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post #1211 of 2014
All those voltages look high, especially VTT.

I did a little reading on skews. What I read said to delay channel A slightly or advance channel B slightly. The reasoning behind this is channel A is closer to the NB so doing one or the other would get them in sync. I'll toy with this more once I start to hit a wall.

I'm about to stress test 8x370 at 1.16875V in BIOS for a little over an hour. I think it'll show about 1.10V under load in CPU-Z. Each increase of 10 to the FSB has resulted in an increase in 0.01875 to my CPU voltage thus far. If this continues, I should need 1.225 when I reach 400.

I'll do more reading on the GTLs before I change anything. My system has done just fine with auto thus far.

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post #1212 of 2014
Auto works up to a certain point, but once you get more stress on the NB, then you have to start dialing them in.
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post #1213 of 2014
I'll probably reach that point pretty soon. I just bumped things up to 8x380. I've raised my CPU voltage twice and I'm expecting Prime95 to fail again. I'm currently up to 1.18125 in BIOS, 1.112 under load in CPU-Z. I figure I'll start playing with NB voltage around 400.

And like clockwork, Prime95 failed. I expect it to show no errors after I bump core voltage up another notch. I'll run it for a little over an hour like I have been. Once I clear 400, I'll run it for considerably longer than that, unless I have to raise more than just core voltage between now and then.

And now I've experienced something unexpected. I went up three notches like the last three times I raised FSB 10, but I had an error in Prime95. I'll try raising core voltage once more before turning to NB.
Edited by chessmyantidrug - 11/14/08 at 7:49pm
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post #1215 of 2014
Should I flash the 0601 BIOS to my P5E?
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Should I flash the 0601 BIOS to my P5E?
The 410 is pretty stable. I would only flash if you are having bios issues.

Here is the main reason for the bios update:
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Fixed some RAID card does not be detected when plus it in PCIEX16_2
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post #1217 of 2014
Maybe I should go back to 0403 then. I had a few issues with my Q6600 after I switched, but I eventually found a stable 3.6GHz overclock with it. If there's a better BIOS for me to overclock with, let me know.
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Maybe I should go back to 0403 then. I had a few issues with my Q6600 after I switched, but I eventually found a stable 3.6GHz overclock with it. If there's a better BIOS for me to overclock with, let me know.
The P5E Deluxe 0205 is also works very well with the P5E. I used it and had the same settings I am using now and it was stable.
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post #1219 of 2014
I think I'll see how far I can get with this BIOS before I switch so at least I'll have a benchmark to compare changes to.

I think I'm going to run Prime95 for 24 hours before making changes from now on. I had it running when I went to sleep, had an error two and a half hours in. I'm at 8x400 right now with 1.24375 on CPU and 1.29 on NB in BIOS. CPU-Z says 1.168V under load.
post #1220 of 2014
Hello again!

I'm gettin a message when trying to flash my bios from 0903 P5E bios to the 06?? Rampage formula bios.
The bios rom is not compatible with the current bios rom version..... something like that.

Is there any way around this?

Using a bootable pendrive with the afudos 236....
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