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post #1471 of 6918
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Originally Posted by Tiktok79 View Post

Why bump the "CPU Current Capability" to 140%? What does this option do for overclocking?
It is not necessary but it may help with your OCing.
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CPU Current Capability can be set to 140% to override the level of over current protection of the CPU, allowing the CPU to drain more current from the CPU PWM, delivering more margins for the CPU to clock just a little higher.
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post #1472 of 6918
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Originally Posted by user2012 View Post

hey guys I have a quick question: does anyone know if this board can charge the new iPad by USB, without using any special software -- that is, when you plug it in, does the iPad charge normally or does it say "not charging"? The iPad needs more power than other USB devices and my current board can't charge it. Thanks!
There is a usb charger port..dont own an ipad so not sure
post #1473 of 6918
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Originally Posted by user2012 View Post

hey guys I have a quick question: does anyone know if this board can charge the new iPad by USB, without using any special software -- that is, when you plug it in, does the iPad charge normally or does it say "not charging"? The iPad needs more power than other USB devices and my current board can't charge it. Thanks!

Yes it can, you enable USB Charger+ in the AI Suite.
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post #1474 of 6918
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Originally Posted by jcho285 View Post

I'm installing a new system with sabertooth z77/3770k.
Everything is fine until I install nvidia drivers, latest or 301.10.
It crashes after windows splash and hangs.
Video card is gtx 680 and that's not the issue because I'm trying 2 different cards.
Anyone know what the cause might be?
Everything loaded in defualt in the newest bios will crash also.
So far I changed this with another board and it seems to have the same problem.
Thought it was faulty 3770k so I tried with my p68 board and it works fine.
Pcie slot is set to gen2.

Someone on another board had issues with THREE 680's. Found that the PCIe controller in the CPU went bad. Once he had his 3770K replaced with a new one...crashes stopped! You might want to look into this. Here is the thread...

http://www.evga.com/forums/tm.aspx?m=1673640
post #1475 of 6918
Hey guys, just setup a new PC with this board and need some help.

It seems every time I restart my PC, my USB devices seem to act up. For example, my Razer Naga mouse will work, but I will not be able to open the software to configure it. Once I unplug the mouse, it gives me the "no razer naga mouse detected" message while also finally opening the software. Once I unplug and replug the mouse like this, the software will open up again just fine. However, the problem comes back when I reboot. It happens with all 4 USB 2.0 ports at the top of the board.

The other thing that's odd too is, if I switch the power supply ON after it's been off for a bit, my Leopold mechanical keyboard lights all come on...Caps Lock/Num Lock/etc. even though the PC is off. Once I boot the PC and shut down normally, it stops. I can replicate the issue by either unplugging the power supply from the wall or turning off the switch for a minute.

I've already tried disabling USB power saving features in Windows, and have it all set to high performance. Is there anything in the UEFI that addresses USB power saving or charging? It seems like the device is working(my mouse) but the software doesn't detect it and is locked up until I replug it. I've tried older versions of Razer Naga drivers and the new synapse software with the same result. I hope my board doesn't have faulty USB ports, since everything else has been 100% great. I'm running the latest UEFI/BIOS revision.

PS - The same mouse and keyboard never had any issues with my old board(ASUS P8P67 + i7 2600.)
post #1476 of 6918
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Originally Posted by lawlbringer View Post

Hey guys, just setup a new PC with this board and need some help.
It seems every time I restart my PC, my USB devices seem to act up. For example, my Razer Naga mouse will work, but I will not be able to open the software to configure it. Once I unplug the mouse, it gives me the "no razer naga mouse detected" message while also finally opening the software. Once I unplug and replug the mouse like this, the software will open up again just fine. However, the problem comes back when I reboot. It happens with all 4 USB 2.0 ports at the top of the board.
The other thing that's odd too is, if I switch the power supply ON after it's been off for a bit, my Leopold mechanical keyboard lights all come on...Caps Lock/Num Lock/etc. even though the PC is off. Once I boot the PC and shut down normally, it stops. I can replicate the issue by either unplugging the power supply from the wall or turning off the switch for a minute.
I've already tried disabling USB power saving features in Windows, and have it all set to high performance. Is there anything in the UEFI that addresses USB power saving or charging? It seems like the device is working(my mouse) but the software doesn't detect it and is locked up until I replug it. I've tried older versions of Razer Naga drivers and the new synapse software with the same result. I hope my board doesn't have faulty USB ports, since everything else has been 100% great. I'm running the latest UEFI/BIOS revision.
PS - The same mouse and keyboard never had any issues with my old board(ASUS P8P67 + i7 2600.)

Only thing I would check is that all your USB can run in legacy mode in bios. I have a Thermaltake Black Element mouse and Thermaltake Challenger Ultimate keyboard. Had some issues, initially, with the keyboard, where it would lock up the QWERTY keys after I opened AI suite, but not since bios 1206. Supposedly that bios addressed USB issues. What bios are you running?
post #1477 of 6918
Is anyone going to share there overclock bios settings,

Im sure some are getting differnt prefomance results from different settings.
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post #1478 of 6918
When my Coollaboratories liquid ultra arrives which should have been today but I guess tomorrow now, I'll post my results with UEFI Screenshots.
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When my Coollaboratories liquid ultra arrives which should have been today but I guess tomorrow now, I'll post my results with UEFI Screenshots.

Sounds great nice looking rig you have there.

We can also save our profile settings to a flash drive and share them. ( For those to lazy to do it the hard way )

Unfortanately this forum does not allow that file type to be uploaded frown.gif
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OCZ 120 SSD LG Sata RASA 360 CPU GPU Loop Windows 7 Ultimate 
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
ASUS VE278Q LED Corsair Vengeance K60 FPS Gaming Keyboard OCZ 1000w NZXT Switch 810 Case White 
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post #1480 of 6918
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Originally Posted by lawlbringer View Post

It seems every time I restart my PC, my USB devices seem to act up.
Damn. My steelseries diablo III mouse is acting up too and I was convinced it was the mouse's fault.
Now you got me thinking.
Sometimes after a reboot it wont even get detected by windows and I have to unplug/replug for it to work.
Some other times after shutting down the pc, the leds will stay on.
In UEFI it will just move sideways and not upside down.

I'm on the 1015 bios, but I 'm afraid of updating after reading all the reports for missing options after bios updates in this thread.
If you go through with it , let us konw how it went.

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Is anyone going to share there overclock bios settings,
Surprisingly enough, mine are exactly set as yours, except for PLL voltage which I've lowered to 1.65v-1.7v with no difference temp-wise whatsoever.
Results in cpuz are 0.960v idle and 1.200v under linx.
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