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You don't have to do ANYTHING ... if you want them to work though, then ummm Yes you do rolleyes.gif ...

 

I know, I'm being a smartass sneaky.gif ... but the question was bad ... what is it you're trying to do or not to do ... that you're asking this ?

In some cases, it's actually better to only install the Controll drivers that you NEED to use, and DO NOT install the others as they will slow down Post/Boot times. smile.gif

 

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Quick question guys do i have to install the Marvell and JMicron drivers?


 

   
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Hello all I am new to the forum, but not overclocking. I am awaiting a few more parts for my new build which will include this mobo. It's been awhile so for the most part I've started from the ground up. Here are the parts I am waiting on (should be here in the next 2 days).

Rosewill Thor V2 Case
Intel I5 2500k
Asus Maximus IV Gene-Z/Gen3
8 gig (2x4) Corsair Vengeance C7 1600 mhz (Model CMZ8GX3M2X1600C7R)
NH-D14 2011 edition (pwm fans) ordered the kit for socket 1155/56
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Will be using some older raptors for music, pictures and other mass storage. Will order a Blu ray reader/writer when funds allow. Any input about this setup from those in the know would be helpful. I am planning on snipping the fins off the ram unless two sticks will fit without modification.
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You shouldn't have clearance issues with only 2 sticks of RAM ... usually it's only SLOT#1 that becomes a clearance issue ... see MY Pic below,
 

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I am planning on snipping the fins off the ram unless two sticks will fit without modification.


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At WORST ... with your case, you should be able to RAISE the FAN on the Noctua to CLEAR the RAM also ...

 


 

Otherwise everything looks pretty good for your build ... look forward to seeing some PICS thumb.gif

 

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NH-D14 2011 edition (pwm fans) ordered the kit for socket 1155/56


Does Noctua supply 4 pin PWM fans on the cooler kits now ?  headscratch.gif I gotta look into that maybe ...

 


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When reading the description of the SE 2011 unit I noticed it mentioned PWM fans. Having not played with computer building in awhile I thought the model was named for the year of release. When reading further after having ordered I realized that was for the socket. I contacted Noctua and they recommended the retention kit for 1155/1556. So if the description was accurate yes the SE2011 edition does have PWM fans. I should know very soon and I will report back.

via newegg description: DUAL NF-P14/NF-P12 PWM FAN SETUP
The NH-D14 sports a premium quality dual PWM fan setup consisting of Noctua’s award-winning NF-P12 (120mm) and NF-P14 (140mm) fans. Supporting fully automatic PWM speed control, the NH-D14 SE2011’s NF-P12 and NF-P14 fans use Noctua’s novel, custom designed NE-FD1 PWM IC that integrates Smooth Commutation Drive (SCD) technology. By providing smoother torque impulses, SCD suppresses PWM switching noises and thus make the fans quieter at lower speeds


Thats great news on the ram sinks. So the only concern I will likely have is to make sure to coat the fan brackets on the heat sink so they dont touch the video card ? I would have the system built tomorrow night, but the retention kit will not be here till Wednesday at the earliest. My old rig was a Core2duo2.4 OC to 3.6. Hoping for a similar bump if not over 4ghz this run.

By the way I feel the need to plug this case. I received the video card and case today. The Rosewill Thor V2 is a fantastic case. It's going to be a bit big for this board (understatement) but I wanted to somewhat future-proof that part of the build. The one i recieved has the usb 3.0 internal header as advertised. Apparently a recent change they have made as many complaints had been made... ignore them if your looking at this case.
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I changed out my 3 - Antec Case Fans and 2 - CoolerMaster CPU Cooler Fans CPU all with Cougar 120mm PWM fans for a quieter system. The 200mm Antec fan on the top is quiet nevertheless. I am using "Standard" for both CPU and Case in FAN Xpert. With less fan noise, this is what I get.....what do you think (Acceptable???). Also I was able to change the vcore from 1.300 to 1.285, don't know if I can go less. The images show a quick test, but it is stable for longer periods of time.

