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Hey all ...
I have a P8P67 Evo and would love to join the club ... How do I go about joining ... smile.gif


Added! Welcome! :-)

 

Btw, your sig shows a P8Z68-V PRO.. ?

    
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Added! Welcome! :-)

Btw, your sig shows a P8Z68-V PRO.. ?


I have a Lan rig and a Permanent home rig ... just have not put both up ... cause apart from motherboard they are basically the exact same ... ... Evo in the LAN rig and Z68-V Pro in the home rig ...



<<just updated my Sig Rig to reflect both builds>>
Edited by Emissary of Pain - 1/4/12 at 10:32am
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and ... Thank You for the add ... smile.gif ...


Pity there is no group for my GFX Card ... lol
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post #5634 of 9343
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Thanks munaim1...It seems to be running like it should (quick response) thumb.gif. I was already on high performance and never for sleep and display. I now have the advanced setting for hard drive set to "never" turn off as well. i think I'm gonna be fine now biggrin.gif Thanks to everyone who helped wink.gif

I was going to suggest a bios update but I see you already did and it's working fine now. I run 3 HD's, 1 SSD and a DvD all on 500 w PSU and I have no problems. The power lag will come into play, but I think you're fine with the 650 you have. If you put anymore on it, then I would consider uping the PSU.

For everyone...

Well, I tried the IRST and man it works! First off you have to remember you can only use the IRST on one hard drive with one SSD drive. I have a 60gig SSD mated to a 700 gig Seagate. You have to follow the Intel instructions to the letter and it'll work fine. You also need the latest IRST driver which can be had on the Microsoft web download page, version 10.8.0.1003. I've only had it on now for 3 days and the cache is just now building up. Holy speed, batman! My system boots in 20 seconds now. Outlook opens in 1 second flat. I've also had a couple games on and they too are now speeding up. It's interesting as one day they'll run normal, next a bit faster and in a few days they load and change levels, etc; in a blink of the eye. Also, with all I've read on the subject of IRST, don't use any bigger than a 60 Gig SSD or it's going to waste (unless you get a big SSD and then partition it down to different sizes and use about a 20-30 gig partition for the acceleration IRST of one hard drive). A common mistake a lot of folks think is that you can use a bunch of hard drives, you can't. It is limited to one hard drive and one SSD. But it is well worth the speed increase. And as the cache builds up program oads, etc; will get faster and faster.

Bottom line...Intel Rapid Storage Technology does works and it works well. So if you want to boost the speed of hard drive read and writes, this one actually works well.
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Lovin this board!! Add me tongue.gif
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One day I will get around to moving that pump somewhere..i was hoping it would fit somewhere else without much fuss..well..it fussed
Edited by neonlazer - 1/4/12 at 11:51am
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Can I reply to anything yet lol?

Yay finally. I've been trying to reply to threads for days now and wasn't able to. Something happened with my account some how.
post #5638 of 9343
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Lovin this board!! Add me tongue.gif
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One day I will get around to moving that pump somewhere..i was hoping it would fit somewhere else without much fuss..well..it fussed


Added! Nice System! Welcome! :-)

    
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Can I reply to anything yet lol?
Yay finally. I've been trying to reply to threads for days now and wasn't able to. Something happened with my account some how.


Yes, I can see you thumbsupsmiley.png

    
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post #5640 of 9343
Just picked up my new rig and would like to get it overclocked to 4.0 GHz. I have not had any luck with using the autotuning features... it doesn't find a stable configuration for some reason.

Rather than messing around... I would much rather leverage the experience of those on this forum.

COOLER MASTER HAF X RC-942-KKN1
ASUS P8Z68 DELUXE/GEN3
Intel Core i7-2600K Sandy Bridge 3.4GHz (3.8GHz Turbo Boost)
CORSAIR Vengeance 8GB (2 x 4GB) (8-8-8-24, 1.5V)
CORSAIR Professional Series Gold AX850
CORSAIR Force Series GT 180GB SSD
ASUS ENGTX570 DCII/2DIS/1280MD5


Latest UEFI BIOS (301 I believe).
Windows 7 64-bit OS

The system has been completely stable at stock settings for about a month... but I would like to say that I am running a 4.0GHz rig. I know it can go much higher... but 4.0Ghz would bring some bragging rights at the local LAN party and shouldn't bring an ounce of instability (which is very important).

Let me know what you think. Many thanks.
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