of this and how it affects CPU voltages under load. The Rampage Formula BIOS is also available and adds extra RAM tweaking abilities, allowing you to tweak your RAM. I would go with the P5E Dlx BIOS though, since it is nearly identical and should allow you the same overclocks. It worked great for me, but I thought I would try the Rampage Formula for its extra RAM settings.
Edited by spacegoast - 11/9/08 at 4:07pm
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post #1163 of 2014
The way they have the transaction booster set up in the Rampage Formula BIOS is much better than the way it's laid out in the P5E/P5E Deluxe BIOS, and this I appreciate. So it may be worth cross-flashing for that alone.
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Copied screenshot to my post on 0205 P5E-Deluxe BIOS which showed very clearly P5E-Deluxe BIOS doesn't actually eliminate anything. Sadly imageshack doesn't work it seems. Don't know about Rampage Formula BIOS should test that up also. btw, anyone happend to know what are the 6 slot PH values on 0201 Performance level options?

about Loadline Calibration, yeah been testing it here and got her Intel Datasheets reading them all the time, but for some reason doesn't exactly do what they say, heh..

Guess, simplest form is again just buy another core and mobo when the time comes. There's absolutely no question that it wouldn't be the motherboard faulting P5E. Since no component inside the box has an issue while OCing that I am now 100% sure of after weeks memtest, Prime95 etc etc..
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post #1165 of 2014
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Copied screenshot to my post on 0205 P5E-Deluxe BIOS which showed very clearly P5E-Deluxe BIOS doesn't actually eliminate anything. Sadly imageshack doesn't work it seems.
Well it has worked out very well for myself and other, in terms of eliminating vdroop. My vdroop was only .004v under load, which is quite good. Not exactly sure what you are referring to about LLC though, and I only saw a screenshot of your 2 min. test using the 1003 BIOS.
Edited by spacegoast - 11/9/08 at 4:10pm
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post #1166 of 2014
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Well it has worked out very well for myself and other, in terms of eliminating vdroop. My vdroop was only .004v under load, which is quite good. Not exactly sure what you are referring to about LLC though, and I only saw a screenshot of your 2 min. test using the 1003 BIOS.
It's even less than 0.04 of on P5E 1003 BIOS. which was my point it never was more than 0.04 on original 0702 or 0903 either. So kinda comment of 0205 P5E-Deluxe killing any vDroop is a bit off shooting.

Fixed the screenshot to earlier post and here's quick readd on 0205 P5E-Deluxe vdroop:


You can compare that to (1.18-1.19v(-0.02-0.03v) on 1003: (which is same 1.17(-0.04) in 0702, 0903 BIOSes):

Edited by genetix - 11/9/08 at 4:48pm
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I am using the 0501 RF beta BIOS now. testing under Prime95. I set Vcore to 1.4v in BIOS (389 x 9 for 3.5ghz). in idle, Vcore was at 1.384 and now under load it is at 1.392v. so vdroop has been virtually eliminated with .008 off from what i set in BIOS. so far so good
My mistake, vdroop was actually .008, not .004 as I said earlier. It is still lower than the .04v you are referring to. I think you just misinterpreted the numbers. .004 is less then .04, big difference their, which is what I was pointing out. And this was with the RF BIOS, works with the Deluxe BIOS as well.
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How is the rf 501 bios working for you guys.? Currently on the rf403 and having a hectic problem with usb's, the headers and the ports at the back...
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My mistake, vdroop was actually .008, not .004 as I said earlier. It is still lower than the .04v you are referring to. I think you just misinterpreted the numbers. .004 is less then .04, big difference their, which is what I was pointing out. And this was with the RF BIOS, works with the Deluxe BIOS as well.
Well not in my P5E. vdroop on 0205 s shown on screenshots is worst than on new 1003 BIOS to P5E. Don't know about RF 0501 which I am gonna be testing at some point, but P5E-Deluxe 0205 is surely even worst than P5E 0903 on my board.

anyway, 1003 BIOS seems to have some more than just.. voltage correction. Seems now you can drop latencies a bit at least on Corsairs & G.Skill it seems.
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Hi guys. My recent oc'ing, which I so happily declared successful (@ 3.51) probably indeed WAS successful. Only problem was that my gtx280 somehow didnt like running vantage at all. Overheating gpu was the last thing I thought about, amongst all the volts and terms I never heard before, but I gradually found out that this instability in vantage was due to ram and the gtx280 in "warm" companionship. Oh well, I kind of like it here on 3.4 too. Lover nb volts and generally comfortable enough for gaming though. My dominators still doesnt like higher fsb's though, so I have to downclock a bit to get it running at 400fsb. Damned you corsair. You had to choose THIS card to be difficult with.

Anyways, probably a stoopid question, but does raising fsb's also affect the speed at which the pci-e gtx280 communicate with other components? Is it possible that this process could have somehow raised the card temps a bit, if you look beside neighbouring components? I actually think I had some throttling even before oc'ing, but I feel it was somehow less "fatal" to stability.

Finally I can actually get Crysis Warhead playable at 1680x1050, with 4xaa and most relevant settings at ultra. (also got 13.300 in vantage performance and 8450 in high). Much higher than before the oc. Thanks once more for the help I got here.
    
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