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Using a havik 140 im still runing prime going to re post at 18 hours currently I'm at 80 on my highest core after 14 hours so I'm going to blame the heat on very high ambient temps, that why i turned on the ac.thumb.gif
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post #1632 of 3804
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Using a havik 140 im still runing prime going to re post at 18 hours currently I'm at 80 on my highest core after 14 hours so I'm going to blame the heat on very high ambient temps, that why i turned on the ac.thumb.gif

LOL. That'll do it. Re-post when finished. That cooler is a higher end air cooler and should perform pretty good.
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Hi guys,

I just moved from an old P35/Q6600 setup (mild OC to 3.4GHz) to a MSI Z77A-G45/i5-3570K retail (batch 32218119, Costa Rica) with TrueSpirit 120 cooler.

I read about half the thread here, and it looks like my chip is one of the worst! I could not get it WHEA stable at 44 Turbo at all, at least not up to 1.35V which is all I was willing to pump into it. Even at 4.3T I need 1.315V!

Luckily Amazon UK has a v. good returns policy (very unusual among UK sellers) so I'm waiting on a new chip tomorrow. I could've settled on 44T stable, but I'm not settling for 4.3T at that kind of voltage!

One Q, on the MSI board, it seems I cannot get a fixed multiplier, even with EIST / Turbo / C1e / Cstates disabled. And Win7 complains at boot about not being able to enable some CPU power saving features due to 'firmware problems' (I guess firmware=BIOS). Any ideas?
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Hi guys,
I just moved from an old P35/Q6600 setup (mild OC to 3.4GHz) to a MSI Z77A-G45/i5-3570K retail (batch 32218119, Costa Rica) with TrueSpirit 120 cooler.
I read about half the thread here, and it looks like my chip is one of the worst! I could not get it WHEA stable at 44 Turbo at all, at least not up to 1.35V which is all I was willing to pump into it. Even at 4.3T I need 1.315V!
Luckily Amazon UK has a v. good returns policy (very unusual among UK sellers) so I'm waiting on a new chip tomorrow. I could've settled on 44T stable, but I'm not settling for 4.3T at that kind of voltage!
One Q, on the MSI board, it seems I cannot get a fixed multiplier, even with EIST / Turbo / C1e / Cstates disabled. And Win7 complains at boot about not being able to enable some CPU power saving features due to 'firmware problems' (I guess firmware=BIOS). Any ideas?

Sorry about you getting a last finisher chip bro.

I have the exaxt same mobo/cpu combo as you and I am at 4.5ghz stable. (Refer to sig)

If you have read this thread, please refer to these:

Z77A-g45 OCN owners thread: http://www.overclock.net/t/1251630/official-msi-z77a-owners-discussion-information-support-thread-and-club-gd65-gd55-g45/290

OC template: http://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=159647.0

I believe these two links will help you a great deal. The first is the owners thread here. The second is a template for a Green OC utltizing Turbo to get you to 4.5ghz. thumb.gif
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If you have read this thread, please refer to these:
Z77A-g45 OCN owners thread: http://www.overclock.net/t/1251630/official-msi-z77a-owners-discussion-information-support-thread-and-club-gd65-gd55-g45/290
OC template: http://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=159647.0
I believe these two links will help you a great deal.

Thanks man, I think I stumbled & read some of the MSI owner's thread too (but will read some more). I pretty much figured it all out - but the chip just sucks. I wouldn't mind but it seems to suck especially bad smile.gif - has anyone reported a worse chip?

I hope it's not a trend with the recent batches - is Costa Rica known to be bad?
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Thanks man, I think I stumbled & read some of the MSI owner's thread too (but will read some more). I pretty much figured it all out - but the chip just sucks. I wouldn't mind but it seems to suck especially bad smile.gif - has anyone reported a worse chip?
I hope it's not a trend with the recent batches - is Costa Rica known to be bad?

My chip was from costa rica. Let us know what the new temps are on the new chip.

No problem either. Here to help.thumb.gif
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I posted over my old submission hit 17.5 hours, having the ac on drooped my temps by about 15 degrees hah, got to love the summer heat.
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I posted over my old submission hit 17.5 hours, having the ac on drooped my temps by about 15 degrees hah, got to love the summer heat.
here it is

LOL. You are gutsy with those temps. 96 C? I get scared when it hits 80 C. LOL. I am about to grow a pair though and turn up my ratio. biggrin.gif. "SCREW THE POWER BILL!!!"
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Ha yea with a closed room with no ac it gets rather toasty but normally its not bad.
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Ha yea with a closed room with no ac it gets rather toasty but normally its not bad.

I feel ya. I live in northern louisiana. Its been 100+ daily. Not good for temps. Come winter time though, the window is gonna be cracked and ratio up. haha
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