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I've tried your method and I have to agree that it was easier! Lol.
For what component?

Anything? I guess the VRM heat sinks would be an obvious one
    
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Has anyone experienced failing SATA ports?
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Has anyone experienced failing SATA ports?

 

The only ones I'm aware of are the B2 motherboards. The B3 revision is the fix.

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The only ones I'm aware of are the B2 motherboards. The B3 revision is the fix.

I'm on the P8P67 Pro Rev 3.1, but have been experiencing HDD dropouts recently. I need to get some sata cables and see if anything changes I guess.
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I'm on the P8P67 Pro Rev 3.1, but have been experiencing HDD dropouts recently. I need to get some sata cables and see if anything changes I guess.

 

Which SATA ports are you using?

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Hi!
I just suddenly decided to give my build a crack again so I just flicked through some pages on this thread after over a year of absence=p. You guys have figured out a lot of stuff about the c-states and how they relate to the SATA-ports, the offset voltage and the VRM since the last time I was here. Cool. Gonna enable them again I guess (I think what TwoCables concluded around pages 820-847 somewhere makes sense, and my only uncertainty is that he said he doesn't use SATA III ports wich I do use). I flashed my BIOS sometime in the spring 2012. Any very good reasons to do so again?

After a few minutes I noticed that some time after I was pleased with my 24/7 clock I had changed my power-plan without realising that it then set minimum freq. to 100% meaning the speedstep hasn't been working for a very long time=p. First misstep uncovered. Now I am gonna increase the clock a bit just to wipe the dust off and see where it goes=).
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Last (and pretty much the least), I changed my memory's timings because I remember someone reporting a little increase in their stability when switching from 1T to 2T.  However, I didn't notice any increase in my system's stability until after changing everything else.  So, I'm considering maybe going back to 9-11-9-29-1T just for fun because of the numbers:  you have 9, then you have 11, then you have 9 again, but then you have 29.  2+9 equals 11, so it's a string of special numbers.  smile.gif  4.7 GHz is special to me too now because 4+7 equals 11.  I like the number 11.  In fact, my mind is blown right now because it's 12:53 while I'm typing this and 1+2+5+3 equals 11!

I almost forgot:  the VRM Frequency setting of "Manual" using 350 kHz is really only necessary for bigger overclocks like 5 GHz or more.

Anyway, I guess that's everything.  smile.gif

Woah. I've been an 11 kinda guy forever=p. Gotta ramp it up to 4.7 ASAP!
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Woah. I've been an 11 kinda guy forever=p. Gotta ramp it up to 4.7 ASAP!

 

Wow, you're not kidding. On my end, you posted your other post above at 6:41 and both of these posts are on 4-16. So of course, that's 6+4+1 and 4+1+6. :)

 

Edit: Omg, and I just posted this at 2:22.

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Wow, you're not kidding. On my end, you posted your other post above at 6:41 and both of these posts are on 4-16. So of course, that's 6+4+1 and 4+1+6. smile.gif

Edit: Omg, and I just posted this at 2:22.

And I am reading this a 2:27 so I guess I'm an eleven guy too! biggrin.gif
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And I am reading this a 2:27 so I guess I'm an eleven guy too! biggrin.gif

 

This is nuts! I clicked on this thread to see your reply right at 1:28. I love it.

 

Oh, and it did take me about a minute to make this reply. I had other things to say, but I didn't want to look too weird.

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