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02-10-2020 07:09 PM
mattliston I wouldnt bother with the motherboard trade unless you want to get the actual rampage v 10 water blocks for future watercooling project.




6xxx series x99 have a better memory controller for more ram compatability and higher speeds.




I would focus on core number increases. an 8 or 10 core will give better overal performance, as long as you CAN make use of the extra cores.
02-10-2020 05:14 PM
dpoverlord So an odd question,

I have a 5930k overclocked to to 4.4ghz on air and I was wondering, if there would be an improvement upgrading the cpu at all? I read in the ASUS CPU chart that I can use a 6900k, 6850k, 6800k, 5960X. Can I use any newer cpu's?

Also, if I did I know my current chip does a pretty good job in 4k gaming. It's not always a perfect 60FPS but it's good. Would there be that dramatic of a difference? My system is using a 2080ti and I am feeling a slight upgrade itch.

I don't want to move to 299 as I feel that the motherboards don't seem to have changed much. I would like more USB-C slots, faster ports, etc.

HOWEVER, I do feel the itch and found a deal where I could sell my Rampage V Extreme and get the Rampage V 10 Edition as it was only $100 in a trade. Any thoughts? Is the v 10 edition that much better than the V Extreme with the USB 3.1 pci slot?
01-22-2020 06:02 PM
maxxx.ph
Quote: Originally Posted by zoson View Post
I run 960 evo on two rve and never had any problems.
Thanks for the reply. Will proceed installing one then. Much appreciated!
01-22-2020 01:14 PM
ThrashZone
Quote: Originally Posted by poulk View Post
Hi all!
I got a new memory 4x8GB Corsair 3200 c16 (aida says it single side hynix).
On my system, with 5820k and R5E I can't push this memory to 3000 MHz(it's bootup, but crash in windows) on 3200 it even not boot up.
I try many bios settings but nothing helps.
So now I'm thinking did it wort trying at least to get 3000?
I know x99 is not the best platform for memory overclocking.
But this looks bad even for x99.
Maybe someone have advice "how-to"?
Hi,
Real issue is hynix 3200C16 not that x99 can't do 3200
I can't even post with 3200C16 kit

3200C14 would likely work just fine as mine has been for nearly two years now

01-22-2020 01:10 PM
zoson
Quote: Originally Posted by poulk View Post
Hi all!
I got a new memory 4x8GB Corsair 3200 c16 (aida says it single side hynix).
On my system, with 5820k and R5E I can't push this memory to 3000 MHz(it's bootup, but crash in windows) on 3200 it even not boot up.
I try many bios settings but nothing helps.
So now I'm thinking did it wort trying at least to get 3000?
I know x99 is not the best platform for memory overclocking.
But this looks bad even for x99.
Maybe someone have advice "how-to"?
System agent voltage needs to be precisely tuned to get 3000mhz. 3200mhz is not realistic on 5000 series cpus, only 6000 series.
2T Command Rate also helps a lot.
VCCIO CPU increased sometimes help memory overclocking. Don't go above 1.1v. Most CPUs only need about 1.075v to do 3000mhz.

Quote: Originally Posted by maxxx.ph View Post
All, does running na NVME on this board have any known issues? I was handed down this motherboard with a CPU and plan in using it to replace my R4BE.
Thanks!
I run 960 evo on two rve and never had any problems.
01-21-2020 07:19 PM
maxxx.ph All, does running na NVME on this board have any known issues? I was handed down this motherboard with a CPU and plan in using it to replace my R4BE.
Thanks!
11-03-2019 04:21 PM
poulk Hi all!
I got a new memory 4x8GB Corsair 3200 c16 (aida says it single side hynix).
On my system, with 5820k and R5E I can't push this memory to 3000 MHz(it's bootup, but crash in windows) on 3200 it even not boot up.
I try many bios settings but nothing helps.
So now I'm thinking did it wort trying at least to get 3000?
I know x99 is not the best platform for memory overclocking.
But this looks bad even for x99.
Maybe someone have advice "how-to"?
10-25-2019 06:15 AM
Vlada011 4.2GHz is ideal frequency for i7-6950X.
That's not 6 or 8 cores. I remind you, single threaded performance of i7-6950X on 4.2GHz are equal to i7-5820K on 4.5GHz.
X99 can't compete with newer AMD systems with more cores but still is great platform.
I plan to stay on X99 until DDR5.
10-20-2019 08:13 AM
zoson
Quote: Originally Posted by Baasha View Post
Just installed the latest BIOS but struggling with the 4.30Ghz OC for my 6950X.

I stress tested and it seems fine but temps are way too high. What LLC setting should it be on? I have it on Auto now.

Do we need to manually set the Agent Voltage etc.? I only set V-Core and DRAM voltage manually but pretty much everything else is on Auto. Would appreciate some help.
Quote: Originally Posted by ThrashZone View Post
Hi,
Yes !

LLC I've never seen any real advantage to going past LLC-4 or 5

I'll just throw this good advice down by xkm1948 I saved a while back
I have seen significant benefits to LLC7 and LLC8 depending on the CPU.

That said, just like anything else in overclocking, it's highly CPU dependent - some will need more, some will need less and the only way to know is to test your specific CPU.
10-19-2019 07:58 AM
ThrashZone
Quote: Originally Posted by Baasha View Post
Just installed the latest BIOS but struggling with the 4.30Ghz OC for my 6950X.

I stress tested and it seems fine but temps are way too high. What LLC setting should it be on? I have it on Auto now.

Do we need to manually set the Agent Voltage etc.? I only set V-Core and DRAM voltage manually but pretty much everything else is on Auto. Would appreciate some help.
Hi,
Yes !

LLC I've never seen any real advantage to going past LLC-4 or 5

I'll just throw this good advice down by xkm1948 I saved a while back

Quote:
1. Dont run auto voltage on vcore, VCCIO, VCCSA, Vcache and VDRAM
2. Don't use XMP. Always set everything manually
3. Vcore wont hurt much. It is usually cache overclocking that kills your chip.
Keep your cache as close to 1V as possible
4. VCCSA is the same thing. Keep it as close to 1V as possible.
5. Provide adequate cooling for the VRM if you are using AIO.
vccsa 1.1
cache 1.0
vccio 1.05
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