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post #861 of 1288
seriously can nobody link me to the original source? I still can't find it on the intel website.
post #862 of 1288
Is there a way to fix the Intel SATA utility crashing after installing and plugging in drives into the Asmedia ports?
Also which Asmedia driver is better, 1.3.4 or 1.3.8?
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I wouldn't say that, I think my voltage is about yours for 4.4 clock. Once you go for 4.5 and higher clock voltages seem to increase largely. smile.gif
Are you using the latest BIOS release? I've been so lazy, still at 1406 running 4.5 @ 1.2v Apparently the latest release you can clock higher with less volts.

I'm on the 16xx release and I found going from the 15xx and previous to the 16xx and above makes it so I need less voltage for my OC.

You might want to try it. thumb.gif

I would move to the 17xx relese, but my PC is just SO DAMN stable I don't want to touch it. biggrin.gif
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I'm on the 16xx release and I found going from the 15xx and previous to the 16xx and above makes it so I need less voltage for my OC.
You might want to try it. thumb.gif
I would move to the 17xx relese, but my PC is just SO DAMN stable I don't want to touch it. biggrin.gif

Now I'm unsure, I'm on 1206 which had been crap, but do I go for 16xx or straight to 17xx? With 3 kids etc I have far less time to tinker, so any advice would be greatly appreciated!!
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Now I'm unsure, I'm on 1206 which had been crap, but do I go for 16xx or straight to 17xx? With 3 kids etc I have far less time to tinker, so any advice would be greatly appreciated!!

Oh yeah for sure, if the 17xx was out when I updated I would haave gone for the lates absolutely. I just updated when 16xx came out and its so good I don't want to fidle with anything anymore so I am going to stop updating my BIOS now until I ever need to. This BOIS for me is perfect, but having the latest is usually the best idea whenever you go to update.

You'll notice a huge difference from the 12xx BIOS all the way to 17xx. Everything will be better in every way possible. thumb.gif

You are on one OLD BIOS version, hahaha. tongue.gif
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Guys, I got a bit of a problem here...

I'm building a budget rig for xmas to a friend and the hardware is as follows:

Mobo:
Asus P8Z77-V LK

CPU:
Core i5 2500K

Memos:
2x Corsair Vengeance CMZ4GX3M1A1600C9 4GB 1600MHZ

PSU:
Corsair CMPSU-700G

GPU:
XFX Radeon 7770 CORE Edition

HD:
Western Digital 1TB WD10EARS 64MB SATA II

The problem is that I've set up everything in the Raidmax case I got him, but the system simply won't boot!
I tried booting only with the cpu, one ram stick and PSU plugged, tried swapping the ram position, tried another ram stick in it: It booted with a HyperX 1800mhz 2gig I got here, but then it rebooted by itself when I was dabbling in the BIOS and then no POST. There is no beep, no error message, no Asus splash screen, the only life sign is the green chassis power LED that stays lit and the memOK led that keeps blinking slowly.

I'm thinking about RMA-ing the mobo, but I don't really know what to do. I'll try flashing the BIOS first, but that IF I can get it to do that. Otherwise, I'll have to RMA it.

Any ideas, experiences with similar mobos, etc? Anything would be VERY helpfull.
post #867 of 1288
^Have you got all the right power cables in?
If so - then I have no idea myself.
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I got it to work after booting it with a HyperX memo and flashing the BIOS. Looks like the stock BIOS has a VERY limited compability.
It's running GREAT now, so I think that the only thing needed was a bios update...
Thanks for the help anyway guys, I might post some photos of the budget rig sometime XD
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Hey guys can someone tell me what I am missing outlined in RED it's for a ASUS P8Z77-I DELUXE Z77
Thanks

    
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Hey guys can someone tell me what I am missing outlined in RED it's for a ASUS P8Z77-I DELUXE Z77
Thanks
have you installed all the network controller drivers for your respective motherboard?

If so - not sure.
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