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post #1021 of 1288
Hiya,

Well I was all set to go and get a Gigabyte Z77-d3h mobo tomorrow until they went out of stock!!!!!!!mad.gif so from the short list of available boards I can get is the ASUS P8Z77-V LX or ASUS P8Z77-V LX2 any good for overclocking a 3570K or should I wait for the Gigabyte to come back in stock (as everyone seems to love that board)?

Thanks
post #1022 of 1288
I don't like asus so my vote would go to the the MSI M power or the Gigabyte one you had listed.
post #1023 of 1288

does anyone know when there will be an update to the fan xpert? i had the prob where my frequency was always at max but everything else was normal

 

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post #1024 of 1288
Mouse/Mice owners club?
so that is everyone?
Or are you talking about the freak your sister out kind of mice?
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post #1025 of 1288

its a computer mouse club, not like the ones those are intended for

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post #1026 of 1288
I tried two P8Z77-I Deluxe, both with factory bios 0607 ..

both updating the bios have a problem with the bluethoot controller ..

after update, even if the BT controller is switched off from bios, windows continues to detect it .. with all bios after 0607 ..
if downgrade to 0607, instead everything works normally .. that is, when the controller is disabled in the bios, windows does not detect it.


I spoke of this problem, in this thread, in this post :

http://www.overclock.net/t/1248928/asus-z77-series-information-thread-drivers-bioses-overclocking-reviews-updated-1-14/910#post_18968998

http://www.overclock.net/t/1248928/asus-z77-series-information-thread-drivers-bioses-overclocking-reviews-updated-1-14/910#post_18969913

http://www.overclock.net/t/1248928/asus-z77-series-information-thread-drivers-bioses-overclocking-reviews-updated-1-14/920#post_18973623


someone else with the P8Z77-I DELUXE (perhaps with factory bios 0607) has noticed this?

I begin to think that it is a problem for all P8Z77-I DELUXE with factory bios 0607
post #1027 of 1288
How do I lower the threshold of my cpu fan warning so I don't have to log in to the BIOS every single time I start up the machine?

should probably add that I have the p8z77-v pro board
post #1028 of 1288
Quote:
Originally Posted by claudekennilol View Post

How do I lower the threshold of my cpu fan warning so I don't have to log in to the BIOS every single time I start up the machine?

should probably add that I have the p8z77-v pro board
go to monitoring tab/section of bios. there is a low rpm warning threshold value 500, 600 ,700 etc .

you can also set your CPU fan low duty cycle % (hence raising the low rpm speed ) .
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post #1029 of 1288
Question about stripe size for Raid 0.
2 Vertex 3 Max IOPS 120gb
64k or 128k ??? Or smaller.

Not a gamer just everyday usage.
I've been doing alot of reading on the web about the subject & I'm thinking 64k..

Please voice your opinion , I would like to see what you think.

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post #1030 of 1288
Stick with 128k, honestly if there was a stripe of 512k I'd recommend that also.
No need to go lower.
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