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its changing the computers time so it means its reading less time when more time has gone by than displayed


stuff like this makes me miss linux
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its changing the computers time so it means its reading less time when more time has gone by than displayed


stuff like this makes me miss linux

You do have to make changes to get it reading the time wrong though, most forum users wouldn't accidentally stumble into the bug.
    
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Personally I don't even touch settings from windows. RoG forums will tell you time and time again ai suite is crap and messes stuff up for the future if you try overclocking from bios again
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Personally I don't even touch settings from windows. RoG forums will tell you time and time again ai suite is crap and messes stuff up for the future if you try overclocking from bios again

Most people don't make changes within windows when using a daily rig, mainly just for benching & trying to squeeze out an extra couple points.
Aisuite is about the worst of the OC software that comes with boards. Great boards, but weird software... WARNING - your processor is not overheating
    
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This is why you always work the bios and not in windows

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Nice! I'm considering moving from my Vertex 2 120GB to a Samsung 840 PRO 256GB mainly for storage (I'm already happy with my Vertex 2, even though it's almost 3 years old. tongue.gif).
Hey there:)
I would , i tripled my performance thumb.gif

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Nice speeds. I should probably go get another SSD to do RAID, but I'm getting the storport.sys BSODs once a day or so frown.gif

What version of drivers are you guys running?
Gigabyte X79 64 bit raid driver
No IRST
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Did you use the raid intel software in DOS while preparing the two drives? Nice speeds.

4960x review out

http://www.anandtech.com/show/7255/intel-core-i7-4960x-ivy-bridge-e-review
Yep , Gigabyte 64bit raid driver in bios and installed it when inatiallising the ssd's in win7 setup

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You do have to make changes to get it reading the time wrong though, most forum users wouldn't accidentally stumble into the bug.
A little while ago id finished a largish bench session and found and read the ruling on win8 rolled back to win7 so i could still bench wink.gif
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Most people don't make changes within windows when using a daily rig, mainly just for benching & trying to squeeze out an extra couple points.
Aisuite is about the worst of the OC software that comes with boards. Great boards, but weird software... WARNING - your processor is not overheating
Haha exiting aisuite is like breathing to me I haven't seen that warning since my board was brand new. I never let any cores blip over 75 under any circumstances.(might break that rule soon I need to get to 5ghz) this is pissin me off

I don't have a mobo waterblock for those clocks to be a goal quite yet.. I got the fans and most radiators for it though. and 1 pump.. that pump might be able to power all the tubing and rads though get another pump when I can afford but this alphacool vp655 solo is a beast of a pump.
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Haha exiting aisuite is like breathing to me I haven't seen that warning since my board was brand new. I never let any cores blip over 75 under any circumstances.(might break that rule soon I need to get to 5ghz) this is pissin me off

I don't have a mobo waterblock for those clocks to be a goal quite yet.. I got the fans and most radiators for it though. and 1 pump.. that pump might be able to power all the tubing and rads though get another pump when I can afford but this alphacool vp655 solo is a beast of a pump.

I have the phase changers so run sub-zero fairly often, aisuite kept popping up warnings about the cpu being cold tongue.gif
    
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To this ......
lmaosmiley.gif
Replaced Agility 3 , got 2nd 256gb 840 Pro , raided it up with the other one i had . Single biggest improvment ive done in ages smile.gif

Very nice improvement, you might have some room to improve the 4K write which should be higher.

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I have the phase changers so run sub-zero fairly often, aisuite kept popping up warnings about the cpu being cold tongue.gif
haha damn I haven't been so fortunate as to get into subzero yet. Best cooling solution I have used is an h100 and "winter"(its not real winter itz AZ so its not like theres any snow anywhere but i figure this will give me some flexibility with lack of condensation for some instence 24/7s down the line ) (list:feser xhanger 480 and 360, 3 hp proliant delta fans)
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I have the phase changers so run sub-zero fairly often, aisuite kept popping up warnings about the cpu being cold tongue.gif

...I am a reluctant defender of AISuite, finding that its not inconsiderable bugs (your mobo is -139 C, w/o sub zero cooling, or your DRAM v = - 2.35v tongue.gif ) are outweighed by the benefits...every single HWBot record I have was done with AISuite...though doing OC through BIOS and not loading AISuite frees up additional CPU cycles...my main reason is that I go up to 5.125 to 5.2 for benching, whereby my daily is 4.875 @ 1.340v

smile.gif ...another set of (this time more detailed) review / comparisons of the new Ivy-E models here: http://uk.hardware.info/reviews/4761/intel-core-i7-4960x---4930k--4820k-ivy-bridge-e-review-22nm-powerhouse ...seems to me that there is a 3-6% performance differential for 4960X > 3970X, though also an OC 'wall' at around 4.5GHz or the Ivy-E (which may be BIOS related for now)...put differently, if your Sandy-E clocks between 200 and 300MHz higher than Ivy-E (ie your Sandy-E goes 4.8GHz or faster), than an upgrade may not make much sense...again, qualifying this statement subject to future BIOS upgrades for Ivy-E.
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