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Originally Posted by WiZARD7 View Post

I've just bought a P8Z68-V GEN3 mobo (+2500k, 8 gb Corsair Vengeance LP White -1.35V), I'm using my "old" Noctua NH-D14, with the 3 pin Noctua fans.
I tried controlling the fans in bios/windows utility, but it won't do anything, they are spinning at their max RPM, and it is a little loud.
What is the problem, how can I control them?
(on my old Gigabyte P35 the auto fan control worked fine...)


Under cpu temp/mb temp

CPU Q fan [enabled]
CPU fan spd low limit [600rpm]
CPU fan profile [manual]
CPU fan maximum duty cycle [100%]
CPU fan minimum duty cycle[20%]

mine rams up and down with load this way hyper 212+ on pwm fans though, i don't use any software just cmos bios.
post #5202 of 9343
The WS is a solid board and I'd say the OC is more dependent on the proc it self rather than the other way around. If anything I'd say the WS has a greater chance of better stability and longevity with it's higher copper content and thicker PCB. There is no doubt in my mind it's an upgrade vs the EVO.
In terms of GPU heat there is no avoiding the SLI profile power management which lowers the power profile of the 2nd card to conserve power when not in a 3D app. This accounts for majority of the discrepancy in heat other than the physics of heat rising making the top card run hotter. For example with my dual 580s at desktop browsing the internet, the main card runs 797cc 1594SC 1012mc 1.075v the secondary card runs at 50cc 101sc 67mc 0963v. The instant a full load 3D app like BF3, Heaven or 3DM11 etc are running both cards run at the rated spec (797/1594/1012) and temps normalize within +/- 3c top vs bottom. Both have exactly the same bios ver so no difference there in terms of power management so there is no wonder why the top card runs hotter. The best advice I can give in this regard would be to rotate cards periodically to even out the wear and tear. In any case I hope this helps.
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No ivy bridge will be 4 core i5, and 4 core with HT i7 just like SB. There is going to be a ivy bridge-E, Just like SB-E that will be 6 core.
Is that as far as you got with this ram? http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231445

That's as far as i seem to be able to get. But at that point, the high/low BCLK may be causing the "overclocking failed". A mod(Pioneerscloud, or something similar) also has this ram, and said he reached 1700 or so, while the red ones reach 1866, and 2133(i think).

post #5204 of 9343
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Originally Posted by uniwarking View Post

Hey guys, is it normal for the motherboard to show extreme temps? Like 123C? I have a P8P67 rev 3.1 board it it will display warnings fromt time to time... also shows in HWMonitor. Seems odd, don't think it's real.
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That's as far as i seem to be able to get. But at that point, the high/low BCLK may be causing the "overclocking failed". A mod(Pioneerscloud, or something similar) also has this ram, and said he reached 1700 or so, while the red ones reach 1866, and 2133(i think).

Yeah, pinoneerisloud is knowledgeable with the G. Skill RAM kits and you should ask him if you want good advices smile.gif
post #5205 of 9343
Bit random but does anyone know the RAL number or name for the blue heat sinks on the P8Z68-V/Gen3. I'd like to paint a few things to match it.

Thanks in advance.
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Under cpu temp/mb temp
CPU Q fan [enabled]
CPU fan spd low limit [600rpm]
CPU fan profile [manual]
CPU fan maximum duty cycle [100%]
CPU fan minimum duty cycle[20%]
mine rams up and down with load this way hyper 212+ on pwm fans though, i don't use any software just cmos bios.

tried it also, but doesn't work frown.gif
maybe can you try with some 3 pin fans?
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Bit random but does anyone know the RAL number or name for the blue heat sinks on the P8Z68-V/Gen3. I'd like to paint a few things to match it.
Thanks in advance.


Holding my defect P8Z68 board near my screen the blue likes more to RAL5024. You can find RAL-colors to compare here : http://www.darfen.co.uk/ral-colours.php. But color interpretation depends on representation on the screen and the texture of the surfaces.

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Yeah that sounds good, I would definitely just do it just as a trial as it is likely to not fix it, I've reinstalled my W7/64 two previous times for SSD upgrade and each time tried to hope the Garmin USB sync would work, but other than a few times where it worked fine and fooled me, eventually I get the BSD crash again, so reinstall in my case has not solved it, and when I googled I still see lots of other people with the same problem and no real solution.
Too bad as I am really happy with the Garmin 305 otherwise and have not felt the need to upgrade.

Very interesting that a reinstall didn't fix it.

I guess my Google-fu isn't as good as yours. I haven't found much online about the Edge 305 and Sandy Bridge incompatibilities. Do you know if other Garmin products have issues too?
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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813131791

I was thinking of grabbing this over a cheaper board I was looking at. The Dual Ethernet thing looks cool, as I could use my computer as a router, I read. It has Bluetooth, whatever that is. IT has a PS/2 port, which is nice, for my mouse. Full support for SLi if I ever wanted to, room for my Sound card, additional cards, and custom cooler for my GPU eventually, perhaps.

4 3GB/s

4 6GB/s

4 USB 3.0

10 USB 2.0 seems excessive though, lol.

About the only issue I can nit-pick about the board is no Dr. Debug, which I really love, as it can help when you have an issue and can't boot up the comp.

Hmm.


http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813157263

10$ cheaper, has a Dr.Debug, and more USB 3.0. Other than that, close.
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ASUS P8Z68-V PRO/GEN3 overclocked my 2500k to 4.2 with a click of a button. I would say that's pretty decent. Love this board so far even though it won't recognize my HD 6950 through HDMI.
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