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post #2291 of 6915
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Originally Posted by Lesiunta View Post

Dammit Jim!
Prime95 failed in about an hour or so but IBT was a pass.
I'm thinking I gotta go back to the Bios and keep adjust not only VCCSA to 1.11v (was 1.10v) but the VCCIO as well, not to mention CPU PLL Voltage. (going off the Z77 UEFI OC Tuning Guide PDF that you linked in your post).
I also wonder if it is indeed my 3770K's IMC is not as good as I thought it would be with 2400MHz, but in any event you think that tweaking "DRAM Read and Write Additional Swizzle" in the bios will help the Prime95 instability?
Or is this pretty much it, just drop down to 2133MHz and call it a day?

Yeah that swizzle thing i am unsure about TBH..and think of your real world usage of your computer.. do you experience any instability doing normal stuff. I know these programs stress things to the max but normally you wont even be close to it.. I normally dont even clock this high.. I save an OC profile in the tools menu in the bios for when I am feelin Frisky.. and normal operations for me are pretty stock settings.. I have to work off this thing.. I have given you some good Tools to start with now its time for your own journey to begin with the hardware you have.. should be fun for you.. wheee.gif
as i mentioned before..sometimes throwing more volts at it will not be Fruitful smile.gif
post #2292 of 6915
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Originally Posted by Elenion View Post

I am on a wind cooler, NH-D14.
Does print screen on BIOS automatically creates a ss somewhere? or do you have to paste it later?
I have exact same setting as yours except I left my RAM to extreme profile, basically doing what it's suppose to do.
What are your suggestions? Should I keep persue 4500 mhz with minus offset now? What is the indication of instability? (won't boot?)
When in the bios..insert a usb stick and press f12.. that saves it to the stick in BMP format.. you will need a conversion program to convert that image to JPG to upload it.
Not booting is the extreme end of instability..other forms are say startup programs will crash when boot to windows..
Your cooler may need to be remounted and what thermal paste are you using and did you apply it right? The key to that is good contact and just the right amount of paste..
http://benchmarkreviews.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=150&Itemid=62&limit=1&limitstart=4

Its up to you how hard you want to push your hardware.. think about the life span of your stuff.. thumb.gif
Edited by Hanoverfist - 8/21/12 at 10:41am
post #2293 of 6915
Sorry when i start a new question.

I have a problem with the program ai suite. The sabertooth has the thermalradar and you can run it with ai suite... but if i want to start it there's a problem that it couldn't find the "AsusFanControlService.fanControlManager" i have already searched in google but every solution didn't work.

can somebody help me?

Thanks a lot.

Snapky
post #2294 of 6915
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Originally Posted by Snapky View Post

Sorry when i start a new question.
I have a problem with the program ai suite. The sabertooth has the thermalradar and you can run it with ai suite... but if i want to start it there's a problem that it couldn't find the "AsusFanControlService.fanControlManager" i have already searched in google but every solution didn't work.
can somebody help me?
Thanks a lot.
Snapky

Are you using the latest version? AI suite ll V 1.04.04 http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/Intel_Socket_1155/SABERTOOTH_Z77/#download
post #2295 of 6915
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Originally Posted by Snapky View Post

Sorry when i start a new question.

I have a problem with the program ai suite. The sabertooth has the thermalradar and you can run it with ai suite... but if i want to start it there's a problem that it couldn't find the "AsusFanControlService.fanControlManager" i have already searched in google but every solution didn't work.

can somebody help me?

Thanks a lot.

Snapky

Hey!

I had the exact same problem as you currently have. I solved it using the following method:

Using a registry editor (e.g. regedit), go to HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\AppID\AsusFanControlService.EXE. Here you should look op the AppID of the AsusFanControlService. For me it was: {BEBCB884-9C21-4117-B30B-CED03A72B50F}.

Now navigate to HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Wow6432Node\CLSID\{14083C53-B8E7-48E4-9320-811F3478C4A4} (the FanControlManager class). In here, create a new string value (not a key!). Make the name "AppID", and modify it to give it as data value the AppID you just found (for me that was "{BEBCB884-9C21-4117-B30B-CED03A72B50F}" like I mentioned before).

Reboot and you should be good to go.

