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RMA:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Return_merchandise_authorizationWell if you don't have any warranty then my friend you're very unfortunate.CHEERS..
Your graphic card is broken, probably it has broken Video memory modules.You should RMA your card and get replacement.CHEERS..
Another Seasonic G Series rebrand, OMG there must have been over 10 rebranded G Series models so far. CHEERS..
The only thing that you haven't considered was the possibility that Deluxe is better board than Hero.IMHO Deluxe is better. CHEERS..
Tu sum it up Deluxe is a great board and on pair with any ROG model, 10k vs 5k capacitors won't make any difference for you because 5k would provide more than enough service time for many, many years.I had P8Z68-V PRO/Gen3 for three years, also it had 16 Phase design (12+4), it was a breeze for OC, very stable, pushed my 2500K to 5GHz on air (1.5V) for benches w/o problem and @ 4.7GHz for 24/7 usage (1.42V),later my 3770K was @ 4.5GHz (1.20V).CHEERS..
Check out this post, it has explanation in why you cannot push above 450MHz FSB on that board with C2Quad processor.Also it has OC template and stress testing methodology.http://www.overclock.net/t/773046/official-asus-p5q-pro-turbo-pro-turbo-owners-club-all-asus-p45-mobo-owners-welcome/2260#post_12705525CHEERS..
I had 3770K , batch 3231B369, it did 4.5GHz with 1.20V load and also it ran cool.In P95 never went above 75C , or 65C in games on air (NH-D14).CHEERS..
Yeah offset Vcore vas probably the issue.I even managed to get Vcore lower so now my BIOS setting is 1.285V (LLC High), and in OS it hovers in between 1.296 and 1.304V depending on load.Temp on the hottest core in IBT was 74C, 15 runs @ Very High.In BF4 and Crysis 3 cores don't even touch 60C.CHEERS..
Try these settings:RAM speed = 2400MhzRAM timings = whatever is your RAM rated at 2400MHz for exapmple 11-13-14-32 (set first four timings, rest leave on AUTO)set CPU ratio to 45x all coresVcore = whatever your CPU need for 4.5GHz, since you're are on water cooling keep the Vcore below 1.4VVTT = set to 1.16VVCCSA = 1.160V (if your RAM is unstable try max 1.20V)PLL = 1.80VPCH = 1.1VPCH 1.5V = 1.5VRAM voltage = whatever your RAM is rated for 2400MHz, for example 1.65VIn...
So I have managed to get stable at 125MHz BCLK ( I think that offset mode on Vcore was the issue so my system didn't want to POST). My settings: 125MHZ BCLK STRAP = AUTO RAM = 2333MHz CPU ratio = 35x (all cores) RAM timings = 10-12-12-31, 2T Voltages: CPU voltage = 1.295V (OS is 1.312V max) RAM = 1.665V (all channels) VTT = 1.16250V VCCSA = 1.160V PLL = 1.80625 PCH = 1.10625V PCH 1.5V = 1.50625V I have tested it with over 2h of P95 Large FFT (for BCLK/ IMC/ RAM...
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