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post #1361 of 2014
Does anyone notice FSB Termination undervolting? I noticed a huge drop when I entered 1.4v in BIOS. With the Rampage BIOS you can check the voltages under Hardware Monitor. So, 1.4v entered and I get 1.32v actual. I can only get my 3.4Ghz OC stable when I put FSB Term on Auto.
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post #1362 of 2014
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Does anyone notice FSB Termination undervolting? I noticed a huge drop when I entered 1.4v in BIOS. With the Rampage BIOS you can check the voltages under Hardware Monitor. So, 1.4v entered and I get 1.32v actual. I can only get my 3.4Ghz OC stable when I put FSB Term on Auto.
Yep it undervolts on my P5E Deluxe as well. I just take that into account.
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[COLOR=#000080]As error10 said from: http://www.overclock.net/intel-mothe...hread-136.html. I had the same problem until I followed the instructions from the 1st page properly. Especially:
Instructions for Flashing your P5E or Maximus to Rampage Formula

1.First download the USB Boot drive creator "HPUSBFW"

2.Then download the boot files and extract them to a folder of your choice

3.Run the HPUSBFW program

4.Select the correct USB device from the drop-down menu, set file system to FAT32 and check Create a DOS startup disk.

5.Then browse for the extracted boot files (now in the folder of your choice) and press start to begin formating it.

6.Once the device is done, Copy AFUDOS (note that this is the engineering version and must be used) and the latest bios you want to crossflash, and unzip it to the USB drive. Then rename the bios to new.rom

7.You will then restart and go into bios to load default bios options. Then set the ram voltage and reboot (plug in the USB drive into the back USB port at this time). Then, while the PC is booting up, press F8 to enter the boot option. Select the USB drive.

8.At the C: type afudos /inew.rom /pbnc /n

This is where I am having trouble "ERROR:Unable to open ROM file" This is as far as it will go, it will not begin flashing.

9.The bios will then begin flashing. Dont do anything until the bios is finished flashing and you are instructed to reboot.

10.Finally, shut down and CLR CMOS.

(All this can be found on page one of this thread about midway down under the Update Mar 28, 2008 heading)
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post #1364 of 2014
regarding the FSB Termination undervolting, mine actually overvolts by .06v. I set 1.34v and it sets it to 1.4v, weird isnt it?
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post #1365 of 2014
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8.At the C: type afudos /inew.rom /pbnc /n

This is where I am having trouble "ERROR:Unable to open ROM file" This is as far as it will go, it will not begin flashing.
Did you leave the bios file zipped? You have to unzip the bios .rom file and rename it to new (the .rom is file extension) and copy it to the USB drive.
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post #1366 of 2014
Hey guys -- amazing thread! I've learned a ton, but I want to get some advice before I try overclocking my setup. First time overclocking but I have built a few systems in the past. My current rig has given me some issues (mainly in regards to corsair 1066 ram not posting) so I want to double check things before I knock my computer offline for a period, again. I tried to find a good baseline to go off in this thread but most people were going for much more aggressive OCs, and even though I think I have the cooling to possibly get to 4ghz that is not my current goal.

My goal here is to get to 1:1 by simply overclocking the fsb to 400, while manually setting my voltages so that I can get away from letting the p5e "auto" over-do everything.

I am fine with 400x9 for 3.6 or even 400x8 if that might produce a more consistent setup. Here are the settings I am prepared to try if I get the "ok" from you experts

Ai Overclock Tuner: Manual
CPU Ratio Setting: 08.0 or 09.0
FSB Frequency: 400
FSB Strat to NB: 266-400 (333?)
PCIE Frequency: 100
DRAM Frequency: DDR2-800MHz
DRAM Command rt: 2T
DRAM Timing: Manual 4-4-4-12 (should I loosen?)

VCore Voltage: 1.2-1.3 (auto is setting 3.0ghz at 1.200 so should I try 1.22 for this tiny OC?)

CPU PLL Voltage: 1.55-2.00 (What should I try here?)
FSB Termination Volt: 1.2-1.4 (?)
DRAM Voltage: 1.8-1.9 (set to auto currently)
North Bridge Voltage: 1.35 (?)
Loadline calibration: disabled
Northbridge GTL Ref: 0.67x

Should I leave AI Clock Twister and Transaction Booster Auto for now?

CIE: disabled
Vanderpool: disabled
CPU TM function: enabled
Exe disable bit: enabled
Speedstep: disabled

Thanks in advance guys...
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post #1367 of 2014
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You are not the first person to have a problem with the 1066 Corsair Dominators!

As for your voltages, these will be just fine for your setup:
vcore: 1.30v (windows will load with much lower, like 1.25v after vdroop)
CPU PLL Voltage: 1.54v
FSB Termination Volt: 1.26v
DRAM Voltage: 1.9v (if thats what G.Skill rates them for)
North Bridge Voltage: 1.35v
Loadline calibration: disabled
Northbridge GTL Ref: x.67 (more important for quad core)
CPU GTL: x.63 (more important for quad core)


For ram:

tRFC (REF Cycle Time): 55
Dram Static Read control: disabled
Ai Clock Twister: light or moderate
Transaction booster: enabled
Common Performance: 0
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post #1368 of 2014
thanks for the quick reply eric! I'll give those a shot right after I watch my seahawks get smashed again today
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Did you leave the bios file zipped? You have to unzip the bios .rom file and rename it to new (the .rom is file extension) and copy it to the USB drive.
Here is what is in my flash disk, everything look ok?


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post #1370 of 2014
you must be doing something wrong. all you should see is the new.rom and the afudos. thats all i see on my flash drive anyway.
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