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post #1091 of 3000
I can't give real numbers right now as my system is partly being RMA'ed but

- offset +0.15 would give about 1.32v under load and about 1.5 with extreme LLC enabled
- manual 1.35 would stick to 1.35 under load and might go up to 1.4 with extreme LLC enabled

Offset is preferable so it can downvolt when the cpu downclocks but not if it gives such high voltages with LLC enabled.
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Okay that's a lot more than I imagined. Today I learned that.
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Hey guys....so I thought I fixed this double or possibly triple POST issue when i manually changed the settings of my memory in bios to 1600MHz, 1.65V and 9-9-9-24. Rebooted a few times and life seemed good. Came back today for a cold boot and it POST'd twice again and complained about overclocking failing....any idea what I am doing wrong? I haven't touched any CPU settings, just the ram setttings. Despite complaining about overclocking it still eventually booted with the above memory settings. I read through a bunch of the posts but didn't see anything definitive on the matter. I do have the latest bios. Is it definitely a memory problem? Or has ASUS just not fixed this issue?
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Hi, this is actually quite frustrating, during prime and such the turbo frequency hits 4.5GHZ and stays there.

However just now I finally noticed while Playing Anno 1404 in window mode, that the CPU was sitting at 1600MHZ and only kicked to 4.5GHZ for a few seconds during a scene with action.

Then it went back to 1600MHZ, apparently it thinks it is not demanding enough to be on 4.5GHZ.

Is there are a way for the turbo to be at 4.5GHZ at all times during any Application?(mainly gaming)

I think this might be the cause of the fluctuating FPS in Starcraft II,more demanding games like Crysis/Metro the turbo hits 4.5GHZ easy and stays there.

Any help would be great, my overclock is Auto as whenever I put a manual Vcore in, the system starts getting unstable.

Also:

Here is my plan, just one final reassurance from you guys if this is the best course of action:

Marvel Port: Intel SSD
Intel Port: 2xHDD in Raid 0

Sound like a good plan?

Thanks.
Edited by Greatskeem - 2/9/11 at 12:36pm
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Guys, i have one major issue. Got my PC today, connected everything, using a zalman max cpu fan, i had 24C idle temp and 29C while watching a 720p youtube movie.

I updated to the latest bios, and now my cpu is 10 degrees higher. Now it jumps all over the place while idling, the power drawn is also very incosistent.

Any tips? Is there a way to reset back to the orginal bios? Cause 10 degrees higher sucks.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Greatskeem;12318956 
Hi, this is actually quite frustrating, during prime and such the turbo frequency hits 4.5GHZ and stays there.

However just now I finally noticed while Playing Anno 1404 in window mode, that the CPU was sitting at 1600MHZ and only kicked to 4.5GHZ for a few seconds during a scene with action.

Then it went back to 1600MHZ, apparently it thinks it is not demanding enough to be on 4.5GHZ.

Is there are a way for the turbo to be at 4.5GHZ at all times during any Application?(mainly gaming)

I think this might be the cause of the fluctuating FPS in Starcraft II,more demanding games like Crysis/Metro the turbo hits 4.5GHZ easy and stays there.

Any help would be great, my overclock is Auto as whenever I put a manual Vcore in, the system starts getting unstable.

Also:

Here is my plan, just one final reassurance from you guys if this is the best course of action:

Marvel Port: Intel SSD
Intel Port: 2xHDD in Raid 0

Sound like a good plan?

Thanks.

Easy enough. Disable C1, C3 and C6 in the bios as well as Intel Speedstep. Leave turbo enabled though. this will force your cpu to run at full speed constantly.
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Thanks man, btw I was just testing prime for about 2 and a half hours and this is the first time my Asus suite gave me this warning:

[02/10/2011 at 09:21 pm] MotherBoard -103.0 Abnormal
[02/10/2011 at 09:21 pm] MotherBoard 32.0 Normal

It went back to normal Instantly :S said something like "warning motherboard centigrade"

Any ideas, should I be worried? The temps were being monitored and Motherboard temp never reached 34C and CPU was hovering at 69-70C at full load on Prime.
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Anyone having problems registering for the Asus replacement program? It says my serial # is invalid..
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Greatskeem;12331798 
Thanks man, btw I was just testing prime for about 2 and a half hours and this is the first time my Asus suite gave me this warning:

[02/10/2011 at 09:21 pm] MotherBoard -103.0 Abnormal
[02/10/2011 at 09:21 pm] MotherBoard 32.0 Normal

It went back to normal Instantly :S said something like "warning motherboard centigrade"

Any ideas, should I be worried? The temps were being monitored and Motherboard temp never reached 34C and CPU was hovering at 69-70C at full load on Prime.

After a few weeks of random and bizarre false alarms mine became convinced that my motherboard was stuck at a chilly -60C last night. Other programs still report just fine so I'm pretty confident that the issue here is the buggy software. I finally just disabled the suite's monitoring entirely.
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post #1100 of 3000
I am very impressed with my Asus p8p67 and i5 2500k, Im also amazed at how easy flashing the bios is, my first post took over a minute, had me worried for a bit, I am at manual 45 multi , manual voltage of 1.31, ultra high llc, all other cpu settings on auto, memory manually adjusted to spec, 4 hours stable in prime95 so far, using a hyper 212+ with dual sickle flow 120s, max temp of 58 on core 2 , only wierd issue is my wife bsod a few times on pogo, wth? I was playing bfbc2 for 3 hrs with no hiccups, maybe a x64 os issue compatablity issue with pogo, me personally, who cares about pogo tongue.gif
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