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Hi

If yours works, please let us know...

Thanks
NBK
Yeah mine just came today. I didn't have time to put it in. But everything matches up correctly it looks. Ill post some pictures later tonight when I get home.

It came via FedEX in a documentation package boxy thing and they left it on the clip on my door. I live in apartments and they are layed out like hotels. Anybody could of snatched it up .

Now if they would just sell the damn LCD Poster .

Also last night I installed the trial version of Everest Ultimate. I was looking at some info on the sensors and it said my motherboard name was Maximus Extreme / Rampage Series or something. Anybody know what thats about?

Could that mean you could maybe flash it into the Rampage like you can with the Formula?
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Not sure if the Extreme will take the Rampage mod or not.. I aint seen much info on that for your board. Im assuming that since it is DDR3 only that it wont work.

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Also last night I installed the trial version of Everest Ultimate. I was looking at some info on the sensors and it said my motherboard name was Maximus Extreme / Rampage Series or something. Anybody know what thats about?
Perhaps Everest knows somthing we don't. Rampage Extreme cooming soon??
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I also have a working OCCT (8 hours), Orthos (12 hours) and Memtest86+ 2.01 (2 hours) stable BIO's template for you guys if you want to try it out. 500x8 1:1 with Rampage mod

MAXIMUS/RAMPAGE FORMULA 0308 BIOS.
Extreme Tweaker
Ai Overclock Tuner : Manual
OC From CPU Level Up : AUTO
CPU Ratio Control : Manual
- Ratio CMOS Setting : 8 (set to 9 for 4.5ghz)
FSB Frequency : 500
FSB Strap to North Bridge : 333
PCI-E Frequency: 110
DRAM Frequency: DDR2-1002
DRAM Command Rate : 2N
DRAM CLK Skew on Channel A : Normal
DRAM CLK Skew on Channel B : Normal
DRAM Timing Control: Manual
CAS# Latency : 5
RAS# to CAS# Delay : 5
RAS# Precharge : 5
RAS# ActivateTime : 15
RAS# to RAS# Delay : 3
Row Refresh Cycle Time : 45 (any lower and i get DET DRAM no matter what i do)
Write Recovery Time : 6
Read to Precharge Time : 3

Read to Write Delay (S/D) : 8
Write to Read Delay (S) : 3
Write to Read Delay (D) : 5
Read to Read Delay (S) : 4
Read to Read Delay (D) : 6
Write to Write Delay (S) : 4
Write to Write Delay (D) : 6

Write to PRE Delay : 14
Read to PRE Delay : 5
PRE to PRE Delay : 1
ALL PRE to ACT Delay : 5
ALL PRE to REF Delay : 5

DRAM Static Read Control: Disabled
Ai Clock Twister : Stronger
Transaction Booster : Auto (setting this to manual gets DET DRAM no matter what i do)

CPU Voltage : 1.4625
CPU PLL Voltage : AUTO
North Bridge Voltage : 1.67
DRAM Voltage : 2.16 (set to 2.04 according to G.SKILL)
FSB Termination Voltage : 1.40
South Bridge Voltage : 1.050
SB 1.5V Voltage : 1.50
Loadline Calibration : Enabled
CPU GTL Reference : 0.63X
North Bridge GTL Reference : 0.67X
DDR2 Channel A REF Voltage : AUTO
DDR2 Channel B REF Voltage : AUTO
DDR2 Controller REF Voltage : DDR2-REF


CPU Spread Spectrum : Disabled
PCIE Spread Spectrum : Disabled
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Not sure if the Extreme will take the Rampage mod or not.. I aint seen much info on that for your board. Im assuming that since it is DDR3 only that it wont work.

Perhaps Everest knows somthing we don't. Rampage Extreme cooming soon??
Yeah thats what I thought as well, but here is a pic show it.



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I also have a working OCCT (8 hours), Orthos (12 hours) and Memtest86+ 2.01 (2 hours) stable BIO's template for you guys if you want to try it out. 500x8 1:1 with Rampage mod
Cool, will try once my Q6600 gets here. If my order will ever go tho

My i/o shield It was an eye sore to see inside my case and see no shield. Makes no difference but it just bothered me.


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What happened, I might of missed what happened to your I/O Shield..

And the BIO's template is rock solid, but I was told that the Performance Level at 13 was to high. It needs to be around 8, so I will try and tweak it out. I will post back the results when I get a new template made.
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Very nice SystemID.
I hope my EL I/O backplate gets here this evening.
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What happened, I might of missed what happened to your I/O Shield..

