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ok here are my bios screen shuts and a picture i took after doing 12 hours of prime95 yesterday i woul like to mention that i use a antec kulher 920 for the cpu
vcore stays at 1.208v for almost all the test the room temp was 28 Celsius






Hot room..Ambient 28c!
post #1662 of 6919
Ok I got my new sabertooth z77 mobo!!!! everything is working great now!!!! i must of had a faulty mobo! Ill post pics hopefully later tonight along with screenshot of what I'm running at!:thumb! thumb.gif
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Ok I got my new sabertooth z77 mobo!!!! everything is working great now!!!! i must of had a faulty mobo! Ill post pics hopefully later tonight along with screenshot of what I'm running at!:thumb! thumb.gif
Awesome. glad it worked out:D
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I just built a new computer. First two Asus P8Z77-V Pro motherboards were bad and had to be RMA'd. So I upgraded to the Z77 Sabertooth thinking I might have better luck with the top of the line board. The 2nd PCIe card slot went bad as soon as I got it home. Had to RMA that one, so now I"ve got Asus motherboard number 4 and its working. I'd be happy but there is another issue that's pissing me off.

My Asus Sabertooth Z77 takes over 60 seconds to post! That's unacceptable! I have an SSD boot drive and windows loads in 15 seconds to desktop and is usable, but I have to wait over a minute for the board to post.

Can anyone tell me if there is a fix for this issue? I've always loved Asus, but after this build, I may never use them again, its been a nightmare.
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Edited by Fencer55 - 7/20/12 at 7:06pm
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I will try the new BIOS today, but I disable the splash screen for faster boot, then reduce the wait time from 5 to 3 seconds (this option appears when you disable splash). Makes for a really quick boot time with an SSD. Also, disabling the windows loading screen helps boot faster.
Blatsz sorry to hear that man, RMA is no fun. Will asus RMA a pin issue?
Will try changing LLC to very high today and also adjusting the offset. Since my vcore on auto is spiking to 1.4, I'm thinking I will set the offset to -0.05 and work my way down from there. Thanks for the help javaneze!!
System perfectly stable at 4.7 ghz for the moment, and with high loads it doesn't get over 67c and hasn't crashed at all in 3 days. In intel IBT the temps will very briefly spike into the low 90s, though this is at an auto VCore of 1.4 and I think 4.7 is doable with much less voltage. I will fiddle with offset and try to get a 4.8 OC this afternoon on lower voltages.

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I just built a new computer. First two Asus P8Z77-V Pro motherboards were bad and had to be RMA'd. So I upgraded to the Z77 Sabertooth thinking I might have better luck with the top of the line board. The 2nd PCIe card slot went bad as soon as I got it home. Had to RMA that one, so now I"ve got Asus motherboard number 4 and its working. I'd be happy but there is another issue that's pissing me off.
My Asus Sabertooth Z77 takes over 60 seconds to post! That's unacceptable! I have an SSD boot drive and windows loads in 15 seconds to desktop and is usable, but I have to wait over a minute for the board to post.
Can anyone tell me if there is a fix for this issue? I've always loved Asus, but after this build, I may never use them again, its been a nightmare.
.

Talked about here.. have you tried this yet and have you updated to latest bios? And i agree with you,,new products always have new problems.. But i have come to expect that from any manufacturer.. I dont know of any single one with a perfect record.thumb.gif
Edited by Hanoverfist - 7/20/12 at 7:40pm
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Originally Posted by Fencer55 View Post

I just built a new computer. First two Asus P8Z77-V Pro motherboards were bad and had to be RMA'd. So I upgraded to the Z77 Sabertooth thinking I might have better luck with the top of the line board. The 2nd PCIe card slot went bad as soon as I got it home. Had to RMA that one, so now I"ve got Asus motherboard number 4 and its working. I'd be happy but there is another issue that's pissing me off.
My Asus Sabertooth Z77 takes over 60 seconds to post! That's unacceptable! I have an SSD boot drive and windows loads in 15 seconds to desktop and is usable, but I have to wait over a minute for the board to post.
Can anyone tell me if there is a fix for this issue? I've always loved Asus, but after this build, I may never use them again, its been a nightmare.
.

What do you have plugged into the USB headers? My saber did that as well with a card reader. You can confirm this by unplugging all of the things in USB headers and inserting them one at a time and rebooting. If that's the problem, that is!! Try updating to the latest bios and see if that helps. Try disabling legacy support if you find that to be the problem still after updating the bios.

Where, exactly, does it hang?

