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post #711 of 9900
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Originally Posted by Evil Penguin View Post
That's what I'm waiting for.
Because going from Formula IV to V just seems meh.
Don't hold your breath for a Crosshair V Extreme. Formula allows Quad SLI(skinny cards) and we can SLI 3 dual slot cards since Intel played nice with AMD for the chipsets. At this point I would really be surprised if ASUS even entertained the notion to offer Extreme in the 990FX RoG Series. Don't know if I said it right but I'm sure you get the idea.

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post #712 of 9900
Damn it. I spoke too soon. Got Windows, Asus, and MSI gpu drivers installed. Now I'm getting random lock-ups, failures to post with same "no ram found" error, or random blue screens. Too tired to dig into it any tonight.
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post #713 of 9900
Motherboard Crosshair V Formula is compatible with OC Station? They have thought to publish the programs to adapt OC Station to Motherboard Crosshair V Formula? thanks

http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/Acc...es/OC_Station/
post #714 of 9900
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Originally Posted by Chematf View Post
Motherboard Crosshair V Formula is compatible with OC Station? They have thought to publish the programs to adapt OC Station to Motherboard Crosshair V Formula? thanks

http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/Acc...es/OC_Station/
I'm pretty sure that OC station is compatible with all RoG boards but the CVF does have a different BIOS and isn't reliant on the Legacy BIOS from earlier versions. So you might be better off calling their hotline @ 1-888-606-2787. Be prepared to have to make a LD call since I'm pretty sure it's an 812 number but they might have gotten their act together by centralizing their phone bank. Haven't called them in a while though.

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post #715 of 9900
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Damn it. I spoke too soon. Got Windows, Asus, and MSI gpu drivers installed. Now I'm getting random lock-ups, failures to post with same "no ram found" error, or random blue screens. Too tired to dig into it any tonight.
I was about to cheer for you, sorry man.
post #716 of 9900
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I was about to cheer for you, sorry man.
It's all good man. I'm just messing around until new mobo gets here. Of course I just got on the phone with Asus and they haven't processed my cross shipping yet.
Edited by BentZero - 6/27/11 at 10:06am
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post #717 of 9900
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The first time I really buy something big from newegg and it has already been opened?! Greeeeat (*sarcastic). Should I return it? I haven't had a chance to install it because my ram doesn't come in till Wednesday. From the sound of it, this kind of thing is common practice at newegg. I'm thinking since there's no visual damage that maybe I should just wait till my ram comes in to just fire it up and make sure everything is running up to par. What do you guys think? Should I send it back or just see if it works first then decide.
I would call newegg and tell them it open
They might give you a credit or free shipping or some thing
    
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post #718 of 9900
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Do we even have a confirmed release date for the Extreme version?
I have not seen one and I do not believe there will be an extreme but maybe
Edited by Tweeky - 6/27/11 at 12:47pm
    
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post #719 of 9900
I need help. Please.

I had a CH4E with G.Skill memory and they would run at factory specs with no problem

G.Skill Flares F3-16000CL7-2BFLS Freq. 2000 7-9-7-24 1.65 volts

And now I cannot get them to run at factory specs on my CH5F any ides
Prime 95 will shows a stopped worker in the first few test
I would prefer not to go over 1.65 volts

Thanks
Edited by Tweeky - 6/27/11 at 1:05pm
    
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post #720 of 9900
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I need help. Please.

I had a CH4E with G.Skill memory and they would run at factory specs with no problem

G.Skill Flares F3-16000CL7-2BFLS Freq. 2000 7-9-7-24 1.65 volts

And now I cannot get them to run at factory specs on my CH5F any ides
Prime 95 will shows a stopped worker in the first few test
I would prefer not to go over 1.65 volts

Thanks
when I switched over to my CHV I was getting a worker stopped rounding error on one of my cores. While going though this guide

http://www.asusrog.com/forums/showth...e-Overclocking

I came across this part

Quote:
DRAM VREF CA on CPU: Adjusting this reference voltage can help increase stability during stress tests - if rounding errors are reported above or below the expected numerical value (Prime95, Super Pi). If the rounding error shows a value higher than expected was returned from DRAM, then increase the Vref to 50.5% and see if it helps. The same principal can be used to lower Vref if the value returned is lower than the expected value.


Adjustment is recommended only after CPU voltage, DRAM voltage, CP/NB Voltage, memory timings and drive strength settings have been optimised.
I ended up adjusting the voltage as recomended, (I think I went up 3 bumps from 0.750 to 0.7575 or something I'll have to look when I get home) and I went from a worker stopped rounding error after an hour and a half on core 6 to my prime being 24 hour stable.

There is also some other sections in the guide about other memory settings for high speed DDR3 running above 1866MHz. Might be worth checking out.

Oh there is also this item specifically relating to G.Skill Flares.

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CKE drive strength: Sets the drive strength for clock enable signals. This line doesn’t transition as much as the other lines, however, that is not to say that this setting is not important. GSkill Flare 4GB DIMMs prefer a manual setting of 1.5X, while Corsair 2.1 revision Hyper prefer 1X. An incorrect value for CKE Drive Strength will result in a non-POST.

Edited by Kasaris - 6/27/11 at 1:24pm
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