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Those are the settings in he Bios that allows the user to adjust the settings for performance as easy manual selection id rather choose extreme for The RAM and CPU/FSB, nothing to worry about actuali these boards and drivers are a concern.
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This. Is. Awesome.
In that case I just ordered 16GB of 2133MHz ram! biggrin.gif
On the way to a friend in America, then stopping at my place in Aus! biggrin.gif
Do we have any proof though?

Give me a bit to have Prime run for awhile and I'll post a screen. smile.gif
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@ Sin ..what program .sorry for mu noobnes biggrin.gif....little tired today (every time i don't know something i tell ppl that i'm tired ) ,also had to get Intel(R) 82579V based Network Controller(OEM)
pretty nifty tool here
http://www.intel.com/p/en_US/support/detect
It works ! ..LAN Optimizer is for Atheros (bottom port )
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Ah ha. I have the Atheros driver installed but I believe when I tried to install the LAN Optimizer I had my LAN plugged into the Intel LAN port.
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have you had the power surge hub problem?
I did a while back. The newer Intel USB 3.0 drivers seemed to fix the problem. I had installed the 1.0.4.225 drivers several weeks ago and no problems since. Gigabyte now has them on their site.
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The new Intel Drivers - if you have older ones installed

Do you need to uninstall the old drivers first or just install new ones?
post #1786 of 6656
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Give me a bit to have Prime run for awhile and I'll post a screen. smile.gif

Grr, nvm. Prime died on me after a hour 32 minutes. Looks like I have some more work to do on voltages. I had a previous run that went ~3-4 hours before this.
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DavidUD5H:
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Guys, am I only one having this?
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I have just my mouse and keyboard plug to USB 2.0 ports, and Bluetooth and Printer to USB 3.0..

Lol, I cant get my iphone 4 to charge....

Easy but bad fix for this... Things you should do, in order...

1. While in Windows, try unplugging the devices one by one and switching them to another port and see if it clears the error (didn't work on mine)
2. Delete the USB Root Hubs in the device manager that are getting the error, restart, and let it reinstall drivers (didn't work on mine)
3. On your task bar, click the arrow pointing up near your clock and go to customize... Scroll down in that list until you find the error for the USB hub, set it to "Hide Icon and Notifications"... BAM! No more error.

Mine did this too for some reason, and I just set it to never show the error and I haven't had a single issue with a port working yet.

Hope that helps! smile.gif

That's how I "fixed" it.
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Ah ha. I have the Atheros driver installed but I believe when I tried to install the LAN Optimizer I had my LAN plugged into the Intel LAN port.

I will play with it some more today ..already add in BF3 last night game play was smooth ,hopefully today i will be able to tell the difference in Hit Detection Box,there is few settings that will take some time to figure tho,as far as i can tell the browser feels more responsive thumb.gif
    
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Grr, nvm. Prime died on me after a hour 32 minutes. Looks like I have some more work to do on voltages. I had a previous run that went ~3-4 hours before this.

So I'm not sure what is actually unstable at this point. Arguably I should go back to square one and work out max CPU OC and the work out max Memory OC and then work on the combination. However, insight on the symptoms would be valuable.

Currently Prime95 using custom settings:

Threads 4
Min FFT - 8
Max FFT - 4096
Memory - 12800

will throw hardware errors on 2 or 3 threads after 1 hour and 45 minutes (+- 5 minutes across 3 runs now) but the others will survive and keep chugging. Error is in rounding:

"FATAL ERROR: Rounding was 0.4991979599, expected less than 0.4"
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So I'm not sure what is actually unstable at this point. Arguably I should go back to square one and work out max CPU OC and the work out max Memory OC and then work on the combination. However, insight on the symptoms would be valuable.
Currently Prime95 using custom settings:
Threads 4
Min FFT - 8
Max FFT - 4096
Memory - 12800
will throw hardware errors on 2 or 3 threads after 1 hour and 45 minutes (+- 5 minutes across 3 runs now) but the others will survive and keep chugging. Error is in rounding:
"FATAL ERROR: Rounding was 0.4991979599, expected less than 0.4"

I don't think there is much insight into prime errors to be had. its just saying something is not stable... I would go back to square one, work out CPU first, then RAM, seeing as CPU speed is much more important to performance imo. you can try memtest or something just to check stability of RAM if your pretty sure your CPU is stable, or back off you RAM OC and rerun prime, if its stable, gata be your RAM OC was bad (or just not "compatible" with the settings you had)

Im running a much older system (X58) as my main rig, but honestly I run my 1600 RAM at 1456 just because RAM speed doens't even matter to me. I tightened my timings a tad and just run it under-clocked. (because of multiplier issues I only have 1456 and something in the 1700 range to run em at)
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