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post #3831 of 9343
Is there any benefit from flashing to bios ver. 0706 for P8Z68 Deluxe ? I do not have any compatibility problems right now. At least I did not recognize any.
And even if there is no benefit.....has anyone tested it with overclocked settings ? Would it hurt to install it ?
     
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First of all Munaim thanks for the recommendation on the mobo + cpu combo, it was a blast!

And sorry to hear yours fried biggrin.gif

Kinda happy, kinda disappointed.

I had a very ez time ocing the 2500k with this mobo. I had 5 ghz stable at vcore 1.44, life was good.

Then I plugged in new harddrives, or maybe it was the 150th BSOD as i pushed it further, but windows crapped out on me, and so did the harddrives. I couldn't reload windows for the life of me, but in the end It turned out I needed to reflash the BIOS, and update it.

Funny thing is with the most updated, most "stable" bios version. My 5.0 oc wasn't stable anymore.

Long story short, I'm happy because I currently have a solid OC of 4.8 ghz, at 1.36 vcore with temperatures <25 idle, and <60 full load.

Hour prime95, 20 inter burn test, running clean and cool. I think that for 24/7 I would rather keep my temps, and voltages like this, rather than the 4.950 ghz i recently had at 1.48 or so, at temps 70-75 tops.

Am I a wuss :?! I mean come on, ~60! I have 12 more degrees to burn

Really it also comes down to me wanting to actually use the computer, ahah.

I'm tired of having minor oc stability problems.
Edited by Zeromark - 10/1/11 at 12:55am
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Existing boards will be getting new UEFI updates with IB support. At least that will force them to upload something newer than 1850 beta. 3 months for a beta is just too much.
post #3834 of 9343
Quote:
Originally Posted by Zeromark;15134494 
First of all Munaim thanks for the recommendation on the mobo + cpu combo, it was a blast!

And sorry to hear yours fried biggrin.gif

Kinda happy, kinda disappointed.

I had a very ez time ocing the 2500k with this mobo. I had 5 ghz stable at vcore 1.44, life was good.

Then I plugged in new harddrives, or maybe it was the 150th BSOD as i pushed it further, but windows crapped out on me, and so did the harddrives. I couldn't reload windows for the life of me, but in the end It turned out I needed to reflash the BIOS, and update it.

Funny thing is with the most updated, most "stable" bios version. My 5.0 oc wasn't stable anymore.

Long story short, I'm happy because I currently have a solid OC of 4.8 ghz, at 1.36 vcore with temperatures <25 idle, and <60 full load.

Hour prime95, 20 inter burn test, running clean and cool. I think that for 24/7 I would rather keep my temps, and voltages like this, rather than the 4.950 ghz i recently had at 1.48 or so, at temps 70-75 tops.

Am I a wuss :?! I mean come on, ~60! I have 12 more degrees to burn

Really it also comes down to me wanting to actually use the computer, ahah.

I'm tired of having minor oc stability problems.
12 more degrees? You actually have 38 degrees to go before you reach the actual maximum safe core temperature (before it throttles itself down or turns itself off). 72 is just the tCase (it's 72.6), and the tCase is not the core temp. The tCase is measured on the outside of the finished CPU, right on the top on the same spot where we apply thermal paste.

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Hey TwoCables (great name btw)
Can you send me a link with some proof of this? I swear I read max temp on the chip, is 72.6

Thanks
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hey guys seems that i found a problem with my Intel LAN not sure if it is driver or what but i have to uninstall driver then scan for hardware changes, and then it reinstalls the LAN drivers again until i do that i have this yellow triangle on my network but internet works fine with or without that triangle this happens each time the PC sleeps, shutdowns, or restarts.
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post #3837 of 9343
Quote:
Originally Posted by Zeromark;15138199 
Hey TwoCables (great name btw)
Can you send me a link with some proof of this? I swear I read max temp on the chip, is 72.6

Thanks

tempgr.jpg

Will this be enough of a proof?
Max temps on this bad boy is 98C we just don't feel comfortable with higher temps than 75C
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Eaglake

Tried HWiNFO 32/64 to see if you get same readings?
    
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Eaglake

Tried HWiNFO 32/64 to see if you get same readings?

Sorry I might not get you, what readings? Temp., voltage? Well the frequency is gibberish i'm running 4.2GHz at stock voltages.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Eaglake;15139187 
Sorry I might not get you, what readings? Temp., voltage? Well the frequency is gibberish i'm running 4.2GHz at stock voltages.

Sorry, I thought I saw Core 0 reading 98C! My misstake redface.gif
    
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