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My board came with the 2002 BIOS. Maybe that's the reason why I cant get any good OCs LOL!
I think I want to flash to 1902 as soon as I get the chance.

thumb.gif This and maybe a few other little things lol. We'll be talking my man!

For a good place to start give this guide a read and see if it helps,

These are settings that I use with bios version 1304 and are not the only options available, but are used by many others with good results. They should also be fine for the 1902 bios as well. One option I have not worked with is the D.O.C.P (Dram Over Clock Profile) and if your Dram is an issue I’d encourage it’s use.
Ai Overclock Tuner – Manual
AMD Turbo Core – Disable (not applicable with all CPU’s)
PCIE Freq – 100
Dram Freq – Manually enter Dram factory spec freq
Dram Timing Configuration – Manually enter factory timing specs and verify with CPUZ under memory tab
PWM Phase Control – Full Phase
CPU Voltage OCP – Enabled
CPU PWM Freq - Auto
CPU Load Line Calibration – Full - be sure and watch load voltage! Using this should allow a lower Vcore in bios. PM me if you’d like more info on LLC. Be careful and watch the Vcore while under load (1.5-1.55v max)
CPU/NB LLC – Full - be sure and watch load voltage
CPU/NB Voltage OCP – Enabled
Extreme OV – Disabled
CPU & NB Voltage Mode – Offset or Manual, using Offset Voltage allows use of Cool & Quiet up to a multiplier of 18x. (I encourage Offset Mode)
CPU VDDA voltage – Auto
Dram Voltage – Manually enter factory spec
HT Voltage – usually auto is fine for a 4.0GHz
NB Voltage – usually auto is fine for 4.0GHz if you have a BE CPU. Non BE CPU’s may require additional volts as this is for the chipset which may need an increase when going past 260MHz CPU Bus Freq. (stock is 1.11, max around 1.3v. I have seen this as high as 1.5v in extreme cases for long periods of time.
NB 1.8v – auto
CPU Spread Spectrum – Disabled for stability
PCIE Spread Spectrum – Disabled for stability
Be sure to manually enter a value for both CPU Voltage and CPU/NB Voltage (not auto)
All other settings can stay at default or auto for most cases.
 
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Ya, after updating the BIOS i got POST. However, with my 1035t (2.6ghz native) oced at 3.6 i am getting BSOD code 1a (memory management). What is the recommended vcore for 3.6-4.0 on the 1035t?
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CPUID HWMONITOR is showing vcore at (stock?) 1.24 under prime95 load. My offset is set at +0.050000 I think...temps look fine but I am BSODing a1. Just got new ram. Memtested them before OC and they look fine no errors. Any suggestions? I'm trying to hit 4.0
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Does anyone know if I can fit two Asus GTX 570 Direct CU ii on the Formula?
    
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Okay, Sandman, prime95 seems to be doing fine now. However, one of the cores (workers) failed (core number 5) saying that "rounding is 0.5, expected less than 0.4". Should I tap the voltage up a bit? The other cores are testing still and have gone twice as far as core #5. Is this normal?
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ya you can. Plenty of x16
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Okay, Sandman, prime95 seems to be doing fine now. However, one of the cores (workers) failed (core number 5) saying that "rounding is 0.5, expected less than 0.4". Should I tap the voltage up a bit? The other cores are testing still and have gone twice as far as core #5. Is this normal?

Normal for a failure yes, no sense continuing test once a worker has failed, just stop test and make small adjustments.

Rules to follow when running prime95,

BSOD is usually a lack of Vcore,

A "Worker Has Failed" error which is what I think you had, is usually a lack of Dram voltage or CPU/NB voltage. You usually find stock Dram voltage needs additional .05 maybe more to stabilize on AMD platform. Example, if stock is 1.5v first try 1.55v. If needed try 1.6v. If that doesn't help I'd stay slightly above stock (1.55v as example) and than raise CPU/NB voltage.

maybe post a couple snips of CPUZ with both CPU and memory tabs open along with HWMonitor or asus pc probe so we can more of where your at would help too
Edited by The Sandman - 12/6/11 at 6:44pm
 
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No bites on my previous post? rolleyes.gif

Anyone that liquid cooled their motherboard want to sell their stock heatsink/heatpipe setup in the name of modding? I believe I can make the heatsinks fit on my 870/850SB motherboard. PM me if interested
    
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No bites on my previous post? rolleyes.gif

Anyone that liquid cooled their motherboard want to sell their stock heatsink/heatpipe setup in the name of modding? I believe I can make the heatsinks fit on my 870/850SB motherboard. PM me if interested

Two problems to your request.

1) Resale. Not everyone wishes to go underwater. So lets say I sell you my HS. Now I'm stuck with a board with no HS which limits who I can sell to.

and

2)Warranty issues. I sell my HS to you and I've no way to submit my RMA. Yeah going under water could potentially void the warranty, but without the HS, I can't submit a claim anyway.

So while I'm gonna be putting my board under water those are my reasons for not contributing as much as I would like to help and as much as I could use a little cash. I can't afford to chuck $200 down the drain. Hope you understand. GL with your quest though maybe someone has a dead board they can part with the HS from. smile.gif

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Hi People

I need some help with running AISuite ver. 1.00.29 on my Crosshair 4 Extreme

http://support.asus.com/Download.aspx?SLanguage=en&p=1&s=24&m=Crosshair%20IV%20Extreme&os=30&ft=14&f_name=AISuite_II_V10029_XpVistaWin7.zip#AISuite_II_V10029_XpVistaWin7.zip

CPU - 1100T

BIOS 2002

Overclocked to 17x 240 Prime 95 stable

Win 7 64 bit

I updated to BIOS 2002 and now I have a hard time running AISuite ver. 1.00.29

Please help

Anyone having trouble with AISuite ver. 1.00.29 on a Crosshair 4 Extreme

Thanks

 

The error below continues to pop up until I run shot down

I have uninstall and cleaned out the ASUS directory and reinstalled 3 times

 

 

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Edited by Tweeky - 12/10/11 at 1:04pm
    
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