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FYI, the Intel INF drivers on their site are 9.2.0.1030 but the ones linked here are 9.2.0.1020.

http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Deta...and%20Examples
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So I got 5Ghz...
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2020019

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Quote:
Originally Posted by alucardx View Post
FYI, the Intel INF drivers on their site are 9.2.0.1030 but the ones linked here are 9.2.0.1020.

http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Deta...and%20Examples
The one I have linked is 9.2.3.1020.

A little newer.
post #94 of 1418
I'm getting my Z68 V Pro on Saturday. I chose it based on reccomendations from members right here on this forum. I've just been reading through the posts in this thread and I've noticed users have been reporting a myriad of bugs and errors with this board. I mean, should I be scared? Did I make the wrong decision? Some of these issues seem really serious, and so far almost every post has been concerned with a problem, and not the positive outcomes of the switch to this board.

*fingers crossed
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Originally Posted by arfaad View Post
I'm getting my Z68 V Pro on Saturday. I chose it based on reccomendations from members right here on this forum. I've just been reading through the posts in this thread and I've noticed users have been reporting a myriad of bugs and errors with this board. I mean, should I be scared? Did I make the wrong decision? Some of these issues seem really serious, and so far almost every post has been concerned with a problem, and not the positive outcomes of the switch to this board.

*fingers crossed
Well my P8Z68-V has been working great for me.
post #96 of 1418
Loving the Asus P8Z68-V Pro here. Lucid Virtu & SSD Caching are emerging tech and problematic at best at this point. This is not to say they are not working well for some self included. In the end setup is key and a thorough understanding of what you are trying to accomplish. The marvel ports can be included in terms of causing problems like slow boots. This is not limited to Z68 or P67 but x58 as well with x58 users largely avoid there use but again you will find many who are experience little to no problems at all. You may also see problems with dbl booting when using a blck over the default 100 blck but may well be worth the annoyance to reach higher clocks until (hopefully) a bios update corrects the issue. Chose wisely your supporting components and you should be good to go. For example: some say a sandforce ssd controller should be avoided siting trouble completing Windows installation or total failure shortly after but who would want to avoid the best, performance wise and again there are many not experiencing the issue which, in my mind points to another issue not related to the drives or the OS.

Bottom line there are issue with all platforms and the Asus Z68 H67 & P67 implementation is largely very easy to setup, overclock and maintain.

The good news is there is a plethora of info & help here on these boards to get you going.
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post #97 of 1418
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Originally Posted by owcraftsman View Post
Loving the Asus P8Z68-V Pro here. Lucid Virtu & SSD Caching are emerging tech and problematic at best at this point. This is not to say they are not working well for some self included. In the end setup is key and a thorough understanding of what you are trying to accomplish. The marvel ports can be included in terms of causing problems like slow boots. This is not limited to Z68 or P67 but x58 as well with x58 users largely avoid there use but again you will find many who are experience little to no problems at all. You may also see problems with dbl booting when using a blck over the default 100 blck but may well be worth the annoyance to reach higher clocks until (hopefully) a bios update corrects the issue. Chose wisely your supporting components and you should be good to go. For example: some say a sandforce ssd controller should be avoided siting trouble completing Windows installation or total failure shortly after but who would want to avoid the best, performance wise and again there are many not experiencing the issue which, in my mind points to another issue not related to the drives or the OS.

Bottom line there are issue with all platforms and the Asus Z68 H67 & P67 implementation is largely very easy to setup, overclock and maintain.

The good news is there is a plethora of info & help here on these boards to get you going.

Thanks for such an articulate and reassuring answer. And in the spirit of being amongst such a plethora of knowledge, can you or anyone advise me on what I need to do in terms of BIOS settings or otherwise for when I am to setup this system come saturday.

I will be using my current hdd which has a win7 X64 install on it. Do I need to reinstall windows?

I don't have a SSD as yet, but I intend on getting one soon, should I take any steps before I reinstall windows 7 x64 in preparation for an SSD or would I have to reinstall all over again in RAID mode when I do get my SSD?

Just let me know about anything you think that is relevant to me before I set this up with my current HDD with a win7 X64 installation. I don't mind reinstalling, but I want to get the BIOS settings right.
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post #98 of 1418
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I will be using my current hdd which has a win7 X64 install on it. Do I need to reinstall windows?

I don't have a SSD as yet, but I intend on getting one soon, should I take any steps before I reinstall windows 7 x64 in preparation for an SSD or would I have to reinstall all over again in RAID mode when I do get my SSD?
You don't need to reinstall windows for either process.
Motherboard replacing may require you to re-activate windows, but that's all.

To switch to a SSD, You'd need to clone your HDD boot partition to the SSD. So, depending on the size and free space on your partition it might be easier to reinstall. But if your OS partition fits in the SDD, then you are good to go.

Also, when adding a SSD it would be wise to switch to AHCI mode (not RAID) if you are in IDE mode, but all that is required for this is to change a value in windows registry and a few reboots (just google windows 7 IDE to AHCI).
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I have been searching alot but can't find any threads on this. I am going to buy the P8Z68 board with a fractal design define r3 case and corsair vengeance ram. I am very interested in buying the NZXT Havik 140 CPU-cooler. The case is rated for ~165mm vertical cpu heatsink clearance and the Havik is 166mm with fans. Will this be ok? And how would the clearence for the ram be on this board with this cooler? I will be fine so long as the dimm 2 and 4 slots are free (the blue slots) as those are the ones recommended for dual channel kits anyway.
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Originally Posted by mediocaballero View Post
You don't need to reinstall windows for either process.
Motherboard replacing may require you to re-activate windows, but that's all.

To switch to a SSD, You'd need to clone your HDD boot partition to the SSD. So, depending on the size and free space on your partition it might be easier to reinstall. But if your OS partition fits in the SDD, then you are good to go.

Also, when adding a SSD it would be wise to switch to AHCI mode (not RAID) if you are in IDE mode, but all that is required for this is to change a value in windows registry and a few reboots (just google windows 7 IDE to AHCI).
Although I'd agree with everything you said here I would like to know all components of the new build and what the old motherboard & sata ports that were used, in particular, for the HDD with OS on it before I'd say it's transferable. If the sata controllers is the same from the old to the new I would absolutely agree. i.e. Intel ports otherwise I would recommend a format and reload especially if it's the Nvidia 750i chipset in your sig. It is true you can move a OS to a new motherboard and you will have to reactivate windows but I would do 2 things first before making the move. 1) Backup your data and 2) uninstall chipset and specific board drivers i.e IRST and Audio especially if they don't match the new board components, from the old PC even remove related folders from C;\\program files then shut down and don't restart again until it's hooked to the new board. The first boot windows will install generic drivers for your components so it will be slow to desktop and you should immediately load ini chipset etc drivers specific to your new board after that is complete a restart will likely be required with both processes.

Bottom line moving from Nvidia to Intel can be problematic before and after the move making a format and reload the best option IMHO.



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I have been searching alot but can't find any threads on this. I am going to buy the P8Z68 board with a fractal design define r3 case and corsair vengeance ram. I am very interested in buying the NZXT Havik 140 CPU-cooler. The case is rated for ~165mm vertical cpu heatsink clearance and the Havik is 166mm with fans. Will this be ok? And how would the clearence for the ram be on this board with this cooler? I will be fine so long as the dimm 2 and 4 slots are free (the blue slots) as those are the ones recommended for dual channel kits anyway.
That is a large HS and I've seen reported that peeps with 4 sticks have trouble populating all four dimm slots with the fan on the memory side installed but that minor annoyance of removing to get to the 1st slot aside you should be good to go.
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