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post #931 of 2014
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Thanks a lot for the advice! I have read through chunks of this thread, although its a hefty thread! hehe, so I'm slowly making my way through it. I've also read through the other thread you linked, and always have both of these threads open on my laptop when tinkering with my PC, hehe.

Anyways, I tried the settings you recommended, and both failed to post, good thing for that easy recall on these boards, hehe. As for my VID, when its OC'd to 2.8 Coretemp says that the VID is 1.3250. On a side note, I know I have everything setup for 2.8Ghz, and Coretemp says its at 2.8, but OCCT and CPU-z both say 2.4Ghz.... Have I made a mistake somewhere else?

Anyways, I'm going to start tinkering with smaller FSBs at CPU 8 mult, I'll let you guys know how that comes along. Thanks again!

~TkH

Update (so I dont keep making more posts)

Well.. I figured out the CPU-z display thing, it pops up to the proper multiplier when I run Prime, and assumably anything else that makes use of the system... so ignore that noob mistake.

Also, I managed to hit 3.2! Almost... hehe, Prime froze the computer after about 4 minutes...

I went with:
CPU Ratio Setting_______8
FSB Strap to NB________Auto
FSB Frequency_________400
PCIE Freq_____________Auto
DRAM Freq____________1334
DRAM Command Rate___2N
DRAM CLK Skew Ch.A___Auto
DRAM CLK Skew Ch.B___Auto
DRAM Timing Control____Auto
DRAM Static Read______Auto
DRAM Dynamic Write____Auto
AI Clock Twister________Light
AI Transaction Boost____Auto
CPU Voltage___________1.45V
CPU PLL Volt___________1.5
FSB Termination Volt____1.38
DRAM Volt_____________1.7
NB Volt________________1.35
SB Volt________________Auto
Clock Over-Charging Volt_Auto
Load-Line Calibration_____Enabled
CPU GTL Volt Ref________.63x
NB GTL Volt Ref_________.67x
CPU Spread Spec________Disabled
PCIE Spread Spec_______Disabled

So... I guess it needs more juice? Or should I pull back on the FSB?

~TkH
A couple of things. i would suggest you use the multiplier 9 because you will get far better performance out of your processor. So set up your OC at 333 fsb and multi of 9, then increase you NB to 1.4 to get things stable. I dont know if you what speedstep and C1E on but if you want the multi to stay fixed you will need to disable both in the bios. Last I would turn off the clock twister until you get it stable

edit: I just want to add... i read where you got it stable like 5 years ago.. im sorry. Maybe i should read the entire thread before posting. lol
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post #932 of 2014
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From my experience with my last board, being a Maximus Exteme, I found the chipset needed a lot more voltage to run the DDR3 ram at higher sppeds. At 380 FSB I was running 1.49v to the NB. It was a PITA and I eventually switched back to DDR2 with my current Rampage Formula.

I would suspect you could get more out of your ram with an increase in the NB voltage.
Awesome, thanks for the heads up Ericeod, I was wondering what it was holding my board back... I've gotten it stable at 3.4 (9x380) now... but 3.5 is eluding me (9x390). It boots alright, but crashes/freezes in Prime after about 10 minutes. I'll try giving the NB more power, I was at 1.41, so hopefully 1.49 works out!

On another note, I noticed that for my particular setup a FSB Strap of 333 felt more stable than 400, so I've been avoiding setting the strap to 400 for the time being.

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A couple of things. i would suggest you use the multiplier 9 because you will get far better performance out of your processor. So set up your OC at 333 fsb and multi of 9, then increase you NB to 1.4 to get things stable. I dont know if you what speedstep and C1E on but if you want the multi to stay fixed you will need to disable both in the bios. Last I would turn off the clock twister until you get it stable

edit: I just want to add... i read where you got it stable like 5 years ago.. im sorry. Maybe i should read the entire thread before posting. lol
Thanks for the advice atleast Aleiro, its never a bad thing to try and help out! Now if you have suggestions for helping me get this to 3.6 stable... hehe

Well, thanks again for the great tips guys, time to fire up the PC, give it some more juice, and see what happens! I'll keep you posted

~TkH
Edited by teknoheadake - 9/16/08 at 9:05am
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Anyone know what the latest, or best working Rampage Formula BIOS is?
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post #934 of 2014
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I'm running 0410 ATM. I havent had time to mess with it, but its stable with all my previous settings. I've read that the 0308 is the best for ram performance (but is picky with some ram).

Here is 0410 (It was hard for me to find).
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post #935 of 2014
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I'm running 0410 ATM. I havent had time to mess with it, but its stable with all my previous settings. I've read that the 0308 is the best for ram performance (but is picky with some ram).

Here is 0410 (It was hard for me to find).
Ya, I flashed to the 0410 about an hour ago since it was the latest. I went straight to the Asus site and they were on there. Seems pretty stable so far. Havent done any major overclocks yet, still too hot in my room. Right now I am sweating just sitting in my chair , so I am sitting on 3.2ghz for the time being, until it gets cooler around here.
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Ya, I flashed to the 0410 about an hour ago since it was the latest. I went straight to the Asus site and they were on there. Seems pretty stable so far. Havent done any major overclocks yet, still too hot in my room. Right now I am sweating just sitting in my chair , so I am sitting on 3.2ghz for the time being, until it gets cooler around here.
I swear 0410 wasnt there a few days ago LOL.

I read at XtremeSystems that the 0308 bios was the best for ram because after that, ASUS started loosening the ram settings to make it more compatible with other ram. So it might be worth a shot.
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0308 is great for RAM, the best bandwidth I could get, but unfortunately I had to update the bios when I got my E8600.
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I was looking at my ram voltages today cause I did some hardware upgrades. A little problem: Which program do i use? Everest 4.60 (states: 2.03v)or Asus AI suite (states: 2.15v) in the bios it is set to 1.95ish. The mobo temp on the AI suite says 211C which is wrong, but that only happens when you have both programs open. So what do you all think?
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maybe you have a damaged temp sensor? or the sensor is just flipping out. is it still reading that high now? not sure about the voltage setting though. i always go by what i set it to in the BIOS.
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I was looking at my ram voltages today cause I did some hardware upgrades. A little problem: Which program do i use? Everest 4.60 (states: 2.03v)or Asus AI suite (states: 2.15v) in the bios it is set to 1.95ish. The mobo temp on the AI suite says 211C which is wrong, but that only happens when you have both programs open. So what do you all think?
Just to be on the safe side I would go with the higher one. Have you tried lowering the voltage and seeing if its still stable? if it was really at 2.15 and you only need like 2v then lowering it should effect stability much.
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