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So for xfire the lanes would be 8x/8x?
post #22 of 49
You need the upcoming Extreme 7 for x16/x16.

I bought his little brother Gen2 z68 a month ago. Technology moves fast. That one did have different coloured ram slots xD.

I also pressed install all on the disc. I just thought they'd install all drivers only. My bad.
 
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post #23 of 49
Ya I saw those new boards, look sexy as hell, any word on when that board is coming out and from the features that are gona be on that I am assuming price tag will prob be like 250-300 eh?

kinda funny how asrock went from not being known at all to insane boards, use to be a fan of dfi here, lanparty's were amazing boards
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I have seen the extreme7 listed for pre-order for 250 euros, puts it at roughly 360 375ish depending on current exchange rates.
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post #25 of 49
Nice overclock! I also purchased this board last week (the z68 version) w/ a i5-2500k and have been playing with the OC settings. Right now I'm running 4.3ghz stable at 1.3v. My goal is 4.5ghz, but I don't want to push more than 1.35v. I'm noticing at those speeds, that when I kick off P95 (blend test), the multiplier will actually drop on my chip (from 45 to say, 42 or 43). I disabled SpeedStep in the UEFI, as well as any thermal throttling and C state options for the CPU. There are only 2 other options I can think of changing, but I'm not quite sure what they do.

PLL overvoltage and Core Current Limit. Right now, I have PLL overvoltage disabled and Core Current Limit is set to 150. Any ideas?
Edited by sammyd253 - 8/6/11 at 9:14am
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Originally Posted by sammyd253;14486245 
Nice overclock! I also purchased this board last week (the z68 version) w/ a i5-2500k and have been playing with the OC settings. Right now I'm running 4.3ghz stable at 1.3v. My goal is 4.5ghz, but I don't want to push more than 1.35v. I'm noticing at those speeds, that when I kick off P95 (blend test), the multiplier will actually drop on my chip (from 45 to say, 42 or 43). I disabled SpeedStep in the UEFI, as well as any thermal throttling and C state options for the CPU. There are only 2 other options I can think of changing, but I'm not quite sure what they do.

PLL overvoltage and Core Current Limit. Right now, I have PLL overvoltage disabled and Core Current Limit is set to 150. Any ideas?

I had that too... I fixed it but I can't remember how i did it atm. Let me look at some posts, someone helped me in the sandy stable thread I think.
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Originally Posted by sammyd253;14486245 
Nice overclock! I also purchased this board last week (the z68 version) w/ a i5-2500k and have been playing with the OC settings. Right now I'm running 4.3ghz stable at 1.3v. My goal is 4.5ghz, but I don't want to push more than 1.35v. I'm noticing at those speeds, that when I kick off P95 (blend test), the multiplier will actually drop on my chip (from 45 to say, 42 or 43). I disabled SpeedStep in the UEFI, as well as any thermal throttling and C state options for the CPU. There are only 2 other options I can think of changing, but I'm not quite sure what they do.

PLL overvoltage and Core Current Limit. Right now, I have PLL overvoltage disabled and Core Current Limit is set to 150. Any ideas?


Sent you a pm, but I'll post it here as well, you need to set your power limit to the following to keep the multi from dropping.

->Short Duration power Limit [w]: 200
->Long Duration Power Limit [w]: 180
->Long Duration Power Limit [sec.]: 1


Hope this helps!
post #28 of 49
veery nice! smile.gif
It's a pity it has 2 less power phases than the z68 cousin and worse lan, but i'm not sold yet on the z68... i never liked to have stuff that i dont use, some way or the other it creates more problems or just more heat.
The z68 southbridge down the pcie slots does heat a bit on the z68 x4. the x3 and x7 have better cooling design.
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post #29 of 49
this is a stupid question, but does it have the intel's new smart response or is that only in the z68's?
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this is a stupid question, but does it have the intel's new smart response or is that only in the z68's?

Its just the Z68's.
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