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So guys, which drivers are you using with W10? I'm going to install W10, but the LAN,USB, stable Chipset and Intel SATA drivers are still missing..
Can anyone help? Thanks smile.gif
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Windows 10 users...any of you have issues with the ntoskrnl.exe consuming memory? I've read that there has been a memory leak and I've tried the suggestions listed here http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/windows-10-how-fix-system-ntoskrnl-exe-memory-leak-high-cpu-usage-1514316 with no real luck. It'll just grow and grow consuming a gb or more at times, until I restart.

I'm leaning towards the network drivers of the z77 sabertooth board though. It's the only one I can't really account for and I'm having issues with resolving DNS from my router as well, after upgrading from Windows 7. I'm currently using the standard Windows driver for reference. I'm just curious if anyone else is experiencing this with this mobo? Thanks.
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I'm leaning towards the network drivers of the z77 sabertooth board though. It's the only one I can't really account for and I'm having issues with resolving DNS from my router as well, after upgrading from Windows 7. I'm currently using the standard Windows driver for reference. I'm just curious if anyone else is experiencing this with this mobo? Thanks.

I can't help with the ntoskernel growth issue, but the DNS issues I also had. I got the network driver from Intel' website from Nov5th and the issue seems to have abated.

https://downloadcenter.intel.com/product/47549/Intel-82579-Gigabit-Ethernet-Controller
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Can anyone tell me the CMOS battery type? I need to change it as my BIOS keeps resetting.

Thanks
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Can anyone tell me the CMOS battery type? I need to change it as my BIOS keeps resetting.

Thanks

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Great! Thanks.
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i bought some Ballistix Tactical Tracer (the one with the fans lights) rated for 1866 | 9-9-9-27 @ 1.5v. i used the XMP profile setting and it automatically detected everything as should, but i can't get these to run at their intended speed without my PC going into an on | off loop. they will run perfectly fine @ 1600, boot to the desktop @ 1800 and then continue to do the on | off loop when i either restart or shut down the PC. mellowsmiley.gif
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I have the same Ram and I set the speed manually with no problems. maybe try that over the XMP Profile.
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i did it manual too and not go, so i started taking out and putting sticks into different slots.

slots 1 and 3 run fine at xmp
slots 1, 2, 3 run fine at xmp
slots 1, 2, 3, 4 will not post

took the stick out of slot 4 and put it in slot 2: posts just fine
slots 1, 2, and 4 post just fine.
slots 1, 3, and 4 post just fine.

it seems that if i add a 4th stick, it will not post, but it'll post just fine with 3 sticks installed. all the ram slots work fine and all the memory sticks are fine.
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i did it manual too and not go, so i started taking out and putting sticks into different slots.

slots 1 and 3 run fine at xmp
slots 1, 2, 3 run fine at xmp
slots 1, 2, 3, 4 will not post

took the stick out of slot 4 and put it in slot 2: posts just fine
slots 1, 2, and 4 post just fine.
slots 1, 3, and 4 post just fine.

it seems that if i add a 4th stick, it will not post, but it'll post just fine with 3 sticks installed. all the ram slots work fine and all the memory sticks are fine.
Came here for a different reason, I have Gskill 2400Mhz running at 2200Mhz (now 1600..will get to why in a bit) I had to up my VSSCA voltage a tad.
I followed the written guide of this, but obviously 2200Mhz after finding out my i5-3570k was incapable of running 2400 no mater what.
http://rog.asus.com/305032014/overclocking/video-guide-how-to-overclock-to-2800mhz-ddr3-with-a-maximus-vi-motherboard/
hope this helps.
I looked up your sticks are you aiming for 8GBx4 or 8GBx2 ? from my findings, getting Oc'd 8GBx4 is like winning the silicone lottery. its all about the luck in the batch you get. Also people on i7s seem to be able to just run the XMP with no further modifications, it seems the IMC on i5 is crap compared to the ones in the i7s BUT, I'm talking 2400, it seems 1866-2133 is doable on i5s with minor bios tweaks.

Onto why I'm here.
Can anyone thats OC'd their i5-3570K on this mobo report if they got Whea Errors after 12hrs of no errors in Prime95?
trying to rule out what it can be. from some google hits people on non-Asus Z77 mobos have less cases of WHEA errors.
Currently testing 4.5GHZ @ 1.4v !! feels a bit overkill for 45x Prime runs fine, very hot, near 92c, only started for 5mins and stopped dont like the temp, my Whea errors seem more connected to Idle. So I've left my PC at Idle while im (here) at work.
think I should post bios screenshots for more aid when I get back.

(Im using offset, no I would not risk leaving it at 1.4v unattended, haha. offset +0.095 !)
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