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Any advice for slowing my cooler down, it's the only fan in the case I can hear.
I have changed the setting in the bios to silent, but it is still spinning at about 570rpm.
I have an 3770k oc'd to 4.3 the temp is 32 at idle
My cooler is a Dark Rock Pro with is obviously power by the mobo, all the chassis fans are connected to my fan controller in my Haf-x.
The cooler is supposed to be approx 20db, but is actually 52?

Where you getting 52dba from. There is no way you should be hearing the fan at 570rpm. Either your reading something completely wrong, or the fan is not making the noise.
    
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Well, I drove to Microcenter in Ilinoise with the intention to purchase I7 3770K and Asus Sabertooth Z77, only. I got there and figured what the heck, build the system. (I plan to upgrade the video card, memory and monitor latter)

ASUS Sabertooth Z77 1155 ATX .... $239.99
I7 3770 $289.99
Corsair H80 Cooling .......................$98.99
Intell SSD520 180 GB .....................$229.99
Corsair 850 TX2 PSU..................... $134.99
Antec Lanboy Air Blue Case ...........$149.99
BlueRay Burner............................... $79.99
Total: $1,340.20 w tax.

Sorry, Newegg. I built all my other computers from Newegg. I was a Newegg fanboy, but Microcenter matched or bet all prices. I didn't get a combo deal, however walked out of Microcenter satified. Good deal? Good Build?

I am sorta concerned about only 850 PSU and Mushkin Enhanced Blackline 4GB (2 x 2GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1600 (PC3 12800) Desktop Memory Model 996744 (This is from my Gigabyte build)

I can't get the new build to boot. I tried booting from bare set up, too. This system is more difficult to put together than my Gigabyte build.
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Anyone find a solution to the fans running past shut down issue? I have yet to find a fix? new Bios out yet?
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Anyone find a solution to the fans running past shut down issue? I have yet to find a fix? new Bios out yet?

how about read this thread before posting? rolleyes.gif
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Can somebody tell me how to overclock 2500K with SABERTOOTH Z77?

When I set CPU ratio to 45 and Voltage az 1.3 I'm having a blue screen and it's not working
Also it happended when i put 1.25 V and ratio 44 frown.gif
On my previous board P8P67 Deluxe it was working well with above settings.


I would like to set my 2500K to 4.5-4.6 Ghz but i don't know what to change on motherboard to get it work properly.

I don't know a lot about overclocking and a little help would be a appreciated
post #566 of 6919
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Where you getting 52dba from. There is no way you should be hearing the fan at 570rpm. Either your reading something completely wrong, or the fan is not making the noise.

This. Unless the fan is mounted horizontally and/or has some weird motor issue with running at ~600rpm/low voltage, it should be very close to silent at that speed.

Re: fans running after shutdown, it's a feature (to clear the hot air out of the PC after shutdown) that you can disable, read the thread.
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I will try checking that box, does it actually stop the fan? That's scary!
I can turn all the chassis fans off with my fan controller, so I know the noise is coming from the cooler as its the only other fan running, oh just thought, my psu fan may be guilty?
It's a Coolermaster GX750. Never thought about that, can I change the fan inside that?
And I have a iPhone sound meter app for checking the volume, I know it's not 100% accurate but I also know I shouldn't be able to hear 20db without trying to.
post #568 of 6919
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Originally Posted by javaneze View Post

I do own an ax850 and a sabertooth z77 also.
The pics I showed you are not random google pics, they are mine, I took them this morning.
How about taking a picture of your cable and let's compare it to mine.
(there are two of those cables in the ax850 bundle if the one inside your case is troubling to photograph)
Isn't one 4pin with only "round" pins in your cable?
Sorry I didn't mean to sound accusatory I know the pics were yours, but was thinking maybe the cable came from somewhere else. At home I grind on my games all day with the little time I have, so I am only in the forums when I work (graveyards), so I can't post pics right now.

My 4 pins would work if I reversed them if that makes sense. Like if the locking clip is turned around to the other side it would work, but any other combination in which they would lock how they should will not. The 4 pin I have with the rounds has the 12 pin (4 empty) on the other side (which doesn't plug into the psu because there is no room).

Right now I have just the 4 pin plugged in with no problems running my machine, but I am still trying to find out if anyone has had problems with stability from their overclocks running just a 4 pin (anyone with a 850w psu, no matter the make, running a 4 pin can help input on this for me).
Edited by likethegun - 5/21/12 at 12:05am
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Originally Posted by Mati1983 View Post

Can somebody tell me how to overclock 2500K with SABERTOOTH Z77?
When I set CPU ratio to 45 and Voltage az 1.3 I'm having a blue screen and it's not working
Also it happended when i put 1.25 V and ratio 44 frown.gif
On my previous board P8P67 Deluxe it was working well with above settings.
I would like to set my 2500K to 4.5-4.6 Ghz but i don't know what to change on motherboard to get it work properly.
I don't know a lot about overclocking and a little help would be a appreciated
what do you mean by "ratio"? If you mean your multiplier, then what is your fsb? Every chip is going to be a bit different. You can't expect to nail it the first time, or even the second time (as it seems like your taking some pretty big leaps in your settings). Just mess with it till you get it right, and do some more forum surfing to make sure whatever your doing is correct. There are HUNDREDS of threads out there that explain everything.

I am not famililar with the 2500k, but from my understanding your vcore should be lower with that chip for the 4.5-4.6 range if your doing everything right. That seems to be about the norm for the 3570k though.
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Originally Posted by 9Thermal9 View Post

I am sorta concerned about only 850 PSU and Mushkin Enhanced Blackline 4GB (2 x 2GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1600 (PC3 12800) Desktop Memory Model 996744 (This is from my Gigabyte build)
I can't get the new build to boot. I tried booting from bare set up, too. This system is more difficult to put together than my Gigabyte build.
850w is MORE than plenty. I would try to check all your wiring. Doesn't seem like it should be difficult to get that set up and running. What does it do exactly when you try to boot?
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