Hopefully that helps.
Edited by lzepplin01 - 7/20/12 at 7:48pm
post #1667 of 6919
I'm new here so hello everybody!
I got my Sabertooth Z77 a week ago, since my old P8P67 has passed away.
I'm still having my Core i7 2600k and G.Skill F3-12800CL9D-8GBSR2 1.25v
At first, after building the system, I turner on the comp and everything seemed to be fine so I started to install all drivers for the new mobo.
After a few reboots needed by driver installation, the computer started to randomly freeze.
I decided to run prime95 to test system stability and I got an instant freeze and after turning off and on again, the system won't post anymore, having the cpu red led on.
I thought the cpu was damaged so I got a G530 and after installing it I started to get dram red led and I had to move the 2 dimms to B1 and B2, no other combination would let the computer post.
Today I updated the bios with the 1403 version and for my surprise, dualchannel is working perfectly now, so I decided to give it a second try to my 2600k with the new bios and the computer posted! and I made it to the windows desktop, but only for 10 minutes till it got freeze and never posted again having the red cpu led on.
Btw, my 2600k was tested in a different mobo and it's working.

Could it be that 2600k + SB z77 + F3-12800CL9D-8GBSR2 is a bad combination?

Any help is welcomed and sorry for my bad english + the text wall smile.gif
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There have been a few people to post about slow start up speeds with an SSD drive. I have a few recommendations for you if you are looking for super fast boot up speeds and have a Sabertooth Z77.

1.) Go into the Advanced Setting of the BIOS. Go to the Boot menu, and scroll down to Full Screen Logo. Disable this.

2.) When you do, an option will appear (the name of which I can't remember), but it will have something to do with a wait time and it is 5 seconds by default. Change this to three. I have found three seconds is still plenty of time to hit delete to get into the Bios.

3.) This one will disable the windows splash screen displayed before entering your password to get into windows.
1 – Click on the Start Menu.
2 – Click on Control Panel.
3 – Click on System and Security.
4 – Click on Administrative Tools.
5 – Double click on System Configuration.
6 – Click on the Boot tab.
7 -- Check the box called No GUI Boot

Here is a link to some other things you can do to perhaps increase the performance of the SSD:
http://www.tech-forums.net/pc/f128/ssd-tweak-guide-236563/

Of course, make sure the firmware on your SSD is the latest and make sure all of your drivers and BIOSes are up to date.
And be careful, especially if you decide to do some of the tweaks that involve registry editing!!!
Edited by lzepplin01 - 7/20/12 at 8:13pm
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There have been a few people to post about slow start up speeds with an SSD drive. I have a few recommendations for you if you are looking for super fast boot up speeds and have a Sabertooth Z77.
1.) Go into the Advanced Setting of the BIOS. Go to the Boot menu, and scroll down to Full Screen Logo. Disable this.
2.) When you do, an option will appear (the name of which I can't remember), but it will have something to do with a wait time and it is 5 seconds by default. Change this to three. I have found three seconds is still plenty of time to hit delete to get into the Bios.
3.) This one will disable the windows splash screen displayed before entering your password to get into windows.
1 – Click on the Start Menu.
2 – Click on Control Panel.
3 – Click on System and Security.
4 – Click on Administrative Tools.
5 – Double click on System Configuration.
6 – Click on the Boot tab.
7 -- Check the box called No GUI Boot
Here is a link to some other things you can do to perhaps increase the performance of the SSD:
http://www.tech-forums.net/pc/f128/ssd-tweak-guide-236563/
Of course, make sure the firmware on your SSD is the latest and make sure all of your drivers and BIOSes are up to date.
And be careful, especially if you decide to do some of the tweaks that involve registry editing!!!

Good Info:thumb:
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I'm new here so hello everybody!
I got my Sabertooth Z77 a week ago, since my old P8P67 has passed away.
I'm still having my Core i7 2600k and G.Skill F3-12800CL9D-8GBSR2 1.25v
At first, after building the system, I turner on the comp and everything seemed to be fine so I started to install all drivers for the new mobo.
After a few reboots needed by driver installation, the computer started to randomly freeze.
I decided to run prime95 to test system stability and I got an instant freeze and after turning off and on again, the system won't post anymore, having the cpu red led on.
I thought the cpu was damaged so I got a G530 and after installing it I started to get dram red led and I had to move the 2 dimms to B1 and B2, no other combination would let the computer post.
Today I updated the bios with the 1403 version and for my surprise, dualchannel is working perfectly now, so I decided to give it a second try to my 2600k with the new bios and the computer posted! and I made it to the windows desktop, but only for 10 minutes till it got freeze and never posted again having the red cpu led on.
Btw, my 2600k was tested in a different mobo and it's working.
Could it be that 2600k + SB z77 + F3-12800CL9D-8GBSR2 is a bad combination?
Any help is welcomed and sorry for my bad english + the text wall smile.gif

Have you used them in a2 and b2, thats where they should be?
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