And the BIO's template is rock solid, but I was told that the Performance Level at 13 was to high. It needs to be around 8, so I will try and tweak it out. I will post back the results when I get a new template made.
FYI: I run PL at 7 at sigged 470FSB with all the pull-ins disabled.

BIOS here:
http://forums.nvidia.com/index.php?s...dpost&p=363687

Performance here:
http://i228.photobucket.com/albums/e...Capture-21.jpg
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FYI: I run PL at 7 at sigged 470FSB with all the pull-ins disabled.

BIOS here:
http://forums.nvidia.com/index.php?s...dpost&p=363687

Performance here:
http://i228.photobucket.com/albums/e...Capture-21.jpg
Thats pretty sweet Everest run dude, I need faster ram tho. I top out at 1081mhz so I can't see what I get get the tRD at any faster then 450 FSB. I'm currently looking at some faster ram, like the OCZ Flex-II PC2-9200. But I see in your sig the ram you got does way better then mine, whats the fastest you been able to get?

Whats your divider at anyway, I run the 5:6 but i'm open to suggestions
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5:6 at 333 seems to be the best performing and most stable. I've gotten the 4x1 Ballistix to pass memtest at 1200MHz, but that needs some extra volts on the NB and DIMMs. For day-to-day, I prefer to stay at the slightly slower 1128. You can see my BIOS settings in the post above for the rest of my timings and voltages.

As you probably already know, Crucial no longer supports Ballistix on the compatibility tables for X38/X48. Many of us continue to run them without problems. However, it makes anything manufactured with the D9GMH ICs questionable.

If you were to dig through my system specs, you'd see I'm running the G.Skill 2x2 PC2-8000 you have on my P5N32-E. It's a great kit, but rubbish for OC as you've seen. I currently run them at 1080 with 2.2 (0.1 over specs), and that's the highest I've gotten them.

My experience so far with this board is that 4x1 is 100% more stable and about equally easier to achieve than compared to my 680i board. I think some high-speed RAM is just what you need to take your OC a little bit further, but the payoff is probably not worth putting that on your priority list. You have a nice system as it is!
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5:6 at 333 seems to be the best performing and most stable. I've gotten the 4x1 Ballistix to pass memtest at 1200MHz, but that needs some extra volts on the NB and DIMMs. For day-to-day, I prefer to stay at the slightly slower 1128. You can see my BIOS settings in the post above for the rest of my timings and voltages.

As you probably already know, Crucial no longer supports Ballistix on the compatibility tables for X38/X48. Many of us continue to run them without problems. However, it makes anything manufactured with the D9GMH ICs questionable.

If you were to dig through my system specs, you'd see I'm running the G.Skill 2x2 PC2-8000 you have on my P5N32-E. It's a great kit, but rubbish for OC as you've seen. I currently run them at 1080 with 2.2 (0.1 over specs), and that's the highest I've gotten them.

My experience so far with this board is that 4x1 is 100% more stable and about equally easier to achieve than compared to my 680i board. I think some high-speed RAM is just what you need to take your OC a little bit further, but the payoff is probably not worth putting that on your priority list. You have a nice system as it is!
Man, you hit it on the head!! I'm kinda glad to see that we have the same kit and get the about the same overclock, that makes me feel good, cuz I know it isnt anything else BUT the ram not overclocking worth a crap. Yeah, I read about the Crucial D9's over at XtremeSystems, does that OCZ Flex-II PC2-9200 have D9's?. I know this system will do it, I got a pretty decent stepping for the E8400, and the Rampage mod is working great! I got the Thermalright HR-05 SLI/IFX and Enzotech SLF-1 comming from Jab-tech, should be here on Friday. Ever since I found out about that all important tRD timing (Performance Level) my Everest benchs have been off the hook!! So I was really thinking about grabbing that OCZ Flex-II PC2-9200 for my rig to run 480-500 FSB with the lower tRD for better memory bandwidth. It's really got me all messed up now, I came off a 939 Opty 170 thinking a 1:1 overclock would be the best for memory bandwidth, and got that sytle of overclocking down, These Intels are a totally different world that like a.. for example 5:6 divider with a 333 FSB strap. So, I'm really in that state of mind that yea I could get it probably a lot faster, but like you said, it really is a nice system.

Thanks for your input, and + rep too bro.
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