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So is this board good? I am thinking of getting one. Can anyone tell me if it is a solid buy for a i2600k build? Any of you wish you had more expansion slots??
Sent from my Galaxy Nexus

Amazing board, far superior to my Gigabyte that I returned for this. The only reason you would need more expansion slots would be if you were wanting dual GPU with a third card in the PCI-X4 slot (sound card). That would have to be all liquid cooled, but with dual GPU cards now, its not too much of a concern. Honestly, I wouldn't trade this board for the Maximus IV Extreme (w/e its called) unless I could sell that board and buy this one again and keep the rest of the money biggrin.gif The only thing to bother me on this board is the CPU Fan header can't do 3-pin controlling, but that was solved by the Noctua supplied speed adaptors thumb.gif I have a 2500K at 4.5GHz and its rock-solid. I had it on some cheap $30 Cooler Master heatsink before I went liquid and it performed pretty well, so a 2600K would probably be even better with a nicer heatsink (I wanted to make sure I had room with the side 200MM fan on my NZXT Vulcan).

If you have a particular question, feel free to PM me smile.gif
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Quick question guys do i have to install the Marvell and JMicron drivers?

Only install drivers you're using.
     
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Well looks like my mounting kit may not be here for a few days.. maybe Friday. All other parts should be here today if not delayed by bad weather. I am thinking of using the intel crapsink and running default. Get the system setup installed and running good for when the heatsink comes in. At that point, time to start overclocking. Any reason I shouldn't proceed in that fashion? The case has a ultra large cutout for installing aftermarket CPUs with the motherboard mounted. Thanks again for the help looking forward to reporting my results once this project is completed.
    
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I'm having error 34 issues as well frown.gif
After originally running into this issue, I actually returned/exchanged my first gene-z (for a gen3 model, which arrived today, but when I installed my i5-2500k and ram into the new board, I get the same error 34 with no video output.
I'm using the onboard HDI video, so no discrete graphics card, and I'm trying to boot with nothing more than CPU/cooler and one stick of RAM. I've tried several different sticks of memory in several different motherboard slots.
I've tried all of the troubleshooting steps listed in the ROG forums (clear CMOS, etc...)
At this point... I guess bad CPU? But when has anyone ever gotten a "bad" CPU? I'm past my 30 day return window for the CPU from Microcenter, but I guess I'll swing by tomorrow and see if they can help me out (or at least bench test the thing for me)
Does anyone have any other ideas? This is BEYOND frustrating. I've been waiting a month to get this build of the ground!


I just wanted to chime and say that I was able to get this up and running. I'm not sure if the replacement CPU was the fix, or the fact that I tried with a discrete video card, but either way I the new setup booted right up with no issues.

I was able to overclock my i5-2500k to 4.6ghz simply by enabling the auto overclock profile in the BIOS... so that was stupidly easy. I've overclocked AMD chips for several years, but manually overclocking SB chips seems like it's quite a bit more complicated... I have a sense that I could push my chip a little bit higher if I were to have a go at it manually, but I'm not sure it's worth the effort. 4.6ghz is a pretty nice overclock for expending literally <1 minute of time on it.
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I just wanted to chime and say that I was able to get this up and running. I'm not sure if the replacement CPU was the fix, or the fact that I tried with a discrete video card, but either way I the new setup booted right up with no issues.
I was able to overclock my i5-2500k to 4.6ghz simply by enabling the auto overclock profile in the BIOS... so that was stupidly easy. I've overclocked AMD chips for several years, but manually overclocking SB chips seems like it's quite a bit more complicated... I have a sense that I could push my chip a little bit higher if I were to have a go at it manually, but I'm not sure it's worth the effort. 4.6ghz is a pretty nice overclock for expending literally <1 minute of time on it.

Grats! yep..right easy!
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Am getting kinda frustrated with this board lately:

My 2500K is 12+ prime95 blend stable @ 4.8 GHz, 1.35v. Also stable with LinX_AVX, Memtest86+, basically every major stabililty test out there. I've tried with PLL Overvoltage enabled and disabled; this setting does not make a difference in Prime95 (or other programs) stability on this particular chip.

481352vprime95.png

However, even though the overclock is seemingly stable, I have issues recovering from sleep and booting up. Sometimes, the system will not recover from sleep. I know Intel has an issue with S3 sleep and PLL overvoltage enabled, but I do not have PLL OV enabled right now. In addition, the system sometimes will freeze while booting Windows and will require a fresh restart.

My specs are in sig. I have the latest BIOS on my Maximus IV GENE-Z.

Even though my system will pass 12+ hrs of Prime95 at 1.35V, I have also tried increasing LLC to 75%, giving my system a load VCore of 1.4V. And I've tried slightly bumping RAM and VCCIO voltages. Have tried disabling C3/C6 report. No dice. @ 4.8 GHz, this chip will pass every stability test you throw at it, but for some reason the board won't cold boot half the time without going into a boot loop and won't come out of S3 sleep half the time!


Any ideas as to why this is happening?
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