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post #3071 of 9069
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Originally Posted by Ghostleader View Post

@mikezachlowe2004
Thanks for your time to explain.
But this can´t be only a FX phenomena because I had the same phenomena with my 1090T with both 0903 and 1003 bios.
For sure the CPU/NB voltage overshoot by a fair amout but there is a different with different CPU/NB LLC settings, not by much but there is.
I measure the following from the readouts points in the "ProbeIt" area with my DMM at different CPU/NB LLC settings.
Auto
Set in bios : 1,275
Idle : 1,290
Load : 1,315
Regular
Set in bios : 1,275
Idle : 1,290
Load : 1,315
High
Set in bios : 1,275
Idle : 1,295
Load : 1,320
Extreme
Set in bios : 1,275
Idle : 1,295
Load : 1,325
I can´t imagine that the voltage overshoot can be cured by switch to a new bios chip.
We have to wait and see when you get the new chip if it gets better or if they have done a change with the new 1102 bios version.
Cheers
Edit: I have also tried to get the turbo to work in OC mode but I haven´t fully got the grip on how it works, I have to fiddle some more with different settings, one thing I have notice is that the turbo works different before and after those schedule fixes.

I have the 1102 bios installed now and same thing. It seems that your CPU/NB LLC is working a lot better than mine. Doesnt matter what I set it too it increases voltge from 1.425v to 1.456 or even higher to like 1.462v no matter what I set the LLC to. Regular should actually allow the voltage to drop a little and high should allow a steady voltage maybe a little increase like what you showed and extreme should increase it about .05 at the most when under load. As you can see no matter what I set it at it always increases voltage like its set on extreme and thats what causing me not to get stable at high clocks of like 5+ghz.

As for the turbo, when enabled it should kick every once in while when needed. When I set to stock, it works just fine but when I overclock in bios and enable turbo it doesnt ever kick in. I have tried superpi and still nothing. I tried using AOD but it seems that it says on all the time when I do that and the windows color theme goes out too. I would like to be able to get it to work while overclocked because I should be able to get stable at 5Ghz for all 8 cores and tehn 5.2Ghz with turbo on 4 cores but it just wont work.

Also for the CPU LLC, it has changed since I have updated bios from 9921 to 1003 version. Regular should do that same and allow voltage to drop a little under load and high should hold steady at what voltage is set at and ultra high should increase voltage about .025v under load and extreme should increase voltage .05-.06v. But since 1003 and 1102 bios released settings high and ultra high are the same thing now and if you want voltage to increase while under load you have to go with extreme and for me the voltage increase for extreme is too much for my comfort. Ultra high is perfect for what I need but it no longer works correclty. I am hoping that all this is fixed with new bios chip. Thats what the guy told me the problem was and that it will fix it because the chip was fixed for BD. We'll see how it goes, I should get it early this week, monday or tuesday, hopefully. I seen on youtube another guys made a video doing same thing and when he got it the pins on it were all bent up because of shipping. I hope mines not like this when it arrives. Disappointing how some delivery guys just dont care about others property and throws it around like its a dodge ball. I will keep you guys updated.

Let me know how yours is working for you. Thanks for responding.
Edited by mikezachlowe2004 - 1/14/12 at 10:41am
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post #3072 of 9069
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Hello!
Any of you have ripijaws X 1600 cl6 on formula V?
i cant get more than 1600mhz ;(
1800 cl9 ... 2000cl9 10 9 27
nathing.
CPU is a phenom 945.... @3.7 with 1600mhz cl9 ... run perfect... but i whant 2000mhz or more.
THX!

That's because the IMC on Phenom processors handles DDR-1333MhZ stock. When you use 1600Mhz ram, you are already overclocking the IMC in the Phenom processor. Most Phenoms can handle this speed fine. It's when you try to go with a faster speed than 1600MhZ is when you will start to get an unstable cpu (even if your Ram is rated for a higher speed). I have some hi-speed (1866MhZ) RAM and can only get it up to about 1730MhZ before my processor hits a wall.

