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They seem to be pulling pretty much the same numbers as the p67/z68 boards.
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Can someone post a pic with the Noctua cpu cooler on it?

Here you go:

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Hey guy's.

Im looking to buy the i7 3770k ivy, with the Z77 SABERTOOTH board, but do NOT want to have the same problem i had with the board i have now. It was'nt compatible with the board so i had to use its feature that sets it to a setting where its usable, and its at 1066... and the ram at the time were the best on the market. 1600mhz 7-7-7-20.

So i tried finding a list stating what the board was compatible with, and couldn't find anything.... Asus havent put one up, does anyone know if this would work, and i would NOT have to use the feature to setting it to a setting where its usable?

http://www.centrecom.com.au/catalog/cmz16gx3m4a1600c9-corsair-ddr3-16gb-vengeance-1600mhz-cmz16gx3m4a1600c9-p-49693.html?sort=3a

Looking at that there.


Ill also grab an Intel 520 120GB SSD for fast OS and gaming smile.gif
post #424 of 6919
You will find that your ram at 1066MHz is actualy running at 2133MHz. The 1600MHz sticks you have will show 800MHz but actualy run at 1600MHz. Its just how it shows it. Sweet Gemini by the way thumb.gif
post #425 of 6919
Bro, legend for the car respect ahaha.


Nah man, on boot up screen it says 1066mhz. In CPU-ID i havent checked yet, but i was disappointed tongue.gif
post #426 of 6919
haha yeah there sweet cars especially with SR20's haha.

That's annoying then. In CPU-Z it will show 533MHz if its actually running at 1066Mhz then.
post #427 of 6919
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Originally Posted by Outcasst View Post

Hi guys, I have a problem with this board.
My computer won't shut down!
After I click shutdown from Windows, the screen turns off but the PC does not. Everything is still running. I have tried 4 fresh installs of Windows and all of them do the same thing.
This has nothing to do with the fan overtime setting since all fans are connected to the PSU. It is set to disabled anyway.
Edit: Problem was caused by the 301.34 graphics drivers. Rolling back to 301.25 fixed the issue.
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Funny you should say that , I am having the same issue. However I am on amd. So if anyone has any insight into this I would love to here how to fix this.
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Originally Posted by Outcasst View Post

Hi guys, I have a problem with this board.
My computer won't shut down!
After I click shutdown from Windows, the screen turns off but the PC does not. Everything is still running. I have tried 4 fresh installs of Windows and all of them do the same thing.
This has nothing to do with the fan overtime setting since all fans are connected to the PSU. It is set to disabled anyway.
Edit: Problem was caused by the 301.34 graphics drivers. Rolling back to 301.25 fixed the issue.
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Mine does the same and it does my head in.
I can press the power switch and it just hibernates/sleeps.
Or I can click start and shutdown and it just hibernates/sleeps.
In order to shut it down properly I have to hold the power button; but then when I start the PC it says my PC wasn't shut down properly and recommends to boot in safe mode.
I have Windows 7 Home Premium SP1.
I even went to advanced settings in power control, scroll down to and click "Power buttons and lid". Click power button action and click "shut down" in the drop down box.
This didn't fix it. What are these graphics drivers you've mentioned?

I got this shut down issue with my new Z77 Sabertooth too. Anyone know how to fix it?
post #428 of 6919
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I got this shut down issue with my new Z77 Sabertooth too. Anyone know how to fix it?

The not being able to shut down power bug seems to be effecting Z77 boards and Nvidia combinations. Not all OCN members have their specs listed hard to say exact pin point.

(Which btw makes it very helpful to list your BIO specs if your seeking help, by helping those helping you know what your dealing with).

As mentioned on prior posts was caused by the 301.34 graphics drivers. Rolling back to 301.25 fixed the issue. OR other solution is just use sleep mode when walking away from your computer. It has no wake from sleep bugs and next driver release it will be addressed. If your one of those that power down when you leave from your system then you should roll back to previous driver.

Welcome to OCN PaulZ biggrin.gif
     
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That ram looks like a tight fit, any way to know if a ram kit you are looking for is compatible?
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post #430 of 6919
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Originally Posted by Unleashin View Post

Hey guy's.
Im looking to buy the i7 3770k ivy, with the Z77 SABERTOOTH board, but do NOT want to have the same problem i had with the board i have now. It was'nt compatible with the board so i had to use its feature that sets it to a setting where its usable, and its at 1066... and the ram at the time were the best on the market. 1600mhz 7-7-7-20.
So i tried finding a list stating what the board was compatible with, and couldn't find anything.... Asus havent put one up, does anyone know if this would work, and i would NOT have to use the feature to setting it to a setting where its usable?
http://www.centrecom.com.au/catalog/cmz16gx3m4a1600c9-corsair-ddr3-16gb-vengeance-1600mhz-cmz16gx3m4a1600c9-p-49693.html?sort=3a
Looking at that there.
Ill also grab an Intel 520 120GB SSD for fast OS and gaming smile.gif

I have the 16gb vengeance 1866 mhz kit. works perfectly .. I OC'ed it to 2100.

Also compatibility list (QVL) - http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/Intel_Socket_1155/SABERTOOTH_Z77/
Download the manual and go to the QVL list. Those are tested and the board will auto detect settings. Other rams up to 2400mhz will work but requires bios settings.

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That ram looks like a tight fit, any way to know if a ram kit you are looking for is compatible?

http://www.noctua.at/main.php?show=compatibility_gen&products_id=34

According to Noctua it says you won't have any compatibility issues using this motherboard using any ram sticks.
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