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post #531 of 2086
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Originally Posted by WorldExclusive;13550691 
GTs(1.65v) runs above P67 max voltage of 1.6v and the XMP profile may not work with P67 boards.
I haven't seen anyone use them with P67 boards, but I'm sure there's someone out there.

Well then I now have a huge problem. Sigh.
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post #532 of 2086
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Originally Posted by Image132;13550647 
Hey guys. I haven't had a chance yet to put my pc together yet but I do own the AM4E and I have some corsair dominator GT's as well.

I've read on the net that the Gt's won't work in the maximus or any P67 board. Is this true?

Are any of you running the GT's and are having issues with them?

I have Dominator GT 2000MHz 8-9-8-24 1.65v (CMT4GX3M2A2000C8) and i set to 2133MHz 9-10-9-27 1.65v (1.65v is max for DRAM in bios on M4E ) Memory work very well with 2133MHz and no errors in strong stress etc.

beztytuuopu.png

Latest bios from ASUS:

1409 , changes Over 1407 – adds bios rom flash back -> from one rom to another -> to fix problem of BCLK unable to change.
‘System will shutdown to do BIOS Flashback. Do not turn off AC while you see the ROG Connect LED blinking. It will take up to 8 minutes, please be patient.’

http://www.mediafire.com/?3z99jealk3e3gmp
Edited by seba84_2005 - 5/18/11 at 1:38pm
post #533 of 2086
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Originally Posted by seba84_2005;13552267 
I have Dominator GT 2000MHz 8-9-8-24 1.65v (CMT4GX3M2A2000C8) and i set to 2133MHz 9-10-9-27 1.65v (1.65v is max for DRAM in bios on M4E ) Memory work very well with 2133MHz and no errors in strong stress etc.

beztytuuopu.png

Latest bios from ASUS:

1409 , changes Over 1407 – adds bios rom flash back -> from one rom to another -> to fix problem of BCLK unable to change.
‘System will shutdown to do BIOS Flashback. Do not turn off AC while you see the ROG Connect LED blinking. It will take up to 8 minutes, please be patient.’

http://www.mediafire.com/?3z99jealk3e3gmp

Beat me 2 it! Started my new build today and haven't had time to look! Let me know how they are!
post #534 of 2086
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Originally Posted by seba84_2005;13552267 
I have Dominator GT 2000MHz 8-9-8-24 1.65v (CMT4GX3M2A2000C8) and i set to 2133MHz 9-10-9-27 1.65v (1.65v is max for DRAM in bios on M4E ) Memory work very well with 2133MHz and no errors in strong stress etc.

beztytuuopu.png

Latest bios from ASUS:

1409 , changes Over 1407 – adds bios rom flash back -> from one rom to another -> to fix problem of BCLK unable to change.
‘System will shutdown to do BIOS Flashback. Do not turn off AC while you see the ROG Connect LED blinking. It will take up to 8 minutes, please be patient.’

http://www.mediafire.com/?3z99jealk3e3gmp

So my CPU won't burn out if I use my ram at stock volts? This is great news. Thank you.
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post #535 of 2086
hey guys, just got my rig last week.
heres my setup

2600k maximus iv extreme
6990
ripjawx 8gb cl7
hafx

been checking out hardware monitor and i realised that intel speedstep isnt working at all. my corespeed drops to 1600 at idle which is fine. but my core voltage remains at 1.26 constantly even at idle. anyone else having the same problem?
p/s everything is at stock atm
and ive got EIST & turbo enabled
bios version is 1303
Edited by cazuza - 5/19/11 at 1:43am
post #536 of 2086
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Originally Posted by Image132;13558247 
So my CPU won't burn out if I use my ram at stock volts? This is great news. Thank you.

Man i just did my bios i had the 1101 and didnt have much of a problem i updated to the 1485 wich i thought was the newest but i was wrong yeah now i have the 1409 i really haven't noticed any thing different.. most i could get out of mine is 4.9ghz and the ram i have gskill 9.9.9.27 2200mhz anything over that i crash while playing games (BSOD) funny thing is i can get lower timeings and up to 5.2ghz with no BSOD if just running superpi and other stress test like cinebench do games absolutely flog your system??: confused.gif
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Do you guys think I should update to the lastest bios (1409)?

I was planning on sticking with the latest proper release (1204)
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post #538 of 2086
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Originally Posted by Image132;13561117 
Do you guys think I should update to the lastest bios (1409)?

I was planning on sticking with the latest proper release (1204)

Ostensibly, the latest approved is 1303 on the ASUS support site, I am running that and I am getting 4.88 on air using the AI OC and it is very stable.....although there are newer numbers mentioned here for BIOS, IMO I wouldn't rush to try a newer BIOS other than the 1303, I would wait for it to post on the ASUS site first. Also, be prepared to re-enter all of your previous BIOS settings after the update.
Edited by sylifis - 5/19/11 at 7:41am
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post #539 of 2086
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Originally Posted by sylifis;13561386 
Ostensibly, the latest approved is 1303 on the ASUS support site, I am running that and I am getting 4.88 on air using the AI OC and it is very stable.....although there are newer numbers mentioned here for BIOS, IMO I wouldn't rush to try a newer BIOS other than the 1303, I would wait for it to post on the ASUS site first. Also, be prepared to re-enter all of your previous BIOS settings after the update.

Yeah personally I'm not a fan of using pre-release drivers. Exactly, official (meaning on the proper site) or nothing for me. Thanks for letting me know about the updated bios.

I'm not worried about having to put in settings again. My system isn't actually built yet XD I'm still waiting for my 590, hence why I asked if GT's would work with the M4E.
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post #540 of 2086
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Yeah personally I'm not a fan of using pre-release drivers. Exactly, official (meaning on the proper site) or nothing for me. Thanks for letting me know about the updated bios.

I'm not worried about having to put in settings again. My system isn't actually built yet XD I'm still waiting for my 590, hence why I asked if GT's would work with the M4E.

I envy you the 590 I should have waited, but my two 580's are generating quite a bit of heat so maybe it's just as well. I tried three iterations of memory, including the GT'S and I ended up getting the GSkill 1600's because they fit very well under my Noctua NH-D14 and they are the lower voltage of 1.5V so less stress on the MOBO. The GT'S had the heatsink and it would not fit under the Noctua, so depending on your cooling solution it is something to consider.

Chuck
Edited by sylifis - 5/19/11 at 8:06am
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