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It's something to do with PLX chipset implementation in the new GEN3 mobo's, im still learning about Ivy so maybe this'll help:

http://www.overclock.net/intel-cpus/...l#post15235826
Do you mean that even with a BIOS update to 0902, I cannot use PCIe 3.0 on my P8Z68-V board?
post #4402 of 9343
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Do you mean that even with a BIOS update to 0902, I cannot use PCIe 3.0 on my P8Z68-V board?
Unfortunately no because the board physically doesn't have it.
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I ran the stress test using Prime95 for over 3 hours and 1 of the workers(#4) came back with a fetal error after the self-test 32K pass, the other works continued to work just fine. Now what? Do I run the test again or attempt to adjust settings then run again? Also when running Prime95 is it safe to run overnight when there is no monitoring for 6+ hours?
    
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I ran the stress test using Prime95 for over 3 hours and 1 of the workers(#4) came back with a fetal error after the self-test 32K pass, the other works continued to work just fine. Now what? Do I run the test again or attempt to adjust settings then run again?
The settings in the UEFI must now be adjusted because if you run Prime95 again, then it will fail at roughly the same time.


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Also when running Prime95 is it safe to run overnight when there is no monitoring for 6+ hours?
It's very safe (and very recommended because it will enable you to run a 12-hour stress test).
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Unfortunately no because the board physically doesn't have it.
So basically the update is useless?

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The settings in the UEFI must now be adjusted because if you run Prime95 again, then it will fail at roughly the same time.



It's very safe (and very recommended because it will enable you to run a 12-hour stress test).
Is OCCT safe to run overnight as well? AFAIK, Linpack (OCCT) is stressing CPUs hotter than Prime95 according to my other thread.
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So basically the update is useless?
It's not useless to people who want to make their board compatible with Ivy Bridge.


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Is OCCT safe to run overnight as well? AFAIK, Linpack (OCCT) is stressing CPUs hotter than Prime95 according to my other thread.
They all are.

This what we do, and people like us have been doing this for years.
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It's not useless to people who want to make their board compatible with Ivy Bridge.



They all are.

This what we do, and people like us have been doing this for years.
Right. ASUS should remove the "support for PCIe 3.0" from the changelog of 0902 to avoid confusion.
post #4408 of 9343
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Right. ASUS should remove the "support for PCIe 3.0" from the changelog of 0902 to avoid confusion.
If you dont have a Gen 3. Then from what i heard last with ivy bridge you will have possible support for x8 3.0 on the x16 slot.

This is coming from Gigabytes explanation in rebuttal to MSI.

If you have the GEN3 board that just came out then you have full support for x16 3.0.
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I never touched any settings regarding USB in the bios. They should be fine the way they are. ehci hand-off?
Yes Sir, in my BIOS you can see EHCI hand-off default at disabled. What is it?
post #4410 of 9343
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Yes Sir, in my BIOS you can see EHCI hand-off default at disabled. What is it?
Haven't looked for it in my bios yet.

I searched google and found this:

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EHCI stands for Enhanced Host Controller Interface. It is required for high-speed USB 2.0.


http://forums.techarp.com/bios-optim...-hand-off.html

So seems it should be enabled. Or should it? 'EHCI hand-off'? What does that mean? Anyone?
Edited by turrican9 - 10/17/11 at 7:58am
    
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