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I'm having a terrible experience with mine. My board doesn't detect my 560 Ti. I am 110% sure it's the board. The graphics card has worked perfectly fine on my old AMD platform (M5A97 Pro). Only on-board graphics is working on this.
I tried changing all the relevant settings in the bios with no luck.

Z77X-D3H, F15 bios.

Running 2500K alongside it.
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Originally Posted by hpmoon View Post

Adding to this, I found even the latest August 2012 build of Easy Tune 6 to be a horrible application that crashes constantly and fails to save fan settings (the graph needs to be re-configured each time I restart). Gigabyte are arrogantly lazy in their app development. I had gone the 100% PWM 4-pin fan route, probably just because I could (this is one of the few motherboards that facilitates PWM on all System fans, not just the CPU one). Not worth it because of the horrible PWM management that sends the fans into high gear almost always.
I don't think a fan controller would help much, would it? You still end up manually fiddling knobs, right?
That depends. wink.gif Usually my rigs have fan controllers. I try to incorporate enough cooling capacity that it's mostly "set and forget" unless I'm stress testing or otherwise hitting the system pretty hard, and then turning a few knobs doesn't bother me.

Oh, and welcome to OCN.
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Adding to this, I found even the latest August 2012 build of Easy Tune 6 to be a horrible application that crashes constantly and fails to save fan settings (the graph needs to be re-configured each time I restart). Gigabyte are arrogantly lazy in their app development. I had gone the 100% PWM 4-pin fan route, probably just because I could (this is one of the few motherboards that facilitates PWM on all System fans, not just the CPU one). Not worth it because of the horrible PWM management that sends the fans into high gear almost always.
I don't think a fan controller would help much, would it? You still end up manually fiddling knobs, right?
I just need one fan controller for one of my gtx480s since it has a spitfire cooler and a 140mm fan on it (could also put it on silver arrow but those fans stay at 6v most of the time).

Also: NEVER install the tune6 on windows 8. It completely crashes the OS and every time you boot it gets into windows, then everything comes to a crawl and eventually it locks up. I had to restore point to get rid of it.
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This is my final results: 4.4 Mhz

4.4 Mhz @ 1.225 Volts - stable - passed intelburn test and prime95

Everything is left on default setting except the following:

Turbo boost................................disable
C1E...........................................disa ble
C3/C6........................................disable
CPU EIST....................................disable
Vcore Loadline Calibration...............TURBO


idlle temp 35-39 c - a bit too high?

Intelburn test temp 81C (CPU usage: 100%. stress level = standard. Times to run: 10)
Prime95 temp 72ish (blend test. number of torture: 4)

for some reason second core (#2) always have higher temp than the rest
the highest i seen it go is 62C playing BF3 at ultra settings (GPU max temp was 73c) and i think thats the most intense stress i put in my cpu. cuz other than bf3, i just surf the net and youtube

what you guys think of my temp? but honestly, my cpu will never run at full load
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yea it looks good. I mentioned to you that if you always want to run at that OC then you can disable those. But if you want the CPU to drop frequency and votlage when it is idle, then you can enable Turbo and EIST and then use OFFSET vcore, prob in the minus.
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yea it looks good. I mentioned to you that if you always want to run at that OC then you can disable those. But if you want the CPU to drop frequency and votlage when it is idle, then you can enable Turbo and EIST and then use OFFSET vcore, prob in the minus.

I do kinda want my freq to drop and voltage at idle

so how do i do this:

Turbo boost................................Enable (then set the all 4 turbo to 44mhz?)
C1E...........................................disa ble
C3/C6........................................disable
CPU EIST...................................enable

how about the vcore voltage? leave back in auto? or 1.225volts?

also, how do i set the offset volt? .. what is it called on the bios? i dont remember seen it?
also what should it be?

thanks Sino
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Offset is dynamic vcore. You set CPU Vcore to normal to allow it.
Then you find your VID with Coretemp and add or subtract voltage from that value using offset to get your system stable.
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