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Old 07-01-2016, 07:46 PM   #46
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Re: Asus rog rampage v edition 10

Some benchmarks with same OC as last X99 Deluxe.
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Old 07-02-2016, 09:27 AM   #47
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Re: Asus rog rampage v edition 10

Well I had a powerful good scare last night. I had my wifes Anker Astro battery pack plugged into the front panel USB 3.0 port to charge for the weekend. After I turned off my PC and then rebooted nothing happened. I had no front panel lights to the power buttons. I could not get my PC to come on for anything and there was this 1300mAh battery sitting there still plugged in a fully charged. I was beginning to realize I probably shouldn't have been using my PC to charge such a powerful battery and it back-fed into the system when I powered down.

The only thing keeping me from pooping in my pants was I had mobo LED's still but all else was dead. No fans at all including the power supply fan and no beeps or signs of life. I started pulling the AC plug and switching my mobo buttons to start it. Nothing would start it and I thought I was in trouble because all that was left to do was to reflash but the mobo was dead and wouldn't reflash anyway. The only other options I had left to do and I didn't have much faith in was to remove all the power plugs from the mobo or to remove the CMOS battery. After removing all the power plugs and then reattaching them my mobo came to life.

This morning I remembered a fellow was having trouble here with his new mobo locking up so maybe this is what I experienced as well but I know one thing I am not going to plug the Anker into my PC anymore.
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Old 07-02-2016, 11:03 AM   #48
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Re: Asus rog rampage v edition 10

New sigpic, only temporary until I get a better one (as usual).

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Old 07-02-2016, 11:44 AM   #49
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Re: Asus rog rampage v edition 10

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New sigpic, only temporary until I get a better one (as usual).

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Looks good, love the leds!
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Old 07-02-2016, 12:12 PM   #50
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Old 07-02-2016, 02:07 PM   #51
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Re: Asus rog rampage v edition 10

Thanks guys, I sorta liked the purple shot before this one but it was with the side panel open. This one has it closed. Very cool case with the large tinted side panel. I have a couple of other mods to do I believe.
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Old 07-02-2016, 04:46 PM   #52
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Re: Asus rog rampage v edition 10

New BIOS.

Beta Version 0801

Description: RAMPAGE V EDITION 10 BIOS 0801
Improve system stability.
File Size: 7.29 MBytes
Update: 2016/06/30

I bet ASUS putting a beta BIOS up here is to fix the hard start issue. I am not going to download and install a beta even though they are all really beta lol.
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Re: Asus ROG RAMPAGE V EDITION 10

Whats the hard start problem Sandog?
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Re: Asus ROG RAMPAGE V EDITION 10

Ahh the mobo plays dead I guess. I have had it happen twice now. The BIOS is very green at this point. I am hoping lots buy this board so ASUS has a commitment to provide good support.

I have a few minor case mods going on. I am waiting on the Gelid fan to appear.

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I am going to add some decor to my Corsair radiator.

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I may take out my two internal 120mm radiator fans.
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Re: Asus rog rampage v edition 10

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Some benchmarks with same OC as last X99 Deluxe.
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Your welcome! I wasn't looking to get more performance from the new mobo over the Deluxe and RVE. I have already found my sweet spot for my i7-5930K and memory is what it is. I run at XMP and the rest of the memory settings are Auto. I run Uncore at 3.5GHz. I could go to 4.5GHz but it knocks system power consumption up 50W.
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Well I spent some time tweaking last night. I got started with looking at Turbo V. It lets you set all your BIOS CPU settings manually in Windows and eliminates AI Suite to tune your CPU.

I have not installed Turbo V yet but I plan on checking it out later. It can create profiles that you save and reload which is cool. You can change your CPU settings from within Windows instead of going into BIOS to do it.

I did install AI Suite. It is pretty cool.

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I did the Extreme Tuning and other than default I also enable the memory stress test while it is running as well as the CPU Advanced Vector Extensions. I also boost each test from a 15sec run to a 30sec run. I want to make sure my OC holds.

The test begins with all 6 cores at 4.1GHz then it does per core with the first 3 cores at 4.2GHz and the last 3 at 4.1GHz. Then all cores at 4.2GHz, then the first 3 cores at 4.3GHz and the last 3 stay at 4.2GHz and it goes on like this until you fail.

I pass all the way up to 4.5GHz on the first 3 cores and 4.4GHz on the last 3. I backed off 1 step to give me more leeway so I am running at 4.4GHz on first 3 cores and 4.3GHz on the rest.

I installed AI Suite to run this test on my new mobo and see what the max was. I wanted to determine the max because once you know that you can then set your Uncore frequency. I ran AIDA64 and saw my cores run mostly at the top 4.4GHz. This test stresses all 12 cores though and sometimes all will drop to 4.3GHz. During load of 2-3 cores with a game for example I am sure I would run at 4.4GHz. Uncore should not be set higher than your max CPU clock so in my case I chose 4.3GHz since I should not drop below that CPU frequency under load.

With Uncore, I set the max to 4.3GHz but I left the minimum to Auto. This allows Uncore to downshift just like the CPU but under load it boost to the 4.3GHz. If you leave the Uncore maximum setting in Auto it will only reach 3.0GHz.

So in a nutshell, before I had all 6 cores maxed at 4.3GHz. Now I have the first 3 maxed to 4.4GHz and the last 3 maxed to 4.3GHz. Before I had the min/max Uncore set to 3.5GHz. Now I have the min set to Auto and the Max set to 4.3GHz.

I get good power efficiency on the desktop and can bring the wood when needed. I needed to do this test since I have a new mobo and now a new Windows install. But what also made me interested in doing it is I have decided to keep my Intel i7-5930K processor. I have read reviews (Anandtech is the best) on the new Broadwell-E processors and I have never in my life seen such an indifference in performance between the previous CPU. Test show barely a 1-3% difference in performance and what is more strange is there is little power savings and little OC headroom over the Haswell-E CPU's. I was expecting an easy 200MHz OC better but it is not even there. I can't see why Intel is charging so much either for the i7-6800K and i7-6850K.

The Intel Broadwell-E Review: Core i7-6950X, i7-6900K, i7-6850K and i7-6800K Tested
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Yeah that isn't very much difference from what you have now? Check out the reviews of the 1080 Strix not good for such a few cards being out...lots of 1 stars...probably user errors?
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Yeah that isn't very much difference from what you have now? Check out the reviews of the 1080 Strix not good for such a few cards being out...lots of 1 stars...probably user errors?
Yeah, the 5930K is a good processor. With performance and power being very similar I rather have the 5930K because the die size it is on is very mature.

I believe there is one game where AMD still beats NVidia's 1080. I did not find the performance in game benchmarks very appealing. I don't know why we first heard of 40-50% faster than the 980 Ti. The idea behind the new card is less cores and more speed and I don't think that works across the board.

I did not upgrade for performance on the GTX 1070. I would not have upgraded for performance on the GTX 1080 either because there is not much difference. For the price of the 1080 it would have to have a lot more performance.
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Well guys, I was not going to go to the Broadwell-E but the other night I found it for only $499 and MicroCenter. I thought what a deal and went to see what I could get for my old CPU online. Well as soon as my processor was auctioned it sold and now I am committed to buying the i7-6850K. I could not find Sir Skully in time and had to buy it at close to full price. ($601.00). I still don't understand why this die shrink is so expensive.
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