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post #4271 of 9900
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69 on the NB at load is ok, do you have a NB overclock. If your worried bout temps try a small fan over it

NB doesn't have a clock of it's own unless you're counting the reference generators for HTT and PCIe. Overvolting this however, can make it get pretty hot. 70C under load would be my personal recommendation, as the default thermal protection on this board kicks in at 100C.
    
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Ah I was meaning CPU NB oc thought it affected the temps on the NB.

I need some help overclocking my 1055t soon enough I know the main voltages for ram CPU n CPU NB but the rest confuse me still, I've managed 3.5 at 1.224 whith bios set at 1.2 n llc at extreme the ht close to stock the ram isn't a problem and NB at 2500, I've been using prime blend n pi to test and asus turbo v to up bus by 2 every 5 mins.

When I hit the wall I lowered the multi to 13.5 n it still kept going up, I also noticed the temps drop a tad aswell
post #4273 of 9900
small update and will get bios pics up soon as i need some help. im now using a vcore of 1.28125 in bios with llc on extreme i get 1.308 and im at a maximum of 3.7ghz on 6 cores with a 2650 nb and 1860 htt and 1758 on the ram.
if i up the bus one more notch prime blend fails after one min on core 6 or 5 or just crashes (prime shuts off but no bsod or cutoff) but i can run small fft and a custom run for a while.
i read that if prime blend fails its a imc nb ram issue so i upped the ram voltage to 1.65 cpu nb voltage to 1.2 and lowerd the ram and nb speeds one notch and still the same. im just trying to squeeze every ounce of performance i can using little voltage as possible. im going to guess it may need more v core now but there is other voltages im unsure off, ive read a few guides here and on other sites and one from raja at asus but still (blankness on my face) ehhhh

stock bios settings the cpu is set at over 1.35 and i can run stock at 1.15 so for a 0.158 increase in voltage 900mhz is a bounus.

i will try and get bios pics up soon to aid in any support you can offer.


i did lower the multi by one notch and i could carry on upping the bus by another 10-15 points close to 3.7ghz and temps were lower.


i wonder what i could get 4ghz as a 4 core as seems 5 n 6 are my weakest cores as there first to shut off
post #4274 of 9900
does anyone know how to bios primt, i have a usb stick installed formatted to fat and fat 32 and exfat and all i get in the bios is select usb in a red box with an x no option to choose anything.
post #4275 of 9900
if your running ai suit and cpu-z hardware monitor or just cpu-z with ai suit at the same time it will cause wrong voltage readings and warnings.
Edited by skellattarr - 10/7/12 at 11:51am
post #4276 of 9900
I'm running CPU z and turbo v and prime 95. The voltage is higher under load due to llc being on. I do get warning errors for fans n other voltages but never the cpu
post #4277 of 9900
I've been wondering for a while ago, and much googling hasn't produced anything, so here goes..

What is iROG? The chips are on the board, the options are in BIOS, but I have no idea at all what it actually DOES.

Thanks in advance!
    
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It's where you can connect a laptop or tablet to the comp and oc from that, it's more easier to use turbo v on the comp to oc And then put it in bios
post #4279 of 9900
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I've been wondering for a while ago, and much googling hasn't produced anything, so here goes..
What is iROG? The chips are on the board, the options are in BIOS, but I have no idea at all what it actually DOES.
Thanks in advance!

It's an additional custom firmware that's part of the board. The iROG IC chips on the board do a number of things, as Richie said, one of their functions is ROGConnect and ROGConnect(+), for tweaking and monitoring from an external system. Their other function is actually what enables AISuite to do what it does. All of those advanced tweaking options wouldn't be available without the EC firmware.
    
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http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2537780

smile.gif hey everyone,
Is there a way to get the numbers on our mobo to be exact, . ie: 24 multi X 200 fsb = 4800 , but i always get 4816 or some other odd numbers. Even with mem & nb with 1873mhz & 2207mhz.
cpu & pci spread spectrum are disabled. Thanks for any insight smile.gif
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