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- Extreme League

700.02 MHz with ASUS Rampage Extreme at 700MHz

Ranking position

17th

WR Rank:

17th out of 2562

17th

Global rank:

17th out of 2562

3rd

Rampage Extreme rank:

Cup Bronze 3rd out of 119

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Recent Comments

Italy GRIFF says:

Another one of E8500 better than two previous. Cascade repaired 1 week ago and this is first verification with real load.

Italy ale belo says:

Awesome job mate! Congrats

United States AutisticChris says:

Amazing job!

Australia unityofsaints says:

Wooooooooow!

Dry_Ice777 says:

Amazing! Some BIOS settings for mere mortals? ^^

Kazakhstan TerraRaptor says:

So you are in >700FSB club?) No jokes, great achievement. What was your air limit?

superpatodonaldo says:

great

United Kingdom GeorgeStorm says:

Epic work!

United States GtiJason says:

One of 2 REX's to do 700+ ! Killer job Griff

Belarus max1024 says:

Welcome to 700Mhz Club :) Bravo GRIFF !!!

Italy GRIFF says:

Thank you guys. With this cpu on Cascade and NB on air I haven't tried. I will try in the coming days. Impression that I am limited by the CPU. In my opinion the lack of over 700 results due to the cost and rarity of these boards. I have 3 other non-functioning ones. Two of which have SB dead. Let's see how they will go up once they are repaired. I wanted to say thanks to Tapakah, he sold me this card because he didn't go over 600 of fsb. The problem was the lack of compound between the NB and the heat sink.

Serbia d0minat0r says:

Well done! What temps on CPU PWM without heatsink?

Hungary Alpi says:

Very nice work ! Grats !

Italy GRIFF says:

On 4/18/2019 at 11:48 AM, d0minat0r said:

Well done! What temps on CPU PWM without heatsink?

-15   -25 on bios 

Belgium leeghoofd says:

amazing, still love this platform

United States GtiJason says:

On 4/18/2019 at 4:18 AM, GRIFF said:

Thank you guys. With this cpu on Cascade and NB on air I haven't tried. I will try in the coming days. Impression that I am limited by the CPU. In my opinion the lack of over 700 results due to the cost and rarity of these boards. I have 3 other non-functioning ones. Two of which have SB dead. Let's see how they will go up once they are repaired. I wanted to say thanks to Tapakah, he sold me this card because he didn't go over 600 of fsb. The problem was the lack of compound between the NB and the heat sink.

So just like my NIB board I bought from L0ud. Here is the factory paste job

 

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United Kingdom Noxinite says:

Crazy! How did I miss this...

Italy GRIFF says:

You solve this problem with 1mm copper plate between NB and heat think or use this board with custom NB cooler.

Italy GRIFF says:

since these boards have problems with SB (they fail without warning and reasons) I suggest putting a small heat sink on the SB too.

United Kingdom Noxinite says:

14 minutes ago, GRIFF said:

since these boards have problems with SB (they fail without warning and reasons) I suggest putting a small heat sink on the SB too.

Interesting. Symptoms of SB death?

Italy GRIFF says:

First case: - data lines of the usb ports or a usb port only in short or almost, normal resistance must be on the 1-10Mohm

Italy GRIFF says:

Second case: -- heating, even minimal, of the SB from the card off, power supply connected to the 220V.  It heats up because the internal circuit of the SB supplied with 5Vsb voltage has low or short resistance. Normally in this case the card does not switch on.

Germany ground1556 says:

The second case also helps identify dead chipsets on modern platforms. If they burn your fingers after trying to turn the system on a couple times they are likely dead.

Italy GRIFF says:

Third case: - SB overheating from the card on.  It normally warms up so much that you can't hold your finger over it. 

Italy GRIFF says:

Symptoms preliminary to death: difficulty or inability to detect USB and HDD devices at startup.

Italy GRIFF says:

3 minutes ago, ground1556 said:

chipsets

Yes. It called HUB. 

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