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Anyone know where to get intel chipset/sata drivers that will install under Windows 8 RP?
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I just purchased the P8Z77-V motherboard. I am going to be using a 3570k when it arrives on Monday.

Since I haven't overclocked on a Intel motherboard for sometime now.

I was wondering if someone could help me out a little and help me cheat a little on my overclock and give me their settings for a close to stable overclock.

I know every chip is different, but I'm just looking for settings that will get me close to a 4.4-4.5ghz OC. I can fine tune the settings if my chip is different.

For cooling I have a Noctua nh-d14 which I'm using MX-4 paste.
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Are these betas? I'm hesitant to install any RST driver (or any driver) from "Station Drivers", I'd rather get it straight from Intel or whatever the vendor is.

thanks and yes if these are for ssd raid trim support i wouldn't install these since there betas
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Originally Posted by Rumilsurion View Post

I just purchased the P8Z77-V motherboard. I am going to be using a 3570k when it arrives on Monday.
Since I haven't overclocked on a Intel motherboard for sometime now.
I was wondering if someone could help me out a little and help me cheat a little on my overclock and give me their settings for a close to stable overclock.
I know every chip is different, but I'm just looking for settings that will get me close to a 4.4-4.5ghz OC. I can fine tune the settings if my chip is different.
For cooling I have a Noctua nh-d14 which I'm using MX-4 paste.

My stable settings on this motherboard below, most important is of course Vcore and DIGI+ settings

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Originally Posted by Rumilsurion View Post

I just purchased the P8Z77-V motherboard. I am going to be using a 3570k when it arrives on Monday.
Since I haven't overclocked on a Intel motherboard for sometime now.
I was wondering if someone could help me out a little and help me cheat a little on my overclock and give me their settings for a close to stable overclock.
I know every chip is different, but I'm just looking for settings that will get me close to a 4.4-4.5ghz OC. I can fine tune the settings if my chip is different.
For cooling I have a Noctua nh-d14 which I'm using MX-4 paste.

I have the V-Pro, 3770K and NH-D14. My settings are all auto except:

OC mode: XMP (sets memory)
Ratio: 45
Vcore: offset mode +0.03V
LLC: Medium (25%)

Gives me 4.5GHz @ 1.192V 100% load, 0.960V 1.6GHz idle. Temps mid 70's on each core.
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Finally got my new I5 3570k and asus P8Z77-V motherboard installed and running. Now just doing the long window 7 updates.
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Finally got my new I5 3570k and asus P8Z77-V motherboard installed and running. Now just doing the long window 7 updates.

FYI, you can integrate them with Win Toolkit (a.k.a. Windows 7 Toolkit). So next time you reinstall Windows, you won't have to wait hours to download and install them. There are other compiled programs that have them all integrated so all you have to do is run it, e.g. McRip Windows 7 Update Pack.
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You can also just download the latest Win7 release disk. This also makes it immensley easier to perform system repairs.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1156654/seans-windows-7-install-optimization-guide-for-ssds-hdds#
Scroll down a small way till you see the ISO links.
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You can also just download the latest Win7 release disk. This also makes it immensley easier to perform system repairs.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1156654/seans-windows-7-install-optimization-guide-for-ssds-hdds#
Scroll down a small way till you see the ISO links.

Good to know, thanks for posting this... took forever to install from my original retail disc when I built my new system earlier in May.

SimpleTech: any idea what the new Intel USB3 drivers fix? Intel doesn't seem to post change logs, at least for that driver. Thanks for keeping OP updated, very useful tool, better than Asus' own website IMO. thumb.gif
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SimpleTech: any idea what the new Intel USB3 drivers fix? Intel doesn't seem to post change logs, at least for that driver. Thanks for keeping OP updated, very useful tool, better than Asus' own website IMO. thumb.gif

None that I could find. frown.gif And you're very welcome. thumb.gif
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