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I have a external WD hard drive plug in and it takes forever to boot up. I've notice when I detect it the the mother board boots up much faster and doesnt have that 10 sec bios screen. is there any way to fix this?

thanks.
When it's connected, does it show up anywhere in the Boot tab in the UEFI?
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Originally Posted by Infinite Jest View Post

I've currently switched back to all defaults (pretty much everything auto except the BLCK at 100.0 and Core at x43, as well as a VRM freq. of 350) and have a rock solid 4.3Ghz.
Do you need VRM @ 350
I'm currently at 4.2GHz at Stock settings, so far no problems.
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My pc successfully ran Prime95 for 24 hours. I was wondering if it is safe to enable Intel Virtualization Technology now. It was disabled during my tuning phase. The system is at 4.5 GHz with an offset core (1.320 peak) voltage and all CPU C states set to "auto". I plan on running Linux in VMware. I would assume I can safely tick that option to “enabled.”




Note that those temps were during a major heat wave with 100 degrees Fahrenheit+ temperatures outdoors (room was without ac and probably in the upper 80s).

Notable settings:
Internal PLL Overvoltage = Disabled
Load-Line Calibration = High
Phase Control = Extreme
Offset Mode Sign = -
CPU Offset Voltage = 0.005

Edit: This is not in relation to my sig rig. It will be listed under my systems.
Edited by Duknov007 - 9/14/11 at 6:50pm
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post #3614 of 9344
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Well, I'm no expert with tools, but hopefully I'll be able to straighten it. I really don't want to have to send the board back to newegg and wait for them to process it and send me another. As long as the pin doesn't break when I try, I guess I should be OK.
Yeah, it did not go well....it was beyond repair before I even tried this evening.

Apparently I should have just gone to bed last night when I first found the problem instead of trying to straighten it with a tool that was not designed for the job and then trying to plug it back in. Because when I went in tonight, it was beyond repair ... ie. broken off.

So I guess I'm going to try my luck with a Newegg RMA.
    
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I have a external WD hard drive plug in and it takes forever to boot up. I've notice when I detect it the the mother board boots up much faster and doesnt have that 10 sec bios screen. is there any way to fix this?

thanks.
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Yeah, it did not go well....it was beyond repair before I even tried this evening.

Apparently I should have just gone to bed last night when I first found the problem instead of trying to straighten it with a tool that was not designed for the job and then trying to plug it back in. Because when I went in tonight, it was beyond repair ... ie. broken off.

So I guess I'm going to try my luck with a Newegg RMA.
I ended up with a bent pin in my pcie 16x2 slot (the very last pin by its lonesome) when I was reseating my gpus. I fought with that sucker for 2 hours with a dental pick, a bent safety pin, and a sewing needle. In the end I got it to work again. Problem was, with the bent pin, the OS wasn't recognizing the GPU in the second slot. I would see fan speeds, but nothing else. Was wierd. After swapping stuff around and ruling out everything but the mobo being physically altered somehow, I noticed the pin. I'm glad I didn't have to RMA. Sorry to hear the bad luck with the usb pin. Those pins are far less flexible, for sure. Sucks to have to pull the mobo out and put everything back together again. Everytime I have to do it and I'm not upgrading something, my blood starts to boil. :/
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Hello I would like to join this club have I have asus z68 v pro Thanks
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I don't know if this has been brought up already... so forgive my ignorance. My bios is showing my cpu temp at 30c... asus suite II is showing it also at 30c.... core temp is showing 38c and realtemp also at 38c...

bios = 30c
asus suite II = 30c
coretemp = 38c
realtemp = 38c

ummmm.... which one should i consider accurate because im confused as hell...lol

The weird thing is i recently switched cpu coolers from cooler master n520 to corsair h80 and they both have the same idle temps on REALTEMP AND CORETEMP but under load the h80 is 10 degrees cooler...

p.s. can i join!?!

If i'm reading this correctly from the CORE TEMP website, it might not show temps lower than 30-40 degrees.?.?

Quote:
This is how the program works:

Intel defines a certain Tjunction temperature for the processor. This value is usually in the range between 85°C and 105°C. In the later generation of processors, starting with Nehalem, the exact Tjunction Max value is available for software to read in an MSR (short for Model Specific Register).
A different MSR contains the temperature data. The data is represented as a Delta in °C between current temperature and Tjunction.

So the actual temperature is calculated like this 'Core Temp = Tjunction - Delta'

The size of the data field is 7 bits. This means a Delta of 0 - 127°C can be reported in theory. In fact the reported temperature can rarely go below 0°C and in some cases (Core 2 - 45nm series) temperatures below 30° or even 40°C are not reported.
http://www.alcpu.com/CoreTemp/howitworks.html



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Hi,

I got my I7 2600K overclocked to 5.00GHz, (50x100) however core voltage is going up to 1.610V and with load tester and 8 threads temperatures are up to 81°, memory is at 1.2V.

Some advise please ?

hmar
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Hi,

I got my I7 2600K overclocked to 5.00GHz, (50x100) however core voltage is going up to 1.610V and with load tester and 8 threads temperatures are up to 81°, memory is at 1.2V.

Some advise please ?

hmar
1.6v ??? holy cow!! its gonna blow up!!! start lowering you vcore to ..1.37 ..start from there..see how it goes.
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