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This may not be the right place to ask, but how did you setup the teaming function? I found the utility and tried "creating a team" with both options, "Fast/Giga EtherChannel (FEC/GEC)" and "Link Aggregation \ LACP (802.3ad)" and both took my speed from 36Mbps or so (according to speedtest.net) down to under 2Mbps at best. Do I need to have a router or switch that is compatible with the 802.3ad standard? I was under the impression that this motherboard and software take care of that for you so you only need 2 cables from the modem to computer. is that totally wrong? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!
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Coming in here to join the club smile.gif Also, I'm having some boot issues with my overclock. Any help is appreciated

http://www.overclock.net/t/1231833/i5-2500k-sandy-bridge-boot-failure-when-overclocked
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Updated OP with new members.

Aceolus, still having issues?
    
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Updated OP with new members.
Aceolus, still having issues?

Yes I'm still having issues frown.gif I can't get my PC to boot when overclocked. This is my first time overclocking so It's frustrating. I can get my computer to boot but I have to restart it like 5 times for it to boot once.
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Yes I'm still having issues frown.gif I can't get my PC to boot when overclocked. This is my first time overclocking so It's frustrating. I can get my computer to boot but I have to restart it like 5 times for it to boot once.

What are your voltages? and what is the multi set at?
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Put LLC to level 2. Looks like you are getting vdroop due to the LLC level. It fails during the p95 test, right? If you don't get vdroop then you might even be able to lower the core voltage. If you look while in bios the core is 1.48. However, under load, it drops to 1.472. That is vdroop. It is bad.
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Put LLC to level 2. Looks like you are getting vdroop due to the LLC level. It fails during the p95 test, right? If you don't get vdroop then you might even be able to lower the core voltage. If you look while in bios the core is 1.48. However, under load, it drops to 1.472. That is vdroop. It is bad.

I think I'm starting to understand things, essentially, vdroop is like the laziness of your voltage. The less vdroop means less laziness and more consistency. When you get to much vdrop or laziness in your voltage, it could effect the boot process but not giving the computer enough voltage to kick it in gear.


Not sure how to really read P95 yet, this is my 3rd day of researching overclocking so I'm relatively clueless on many things yet.
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I think I'm starting to understand things, essentially, vdroop is like the laziness of your voltage. The less vdroop means less laziness and more consistency. When you get to much vdrop or laziness in your voltage, it could effect the boot process but not giving the computer enough voltage to kick it in gear.
Not sure how to really read P95 yet, this is my 3rd day of researching overclocking so I'm relatively clueless on many things yet.

As long as it does not say "workers stopped" on top of one of the windows, there is not a whole hell of a lot to know how to read. Keep researching. These guys were really helpful, even though I stumbled onto fixing my problem.
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vdroop is there and designed to help protect the CPU from power spikes that occur going from idle to load and back to idle.
 
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