For me the problem was most likely caused by the live optimization of Tuneup Utilities. There's also a different solution to the problem but that required me to disable the live optimization which I did not want to (without doing so the problem kept reoccurring), and the above method works perfectly for me. Anyway, if the above method does not work let me know and I'll describe the alternative method for you.

Hope this helps!
Edited by keesgelder - 8/21/12 at 11:18am
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When in the bios..insert a usb stick and press f12.. that saves it to the stick in BMP format.. you will need a conversion program to convert that image to JPG to upload it.
Not booting is the extreme end of instability..other forms are say startup programs will crash when boot to windows..
Your cooler may need to be remounted and what thermal paste are you using and did you apply it right? The key to that is good contact and just the right amount of paste..
http://benchmarkreviews.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=150&Itemid=62&limit=1&limitstart=4
Its up to you how hard you want to push your hardware.. think about the life span of your stuff.. thumb.gif

I did the single drop in the center method, I guess I should reapply it when I get home from work today. What should I used to clean it with? q-tip? some even said use coffee filter. (of course using rubbing alcohol)
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I did the single drop in the center method, I guess I should reapply it when I get home from work today. What should I used to clean it with? q-tip? some even said use coffee filter. (of course using rubbing alcohol)

wipe off excess with paper towel and then use lightly soaked paper towel with the Alcohol..for the rest..clean the best you can and dry ..Paper towel is really all you need to do the job

here.. these guys are talking about it
http://www.overclock.net/t/335074/best-way-to-clean-thermal-paste-off-cpu
Edited by Hanoverfist - 8/21/12 at 11:35am
post #2298 of 6915
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Originally Posted by keesgelder View Post

Hey!
I had the exact same problem as you currently have. I solved it using the following method:
Using a registry editor (e.g. regedit), go to HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\AppID\AsusFanControlService.EXE. Here you should look op the AppID of the AsusFanControlService. For me it was: {BEBCB884-9C21-4117-B30B-CED03A72B50F}.
Now navigate to HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Wow6432Node\CLSID\{14083C53-B8E7-48E4-9320-811F3478C4A4} (the FanControlManager class). In here, create a new string value (not a key!). Make the name "AppID", and modify it to give it as data value the AppID you just found (for me that was "{BEBCB884-9C21-4117-B30B-CED03A72B50F}" like I mentioned before).
Reboot and you should be good to go.
For me the problem was most likely caused by the live optimization of Tuneup Utilities. There's also a different solution to the problem but that required me to disable the live optimization which I did not want to (without doing so the problem kept reoccurring), and the above method works perfectly for me. Anyway, if the above method does not work let me know and I'll describe the alternative method for you.
Hope this helps!

Thanks, but it didn't work. I did step by step but the error comes after the restart again -.-
post #2299 of 6915
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Thanks, but it didn't work. I did step by step but the error comes after the restart again -.-

Does it look exactly like this after you're done?:



And did you make sure to create a string value and not a key (and were the changes saved)?

Anyway, if it still doesn't help, try the following alternative method:

Uninstall the AI suite, reboot.
Then delete the 'C:\Program Files\ASUS' folder and/or 'C:\Program Files (x86)\Asus' folder. You may need to stop some processes before you can delete everything (I didn't even delete everything myself, just as much as I could). Reboot just to be sure.
Delete the Asus references from 'HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Wow6432Node\Asus' in the registry.
Delete the following Asus services from the registry: AsSysCtrlService, AsUpIO, AsusFanControlService and AsusFilter. They're located at 'HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Services'. Reboot again.
Reinstall AI suite.
If needed turn off Automatic maintenance and live optimization in Tuneup Utilities.

For me it also solved the problem, but it reoccurred after a while (probably because of the live optimization of Tuneup Utilities). Then I found the method I presented to you before which works better for me because I don't have to disable anything in Tuneup Utilities. Do you use Tuneup Utilities yourself?

I'd recommend the first method if you can get it to work. Otherwise this second approach should do the trick as well.

Hope this finally solves it! It was a big annoyance for me as well.
Edited by keesgelder - 8/21/12 at 1:21pm
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I have reintalled it and it looks same like yours xD



i haven't done anything ...


EDIT: i can't find Tuneup Utilities. should i install it?
Edited by Snapky - 8/21/12 at 1:23pm
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