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Thanks a lot for the responses guys!

All fun and games I must say biggrin.gif

I'll also play around with sata connections.
Mine is connected to the intel one 6gbps

And the "-" might be explained then - as I was on an older bios before.
1616 if memory serves me right!
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For a long time my DVD ROM kept vanishing and not showing up as a drive. When I changed around my sata ports for some reason it fixed this and also my slow boot time.

Running strong at 4.5 played BF3 all night with no crashing manual voltage 1.3.
Thanks heaps for the help guys.
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I had Windows 7 on a ssd drive with a hard drive for the storage. When I upgraded to Windows 8 I lost my hard drive.

It is showing up in bios but Win 8 is not seeing it.

I have tried the new intel chipset and MEI drivers. No luck.....

When connected to AsMedia sata 3 it works just fine. No matter what I seem to do, the hard drive won't
show up on the intel sata 3 plug...

I have tried my ssd in both Intel sata 3 connectors and it works and both the ssd drive and the hard drive always show
up in bios. Running 1708. Just noticed this second that there is a new bios but that should not
be the problem.....

Any suggestions?? going to sleep!! been up all night.... sorry for the typing......
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Description SABERTOOTH Z77 BIOS 1805
Improve system stability.
File Size
4,41 (MBytes) 2013.01.10 update

Flashed via AI SuiteII



And LOL at what I do, right after flashing the BIOS:


Edited by Totally Dubbed - 1/10/13 at 6:28am
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Originally Posted by asuman1179 View Post

Yeah going to start the problem solving this weekend. Just don't have the time to dive in deep this week.

Did some reading last night in bed and figured out the issue. My card reader that plugs into the USB was the problem. What I don't get is why this was not a problem in the past but just started in the last few months. Happy to have figured it out!
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Yesterday I updated ai suite and after that I updated bios from 1504 to 1616 after reboot when login bsod in recovery mode I un installed ai suite. Now windows works again but if I try to restart bsod.
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Yesterday I updated ai suite and after that I updated bios from 1504 to 1616 after reboot when login bsod in recovery mode I un installed ai suite. Now windows works again but if I try to restart bsod.

Re-flash the BIOS- this time flash the latest one.
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okey thanks will try thatl later
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Originally Posted by tienjoh View Post

okey thanks will try thatl later

If you have trouble with the software, do it via the USB flashback tool smile.gif
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Originally Posted by Luke88 View Post

May I join the club ?

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A Beauty.

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Originally Posted by CODELESS View Post

hi ther guys,

anyone have issues with thier H100i on their sabertooths ?

i have had to reseat mine now for the 3rd time.
my average temps in the beginning was 32c and from my last reseat its gone down to 29c
when i look at real temp, my core0 is always in the 31-33 range while core123 are in the 24-26-28 range ? is this normal ?
i have the stock fans on the H100i and i have put rubber mountings on the plate at the back of the board for the H100i
as i read alot of people are having trouble seating their H100i's properly
i5 3570k cpu at stock clock of 3.8
0

That seems pretty normal to me. 1 core is always going to be hotter. The lowest my cores have gotten with my H100 (not i) was 16. That was with 2 SP120s at full blast over night in the cold air of the winter...

mid 20s to low 30s are normal for idle to low activity.

You should be more concerned about putting load and seeing what your temps are then. On 3.8GHZ I don't break 60C even if my fans are turned all the way down.


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Originally Posted by Totally Dubbed View Post

I actually timed it this time...
I'm being too picky I think
25seconds boot up time lol.

I'll film it this time.

EDIT:
30 seconds exactly, on video:

(You should be able to see the video, if not click this link):
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=izU0vHNjeEM


Basically what I was saying beforehand was that "clicking noise" coming before the windows logo had been formulated.
As you can see I'm being picky, but I would love it if I were able to boot it up faster tongue.gif

This is very strange to me. It almost sounds like a fan kicks in too. Is there a CD in the DVD drive? That will delay startup.
How many services and processes do you have at idle on boot?
A USB external drive will delay startup as well.

My rig boots from the Asus logo to into windows in around 15 seconds. (with no external and no cd in the drive) SSD is in the brown 6gb/s sata intel ports. I am not running the latest bios though.
Edited by MotherFo - 1/10/13 at 8:29am
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