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There we go, image of my system. Didn't know how to put this in the join request message I sent, so here it is.

Edited by Timotei - 11/3/11 at 8:02pm
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Hey guys,
i have P8Z68-V PRO, you can kinda see from the pictures in this thread.
http://www.overclock.net/water-cooli...00-rv02-e.html

I am having issues installing the software suite bundled with the motherboard, I've tried a fresh win7 install on a different hard drive with the downloaded software from asus.com and still the same problem. I've opened a ticket with asus and they told me that what I've tried is what they would have suggested. When i try running the install file windows prompts me for permission on an elevated action, after this it doesn't do anything. Have any of you had this problem, and if so what was the work around?
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Hey guys,
i have P8Z68-V PRO, you can kinda see from the pictures in this thread.
http://www.overclock.net/water-cooli...00-rv02-e.html

I am having issues installing the software suite bundled with the motherboard, I've tried a fresh win7 install on a different hard drive with the downloaded software from asus.com and still the same problem. I've opened a ticket with asus and they told me that what I've tried is what they would have suggested. When i try running the install file windows prompts me for permission on an elevated action, after this it doesn't do anything. Have any of you had this problem, and if so what was the work around?
Tried turning off User Account Control?

Are you using any 3 party Antivirus/Firewall software? If so, try disabling it.


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There we go, image of my system. Didn't know how to put this in the join request message I sent, so here it is.
Added! Welcome! Also posted a link behind your nick in the members list, poiting to your post with your system pictures
Edited by turrican9 - 11/3/11 at 11:10pm
    
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If you leave the voltage the same, and Raise LLC, the load voltage increases.

You can get the same load voltage with a higher vcore offset and a lower LLC setting. However, because the vcore offset is higher, your idle voltage is higher.

Think about it this way:
LLC affects the slope of the voltage graph based on load and vcore offset shifts the whole graph up or down.

LLC allows you to have a lower idle vcore with a higher load vcore, to the extent the chip allows it.
I actually understand what LLC does and what you said are all correct. So I just want to confirm this: LLC only affects the IDLE voltage because for ANY LLC level, you can have the same load voltage (by adjusting Offset value) but NEVER the same idle voltage. Is that correct analysis?
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Originally Posted by Rubble View Post
Hey guys,
i have P8Z68-V PRO, you can kinda see from the pictures in this thread.
http://www.overclock.net/water-cooli...00-rv02-e.html

I am having issues installing the software suite bundled with the motherboard, I've tried a fresh win7 install on a different hard drive with the downloaded software from asus.com and still the same problem. I've opened a ticket with asus and they told me that what I've tried is what they would have suggested. When i try running the install file windows prompts me for permission on an elevated action, after this it doesn't do anything. Have any of you had this problem, and if so what was the work around?
Hi, Rubble.
ASUS released a patch for previous issues with AI Suite II on the P67 motherboards. At first it didn't work for me, but when I copied the install files over to my primary drive the installer finally launched. This might or might not work for you as your problem is not identical to mine. And remember to launch as administrator.

http://support.asus.com/download.asp...3PdnZI9Pq9BcIU
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There we go, image of my system. Didn't know how to put this in the join request message I sent, so here it is.
seems like a nice clean build you got there.
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I actually understand what LLC does and what you said are all correct. So I just want to confirm this: LLC only affects the IDLE voltage because for ANY LLC level, you can have the same load voltage (by adjusting Offset value) but NEVER the same idle voltage. Is that correct analysis?
yes that's correct.
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right my next step now is i am going to try 4.8 after my 4.7 oc been stable
so far i have tried 48 on 1.34,1.35,and now am trying 1.36v anything below this so far has failed prime on worker 1 within 4 mins. am 1hr into prime at the moment at 1.36v and so far ok. and temps are 61,63,67,63
but is 1.36v safe voltage for the average day use and game play?on an 2500k chip
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Voltage safe hells yes. Been running myne F@H 24 hours a day at around 1.37 and 1.38 is regarded safe for those who would be caught trying to be safe.
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When using an Offset voltage, having C3 and C6 set to Enabled results in a lower idle voltage than having them both Disabled. When using Auto, it's unpredictable (unless, of course, you're an Intel engineer or something).

Apparently, you can achieve a slightly higher idle voltage by using High instead of Ultra High. For some, this means that you can leave C3 and C6 enabled with no risk of idle freezes or BSODs while using an Offset voltage.

I have not tested this, so I'm still using Ultra High with both C3 and C6 disabled to avoid an idle freeze. Previously, I was using Auto.

Therefore, your mileage may vary. Experiment. Experimentation is always necessary.
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yes that's correct.
How low of an IDLE voltage does 1600MHz need anyway? Or is it still different for any one system?
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