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post #7191 of 9565
I would if i had any room there, my mugen 2 hangs over the vrm's/DDR mem.
In all, the airflow created by 3x scythe slipstream 120mm +a big boy 200mm would also reach the vrm's.
Ill make a pic tonight to show my setup.
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Well you can take airflow away from it (probably not the better idea if the temp is very high) or add some in some way just to see some sort of fluctuation to confirm it.
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still here guys ...dropping to say Hi! ...Still rocking 4.8ghz months later without crashes or issues whatsoever thumb.gif

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Hello Everyone

I am running on Asrock Z68 Ext3 Gen3 and Intel 2500 K on 4.8 Ghz.
Today I run 3DMark11 to check my performance and it is showing some strange things....
Reported stock core clock
3 300 MHz
Maximum turbo core clock
1 600 MHz
Any ideas why ??
http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/1388164
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Hello Everyone

I am running on Asrock Z68 Ext3 Gen3 and Intel 2500 K on 4.8 Ghz.
Today I run 3DMark11 to check my performance and it is showing some strange things....
Reported stock core clock
3 300 MHz
Maximum turbo core clock
1 600 MHz
Any ideas why ??
http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/1388164

I have had this happen too, it is nothing to worry about, it does not affect your score or your system performance. Actually it reads wrong more than it reads right for me.
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Aiite, will do when i get home.

Cheers

Hey guys,

sorry it took a little long, i took some SS of my BIOS for my x79 extreme6... i seem to have fixed the 9c, 101 issue but now i got an even worst problem... i got a 7e (corrupt OS) but when i ran the tests (sfc /scannow and chkdsk /r) it didn't find anything wrong... anyway here is my BIOS SS could you please let me know if there is any of the settings that i didn't configure properly?

The file is here

Couldn't upload it onto OCN for some reason... so i had to go with that.

I appreciate any help, thanks!
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Hey guys,

sorry it took a little long, i took some SS of my BIOS for my x79 extreme6... i seem to have fixed the 9c, 101 issue but now i got an even worst problem... i got a 7e (corrupt OS) but when i ran the tests (sfc /scannow and chkdsk /r) it didn't find anything wrong... anyway here is my BIOS SS could you please let me know if there is any of the settings that i didn't configure properly?

The file is here

Couldn't upload it onto OCN for some reason... so i had to go with that.

I appreciate any help, thanks!

Ok your bios is very similar to our 1155 boards.

You will want to have C1e enabled but all other C states can remain disabled.

All other settings look good. Why did you set a specific voltage for VCCSA? Were you having trouble w/ your ram?

Whats you idle vcore w/ the +0.095 offset?
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Im back!
Don't know if anyone remember, I had problems with freezes earlier this year. Couldn't solve them and tought it was the OC.

Guess what, it wasn't. A couple pins of my motherboard socket got bended somehow and that is what was causing all the mess. Since these kind of damages are not covered by the warranty I decided to try and fix them. It was kind of a miracle but I managed to bend them back to shape with a needle and a magnifier. After several months I found the courage to get back on the horse and start overclocking once more.
But I noticed one thing: in my bios, under cpu configuration, HT technology is showed as "not supported". I have an extreme 4 and a 3570k. How is that possible?

It's good to be back, thanks for any help you might want to give me.
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Im back!
Don't know if anyone remember, I had problems with freezes earlier this year. Couldn't solve them and tought it was the OC.

Guess what, it wasn't. A couple pins of my motherboard socket got bended somehow and that is what was causing all the mess. Since these kind of damages are not covered by the warranty I decided to try and fix them. It was kind of a miracle but I managed to bend them back to shape with a needle and a magnifier. After several months I found the courage to get back on the horse and start overclocking once more.
But I noticed one thing: in my bios, under cpu configuration, HT technology is showed as "not supported". I have an extreme 4 and a 3570k. How is that possible?

It's good to be back, thanks for any help you might want to give me.

The 3570k does not have HyperThreading, that is the 3770k. The 3570 is just the 4 cores.
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Damn I totally misread the guide. tongue.gif
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