The new FX Bulldozer processors are designed to handle 1866MhZ RAM stock, and you can overclock up to 2400MhZ from what I have seen.
post #3073 of 9069
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Originally Posted by Wriceth

Hello!
Any of you have ripijaws X 1600 cl6 on formula V?
i cant get more than 1600mhz ;(
1800 cl9 ... 2000cl9 10 9 27
nathing.
CPU is a phenom 945.... @3.7 with 1600mhz cl9 ... run perfect... but i whant 2000mhz or more.
THX!
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That's because the IMC on Phenom processors handles DDR-1333MhZ stock. When you use 1600Mhz ram, you are already overclocking the IMC in the Phenom processor. Most Phenoms can handle this speed fine. It's when you try to go with a faster speed than 1600MhZ is when you will start to get an unstable cpu (even if your Ram is rated for a higher speed). I have some hi-speed (1866MhZ) RAM and can only get it up to about 1730MhZ before my processor hits a wall.
The new FX Bulldozer processors are designed to handle 1866MhZ RAM stock, and you can overclock up to 2400MhZ from what I have seen.

Thats right. CPU only support up to 1333MHz which makes anything over that overclocking. AMD cpus didnt really overclock ram that well until Bulldozer which is supported up to 1866Mhz which I have been ablet overclock to 2200Mhz. Older AMD cpus cant really support ram that much higher than its rated. You should be able to get more out of it though my increasing FSB. This overclocks ram in smaller increments. Try that.
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The individual that took care of the membership has been absent

I would add you to the membership list but I do not know how

If someone would be willing to continuously take over the membership list and/or the thread this would be OK with me

Tweeky
 

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I am still not on the roster.
I've even submitted the spreadsheet registration.
New validation: http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2198294


 


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The individual that took care of the membership has been absent
I would add you to the membership list but I do not know how
If someone would be willing to continuously take over the membership list and/or the thread this would be OK with me
Tweeky

 



I've not been added eikther, it's been weeks sad-smiley-002.gif
post #3076 of 9069
i have not been added either and it has been weeks for me too but i just finished putting my second FX-8150 in my new sabertooth SLI machine and it is awsome and this was my validation on this my D9 CAT machine http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2068249
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i have not been added either and it has been weeks for me too but i just finished putting my second FX-8150 in my new sabertooth SLI machine and it is awsome and this was my validation on this my D9 CAT machine http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2068249

What kind of cooling you got?
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Here's my clock

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and here's my cooling temps.

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post #3079 of 9069
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I Got Big News For ASUS Crosshair V Formula Motherboard Owners
I have contacted ASUS pertaining to the CPU/NB LLC problem and it turns out that it is not the bios. It turn out the bios chip is faulty. He asked me when I got my board and I thought this was kind of weird so I asked him why he needed to know after I told him.
It turns out that Crosshair V Formula Motherboards that were purchased before a certain date have a faulty bios chip on them that is affected by the FX processors. He did not tell me any details but they are sending me a new bios chip that has been fixed for FX cpu's.
I am a little disappointed that I was not notified or contacted about this seeing that they know that I have this board with a 8120. He did not tell me the date of which the boards started being fitted with this fixed bios chip but if you have an FX processor with this board then I would recommend contacting them and requesting a fixed bios chip for the Bulldozer cpu. Hell, I would even do it if I didnt have a FX cpu. He did say that the boards that were sent out before a certain time had a faulty bios chip that was affected by the FX chips. Not exactly, but something right along those lines. If you have this board I would recommend calling them and asking about this cause you might not be getting the most performance out of your board and chip because of this. He did specify that it is with the Bulldozer chip but he did not exclude and chips. So I would call and find out if your board is eligible for a new bios chip. I purchased my board in october. I had to tell him that and the serial number to, i guess, see if my board was one of the ones sent out with a faulty bios chip. It turns out that it is and he said the new bios chip fixed for the FX chips will be delivered to me within a week. Nice customer service I might add. I dont know how or if this is going to increase performance or stability or anything like that and I will be sure to let you guys know once I install it.
So, IMO if you have a Crosshair V Formula mobo, then I recommend that you call ASUS (U.S. Toll Free - 1-812-282-2787) and find out if your board needs a new bios chip.
I am glad that I found this out. I dont know if the faulty one was damaging anything or decreasing the performance of my chip or affecting stability or what but a faulty bios chip needs to be replaced.
OP, I think you should post this on the first thread for other Crosshair V owners to see.
If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to ask.
Hope I could help you guys and I will notify everyone, once I install my the new bios chip, if there are any performance or stability changes with it.
225225

Thank you so much! I called Asus support to check if I was also eligible to get a new mobo since I noticed that you purchased your CHV in October and I've had mine since last June, sure enough my mobo was also one of those shipped out with a faulty bios chip. I'll be receiving a new one soon. Again thank you for the heads up. thumb.gif
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Anyone know where the option for "USB Device Wakeup From S3 or S4" went to in the new bios (1102)? It was in USB Configuration in the Advanced tab. I need this for my computer to go into sleep mode like it did before.
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