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Thanks for answering that question... I was looking for that info as well, but couldn't find anything in the manual.
P8Z68 Deluxe/GEN3 owner here, please add me to the list. wink.gif
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post #6042 of 9343
Hi all, another question concerning AI Suite: the Sensor recorder, where does it save the recorded files to ?

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Why do you need to know the Vdroop anyways? You just want your load Vcore (in CPUZ) to be as close as possible to what you set in the BIOS without letting it spike over that value. UH LLC usually does this. I don't really understand what you mean?

This is important for offset mode. Sometimes when using too much LLC the voltage drop in idle is too large to be stable in idle. You can than use LLC to compensate for that in a controlled way.
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I'm using a crucial M4 ssd.
WHat's weird is even when shutting down it goes to the shutting down splash screen as normal with the round timer, then the screen goes black then it goes to the shutting down screen again but this time the round timer thing is static.
Then as soon as I boot up the first screen it goes to is the windows shutting down screen before proceeding to boot.
It's driving me insane

The way it's supposed to work is on boot it should go through a bunch of codes then settle on one (AA) and start the boot process. Shutdown should be normal. I'm now wondering if something is conflicting with another. I assume (hate that word) that your using the SSD as a normal system drive and your other hard drive(s) are just storage (or whatever) which the SSD is C: and the hard drives are D;, E:, etc. Are you using any of the drives in raid? Or are they all setup in AHCI (which is were it should be for the configuration your running)?
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I'll look into the memOk button (didn't know there was one) I ran each dimm separately through three rounds of memtest86 wth no errors though.
The famous GTX 560 ti OC "TDR" issue happened only twice in the first five days I had it. That was three weeks ago, and it has become progressively worse since. Repeated, frequent TDRs, BSOD (109), and freezes that require shutdowns in and out of applications and games. We're talking every 20 minutes, sometimes less.
CPU-Z states the BIOS is 0805.
I'm going to buy a card from Best Buy (and then take advantage of their return policy) to see if I can isolate the problem. The card was recommended in techreport's fall 2011 guide, but I wished that I had just googled the damn thing before I bought it.

Yea, there's the memOK button and a LED light next to it to show if it worked or not. This is for memory that isn't on the Asus list and if it acts funny, or doesn't boot, the memOK button should make it ok to use. I don't think you're having any problems with the memory though. Yea, if you can do that with the graphics card, do it. I'd try for a different card just because of the bad reviews and bugs in the one you have. If the new one solves the problems (which I think it will) you'll end up keeping it and trying to off the GTX 560 on eBay.....lol....Good luck!
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Yes, that and rightie tightie.... leftie loosie...thumb.gif

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I did some looking around and the red ports should be able to power items that are plugged in even when the PC is off.

Yes, they should (haven't tried it though).
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Thanks for answering that question... I was looking for that info as well, but couldn't find anything in the manual.
P8Z68 Deluxe/GEN3 owner here, please add me to the list. wink.gif
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Don't ya just love seeing all the parts in the boxes, then knowing all the fun you'll have putting all together? Excellent picture! drool.gif
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Yes, they should (haven't tried it though).

Don't ya just love seeing all the parts in the boxes, then knowing all the fun you'll have putting all together? Excellent picture! drool.gif

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I didn't get the red ports to work that way for me but I'm thinking I have to configure something for it to work right and I'm to lazy to mess with it.



He has my power supply MB and monitor good choices.
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I didn't get the red ports to work that way for me but I'm thinking I have to configure something for it to work right and I'm to lazy to mess with it.
He has my power supply MB and monitor good choices.

Yeah, there's a whole 'ordeal' you have to go through to get power to those ports. I believe (but don't quote me) that the AI Suite software has something to do with the power also. Like you, I'm too lazy to find out because I have no use for the power ports. Maybe in the future....
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Just realized I never submitted any screen shots, add me please when you get a chance smile.gif Got some of the HyperX Genesis RAM, just cause it was an awesome deal. Have 8GB now, and will be getting 8GB more.

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^^^Added^^^

Thank you.

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Beautiful!!!
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Originally Posted by RCPilotJAE View Post

Don't ya just love seeing all the parts in the boxes, then knowing all the fun you'll have putting all together? Excellent picture! drool.gif

We are such geeks... I sat there looking at them, and thinking the exact same thing, this is going to be a blast... and it was! biggrin.gif

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I didn't get the red ports to work that way for me but I'm thinking I have to configure something for it to work right and I'm to lazy to mess with it.
He has my power supply MB and monitor good choices.

I spent a good amount of time researching my choices, but it's always nice to hear/see others that have come to the same conclusions. thumb.gif

As to the red USB 2.0 ports, I couldn't find anything in the manual, but I did find this "official" ASUS comment...
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These red USB 2.0 ports/eSATA port are the ones disabled when the third PCIe is in x4 mode.

It was in reference to the ASUS P8Z68-V PRO, but it's the identical "block" on the my P8Z68 DELUXE/GEN3 (BT, USB, eSATA)
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Just realized I never submitted any screen shots, add me please when you get a chance smile.gif Got some of the HyperX Genesis RAM, just cause it was an awesome deal. Have 8GB now, and will be getting 8GB more.

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Added. Welcome to the club thumb.gif

Thanks !

Just wondering guys, I have my ram at 1600 at the moment, 9-9-9-24 1T (screenshot above) if I'm overclocking, how far can I push the DRAM voltage ? The sticks are rated for 1.65 but I have them at 1.50 at the moment
    
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