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post #371 of 2014
So, thanks to everyones help, I have gotten my rig to be stable at 3.4 ghz (9 x 380), however I am having incredible amounts of trouble trying for 3.6 -3.8.

Here are my current settings that will almost get me into windows.

I know it cannot be my RAM as it can do
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Ai Overclock Tuner : Manual
CPU Ratio Control : Manual
- Ratio CMOS Setting : 9
FSB Frequency : 420
FSB Strap to North Bridge : 333 (400 won't even post)
PCI-E Frequency: 100
DRAM Frequency: DDR2- 840
DRAM Command Rate : 2T
DRAM Timing Control: Manual
CAS# Latency : 5
RAS# to CAS# Delay : 5
RAS# Precharge : 5
RAS# ActivateTime : 15

REF cycle time : 60 clocks (I have to have it this high)

DRAM Static Read Control: Disabled
Ai Clock Twister : Auto
AI Transaction Booster : Auto

CPU Voltage : 1.55
CPU PLL Voltage : 1.62
North Bridge Voltage : 1.65
DRAM Voltage : 2.26
FSB Termination Voltage : 1.58
South Bridge Voltage : 1.075
SB 1.5V Voltage : 1.60
Loadline Calibration : enabled
CPU GTL Reference : 0.67x
North Bridge GTL Reference : 0.67x
DDR2 Channel A REF Voltage : DDR2_Ref
DDR2 Channel B REF Voltage : DDR2_Ref
DDR2 Controller REF Voltage : DDR2_Ref


NB LED Selection : NB Volt
SB LED Selection : SB Volt
CPU LED Selection : CPU VOlt
Voltiminder LED :

CPU Spread Spectrum : Disabled
PCIE Spread Spectrum : Disabled

Advanced CPU Configuration
CPU Ratio Control : Manual
- Ratio CMOS Setting : 9
C1E Suppport : Disabled
CPU TM Function : Disabled
Vanderpool Technology : Enabled
Execute Disable Bit : Enabled
Max CPUID Value Limit : Disabled
Right now I am trying combinations of lower NB voltage, and FSB term voltages.

Also, does this board require exact voltages when overclocking, or are higher then necessary voltages stable?
    
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post #372 of 2014
I've been following this thread for quite a while, thanks to all contributors who have helped me a lot to understand this motherboard.

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I figured I'd post my specs since I just built my rig. E8400 @ 4005MHz, 445 FSB, 1:1, 1.304 Vcore on idle in CPU-Z, 1.49 North Bridge Voltage. I can probably take this higher but for now its good. Do you guys think I should be able to run this on a lower North Bridge Voltage though?
never had to go beyond 1.39V (Bios) for the Northbridge with my P5E (rampage bios 308) and the E8400 @ 8x475mhz. Everest gives me 1.44V for the Northbridge.
I still envy you because my E8400 (Q802A492, 1.1125 VID) just won't do 4ghz with acceptable Vcore. Tried everything (9x445mhz, 8,5x470, even 8x500), did the Vdroop mod, flashed the rampage bios, etc.. Temps are fine. Guess I'll just have to settle with what I got now, I don't want to kill it by giving it too much Vcore (this rig is built to last). I've had this rig for about 2 weeks now, and soo far I'm more than happy with it, especially the almost fail-proof motherboard-bios (no more Clear CMOS).
I had my last rig (Athlon XP 2400+ @ 11x200mhz, 1GB Corsair PC-3200, Asus A7N8X Dlx., GF 6800GT) for almost 3 years. being my first (and only) overclock attempt so far I was surprised by the amount of extra performance you can squeeze out of a carefully assembled system by overclocking. I learnt a lot about the basics of overclocking back then (did the wire trick in the CPU-Socket to unlock the multipliers, replaced stock NB-Heatsink, etc.). compared to this overclocking nowadays is really hazzle-free.
    
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post #373 of 2014
so you think i should test it at the settings listed and just drop the nb voltage to 1.43 then give it a go?
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so you think i should test it at the settings listed and just drop the nb voltage to 1.43 then give it a go?
you could put 1.6v on the NB and it would still be OK. increase it a little though and see what happens.

are you using the stock NB cooler? i would put an aftermarket cooler on their. the stock cooler gets very warm
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post #375 of 2014
yes stock. how much of a difference are temps tho from 1.43v to say 1.49? very minimal?
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Yes, very minimal. I run at 1.55v because of 4x1, and there is no temperature difference compared to 1.49. Both are 41/42 idle/load.
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post #377 of 2014
Ill Post My Spec's for my P5E (Rampage 308)

VCore - 1.4v for 1.37v
Dram - 2.2v for 2.8v
Nb - 1.69v
Sb - Auto

Ram is at 1128 @ 5-5-5-15
Cpu is @ 450x8 3.6ghz

Windows locks up and it takes about 5 boots to get into windows but when i do the system is completely stable, any idea's?
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Yes, very minimal. I run at 1.55v because of 4x1, and there is no temperature difference compared to 1.49. Both are 41/42 idle/load.
Are those 2(2x1GB) kits and are they double sided? I've got a bead on a 4x1Gb PC8500 HyperX kit from Kingston that I just may buy. Should be Micron D9s by looking at the Kingston Spec sheet, although there is never a guarantee.
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FYI: When trying to flash back from a Rampage upgrade to stock BIOS, it is necessary to have an ENGINEERING SAMPLE of AFUDOS, not an official release. Either of the links on the XS site will suffice. I don't know where I got a non-ES version, but it didn't work.

I need to RMA this board & that's the only reason I flashed back.
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FYI: When trying to flash back from a Rampage upgrade to stock BIOS, it is necessary to have an ENGINEERING SAMPLE of AFUDOS, not an official release. Either of the links on the XS site will suffice. I don't know where I got a non-ES version, but it didn't work.

I need to RMA this board & that's the only reason I flashed back.
Yeah, the one posted in the first link of this thread works. I tested it by flashing my P5E back before I posted the "Rampage Bios how to".
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