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Yes you can ... welcome thumb.gif
 

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Hi all can i join smile.gif 99364941.th.jpg Uploaded with ImageShack.us  http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2198452


Recently added to the owners List (for January as of 1/15/2012) ...

 

- Moneo

- Conwa

- b0z0

- saint19

- groomdedz

- VulgarDisplay88

- seithan

- TheJesus

- n1cK5677

- wumpus

- Matt406regal

- black snow {Still need CPU-Z and/or PIC's} COMPLETED

- djgizmo

- antipesto93

- batlecryawesome

- ghasmanjr
- ISON

- amkhz

- scorpiontsi

 

Welcome ALL of you  thumb.gif to the Largest & Fastest growing MoBo Owners Club on OCN, now at 182 members strong.

 

(If you think I missed adding your name please PM me)

 

NEW GENE-Z Owner ? want to be listed as an OWNER ? please provide proof.gif by posting your CPU-Z &/or PHOTO proof of ownership, to be added to the owner club. THANK YOU.


Edited by LA_Kings_Fan - 1/15/12 at 4:14pm
   
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Hey guys i have a quick question for you all,

Will a Z77 mobo offer better features with ivy bridge than this?

Umm, I haven't seen anything on ivy bridge boards that isn't on Z68 with gen 3 support.

The only reason would be native support for everything in the new chips. USB 3.0 is native to ivy chipsets instead of needing an extra controller on the board. There aren't pci slots on z77 natively as a heads up.

Up to you, just no real reason to wait for a Z77 board in my opinion.

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Z68 versus Z77:
The good:
Core i7 2600 on Z68 versus equivalent Core i7 3770 on Z77 gives roughly a 15% boost in performance
Drop from 95 watts to 77 watts is a nice, appreciated move in the right direction, especially always-on systems, like home servers
Building in the USB 3.0 chipset, a good thing, finally, standardized performance expectations and drivers (I’ve found ASMedia always outperform NEC, for example)

The bad:
Much like the Z68 Intel SATA ports can’t be set to passthrough to VMs on the Z68, it’s seems quite possible that Ivy Bridge also won’t allow passthrough of just some USB 3.0 ports to work
Performance boost of ~15% is not enough to make me regret going with Sandy Bridge (Z68) chipsets and the 2600k/2600 for 2 of my system upgrades earlier this year:  gZilla for gaming, vZilla for virtualization/backup system
Despite some X79 boards having 8 DIMMs, Ivy Bridge might only have 4 DIMM slots
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Originally Posted by ChesterCat View Post

Z68 versus Z77:
The good:
Core i7 2600 on Z68 versus equivalent Core i7 3770 on Z77 gives roughly a 15% boost in performance
Drop from 95 watts to 77 watts is a nice, appreciated move in the right direction, especially always-on systems, like home servers
Building in the USB 3.0 chipset, a good thing, finally, standardized performance expectations and drivers (I’ve found ASMedia always outperform NEC, for example)

The bad:
Much like the Z68 Intel SATA ports can’t be set to passthrough to VMs on the Z68, it’s seems quite possible that Ivy Bridge also won’t allow passthrough of just some USB 3.0 ports to work
Performance boost of ~15% is not enough to make me regret going with Sandy Bridge (Z68) chipsets and the 2600k/2600 for 2 of my system upgrades earlier this year:  gZilla for gaming, vZilla for virtualization/backup system
Despite some X79 boards having 8 DIMMs, Ivy Bridge might only have 4 DIMM slots

It sounded like he wanted board features compared, you did some processor comparison tongue.gif

The ivy bridge processors will probably be phenomenal and at this point it's probably best to just wait for them.

The only reason the X79 boards has 8 slots was because it used quad channel memory, I don't believe ivy has that (should be dual like sandy). Not any real world performance gains for the majority of users.

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Is Z77 compatible with sandy brige? because I have a 2500k but no motherboard yet, but I was planning to get the MAXIMUS IV gen Z.
Edited by iama842 - 1/14/12 at 2:49pm
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I am back again ... Fixed and once again overclocked. If anyone else has some serious bios issues like I did unhook all sata connections and try booting. That seemed to finally do the trick for me. Will be working on my overclock for awhile right now at 4.5 using offset. Going to try to work towards that 5ghz number.
    
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This is my first (light) overclock project.
Why do i have the feeling im doing something wrong here?

I got a stable OC @ 4.3GHz with my 2500K and Coolermaster HP212+ on 1.240 V.
VCore Load-line Calibration @ 25% and VCore Phase Control to Optimized
CPU voltage in offset mode with minus alot and i havent had a BSOD ever.
I will try to go lower with the voltage, but im wondering if my idle voltage can be lower then this (0.928V)..

When i do some research i find alot of OC's with much higher voltage @ 4.2/4.3GHz
Am i wrong or is my cpu and MB just awsome!?

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Edited by conwa - 1/15/12 at 9:49am
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Evem with the hiccups I have had I think this boards fantastic. Running 45ratio with -.015 in offset ratio right now and when idle i show .922 volts. so your probably fine. When the multiplier kicks in my my vcore goes to 1.352 wich seems a bit high for a 4.5ghz overclock but my temps with the NH-D14 are peaking under 60C. So think I have a bit more headroom with this 2500k. Not sure how low the core can go and remain stable might be mentioned in Raja's guide on Asus forums.
    
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Originally Posted by conwa View Post

This is my first (light) overclock project.
Why do i have the feeling im doing something wrong here?
I got a stable OC @ 4.3GHz with my 2500K and Coolermaster HP212+ on 1.240 V.
VCore Load-line Calibration @ 25% and VCore Phase Control to Optimized
CPU voltage in offset mode with minus alot and i havent had a BSOD ever.
I will try to go lower with the voltage, but im wondering if my idle voltage can be lower then this (0.928V)..
When i do some research i find alot of OC's with much higher voltage @ 4.2/4.3GHz
Am i wrong or is my cpu and MB just awsome!?
338

Every chip is different.

Another reason is some people get a stable overclock and stick with it (such as me) and don't bother continuing to try and lower the voltage. Your clock seems pretty solid thumb.gif
     
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