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    Yes (and I DO have an ASRock motherboard).
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    Yes (but I DO NOT have an ASRock motherboard).
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    No (and I DO have an ASRock motherboard).
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post #2181 of 9489
Quote:
Originally Posted by ibramoussadi View Post

Hello guys! I have a huge problem with this motherboard, everything was ok before but the 2.7 update seems to have messed up with my overclock settings, now some settings of the cpu oc are missing and I cannot seem to find them.
But the biggest problem now is that now I cannot even overclock , there is a virtual limit of the mutiplier up to 38. So even if I wirte I higher number it wont let me and it reverts back to 38, it's super wierd. So I end up being stuck at 38.
I have tried to clear the cmos but no use, tried also to downgrade the bios and no change at all. Currenly I'm in 2.2 bios version.
I have an unlocked Ivy bridge i5 with a asrock z77 extreme4.
I hope someone can help me please, because I've already wasted to much time to try to fix it....

Have you tried pulling the battery out and waiting a bit then putting it back in? If it doesn't work after that call asrock
post #2182 of 9489
Quote:
Originally Posted by ibramoussadi View Post

Hello guys! I have a huge problem with this motherboard, everything was ok before but the 2.7 update seems to have messed up with my overclock settings, now some settings of the cpu oc are missing and I cannot seem to find them.
But the biggest problem now is that now I cannot even overclock , there is a virtual limit of the mutiplier up to 38. So even if I wirte I higher number it wont let me and it reverts back to 38, it's super wierd. So I end up being stuck at 38.
I have tried to clear the cmos but no use, tried also to downgrade the bios and no change at all. Currenly I'm in 2.2 bios version.
I have an unlocked Ivy bridge i5 with a asrock z77 extreme4.
I hope someone can help me please, because I've already wasted to much time to try to fix it....

I hope you can sort it out. What about reverting to the bios prior to 2.7.

I never ever update my bios unless absolutely necessary. Weird things can happen, even with the most reputable of motherboard manufacturers.
post #2183 of 9489
Hello Forum Members.

Anyone experience this guide with a Asus Sabertooth z77 mobo?

Rest of my parts:
CPU: i53570k
CPU Cooler: Noctua DH-14
Ram: Corsair Vengeance 2x8 16gig 1600Mhz
PSU: AX1200i
Tower: Switch 810 SE Gunmetal
SSD1: Intel 520 240gig
SSD2: Intel X25-M 80gig
HDD: WD Black Caviar 1TB
GPU1: EVGA GTX680
GPU2: EVGA GT610
post #2184 of 9489
Quote:
Originally Posted by MrHamm View Post

Hello Forum Members.
Anyone experience this guide with a Asus Sabertooth z77 mobo?
Rest of my parts:
CPU: i53570k
CPU Cooler: Noctua DH-14
Ram: Corsair Vengeance 2x8 16gig 1600Mhz
PSU: AX1200i
Tower: Switch 810 SE Gunmetal
SSD1: Intel 520 240gig
SSD2: Intel X25-M 80gig
HDD: WD Black Caviar 1TB
GPU1: EVGA GTX680
GPU2: EVGA GT610

Is there not an Asus SB/IB OCing forum?
post #2185 of 9489
My Apologize for my ignorance. I'm a dummy.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1291703/ivy-bridge-overclocking-guide-asus-motherboards


Thank you.
Edited by MrHamm - 12/15/12 at 10:05am
post #2186 of 9489
Quote:
Originally Posted by MrHamm View Post

My Apologize for my ignorance. I'm a dummy.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1291703/ivy-bridge-overclocking-guide-asus-motherboards
Thank you.

I really did not know if there was or not. I guess overclocking.net has got all the major mobo manufacturers covered. I latched right onto the the ASRock forum. I suspect this site is rich with information.

marty
post #2187 of 9489
Hey thank you for a nice detailed guide!
question: i have a sandy bridge i7-2600k and i can't use a ratio of 43 or higher. Everytime i put anything higher it just goes back to 42 and thats it.
any help is appreciated.
post #2188 of 9489
Hi guys, OC'ing newbie here (3570k/H100). Quick question, I've followed this guide, and I managed to stable 4.4 on -0.10v offset (my stock value was 1.12 on load) Thing is, setting the multiplier to 45+ will cause my PC to not start up at all. Been doing some research and a possible cause to this is the low voltage. I've tried upping the voltage to up to +0.06 and it still doesn't boot up. I'm forced to use the FLASH CMOS button everytime I push the multiplier to 45. I'm on stable 4.4 for now but I'd to go higher without this annoying issue. Any suggestions?
post #2189 of 9489
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Originally Posted by chewbacca90 View Post

Hi guys, OC'ing newbie here (3570k/H100). Quick question, I've followed this guide, and I managed to stable 4.4 on -0.10v offset (my stock value was 1.12 on load) Thing is, setting the multiplier to 45+ will cause my PC to not start up at all. Been doing some research and a possible cause to this is the low voltage. I've tried upping the voltage to up to +0.06 and it still doesn't boot up. I'm forced to use the FLASH CMOS button everytime I push the multiplier to 45. I'm on stable 4.4 for now but I'd to go higher without this annoying issue. Any suggestions?

Clearly if you want to OC beyond 4.4 you're going to have to up your voltage. You're not even close to your voltage limit so as long as your temperatures are ok there should be nothing stopping you from upping that CPU voltage.
post #2190 of 9489
Quote:
Originally Posted by PuffinMyLye View Post

Clearly if you want to OC beyond 4.4 you're going to have to up your voltage. You're not even close to your voltage limit so as long as your temperatures are ok there should be nothing stopping you from upping that CPU voltage.

Yes, about that... My temperatures on full load go up to 85°C currently, but if I raise the offset to +0.05 or more, it hits 105 (for the 1h test, 5 min peaks at 98ish) >_< Shouldn't this NOT happen with H100? I'm running normal configuration (no push-pull), and I got another 4 10x10 chassis fans installed (everything's set to full speed by default, 3 pin connectors on all fans so I can't really modify speed for the time being), using Thermaltake TG-2 compound too. Made sure everything is properly connected, yet my temperatures are damn higher than I expected them to be. Am I doing something wrong? Full system specs are:

HAF 912
Z77 Extreme4
2x 4GB 1600Mhz Kingston HyperX
3570k
H100
EVGA GTX 670
120GB Force GT
1TB Caviar Black

One more question, I can't figure out how to properly set up CPU LLC, should it make my CPU-Z vcore and Bios vcore values the same?

Thanks for the quick reply btw.
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