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post #941 of 2014
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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?
I used my Fluke multimeter and measured the voltages. I found that the motherboard overvolts the ram by ~+0.05v (it has been reported by many forums as being +0.06v). Here is a snip from my original post:

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Originally Posted by ericeod View Post

Motherboard overvolting ram verified

Special thanks to Karl eller for the post on vdimm points. I used my Fluke 177 digital meter and read the yellow and one of the blue marked readout point from his post.


When I set the vdimm in bios to 2.16v, I get a reading of 2.21v from the multi meter. Then, when I set the vdimm to 2.18v in bios, I get a reading of 2.238v on the meter. And finally, when I set vdimm to 2.2v in bios, I get a reading of 2.25v on the meter. This makes it very hard for those without a multimeter to know the true vdimm.

I did find that my 1.40v vcore set in bios, which loads into windows at 1.38v as shown in CPU-Z, actually is 1.376v when metered while running Orthos.
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post #942 of 2014
guys , im running my QX9650 with a 10x multi with a FSB of 405.............

my Northbrdige voltage is 1.41v

my cpu voltage is 1.39125v (shows up as 1.288v under full load p95 small ftt's , any lower and it crashes)

Pll voltage is set to auto

FSB termination voltage is set as 1.26v


this good voltages???
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post #943 of 2014
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guys , im running my QX9650 with a 10x multi with a FSB of 405.............

my Northbrdige voltage is 1.41v

my cpu voltage is 1.39125v (shows up as 1.288v under full load p95 small ftt's , any lower and it crashes)

Pll voltage is set to auto

FSB termination voltage is set as 1.26v


this good voltages???

I would manually set the PLL to 1.52v. The board is known to overvolt it on auto.

Here are my voltages with my Q6700 setup (423 FSB):





BTW, did you flash to the P5E Deluxe bios yet?
Edited by ericeod - 9/20/08 at 6:13pm
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post #944 of 2014
hey m8 , i have just downloaded the latest bios through Asus update , think its was the 09XXX something..............


if the bourd over-volts the PLL voltage , is that ok?...i prefer to keep it on auto , soo far my pc is 1 hour P95 stable......soo far soo good
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post #945 of 2014
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hey m8 , i have just downloaded the latest bios through Asus update , think its was the 09XXX something..............


if the bourd over-volts the PLL voltage , is that ok?...i prefer to keep it on auto , soo far my pc is 1 hour P95 stable......soo far soo good
Go to the hardware monitor in bios, it will show your PLL. There is no reason it should be over 1.6v. The PLL is the clock generator chip and you dont want to over-do it.

as for the bios, the P5E Deluxe offers much better Loadline Calibration for reducing vdroop, as well as better ram tweaks in bios for overall enhanced performance.

0205 is the latest P5E Deluxe bios:
ftp://ftp.asus.com.tw/pub/ASUS/mb/so...eluxe-0205.zip
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post #946 of 2014
My question concerns the Transaction Booster. With BIOS P5E0107 I could set an enable 0 and have my Performance Level in MenSet lowered by one, disable 0 added 1. With 201, 6xx, 702 and 903, enable 0 would subtract two, disable 0 would subtract one? I recently passed the 1200 mark with my ram BIOS 0903 and with the Booster on auto was in Windows, MemSet showing a P/L of 9 setting the Booster to enable 1, wouldn't post, setting enable 0, in Windows, MemSet showing a P/L of 6.

The only thing that has changed has been the ram speed, during the enable 0 -1 my ram was in the 1000s, -2 1100s and -3 1200s so has anyone seen a chart or has an idea of how this works. The FSB has been played with through out, ram speed being limited by the ram I was using or the stability of the BIOS.

I've also used the Rampage 207, 219, 308 and 403 BIOS and I'm thinking of trying 410 just to by-pass the weird behavior of the Booster setting, but the P5E0903 has been real good to me. At present E8500 9x458 1.32v – RAM 4:3, 1221, 5-5-5-15-3-45 tRD 6 at 2.18v, 4 hours OCCT mix stable, needs a little more testing,
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post #947 of 2014
Hi guys I just got my Asus P5E deluxe (X48 105bios) is there any point for me too flash to the rampage formula bios or even the latest bios for the P5E the 205?I dont have any issues right now.
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post #948 of 2014
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Hi guys I just got my Asus P5E deluxe (X48 105bios) is there any point for me too flash to the rampage formula bios or even the latest bios for the P5E the 205?I dont have any issues right now.
I wouldnt bother flashing to the Rampage Formula bios. Your bios has all the same features.

As for the 205, it isnt needed unless you have an E0 45nm CPU. I think the memory settings are a little looser for more compatibility. So if you are stable, dont worry about upgrading.
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post #949 of 2014
Thanks alot ericeod the only prob i got was I had to boot with 2gb of ram set dram voltage to 2.1 and then 4gb booted without prob.And is 2.1 in bios the actual voltage wouldnt want to overvolt my ram.And one last question I can use the settings in the first page to oce correct.
Edited by malik22 - 9/23/08 at 1:40pm
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post #950 of 2014
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Thanks alot ericeod the only prob i got was I had to boot with 2gb of ram set dram voltage to 2.1 and then 4gb booted without prob.And is 2.1 in bios the actual voltage wouldnt want to overvolt my ram.And one last question I can use the settings in the first page to oce correct.
yes you can use those settings, although they are not guaranteed to work for everyone. they worked for me but i was able to use less voltage to the cpu. so you may have to experiment with some different settings. i would set the settings listed on the first page. if you are stable then go ahead and test for stability with lower voltages.

on side note, i have been having a wierd boot problem. every time i turn my PC off and then back on, it will load the logo screen, but then stop. i press del to enter the BIOS and nothing. it just freezes. when i press the reset button it will boot up just fine though.this happened with the P5E Dlx BIOS 0205 and now with the RF 0410 BIOS. I am currently running at:
375FSBx9
Vcore-1.4v
DRAM-2.1v at 5-5-5-15 (999 mhz)
FSB strap 333 (i think)
NB-1.45v
SB-auto
LLC-Enabled
AI Clock twister-moderate
TA Booster-8

What could be causing this?
Edited by spacegoast - 9/23/08 at 9:53pm
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