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post #1021 of 3170
Here to join the club smile.gif

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Running this board alongside the 3570k smile.gif

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post #1022 of 3170
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I'm looking to get the AsRock fatal1ty z77 professional, it'll cost me round 260 Australian dollars just looking for some reassurance to know I'm not going to be wasting my money, is it a solid board? Any really common issues?

I own a Fatal1ty z77 Pro and it's a great board. I did have some problems early but the new BIOS fixed them
post #1023 of 3170
Alright so I managed to get into my BIOS finally, it turns out it would let me get into BIOS if I used my old dell PS2 keyboard, but wouldn't work with my mechanical.

Anyone know how to make it work with my mechanical?
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post #1024 of 3170
Looks like my 4.5ghz OC is rock solid with the newest 1.80 bios update. And it seems like an offset of +0.030 on the vcore keeps my voltage at 1.216V during max load.
post #1025 of 3170
Add me to club please. Just got done upgrading my build with the Asrock Extreme9 and a 3770k. I like the board so far but still have a few kinks to work out with my 7970's. I've got it running at 4 Ghz now but will be shooting for 4.5 24/7.

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Hi,
I'm a new owner of a Asrock Z77E-ITX board and while things look good overall, the integrated Wifi has been a complete let down. Has anybody else expierenced poor Internet connection with the Wifi module? Any solution in sight?
(I can tell for sure it's not the Wifi network's fault as other devices work flawlessly)
Best,
Steve

I got the integrated Wifi to work on my board and it works pretty well. How did you setup the Broadcom software?
    
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post #1026 of 3170
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Add me to club please. Just got done upgrading my build with the Asrock Extreme9 and a 3770k. I like the board so far but still have a few kinks to work out with my 7970's. I've got it running at 4 Ghz now but will be shooting for 4.5 24/7.
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I got the integrated Wifi to work on my board and it works pretty well. How did you setup the Broadcom software?

How do I setup the Broadcom software?

My understanding was the LAN adapter is by Broadcom, the Wifi by Realtek. Now how do they relate to each other?

The LAN works fine by the way.

I'd appreciate if you elaborated a bit about how you went along setting up the Wifi nicely.
post #1027 of 3170
My order arrived:
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My order arrived:

fantastic set of the little enclosure, upload your photos made ​​me very curious about how they look

I use a translator: P
post #1029 of 3170

Aim for 4.4-4.5 GHz with Ivy Bridge
I suggest doing overclocks with C3/C6 enabled. And then on one core you can reach 4.8 GHz without crazy temps

I have 4.6 GHz on one core --- 4.3GHz on all 4
I have a perfect 1.3v-1.325v

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So I take it that the new 1.8 bios is good and stable? I'm about to order an ASrock Extreme4 for my i5 3570k biggrin.gif
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