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post #1781 of 2014
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ericeod, do you know if there are any FSB holes related to the P5E and/or the RF? I've been shooting for 4.7 (10*470) after getting 4.6 stable, and for the life of me cannot attain it. I've cranked the voltage all the way up as far as 1.55 BIOS (drops to 1.488 during Prime blend runs) and it keeps failing within a minute.
Hell, even 4.65 (10*465) was failing even after bumping up my vcore 2 notches.
(1.45625 up to 1.46875)


Think maybe the vdroop pencil mod is the next thing to try? My vdroop is around 0.06.
FSB holes are only found on NVIDIA chipsets because of the chipset strap, chipset latency and the ram dividers used (yes even though you set the NVIDIA chipset to unlinked, it still uses a divider, which there are a lot of).

I have a feeling your CPU is just at it's limit.
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post #1782 of 2014
This thread is too long for me to read, so...

After I flash my P5E Deluxe x48 to Rampage Formula, what do I have to do?

I heard one thing I have to do is turn off the second lan port in the bios, since there is only 1 on the p5e.

Anything else?
post #1783 of 2014
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This thread is too long for me to read, so...

After I flash my P5E Deluxe x48 to Rampage Formula, what do I have to do?

I heard one thing I have to do is turn off the second lan port in the bios, since there is only 1 on the p5e.

Anything else?
Also go into the bios and disable the optional and chipset temps. Since there are no temp sensors present, they will read either really high ir really low.
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This thread is too long for me to read, so...

After I flash my P5E Deluxe x48 to Rampage Formula, what do I have to do?

I heard one thing I have to do is turn off the second lan port in the bios, since there is only 1 on the p5e.

Anything else?
Also, keep in mind that ram voltage needs to be set a bit LOWER than you would normally. If you set it at 2.0v it will actually be around 2.1v. You gotta be a bit more careful as you could overvolt your ram.
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post #1785 of 2014
Thanks ericeod and corky

Didn't know that about the ram voltage. Lucky you told me. Is there any way to verify what my actual ram voltage is? Or do I just stick it 0.1v lower and hope that's about right

I'm also wondering if the Forumula bios is giving me higher temperatures. Is that possible? When I got the board it had P5E deluxe 0205 bios or something, and I think the cpu temps were 10°C lower

I'll have to go back to P5E bios tonight to make sure
post #1786 of 2014
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Thanks ericeod and corky

Didn't know that about the ram voltage. Lucky you told me. Is there any way to verify what my actual ram voltage is? Or do I just stick it 0.1v lower and hope that's about right

I'm also wondering if the Forumula bios is giving me higher temperatures. Is that possible? When I got the board it had P5E deluxe 0205 bios or something, and I think the cpu temps were 10°C lower

I'll have to go back to P5E bios tonight to make sure
I talked a little about it in my first post, but I used a Fluke Digital multimeter and was getting a reading of +0.06v higher on mem.

http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...postcount=1035
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Ok, so according to most of the results here, I should be looking at a ~0.05v overvolt on vDIMM compared to what's set in BIOS, except that isn't actually what I get. In BIOS, vDIMM is set to 1.9v, but if taking a reading off the pin that Cranox said, I get a vDIMM of 1.9v. I decided, just to satisfy my curiosity (and 'cause I have a new DMM that I wanted to play with :ROTF, to try and see what the potential difference of some of the other pins on those chips are, and I noticed that two pins gave much more expected results, ie about 1.94v.

Can anyone who's bored and got a DMM have a poke at these two pins (marked in the attached image) and see what their voltages are relative to BIOS and what Cranox's pin says? Could just be a coincidence.

Also, does anybody know where I can measure vCore from on the P5E?

Eller
But I think if you go to votages and temps in the bios, you can see the actual voltages, and I think it shos the actual ram voltage (can't remember).
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post #1787 of 2014
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Thanks ericeod and corky

Didn't know that about the ram voltage. Lucky you told me. Is there any way to verify what my actual ram voltage is? Or do I just stick it 0.1v lower and hope that's about right

I'm also wondering if the Forumula bios is giving me higher temperatures. Is that possible? When I got the board it had P5E deluxe 0205 bios or something, and I think the cpu temps were 10°C lower

I'll have to go back to P5E bios tonight to make sure
My P5E overvolted all of my voltages (CPU, RAM, NB, etc). So be weary of those too, not just CPU voltage. My RAM voltage was actually overvolted by .08v, so if I set it to 1.98v in BIOS, it would read as 2.06v in Windows. Just something to keep an eye on.

I have never heard of higher temps with different BIOS. versions. Has anyone else reported this?
post #1788 of 2014
Anyone know if the P5E PCI-E slots are compatible with PCIE 2.0 or PCIE 2.1?? Im thinking of going for a 5 series now
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Anyone know if the P5E PCI-E slots are compatible with PCIE 2.0 or PCIE 2.1?? Im thinking of going for a 5 series now
They are 2.0, but they will give you PLENTY of bandwidth for even the highest cards in the 5000 series. No worries there.

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My P5E overvolted all of my voltages (CPU, RAM, NB, etc). So be weary of those too, not just CPU voltage. My RAM voltage was actually overvolted by .08v, so if I set it to 1.98v in BIOS, it would read as 2.06v in Windows. Just something to keep an eye on.
That is odd. My Vcore seems to report much lower in windows than what I set in BIOS. I know some is Vdrop, but overall, windows reports much lower than what I set in the BIOS.
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post #1790 of 2014
alright thanks corky, in that case i might just get a q9550/hd5850 and hold onto this rig for a lil while longer
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