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Old March 13, 2012, 08:18 AM
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This part uses three ASM 1042s, and provides 6 USB 3.0 interfaces for the user.


From the large MOSFET radiation module, we can see a special design, leaving a larger space for radiation.


The radiation module of X79 chipset is mainly in silver black. With the hairline crack on the appearance, its texture is quite good..
It is linked with the MOSFET radiation module by a heat pipe, so that the hardware temperature could be balanced effectively.


BIOS adopts a UEFI interface and comes in plain color. BIOSTAR prioritized the practical application of the unit.


Page for CPU information and related technologies


O.N.E calibration page
The default value of the 3960X is adjusted from 100MHz to 125MHz, and the Hlst Clock is also slightly adjusted so as to achieve the frequency of 128.3MHz
The frequency multiplication of the CPU Ratio is adjusted to 37 and then the CPU C1E is turned off.


Four CPU VCore Modes, namely, SPEC Volgate/Auto/Offset Mode/Fixed Mode
CPU VCore Offset -0.200~+0.520V
CPU VCore Fixed 1.000~1.520V

There are four types of CPU VCore Modes, SPEC Volgate/Auto/Offset Mode/Fixed Mode
CPU VCore Offset -0.200~+0.520V
CPU VCore Fixed 1.000~1.520V


DDR3 parameter and frequency settings
Memory Multiplier is set at 18.67. By increasing the external frequency of the CPU, it will be close to DDR3 2400.



The upper side is the detailed DDR3 parameter setting options
The lower side is the voltage specification of the other parts. Except for CPU voltage, there are two other voltage options as follows.
DRAM Voltage 1.150~2.075V
Vcc SA 0.880V~1.820V



PC Health Status
The CPU temperature detected here is higher than the temperature felt from the air from the heat sink or that detected by the software installed in the OS.


There are two methods of overclocking for the LGA 2011 structure.
One is directly adjusting the CPU frequency multiplication and the DDR3 frequency, so that the CPU could reach 4.5~4.8GHz or higher.
Moreover, the DDR3 could also be adjusted as 1600/1866 or 2133/2400 according to its power.
The other method is more complicated. Overclocking is achieved by increasing the CPU frequency multiplication or testing the maximum limit of the DDR3 2400, which is helpful to those who pursue DDR3 limits.
For either method, if you are in the environment of DDR3 2133 or higher or you are using the increased external frequency of the CPU,
I suggest setting the Vcc SA voltage as 1.000~1.200V according to the CPU’s power so as to increase the stability.
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