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Tried a defrag?

Yes I have . the computer runs very fast as far as doing work, it is just annoying that the drives do not respond quickly
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my set up now is @ 5.0 and all prime stable for 24hr use.temps for me is ok only one core reached 70c the rest is well in the 60's
this is using prime 95 and realtemp software and cpu-z

this might not work for everyone but it will help out for most.
if you don't want to go 5.0 all you have to do is reduce the core ratio ( let's say 4.9) and i know that for 4.9 my vcore voltage will work ok at 1.34 to 1.36v all this will depends on your cooling set up,but you's might be able to reduce the voltage abit more.only doing so by 0.5 incentments
also you might notice that am using xmp profile for me it works a treat.
one other thing in the 2nd picture you will see that the cpu manual voltage is at 1.43 i have now got it down to 1.41 to 1.42 not a big difference but it all helps.

DON'T FOR GET THIS IS ONLY A TEMPLATE FOR YOUS TO GO BY (BUT WORKS FOR ME) AND I WILL NOT BE HOLD RESPONSABLE.


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Please add me to the club...thanks!

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So, I decided to update the BIOS on my P8Z68-V Pro/GEN3 to version 0402 after setting to Optimized Defaults and saving the old 0302 version, which I had saved a few customized profiles to. However, I was surprised that after the update my customized profiles were gone. Is that normal? I ended up going back to 0302 so I did not have to try and remember my customizations.
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So, I decided to update the BIOS on my P8Z68-V Pro/GEN3 to version 0402 after setting to Optimized Defaults and saving the old 0302 version, which I had saved a few customized profiles to. However, I was surprised that after the update my customized profiles were gone. Is that normal? I ended up going back to 0302 so I did not have to try and remember my customizations.

Yeah it clears the profile, I found that out early on lol. Now if ever I want update the BIOS I just write them all down on a piece of paper before hand. Well now you know smile.gif
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Yeah it clears the profile, I found that out early on lol. Now if ever I want update the BIOS I just write them all down on a piece of paper before hand. Well now you know smile.gif

Well, ain't that the pits.mad.gif The only reason I decided to update the BIOS is that someone told me elsewhere on the web that the new BIOS would help in the relatively slow POST process. From what I saw in the few times I rebooted though, it did not seem to help.
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post #5617 of 9343
dennyb
am right of thinking in your sig under new system you have got 5 drives?

if am right of thinking running five drives with only 650 psu would slow your drive speed down.
the only way forward is to go ssd. and i would get a good graphics card then you will see much improve system about 50% better

i would think as well defrag your drives would take many hrs;)
post #5618 of 9343
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dennyb
am right of thinking in your sig under new system you have got 5 drives?

if am right of thinking running five drives with only 650 psu would slow your drive speed down.
the only way forward is to go ssd. and i would get a good graphics card then you will see much improve system about 50% better
i would think as well defrag your drives would take many hrs;)

Yes, I have 5 drives and am presently using integrated graphics only. I also was wondering if I was underpowered with the 650....which is why I am not running my old 4830 graphics card thinking it would just need more power but with your scenario I would be better off using it ? My drives get defragged regularly with Iobit Smart Defrag.. I guess I will try the 4830 to see if it helps. Will report back wink.gif
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dennyb
am right of thinking in your sig under new system you have got 5 drives?

if am right of thinking running five drives with only 650 psu would slow your drive speed down.
the only way forward is to go ssd. and i would get a good graphics card then you will see much improve system about 50% better
i would think as well defrag your drives would take many hrs;)

Agree on that one, you will get surges from the psu under load. That will have an effect on performance. If all the drives are continually spinning, the load on the psu is quite heavy. I had the same problem, until i went from 620 to 850w psu, when i was running four mechanical harddrives.
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Agree on that one, you will get surges from the psu under load. That will have an effect on performance. If all the drives are continually spinning, the load on the psu is quite heavy. I had the same problem, until i went from 620 to 850w psu, when i was running four mechanical harddrives.

Thanks also for your input thumb.gif. I now have the 4830 installed and am now operating off of it. So far I am seeing a vast improvement when I click on my drives they open instantly and the folders in them do as well. Of course i will monitor them for a while to see if the love continues. +rep to all who contributed....dennyb

Munaim1---don't see a rep button for you but Thanks for helping:thumb:
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