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I am in need of help, with my ASUS P8Z77-V Deluxe board ver 1.02. I know overclocking is not a guaranty of being able to always overclock.

However I have a i7 2600K CPU and this board P8Z77-V. I did have a ASUS P8Z68 Gen3 Deluxe motherboard with this chip, and was able to run it at 4.5Mhz without any issues.

I upgrade to the new P8Z77-V Deluxe, and it seems, I have had nothing but issues. I updated to the latest bios 1805. I am trying to get to 4.4Mhz or 4.5Mhz, but for some reason when I try to set the Core Ratio Limit to 44 or 45. The system continually sets back to 4.3Mhz., and this seems to do this, no matter what setting I set in the bios.

If I let the bios do OC tune, it will set the BCL/PEG Freq to 103.2 and the Core ratio to 43 everytime. But if I set the BCLK/Peg Freq to 100.00 and the Core Ratio to 44 or 45, it will set the core back to 43. This is adjusting the voltage from 1.25 to 1.35

I was wondering if anyone else has run across this, and/or have any Idea’s. My system setup is listed.

If any further information is need please ask. Thank You in advance.


p.s. I do have these setting, if this helps:

CPU Spread Spec -- Disable
BCLK Recovery -- Enable
CPU C1E -- Auto
CPU C3 Report -- Auto
CPU C6 -- Enable
Package C State -- Auto
    
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Originally Posted by mkimbro View Post

I am in need of help, with my ASUS P8Z77-V Deluxe board ver 1.02. I know overclocking is not a guaranty of being able to always overclock.

However I have a i7 2600K CPU and this board P8Z77-V. I did have a ASUS P8Z68 Gen3 Deluxe motherboard with this chip, and was able to run it at 4.5Mhz without any issues.

I upgrade to the new P8Z77-V Deluxe, and it seems, I have had nothing but issues. I updated to the latest bios 1805. I am trying to get to 4.4Mhz or 4.5Mhz, but for some reason when I try to set the Core Ratio Limit to 44 or 45. The system continually sets back to 4.3Mhz., and this seems to do this, no matter what setting I set in the bios.

If I let the bios do OC tune, it will set the BCL/PEG Freq to 103.2 and the Core ratio to 43 everytime. But if I set the BCLK/Peg Freq to 100.00 and the Core Ratio to 44 or 45, it will set the core back to 43. This is adjusting the voltage from 1.25 to 1.35

I was wondering if anyone else has run across this, and/or have any Idea’s. My system setup is listed.

If any further information is need please ask. Thank You in advance.


p.s. I do have these setting, if this helps:

CPU Spread Spec -- Disable
BCLK Recovery -- Enable
CPU C1E -- Auto
CPU C3 Report -- Auto
CPU C6 -- Enable
Package C State -- Auto

Try disabling c3, c6, and blk recovery.
Some other have had this issue, and it was down to the bios revision - if you downgrade/upgrade your bios, you might not face these issues
post #953 of 1288
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Originally Posted by error-id10t View Post

All I could suggest is running sfc /scannow to see if it finds any problems.

Seems there are plenty of links

http://www.google.com.au/search?q=windows+explorer+crashes&sourceid=ie7&rls=com.microsoft:en-GB:IE-Address&ie=&oe=&redir_esc=&ei=VNL5UI3rNcjMsgas3IDYDA

of which one shows this

http://news.softpedia.com/news/Fix-Windows-7-SP1-Windows-Explorer-Crashes-197163.shtml

Thank you. That's a wealth of information that I hadn't come across before. Ran sfc /scannow and already discovered corrupt files that it auto-fixed. Now trying a few troubleshooting steps from the google links you posted. For some reason, I have it in my head that it's a dodgy context menu item or items that's the culprit so I'm using Sysinternals Autoruns program to systematically eliminate items. Hope this works because I've been chasing my tail for months trying to find a solution. We'll see.
post #954 of 1288
I changed my FSB from 47 (4.7ghz) to 45, saved and restarted, but HWiNFO is still reporting 4.7ghz at full load, but in the bios everything is showing 45, is anyone else with my board experiencing this bug?
post #955 of 1288
Any chance you're running the old BIOS 17xx, that had some weirdness in it. The latest 1805 appears stable and for me has removed a similar problem you're seeing (which another person reported on my board too).
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Originally Posted by error-id10t View Post

Any chance you're running the old BIOS 17xx, that had some weirdness in it. The latest 1805 appears stable and for me has removed a similar problem you're seeing (which another person reported on my board too).

I flashed to the latest when I got my board, and then I flashed the newer update that came out within the past 2~ or so weeks(?)


I've done multiple power downs / remove cmos / let caps discharge / hit the reset bios button on the back of the motherboard, but I still get this bug every time.

I actually just did ALL of that, then I went into the bios and it was all reset, but my overclock Profiles were still there(how do I erase them?) and so I setup my 4.5ghz overclock again, rebooted, tried turning off my pc, but nope, it wasn't having it, it was just acting as if I had not set the FSB as 45. I tried saving on different parts of the menu, changing options back and forth and saving to "trigger" a REAL save, but nothing. Then I repeated the whole process, and now it magically works and I'm at 4.5Ghz. I really don't know what is going on.
post #957 of 1288
Anoyne have the latest Asus P8Z77-V DELUXE BIOS 1805 modded with the latest Intel RAID OROM ???
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Have another questions. Hope I didn’t miss it, in another forum question.
I have two Raid 0 setups on this ASUS P8Z77-V Deluxe motherboard with two single SATA hard drives, i.e. example.

2- Corsair Force GS 180GB, in Raid-0 / Intel SATA 6.0GB (1,2 connection)
2- Corsair Force GT 120GB, in Raid-0 / Intel SATA 3.0GB (1,2 connection)
1-Plextor BDDVDR Optical / Intel SATA 3.0 GB (3,4 connection)
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1-WD 300GB Raptor / Marvell SATA 6.0GB (2 connection)
1 - Hotswap SATA connection / External SATA (1, Connection from the back)

Should you have the Rapid Start Technology – Enabled, or should this setting be left disabled in the Bios. Bios 1805
Help on this would be appreciated.

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I know it doesn't work on my system. You can enable it but then when you install the SW it complains it cannot be installed (this is from ASUS download site). It's meant to work with Win8 so assume it's because I'm using GPT/EFI.

I'd love for sleep to be faster as at the moment it almost takes as long to wake up as it takes to reboot the computer.
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