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Try to use AiSuite II and look in 'Monitor' at what clock frequencies each core use under load
    
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Try to use AiSuite II and look in 'Monitor' at what clock frequencies each core use under load
I dont have it installed. Ill install it now.

EDIT: Installed now. Each core is running at the full 100.0 x 46 (4.6ghz) and is at 100% load.
Edited by orlywutlol - 7/30/11 at 6:21pm
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I dont have it installed. Ill install it now.

EDIT: Installed now. Each core is running at the full 100.0 x 46 (4.6ghz) and is at 100% load.
Then I don't understand how you could fail at a higher load Vcore using LLC at Ultra High...

Edit: What bios are you on? I'm at 1850 Beta
Edited by turrican9 - 7/30/11 at 6:42pm
    
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Then I don't understand how you could fail at a higher load Vcore using LLC at Ultra High...

Edit: What bios are you on? I'm at 1850 Beta
I dont understand either. I just recently updated to the 1850 Beta.
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i bought a p8z68 v non pro version mobo. still unopened because im still trying to decide if its the right board? should i return it and get the pro? owners of p8z68 v i wanna know whats your experiences and opinions on the mobo
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i bought a p8z68 v non pro version mobo. still unopened because im still trying to decide if its the right board? should i return it and get the pro? owners of p8z68 v i wanna know whats your experiences and opinions on the mobo


Only difference is the sata ports and Audio, apart from that it's pretty identical.
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Only difference is the sata ports and Audio, apart from that it's pretty identical.
thanks for the chart. anyways, i've been hearing reviews that it doesn't support raid? because i need raid for my HDD's and am not quite yet ready for a SSD
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This ram would be perfect for your board and low timings too. Extra bonus, it's on sale! http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231445
I payed $100 for that ram back in late march, and it was $20 off BTW, timings don't make much of a difference in benchmarks, and have nearly zero real world performance benefit(for SB anyways). I recently learned this AnandTech.
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Thanks i will get that ram but not from Newegg since i live in Spain.

The site from where im getting the MB have price diffrence of just 12 euros between Asus P8P67 and Asus P8Z68-V. So i should get P8Z68-V anyway? Because its have integrated graphics card and can be helpfull in case the main card stopped working. Does it have any other advantge?

thanks
Before you get any RAM for Sandy Bridge, i highly recommend giving this review a good read. You will see that low timings aren't worth extra money, and that 1600MHz is the best price/performance. But if you want a performance boost(quite small), then get 1866MHz, or 2133MHz RAM.

For the motherboard ask yourself this: Do i need/want those extra features? I personally would buy the Z68 Pro over my P67 Pro(but it wasn't out when i bought mine) for the Lucid Virtu, and integrated graphics. None are really needed for me, but the Lucid Virtu does give a slight performance boost(not sure if its worth the money) and i can still use my CPU's intregrated graphics when i don't have a discrete GPU(e.g. just sold GPU and waiting for new one to arrive, or RMA). Also, the Z68 has SSD caching which may or may not make a difference for you. It wouldn't help me because i don't have an SSD, and ill be buying one that is 240GB when it costs ~$300.
Edited by nawon72 - 7/31/11 at 6:27am
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I payed $100 for that ram back in late march, and it was $20 off BTW, timings don't make much of a difference in benchmarks, and have nearly zero real world performance benefit(for SB anyways). I recently learned this AnandTech.

Before you get any RAM for Sandy Bridge, i highly recommend giving this review a good read. You will see that low timings aren't worth extra money, and that 1600MHz is the best price/performance. But if you want a performance boost(quite small), then get 1866MHz, or 2133MHz RAM.

For the motherboard ask yourself this: Do i need/want those extra features? I personally would buy the Z68 Pro over my P67 Pro(but it wasn't out when i bought mine) for the Lucid Virtu, extra phases, and integrated graphics. None are really needed for me, but the Lucid Virtu does give a slight performance boost(not sure if its worth the money) and i can still use my CPU's intregrated graphics when i don't have a discrete GPU(e.g. just sold GPU and waiting for new one to arrive, or RMA). Also, the Z68 has SSD caching which may or may not make a difference for you. It wouldn't help me because i don't have an SSD, and ill be buying one that is 240GB when it costs ~$300.
Diffrence between Asus P8Z68-V and Asus P8Z68-V PRO is 15 euros from where im buying. Now i think integrated graphics chip is nice features just in case your main card stopped working or you want to replace it.

I also got SSD 60gb for my OS. So which version should i chose? Pro o normal?

thanks
Edited by shanbcn - 7/31/11 at 5:43am
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