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You have to make sure that u disconnect your HDD and connect your SSD in the right port.
It must be in SATA3.0, when u dont (like me) u get this kind of problems.
Then u install windows and connect the hdd.

Haven't done my install yet, but what you're saying is have only the SSD plugged in when you do the install and add/activate the HDD later through windows?
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You have to make sure that u disconnect your HDD and connect your SSD in the right port.
It must be in SATA3.0, when u dont (like me) u get this kind of problems.
Then u install windows and connect the hdd.

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Ok, the problem is fixed. I did a CMOS reset and everything was fine. Still don't understand how it fixed it, while restoring BIOS to defaults did not help. But hey, I can't really complain right now biggrin.gif
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Here to join the club aswell - Sorry about the Reference 670 and CPU block/pump, did not snap a picture before these were installed. Still waiting for the Heatkiller waterblock and backplate for the Reference GTX 670 ... Zzzzz

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Hey

Z77 itx e here as well, and have a small question on boot up.

I have never seen this before on any motherboards I have ever had, but it seems to be rebooting 3x on power on.

I press power, fan spins up, beeps, stops, spins up, beeps, stops, spins up and boots in to splash screen. It does this everytime it boots up.
This is everyfan in the system, CPU, GPU, and PSU fans.

Everything is stock, no OC, everything in BIOS is left on default settings.

Is this normal ?

Just curious

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No, should i update the firmware first, i dont really have a working pc right now.
What do you mean with harddrive settings? And yes I set the driver to ssd.Sorry, z77 extreme4

Under advanced settings, go to storage settings verify it is correct.
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Hey guys.. I have a Asrock Z77 related question.. I made a thread about it.. but realized maybe you guys can help.
I built the computer for a friend and the first motherboard Asrock Z77 Pro4 motherboard had a faulty ram slot, which made me look like a putz and I had to take it home to return the board and get a new one..
So I put it all together with the board... Install all the drivers, optimizations of the ssd.. OC and prime it for 12hrs.. Thing is running mint. I give it to my friend a couple days ago and he called me up asking why the mouse and keyboard keep turning off. From the phone conversation I had with him it seems like he will get up and come back acouple minutes later and he wont get a response from the kb or mouse and the lights on them will be off and he needs to replug them in to work again.
He has a razor mouse and keyboard and said he had to plug the board in twice and the mouse in once..
I dont think I messed with anything that would afffect it.. However I am unaware of Asrock board.. I am an Asus kinda guy and if they werent so expensive I would included it in his build..
Anyone have any suggestions.. I hope its not a faulty board.. AGAIN
2 things to check. Make sure they are in the intel usb ports and the next thing would be disabling c power states when overclocking.
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I tried lowering VTT(only tried .955 and .99x though), and was getting BSOD at boot / after a few minutes of prime. I will give your number there a go. I am still on 1.40 bios version, so I will upgrade today when I get a chance.
You seem to have changed a lot of settings since I last tested with your BIOS config. Whats your vcore in volts under load ? I am running +0.030v which puts my voltage around 1.28v (LLC Level 2) running 4.5ghz. Seems really high in comparison to be at +0.060 level 1 for a 100mhz bump (unless offsets get calculated differently for everyone?). Also, I am running with speedstep and C1E enabled so might need to play around with that too. Lastly what exactly does CPU throttling do ? Is it just lowering the multi when you get to the 100+ degrees ?

CPU throttling lowers the clock speed and the multiplier along with voltage while your computer is sitting idle. I do not recommend using c1e or any c states when overclocking. I believe some are under the wrong impression with LLC. The only function it does is prevent/remove vdroop. I may be able to go lower in volts since the new bios but I have not checked. Every chip is different keep that in mind. Speedstep can lead to instability fyi.
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the new bios seems to help with overclocking. Before I had 4.4ghz with 1.21 volts now i got it stable at 1.16.
temps peaked at right around 65c priming, which I was pretty pumped about. ambient was about 25c
what have you guys done to help idle/internet browsing stability? I had it at 1.155 a few minutes ago and crashed browsing but it ran a few hours of prime last night with those volts. I just upped the voltage a bit but if there is something else that might help I would try that.

Disable speedstep.
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Hey
Z77 itx e here as well, and have a small question on boot up.
I have never seen this before on any motherboards I have ever had, but it seems to be rebooting 3x on power on.
I press power, fan spins up, beeps, stops, spins up, beeps, stops, spins up and boots in to splash screen. It does this everytime it boots up.
This is everyfan in the system, CPU, GPU, and PSU fans.
Everything is stock, no OC, everything in BIOS is left on default settings.
Is this normal ?
Just curious
Jay

My first guess would be some settings arent correct in the bios because it is failing to boot up and the safeboot asrock thing is preventing it from damaging anything.
Another thing to check is how good your power is at the outlet its plugged into. Use a 5 dollar volt meter and see how much it fluctuates.
I would definitely investigate the bios settings first though.
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Disable speedstep.

thanks for replying man, I will give it a shot

edit: update, tried to play a few games and kept getting blue screens, I ended up bumping the volts up a few times and its at 1.18 now which still isn't bad

will speedstep help that at all, sort of mid-load level stability?
Edited by .theMetal - 7/5/12 at 9:02am
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thanks for replying man, I will give it a shot
edit: update, tried to play a few games and kept getting blue screens, I ended up bumping the volts up a few times and its at 1.18 now which still isn't bad
will speedstep help that at all, sort of mid-load level stability?

Speed step throttles voltage and speed. It means your not always running at a steady voltage and speed. If you feel like you have 100% confidence in the reaction time of it and you think that changing voltage like that is good for the processor than go for it. It comes down to personal preference.

I swear against speedstep for two reasons. Varying voltage cannot be good for it and the other reason being I am water cooled so there is no point in throttling the cpu.

Even on my q9550 which is in my fiance's computer now, I do not throttle it.
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Speed step throttles voltage and speed. It means your not always running at a steady voltage and speed. If you feel like you have 100% confidence in the reaction time of it and you think that changing voltage like that is good for the processor than go for it. It comes down to personal preference.
I swear against speedstep for two reasons. Varying voltage cannot be good for it and the other reason being I am water cooled so there is no point in throttling the cpu.
Even on my q9550 which is in my fiance's computer now, I do not throttle it.

awesome when I get home I will disable it and set it back down to 1.16 and see if I get those d3 blues creens again and bump voltage from there if required. They were pretty low level bsod's cause I was just browsing the auction house.

I'm still pumped its taking so little volts for 4.4ghz. cant wait till winter to aim for 4.8+. I cranked the ac and got the ambient down to about 75f in my house and was able to get a stable 4.7 with reasonable temps it maxed out at around 85c, but in the winter when its 0f outside, I can open up the sliding door (which is right next to my machine) and get some serious cold air through it.
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