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I could, but it's much easier for people to just stay right where they are and click.
And what is that supposed to mean?
    
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post #2742 of 9343
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And what is that supposed to mean?
It means I like to be convenient for people. Instead of telling them to go find it in the original post, I just do what I did because it's way more convenient (and I think it's friendlier).

It's nothing against the original post at all. People still see those things on their own, but some don't. So for those who don't, I just serve it up like that.
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post #2743 of 9343
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Originally Posted by TwoCables View Post
It means I like to be convenient for people. Instead of telling them to go find it in the original post, I just do what I did because it's way more convenient (and I think it's friendlier).

It's nothing against the original post at all. People still see those things on their own, but some don't. So for those who don't, I just serve it up like that.
**Noted**
    
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post #2744 of 9343
Ah that's right, you are right two cables. For some reason I thought the ripsaw memory was CL5 but I was confused with some DDR2 stuff I bought last week, anyways I ordered it! I hope this goes better than my p5q pro turbo build.
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post #2745 of 9343
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Originally Posted by TwoCables View Post
I think you're in the wrong thread.

However that's not to say that you are not welcome here, but we all own ASUS P8P67 and P8Z68 series boards.



I could, but it's much easier for people to just stay right where they are and click.
I told ya im old cant even read where are my glasses... thats what happens when you hit the wrong tab.
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post #2746 of 9343
I think I'm gonna take this motherboard back and hopefully get an exchange. I was gonna go get the V-Pro but i don't think its worth like an extra 40 bucks+ tax. Shame I love this mobo I'll inform you what I'll end up with later
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post #2747 of 9343
you don't think overclocking machine to 3.9-4ghz would have anything to do with this failure? I ran some stress tests with IntelBurn... and then also after that I restarted it and wouldnt turn on from there too... >.<
post #2748 of 9343
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Originally Posted by SmellyMoot View Post
you don't think overclocking machine to 3.9-4ghz would have anything to do with this failure? I ran some stress tests with IntelBurn... and then also after that I restarted it and wouldnt turn on from there too... >.<
Please post all of your settings, and then we will begin diagnosing.

Yeah, I do mean all of them. If you take screenshots, then please open each one in Microsoft Paint and perform a "Save As" and save them in the .PNG format. This will significantly reduce their file size without sacrificing any of the image quality.

I need to see the following:
  1. All of Ai Tweaker (if you take screenshots, then you will need 3 of them to get all of Ai Tweaker)
  2. Ai Tweaker\\ DRAM Timing Control>
  3. Ai Tweaker\\ CPU Power Management>
  4. Advanced\\ CPU Configuration>

I need to know each setting.


Edit: I already know your system specifications, however it's still very important that you add them to your signature for everyone else by doing this:
  1. Click User CP on the black bar at the top of any page on here
  2. Click Edit System over on the left
  3. When you're finished, click Save Changes
  4. There's no save confirmation, so just trust it.

From this point forward, your specifications will be in your signature for every post you make as well as every post you've already made.
Edited by TwoCables - 8/4/11 at 1:06pm
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post #2749 of 9343
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Originally Posted by TwoCables View Post
Oh good.

I'm running on fumes right now, so the best advice I can contribute for now is to raise the multiplier (and only the multiplier) to your desired overclock. If it doesn't work, then it will need a little more core voltage.

My brain is about ready to pass out.


TwoCables I have now returned the board as asked to by the company that sold it me as they think its faulty as well.
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TwoCables I have now returned the board as asked to by the company that sold it me as they think its faulty as well.
Aw man.
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