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Old 04-22-2018, 01:24 PM
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Quote: Originally Posted by Daydreaming View Post
I just completed my first build yesterday using the Extreme4. I'm a bit of a novice on a learning curve. So far the only things I did were enable XMP profile and the multi-core enhancement as I couldn't figure out why I was running @ 2133 & 4.4mhz. Although having done some reading today I'm not sure either was such a great idea.

Anyway, I just wanted to drop in and say Hi.
welcome! you should be able to run at xmp settings for your ram with no problem. i'm actually not familiar with multi-core enhancement, I just built my 87000k system a little over a week ago after having an Ivy Bridge -E system for 3+ years.

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Quote: Originally Posted by encrypted11 View Post
The frequency readings would fluctuate on the balanced power plan 4.98GHz, 5.21GHz, 1.2GHz etc.

The frequency ramps on an "as needed" basis. But the readouts will most probably appear closer to a static number on the high performance plan. If you're running a lightly threaded load like an MMO application, you'd probably see wildly low clock readouts from low CPU usage (say 3-4.5GHz on probably a 5.1GHz OC) on balanced at a negligible impact and very low vCore.

But if you're feeling uncomfortable with dynamic voltage and frequency numbers turn it off.

But ASRock LLC is on a different number scale compared to ASUS LLC
I'd say
Asrock L1 is approximately ASUS L5.5 or 6
L2 is between ASUS's L4-5
L5 is probably no LLC.

@chrcoluk if you're planning to allow cache downclocking, "Auto" on Min Cache Ratio would achieve the same result as leaving the value on 800MHz manually.
Thanks, in that case I will edit my post, since its about 2 months I have simply remembered wrong, so basically when I said LLC 5 I meant LLC 1.

Regarding the ethernet I am switching ports, to those wondering which is the more capable port, alot of websites seem to suggest 1219v as its more well known by gamers, in addition its listed first on the spec sheet. The 1211 however is normally used in low end server devices and some firewall devices, I consider it a lower end intel server part vs the 1219 a desktop part. I checked the spec sheets for both nic's which confirmed my thoughts. Basically the 1211 has more offloading features, more queues, and more performance features. The 1219 I believe is only superior in its lower power overhead.

Also I am pretty sure I already set min cache clock to 3600, as my windows power plan prevents my cpu going below 3600mhz I wanted to keep cache clock up also. Yeah just confirmed on hwinfo64, min ratio 36x max 40x.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Daydreaming View Post
I just completed my first build yesterday using the Extreme4. I'm a bit of a novice on a learning curve. So far the only things I did were enable XMP profile and the multi-core enhancement as I couldn't figure out why I was running @ 2133 & 4.4mhz. Although having done some reading today I'm not sure either was such a great idea.

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Did you have a problem when enabling XMP?

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Quote: Originally Posted by chrcoluk View Post
Regarding the ethernet I am switching ports, to those wondering which is the more capable port, alot of websites seem to suggest 1219v as its more well known by gamers, in addition its listed first on the spec sheet. The 1211 however is normally used in low end server devices and some firewall devices, I consider it a lower end intel server part vs the 1219 a desktop part. I checked the spec sheets for both nic's which confirmed my thoughts. Basically the 1211 has more offloading features, more queues, and more performance features. The 1219 I believe is only superior in its lower power overhead.
I am using both ethernet ports on mine, the latest intel nic drivers allows teaming in win10 and I set mine up as a team and they are 2.0Gbps.
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The Fatal1ty ITX has two undocumented headers: black 9 pin header between Z370 and super i/o and white 8 pin header just above panel connector. Anyone know what they are for (intel vroc key, alternative panel connector...)?

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Had anyone run into an issue where for whatever reason the cpu cache(or ring ratio) cannot be increased above 44x? I'm still learning how to oc here:

Here's what I've changed so far and it's minimal: Set cpu ratio to 50, set cpu vcore to 1.3 fixed, LLC of 1, disabled all cpu states. For some reason it will not let me increase the cache above 44x. I've tried 46, 48, 50, and they go revert to 44x in hw info. The 8700k is delidded and temps are under control so far.

Is hwinfo wrong? I'm a little confused.
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Quote: Originally Posted by DickStarspeed View Post
The Fatal1ty ITX has two undocumented headers: black 9 pin header between Z370 and super i/o and white 8 pin header just above panel connector. Anyone know what they are for (intel vroc key, alternative panel connector...)?

(original mobo image from https://www.tweaktown.com/reviews/84...ew/index3.html)
One of them looks like the 10-1 pin AAFP, maybe @Sin0822 knows the other hmm?

@slidero checked Long/Short Duration PL (maybe 2X Stock TDP?), Disable Core to ring offset.

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what causes the small fluctuations in the bclk & system agent clock?

i ask because most cpu benchmarking and testing loads they stay pretty much locked at 100/1000 and 5000mhz is reported in hwinfo & cpu-z but when I'm playing any game, my cpu speed is always 4995mhz as if the bclk and or system agent frequency is dipping. not an issue as everything plays great but its just weird to always see 5000mhz when testing but in games seeing 4995mhz.

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Quote: Originally Posted by mtbiker033 View Post
what causes the small fluctuations in the bclk & system agent clock?

i ask because most cpu benchmarking and testing loads they stay pretty much locked at 100/1000 and 5000mhz is reported in hwinfo & cpu-z but when I'm playing any game, my cpu speed is always 4995mhz as if the bclk and or system agent frequency is dipping. not an issue as everything plays great but its just weird to always see 5000mhz when testing but in games seeing 4995mhz.
I have the same thing happen. It is the reporting software.

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I have the same thing happen. It is the reporting software.
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