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post #3201 of 9343
Iv just got my self a p8z68v pro with a 2600k. I was hoping to use the mobo to output just audio to my amp to use the HD audio (DTS hd etc). However the only way i seem to get the comp to recognise the intel audio, is to set iGP as the boot display device instead of my PCI-express card.

So my question really is how can i have the intel graphics enabled, so i can use hd audio, but have my nvidia 570 as the primary boot display and device?
post #3202 of 9343
Hi everyone,
I have an ASUS P8Z68-V Pro and have attained a 4.5oc but am a little concerned about the VID value in Core Temp. Could you please have a look at my settings and advise if I need to change anything.
Much appreciated.
Cheers

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What is your concern regarding the VID? It looks like a normal VID to me.

Also, enable CPU Spread Spectrum.
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post #3204 of 9343
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What is your concern regarding the VID? It looks like a normal VID to me.

Also, enable CPU Spread Spectrum.
Oh, I was told by someone that my vid was a bit high, and what does CPU Spread Spectrum do?
Thanks for your help
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post #3205 of 9343
is 1.28vcore too much for 41x100....
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post #3206 of 9343
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Oh, I was told by someone that my vid was a bit high, and what does CPU Spread Spectrum do?
Thanks for your help
It minimizes/reduces EMI (Electromagnetic Interference). The only time it should be disabled is if you decide to start adjusting the BCLK.

Anyway, Core Temp shows my VID fluctuating between 1.3511V and 1.3611V.

Who told you that your VID is a bit high?
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post #3207 of 9343
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as i said, its 1 hdd, 3 partitions...
hdd is westerdigital 640 gb, 16mb buffer...
i didnt have these problems on p5q pro
I read that it was only 1 hdd hence me asking "what hdd"(singular) not "what hdds"(plural)

anyways, go to the WD site and download the Data Lifeguard Diagnostic test found here http://support.wdc.com/product/downl...&sid=3&lang=en Run that to confirm whether or not the drive is failing. You can have a bad hdd and have it still be working, just not like it should be. This will rule out the possibility of it being a bad hdd and then you can look elsewhere for the answer to your problem.
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I read that it was only 1 hdd hence me asking "what hdd"(singular) not "what hdds"(plural)

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honestly i even forgot about it... duuh...
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post #3209 of 9343
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It minimizes/reduces EMI (Electromagnetic Interference). The only time it should be disabled is if you decide to start adjusting the BCLK.

Anyway, Core Temp shows my VID fluctuating between 1.3511V and 1.3611V.

Who told you that your VID is a bit high?
See here: http://www.clunk.org.uk/forums/overc...nners-109.html

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post #3210 of 9343
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Oh him. I know who he is because I'm familiar with that guide.

He actually never said that your VID is too high. Actually, it looks to me like he barely even answered your question.

Like I said, Core Temp shows my VID fluctuating between 1.3511V and 1.3611V but yet everything is as smooth as butter over here. So, either we both have high VIDs, or he didn't understand what you're asking (I thought that it was very clear, but English is also the only language I speak). I mean, he did not tell you whether or not 1.3611V is considered to be low, average, high, or very high or whatever. He just said some generic stuff that even I didn't really understand. I mean, saying "VID is the stock voltage for the CPU, that shouldn't be very high at all." is not the same as saying "VID is the stock voltage for the CPU, and it shouldn't be as high as yours at all."

Although, he does point out the fact that lower VIDs don't always equate to easier overclocking (able to get a big overclock with a lower core voltage).
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