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post #1281 of 2014
Yes thanks for your help it was very appreciated, thank you everyone for giving alot of info on this thread. So I'll contact Asus tomorrow and I'll go see the store too.

I was thinking if I should get the Rampage Formula if I can work something out with the store I will pay more if the RF is more stable than the P5E Deluxe, What do you think ?

So i'll keep you guys in touch about whats going to happen !
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post #1282 of 2014
I bet you it is just the board being picky with your RAM. Not all RAM kits are going to perform at the same level on every board. If you read through some of the previous pages there were a couple of us testing the Corsair Dominator kit and it was somewhat difficult to get it to work at its rated speed. I had to drop the Transaction Booster to 10 for those and I wasn't happy with their performance. I was hoping to hit 1125-1150 and I didn't come close. So I highly doubt your board is defective
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post #1283 of 2014
Well it's not only the fact that I can't run the RAM at rated speed. I can't even run it at lower speed. The problem is not the ram. If I leave the ram at AUTO and try just to set any setting in the BIOS when I save and quit my pc just shutdown and reboots without POSTing so I have to clear CMOS. Whatever I do in BIOS does that. Just changing the AI Overclock Tuner to Manual insted of Auto without modifying any other setting makes my board to not POST. Changing the Floppy to Disable makes my board to not POST.

So my problem is not the RAM not running at rated speed, its just I can't save any setting I configure in the BIOS because I get no POST and need to reset CMOS.
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post #1284 of 2014
RMA the motherboard, then. It is under warranty, after all.
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post #1285 of 2014
Speaking of tRD, I don't know what's up with my motherboard. I decided I'd play around with my memory settings last night and put it on the 1:1 divider for 860MHz and set my timings to 4-4-4-12 and tried booting with the Common Performance Level set to 6. No dice. I bumped it back up to 7. No dice. I relaxed my timings to 5-5-5-12. No dice. I might have to put more timings to auto (I have a value manually input for everything) in order to get it to work. Maybe later today.
post #1286 of 2014
I have now realized that my stable overclock seems to have a problem: I can't resume from standby - the system locks up immediately at the Vista user selection screen.

I don't know what is causing this. I reset everything back to stock to verify if it was something after I had flashed to the Rampage Formula bios, but at stock speed standby works perfectly.

Any ideas as to what is the cause?
RAM stability or a voltage issue?

I have run the computer almost the entire week performing CFD calculations, so its very stable under full load.
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post #1287 of 2014
What standby level are you using? I think it should be the S3, not sure though
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post #1288 of 2014
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With standby, the system suspends to ram. So it might be a RAM issue.
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post #1289 of 2014
Yes, I am using S3 suspend to RAM

I double checked all of my RAM timing are OK, and proper voltage.
I am running Orthos blend test right now, and will run MemTest tonight.
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post #1290 of 2014
Hello!
Is worth it to flash my p5e to Rampage Formula bios?
If yes,which Rampage bios do you recommend for my system?
Thx!
Edited by Cobra652 - 11/21/08 at 4:21pm
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