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    Both motherboards are good overclockers. It's just that the Rampage V Extreme is more oriented to extreme overclocking crowd. With the Rampage V Extreme, you get a few more options when overclocking and a lot of extra features like the Retry button or the OC Panel, etc...

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    Ok thank you Chino
    Last edited by class101; 09-25-2014 at 04:40 PM.

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    Proper VCCIN voltage is dependant on several settings such as CPU speed and voltage, cache speed and voltage and to a lesser extent SA and IO voltages. Though DRAM voltage is external to the processor the amount of installed ram, speed and timings can also have an influence on the needed VCCIN voltage because of loading.

    The following is assuming active cooling across the VRM section of the motherboard. Set VCCIN to 1.90V and LLC to Level 8. Make the necessary adjustments for stability at your desired CPU, cache and memory speeds and timings. Once stability is found slightly lower VCORE and increase VCCIN in 0.010V steps. If still stable continue lowering VCORE, raising VCCIN and testing for stability until VCORE cannot be lowered any further while remaining stable or 1.95V VCCIN is reached.

    If increasing VCCIN from 1.90V does not allow a lower VCORE VCCIN may already be higher than needed. Lower VCCIN in 0.010V steps while testing for stability. Once instability is reached increase VCCIN at least 0.010V.

    Setting LLC to Level 8 pretty much locks the VCCIN voltage to the same value regardless of load. There is at times an approximate 0.020V droop but the droop and recovery happens quick enough that it is likely not to be seen by software. If the VCCIN voltage is at a low enough value LLC levels from 5 to 7 can be used. The lower the LLC level is the more voltage droop will increase. Moving from LLC Level 8 to a lower setting will require increasing the VCCIN voltage. Keep in mind that droop is a good thing as it helps guard against overshoot during loading. But the amount of droop needs to be balanced against the required set VCCIN voltage.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Praz View Post
    Proper VCCIN voltage is dependant on several settings such as CPU speed and voltage, cache speed and voltage and to a lesser extent SA and IO voltages. Though DRAM voltage is external to the processor the amount of installed ram, speed and timings can also have an influence on the needed VCCIN voltage because of loading.

    The following is assuming active cooling across the VRM section of the motherboard. Set VCCIN to 1.90V and LLC to Level 8. Make the necessary adjustments for stability at your desired CPU, cache and memory speeds and timings. Once stability is found slightly lower VCORE and increase VCCIN in 0.010V steps. If stability returns continue lowering VCORE, raising VCCIN and testing for stability until VCORE cannot be lowered any further while remaining stable or 1.95V VCCIN is reached.

    If increasing VCCIN from 1.90V does not allow a lower VCORE VCCIN may already be higher than needed. Lower VCCIN in 0.010V steps while testing for stability. Once instability is reached increase VCCIN at least 0.010V.

    Setting LLC to Level 8 pretty much locks the VCCIN voltage to the same value regardless of load. There is at times an approximate 0.020V droop but the droop and recovery happens quick enough that it is likely not to be seen by software. If the VCCIN voltage is at a low enough value LLC levels from 5 to 7 can be used. The lower the LLC level is the more voltage droop will increase. Moving from LLC Level 8 to a lower setting will require increasing the VCCIN voltage. Keep in mind that droop is a good thing as it helps guard against overshoot during loading. But the amount of droop needs to be balanced against the required set VCCIN voltage.
    Thanks PRAZ for that info, things like that and well explain is what we need in this forum and have them post @ the sticky section for other to find easy. I just have you add it to my MENTOR's list, beside VIZ also, that I haven't seen him around also Blade. But some one need to make a good and well explain guide about OC this board like for my self I'm new in this type of board, and as my signature stay look for a good MENTOR, thx PRAZ.
    "I'm not an OCer just looking a good MENTOR". UyqtCojoXecQlo.".

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    Hello

    You're welcome Veterant. Raja will most likely be doing some of his excellent guides when time permits. He has been really covered up with other things. And sorry for not getting back to your previous question. I am still active with OCZ.

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    Hey guy off the topic what happens to the person @ OCZ forum Revogirl, I know she pass away, but how it happens guy.
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    From the front page version of this guide

    http://rog.asus.com/365052014/overcl...x-5930k-5820k/

    Spot anything wrong?

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    You'll have to tell Rich that's his pic, not mine. I only provided the text

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    Hello

    I've been testing 2800MHz memory speed using the 100 strap. The R5E is fully capable of using this divider with the 100 strap but it should not be expected to be plug n' play. DRAM, VCCSA, cache and CPU voltages will most likely need to be adjusted with most systems. Also adjusting one voltage may result in one or more of the other voltages no longer being at an optimal value. So expect a lot of bouncing back and forth between the various voltages.The capability of the IMC will also play a part in this. But once everything is dialed in 2800MHz is possible even with tightened timings as shown below. For the amount of work involved I suggest staying with the 125 strap. The only real difference will be needing to use offset voltage for the CPU instead of adaptive which should not be a deal breaker for most.


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    Put your system back to default clocks. Then run Realbench 2.2 again. If you can finish it, then your BSOD was caused by an unstable overclock. If you get BSOD like before., then it points to a software or installation problem.

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