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Originally Posted by Joa3d43 View Post

...yup, I leave network I-Control off after noticing that it affects performance negatively (pics below)...

...however, I don't hate Asus' latest AI suite as much as other folks and find it useful to 'step-by-step' approach a great overclocking range in Windows 7...once there I I reset BIOS and turn AI Suite 'off' - did that with Sabertooth run at over 5.2 GHz at 1.464v (in OCN 5GHz club table) - AI Suite helps you find the general range, especially on Digi Plus settings that work best for your particular chip and speed (as it is non-linear), then the final steps are pure BIOS. ALSO: Make sure you have the latest Sabertooth Z77 version downloaded as it improved significantly upon earlier versions

My Internet speed Without Network I-control enabled



My Internet speed With Network I-control enabled


Unchecking network controler wasn't enough. I had to completly uninstall it! Still have AI Suite.
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Originally Posted by Totally Dubbed View Post

Yup tried everything:
-Unplugged the HDD's
-Changed sata location of the SSD
-Changed wire of SSD
-Re-installed drivers and controllers (latest from asus' website)

Basically that.

Mainly this post and the one below it.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1246595/official-asus-sabertooth-z77-owners-thread-club/4350_30#post_19016813

I'd still like to see what windows reports, and a screenshot of task manager and autoruns.

The only thing that seemed long was your post time, but boot time seemed fine.
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I can't seem access my BIOS after upgrading to 1708. While everything works dandy and fine, it just seems to skip initializing any of the USB devices (keyboard's numlock and caplocks don't toggle) when POST-ing.

I've read a few of these instances across the net but haven't come across any solutions. Anybody have any ideas?

Only bios 1504 works properly for me. Anything after that and i can't press Del or F2 to get into BIOS.
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if you haven already, try re flashing current bios or older version.
 
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As I've mentioned I'm on bios 1504 as it's the only version that works currently. Any version after that and I can't access the bios by pressing Del or F2 as it doesn't detect and initialize the keyboard.

Edit: Flashed to 1805, and I still can't get into BIOS.

I've tried flashing back to 1504, and setting Intel Fast Boot off, with a full USB initialization and extended POST time to 10 seconds and it seems to be wiped on the flash.

Any alternate ideas I can try?
Edited by BumbleBoner - 1/23/13 at 10:17am
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Originally Posted by MotherFo View Post

Mainly this post and the one below it.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1246595/official-asus-sabertooth-z77-owners-thread-club/4350_30#post_19016813

I'd still like to see what windows reports, and a screenshot of task manager and autoruns.

The only thing that seemed long was your post time, but boot time seemed fine.

completely forgot about that - I'll do that now smile.gif!
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sooo i have not been on here in while and im sure this topic has been touched already. But. Has anyone been overclocking an i5-3570K past 4.5? if so why? and please post you voltage settings (bios) along screenshots (cpuid ect.). I've gotten my 3570K to 4.7 with no issues while playing Battlefield 3 for a couple of hours however im not sure if i have the correct voltage settings for a sustained stress test.
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sooo i have not been on here in while and im sure this topic has been touched already. But. Has anyone been overclocking an i5-3570K past 4.5? if so why? and please post you voltage settings (bios) along screenshots (cpuid ect.). I've gotten my 3570K to 4.7 with no issues while playing Battlefield 3 for a couple of hours however im not sure if i have the correct voltage settings for a sustained stress test.

I got my i7 to 4.8, but only for a few minutes.
I didn't want to go over 1.35v.

Every chip is different remember smile.gif
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Originally Posted by MotherFo View Post

Mainly this post and the one below it.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1246595/official-asus-sabertooth-z77-owners-thread-club/4350_30#post_19016813

I'd still like to see what windows reports, and a screenshot of task manager and autoruns.

The only thing that seemed long was your post time, but boot time seemed fine.

RIGHT!
Did it - quite interesting I must say!

1. boot time:
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Code:
BootTsVersion 2 
  BootStartTime 2013-01-23T14:24:30.640400300Z 
  BootEndTime 2013-01-23T14:26:14.829414100Z 
  SystemBootInstance 179 
  UserBootInstance 176 
  BootTime 26420 
  MainPathBootTime 11820 
  BootKernelInitTime 16 
  BootDriverInitTime 367 
  BootDevicesInitTime 5473 
  BootPrefetchInitTime 0 
  BootPrefetchBytes 0 
  BootAutoChkTime 0 
  BootSmssInitTime 4339 
  BootCriticalServicesInitTime 247 
  BootUserProfileProcessingTime 101 
  BootMachineProfileProcessingTime 0 
  BootExplorerInitTime 751 
  BootNumStartupApps 15 
  BootPostBootTime 14600 
  BootIsRebootAfterInstall false 
  BootRootCauseStepImprovementBits 0 
  BootRootCauseGradualImprovementBits 0 
  BootRootCauseStepDegradationBits 0 
  BootRootCauseGradualDegradationBits 0 
  BootIsDegradation false 
  BootIsStepDegradation false 
  BootIsGradualDegradation false 
  BootImprovementDelta 0 
  BootDegradationDelta 0 
  BootIsRootCauseIdentified false 
  OSLoaderDuration 562 
  BootPNPInitStartTimeMS 16 
  BootPNPInitDuration 5488 
  OtherKernelInitDuration 168 
  SystemPNPInitStartTimeMS 5651 
  SystemPNPInitDuration 352 
  SessionInitStartTimeMS 6009 
  Session0InitDuration 2700 
  Session1InitDuration 107 
  SessionInitOtherDuration 1531 
  WinLogonStartTimeMS 10348 
  OtherLogonInitActivityDuration 618 
  UserLogonWaitDuration 122 

2. boot degradation: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

What can I do to make it faster or determine how to make it faster?
Seems like POST windows logo is what the biggest portion of the time is being spent - as correctly calculated by yourself
BootPostBootTime 14600

vs windows logo to system:
MainPathBootTime 11820

Windows is right with its boot time at 26seconds - so we're not off in that respect

3. as requested task manager (i turned off the pc, and then powered it back on) - that's all the processes on boot Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Edited by Totally Dubbed - 1/23/13 at 11:24am
post #4519 of 6915
Very true every cpu is different. I've been running my 4.7 oc at 1.29v which seems pretty damn low for a oc greater than 4.3. also do you adjust your voltage in the bios using a offset of what number or do you even use a offset?
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Originally Posted by Chillie View Post

sooo i have not been on here in while and im sure this topic has been touched already. But. Has anyone been overclocking an i5-3570K past 4.5? if so why? and please post you voltage settings (bios) along screenshots (cpuid ect.). I've gotten my 3570K to 4.7 with no issues while playing Battlefield 3 for a couple of hours however im not sure if i have the correct voltage settings for a sustained stress test.
folks been having MUCH better goes delidding... i just have mine stable at 4.5 because i didn't want to delid and max until i have some money to replace if anything went wrong redface.gif voltages for the ivys seem to always be a lot higher...
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